2014: The Worst Holocaust Denial Video in the History of Holocaust Denial

More than taboo Holocaust What’s true and What’s false?http://vimeo.com/29866086Please pressure Vimeo to censor this video, before the video gets spread all over the Internet. We have been successful in getting this video deleted off of youtube countless times, but there are other web sites out there that don’t censor peoples first amendment rights. Please help.Second […]

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Anti-Semitic and Racist Websites to Monitor for the Year 2014

Sai Baba – “All action results from thought, so it is thoughts that matter.”Do you think this is a game? Hate is NOT growing exponentially on the Internet, but its web traffic visitation is.Why should 21st century hate be characterized as illegal thought crimes? Because thoughts become actions. The hate begins in the mind with […]

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Israel to reopen key holy site in Jerusalem post Palestinian outrage

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Israel closes Jerusalem holy site after shooting, clashes

A Palestinian woman shouts at an Israeli police officer Thursday in the old city of Jerusalem. (Menahem Kahana, AFP/Getty Images) JERUSALEM Israel closed all access to Jerusalem’s most sensitive religious site Thursday, a rare move that ratcheted up already heightened tensions after the attempted assassination of a prominent Jewish religious activist and the killing of his suspected Palestinian assailant by police. The Palestinians accused Israel of a “declaration of war,” deepening a crisis fueled by failed peace efforts, continued Israeli settlement construction and months of simmering violence in the holy city. Israel said it would reopen the site Friday, but the increasingly religious nature of the unrest risked igniting further violence. Both the Israeli and Palestinian leaders blamed each other for the tensions. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who has called for banning Jews from the hilltop holy site, of inciting the violence. “The international community must stop its hypocrisy and act against the inciters,” Netanyahu said. Abbas, meanwhile, said Jerusalem is a “red line that must not be touched.” The decision to close access to the Al-Aqsa mosque compound was “a declaration of war” that “will lead to further escalation and instability,” said his spokesman, Nabil Abu Rdeneh. East Jerusalem, the section of the city captured by Israel in 1967 and claimed by the Palestinians, has experienced unrest since the summer, with Palestinian youths throwing stones and firebombs at motorists and clashing with Israeli police. The violence gained steam last week, when a Palestinian motorist rammed his car into a crowded train station, killing a 3-month-old Israeli-American baby girl. Much of the unrest has centered on the holy site, revered by Jews as the Temple Mount and Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary. The violence reached a new high late Wednesday when a gunman on a motorcycle shot and seriously wounded Yehuda Glick, a U.S.-born activist who often leads groups of Jews on visits to the site. Glick is a leading voice in efforts to allow Jews to pray on the mosque compound something that Israeli authorities ban because they fear it would cause violence. Muslim worshippers view Jewish prayer there as a provocation. Glick remained hospitalized Thursday in serious condition.

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Black Hebrew Establishment Ruled Ethiopia’s Davidic Empire, Beta Israel! Pt1 #RasTafariGroundation – Video

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Israel/ Palestine Clash Over Holy Site – Video




Israel/ Palestine Clash Over Holy Site UPDATE: Israel re-opened the site in response to the outcry. The Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem has been closed to all worshipers for the first time since 1967. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas… By: Secular Talk Read More...

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Rabbis arrest in voyeurism case spurs calls to reform Modern Orthodox conversions

The voyeurism case against Rabbi Barry Freundel prompted calls for reform in his Modern Orthodox community this week, with a key rabbinical group creating a committee to improve the conversion process and other leaders calling for women to have a more prominent role in the use of the mikvah, or ritual bath. Freundel, the longtime rabbi of the Georgetown synagogue Kesher Israel, was arrested and charged with six counts of voyeurism this month after allegedly planting video cameras in the mikvah he oversaw. The case intensified debates within Modern Orthodoxy the more liberal part of Orthodox Judaism over the place of women in the spiritual and legal leadership. On Wednesday, the Rabbinical Council of America the worlds largest body of Modern Orthodox rabbis announced that it had formed a committee in response to the Freundel case. Two years before his arrest, several conversion students of Freundels complained to the RCA that he was coercing them to donate money and do clerical work for him. Other converts have come forward since the arrest to say Freundel made inappropriate comments about their appearance or seemed to relish his power over them in an unscrupulous way. The current [conversion] structure requires a thorough review and enhancements to avoid future abuses, the rabbinical group said in a statement announcing the committee. The panel will look at such topics as how to make less vague the conversion process so converts dont feel in the dark during what can be a long and difficult experience. It will also discuss establishing a system for potential converts to voice complaints or discomfort about the process. The 11-member committee includes two female converts to Judaism, both of whom worked with Freundel, 62. Soon after Freundels Oct. 14 arrest, the RCA said it would appoint a woman to serve as an ombudsman for all the regional rabbinical courts that oversee conversions. Also this week, a trailblazing Modern Orthodox school that ordains women as spiritual leaders an institution far to the left and not recognized by much of Jewish Orthodoxy said the Freundel case shows a prevailing need for the development of a new approach to the male-only court that oversees conversions, including the final visit to the mikvah at the end of the process. Rabbi Jeff Fox, the academic head of Yeshivat Maharat, which seeks to expand womens leadership roles in Orthodox Judaism, said the school will soon come out with a paper arguing that under Jewish law, men need not be in the mikvah room when a woman immerses at the end of her conversion. In Judaism, three rabbis are appointed to each converts court and must affirm at the end of the process that the person was fully immersed in the ritual bath. Practices vary, but in many places, the men are able to see at least some part of the woman as she goes under the water, though she may be behind a sheet or wearing a robe. In some places, she is completely naked before them; in others, the men are in the hallway with a door open or in the next room. My sense is that the experience is extraordinarily uncomfortable for many women. We need to rebalance that hierarchy in some sense, Fox said Thursday. Having men outside the door and women educated to assist is a small attempt to focus on the need for modesty and to help with the imbalance of power. The issue of womens roles has been explosive in Modern Orthodox Judaism in recent years, and some say the Freundel case is being exploited by both sides by the more permissive to say that women need more authority and by the more conservative to say that Freundel wasnt Orthodox enough.

