Increased Jewish Concern Over Anti-Semitism in Europe


20070226BerlinAntisemitism0Last Saturday and Sunday, November 9 and 10, marked the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, also known as the Night of the Broken Glass. It took place throughout the Nazi Third Reich, which included Germany, Austria, and the Sudeten portion of Czechoslovakia, annexed by Hitler’s Nazi Germany. At least 1,000 synagogues were torched, Torah scrolls were desecrated and burned.  Ninety-one Jews were murdered by SA paramilitary storm-troopers. Thirty thousand innocent Jews were arrested and incarcerated in concentration camps, and Jewish homes, hospitals, and schools were ransacked. In addition, 7,000 Jewish-owned businesses were destroyed.

Public commemorations of Kristallnacht in Europe and particularly in Germany have become a vehicle to abuse Israel, today’s collective Jew. At this year’s memorial conference held at Berlin’s Jewish Museum, a Jewish anti-Israel hate-monger, Brian Klug, was featured. In 2010, the then-Mayor of Frankfurt, Petra Roth, a Christian Democrat, invited a Jewish anti-Semite, Alfred Grosser, to deliver the Kristallnacht speech in Paul’s Church. Grosser used his speech to draw parallels between the conduct of the Nazis and that of Israel.

Europe has had a very short moratorium on anti-Semitism, and Germany in particular has been anxious to throw off the burden of guilt over the Holocaust. Seventy-five years after Kristallnacht, and 68 years after the Nazi beast was destroyed, the anti-Semitic virus is latent, and lately it has burst into the open as the survey particulars below show.

Appropriately, the EU (European Union) Vienna-based Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) released last Friday the result of a major survey titled “Discrimination and Hate Crime against Jews in EU Member States: experiences and perceptions of anti-Semitism.” The survey polled 5,847 Jewish individuals in Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

Instead of providing a hate crime report the way the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) does it, with absolute numbers, the European survey has focused on the perceived danger of anti-Semitic attacks by European Jews, and how much anxiety this causes the respondents, and affects their lives.  Sixty-six percent of the respondents said that anti-Semitism is a problem in Europe, and 76% qualified that there had been an increase in anti-Semitic hostility in their home countries in the last five years. Just about half of those surveyed (46%) claimed that they are afraid of being verbally attacked or harassed in a public place because they are Jewish. A third (33%) said that they fear that such attacks could turn violent. Twenty-one percent of all respondents have experienced an anti-Semitic incident involving verbal insult, harassment or a physical attack in the 12 months preceding the survey. Two percent of respondents had been victims of an anti-Semitic physical attack over the previous year.

The survey also noted that 76% of victims of anti-Semitic harassment did not report the most serious incident to the police or any other organization.  There has also been an under-recording of incidents. Limited data-collection mechanisms in many EU Member States mean that anti-Semitic attacks remain under-recorded. Significantly, three quarters of the respondents in the survey consider online anti-Semitism to be a huge problem.

Anti-Semitism on the Internet was highest, according to the survey, in Italy with 87%. Next was Hungary at 86% and France/Belgium at 85% each. The lowest was Latvia with 52%.  Hungary topped the anti-Semitism in the media category with 73%, followed by France at 71% and Belgium at 70%.  France had the highest Expressions of Hostility towards Jews with 84%, followed by Belgium with 74%.

FRA Director Morten Kjaerum, had this to say about the survey: “Anti-Semitism is a disturbing example of how prejudice can persist through the centuries, and it has no place in our society today. It is particularly distressing to see that the internet, which should be a tool for communication and dialogue, is being used as an instrument of anti-Semitic harassment.” He added, “While many EU governments have made great efforts to combat anti-Semitism, more targeted measures are needed.”

Individual Jews expressed their feelings to the survey takers with comments such as “If a political figure makes an anti-Semitic statement through the media, I personally take it as anti-Semitism, and it makes me unhappy about the future of Jews in general in Sweden [man, 55-59 years old, Sweden].” A man 40-44 years old, in Hungary said, “The responsibility of politicians is important, if they tolerate anti-Semitism, it grows especially in times of scapegoating.” Another man 25-29 years old from Italy revealed, “I often don’t say I am Jewish, so I can really understand what people think of us.  Anti-Semitism is very widespread in Italy, especially in public places and in the daily small talk among people.” In Germany, a Jewish man 50-54 years old said, “Anti-Semitism is one reason for me to leave Germany because I want to protect my family from danger.”

