AOC Staffer Blasts Israel as a ‘Racist European Ethnostate Built on Stolen Land’
Altamimi shared a picture of himself with the Congresswoman on Instagram
One of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-NY) staffers has described Israel as a “racist European ethnostate built on stolen land” in a social media post.
Hussain Altamimi, who joined the Democrat's office last month, is a legislative assistant to Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and seems to share her radical anti-Israel stance.
Altamimi shared a picture of himself with the congresswoman on Instagram with the caption “New beginnings,” in November.
Altamimi used his Instagram account to target Israel, a key middle eastern ally to the United States.
In a Christmas Eve Instagram story, Altamimi wrote:
“Israel is a racist European ethnostate built on stolen land from its indigenous population!”
His caption was added to a post he shared from an account called, “Let’s Talk Palestine,” according to a screenshot obtained by Fox News Digital.
His post criticized Israel more, claiming the country has a “racial hierarchy.”
“This reveals the principle underpinning Israeli apartheid: It’s not about where you’re born."
"It’s about whether you’re Jewish or non-Jewish."
"Your ethnicity determines your rights & level in the racial hierarchy,” the post read.
“Israel is an exclusive ethnostate, established to serve one ethnic group at the expense of another.”
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As Breitbart reported, the Instagram profile for Let’s Talk Palestine lists it as a “nonprofit organization.”
The profile features multiple posts dedicated to criticizing Israel, including one that claims Israel is engaging in “a campaign of ethnic cleansing” of Jerusalem’s Palestinian population.
Altamimi’s views seemingly fit in with the congresswoman’s views on Israel.
Rep. Ocasio-Cortez criticized Israel this past May, calling it an “apartheid state” and added that “apartheid states aren’t democracies.”