Category Archives: Anti-Semitism

Linda Sarsour Tells Muslim Crowd Not to ‘Humanize Oppressors’ of Palestine

“In my opinion, on an issue like Palestine, you gotta choose the side of the oppressed, Sarsour said. “And if you’re on the side of the oppressor, or you’re defending the oppressor, and you’re actually trying to humanize the oppressor, then that’s a problem, sisters and brothers, and we’ve gotta be able to say ‘That is not the position of the Muslim-American community.’”


Israeli-Born Rap Pioneer in Germany Explains How Antisemitism Drove Him From Music Scene He Helped Create

“In 2006, I had an appearance in Berlin-Kreuzberg at the demonstration for the first of May,” Salomo recalled. “Immediately after my performance, Deso Dogg, a Berlin gangster rapper who professed radical Islam and moved to Syria to join the ISIS ‘jihad,’ stepped onto the stage and grabbed a Hezbollah flag from his backpack. When the more than 2,000 people in front of the stage saw this, they broke out in a frenetic jubilation.”

Continued Salomo: “That was really scary and made me doubt the integrity of this hip-hop scene for the first time.”

No kidding.


At a time when anti-Semitism is on the rise, why do prominent black anti-Semites get a pass?

If anything, you’d think that black Americans might choose to walk a mile in Jews’ shoes. The two ethnicities, after all, share a common bond of persecution.

Yet, as conservative commentator Larry Elder, himself a black man, pointed out in 2002, a survey commissioned by the Anti-Defamation League “found blacks three to four times more likely than non-blacks to be anti-Semitic.” 


Trudeau funded UNRWA Makes Anti-Semitic Top Ten List

Wiesenthal Center List of 2018’s Worst Antisemitic Outrages

…Wiesenthal classified the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) as number five on its list because UNRWA activities are “Enablers of Hamas’ massive child abuse with a ‘peace’ curriculum that erases Israel.”

The Islamic terrorist entity Hamas “effectively controls the UNRWA teachers’ union and teachers resort to social media to promote terrorism against Israelis and to ‘stab Zionist dogs,”’ wrote the center.

“To its credit, the US stopped further payments to UNRWA, but Germany, Japan and other nations rushed in with increased donations.”

Trudeau’s Liberal Party actually stole additional tax payer dollars to increase funding for this UN sham – Canada Giving $50M To UNRWA After Trump White House Pulls Funding


Those European refugees in Israel

“Europe is over”, Mark Lewis told Israeli Channel 10 after landing with his partner Mandy Blumenthal at Tel Aviv airport. “People killed in museums in Belgium, people killed in schools in France, people attacked in England. There is only one place where Jews can go”, added Lewis. And that place is Israel.

Lewis, 54, is one of the UK’s leading lawyers. A few days later, another Labor Party official was suspended for comments on social media in which he accused the Jews of orchestrating world conflicts. Mohammed Yasin, head of Corbyn’s Labor in the West Midlands, had written that “Jews are responsible for all wars in the world”.


The Left and the Jews: A Tale of Three Countries

First in a series on the American left: Will left-wing anti-Zionists and anti-Semites in America succeed in hollowing out the traditional liberal left in the United States, as they have in Britain and France?

In the early spring of this year, an angry dispute broke out in the United Kingdom between the mainstream Jewish communal organizations and the leader of the radical left, currently head of the Labour Party, who is Jeremy Corbyn; and a couple of days later, a roughly similar dispute broke out in France between the equivalent French Jewish organization and Corbyn’s counterpart on the French left, who is Jean-Luc Mélenchon; and the double outbreak suggested a trend, which raises a question. It is about America and the Democratic Party. To wit: When the delegates to the Democratic National Convention assemble less than two years from now, will the showdown between centrists and progressives that everyone expects actually occur? Will a few zealots of anti-Zionism take their place among the progressives? Will they push their way to the microphone, and will they send mad orations beaming outward to the American public, calling for the elimination of an entire country? And will the mad orations lead to grisly chants and an occasional outbreak of medieval superstition, hither and yon? In short, will the same miserable battle that has torn apart large portions of the European left spread to America, not just on a miniature scale (which has already happened), but full blast, with national consequences? This is not a silly question.

If you cultivate the Islamic vote as all our political parties do then anti-semitism is inevitable. It will be subtle at first, as in the Liberal party’s funding to “Palestinian” terrorists under the guise of “humanitarianism” and restoring Canada’s position as an “honest broker” in the Middle East. Soon, very soon as we have seen, the Khalid’s of the world will have infiltrated. It only gets worse.