The FRA survey pointed out that in Germany, 49% of the respondents claimed to have heard or watched on TV non-Jewish Germans suggesting that “Israelis behave like Nazis towards the Palestinians.”

The survey also found that respondents felt the Arab-Israeli conflict had a large impact on how safe they felt, and in France, it was the highest rate.  The results indicate that the Arab-Israeli conflict affects the lives of most respondents in Belgium, France, Germany, Sweden, and the UK. About 90% of respondents in Belgium and France reported that the Arab-Israeli conflict has a notable impact on their feelings of safety as Jews.

Europe was infested with the anti-Semitic virus long before the arrival of Muslim immigrants into the Continent. Although in the 1960s, with the memory of the Holocaust still fresh, anti-Semitism was politically and socially incorrect in Europe, the open floodgates soon thereafter enabled millions of poor North-African Arab Muslims to become the new “victims.”  These poor Muslims, isolated in banlieues (ghetto- like suburbs) and incited by Islamist imams against the “infidel” exploiters and enemies of Islam, found convenient support from European governments. France and other governments sought to ingratiate themselves with the Arab world, whether because of oil in the 1970s, or economic gain and they championed the Palestinian Arabs in their policies and in the media. It served a dual purpose for them. It quelled some of the frustrations of the jobless and futureless Muslim youth by channeling their anger at Israel and Jews, instead of the European authorities. It also gained them credit with the Arab states. Domestically, the center-left governments in Europe adopted the Muslim community as its permanent constituency. In return for their votes, these European governments and media adopted an anti-Israel line.

In order to assuage their diminishing guilt over the Holocaust, Europeans in general and Germans in particular, have employed the narrative that “Israelis are no better than the Nazis.” This moral relativism requires that the Palestinians be made into victims and the Jews (Israel) as victimizers.  It enables the Germans, for example, to commemorate Kristallnacht, while at the same time use it as a platform to shift guilt onto Israeli Jews.

It is clear from the 2013 FRA survey that Jews continue to serve as a convenient scapegoat for Europeans. And while the new “religion” in Europe is a combination of multi-culturalism and human rights, the old anti-Semitic strains are still embedded in the European character 75 years after Kristallnacht, and 68 years after the liberation of Auschwitz. Europe for Jews has once again become increasingly inhospitable.

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  • eddie p.

    Great article, this issue needs to be discussed more, but I would like to add that the Soviets played a huge role in the vilification of the Hebrew populations worldwide. Very much so in the Middle East and by proxy in Europe too.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Broaden that to RUSSIANS. See the pogroms of tzarist russia.

    • herb benty

      Thats why Russia sends weapons to all our enemies, and Israel’s enemies. Same enemies.

      • defcon 4

        So does the federal government of the USA. Do you seriously think Soddy Barbaria is an ally of the free world? If so, it’s only because it’s temporarily convenient, like any hudna truce.

        • herb benty

          Yup, D4, I was raised like most kids seeing Islam in the “Arabian Nights” prism or “Sinbad the Sailor”. What a farce that was. Islam is the worst thing on the face of this earth.

          • defcon 4

            Propagandizing islam has been going on for decades — with National Geographic being historically the worst offender.

  • TheOrdinaryMan

    Europeans…stinking cowards.

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      Except for the Czech Republic – SCREW SOCIALIST EURABIA!

      • TheOrdinaryMan

        Poland ain’t bad, either, these days.

  • muchiboy

    “This moral relativism requires that the Palestinians be made into victims and the Jews (Israel) as victimizers.”

    Palestinians have some insight,perhaps more than many Jews and Israeli’s,into their situation,describing themselves as “victims of victims”. This can be a useful description of the conflict and should not be so readily dismissed.Denial by Jews of the occurrence and significance of this traumatic and Zionist influenced event (i.e.the Nakba) is analogous to Holocaust Denial.
    There was indeed antisemitism prior to the Holocaust and emergence of Zionism as a political movement,but the impact of Zionism on the Palestinians and the region is undeniable.As we must be vigilant in rooting out antisemitism we must be vigilant in standing firm on pointing out and defending the position that Anti Zionism is not the moral equivalent of Antisemitism. .

