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Roseanne Barr calls Natalie Portman ‘repulsive’ for Israel award snub: ‘It was really sickening’

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Jewicidal Natalie Portman continues to shame her people. Anti-Jew Jews. These traitors have plagued the Jewish people from time immemorial. Here she trivializes the unfathomable slaughter of Nazi Germany.

She has become rather notorious for this kind of self-hatred. When she refused to accept the Genesis Prize, her statements bordered on anti-Semitism. The Genesis Prize is given annually to a Jewish recipient who serves “as an inspiration to the next generation of Jews through their outstanding professional achievement along with their commitment to Jewish values and the Jewish people.” It was accompanied by a $2 million cash award that recipients may direct to charities of their choice.

The Jews are their own worst enemy.

“Roseanne Barr calls Natalie Portman ‘repulsive’ for Israel award snub: ‘It was really sickening,'” by Paulina Dedaj, Fox News, January 20, 2019 (thanks to Mark):

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Roseanne Barr slammed actress Natalie Portman in a recent interview, calling her “repulsive” for refusing to attend an award ceremony in her honor because she didn’t want to appear to endorse the Israeli prime minister.

Speaking to Israel Hayom, an Israeli national newspaper, the comedian criticized Portman over her action. Last year, the “Black Swan” star declined to accept the Genesis Prize because she “did not want to appear as endorsing” Benjamin Netanyahu, who was attending the event, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“I am not part of the BDS movement and do not endorse it,” she said, last year in The Times of Israel, referring to a Palestinian-led global movement of boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel. “Like many Israelis and Jews around the world, I can be critical of the leadership in Israel without wanting to boycott the entire nation. I treasure my Israeli friends and family, Israeli food, books, art, cinema, and dance.”

The award, commonly referred to as the “Jewish Nobel” prize, is given every year to an individual in recognition of his or her philanthropy and commitment to combating anti-Semitism.

“It was really sickening, I find her repulsive,” Barr said of Portman, who was born in Jerusalem. “She was raised in incredible privilege of safety in the Jewish state and knows nothing about anti-Semitism.”

Barr went on to describe the Oscar-winning actress as a “darling of the left” who “grew up in safety and privilege.”

Portman’s decision last year sparked an angry backlash from some Israeli politicians, with others warning that her move was a distressing sign of eroding support for Israel among young American Jews….

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