An Egyptian actor Monday called for the killing of Jews on his Twitter account, which has more than 800,000 followers.
“Now let’s kill some Jews,” Hesham Mansour said.
Mansour, who has a verified Twitter account, was an actor in the 2016 film “A lie for ever day.”
But this was not the first time Mansour used the social media giant to disparage Jews. He has made multiple similar comments over the past few days. Earlier today, he accused Jews of participating in satanic rape rituals.
“Refer the Da Vinci code movie, the satanic rape scene underground, under the star of David, to know what jews do to women. All women,” he said.
“Watch me torture jews, when the time comes. And watch the whole world watch in silence,” he said Saturday.
“They allowed the devil to be in human form. Plenty. Thats basically what jews did, the root of their deal with the devil,” he also said today.
“All negativity in the world, caused by jews. All terrorism in the world, caused by jews. All depression, darkness, also jews. They stole all the positive energy! And as of 2019, it has begun returning to its rightful owners,” he said in late June.
Mansour’s anti-Semitic Twitter record continues. He is almost certainly in violation of Twitter’s terms of service, but the organization has yet to act in censoring his account.
Conservatives, on the other hand, including Laura Loomer, Alex Jones, Gavin McInnes, and Milo Yiannopoulos, have been banned for allegedly violating vague terms of service against “hate speech.”
As previously reported in this site, Loomer was permanently banned from Twitter in November of last year.
“Why are Twitter and Facebook silencing Jews?” she said. “Put simply, Twitter is funded by Saudi Arabia and thus their terms of service policies are pro-Sharia and anti-First Amendment. This is why Twitter keeps banning conservatives, Jews, and Christians. It is worth noting that Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal owns more Twitter stock than Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. The Saudi billionaire doubled his stake in Twitter in 2015.“
The official explanation for Loomer’s ban was a violation of Twitter’s terms of service. In reality, she as booted from the site for criticizing Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), who has made explicitly anti-Semitic comments throughout her tenure in Congress, for which she has been engulfed in controversy.
“My tweet was not hateful, and it didn’t violate the Twitter terms of service, but Twitter deemed my pro-Jewish tweet condemning Jew hatred to be a form of “hate speech”, and as a result, my account of nearly 265,000 followers was banned, forever,” Loomer said.
In response, Loomer protested Twitter by handcuffing herself to the company’s New York City headquarters.
“While handcuffed, I wore a yellow Juden star, identical to those worn by Jews in the time leading up to the Holocaust,” she said. “Just like the Nazis made lists of political dissidents who they marked and banned with yellow stars, Twitter, Facebook, and Google are modern day techno-fascists in the way they are silencing Conservatives, Jews, and Christians who dare speak truth about Islam, terrorism, and Jew hatred.”
Twitter often displays its hypocrisy by banning those who criticize radical Islam, while platforming Jew-hating radical Islamists.
“[R]abid Jew-hating Muslim activist Linda Sarsour who has used her Twitter to attack Jews and promote Sharia is still active and verified on both platforms,” Loomer reported. “Yes, the woman who has praised HAMAS, argued that ‘Jews should not be humanized,’ and whose mentor, Siraj Wahhaj, is a co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing has not been silenced.It is worth noting that Sarsour has never once been suspended for her actual hateful comments against Jews and Israel. Neither has her mentor Siraj Wahhaj. He is still allowed on Twitter. And yes, so is her other mentor, Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam who recently tweeted, ‘I’m not an anti-Semite. I’m anti-termite.'”
In April, Loomer sued Twitter and CAIR.
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