Antony Blinken denies Israeli murder of Shireen Abu Aqleh but women boycott of Israel is still on.
“Antony Blinken can say any lie he wants and get away with it, but I can still tell 4 million women members to please get out there and promote our boycott of Israeli products,” says feminist leader. “Murder of women, children and journalists are the cause of action.”
Despite the US State Department denying the Palestinian fact findings on the murder of Shireen Abu Aqleh, the global women’s rights group The RINJ Foundation maintains its urging of women around the world to boycott all products and services of Israel and to not even visit Israeli web sites or travel to the country.
“Boycott Israeli products. — Murder of women, children, and journalists are the cause of action,” says RINJ Executive Director, Katie Alsop.
“Secretary Blinken, what about Shireen Abu Akleh?” asked Martin. “She was murdered by Israeli forces. CNN just agreed to this. These are our two greatest allies in the Middle East: Saudi Arabia and Israel. They have murdered American journalists and there have been absolutely no repercussions.
“Why is there no accountability for Israel or Saudi Arabia for murdering journalists?”
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken claims USA is freedom-of-the-press leader but ‘murder of journalists is overlooked by America‘, quibbles Abby Martin (Abigail Suzanne Martin) during Blinken press conference.
Ms. Martin in this video is referencing murders of journalists from the USA which America has reportedly acquiesced to, including the 2 October 2018, murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi and the 11 May 2022, murder of Al Jazeera correspondent Shireen Abu Aqleh.
Abby Martin, the quintessential journalist’s rights advocate, is seen live at a Blinken pressor seeking accountability for the murder of Shireen Abu Aqleh. Shireen (3 April 1971 to 11 May 2022) was a Palestinian/American journalist with al Jazeera for over 25 years and was a global Shero, according to RINJ Women. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain. Photo is cropped. ~Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag
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