Samar Dahmash-Jarrah is the latest in our series of “blue tick” antisemites

Samar Dahmash-Jarrah is an author and a radio host at WMNF Community Radio.  Samar, who has over 168K followers on Twitter and is verified with the coveted blue tick, is a Holocaust revisionist who believes that there is a “heavy indoctrination in Israel that uses the Holocaust to create paranoia at a young age.”  

As a matter of fact, most Jews had significant numbers of family members murdered in the Holocaust. The writer of this blog had one side of his family destroyed apart from his grandfather, while on the other side, more than 30 members were murdered.  Jews are born with this paranoia, Israel does not need to create it. 

Samar constantly compares Israel/Jews to Nazis, which is highly antisemitc as per the widely accepted definition of antisemitismThe IHRA defines one example of antisemitism as making comparisons between contemporary Israeli policy and Nazi policy.

Samar is also an antisemitic conspiracy theorist who believes that the “Jewish lobby” spies on the US.   Essentially, this sounds just like a theory from the notorious antisemitic false conspiracy book, “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” which inspired Hitler. 

Samar promotes fake news and fake quotes that are attributed to prominent Jews like Einstein, who actually never expressed such views.

In her attempts to demonise Jews and Israel, Samar also promotes fake history denying Jewish connection to he land of Israel.

Samar cannot criticize Israel (which is not antisemitic) without mentioning Jews.  It is like a nervous tick to her.  It clearly demonstrates that her view is one of a highly antisemitic social media agitator.  The allegation about Israeli Jews is obviously false.

WMNF employs an antisemite who has no business as a radio host, let alone on a “community radio station.”  Samar is the equivalent of Nazi propagandist Lord Haw Haw who broadcast Nazi propaganda during the Second World War.

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