(JERUSALEM POST) — Cleveland’s 2019 “Officer of the Year” has reportedly fallen under scrutiny by the Cleveland Police Department after it was revealed on Thursday that a Twitter account allegedly connected to him posted a series of racist and antisemitic tweets.
“Let me salute to Hitler the great,” read a meme featuring an image of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler and tweeted by an account alleged by Canary Mission to be owned by Cleveland Police Ismail Quran. “He said ‘I would have killed all the Jews of the world, but I kept some to show the world why I killed them.”
SERIOUSLY SCARY! Despite horrifying antisemitic hate speech, Cleveland Police Officer Ismail Quran was rewarded by @CLEpolice with an “Officer of the Year” Award! Do you trust this officer to keep Jews safe? A MUST WATCH VIDEO!@JustinMBibb @216cpc pic.twitter.com/msNZWew601
— Canary Mission (@canarymission) June 16, 2022
According to screenshots shared by NGOs Canary Mission and Stop Antisemitism, the meme was in response to American basketball player Patrick Beverley, who was wishing luck to Israeli and former basketball player Omri Casspi.
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