This is who Bernie Sanders brings into his campaign as a surrogate. Someone who warns against humanizing Israelis. These are just the kind of people who Bernie Sanders would bring into his cabinet should he be elected president. Yet AIPAC is too gutless to attack Bernie Sanders out of fear of the backlash from the Democrat Party and the Left. Total madness. Shame on AIPAC. The U.S-Israel relationship will not survive a Bernie Sanders presidency.
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Mehdi Hasan nods along as Linda Sarsour warns against "humanizing" Israelis. The dehumanization of opponents is a bright red flag for anyone knowledgeable on extremism and fascism. pic.twitter.com/djZf2p1myi
— Stephen Knight (@GSpellchecker) February 11, 2020
Linda Sarsour Uses Nazi Tactic to Dehumanize Israelis
By Clarion Project, February 16, 2020:
As noted in the tweet, British journalist Mehdi Hasan “nods along as Linda Sarsour warns against ‘humanizing’ Israelis.”
In addition, the tweeter, Stephen Knight, rightly comments, “The dehumanization of opponents is a bright red flag for anyone knowledgeable on extremism and fascism.”
Dehumanization was a classic Nazi tactic used during World War II to turn the German people against the Jews, who were referred to as rats and vermin.
Psychologists warn that the first step in mass murder is to dehumanize the victim. In a talk titled “’Less Than Human’: The Psychology of Cruelty,” David Livingstone Smith, co-founder and director of the Institute for Cognitive Science and Evolutionary Psychology at the University of New England, notes,
“[For the Nazis, Jews] were untermenschen — subhumans — and as such were excluded from the system of moral rights and obligations that bind humankind together. It’s wrong to kill a person, but permissible to exterminate a rat.”
Sarsour’s comments came just before the United Nations published a blacklist of Israeli businesses that operate in Jewish areas located beyond the 1967 lines in east Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Golan Heights.
As The Jerusalem Post noted, “Israel is the only country against which such a list has been complied of businesses suspected [of] breaking international law.”
There are close to 100 land disputes worldwide that have not been subject to a similar blacklist, which means that the UN action falls under the classic definition of anti-Semitism, i.e. treating Jews or Israel with different standards than other people or countries in the world.
This is the main reason why the U.S., as well many other countries have deemed the Boycott, Divest and Sanction (BDS) movement against Israel anti-Semitic at its core. Sarsour is a huge proponent of the BDS movement.
After a year-long legal investigation by the U.S. State Department, in November 2019, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced, “The establishment of Israeli civilian settlements in the West Bank is not, per se, inconsistent with international law.”
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