Muslim author complains he 'can't hijack planes'

"You can’t hijack planes. You can’t block traffic. You can’t throw Molotovs."

Ari Hoffman Seattle WA
Mohammed El-Kurd an anti Israel Palestinian activist and author complained on X Saturday night that he couldn’t hijack planes, riot, or throw Molotov cocktails as a form of protest.

In response to US airman Aaron Bushnell self-immolating in front of the Israeli embassy in DC on Sunday while yelling "Free Palestine,” Mohammed lamented, "You can’t protest peacefully. You can’t boycott. You can’t hunger strike. You can’t hijack planes. You can’t block traffic. You can’t throw Molotovs. You can’t self-immolate. You can’t heckle politicians. You can’t march. You can’t riot. You can’t dissent. You just can’t be."

The radical who boasts over 380,000 followers on X was mocked across the platform for the comments.

Israeli government spokesman, Eylon Levy even wrote, "Imagine associating your whole being with hijacking planes."

El-Kurd is no stranger to inciting violence.

According to the Jerusalem Post, in January at a rally in London, he asked Palestinian supporters to “Normalize the massacres as the status quo.”

The outlet reported that there have also been calls to revoke his Calgary Peace Prize after he praised a terrorist who killed three Israeli women in April 2023.
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