Left-wing actress Susan Sarandon is being criticized for her vocal support of the Hamas terror organization’s cause and for remarks seeming to endorse the new climate of virulent antisemitism in Joe Biden’s America.
The “Thelma & Louise” star has attended several anti-Israel rallies in New York City where she joined in the chant of “from the river to the sea,” a phrase that is widely interpreted as a call for the genocide of Israeli Jews and has been adopted by American leftists who have glommed onto the war in Gaza as their latest cause.
In remarks that seem to suggest that Jews deserve to live in fear in America, the 77-year-old Oscar-winner reportedly proclaimed, “There are a lot of people afraid of being Jewish at this time, and are getting a taste of what it feels like to be a Muslim in this country,” at a recent rally to demand a ceasefire.
She also appeared to express the sentiment that the Israeli civilians – including the elderly, women, children, and babies – who were butchered in their own homes during last month’s sneak attack by Islamist savages had it coming to them because of the Jewish nation’s treatment of Palestinians in a sermon drenched in white elitist sanctimony.
People do not understand what has been happening in Palestine for the last 75 years . It’s time that Palestine be free -Susan Sarandon pic.twitter.com/qC4Cg7najn
— Inji Fadel (@inji_fadel) November 21, 2023
“I stand here in my cruelly given white privilege, to say that you don’t have to be Palestinian to stand with the Palestinian people,” she said.
Sarandon was slammed for her antisemitic take with one of the critics being Muslim-American writer Asra Nomani who scolded the pampered and privileged celeb in a lengthy post that used her immigrant parents’ story to shoot down the actress falsely portraying Muslims as being a hunted and persecuted minority in the U.S.
Hi there @SusanSarandon, this is my mom, my dad and me on the rail trail in Morgantown, West by God Virginia. Let me tell you what it means to be Muslim in America.
First, your backstory: At an anti-Israel protest in NYC, you just said, “There are a lot of people that are… pic.twitter.com/zAyUjpTxkY
— Asra Nomani (@AsraNomani) November 20, 2023
“Please don’t minimize the experience of Jewish Americans by sanitizing the hell that it is for Muslims living in Muslim countries and vilifying America for the life — and freedoms — she offers Muslims like my family. Go, live like a Muslim woman in a Muslim country,” she wrote.
“You will come back to America and kiss the land beneath your feet,” Nomani added.
The elderly actress-activist has run her social media feed like an arm of the Hamas propaganda ministry, reposting a video from a major Palestinian activist account featuring a clip of ex-Pink Floyd member Roger Waters – a notorious Israel-hating crank – at a recent concert in Uruguay where he wore one of the checkered head scarfs favored by terrorists.
“Despite attempts by the Israeli lobby to cancel the event, Roger Waters of Pink Floyd took the stage in Uruguay, donning a Kufiyyah and advocating for an end to the Israeli genocide in Gaza,” read the post shared by Sarandon with her 850K followers.
One of the founders of the iconic British rock band, Waters recently got into hot water over wearing a Nazi-style uniform during a concert in Germany and promoted the conspiracy theory that the October 7th attack on civilians may have been a false flag cooked up by Israel, so he and Sarandon are two Jew-hating birds of the same feather.
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