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Post  polka23dot on Fri Dec 14, 2012 8:38 pm

"The United Nations itself is the leading global purveyor of anti-Semitism... The UN has launched a legal pogrom against the Jewish state." - Anne Bayefsky (professor at York University, Toronto, speaking at the UN Headquarters on September 8, 2014) source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0Z4mA2XrTY

The European Union and several countries have decided to no longer participate in UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) sessions that single out Israel as a violator of civil rights. source: www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/185963

Australian journalist Andrew Bolt explains Western anti-Semitism: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8GkE1EY_QA

anti-Semitic rage in the West: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewFW3EZsFIY

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antisemitism

Recent European polls resolved that “Israel is the greatest threat to global peace” source: http://frontpagemag.com/2012/joseph-puder/european-anti-semitism-and-the-jewish-state/

Western Europe is antisemitic: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/12790#.UQmLVPL3QYk

Israel has been losing ground in the UN, which has become a primary source of accusations that Israel is oppressing Arabs in general and Palestinians in general. Decades of Arab lobbying and corrupting oil money has turned the UN into a very anti-Israel organization. Outright anti-Semitism is now more acceptable and the most outrageous anti-Israel accusations are given serious consideration. The UN has always been a very corrupt organization and the Arabs have been exploiting that. It’s reached the point where if anyone wants a quick infusion of oil money (and many UN bureaucracies are chronically insolvent) just ask the Arabs. In return for some anti-Israeli theater, the money will appear. source: http://www.strategypage.com/qnd/israel/articles/20130131.aspx

Pink anti-Semitism is no different from brown anti-Semitism: http://www.algemeiner.com/2013/02/26/pink-anti-semitism-is-no-different-from-brown-anti-semitism/

On January 26, possibly for the first time ever since the end of World War Two, explicit anti-Semitic slogans were shouted during a large scale political demonstration in Paris. The incident was just a further indication that French Jews are not as secure today as they used to be a few years ago. Indeed, many French Jews have concluded they have no future in their country, and are leaving for Israel or North America. source: http://www.algemeiner.com/2014/02/09/the-jewish-exodus-from-france%E2%80%8E/

On May 24 in Brussels, Europe experienced one of its most violent anti-Semitic attacks in recent years. A man walked into the Jewish Museum of Belgium, pulled out an AK-47 and shot four people dead. The suspected murderer was arrested six days later. He is 29-year-old Mehdi Nemmouche, a French-born Muslim who allegedly just returned from Syria after fighting with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorist group. Such attacks may be rare, but the beatings, intimidations and verbal abuses of Jews are so common that they don’t reach headlines... The Anti-Defamation League (adl) published the results of a global survey of over 50,000 adults in over 100 different countries on May 13. The study concluded that 26 percent of the adult population of the world harbors anti-Semitic attitudes. That’s more than a billion adults worldwide. But in the English-speaking world, half that — 13 percent — have these attitudes. In the United States, it is 9 percent; the United Kingdom, 8 percent. In Europe, however, the rate is 24 percent. In Belgium and Germany, it is 27 percent. In France, it’s 37 percent... These statistics also prove conclusively that anti-Semitism is not simply a Muslim problem... In fact, the adl study concluded that 29 percent of Muslims in Western Europe are anti-Semitic—a rate only slightly higher than that of the general population. The study found that in Eastern Europe, Muslims are, on the whole, less anti-Semitic than the average person. Only 20 percent of them have anti-Semitic attitudes, compared to an overall prevalence of 34 percent. source: http://www.thetrumpet.com/article/11871.32366.166.0/

British police and Jewish leaders have counted more than 100 hate crimes targeting Jews in July alone... Anti-Semitism in France has been more intense and occasionally turned violent. Rioters attacked Jewish-owned stores on July 20 in the French town of Sarcelles, near Paris. Algerian demonstrators rioted in Paris, hurling chairs and other objects to protest Israel’s bombing of Gaza. Protesters attacked a synagogue in Paris and some chanted “Death to Jews.” In Germany, a Molotov cocktail was thrown through the window of the Bergische synagogue in Wuppertal, previously destroyed on Kristallnacht in 1938, last month. Slogans such as “Jew, coward pig, come out and fight alone,” and “Hamas, Hamas, Jews to the gas” have been used by pro-Palestinian protesters in demonstrations across Germany. source: http://www.algemeiner.com/2014/08/11/anti-semitic-muslim-protesters-chant-heil-hitler-in-london/

A leading British retailer has been forced to apologize after a shocking incident in which a security guard outside the store barred Jewish schoolchildren from entering. Children from Yavneh College high school in London were astonished when the guard blocked them from entering and said simply: "No Jews, no Jews," according to the Jewish Chronicle... A recent study by UK anti-Semitism watchdog the Community Security Trust (CST) showed that anti-Semitism in the first half of 2014 in Britain was a whopping 400% higher than the same period in 2013. source: www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/185135

