Denying Death, Rape, and God: How Anti-Semitic Influencers Disinform the Masses

May 28, 2024

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Impressive teens are looking for their values ​​in all the wrong places. This isn’t new — but with the growing power of influencers and celebrities on Instagram and TikTok, it’s easier than ever to get the wrong answers to some of life’s most important questions.

These influencers enlightened the public with the “truth” about the holy war between Israel and Hamas, thus saving the world from the serious geopolitical consequences of the war.

Jackson Hinkle has built a following since October 7 by spreading evil, old-fashioned anti-Semitism to the masses, even going so far as to directly equate Israel with ISIS in one Post X. In another, he made numerous claims that largely downplayed the damage caused by the October 7 attack, including halving his cited death toll of “nearly 2,000 people.” Even with more recent data that puts the number at around 1,200, Hinkle’s death toll of 900 was originally a big lie compared to almost 2,000. It remains a significant lie.

“Israel lied about EVERYTHING and committed grotesque genocide! Share the TRUTH!” – he wrote at the end Post, purportedly citing an investigation by Haaretz. The Israeli newspaper quickly and forcefully denied Hinkle’s claims, but his post continued to spread like wildfire, reaching 5.3 million views, 96,000 likes and 53,000 retweets at the time of this article’s publication.

While Hinkle denied the Israelis died, another influential person denied that they were raped during the October 7 attack. Sarah Magdy, who worked for the BBC, said there was no evidence that Hamas had raped women, adding that “someone is lying” about rapes that the UN even recently said existed. “reasonable grounds” believe that they happened. UN also there are reasonable grounds to believe that hostages may continue to suffer conflict-related sexual violence.

But like Magdy, her commenters thought they knew better, and one commenter confirmed it Magda’s TikTok “It changed me forever. New Zealander 🇳🇿 stands in defense of Palestine 🇵🇸” Another commentator said Israel and the United States were committing “(g)genocide,” while yet another called on Hamas to take “as many hostages as possible.”

It’s no wonder the anti-Israel mob considers themselves on the right side of history when influential people like Simi and Haze ally with God himself.

The liberation of Palestine “is a call to greater faith in God than ever before,” they wrote in: Instagram post“because those who are most FREE are deep enough in their spiritual path to take an uncompromising stand on something.”

What God do Simi and Haze believe in? Christian AND Jewish The gods are strongly opposed to their cause, and these sisters do not believe in Allah. These people are not the “most FREE” at all, but they are enslaved by the social recognition they receive by repeating the popular lies of woke religion, which at the time of publication they share with their 1.7 million followers. Instagram users responded to the said post by performing awakening rituals. Users shared hundreds of “likes” on anti-Semitic comments, including “From the river to the sea 🇵🇸” and “(F)ree (P)alestine from the apartheid state!!!”

If you don’t call it a sin, call anti-Semitism a moral evil that no influential person will tolerate, let alone encourage. As the prophet Isaiah wrote in his book, both in the Christian and Hebrew Bibles: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness as light and light as darkness, who put bitterness as sweetness and sweetness as bitterness!”