Tricycle Theatre Indirectly Funding Pro-Israeli Hawks

London’s Tricycle Theatre was accused of anti-Semitism last week after it banned Britain’s annual Jewish Film Festival because the organisers had refused its demands to return a donation from the Israeli embassy. Awkwardly for the anti-Israel Tricycle, as of today they are themselves indirectly funding a staunchly pro-Israeli organisation which is campaigning in support of the IDF’s Operation Protective Edge in Gaza. Money from Tricycle paid to the Jewish Chronicle for a weekly advert is to be donated by the paper to the Friends of Israel Initiative, a hawkish charity described to Guido by one source as the “bomb the f**k out of the enemy lobby”. JC editor Stephen Pollard says: “The Tricycle’s board will no doubt be delighted to know that its money will now be going, weekly via the JC, to support that important objective.” Top trolling.




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