A New Low in Antisemitism Purposed Disinformation™ – You are “Antisemitic” if you Support Palestinian Human Rights | Jewish Leader calls for Arsenal Player to be Suspended by FA for saying my “heart”, “soul” and “support” for Palestine.

The new Antisemitism Purposed Disinformation™ means that if you simply support Palestinian freedom and their struggle for the same human rights that westerners are guaranteed, you are Antisemitic. 

A new low in Antisemitism Purposed Disinformation™ has been reached. A new and false definition for Antisemitism has been created with little or no effort being made by responsible leaders or mainstream media to call it out and educate the public on what is a factually antisemitic, and what is not.

A call to suspend Egypt and Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny by the FA, and Arsenal sponsors to act, was made by Tal Ofer, a supposed ‘Jewish leader’, after Elneny posted a pro Palestine message to his 5  million followers where he expressed his “heart”, “soul” and “support” for Palestine.

Ofer seems to have invented a new but false definition of Antisemitism as he called and urged sponsors and the English FA to act, claiming that Elneny’s message was “antisemitic”.

The new Antisemitism Purposed Disinformation™ means that if you simply support Palestinian freedom and their struggle for the same human rights that westerners are guaranteed, you are Antisemitic

Experienced international ElNeny posted a photo of a man holding a Palestinian flag in front of a crowd in a show of his feelings on the current conflict between Palestine and Israel.

The 28-year-old backed up the post, which is said to have included an image called ‘Palestine Lives Matter’ featuring an outline of Israel filled with pro-Palestine images, by telling his Instagram following of almost five million: “My heart, my soul, my support for you, Palestine.”

That led to Tal Ofer, of the UK Board of Deputies, to reach out to club backers including Lavazza Group, who said: “We’ll immediately reach out to Arsenal to remark that we are concerned about the club being associated with such a message.”  Ofer added: “The content of this post is totally not aligned with our company values. Lavazza Group is fully committed against racism and anti-semitism.”

In a statement, Arsenal told the Jewish Chronicle (JC) that ElNeny was “entitled to express views”, although the Premier League also added that they would be “speaking to Mo” about the post so that he “understands the wider implications”.

As a club, we are committed to confronting and eliminating all forms of discrimination and continue to champion the need for equality and diversity across all areas of life,” they insisted.

Ofer and the JC both said they had also contacted key club sponsor Adidas. “I am also sad that Arsenal did not want to deal with this more seriously, I would expect better from them than this.”

The self-described “progressive in politics and music” and Gunners fan was also said to have told the English Football Association to suspend ElNeny for the post, reportedly adding on a locked account: “No ifs, no buts”.

There was a mixed public reaction on social media to the post, which attracted almost 165,000 likes in around four days.

All these players need to understand that they become stars because of their fans and these fans are from different religions… these so called stars has got the moral responsibility to stay neutral in situations like these instead of hurting some peoples feelings

one fan commented on ElNeny’s post saying: “If one of the club’s sponsors have a problem with ElNeny sending his support to Palestine, bin them, not ElNeny.”  Another said: “All these players need to understand that they become stars because of their fans and these fans are from different religions”.

“These so-called stars has got a moral responsibility to stay neutral in situations like these instead of hurting some people’s feelings.”

ElNeny has made 40 appearances for his club this season, including the full game as they earned a surprise 1-0 win at Chelsea in the Premier League on Wednesday.


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