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Friday, September 18, 2015

A PHOTO THE MEDIA WON'T LET YOU SEE - The reality behind the distorted narrative of Israel as oppressor and Arabs as victims. - The truth is that Muslims have been victimizing Jews for 1400 years, following the dictates of the Koran and Hadith

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The following photo shows a Jewish religious student on the ground, after having been brutally beaten up by Arabs in his own city of Jerusalem, while Arab women watch the scene.

Yisrael Meir Netay, Jewish victim of Muslim racism and terror in Jerusalem 

A couple of days ago this blog posted an article on the death of an Israeli Jew at the hands of murderous Palestinians rock throwers.  The article goes on to show how Israeli authorities are all words and no action when it comes to protecting Jews from terror in the state of Israel.   

As an illustration of Israeli government appeasement I included news stories of peaceful Jews being arrested for praying at Temple Mount, for quietly gathering at a small anti-terror rally, and for broadcasting a Jewish prayer on loudspeaker as a peaceful response to Arab mobs swarming the area with rocks and firebombs. 
That is the Israel hardly anybody ever hears about.  Anti-Israel propaganda headlines don't say a word about the ongoing anti-Semitic campaign by the Palestinian Authority, the daily brutal terror attacks by Arabs on Jews of all ages, and the inappropriate, and most often non-existing, response by police and IDF.   
Zion Mike of Israellycool writes:
You have most likely not seen this photo taken on the eve of the Jewish New Year, or the disturbing video of the same teen running for his life through the narrow streets of Jerusalem’s old city while being shoved and pelted by Palestinians for the sole offense of being a Jew. 
The photo is dramatic, informative and hearkens back to horrific images of  decades past. But you have not seen the photo in The New York Times or on the BBC, perhaps because it does not fit the Israel as oppressor narrative.
Continue reading, watch VIDEO of the attack,  read more about the inadequate response by the Israeli government to ongoing Muslim terror.  See also an article explaining Muslim anti-Semitism, and a video on the subject by Pat Condell.


This short video is in Hebrew, but at the beginning you can see how Arabs violently assault this youth on his way home 
for the crime of being a Jew. 

Photo and video:


On this blog:

Arab rock throwing terrorists (file) - Government promises to get tough
 - Then police arrests Jews for peaceful protest against terror and for quietly praying at Temple Mount
 - In the meantime Arab gangs run rampant throwing rocks and firebombs with impunity
 - Israeli authorities are ENABLING THE ARAB TAKEOVER OF JERUSALEM by violence and by illegal construction, in order to facilitate its eventual partition


Photo: Jerusalem Fire and Rescue ServicesPhotos:  Muslim attacks with rocks and firebombs target motorists and pedestrians, and  have injured and killed many Israelis.  Rocks such as those shown above are thrown against   windshields.

Sometimes rocks and firebombs injure and kill Jews directly, and at other times they make them lose control of their vehicles and die in the crash.  

One elderly Jew, Alexander Levlovitz, was murdered in this way a few days ago.  This photo shows his vehicle after the attack and subsequent crash.


More on the Jewish student attacked in Jerusalem:

A typical attack on a Jew 
while police did nothing.

Young man attacked by Arabs
Police did not bother  to investigate, although they had CCTV evidence.
Without evidence they would most likely have charged the Jew with provoking
the assault.

Yeshiva student Yisrael Meir Netay  reports a recent incident:  "As I was walking down the street which leads towards the Western Wall and the Temple Mount, one Arab threw a water bottle at me, another Arab threw something else, they started kicking me.

"I started running away and more Arabs joined, they pushed me down to the ground at least twice, injured me. I then went to the hospital, my shoulder was broken. I couldn’t sleep the entire holiday,”

Asked whether he called the police, Nitay said that while he indeed filed a complaint with the police, “they didn’t even write that it was of a nationalistic background.”

“They didn’t do anything. I know of at least two other people who were attacked and complained to the police and the police didn’t do anything. Someone said they should at least block the street. They didn’t listen,” he added.
When police was asked about CCTV footage of the attack, they changed their tune and said the incident WAS nationalistic - meaning it was a terror/racist attack -  and so they were not releasing it. 
The victim's attorney, Honeu legal rights organization representative Itamar Ben-Gvir, fumed Wednesday that the Israel Police are stalling proceedings.
"If police wanted to, within an hour all of the rioters shown on camera could be arrested, but neither police nor the prosecution is willing to address the issue," Ben-Gvir stated. "The fact is that, three days later, there has not been one arrest." 



