Dahlia S. Wasfi, Anti-Zionist Crusader
Or, it just wouldn't be a Troofer Conference without the requisite Jew-bashing conspiracy theory:
It takes her awhile to warm to her subject, but it's clear that the crowd loves it once she gets to the Zionist stuff (about 6:25 into the video). Note that she repeats some of the sillier tropes of the anti-Israel crowd, like the BS about "the Nile to the Euphrates" phrase appearing on the wall of the Knesset. This is a persistent myth, even mentioned in the Wikipedia Entry on the Flag of Israel.
Persistent critic of Israel and Zionism Israel Shahak is equally explicit. In his The Zionist Plan for the Middle East he states
A good example is the very persistent belief in the non-existent writing on the wall of the Knesset of the Biblical verse about the Nile and the Euphrates. Another example is the persistent, and completely false declarations, which were made by some of the most important Arab leaders, that the two blue stripes of the Israeli flag symbolize the Nile and the Euphrates, while in fact they are taken from the stripes of the Jewish praying shawl (Talit).
In Part II, she ignores the actual history to tell us that Israel "invaded" the Sinai and the Golan Heights, conveniently omitting for the sake of her narrative that the Egyptians had massed 1,000 tanks and 100,000 soldiers on the border of Israel, in preparation for their own invasion, or that the Golan Heights were used by Syria to bombard Israeli settlements.