Turkish Government’s Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTÜK)... fined Gün TV (Kurdish TV Channel) for showing a film (Pianist) that is telling the story of a Jewish pianist who survived concentration camps. source: http://tundratabloids.com/2014/09/turkish-governments-supreme-council-for-ra dio-and-television-fines-kurdish-tv-channel-for-airing-holocaust-film-the-pi anist.html

From the immigrant enclaves of the Parisian suburbs to the drizzly bureaucratic city of Brussels to the industrial heartland of Germany, Europe’s old demon returned this summer. “Death to the Jews!” shouted protesters at pro-Palestinian rallies in Belgium and France. “Gas the Jews!” yelled marchers at a similar protest in Germany. The ugly threats were surpassed by uglier violence. Four people were fatally shot in May at the Jewish Museum in Brussels. A Jewish-owned pharmacy in this Paris suburb was destroyed in July by youths protesting Israel’s military campaign in Gaza. A synagogue in Wuppertal, Germany, was attacked with firebombs. A Swedish Jew was beaten with iron pipes. The list goes on. The scattered attacks have raised alarm about how Europe is changing and whether it remains a safe place for Jews. An increasing number of Jews, if still relatively modest in total, are now migrating to Israel. Others describe “no go” zones in Muslim districts of many European cities where Jews dare not travel... “We are a microcosm of the Middle East,” said Philip Carmel, European policy director for the European Jewish Congress. “The Middle East is being imported into Europe.” source: www.nytimes.com/2014/09/24/world/europe/europes-anti-semitism-comes-out-of-shadows.html

A firebomb was thrown at a kosher Jewish restaurant in the 17th district of Paris at week's end. Several minutes earlier, some young Muslims who walked by the restaurant threatened the diners inside and called them “dirty Jews.” source: www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/187242#

Professor Abdel Sattar Qassem wrote an op-ed in Al Jazeera praising the murder of innocent Jews. Of course, the article is only in their Arabic site. source: elderofziyon.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/al-jazeera-op-ed-praises-synagogue.html

The world’s unrelenting focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is an injustice to tens of millions of victims of tyranny and terrorism in the Middle East. As we speak, Yazidis, Bahai, Kurds, Christians and Muslims are being executed and expelled by radical extremists at a rate of 1,000 people per month. How many resolutions did you pass last week to address this crisis? And how many special sessions did you call for? The answer is zero. What does this say about international concern for human life? Not much, but it speaks volumes about the hypocrisy of the international community. I stand before you to speak the truth. Of the 300 million Arabs in the Middle East and North Africa, less than half a percent are truly free – and they are all citizens of Israel. Israeli Arabs are some of the most educated Arabs in the world. They are our leading physicians and surgeons, they are elected to our parliament, and they serve as judges on our Supreme Court. Millions of men and women in the Middle East would welcome these opportunities and freedoms. Nonetheless, nation after nation, will stand at this podium today and criticize Israel – the small island of democracy in a region plagued by tyranny and oppression... Our conflict has never been about the establishment of a Palestinian state. It has always been about the existence of the Jewish state. Sixty seven years ago this week, on November 29, 1947, the United Nations voted to partition the land into a Jewish state and an Arab state. Simple. The Jews said yes. The Arabs said no. But they didn’t just say no. Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Lebanon launched a war of annihilation against our newborn state. This is the historical truth that the Arabs are trying to distort. The Arabs’ historic mistake continues to be felt – in lives lost in war, lives lost to terrorism, and lives scarred by the Arab’s narrow political interests. According to the United Nations, about 700,000 Palestinians were displaced in the war initiated by the Arabs themselves. At the same time, some 850,000 Jews were forced to flee from Arab countries. Why is it, that 67 years later, the displacement of the Jews has been completely forgotten by this institution while the displacement of the Palestinians is the subject of an annual debate? The difference is that Israel did its utmost to integrate the Jewish refugees into society. The Arabs did just the opposite. The worst oppression of the Palestinian people takes place in Arab nations. In most of the Arab world, Palestinians are denied citizenship and are aggressively discriminated against. They are barred from owning land and prevented from entering certain professions. And yet none – not one – of these crimes are mentioned in the resolutions before you... The European nations claim to stand for Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité – freedom, equality, and brotherhood – but nothing could be farther from the truth. I often hear European leaders proclaim that Israel has the right to exist in secure borders. That’s very nice. But I have to say – it makes about as much sense as me standing here and proclaiming Sweden’s right to exist in secure borders. When it comes to matters of security, Israel learned the hard way that we cannot rely on others – certainly not Europe. In 1973, on Yom Kippur – the holiest day on the Jewish calendar – the surrounding Arab nations launched an attack against Israel. In the hours before the war began, Golda Meir, our Prime Minister then, made the difficult decision not to launch a preemptive strike. The Israeli Government understood that if we launched a preemptive strike, we would lose the support of the international community. As the Arab armies advanced on every front, the situation in Israel grew dire. Our casualty count was growing and we were running dangerously low on weapons and ammunition. In this, our hour of need, President Nixon and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, agreed to send Galaxy planes loaded with tanks and ammunition to resupply our troops. The only problem was that the Galaxy planes needed to refuel on route to Israel. The Arab States were closing in and our very existence was threatened – and yet, Europe was not even willing to let the planes refuel. The U.S. stepped in once again and negotiated that the planes be allowed to refuel in the Azores. The government and people of Israel will never forget that when our very existence was at stake, only one country came to our aid – the United States of America. Israel is tired of hollow promises from European leaders. The Jewish people have a long memory. We will never ever forget that you failed us in the 1940s. You failed us in 1973. And you are failing us again today... Israel learned the hard way that listening to the international community can bring about devastating consequences. In 2005, we unilaterally dismantled every settlement and removed every citizen from the Gaza Strip. Did this bring us any closer to peace? Not at all. It paved the way for Iran to send its terrorist proxies to establish a terror stronghold on our doorstep. I can assure you that we won’t make the same mistake again. When it comes to our security, we cannot and will not rely on others – Israel must be able to defend itself by itself... Hamas’s genocidal charter calls for the destruction of Israel and the murder of Jews worldwide. For years, Hamas and other terrorist groups have sent suicide bombers into our cities, launched rockets into our towns, and sent terrorists to kidnap and murder our citizens... Children in most of the world grow up watching cartoons of Mickey Mouse singing and dancing. Palestinian children also grow up watching Mickey Mouse, but on Palestinians national television, a twisted figure dressed as Mickey Mouse dances in an explosive belt and chants “Death to America and death to the Jews...” Following the savage attack in a Jerusalem synagogue, celebrations erupted in Palestinian towns and villages. People were dancing in the street and distributing candy. Young men posed with axes, loudspeakers at mosques called out congratulations, and the terrorists were hailed as “martyrs” and “heroes.” This isn’t the first time that we saw the Palestinians celebrate the murder of innocent civilians. We saw them rejoice after every terrorist attack on Israeli civilians and they even took to the streets to celebrate the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center right here in New York City. source: http://www.factualisrael.com/full-transcript-video-israeli-ambassador-statement-unga-question-palestine/

