Total Mentions: 107.7K | Individual Accounts: 59.7K | Total Retweets: 84.6K Total Impressions: 1.03B | Total Reach (estimate):~221.1M
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Thursday to remove Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) from the House Foreign Affairs Committee because of previous antisemitic comments. Omar notoriously tweeted in 2019 that U.S. lawmakers’ allegiance to Israel is “all about the Benjamins baby”, invoking the common antisemitic stereotype of Jewish control through money. In a recent interview with CNN, Omar claimed she was unaware of “tropes about Jews and money.” Following Omar’s removal, conversation online was divided, as some people celebrated the removal while others believe the accusations of antisemitism were used improperly to make a political statement.
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“Synagogue in Jerusalem,” “East Jerusalem,” “#Jerusalem” –Related to the terror attack in Jerusalem last Friday. See below.
“Hyde Park” –Related to this viral videoof a Muslim man at Hyde Park in London saying he hates Christians and Jews “for the sake of Allah”.
“#HolocuastRememberenceDay,” International Holocaust Remembrance Day,” “concentration camp,” “liberation of Auschwitz” – Related to commemorations of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
“Apartheid State,” “Middle East,” “Human Rights,” “Israeli government,” “#Israel,” “#FreePalestine” –Related to the discussion of Israel-Palestine.
Jerusalem Terror Attack
Total Mentions: 45.2K | Individual Accounts: 19.6K | Total Retweets: 24.3K Total Impressions: 516.5M | Total Reach (estimate): ~59.9M
Seven people were killed and at least three others were wounded while leaving a synagogue after Shabbat prayers in Jerusalem last Friday. Israeli police chief Yaakov Shabtai described the incident as “one of the worst terror attacks in the past few years.”
The attack occurred on International Holocaust Remembrance Day and came one day after an Israeli raid on a Jenin refugee camp to neutralize a terrorist cell associated with Islamic Jihad. Many people online mourned the lives of those lost and condemned viral clips of Palestinians celebrating the attack.
Dissident Homeschool Network
Total Mentions: 1258 | Individual Accounts: 989 | Total Retweets: 841 Total Impressions: 4.37M | Total Reach (estimate): ~1.79M
The Saxons share lesson plans and homework assignments that indoctrinate children to Nazi ideas, such as practicing writing by copying quotes by Adolf Hitler, or examining FBI hate crime statistics in math classes to reinforce bias against minority groups. During an interview on a neo-Nazi podcast, Mrs. Saxon said she started the channel because she “really was having a rough time finding Nazi-approved school material for [her] homeschool children” and that her goal is making sure that her child becomes “a wonderful Nazi.”