Category Archives: Islam and hatred of Israel

Linda Sarsour’s Outright Dishonest Defense Against Accusations of Antisemitism

Following the Women’s March pathetic statement supposedly denouncing antisemitism, their co-founder Linda Sarsour has finally penned a defense against accusations she herself is a Jew hater.

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The Jews of the North Africa under Muslim Rule

Exile in the Maghreb, co-authored by the great historian David G. Littman and Paul B. Fenton, is an ambitious tome contradicting the myth of how breezy it was for Jews to live in their homelands in the Middle East and North Africa when they came under Muslim rule.

“Ever since the Middle Ages,” the book jarringly illustrates, “anti-Jewish persecution has been endemic to Muslim North Africa.”

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The Ticking Time Bomb of Islamic Jew-hatred in the USA

Liberals were recently out in force in Pittsburgh, their ignorance on full display, as they blamed President Donald Trump for the millennia old Jew hatred that had found another acolyte in Robert Bowers, who shot and killed 11 praying Jews at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.

Jew hatred exists on the right, the left and is the raison d’etre of Islamists, but out of the three, Jewish liberals only protest right wing Jew hatred. They usually have nothing to say about Muslim Jew hatred, even though it is being carefully cultivated and stoked in mosques across the US. Islamic Jew-hatred is a time bomb waiting to go off, but that does not seem to bother liberal American Jews very much.

h/t MARVIN

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You mean they’re not already proficient? Muslim Migrants in Germany Need Anti-Semitism Classes – Council of Jews

The call for extra integration classes for migrants from the Middle East comes ahead of the 80th anniversary of “Kristallnacht” – a notorious pogrom during which Jewish homes and businesses were destroyed with the connivance of the Nazi authorities.

In an interview with Jüdische Allgemeine, the vice president of Germany’s Central Council of Jews, Abraham Lehrer, called for additional classes for migrants coming to Germany from Islamic societies in order to curb anti-Semitism.

Lehrer noted that most Muslims coming to Europe had been brought up in a society that expresses open hatred towards Jews and denies Israel’s right to exist. According to him, this anti-Semitism won’t just go away, but would return when migrants have fully settled down.

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Muslim politician in Sweden asked to resign after it’s exposed that he wants to kill the leaders of the US and Israel

The news website Samhällsnytt recently revealed how Al-Ganas has expressed anti-Semitic views and derogatory comments towards women, has strong Islamic views, wants to kill the leaders of the US and Israel and has questionable loyalties to the country in which he lives.

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Toronto police investigating after Jewish school targeted with Islamic diversity

Toronto police investigating after Jewish school targeted with graffiti

Toronto police are investigating after a Jewish day school was targeted with graffiti over the Thanksgiving weekend.

The messages were found Tuesday morning scrawled at the south campus of Leo Baeck Day School in the area of Eglinton Avenue and Allen Road.

Toronto police said one sign read “Free Palestine” while another read “Long Live Palestine” and said they are investigating the graffiti as an act of mischief.

No one among our political and chattering classes will dare admit that anti-semitism is bred in the bones of Islam.

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Anti-Semitism ‘Invented to Prevent Criticism of Jews’ – Malaysian PM

In 2013, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad appeared to urge the wiping out of all Jews and cited as an example the Holocaust.

Anti-Semitism is an artificial construct created to stop people from criticizing Jews for any wrongdoing, making them the only race that is beyond reproach, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said in an interview with the Associated Press on Monday

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‘They Spit When I Walked in the Street’: The ‘New Anti-Semitism’ in France

PARIS — The solemn boulevards and quiet side streets of the 17th Arrondissement in Paris suggest Jewish life in France is vibrant: There is a new profusion of kosher groceries and restaurants, and about 15 synagogues, up from only a handful two decades ago.

But for residents like Joanna Galilli, this area in northwestern Paris represents a tactical retreat. It has become a haven for many Jews who say they have faced harassment in areas with growing Muslim populations. Ms. Galilli, 28, moved to the neighborhood this year from a Parisian suburb where “anti-Semitism is pretty high,” she said, “and you feel it enormously.”

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Southern Poverty Law Center Ignores Muslim Anti-Semitism, Warns About Danger to Muslims From Holocaust Denial

On Saturday, the left-wing smear organization the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) attacked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for suggesting that some forms of Holocaust denial could be acceptable on Facebook. Tragically, the left-wing group did not mention a key source of Holocaust denial: anti-Israel sentiment, and anti-Semitism among Muslims. Instead, the SPLC expressed fear that Holocaust denial might hurt American Muslims.

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Swedish broadcaster deletes piece on Muslim antisemitism after threats

Stockholm – Swedish national broadcaster SVT has unpublished an opinion piece penned by a person attached to the Stockholm Jewish Assembly after the author and his family were threatened with violence, the Swedish news outlet Samhällsnytt has reported.

In the article, the writer criticized Center party leader Annie Lööf and the Swedish media for focusing on alleged Nazi antisemitism in connection with the her speech at Almedalen Week, a political gathering. She claims to have been disrupted by booing right-wing extremists. The author argued that today the Jew-hating Muslims constituted a more palpable threat for Swedish Jews than Nazis. The piece bore the self-explanatory headline “Nazism is not the greatest threat to Jews” and pointed out a “deeply indoctrinated hatred” among many Muslims.

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Germany: Police punch anti-Semitic assault victim by mistake

BERLIN (AP) — German police say a 50-year-old Israeli professor was set upon by a German man with Palestinian roots who hit the victim’s kippa off his head and shoved him while yelling, “No Jew in Germany.”

Police in the city of Bonn said the assault happened in a park on Wednesday afternoon. A police statement says the professor’s companion reported it, but the officers who arrived knocked the professor to the ground and hit him in the face, initially mistaking the victim for the perpetrator.

Bonn Police Chief Ursula Brohl-Sowa met with the professor on Thursday to apologize for the officers’ mistake.

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The real Modern anti-Semitism

A Brezhnev-era joke asked whether it was a crime to say that the party chairman was an idiot. The answer was yes, because it’s a state secret. For those who miss Soviet-era humor, French President Emmanuel Macron has provided some consolation, by firing the French ambassador to Budapest for observing in a private memorandum that the president of Hungary is not an anti-Semite. Evidently that is a state secret in France.

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French watchdog accuses Muslim leader of incitement

(JTA) — A prominent watchdog group on anti-Semitism in France filed a police complaint against a leading Muslim community leader for alleged incitement to hatred of Jews.

The National Bureau for Vigilance Against Anti-Semitism, or BNVCA, filed the complaint Thursday against Dalil Boubakeur, rector of the Great Mosque of Paris and the president of the French Council of the Muslim Faith, BNVCA said in a statement.

The unusual move against Boubakeur, a highly respected representative of French Muslims, follows his defense Monday of an imam from Toulouse who was filmed speaking during a sermon about Israel’s demise and a war in which Muslims would kill Jews.

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French court sentences ‘ignorant’ anti-Semitic Muslim attackers

The court gave the three men sentences of eight, 13 and 16 years for the crime they carried out in the Creteil suburb of Paris in 2014.

A 22-year-old who made comments including “for my brothers in Palestine,” and suggesting they should “gas” their victims during the attack, before destroying all the Jewish images in the apartment, is still on the run. He was sentenced in absentia.

The 26-year-old and 23-year-old co-accused were in court for the sentencing. They have already been detained for four years.

Defense lawyer Marie Dose told the court in Val-de-Marne, southeast of the French capital on Friday: “They are not anti-Semitic, they are ignorant. They are swimming in gross stupidity.”

Gross stupidity = Islam

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