The following article was posted on this blog on January 27, 2015:

A Special Kind of Hate

-  Video by Pat Condell 
-  Also: How Muslims have brought virulent and violent anti-Semitism back to the West 
- Why the Left refuses to talk about Muslim Anti-Semitism 
- And a summary of Muslim attacks against Jews in France

Why the Left refuses to talk about
Muslim Anti-Semitism
By Daniel Greenfield
  • Muslim anti-Semitism must be discussed. And it must be contextualized within the history of Muslim-Jewish relations, not European ones like the National Front or Jobbik.  
  • It must not be dismissed as some transient phenomenon caused by poverty or the latest Hamas clashes, but viewed within the context of Islamic colonialism and the treatment of non-Muslims in the Muslim world.
  • Muslim anti-Semitism needs to be addressed on its own if for no other reason than that it’s the dominant form of violence against Jews in Europe. And it has been that way for some time now.

Even articles about Muslim Anti-Semitism rarely want to talk about Muslim Anti-Semitism.
In the aftermath of the Kosher supermarket massacre in France, articles about the Muslim persecution of Jews in Europe nervously hover around the subject before swerving away to discuss the European far-right.
An article about Muslim anti-Semitism in France inevitably becomes an article about the National Front, which is not actually shooting Jews in supermarkets. Broader European pieces obsessively focus on the Jobbik party in Hungary which for all its vileness has not actually killed any Jews. 
(The endless articles about Jobbik characterize it as a far-right European Christian party, but in fact it’s a pan-Turkic organization whose chairman had told a Turkish audience, “Islam is the last hope for humanity.” Its actual identity is based on a broad front of ethnic solidarity by identifying Hungarians as a Turkic people. Its anti-Semitism is anti-Zionist. Jobbik hates Jews because it identifies with Muslims.)
The usual treatment of Muslim anti-Semitism is cursory. History books acknowledge its existence while asserting that European anti-Semitism was worse. Modern media coverage takes the same approach by finding a useful distraction in the European far-right.
Muslim anti-Semitism needs to be addressed on its own if for no other reason than that it’s the dominant form of violence against Jews in Europe. And it has been that way for some time now.
Articles that gloss over Muslim Anti-Semitism to flit on to the National Front, which in this current crisis has shown itself to be less anti-Semitic than the BBC whose reporter Tim Wilcox accused a daughter of Holocaust survivors in France of oppressing Palestinians, are very deliberately ignoring the issue.
The politics of the media led it to class together anti-immigration with violent bigotry. But the violent bigotry isn’t coming from the sort of people that the media thinks it ought to.
It’s not UKIP supporters that are hunting down and killing Jews and so the media avoids the subject until some violent atrocity forces its hand and then it blames Muslim anti-Semitism on a failure to integrate. Ahmed can’t get a job because of UKIP or Wilders and so he shoots up a synagogue. The Jews are just collateral damage in Muslim blowback to their persecution by European opponents of immigration.
Throw in a little something about Israel and Muslim anti-Semitism is transformed into a misunderstood phenomenon that really isn’t what it appears to be. Muslims don’t hate Jews. They’re just confused.
But Muslim anti-Semitism predates the difficulties of integrating Algerians and Pakistanis into Europe by over a thousand years.
In Islam, Jews represent both a subject race and a primal enemy. Israel infuriates Muslims so much not because they care a great deal about the Palestinian Arabs who have been expelled in huge numbers from Muslim countries within the last generation, but because Jews no longer know their place.
Islam is supremacist. Allahu Akbar asserts Islamic supremacy over all other religions. As an historical subject race, Jews are a natural target for violence by Muslim immigrants with strong supremacist leanings.
The disenfranchised Muslim isn’t looking for equality. He’s seeking supremacy. That is what the Islamic State and the Koran give him. He picks the same Jewish targets as Mohammed did because the Jews are a vulnerable minority. That is as true in Europe today as it was in Arabia then.
Unlike the Christian world, which was never fully subjugated by Islam, both the Jewish homeland and much of the Jewish diaspora population existed under Muslim rule long enough that non-submissive Jews became a particularly galling reminder of the fall of the Caliphate.
Muslims had taken Jewish submission for granted making the existence of non-submissive Jews, whether in Jerusalem or in Paris, that much more outrageous.
The Algerian Muslim can more readily accept taking a back seat to a French Christian than to an Algerian Jew, whom he knows would have been considered inferior to him if they were both back in Algeria.
The left has become so mired in a post-colonial worldview that it refuses to understand that the struggle is not between Western European colonialism and a post-colonial Third World, but between different eras of colonialism. Arab Islamic domination is not post-colonial; it’s a colonialism that predates it.
When Western leftists make common cause with Arab and Islamic nationalists, they aren’t being post-colonial, they’re advocating an earlier form of colonialism that led and is once again leading to ethnic cleansing, genocide, mass slavery and the destruction of indigenous cultures; including that of the Jews.
Middle Eastern Jews, like other non-Muslim and non-Arab minorities, welcomed European colonialism as relief from Islamic and Arab colonialism. France is filled with Jews from North Africa because they received their rights for the first time under French rule. As French citizens, they could shed their mandatory black clothes and no longer fear being killed because of Islamic law, like Batto Sfez, a Tunisian Jew who was executed for blasphemy in an atrocity that triggered French intervention.
Yoav Hattab, one of the Jews murdered in the Kosher supermarket attack in Paris, was the son of the Chief Rabbi of Tunisia. While the Chief Rabbi was, in the unfortunate Dhimmi fashion of those who live under Islamic rule, forced to praise how well Tunisia treats Jews, his son was buried in Israel. Israel was also the place where most Tunisian Jews moved to escape Arab Muslim persecution.
The Western left can’t talk about Muslim anti-Semitism because it would also have to talk about Muslim colonialism. And then the entire basis of its approach to the Arab and Muslim world would collapse. If post-colonialism in the Middle East is just the replacement of one colonialism with another, then the left would have to admit that it has once again disgraced itself by supporting a totalitarian system.
Just as it replaced the czar with the commissar, it is replacing the protectorate with the caliphate.
Modern histories of the Middle East excuse the historical Muslim persecution of Jews for the same reason the media excuses modern Muslim attacks on Jews. This historical revisionism justifies Islamic colonialism in the service of post-colonialism with the myth of a golden age of benevolent tyranny.
The post-colonial narrative obligates academics and journalists to favorably contrast the Muslim treatment of Jews, then or now, with the European treatment of Jews. This obstructionism has endangered European Jews even more than Jihadist videos advocating violence because it makes it impossible to discuss an urgent violent threat for fear of violating the left’s post-colonial narrative.

