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Julia Haart launches website to support Zionist social-media advocates

The star of “My Unorthodox Life” aims to grow an online community.

Julia Haart. Credit: Netflix.
Julia Haart. Credit: Netflix.

Online harassment of Jews and Israel advocates has reached such a level of intensity, according to a Jewish reality star and fashion executive, that a new community needs to bring together those condemning hate.

“A friend said she posted that antisemitism is bad, and people called her ‘pro-genocide.’ All she posted was that antisemitism is not OK. This makes it cool to not be OK with antisemitism,”  said Julia Haart, the star of “My Unorthodox Life” on Netflix.

Haart said the new AHMNation.com would be for “those people who are getting attacked and vilified because they are Jewish, or supporting Jewish people, or saying antisemitism is wrong.”

She said they need to know “they aren’t alone. It’s about community and love.”

In comic-book style, the site announces: “Where Followers Become Heroes.”

After joining, community members will receive a daily email encouraging them to follow a particular pro-Israel advocate.

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