Los Angeles BLM organizer unapologetically backs terror group Hamas

"Violence begets violence. The cycle will continue & the vengeance will only grow deeper. "

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA

The founder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles has pledged allegiance to Palestine stating that the real enemy is the "Israeli apartheid regime."

This after the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas invaded Israel at daybreak on Saturday, and ruthlessly executed more than one thousand civilian and military men, women, and children in the most heinous act of terrorism Israel has seen since 1973.

Dr. Melina Abdullah, a professor at California State University Los Angeles, reposted an Instagram post from Linda Sarsour who her allegiance to Palestine, and blamed Israel for the terrorist attacks on its own citizens and called on the "apartheid regime" to stop defending its nation from Hamas terrorists. Sarsour notably stepped down from her leadership position with the Women's March in 2019 along with two others after accusations of anti-semitism.

"Anyone cheering on the US backed Israeli apartheid regime's response to collectively punish and massacre Palestinians doesn't give a damn about safety of Jews in Israel. Violence begets violence. The cycle will continue & the vengeance will only grow deeper. This is the moment for all of us to stand together and demand loud and clear the END OF THE OCCUPATION & LIFTING OF THE SIEGE ON GAZA," the post stated.

"Palestinians are not the enemies of the Jews. The enemy here is apartheid. Apartheid divides and lies to people. Apartheid leads you to believe that the only way you can achieve safety and security is at the expense of another people. Apartheid convinces you that there's nothing wrong with dehumanizing, caging, depriving, killing, detaining Palestinians if that means you get to live a "normal" life. Apartheid LIED. Safety of one is predicated on the safety of all," she said. "No one can be safe if everyone is not safe. No one is truly free unless we are all free. That's why Free Palestine is a call for freedom and Justice for Palestinians and the safety of ALL people."

Dr. Abdullah, who is also one of the leaders of Black Lives Matter Grassroots, doubled-down her support for Hamas in another post on Instagram, in which she shared a statement from BLM Grassroots that justified the Hamas terrorist attacks on Israeli civilians, calling it a "desperate act of self-defense."

"As the world is faced with deep questions about self-determination, as we all desire and pray for a world of peace, we must stand unwaveringly on the side of the oppressed. When a people have been subject to decades of apartheid and unimaginable violence, their resistance must not be condemned, but understood as a desperate act of self-defense," the statement reads.

"Black Lives Matter Grassroots stands in solidarity with our Palestinian family who are currently resisting 57 years of settler colonialism and apartheid. As Black people continue the fight to end militarism and mass incarceration in our own communities, let us understand the resistance in Palestine as an attempt to tear down the gates of the world's largest open air prison. As a radical Black organization grounded in abolitionist ideals, we see clear parallels between Black and Palestinian people."

"We, too, understand what it means to be surveilled, dehumanized, property seized, families separated, our people criminalized and slaughtered with impunity, locked up in droves, and when we resist they call us terrorists. We, too, dream of a world where our people may live freely on decolonized land. May the borders, checkpoints, prisons, police and watchlists that terrorize our communities crumble and may the world we build from their ashes honor those who have fallen in struggle."

"For lasting peace to come, the entire apartheid system must be dismantled. The war on the Palestinian people must cease. We call on the United States government to immediately stop funding war and redirect the $4 billion in annual spending from the Israeli military to repair the damage caused by US-backed wars, military air strikes, coups, and destabilizing interventions against oppressed people around the world," the statement concludes.

Black Lives Matter Inc., a devout Marxist-Communist organization that seeks to dismantle the United States, has made its stance on the Israel/Palestine war certain.

In a now-deleted infamous post on all social media platforms, the Chicago BLM chapter shared a graphic of a Hamas terrorist on a paraglider along with the caption: "That is all that is it." The image is in reference to Hamas terrorists ruthlessly executing hundreds of Israeli civilians at a music festival in which they invaded the country by paragliders to begin the terrorist attacks.

Furthermore, BLM has a history of anti-semitic tropes against Israel and has long maintained its unwavering support for Hamas-run Palestine. In an unearthed video posted to X, BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors stated, "Palestine is our generation's South Africa, if we don't step up boldly and courageously to end the imperialist project called Israel, we’re doomed."

Speaking from Tel Aviv on Thursday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced that the death toll of Americans killed in Israel by Hamas terrorists has risen to 25. US officials have been working with Israel on the release of the more than 100 hostages that were taken from Israel, with some Americans believed to be part of this group. 

Hamas and their ruthless executions of innocent Israeli civilians resulted in the United States and its allies pledging unwavering commitment to Israel in which they told the Jewish nation that they stand ready to assist in their efforts against Hamas and other enemy entities that might take advantage of the terrorist attacks to try to ignite additional wars throughout the Middle East.

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