Muslim anti-Semitism must be discussed. And it must be contextualized within the history of Muslim-Jewish relations, not European ones like the National Front or Jobbik.
It must not be dismissed as some transient phenomenon caused by poverty or the latest Hamas clashes, but viewed within the context of Islamic colonialism and the treatment of non-Muslims in the Muslim world.
The treatment of Yazidis in Iraq and Christians in Syria must also be placed within that same context.

Historical revisionism for Muslim anti-Semitism is as unacceptable as Holocaust denial or any other attempt to stick a smiley face on the oppression of Jews. And what is at stake here is not merely history, but the root cause that drives Muslim men and women born in Europe to attack and kill Jews. 

The post-colonial authorities of the left may not be interested in discussing Muslim anti-Semitism, but Muslim Supremacist anti-Semitism remains interested in persecuting and killing Jews.
Source - Daniel Greenfield's Blog
Also see Daniel Greenfield news reporting at Frontpage Magazine

The deadly siege on the kosher supermarket, which occurred on a Friday afternoon, when Jewish shoppers would likely be purchasing last-minute items for Shabbat, is not without context.
Marc Weitzmann’s sadly prescient five-part series, France’s Toxic Hate, which details the rise of extremism throughout France and its anti-Semitic tendencies, is a helpful primer.
But the other important piece of context is that this attack comes after a truly frightening year for French Jews. 
Nearly 7,000 French Jews moved to Israel this year, more than double the figure from the previous year.
Smaller things, like the viral popularity of the quenelle gesture—a reverse Nazi salute—created by controversial Cameroonian-French comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, compounded with attacks on visibly identifiable young Jews in Paris and the quickness with which anti-Israel protests during this summer’s Gaza war devolved into anti-Semitism, have fueled a climate in which many French Jews simply don’t feel safe.
Here’s what the past year looked like for French Jews.

