Leaked Scenes from a Censored Documentary Show How A Fake Protest was Staged and Passed Off As a Grassroots Pro-Israel Campaign

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Leaked scenes from the censored Al Jazeera undercover documentary, “The Lobby – USA,” purportedly show an Israel lobbyist astroturfing an anti-BDS “student” protest at the 2016 Students for Justice in Palestine national conference.

Max Blumenthal writes at The Grayzone Project:

The Grayzone Project has released scenes from an investigative Al Jazeera undercover documentary, “The Lobby – USA,” whose publication was blocked by the government of Qatar under Israel lobby pressure.

The footage reveals how Emergency Committee on Israel Executive Director Noah Pollak and the right-wing Hoover Institution organized an astroturfed a protest aimed at disrupting the 2016 Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) national conference.

According to one Hoover Institution campus fellow, “This is the first foot soldier activity that I think we’ve been forced to do.”

A Hoover fellow who identified himself as “Marshall,” explained the background of the protest: “It was basically like Noah Pollak coming in and being like, ‘Look, there are these jihadis who basically support suicide bombing, and they’re on a campus and you have to stop them.'”

“It’s a chance to shout at Arabs,” another fellow interjected.


Marshall, who is African American, divulged his fear that some media outlet might publish “a photo of Deon [another Hoover Institute fellow] and me together, and we’re just like clearly identifiable. They’re like, “Oh, who are these traitors who sold out to the Jewish conspiracy for money?'”

He then joked: “I’m like, ‘We did! We cost $50,000 plus benefits.”
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