He said on social media: "So our Football Association loves to present their manners, their pride, doing the right thing all the time.
"So the arch at Wembley it puts up the French flag when France is under attack, the Turkish attack when they are under attack, the Ukraine flag when they were under attack and, of course, when the World Cup was going on in Qatar, the LGBTQ+ flag went up.
"Because we're good people, we're nice people, we're great people.
"Until it comes to the Jews. And then no one cares because they refuse to put up the Israel flag, despite what Hamas has done there over the course of the past five days.
"This is pure cowardice.
"They're obviously worried about the local population, living in that area.
"And all of it says one thing.
"All this wonderful talk we have about diversity, how wonderful it is, well if this is multi-culturalism, if we're so scared of these extremists that celebrate terror on the streets of London then we're in a bad place.
"I'm sorry to the FA, you can take the knee all you like.
"But this makes you total, utter hypocrites."
Before the match between Liverpool and Everton, Egyptian star Mohamed Salah called for an end to the conflict.
“It is not always easy to speak in a time like this," said the forward.
"There has been too much violence and too much heartbreak and brutality.
“The escalations in recent weeks is unbearable to witness. All lives are sacred and must be protected.