Jan. 26, 2014: Video footage captures anti-government protestors shouting “Juif, la France n’est pas a toi”—“Jew, France is not yours”–at a demonstration in Paris.

March 2, 2014: A Jewish man is beaten on the Paris Metro by assailants who reportedly told him “Jew, we are going to lay into you, you have no country.”

March 10, 2014: An Israeli man is attacked with a stun gun in the Marais district.
March 20, 2014: A Jewish teacher is attacked leaving a kosher restaurant in Paris. After breaking his nose, the assailants drew a swastika on his chest.

April 3, 2014: A French court fines a 28-year-old Moroccan man $4,130 for posting photos online of himself giving the quenelle salute in front of Grand Synagogue in Bordeaux.
May 15, 2014: A Jewish woman was attacked at a bus stop in Paris’ Montmartre district by a man who shook her baby carriage and said, “Dirty Jewess, enough with your children already, you Jews have too many children, screw you.”
May 19, 2014: A poll of 3,833 French Jews reveals 74 percent have considered emigrating.  (Likely many more now after the latest attacks.)
June 9, 2014: Two Jewish teenagers and their grandfather are chased by an ax-wielding man and three accomplices as they walk to their synagogue in the Paris suburb of Romainville on Shavuot.
June 10, 2014: A Jewish teen wearing a yarmulke and tzitzit is attacked with a Taser by group of teens at Paris’ Place de la République square. In Sarcelles, two Jewish teens wearing yarmulkes are sprayed with tear gas.
June 24, 2014: A French court drops its lawsuit against Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, ruling the French comedian’s video mocking the Holocaust doesn’t constitute hate speech. (Europe’s notoriously strict hate speech laws regulate Holocaust denial as well as “racially or religiously discriminatory expression”.)
July 10, 2014: A 17-year-old Jewish girl is pepper-sprayed at Paris’ Place du Colonel-Fabien square.
July 14, 2014: Bastille Day celebrations in Paris turn violent. Anti-Israel rioters attack the Don Isaac Abravanel synagogue on Rue de la Roquette, and its congregants fight back.

July 16, 2014: More than 400 French Jewish emigreés arrive in Israel, most of them young families from Paris and its suburbs.
July 23, 2014: French Prime Minister Manuel Valls denounces anti-Zionism as anti-Semitism. “Anti-semitism, this old European disease,” he said in a speech, has taken “a new form. It spreads on the Internet, in our popular neighborhoods, with a youth that has lost its points of reference, has no conscience of history, and who hides itself behind a fake anti-Zionism.”
Aug. 14, 2014: The Simon Wiesenthal center requests that a small hamlet south of Paris known as La-Mort-aux Juifs—‘Death to the Jews’—since the 11th century change its name.
Sept. 2, 2014: Two French teenage girls are arrested for plotting to blow up a synagogue in Lyon. A Central Directorate of Homeland Intelligence source said the teens were “part of a network of young Islamists who were being monitored by security services.”
Sept. 12, 2014: French anti-Semitic watchdog group SPCJ reports 527 anti-Semitic incidents from Jan. 1 to July 31, 2014. There were 423 incidents reported in all of 2013.

Oct. 23, 2014: French Jewish leader Roger Cukierman is indicted for referring to Dieudonné as a “professional anti-Semite” during a television appearance
Nov. 5, 2014: Arsonist responsible for setting fire to a kosher supermarket during July 20 riot in Sarcelles is sentenced to four years in prison.
Nov. 12, 2014: In a new spree of anti-Semitic incidents in Paris, a kosher restaurant is firebombed, and a Jewish student wearing a yarmulke is assaulted outside his private high school.
Nov. 21, 2014: French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve expresses his support for the Jewish community. “Every time you feel the violence exercised against you, when you are afraid for your children, when you are worried about this rising violence, remind yourselves that the republic protects you and an interior minister who loves you and who is your friend,” Cazeneuve says at an event sponsored by Station J, a Jewish radio channel.

