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Shira Goldman noticed the sticker when she opened up the novel 'Israel: A Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth' by Noa Tishby.
Multiple stickers with fake barcodes read 'Free Palastine'- the incorrect spelling of Palestine- were stuck to pages all throughout the book.
Tishby took to X (formally known as Twitter) and said that she was in contact with Amazon Books who told her that 'they're making sure this doesn't happen again'.
A spokesman for Amazon soon told Times Now that the employee that defaced the book was identified and fired for their actions.
Goldman's copy (pictured) of ' Israel : A Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country on Earth' that she purchased on Amazon was defaced with pro-Palestine stickers all over
The author of the novel, Noa Tishby (pictured) posted about the incident on social media and called it 'unacceptable' and reached out to Amazon herself
Amazon sent Goldman a fresh copy of the book and said that they identified the employee who defaced the original copy and fired them
Goldman then went on to share the shocking experience with her friends and family before she took to Facebook, where many Jewish mom groups flocked to the comments.
Members of the Tribe Parenting and Mothers Against College Antisemitism were among those that reacted to Goldman's terrifying discovery.
Since the Israel-Hamas war broke out on October 7, members of these groups have come together as a