The Anti-Defamation League’s Fake News About The JCC Bomb Threats

On March 23, Israeli police arrested a U.S.-born, Israeli teenager for sending hundreds of bomb threats to Jewish Community Centers across the world. The police stated that FBI and the Lahav 433 Israeli cyber unit found that the Ashkelon-based teen placed dozens of threats across the United States, New Zealand, and Australia. The boy had been deemed mentally ill before; the Israel Defense Forces had deemed him unfit for mandatory service.

  • Ron MacDonald
    • Waffle

      Perhaps it’s just my imagination or perhaps i’m just a paranoid Jew, but every time there’s a thread on anti-semitism you try to change the subject. Why don’t you start your own blog?

      • Ron MacDonald

        You’re paranoid.

        • Waffle

          And you sir, are extremely rude. If you have a thread idea, you can always send the Catman an email. If he uses it, he’ll give you credit.

          • Hi Waffle, OT but I was hoping you would comment cause I just found out my e-mail address no longer functions — it has gone to a new provider, pay only. No warning — and the buggers took my e-mails and contact list with them! Hence I can’t correspond — don’t have your address anymore either. (not that I was a faithful correspondent but I thought you should know that my old address is probably owned by someone else, a paying customer of the new company. I’ll have to find a way to get my new e-mail address to you).

          • Waffle

            Hey! Thanks for getting in touch — BCF has my contact info.

          • Thanks. I’ll update my new one with them as well.

          • Ron MacDonald

            He’s used lots of my leads over past 4 years, I’m also not antisemitic. My wife is part Jewish, I have Jewish relatives and my grandparents lived in a Montreal Jewish neighborhood for over 60 years. My father’s eldest sister spoke Yiddish.

          • Waffle

            I said you were rude, not antisemitic. I merely observed that it seems very strange that every time antisemitism is discussed you try to change the subject. It’s happened several times recently.

  • Sad. Seems that today the Anti-Defamation League is thoroughly infiltrated with people whose only purpose is, ironically, to engage in defamation. It took many years, but influence from dictators around the world has finally achieved its purpose: Turning practically every Human Rights organization around the globe into systemic human rights violators, instead of defenders of freedom and democracy.

    I remember I tried using the services of the ADL a number of years ago at a Jewish community centre in Winnipeg (not that I’m Jewish but because I considered them the foremost experts on the subject of defamation and I wanted to be better informed — I experienced years of criminal harassment in Canada that seemed political and couldn’t figure out who was behind it). Long story short, the ADL people seemed to have their heads in the clouds — I wasn’t any more enlightened after my visit than I was before. It wouldn’t surprise me if these people are totally out of touch today with the reality on the ground.

    • They have become a wing of the Democratic party, really just another left wing NGO.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    The “Professional Jews” that run outfits like the ADL find overt instances of antisemitism a very useful fundraising vehicle, and in the absence of legitimate antisemitism they are not above creating some of their own.

    • Alain

      Indeed – “professional Jews” says it all. Of course they never see actual anti-Semitism that Islam brings. It is always some fantom neo-Nazi hiding in the closet. Shame on them.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        This is the same ADL that spent the last 4-months of the 2016 election hinting and implying that Donald Trump was code for antisemitism.
        Screw them.
        They are all artifacts of the left.