Dec. 2, 2014: France votes to recognize Palestine as a state, which the Israeli embassy in Paris says sends “the wrong message to leaders and people in the region.”
Dec. 31, 2014: France states the country from which the largest number of Jews immigrated to Israel in 2014. Nearly 7,000 French Jews immigrated to Israel, double the 2013 figure of 3,400.
Related: France’s Toxic Hate
Source of this article
MURDEROUS MOB ATTACKS SYNAGOGUE FULL OF PEOPLE - Police helpless against Muslims armed with axes and knives - Lives saved by synagogue's own defenders
With cries of "Death to the Jews," a hundred anti-Jewish youths attacked the Synagogue de la Roquette, in Paris on Sunday, trapping almost 200 worshipers inside.  
The mob surrounded the Synagogue fighting with police and with unarmed Jewish security.  
The pro-Palestinian attackers were armed with rocks, axes and knives.   
View image on Twitter
Jews trapped inside synagogue wait for police help
Three members of the Paris Jewish community ended up in the hospital, according to a witness. Police lost control over the pro-Palestinian riot, a witness said.

The pro-Palestinian event lasted over three hours. Security forces accompanied the pro-Palestinian's demonstration; they thought they had things under control, but the groups there dispersed and one of them got away and reached the synagogue. 

They started to bring police forces from all directions but that did not prevent the initial attack against the synagogue's own security, a few young people. 
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The Palestinian history of anti-Semitism allied with Nazism goes back to World War II, when their leader, the Mufti of Jerusalem worked alongside Hitler and other top Nazis for the implementation of the Holocaust.  Palestinian sympathy for Nazism and Hitler endures to this day.

Same genocidal ideology, same symbols, same goals
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Islam's history of genocide. 
250 million non-Muslims murdered by Muslims
It started with the prophet Muhammad ordering the decapitation of almost 1000 Jews in a single day.


Additional articles about
Muslim torture and murder of Jews in France
The torture and murder of Ilan Halimi, a French Jew, by a Muslim gang in Paris. 

Ilan was abducted and tortured in an apartment for weeks.  Police completely bungled the investigation.  Neighbors said nothing.
French journalist Guy Millière reported that "the screams must have been loud because the torture was especially atrocious: the thugs cut bits off the flesh of the young man, they cut his fingers and ears, they burned him with acid, and in the end poured flammable liquid on him and set him on fire."

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Victim Myriam Monsenego
A rabbi, his two young children and another young girl were shot and killed at a Jewish school in the French city of Toulouse. 

Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, 30, was on his way to drop off his kids at the Gan Rachi kindergarten, adjacent to the Ozar Hatorah school where he teaches, when he was gunned down along with his two sons Gavriel and Aryeh, 6 and 3 years old. Myriam Monsenego, 8, the daughter of the school director, was shot as well and died of her wounds shortly after.

The Muslim murderer was so proud of his unspeakably evil work that he uploaded sickening video to the Internet showing him executing a helpless, terrified 8-year-old girl, officials said. Mohammed Merah is seen yanking Myriam Monsenego by her hair — then firing a bullet into her head while he holds her. 

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Also in France:

Court rules:  France responsible for sending thousands of Jews to death camps during World War II.The French sent productive, patriotic French Jews to the gas chambers, and then imported a Muslim population engaged in crime and violence who hate France.
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The 1980 Paris Synagogue bombing

Islam and anti-Semitism:  roots, quotes, history
Link to article on Muslim anti-Semitism

Same genocidal ideology,
same symbols, same goals

During the Second World War,  the Palestinian Arab leader Mohammed Amin Al-Husseini, Mufti of Jerusalem, worked in Berlin alongside Hitler and his henchmen in the design and implementation of the Final Solution.  

He also created a Muslim Nazi SS Division that perpetrated gruesome crimes in Eastern Europe. 

Al Husseini planned – once the Germans had conquered Palestine – to establish an Auschwitz-type extermination complex, complete with a crematorium. This would be built for the purpose of gassing the Jews from Palestine and Arab countries.

These days Palestinian Arabs - 'moderate' and extremist alike - admire and eulogize Hitler and Nazism. Their militia does the Nazi salute.  They fly the Nazi flag.  Their genocidal propaganda outdoes that of the Nazis in virulence.  And their goal is the destruction of Israel and the Jews.

The fact that the Israeli government is willing to give up Jewish land for the creation of an Arab Nazi state is an insult to the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust, and a suicidal plan for the State of Israel. (Blogger)
Photos in descending order:
-   Al Husseini in conference with Hitler
-   Al Husseini inspecting his Muslim Nazi SS Division
-   Palestinian students at Al Quds University in Jerusalem in one of their rallies making the Nazi salute (Photo Tom Gross Media).

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