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Watchdog group exposes the founder of three antisemitic websites

Abdullah Hassan, an ally of neo-Nazis, created Stop Zionist Hate, Raven Mission and Tru Wire.

The word Zionism in a dictionary. Credit: Casimiro PT/Shutterstock.
The word Zionism in a dictionary. Credit: Casimiro PT/Shutterstock.

Research by Canary Mission has revealed the man behind a group of websites and social-media accounts spreading antisemitic conspiracy theories and misinformation.

A video put out by the antisemitism watchdog group shows the use of voice-matching from a since-deleted personal Rumble account and an X-spaces appearance to link Abdullah Hassan with the Stop Zionist Hate site and its sister organizations, Raven Mission and Tru Wire. Stop Zionist Hate utilizes a similar approach and style as StopAntisemitism while Raven Mission draws inspiration from Canary Mission.

Stop Zionist Hate currently has 126,998 followers while its Instagram account has 32,300.

Stop Zionist Hate
Stop Zionist Hate. Source: Screenshot.

A meta tag with Hassan’s name also connects him to Stop Zionist Hate. According to his LinkedIn profile, Hassan is a law student at George Washington University School of Law and graduated in 2021 from Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, N.Y.

Raven Mission denies Hassan’s involvement.

The groups have promoted such false ideas as claiming Zionist control of Hollywood; that a genocide “allegedly” occurred at Auschwitz; and that the systemic rapes Hamas terrorists perpetrated on Oct. 7 are “debunked claims.”

Hassan has associated with prominent neo-Nazis Lucas Gage and Nick Fuentes.

Stop Zionist Hate only follows Tru Wire and Raven Mission, while Tru Wire only follows Stop Zionist Hate. However, Raven Mission follows the U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, in addition to such notable antisemites as journalist Max Blumenthal, academic Norman Finklestein and rapper Lowkey.

On Jan. 21, the Stop Zionist Hate Instagram account complained about the Meta-owned platform restricting its ability to appear in searches and suggested users, making it only visible to those already following it or finding it through other means such as a link on a website. Hassan accused the platform of bias due to “failure to respond to multiple review requests.”

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