After her  implicit support for the terror organization Hamas, Israel’s Education Ministry has removed Greta Thunberg from the curriculum.

The Education Ministry has stated that it will remove all references to climate activist Greta Thunberg after she published a weekend post supporting the Hamas terrorist group.

“Hamas is a terrorist organization responsible for the murder of 1,400 innocent Israelis, including children, women, and the elderly, and it has abducted over 200 people to Gaza,” the ministry said. “This stance disqualifies her from being an educational and moral role model, and she is no longer eligible to serve as an inspiration and educator for Israeli students.”

Hundreds of Israeli climate activists criticized Thunberg over the weekend after she posted on X that “today we strike in solidarity with Palestine and Gaza. The world needs to speak up and call for an immediate ceasefire, justice and freedom for Palestinians and all civilians affected.”


“Greta Thunberg is the most well-known climate activist in the world today,” responded Adam Teva V’Din. “In her influential position, Greta has expressed a one-sided and inconsistent stance, completely ignoring the cruel acts endured by Israeli citizens and the abduction of hundreds of people.

“Due to her position, when Greta addresses a different topic superficially and dismissively, it inevitably weakens the validity of her climate-related positions,” the statement continued. “People from all walks of life might think that the shallowness she displayed on the other issue could cast doubt on the seriousness and depth of her climate activism. Those with vested interests could exploit this to portray climate activists as unserious and lacking depth. Therefore, even without addressing the ethical and moral implications she ignored, Greta is no longer a role model for us in the climate change context. We have plenty of other figures to look up to.”

On Sunday, a pointed video replying to Thunberg in her language came out.

In the video, Thunberg delivers the now-famous speech condemning world leaders for not doing enough to combat global warming. However, her remarks are accompanied by photographs of war victims and the Hamas atrocity.

The video was produced by “Israel’s Story,” an organization dedicated to telling the world Israel’s narrative.


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