Michigan Assistant Attorney General Zena Ozeir “perpetuates hatred toward Jews,” according to the Anti-Defamation League of Michigan.

The organization on Tuesday called for Attorney General Dana Nessel to launch a “full investigation” into Ozeir to “make it clear (the AG’s office) protects the rights of all its citizens under the U.S. and Michigan Constitutions and does not support anti-Jewish hate speech,” according to a statement cited by The Detroit News.

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“We are alarmed to learn that Assistant Attorney General Zena Ozeir appears to have deployed hateful language, not only against the State of Israel, but also the United States and anyone who supports Israel’s right to exist,” the statement read. “This rhetoric is as dangerous as it is deplorable and perpetuates hatred toward Jews at a time when anti-Semitic incidents are surging across the nation.”

The statement is in response to a meme Ozeir shared on her Instagram page on March 24 about Israel’s March 18 raid on the Al-Shifa hospital, where Hamas was operating command centers.

“Accounts of the most abhorrent violence against Palestinian women by the genocidal forces,” the meme read. “Every accusation made by the Zionist entity is an admission. F— them, f— America, f— genocide apologists.

“F— anyone who peddles Zionist propaganda or gives any legitimacy to their criminal enterprise of a ‘country.’”

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Ozeir, who goes by “zena_warrior_,” posted under the meme: “No analysis. Just rage,” The News reports.

The fallout from the post is the latest in an ongoing protest movement aimed at pressuring President Joe Biden into calling for a permanent ceasefire in Hamas’ war against Israel and to halt all military aid to the US’ ally.

Biden recently visited Detroit for a campaign stop at the NAACP Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner, where Detroit Police detained and issued misdemeanor citations to 10 pro-Hamas protestors, WJBK reports.

Ozeir, a member of the U.S. Palestinian Community Network, described her experience at the protest in video posted by the organization to X on May 21.

“Yesterday USPCN member Zena Ozeir spoke at a press conference concerning the aggression that was deployed against protestors by the Detroit PD during a protest against @POTUS #GenocideJoe’s visit to the city,” the post read. “Following the protest, police surrounded Zena and her group and then proceeded to arrest 6 protesters, one of which was unjustly tased.”

“Let me be clear, we as a movement will not be deterred from opposing the policies of the Biden administration because the cost to Palestinians is much too great,” Ozeir said in the video.

The cost for Ozeir could be her job.

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office announced Tuesday it will investigate Ozeir’s “inappropriate and disturbing” social media post highlighted by the ADL.

“Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention,” Nessel’s office wrote in a statement cited by The News. “The social media post is inappropriate and disturbing. We are reviewing and will respond accordingly.”

The investigation comes as Nessel is campaigning on behalf of Biden, most recently in front of a “Stop Trump” sign in a Lansing coffee shop, where she focused on efforts to expand abortion.

The protest movement, meanwhile, has continued to gain traction since U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Detroit, convinced more than 100,000 Michigan Democratic primary voters to cast their ballots as “uncommitted” during the February primary.

The “uncommitted” movement and related “Abandon Biden” campaign has since swelled to well over 500,000 voters, securing numerous delegates vowing to oppose the president’s nomination at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in August.