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Re: Anti-Semitism

Post  polka23dot on Fri Dec 12, 2014 7:30 pm

The old saying that Europeans will never forgive the Jews for Auschwitz remains true: to get rid of their guilt, many Europeans have to find a way to declare that the Jews are guilty — of anything... As Muslim minorities have increased, Europe has moved closer to the Muslim worldview. The Europeans are frightened by the risk of Muslim riots in Europe, so they seem ready to sacrifice Israel as a way, they hope, of maintaining calm and not arousing Muslim anger. source: http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/4902/obama-legacy-europe-israel

Berkeley students react to ISIS and Israeli flags: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOHJ06bsSow

Napoleon's conquest of Europe brought with it the end of the ghettoes and the emancipation of the Jewish communities. The Jews could now attend universities, enter the liberal professions and commerce and excel in them, which added a new layer to the traditional religious anti-Semitism... In Europe... the Jewish community lives in fear and thousands have emigrated to Israel... The mayor of Rotterdam (Netherlands), M. Abutaleb from Morocco, was elected in 2009 and is still serving... (In his city, 80% of the Muslim population are on welfare.) The U.S. treasury is pouring money... borrowed from China, in the coffers of the Palestinian Authority and Hamas... To date, the U.S. has given the PA more than 5 billion dollars. Where did all this money go? It was reported that Abbas makes a million a month and that there are 1,700 millionaires in "poor Gaza." They are laughing at their benefactor all the way to the Swiss bank, having tricked and duped the "Great Satan." As the Arab proverb goes, "Eat the fruits, and curse those who gave them to you." source: http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2014/12/the_anatomy_of_a_scourge.html

Jewish organizations reacted harshly to last week’s failure by the European Parliament to establish a task force on anti-Semitism. source: http://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Anger-simmers-as-EU-Parliament-shoots-down-anti-Semitism-task-force-385417

Caroline Glick scolds Danish ambassador: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYojm0TRGPg

The Palestinian governments, both Hamas and Farah, encourage Moslems in the West to attack Jews near them. Because a lot of native Europeans are still anti-Semitic, the Moslems in Europe (most of them recent migrants) have been enthusiastic and frequent in their physical attacks on local Jews. This violence and intimidation largely goes unpunished... European governments loudly condemn this anti-Semitic violence but don’t actually do anything to halt it. source: http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htmurph/articles/20150119.aspx

New York City Councilman David G. Greenfield makes impromptu remarks on the floor of the council moments after Pro-Palestine activists protested the commemoration of 1.1 million people killed in Auschwitz. video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpGPzoaNVCU

Pat Condell - a special kind of hate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQjTLGgQV2w

Iran launches holocaust denial cartoon contest: www.msn.com/en-ca/news/world/iran-launches-holocaust-denial-cartoon-contest/ar-AA8TmkZ

Preacher at Al Aqsa Mosque to the Jews "We Shall Slaughter You Without Mercy": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhrQgqHVN8w

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