Jewish Celebs Blast TikTok After Bin Laden's Manifesto Goes Viral

Brittany M. Hughes | November 17, 2023
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Even blind squirrels find a nut every once in a while. And apparently, praising Bin Laden is a bridge too far - even for wildly leftists Hollywood libs.

It all started when idiots over on TikTok - most of them the same American morons applauding Hamas' slaughter of some 1,200-plus Jews in Israel as a justifiable "resistance" against "colonizers" - began openly praising Osama Bin Laden and his infamous 2022 “Letter to America,” written the year following the 9/11 terror attacks and seeking to justify the slaughter of nearly 3,000 people. The trend quickly picked up steam, even as websites and social media platforms rushed to scrub the web of the contents of the letter.

But celebrating a murderous terrorist justifying the slaughter of nearly 3,000 innocent people didn’t sit well with some celebs, especially those of Jewish decent.

On a call with TikTok about combatting anti-Semitism on the platform held this week, “Borat” actor Sacha Baron Cohen slammed the platform for hosting “'the biggest anti-Semitic movement since the Nazis,” telling TikTok execs, “Shame on you!”

Related: American TikTokers Are GUSHING Over Bin Laden's 'Letter to America'

Actress Debra Messing demanded the platform immediately remove all mentions of the phrase “From the river to the sea,” a Palestinian call for the annihilation of Israel and the extermination of the Jews, adding that TikTok has become “the main platform for the dissemination of Jew hate.”

TikTok declined her request, saying they’d only remove posts with the phrase if it was obvious the poster meant it as a call to violence. “Casual” mentions, on the other hand, will be allowed to remain.

Guess it’s cool to call for genocide if you do so in a blasé manner.

Posts containing the hashtag “#LetterToAmerica” racked up more than 10 million views as of Thursday morning, with videos of users gushing over Bin Laden’s manifesto garnering millions of views and shares across the platform. The deluge of adoration has been so great that The Guardian finally removed the letter from its website where it had been published for more than 20 years.

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