    • Wolfthatknowsall

      “Denial by Jews of the occurrence and significance of this traumatic and
      Zionist influenced event (i.e.the Nakba) is analogous to Holocaust
      Denial.”

      What is called “the Nakba” refers simply to the establishment of the Jewish State of Israel. Israel’s establishment is an historical fact. Palestinians may not like this fact, but it happened.

      The Holocaust is also an historical fact. Holocaust deniers are people who emphatically state that the Holocaust did not happen.

      Where is the analogy? Even the most ardent hater of Israel admits that Israel was established in 1948.

      • muchiboy

        There is nothing “simple”about the Palestinian Nakba,just as there is nothing “simple”about the Holocaust.Both refer to the catastrophic suffering of a people through an act of inhumanity (in the case of the Nazis,and occupation and displacement in the case of the Zionists),the first a consequence of Zionism,the latter the result of Nazism.Zionism shares characteristics with the occupation and colonization practiced by various European powers in the 19th century,with the perhaps uniqueness of ethnic cleansing,de facto or otherwise.Yes,the Holocaust and the Nakba are matters of the historical record.While arguably the Holocaust was the most horrific example of man’s inhumanity to man to date,(and hopefully it will never be equaled or surpassed,God Bless us),it would be inaccurate to claim they cannot be compared,not that I am advocating an ascending scale of atrocities,which would serve no useful purpose.
        It should not be a matter of any difficulty to admit that many of the European Diaspora sought sanctuary from Nazi persecution (i.e.victimization) and a homeland and that such massive emigration and occupation contributed to the displacement of nearly equal numbers of Palestinian Arabs,Christian and Muslim (again,victimization).The movement of Jewish war refuges displacing Palestinian war refugees is as much a part of the historical record as the Roman induced Jewish Diaspora.
        (Nakba Day (Arabic: يوم النكبة Yawm an-Nakba, meaning “Day of the Catastrophe”)

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      muchiyob,

      HAPPY ETERNAL NAKBA!

      May all your pals jihads turn into personal Nakbas!
      May all your pals suffer workplace accidents!
      May all your pals be defeated by Infidels!

      May all your pals SURRENDER, UNCONDITIONALLY, as your fellow socialist f i l t h did on May 7, 1945.

    • StanleyT

      Get 5 armies to attack a tiny unborn state and lose. That’s your “nakba” for you.

    • defcon 4

      Have you tried a Kassam suppository? It’ll help validate your carefully concealed antisemitic delusions.

      • muchiboy

        It is a common delusion here that anti Zionism is the equivalent of antisemitism.There may be instances where the two overlap,but the distinction should be clear,and it is a valid distinction.To think otherwise is akin to denial,and the Jews, of all peoples,should know the dangers inherent in this flawed thinking,though it does serve your personal agenda of discrediting opponents of Zionist policy and Israel as a Zionist state,vs a bi-national state that recognizes the citizenship and rights of both Palestinian Arabs,Christian and Muslim,and Jews.

        • Drakken

          Useful idiots of the left like you fall victim to the pali narrative of Israel bad, anything pali good. Well the effing savages deserve everything they get and more, happy nakba haji lover.

    • Gee

      “… You declare, my friend; that you do not hate the Jews, you are merely ‘anti-Zionist’. And I say, let the truth ring forth from the high mountain tops, let it echo through the valleys of G-D’s green earth: When people criticize Zionism, they mean Jews — this is G-D’s own truth.” This I Believe: Selections from the Writings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

      • muchiboy

        Always surprising and somewhat disappointing when a great man,especially one nearly universally admired and respected, has opposite opinions to ones own.Yet,after reflection on ones,my own,reasons,arguments and conscience,supported by other respected individuals and scholars,you accept the differences in opinion,and realize that life is not so black and white as you first thought or maybe even hoped.To think otherwise is a combination of ignorance and arrogance.

        • Drakken

          Your too effing stupid to understand the most simple of concepts. Those effing ragheaded savages you openly support and defend given any opportunity to do so want every Jew dead, yet, a useful idiot of the left like you refuses to see what is directly in front of them. Your living proof that you just can’t fix stupid, not even with duct tape.

