Pro-Palestinian org posts—then deletes—maps showing New York City targets for 'Intifada' direct action

During the second Intifada in 2000 against Israel, terrorists committed over 120 suicide bombings targeting civilians.

A pro-Hamas organization posted a map of multiple locations in New York City, claiming they are associated with the "genocide" in Gaza.

Among the locations listed were Fox News, NBC, the New York Post, The New York Times, the Defense Logistics Agency, Meta, as well as Jewish institutions.

The now-deleted map was posted by the radical group Within Our Lifetime, which featured the headline "From Palestine to NYC. Globalize the Intifada."

The graphic said that the locations were zones "of direct action."

"Each of the sites on this map is tied to the ongoing genocide in Gaza and the settler-colonization of Palestine," the since-deleted post stated, according to the New York Post. "They reflect a network of dispossession, policing, prisons, surveillance, counterinsurgency, war, destruction, imperialism and militarization across the globe, with the mass media complex which manufactures consent for genocide acting as tools of the oppressor. These sites are also multi-purpose assets for some of the system's most powerful perpetrators of violence. May this map serve as a call for every struggle to act in their own interest. As we do so, we uplift one another's struggles and free Palestine from the river to the sea."

Within Our Lifetime (WOL) was previously revealed as a pro-terror activist group dedicated to the destruction of Israel. The group published a “tool kit” for terrorist supporters to plan and execute rallies supporting Hamas in New York and across the US.

In 2021, WOL launched “Globalize the Intifada," calling it “a new action framework that adopts the Palestinian uprising ‘Intifada’ against the Israeli occupation as a model of resistance for oppressed people worldwide."

Within Our Lifetime states that they "uphold the right of all Palestinian refugees to return to their homeland in all of historic Palestine from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea," adding that they are an anti-Zionist group. "Zionism is a settler-colonial white supremacist ideology built on the genocide and dispossession of the Palestinian people," they explain.

The group also states that they "defend the right of Palestinians as colonized people to resist the zionist occupation by any means necessary."

During the second Intifada in 2000 against Israel, terrorists committed over 120 suicide bombings targeting civilians.

WOL promotes Palestinian resistance “by any means necessary,” and calls to “Globalize the Intifada,” spread incitement, and support terrorists, according to Canary Mission. The watchdog organization noted that, though WOL claims to be “entirely funded by grassroots donations,” the group isn't registered in any US state as a nonprofit organization and there is no listing for WOL under its name on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) website for tax-exempt organizations.

The group also promotes the antisemitic Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement. Violence typically accompanies WOL rallies in New York City, where the organization is based.

Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-NY) wrote on X in response to the map, "Coded calls for violence against Jews are proliferating on social media."

Manhattan borough president Mark Levine called WOL’s actions "dangerous and reprehensible."
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