(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) A Massachusetts-based anti-Israel activist organization, whose members and donors are anonymous, has created an interactive map that targets both Jewish leaders and organizations that support Israel.
The Mapping Project propagates the worst kind of antisemitic targeting of the Jewish people & seeks to intimidate us. It’s all about inciting others to take actions, potentially violent, against the Jewish community. More from ADL’s @rtrestan on this dangerous project. ⤵️ https://t.co/QGqoyt3k4P
— ADL (@ADL) June 14, 2022
The map, produced by The Mapping Project, and which can be accessed both “interactively” and in plain text, purports to reveal the interconnection between organizations that support the alleged “harm” of Zionism, according to Legal Insurrection.
Among those organizations, many of which have offices in Massachusetts, are included Boston Dynamics, the City of Boston, the Department of Homeland Security, Harvard Business School, and even the Boston United Pentecostal Church.
To take the first example, the Mapping Project accuses the robotics company Boston Dynamics of parterning with Israeli drone manufacturer Percepto “to produce aerial drones and robotic dogs” in order to monitor the West Bank.
The Boston United Pentecostal Church has sinned insofar as it has “hosted events run by the Christian Zionist group Christians United for Israel (CUFI).”
Zionism is listed as the chief “harm” within the Mapping Project’s list of definitions.
It is, naturally, a “form of white supremacy that supports the colonization of Palestine by a settler population,” the Mapping Project contended.
The group has been attacked for the “antisemitic tropes” with which the site is shot through, reported Legal Insurrection.
“The Mapping Project offers a fine illustration of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks’ comment that anti-Semitism mutates,” Legal Insurrection wrote. “Whatever society considers most objectionable, not to say loathsome, is projected onto Jews.”
The ultra-woke organization’s website contains on its front page the very latest in what George Mason professor Eugene Kontorovich has dubbed “woke rituals,” a Native Land Acknowledgement.
“We are a multi-generational collective of activists and organizers on the land of the Massachusett, Pawtucket, Naumkeag, and other tribal nations (Boston, Cambridge, and surrounding areas),” the anonymous leaders of the Mapping Project wrote.