Norwegian medical student Marie Andersen has attempted to defend her anti-Semitic poster as she insisted it was about the "Israeli government" while it showed the Star of David being binned next to the words “keep the world clean”.
Ms Andersen, a medical student from Norway, attempted to defend her anti-Semitic sign during an interview at the pro-Palestine march in Warsaw.
Stylized in the form of a waste disposal advert, a stick figure is seen putting the primary symbol of Judaism, and the central icon on the flag of Israel, into rubbish amid a Palestinian march.
The top and bottom of the drawing was painted blue, like the Israeli flag.
Speaking in an interview with Nexta, the medical student was pressed on her poster and its suggestion that the world should be 'kept clean' of Jews.
Ms. Andersen also voiced her support for Hamas to protect themselves, whatever that means and almost admitted their attack on Israel was ethnic cleansing before reversing herself during the interview.