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Josh Giddey’s representative, Daniel Moldovan, lost his position as an executive vice president at the Octagon agency because he voiced disapproval of a widely circulated post expressing support for Palestinian terrorists.

Moldovan specifically criticized the pro-Palestinian content shared on BLM Chicago’s X account, previously known as Twitter, and also posted on Instagram.

The now-removed post, dated October 10, featured a figure paragliding with a Palestinian flag, accompanied by the caption “I STAND WITH PALESTINE.”

A community alert highlighted that, just three days earlier, more than 260 individuals lost their lives in an attack by Hamas terrorists who employed paragliders during the Tribe of Nova music festival in southern Israel.

“72 hours after terrorists paraglided into a music festival and slaughtered 260 young people. This is how BLM chose to symbolize where their support lies,” Moldovan is said to have written. “F— BLM and anybody who supports them.”