        • defcon 4

          I wonder what would happen to anyone publicly challenging your anti-Zionist screed in any of your typical islam0nazi states? A quick death at the hands of muslime street thugs? Imprisonment? Imprisonment and an accidental death at the hands of your all muslime jailors?

          • muchiboy

            I am not defending any Arab states actions.That is not part of my agenda.My agenda involves the Palestinian Nakba,the part Zionism has played in that catastrophe and the return of the Palestinian Homeland and Birth Right.The fairest and most just solution would be a shared land where the rights and citizenship of Arab,(Christian and Muslim),and Jew would be mutually acknowledged and internationally guaranteed.It would also be the most sensible solution for both sensible Arab and Jew.

          • defcon 4

            Do you think the najjis kaffir are too damn stupid to notice what “sensible” solutions islam0nazis use to settle any differences of opinion w/the najjis kaffir?

          • muchiboy

            I have to think that the majority of Palestinians without a homeland and birth right would jump at sensible solutions.The partition of Palestine,followed by recognition of a re-created and Zionist Israel,though a viable solution,was a slap in the face and a kick in the balls to the Palestinian Arab,both Christian and Muslim.You’ve tried everything else,done everything you could have to the Palestinians,won every war,and still are no closer to peace.And sure,every decade brings new challenges.You can only build that wall of yours so high.

          • defcon 4

            LOL, except for the fact the charter of Hamas calls not only for the destruction of Israel but a genocide of Jews — as do several “authentic” hadith of islam Aladdin Al Taqiyyamasta.

          • muchiboy

            While part of my heritage is Palestinian Christian,I don’t read Arabic.If indeed the Hamas Charter includes genocide,then it needs to be challenged.The longer the conflict persists,the more barriers and challenges to be overcome,till the point comes when it cannot be resolved peacefully.

          • defcon 4

            “needs to be challenged”. LOL. Why don’t you get the ball rolling Aladdin? Why don’t you get the ball rolling and challenge the antisemitic vomit found in all the holey books of Islam? Do it publicly, in any islamic state.

          • muchiboy

            My concern here is not with “any Islamic state”,it is solely with a non existant,Palestinian state.We can argue the intolerances inherent in Islamic states,just as we can argue the history of occupation,displacement and ethnic cleasing in the Zionist state of Israel.You throw a stone anywhere in the neighborhood,you hit a glass house.

          • defcon 4

            What happened to the Jews who used to live in Gaza Muhammad Muchiboy? What happened to the synagogues that used to exist in Gaza?

          • muchiboy

            Both peoples could benefit from huge doses of magnanimity.The destruction of any House of Worship is shameful,and the destruction of synagogues is especially disturbing,given the history of ethnic cleansings and genocide suffered by Jews.The synagogues were abandoned,but the acts were shameful none-the-less.Rebuilding any trust and harmony that existed prior to the collapse of the Ottoman Empire or the Zionist presence and re-creation of Israel would be a long and difficult road for Jew and Arab,but might be achievable in some form in stages.
            Palestinians,both Christian and Muslim,live tolerably among Jews within Israeli borders.A compromise solution might see secured Jewish settlements within Palestinian controlled areas as an interim step towards a long term settlement.Again,trust building exercises require good will,imagination,a burning desire for peace,and mutual respect.I don’t know if either side is capable of those requirements or qualities.

      • Jenny L

        I wonder if that too was plagiarized?

    • iluvisrael

      happy eternal nakba to you!

  • herb benty

    Europe is sick, and the Jews are once again the scapegoat for failed leftist BS. There is however, a bright side. The mass immigration of fanatical Islam will greatly diminish those once noble countries. PC and leftism/godlessness leads to destruction.

    • Drakken

      You remember well my friend, what happens in Europe, will happen to the US. Europe is a powder ked, sitting on a case of TNT floating in a sea of gasoline, once someone lights the match, the whole thing goes up that will make the Serbs blush. The US won’t escape the flames either.

      • UCSPanther

        No Western Nation will.

        • Drakken

          Once that nationalistic gene of the Europeans is unleashed, there will be no stopping it.

      • herb benty

        Yes, ya, there is a time coming that will make those World Wars look like backyard brawls. Fanatical Muslims with nukes……..

