Twitter “activist” (with 45,000 followers) posts hit list of famous #French Jews. Her Twitter account is still active

French-Muslim website posts ‘hit list’ of famous Jews
May 31, 2018

A French-Muslim news outlet and a prominent anti-colonialism activist published on Twitter alleged hit lists featuring Jewish groups and individuals. The activist, Sihame Assbague, posted the first list of eight items last week. It included the CRIF umbrella group of French Jewish communities; the Socialist Jewish politician Julien Dray; former Prime Minister Manuel Valls — a supporter of Israel whose ex-wife and children are Jewish; and the radical left-wing politician Jean-Luc Melenchon, who is not Jewish. The list was accompanied by a picture of a character from the series “Game of Thrones” from a scene in which she lists the people she intends to kill. READ MORE

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