After clashing with Greta Thunberg over Twitter, Israel is taking official action to censure the climate activist for her support of Palestine.
The Jewish state is removing all mentions of Thunberg from its school curricula over her failure to clearly condemn Hamas terrorists.
“Following Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg’s biased and one-sided support for Gaza, without condemning Hamas, the Ministry of Education has decided to remove educational resources that portray her as a role model or a source of inspiration,” the Education Ministry wrote.
The Israeli government wrote that Thunberg's "inability to differentiate between good and evil disqualify her from representing the forces that strive for positive change in the world."
Like many on the left, Thunberg has called for a cease-fire in Israel, but many have condemned such calls as premature and an insult to the victims of Hamas' brutal terror.
Over 1,400 Israelis, including women and children, were brutally raped and murdered by Hamas terrorists in the October 7 attacks.
Israel also took aim at Thunberg's airy moralism over Twitter, sharing photographs of some of the victims of Hamas' terror.
"@GretaThunberg, Hamas doesn't use sustainable materials for their rockets which have BUTCHERED innocent Israelis," Israel's account wrote on X. "The victims of the Hamas massacre could have been your friends. Speak up."
The war has opened up divisions on the left, with more moderate liberals backing Israel and radicals showing sympathy for Palestine and even Hamas.
Many have been taken aback by the unmasking of anti-Semitism on university campuses and in far-left anti-white groups like Black Lives Matter.
The climate movement is closely linked with far-left indigenous and "anti-colonial" movements that see Western civilization as evil and oppressive.
Within this moral scheme, many progressives have condemned Israel as guilty of "genocide" or ethnic cleansing in Hamas-controlled Gaza, where thousands have died in Israeli bombings.
An expected ground invasion of Gaza has been delayed at the request of the Biden administration, which has expressed concern about the safety of Palestinians, hostages, and U.S. troops in the area.
It is ironic, but not surprising, that Thunberg spends so much time denouncing abstract evils like "climate change" while unable to clearly distinguish terrorists from innocent civilians.