  • MrUniteUs1

    The swastikas, the students recalled, seemed to be everywhere: on walls, desks, lockers, textbooks, computer screens, a playground slide — even on a student’s face.
    Cuomo Orders Inquiries on Claims of Anti-Semitic Acts at Pine Bush Schools (November 9, 2013)

    Todd Heisler/The New York Times

    Crispell Middle School in the Pine Bush School District.

    A picture of President Obama, with a swastika drawn on his forehead, remained on the wall of an eighth-grade social studies classroom for about a month after a student informed her teacher, the student said.

    For some Jewish students in the Pine Bush Central School District in New York State, attending public school has been nothing short of a nightmare. They tell of hearing anti-Semitic epithets and nicknames, and horrific jokes about the Holocaust.

    They have reported being pelted with coins, told to retrieve money thrown into garbage receptacles, shoved and even beaten. They say that on school buses in this rural part of the state, located about 90 minutes north of New York City and once home to a local Ku Klux Klan chapter president, students have chanted “white power” and made Nazi salutes with their arms.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/08/nyregion/swastikas-slurs-and-torment-in-towns-schools.html?_r=0

  • http://www.teaparty.org/about-us/ Nixys

    What I will never understand is the stunning moral cowardice of those anti-semite types who not only hate Jews in their own European country, but would also deny the Jews their own homeland. That’s just true hateful madness. Israel was established for this exact reason.

    • defcon 4

      You know what’s particularly disgusting is how the islam0fascists express their desire for Jews to return to Israel on the one hand and then express their desire to destroy Israel on the other.

    • muchiboy

      “Israel was established for this exact reason.”

      And that’s the problem,Nixys.Israel was established at the expense of the Palestinian Arab,Christian and Muslim.

      • http://www.teaparty.org/about-us/ Nixys

        Not really. Christians make up 2% of Israel’s population and many more Christian tourists visit Israel all the time. They are certainly treated far more hospitably by Israel than say, by Egypt.

        Israel is also not racist and 20% of the population is ethnically Arab.

        I quite honestly don’t give a damn about the “expense of the Muslim” so I won’t even go there.

        As for the Palestinians, while I do actually have very limited sympathy for them to some extent, the fact is, they have been offered redress many times, and have over and over again proved that they do not want it.

        • muchiboy

          Arab Christians self identify as Palestinians.

          Israel is not racist,it is Zionist.

          Palestinians don’t want redress,they want their homeland and birth right.

          “expense of the Muslim”.”I …don’t give a damn”

          Well,you chose the neighborhood.

          • http://www.teaparty.org/about-us/ Nixys

            I’m not Jewish or Israeli, I’m an American gentile. I just think, in a conflict between a tiny minority religion that has come close to being wiped out in the past 2000 years, and two religions that are hugely popular and widespread in the world in the past 2000 years, it’s easy to be cowardly and come down on the side of the majority, but it’s probably not the right thing to do.

            Jews have contributed immensely to science, art, medicine, architecture, politics, and technology. The Jewish culture is obviously doing something right. I know lots of Jewish people and they are not a secret cabal. They don’t practice a religion any more uniquely insidious than any other religion. I take offense at the term “Zionism” when the fact is, it is simply Jewish (the ethnicity) nationalism. Jews and Palestinians have both always lived peacefully on that land. It was BOTH of their birthrights. The Palestinians just don’t want to live under Jewish authority, because it is offensive to them that an autonomous Jewish state with a much superior culture exists anywhere near Muslim lands.

          • muchiboy

            Sure,the European Diaspora and Judaism were under threat from extreme German nationalism and likely the reason and impetus for the successful implementation of the Zionist agenda in Palestine.And,yes,given the long history of persecution of the Jews and the barriers imposed upon them it is a wonder that they should have enjoyed personal successes and made contributions,perhaps second to none,to the betterment of mankind.And,sure,we need to look out for vulnerable minorities,where ever and when ever.Our failures here arguably outweigh our successes.I do disagree with your assessment that Zionism was and is “simple Jewish nationalism”.Zionism ceased to be “simple nationalism” when it resulted in the occupation of Palestine by the mostly European Diaspora,the displacement of tens and hundreds of thousands of indigenous Palestinian Arabs,Christians and Muslims both,and the ethnic cleansing,de facto or otherwise,of the Palestinian People.The history of Zionism shares certain characteristics with European Colonialism,only Zionism succeeded because of de facto ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian Arab,who were the majority ethnic group,by factors of ten,long before and prior to 1948.As to it being offensive for Muslims to live under Jewish Authority,it should be offensive to any civilized person to suffer occupation,displacement and de facto ethnic cleansing.At this point,I believe both peoples have a right to the land,all of the land,not least the Palestinians who lost their homeland and birth right as war refugees,much as the European Diaspora did in their European homelands.

