The anti-Zionist IfNotNow organization tweeted its strong support early Friday morning for the “people of Gaza” and Hamas terrorist group that fired rocket attacks at Tel Aviv.
“We are praying for the people of Gaza as they endure another assault from Israel’s military, and demand that our communal leadership stand against this violence,” the group posted on the Twitter social networking site, adding the hashtag, #GazaUnderAttack .
We are praying for the people of Gaza as they endure another assault from Israel's military, and demand that our communal leadership stand against this violence. #GazaUnderAttack https://t.co/fZXJHEzGKc
— IfNotNow (@IfNotNowOrg) March 15, 2019
There was no condemnation of the terrorist rocket attack that targeted hundreds of thousands in the greater Tel Aviv metro area and for that matter, no condemnation of the Hamas leadership against whom its own starving population has finally begun to rebel as well, for the misuse of funds and other resources.
The organization describes itself as “an American Jewish progressive activist group opposing the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.” Except there are no Israelis – or for that matter, any Jews whatsoever – in Gaza, nor have been, since August 2005.