Along Airport Way in Fairbanks on Friday, four people held signs and shouted anti-Israel slogans, such as “Free Palestine,” a phrase also used by pro-Hamas terrorist supporters. such as Rep. Rashida Tlaib.
It wasn’t a big crowd, even though the temperate was balmy, but it was probably the farthest north and one of the smallest anti-Israel demonstrations in the nation.
The Free Palestine Movement is a Palestinian Syrian armed and violent movement led by businessman Yasser Qashlaq, who wants to send Jews, who he describes as “the dregs of European garbage,” from Israel “back” to Europe, even though nearly all Jews in Israel were born there, rather than in Europe. The movement calls for the establishment of a State of Palestine from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea, with the eradication of the State of Israel and its people.
One participant wore a hat reminiscent of the Socialist Soviet Union, complete with a red insignia surrounded by gold.