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"Report him": Who impersonates Michael Lewis and spreads antisemitic content on his behalf online? | Israel Hayom

2023-12-04T12:06:18.675Z

Highlights: "It turns out I have a new alter ego," says the man who posted a picture of himself on Instagram. "I am from Israel, but I hate Israel," he adds. "My mother is the inspiration of my life," he says of his mother, who has been diagnosed with cancer. "She is always optimistic, and that's a very rare ability I learned to adopt as a child," he tells his followers. "If you have a moment, report it," the man adds.


The model and actor sought to draw the attention of his followers to a surfer who uses his image to spread anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli propaganda • "It turns out I have a new alter ego"


Like many celebrities and residents of the local swamp, model and actor Michael Lewis joined Israel's propaganda effort in the Iron Sword War, despite the fact that he has experienced difficult months. As is known, in September he was informed of the cancer discovered in his mother. He also suffered a serious injury in March when he crashed from a 15-meter waterfall in the Seychelles and broke up with his girlfriend.

Michael Lewis in his first campaign after injury / Photo: Or Rosenberg (Archive)

In a story he shared with his Instagram followers yesterday, Lewis sought to draw their attention to a fake profile of him opened by a pro-Palestinian user. Against the background of the story is Lewis's fabricated biography, which reads in English: "I am from Israel, but I hate Israel. Liberate Palestine."

Michael Lewis' story, photo: Instagram

To the outrageous screenshot, Lewis added text and wrote: "Turns out I have a new child-loving alter ego, a Palestinian flag and a watermelon. If you have a moment, report it," he asked his followers.

Last September, he was informed of his mother's illness and wrote to his followers, among other things: "My mother is the inspiration of my life. And not because she's beaten cancer twice in her life, but because she's always optimistic, doesn't complain and with a smile, and that's a very rare ability I learned to adopt as a teenager."

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Source: israelhayom

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