Haaretz Hamas Supporter Attacks Organization of Holocaust Survivors

Amira Hass is practically Haaretz’ designated Hamas spokeswoman. And considering that Haaretz is the left’s Always Blame Israel outlet, that is saying a lot.

Hass has repeatedly written sympathetic pieces about the genocidal anti-Semitic terrorist organization whose members often revere Hitler and even illegally snuck into Gaza to manufacture more propaganda pieces. But like many Israeli leftists, Hass also trades on a family connection to the Holocaust, even as she does her best to empower those Islamofascists whose covenant includes a call for another final Holocaust.

This time Hass  (whose last name in German means ‘hatred’) chose to attack an organization of the children of Holocaust survivors and its founder.

I have participated in events by Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and met its Doris Wise Montrose, which leads me to be even more disgusted by Amira Hass’ attack on CJHS. While Hass argues the cause of a genocidal group like Hamas, Doris Wise Montrose works tirelessly to prevent another Holocaust by Hitler’s Islamist allies.

The existence of the article proves that if nothing else, Amira Hass is desperately short of material. Even the Israeli left is running out of ways to depict Israel as a bloodthirsty monster gorging itself on Palestinian suffering. Even a dedicated hack like Hass has to struggle to find an outlet for the hatred for everything Jewish that burns inside her. A hatred that no amount of pro-terrorist propaganda can slake.

Responding to Hass’ hatred, Doris Wise Montrose wrote,

“Amira Hass, a reporter for the leftwing Israeli newspaper Haaretz, has blasted Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors over the group’s opposition to the appointment of Chuck Hagel as U.S. Secretary of Defense. Describing CJHS’s website as an “ostensible Holocaust website,” the reporter criticized the CJHS logo for being too-heavy handed and then linked the group to among other things “Republicans’ apocalyptic war against Hagel.”

“While it might be considered unusual for a reporter caught publishing anti-Israel lies to lecture others on ethics,” said CJHS founder and president Doris Wise Montrose, referencing a May 2010 scandal in which Hass was forced to recant a report accusing Israel of expelling a Palestinian youth from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip, “and while the tone of Hass’s piece might be considered unprofessional and grating,” she continued, alluding to the use of sarcasm and feigned shock throughout the article, “it’s important to stay focused on the substance of this debate.”

“Hass didn’t actually address anything we wrote,” concluded Montrose.”

The Israeli left never addresses anything of substance. Its past is a dark territory that it is forever fleeing. Everything it has done has come undone and all it has left is its hatred for the settlers and the soldiers. Without that, the left would wither up in a corner and die.

  • JacksonPearson

    It's difficult for me to understand what makes people like Amira Hass tick, and their sympathies for other people that believe the holocaust being trivial, or never did happen.

    Many claim that anti-Semitism is a reaction to Jewish political and economic power. Consider the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a book invented by the Russian secret police, purporting to be the discussions of Jewish elders plotting to take over the world. It was – next to the Bible – the best-selling book in the world during the 1920s. In the United States, Henry Ford sponsored its publication. It has since been printed in numerous languages internationally, and presently has widespread distribution in Japan.

    But could Jewish wealth and power really be the cause of anti-Semitism? The Jews of Poland and Russia (17th-20th centuries) were poor and powerless. Yet they were still persecuted. Cossacks didn’t check bank accounts before initiating pogroms. When the Nazis liquidated the Warsaw Ghetto, the Jews lived there under incredibly impoverished conditions. The reality is that poor Jews have been just as hated as rich Jews.

    • AnOrdinaryMan

      Amira Hass should get together with David Irving–you know, the one who said that the heads of the two biggest banks in Berlin, when Hitler became Chancellor, were Jewish; and they financed the Nazi party. Its not true, of course, but Irving takes advantage of the fact that German Jews tended to be better off than their co-religionists in Russia and Eastern Europe. Good point about the Cossacks. And I don't think there was even one wealthy Jew among the victims of the Kishinev pogrom; most of them were poor.

      • JacksonPearson

        Why don't you get them together…
        Genocide, Nazis, antisemitism etc, is right up to your line of thinking.

  • Marc

    Ms. Hass if you hate Jews and Israel so much why don't you just move to gaza and live your pathetic life in filth and hate?

    • Daniel Greenfield

      She tried to…

  • Tema Merback

    Amira Hass is a sad excuse for a Jew let alone a human being. Perhaps she would consider having her tubes tied so as to discontinue the obviously odious genes that are within her. If only Amira could spend one day in a concentration camp I am sure she would sing a different tune. As the daughter of a Holocaust survivor and the author of a novel based on her survival I take great offense to any anti-Semitism especially when it comes from a Jew.

  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    Amira and gang, where to begin…ahh…the leftist, Arabist traitors in Israel's midst…operating out of their official mouthpiece organ, Haaretz.

    Want to know about Israel's internal leftist fifth column, and what they are really capable of ? http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/02/naomi-chazan-… …one and the same.

    As to Israel's leftist media organs – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/10/when-intellec

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

  • Nathaniel Wenger

    How do you let the leader of a country cover up genocide? When the leader of a country covers up genocide it allows him or her to have soldiers who fight for him or her. When soldiers fight for him or her to cover up unlawful behavior it risks the lives of not only the people inside the country but the lives of other soldiers fighting to end genocide. Wengerocracy is a form of government where the people watch the ruler entirely amongst their reign.

    How about we watch the leader of the country the entire time they are leading the country so they can't cover up genocide. Is that a good idea or bad idea?

    Maybe you like fighting soldiers who are fighting because what there leader of their country is covering up. Why else would these soldiers fight those soldiers?