Revealed: The anti-Semite tearing down posters of kidnapped children who has featured in Vogue and held an art exhibition at Fitzrovia Gallery
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A pro-Palestinian activist who tore down posters of kidnapped Israeli children has featured in Vogue and held an art exhibition at the Fitzrovia Gallery, it emerged today.

Picasso-inspired Italian artist Anna Laurini was caught on video saying she was ‘cleaning the s*** off the street’ as she tore down posters kidnapped Israeli children in North LondonShe then allegedly made an anti-Semitic remark at a passerby.

She was accused of making several anti Semitic posts in an article by the Jewish Chronicle.

These included a post of a swastika linking Italian Covid rules to the Nazis and a post warning against the ‘JQ’, or ‘Jewish Question’, which is what the Nazis wanted to solve with their ‘Final Solution’ of genocide against the Jews.

The paper also accused her of sharing a post suggesting Israel was involved in 9/11

In response to the allegations, she told the JC: ‘I cannot now recall the content of the postings that you claimed I share on social media [sic].’

She added that the account where those posts appeared ‘closed down over two years ago’ and the comments ‘do not represent’ her views.

Footage shows Anna Laurini (pictured) ripping the posters of hostages held by Hamas off the bridge wall in Primrose Hill while shouting 'clean the street, clean this s***'

Footage shows Anna Laurini (pictured) ripping the posters of hostages held by Hamas off the bridge wall in Primrose Hill while shouting ‘clean the street, clean this s***’

Last night, Laurini was filmed tearing down the posters by Jewish journalist Ami Kaufman

He was on his way home when he saw her and asked her why she was destroying the posters

Last night, Laurini was filmed tearing down the posters by Jewish journalist Ami Kaufman, who was on his way home when he saw her and asked her why she was destroying the posters

The pro-Palestinian activist who tore down posters of kidnapped Israeli children has featured in Vogue and held an art exhibition at the Fitzrovia Gallery

The pro-Palestinian activist who tore down posters of kidnapped Israeli children has featured in Vogue and held an art exhibition at the Fitzrovia Gallery

MailOnline has not seen original versions of the posts.

In the background of her studio, one artwork can be seen with the phrase ‘Boycott Israhell’, as well as suggestions of antivax links between vaccines and micro chips.  

The anti-Semite told Vogue in a 2017 feature that her work is ‘relatable’ and said ‘people often tell me that my work resonates with their mood’.

Meanwhile, website described her art as ‘dynamic and bold’ and that her ‘underlying femininity permeates her prolific body of work’. 

She said wanted people ‘to feel at home, to feel welcome, comforted and reassured’ when viewing her art.

She told Yield Gallery: ‘I believe art should have a positive message, especially these days where everything seems to have taken an unhealthy attitude, we need more beauty more harmony and more love.’

Images on the wall of her art studio show one of her works with the phrase 'boycott Israhell'

Images on the wall of her art studio show one of her works with the phrase ‘boycott Israhell’ 

Laurini (pictured) shouted: 'Are you Zionist? Are you Zionist? Are you pro genocide? Are you killing all the children?'

Laurini (pictured) shouted: ‘Are you Zionist? Are you Zionist? Are you pro genocide? Are you killing all the children?’

Seemingly agitated, Laurini continued to tear down more posters, reiterating she was 'cleaning the street'

Mr Kaufman urged: 'These are innocent people,' but the pro-Palestine activist only screamed back: 'No, they are not'

Seemingly agitated, Laurini continued to tear down more posters, reiterating she was ‘cleaning the street’. Mr Kaufman urged: ‘These are innocent people,’ but the pro-Palestine activist only screamed back: ‘No, they are not.’

Last night, Laurini was filmed tearing down the posters by Jewish journalist Ami Kaufman, who was on his way home when he saw her and asked her why she was destroying the posters.

Laurini shouted at him in reply: ‘Are you Zionist? Are you Zionist? Are you pro genocide? Are you killing all the children?’

Seemingly agitated, Laurini continued to tear down more posters, reiterating she was ‘cleaning the street’. 

Mr Kaufman urged: ‘These are innocent people,’ but the pro-Palestine activist only screamed back: ‘No, they are not.’

The journalist posted the video to X, formerly known as Twitter, and wrote: ‘I’m walking home in London, get off at Chalk Farm, and see a woman tearing down posters. 

‘”I’m doing this to clean the street. Clean the s***.” Then, when I put my phone down, she turned to me and said: “Ah, look at your nose. I see your nose.” I cried the rest of the way home.’

On her Instagram account, Laurini has posted in support of Palestine, with many of her posts condemning Israel. 

The Metropolitan Police confirmed it was probing the shocking video taken in Kentish Town, Camden, as they warned: ‘There is no place in London for hate.’

MailOnline has contacted Anna Laurini for comment.  



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