          • http://www.teaparty.org/about-us/ Nixys

            There was no ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians. The Arab Muslims have never liked Jews. They attacked Jews minding their own business, probably because of paranoia about zionism promoted by people like you, and then in the ensuing chaos of idiotic religious war, chose to flee. They don’t even care about that land, it’s a manufactured grievance identity. Lots of them happy stayed or happily left and stopped listening to people like you who agitate on behalf of the rights of people you really have no business speaking for, for some reason I will never quite grasp.

            Frankly, at this point, I really don’t care if there is a Jewish conspiracy, or if every last Jew is a Zionist, it is blindingly freaking obvious to me that Jews are vastly preferable to almost all fanatical Muslims, except the ones that freaking got a clue and learned to coexist with Jews. Those are most definitely not the majority of grievance mongering Palestinians.

          • muchiboy

            Ethnic cleansing by any other name is ethnic cleansing.The Palestinian Arab,both Christian and Muslim,did not just fold their tents up in the middle of the night and leave their Palestinian homeland because of a bad case of wonderlust.They were displaced,by war.They were war refugees,who were displaced by the occupying European Diaspora,many of whom were war refugees themselves.They were refused the right of return by the Zionists,refused the right to return to their own homeland by occupying settlers from their own far away homeland,e.g.Germany,Russia,France,America,Canada,Ethiopia,etc.a right of return given to Jews from the world over,reardless of their connection to Palestine.You call it what you will,it is ethnic cleansig,de facto or otherwise.

          • defcon 4

            A muslime complaining about ethnic cleansing is like a nazi complaining about fascism.

          • muchiboy

            Ethnic cleansing by any other name is ethnic cleansing.The Palestinian
            Arab,both Christian and Muslim,did not just fold their tents up in the
            middle of the night and leave their Palestinian homeland because of a
            bad case of wanderlust.They were displaced,by war.They were war
            refugees,who were displaced by the occupying European Diaspora,many of
            whom were war refugees themselves.They were refused the right of return
            by the Zionists,refused the right to return to their own homeland by
            occupying settlers from their own far away
            homeland,e.g.Germany,Russia,France,America,Canada,Ethiopia,etc.a right
            of return given to Jews from the world over,regardless of their
            connection to Palestine.You call it what you will,it is ethnic
            cleansing, de facto or otherwise.

          • http://www.teaparty.org/about-us/ Nixys

            Except it’s not. Who caused that war? Israel defended itself, and won. It was 60 years ago. Almost all the Muslim states actually exiled their Jewish populations, but no one is wailing about their rights.

            Fact is, a ton, probably the majority of those innocent sweet Palestinians can’t ever be let back in because they’re filled with fanatical hatred. It amazes me that you think they’re just these sweet nice people who truly have learned from their mistakes and want to live in peace with the Jews. Maybe even set up a nice liberal democracy next door.

            Save your sympathy for people who don’t murder children and celebrate it.

          • muchiboy

            Well,let’s call it a day and agree to disagree,Nixys.

          • bvwredux

            There was instead ethnic salvation and empowerment of the Arabs who remained, those being the poor and disaffected of the Arab culture. The educated and wealthy Arabs of 1947 all were so filled with hate for Jews that the voluntarily left the new State of Israel in 1947 or soon after.

            The remnant who stayed have since become wealthy and educated, with the great help of the Jews.

          • defcon 4

            Typical lying muslime. There are Christians from the Mid-East who call themselves Maronites, Assyrians and Copts (who have their own language and culture — or at least they used to), not Arabs.

      • defcon 4

        LOL, jeepers Achhhhhhmed, it seems like Christians are a fast disappearing minority from all areas controlled by the islam0nazi paleswine and it ain’t because of the Zionists or Jews.

