– Louisa Neubauer criticizes Thunberg’s publications in the Middle East
The German climate activist distances herself from anti-Israel posts on the Fridays for Future International Instagram account and harshly criticizes Greta Thunberg.
Statements by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg and The international Fridays for Future climate movement regarding the conflict in the Middle East is currently generating a lot of criticism. Now, German climate activist Louisa Neubauer is distancing herself from anti-Israel posts on the movement’s international Instagram account.
“The fact that Greta Thunberg did not say anything concrete about the Jewish victims of the October 7 pogrom is disappointing to me,” Neubauer said. “time online”. In the past, she considered the Swede “an extraordinarily thoughtful and far-sighted person.” Therefore, the experiences of the past few days have become more painful.
“Obviously a lot of things are falling apart,” Neubauer says. Obviously there are different opinions when it comes to Israel and Palestine. “But this does not excuse anti-Semitism or misinformation. The fact that it existed surprised me. “I didn’t see this coming,” the climate activist said.
Compared with the “Mirror” “Our full solidarity is with Jews around the world, and we strongly condemn Hamas’ terrorism,” Neubauer explains. She is personally committed to ensuring global operations are suspended “until we ensure that one group can no longer use Fridays for Future global accounts for misinformation and hate.”
“Genocide” against the Palestinians and the Israeli “apartheid regime”.
Thunberg, who co-founded the organization Fridays for Future, called for a dispute on social media over solidarity with the Palestinians about a week ago, sparking outrage. The Instagram posts talked about “genocide” against the Palestinians and the “apartheid regime” in Israel. Western media has also been accused of “brainwashing” aimed at getting people to side with Israel.
Last Friday, I spoke again on behalf of the Palestinians. “Justice for Palestine” can be seen on a banner the 20-year-old held in her hands during a climate protest in front of the Swedish Parliament in Stockholm. Several voices then accused Thunberg and her movement of anti-Semitism.