After surviving a brutal machete attack a decade ago, Kay Wilson took on a new foe this week, battling Twitter censors who tried to stop her from speaking out against Palestinian terror.
Twitter tried to silenced Wilson around 2 a.m. Tuesday after she thanked UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in advance for his plan to stop funding the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) Martyrs Fund, which pays terrorists who kill and maim innocent civilians, like Wilson.
The post that caught Twitter’s attention included a photo of Wilson’s life-threatening injuries after a Palestinian terrorist hacked her with a machete in an attack that claimed the life of Wilson’s friend, Kristine Luken.
After the attack, with enormous determination, Wilson miraculously stumbled to a road, barefoot, bleeding, with broken bones, a punctured lung, gagged, and with bound hands. A passerby found Wilson, after which doctors at Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem saved her life.
“I try to stop funding from Western governments, especially the UK, from giving millions of dollars to the PA that, in turn, pays terrorists,” Wilson told UWI. “This encourages terrorism.”
Hvor mange millioner kroner hælder vi årligt i pæstilenserne?