The tweet’s been deleted, but here’s a screenshot:
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Palestinians apparently went on a 24-hour strike Tuesday, and the New Yorker Union tweeted its solidarity. But it didn’t stop there; it tweeted its solidarity “from the river to the sea.”
Solidarity with Palestinians from the river to the sea who went on a 24-hour strike yesterday for dignity and liberation. #palestineonstrike
— The New Yorker Union (@newyorkerunion) May 19, 2021
Curious if the union knows what is meant by “from the river to the sea.” => https://t.co/uyiBtOdfkv
— David M. Drucker (@DavidMDrucker) May 19, 2021
"From the river to the sea" = genocide.
— Adam Glantz (@AdamGlantz) May 19, 2021
— The Jorster (@jorster) May 19, 2021
The New Yorker Union endorsing genocide against Jews. Reported.
— John Gage (@johnrobertgage) May 19, 2021
Calling for the destruction of Israel… at least you’re honest about what you really want.
— Lady L. North (@LadyLNorth) May 19, 2021
New Yorker Union approves genocide of people they don’t like.
— Dr. Tired (@KingLassitude) May 19, 2021
Tweet deleted in 3.. 2.. 1..
— Niv Steingarten (@nivstein) May 19, 2021
Thanks for destroying another legacy publication, woke Millenial radicals.
— Sachem Many Feathers Montauk (@ronkonoma) May 19, 2021
This wording is not an accident.
— Michael Ely (@boywearingvan) May 19, 2021
You do understand what 'from the river to the sea' represents, right?
— David from Norwalk (@DavidAubuchon) May 19, 2021
— Semi Lovato (@yankeexpatriate) May 19, 2021
— Wilford Snowpiercer (@Peter_Iceland) May 19, 2021
Do you understand what you are posting here? Or did you get all your information from Tik Tok.
— robyn (@robynstarry) May 19, 2021
Yeah… you should prob delete this tweet. pic.twitter.com/n3ArX9zEWT
— UnlawCath (@stagelep) May 19, 2021
"From the river to the sea"… yet you guys constantly gripe about nationalism.
— Javier Vasquez (@JavierVasquez85) May 19, 2021
New Yorker Union casually calling for destruction of Israel
— Larry (@Larry_3000_) May 19, 2021
Looks like you may have accidentally called for a genocide. Care to correct that, or do you actually hate Jews? You should clarify
— Professor Pepperoni (@ProfessorPeppe1) May 19, 2021
Do you guys even know what the trope, “from the river to the sea” even means. You probably don’t and should look it up.
— Robert Gourley (@rlgourley) May 19, 2021
So you've endorsed wiping Israel off the map?
— Dan S #HealthcareVoter (@Dsquared75) May 19, 2021
Anti-semites and terrorist sympathizers
— Silent minority (@Smartpower55) May 19, 2021
Just checking: you do know what from the river to the sea implies, don't you? And so, am I to assume that you support the annihilation of the #Israel
— Rabbi Andrew Jacobs (@RabbiJacobs) May 19, 2021
Maybe hamas is working in your building too #herestohope
— Dr (@bbqdudefrmAR) May 19, 2021
I did not have “union supports genocide” on my 2021 bingo card.
— Cardinal Curmudgeon (@Gimblin) May 19, 2021
To be clear, is ethnic cleansing of Israel the editorial position of the New Yorker or just the position that most employees hold?
— Magnifico 🪤 (@MagnificoIX) May 19, 2021
Did anyone notice?
— Nate Hughey (@sintropy) May 19, 2021
Not quite sure why it still exists, but I’ll be canceling my subscription.
— Jennie White (@jenniewhite647) May 19, 2021
Hey, if y'all could not publicly call for the genocide of my people, I'd really appreciate it.
— Fistfull of Ferrets (@ChestHairington) May 19, 2021
Your Jewish subscribers just heard you loud clear.
— Lili von Shtupp (@LvS_Redux) May 19, 2021
This is a hateful, antisemetic slogan, used by Hamas and Islamic Jihad to justify the murder and genocide of the Jews in their historic homeland. Remove this hateful crap immediately.
— Newsgatherer (@GroupToStopHate) May 19, 2021
Wow. Absolutely not hiding it anymore.
— Good Dog, Blue. 🥞 (@sasimmons) May 19, 2021
— ❤️ (@RussNic) May 19, 2021
Do you even know what that means?
— B-30 (@Wu1f_tketkr) May 19, 2021
You should have punched someone and then hid behind a child. Now THAT'S solidarity with Palestine!!!
— Dennis (@dgsalem09) May 19, 2021
Did some intern post this or are they going to claim they really don’t know what this trope implies?
Wow: This video of Marc Lamont Hill calling for ‘a free Palestine from the river to the sea’ does not look good https://t.co/1llDNZE2Ns
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 29, 2018