Belgian Football Fans Spotted Singing About Burning Jews

The clip, published by the local newspaper La Derniere Heure, has put Brugge FC under fire as dozens of their fans were caught singing in Flemish: “My father was in the commandos, my mother was in the SS, together they burned Jews cause Jews burn the best”. The video was filmed on 26 August in the popular tourist city when they celebrated after their club beat the Belgian capital’s Anderlecht.


Project combating anti-Semitism defaced with Palestinian flag

A memorial created to raise awareness about anti-Semitism on one college campus in California was challenged with pro-Palestine graffiti and insignia last week.

In response to the horrific attacks on Jewish worshipers at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh in October, students at Pomona College in Claremont, Calif., decided to work together to create a painted memorial acknowledging the existence of anti-Semitism on college campuses. The memorial was painted on Pomona’s Walker Wall, a “free speech wall” where students frequently paint various messages


The New York Times Just Published an Unqualified Recommendation for an Insanely Anti-Semitic Book

Over the weekend, the New York Times Book Review published a full-length interview with Alice Walker, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Color Purple. The very first question: “What books are on your nightstand?” Walker replied with four, the second of which was:

“And the Truth Shall Set You Free,” by David Icke. In Icke’s books there is the whole of existence, on this planet and several others, to think about. A curious person’s dream come true.

This passed without comment from the New York Times interviewer, and the publication passed it on to the readers without qualification. This is rather remarkable because the book is an unhinged anti-Semitic conspiracy tract written by one of Britain’s most notorious anti-Semites.

h/t MP


The secret shame of the Women’s March

For months, the Women’s March has been reeling over accusations that its leaders have tolerated anti-Semitism and anti-gay bigotry — and those charges increasingly come from within.

The group has seen nearly two years of glowing media portrayals and gushing support from the likes of New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who hailed it as “the most inspiring and transformational movement I’ve ever witnessed in politics.”


Why are Jewish people ‘wandering’ again?

Sometimes in the middle of grand political events – including grand political cock-ups – the story of one individual stands out and speaks for more than itself. Such a moment occurred last week with decision of one British man and his partner to leave the UK.

Mark Lewis (54) is not a household name. Although as one of Britain’s leading experts in media and libel law, plenty of the events of his life and career have intersected with moments of public interest. Lewis was the lawyer representing some of the most prominent victims in the News International phone-hacking scandal. His clients included the family of the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler and also the singer Charlotte Church. More recently, he represented the food-writer Jack Munroe in her successful libel case against Katie Hopkins.


The goal: No Jews in Europe and no Jewish State in the Middle East

So 40 per cent of European Jews have considered leaving their countries over the past five years, according to a new poll conducted by the EU agency for fundamental rights, which highlighted the growing concern among Jewish communities in Europe, with almost 90 per cent of Jews saying that anti-Semitism has increased since 2013.

“Decades after the Holocaust, shocking and mounting levels of anti-Semitism continue to plague the EU”, Michael O’Flaherty, the director of the European agency, said in a statement. “Jewish people have the right to live freely, without hate and without fear for their safety”. Nice words. But that is exactly the point.


‘Anti-Semitism coming predominantly from Muslim communities’

Public Security Minister Erdan meets Italian Deputy PM.

…Minister Erdan expressed his appreciation for “everything that Italy does to preserve the memory of the Holocaust, especially through an educational system,” noting that it is vital to act against any form of anti-Semitism. “It must be recognized that a large part of the anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism in Europe comes from the new Muslim communities throughout the continent, and we must combat this phenomenon,” Erdan told Salvini.


British politics has worst record for antisemitism in Europe, poll says

Nearly a third of Jews in UK say they are thinking of emigrating out of fears for their safety

Four out of five Jews in the UK believe antisemitism is a major problem in British politics, the worst record within the EU, and nearly a third are considering leaving Britain out of fears for their safety, according to the world’s largest survey of Jewish people.

The report from the EU’s agency on fundamental rights has found antisemitic hatred and discrimination on the rise across Europe, with attitudes in France, Germany, Belgium and Poland said to be the most disturbing.

The survey of 16,300 Jewish people in Europe found that almost a third avoid attending events or visiting Jewish sites because they do not feel safe.