  • Father Dacius

    The simple, stark, and undeniable truth is that the entire arab world wants Iran to lob a nuclear weapon into downtown Tel Aviv. This is what Israel lives with every day. That, and that alone, is the issue Get it.

    • No RNC

      Between the Blackist, Jewist, Feminist, Communist, Warmist, Gayist, Muslist, Yournolist, and on and on groups of THE AGGRIEVED, I frankly don’t give a damn, get over it!

      • Father Dacius

        Of all the groups that you list as people who annoy you, Israel is fighting just to survive.

  • defcon 4

    Your expressed islamic sympathy for the Christians is quite touching — even if completely dishonest in light of the recent islamic predilection for killing, raping and persecuting Christians in the islam0nazi world. I also can’t help but notice that in typical islam0nazi fashion. you don’t mention the nearly one million Jews ethnically cleansed by islam0nazis from the Mid-East and N. Africa over the last 70 years.

  • defcon 4

    Too bad the source is the NY Slimes, I wouldn’t trust them to tell me the time of day.

  • MrUniteUs1

    Here’s the problem. Once someone has been programmed to hate one group,
    then it’s easy to program that person to hate other groups.

    • Drakken

      There is no unity in diversity/multiculturalism, there is nothing in those creeds of failure other than bloody civil war, division and massive population upheavals. So good luck singing its praises.

      • MrUniteUs1

        Yet somehow this diverse country of ours defeated the Nazis and the Japanese .during WWII. Diversity exist in countries and among family members. Look at Dick Cheney and his daughters regarding gay marriage/. .

    • defcon 4

      Preach it to the islam0nazis busily slaughtering, persecuting and raping people of other faiths in all the various islam0nazi pigocracies of the world — in the here and now.

  • bvwredux

    When the Jewish State was formed in 1947, the Arab nations surrounding it soon went to war against it. In the run up to that war, and during it, Arab propagandists and mullahs created a climate of frothing fear of the Jewish among the powerful, connected and wealthy of Muslims — and so great was that hate-campaign BY THE ARABS THEMSELVES that nearly all the powerful, connected and wealthy Muslims left the new state of Israel. The ones that stayed were the poor, the elderly, the sick, the unlearned, the lower strata of Arab and Muslim society. They could not afford to leave, or they did not get the message for being out of the loop.

    Yet those that stayed became rich and learned. Their income, wealth, and education all radically improved to levels beyond that of those who had left before they left. Why? Because the Jews set up schools, hospitals, provided infrastructures. And the Jews even helped fund the building of mosques and madrassas. The Jews hired Muslim clerics to preach, and Muslim scholars to teach.

    That was the very opposite of genocide, it was salvation and fortification of the Arab culture in the new Israel.

  • bvwredux

    When the Jewish State was formed in 1947, the Arab nations surrounding it soon went to war against it. In the run up to that war, and during it, Arab propagandists and mullahs created a climate of frothing fear of the Jewish among the powerful, connected and wealthy of Muslims — and so great was that hate-campaign BY THE ARABS THEMSELVES that nearly all the powerful, connected and wealthy Muslims left the new state of Israel. The ones that stayed were the poor, the elderly, the sick, the unlearned, the lower strata of Arab and Muslim society. They could not afford to leave, or they did not get the message for being out of the loop.

    Yet those that stayed became rich and learned. Their income, wealth, and education all radically improved to levels beyond that of those who had left before they left. Why? Because the Jews set up schools, hospitals, provided infrastructures. And the Jews even helped fund the building of mosques and madrassas. The Jews hired Muslim clerics to preach, and Muslim scholars to teach.

    That was the very opposite of genocide, it was salvation and fortification of the Arab culture in the new Israel.

  • bvwredux

    There was instead ethnic salvation and empowerment of the Arabs who remained, those being the poor and disaffected of the Arab culture. The educated and wealthy Arabs of 1947 all were so filled with hate for Jews that the voluntarily left the new State of Israel in 1947 or soon after.

    The remnant who stayed have since become wealthy and educated, with the great help of the Jews.

  • Elias Portugal

    The sub human khazar jew is the most vile animal to ever walk the earth.

  • Elias Portugal

    The sub human khazar jew is the most vile animal to ever walk the earth.

  • JailBanksters

    Can’t wait until peak Anti-Semitism