The termination of a ‘glamorous’ Citibank employee occurred as a result of her disgusting anti-Semitic post on Instagram in the wake of the Hamas terror assaults.
After defending Hitler and the Holocaust in a since-deleted post on her profile, 25-year-old Nozima Husainova stirred some controversy. The bank stated on Thursday (Oct 19) that the CUNY Brooklyn College graduate lost her employment as a result of the criticism to her comment.
The 25-year-old posted a joyful face emoji along with the statement, “No wonder why Hitler wanted to get rid of them all,” in response to a post on the Gaza hospital bombing that Israel has disputed. A Citibank representative called Husainova’s remarks “revolting” and stated that hate speech would not be accepted at their bank.
“We terminated the employment of the person who made the revolting antisemitic comment on social media. We condemn antisemitism and all hate speech and do not tolerate it in our bank,” a spokesman told the Daily Mail.
“We are investigating this matter and taking appropriate disciplinary action, We strongly condemn antisemitism and other hate speech,” the bank said in a tweet.
Husainova majored in finance in June 2021 after five years at the college in New York’s Bedford Avenue.
Her now-deleted LinkedIn profile suggests she is in her second year with the Wall Street bank whose parent company Citigroup employs 240,000 people across the world.