A couple of years ago I visited the Anne Frank museum in Copenhagen, and came across a young man wearing the Islamonazi scarf (keffiyeh) and I confronted him, politely. I told him that it’s entirely improper to wear such a symbol representative of international terrorism (who also seek to destroy the world’s only Jewish state) in a museum dedicated to a Jewish girl murdered by a similar mindset. To his credit he tucked it into the collar of his jacket and then zipped it up.
NOTE: The placing of a keffiyeh around the neck of Anne Frank is akin to the Nazis stenciling a death camp number onto her forearm.
Dutch BDS Twitter Account Using Image of Anne Frank in Keffiyeh
Author: Gidon Ben-zvi
A Twitter account belonging to “@BDSAmsterdam“ is using an outrageous image of Anne Frank dressed in a red keffiyeh, Israeli daily Ma’ariv reported on Thursday.
As part of an ongoing campaign to portray Israel as an apartheid state, a Netherlands-based branch of the anti-Israel BDS (‘Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions’) movement, which tweets from the handle, is warping the iconic image of one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust in order to forward its political aims, Ma’ariv said.
An active Twitter page, @BDS Amsterdam is refreshed every few hours. A tweet from Wednesday enlightened readers as to, “the updated list of all 2013 Israeli cultural boycott events for 2013.” The posting also included information about all the artists who had decided to not perform in Israel over the last year as a protest against the Jewish state.