CNN Photo Journalist Has History of Anti-Semitic Tweets

Washington Free Beacon | 7/25/2019 | Jeffrey Cimmino
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A CNN photojournalist and photo editor has a history of anti-Semitic tweets, referring to Jews as "pigs" and appearing to celebrate the terrorist group Hamas, that began circulating online on Thursday.

Mohammed Elshamy, a photo editor for CNN, labeled Jews killed by a bomb in 2011 as "pigs."

Pigs - Jerusalem - Today - Bomb - Explode

"More than 4 jewish pigs killed in #Jerusalem today by the Palestinian bomb explode. #Israel #Gaza," Elshamy tweeted in 2011.

"HAMAS HAMAS HAMAS #Anti-Israel #Gaza #Palestine #Hamas," he tweeted in 2010.

October - Liberation - Zionist - Pigs

In October 2011, he tweeted about liberation from "zionist pigs."

"Despite everything happening now in Egypt. I'm proud of the army generation that liberated us from the zionist pigs @ 6 october 1973 #israel," he wrote.

Elshamy - Removal - Flag - Israel - Embassy

Elshamy celebrated the removal of the Israeli flag from Israel's embassy in Cairo in August 2011. Several weeks after the flag was removed, protesters stormed the embassy.

"Only in #Egypt you find...
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