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Sweden Recognises Palestine and the Planet Endor – Video




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Black Jews 2:NBA Negroes & RacistCover-Up Exposed By Rabbi Yadon – Video




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Sweden Recognizes Palestine, Drawing Sharp Israeli Criticism

Sweden today recognized Palestine, just weeks after incoming Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said his government would become the first major European nation to make the move. In response, Israel’s Foreign Ministry recalled Isaac Bachman, its ambassador to Sweden, for consultations. The Haaretz newspaper cited an unnamed Foreign Ministry official as saying Bachman would remain in Jerusalem until further notice and that Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman was considering downgrading relations with Sweden. Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom described the recall as a maneuver that “is part of the diplomatic tool kit.” “I am convinced that both our countries have an interest in maintaining and strengthening our good bilateral ties,” Wallstrom said. Her comments were reported by The Associated Press. Lieberman called Sweden’s decision “very unfortunate,” adding: “The Swedish government needs to understand that relations in the Middle East are more complicated than a piece of furniture from Ikea that you assemble at home, and [Sweden] should act with responsibility and sensitivity.” Wallstrom responded to that barb with this quip: “I will be happy to send Israel FM Lieberman an Ikea flat pack to assemble. He’ll see it requires a partner, cooperation and a good manual.” Today’s move by Sweden places the Scandinavian nation among more than 100 others that recognize a Palestinian state. Most Western nations still don’t recognize Palestine, and many said they don’t plan to follow Sweden. EU member states such as Hungary and Poland that do recognize a Palestinian state did so before they joined the bloc.

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Israel backing out of US V-22 aircraft sale

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Jews and Muslims Unite in Outrage as Israel Closes Temple Mount Over Violence Fears

Prayer Rugs and Anger in Streets of Seething Holy City getty images Published October 30, 2014. Jerusalem Muslims and Jews united in outrage as Israel blocked all access to the Al Aqsa compound known to Jews as the Temple Mount amid fears of unrest following the shooting of a prominent right-wing Israeli activist and the police killing of his suspected attacker. Muslims in Jerusalems Old City prayed on the streets after they were prevented from getting near the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque, kneeling on prayer rugs outside convenience stores and near stone archways under a heavy police presence. Rowaida Mahamezz, a 21-year-old student, said that her family comes to pray every Thursday at Al Aqsa, traveling from Umm al-Fahm near Haifa. They knew that the site was closed, but they came anyway. We have the right to pray in Al Aqsa every day, she said. Instead, they prayed at a spot outside of Lions Gate, one of the main entrances to the Old City. Rajae Bitar, a 59-year-old administrator at Al Quds Open University who lives in the Old City, says he prays at Al Aqsa daily. But today, he prayed at a spot just before the Via Dolorosa, the path on which Jesus was said to have carried his cross until his death, instead. There were some minor flare-ups between Palestinians and Israeli police. But Palestinians said that things could escalate quickly in the Old City if Muslims arent allowed into the site for Friday prayers.

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Israel closes Jerusalem holy site after shooting

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Israel pledges to reopen Jerusalem flashpoint

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Yehudah Glick shooting: Israeli police shoot dead Palestinian suspect in attempted assassination – Video




Yehudah Glick shooting: Israeli police shoot dead Palestinian suspect in attempted assassination A U.S.-born rabbi who advocates for greater Jewish access to the Temple Mount complex, was shot on Wednesday night. Controversial Jewish activist Yehuda Glick left the Menachem Begin Heritage… By: TomoNews US Read More...

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Jewish Community 33rd Congressional District Debate Elan Carr and Ted Lieu – Video




Jewish Community 33rd Congressional District Debate Elan Carr and Ted Lieu Candidates Elan Carr and Ted Lieu debate domestic and foreign topics at Beth Jacob Congregation. Moderated by Rabbi Abraham Cooper. By: Jewish Journal Read More...

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Is This How the Third Intifada Begins?

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Sweden recognises Palestinian state, Israel recalls envoy

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Clashes erupt as Israeli police kill Palestinian suspected of shooting Jewish far-rightist

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Israel Closes Temple Mount After Palestinian Shoots Activist

Israel said it will allow limited access to the Muslim shrines on a contested Jerusalem hilltop, after closing it for the first time since 2000 in a move likened by Palestinians to a declaration of war. Police said in a text message late yesterday that the shrine, known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as Haram al-Sharif, would be reopened to a limited number of Muslims for Friday prayers today. Only worshipers who are 50 or older will be admitted, the police said. The earlier announcement of the sites closure came as Israel tightened a security clampdown in Arab areas of Jerusalem, after the Oct. 29 shooting of a prominent Jewish religious activist, Yehuda Glick, who was seriously injured. A Palestinian suspected of carrying out the attack was killed in a gun-battle with police. Glick, an American immigrant, heads a group demanding rights for Jewish prayer at the hilltop shrine. The compound has seen repeated clashes over the past few months between Palestinians and Israeli security officers. A spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Nabil Abu Rudeina, said that continued Israeli aggression and dangerous escalation is tantamount to a declaration of war on the Palestinian people and their holy sites. Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon, in an e-mailed statement, accused Abbas of spreading lies and hate against the right of Jews to their land and freedom of worship, and called the shooting of Glick another grave phase in the ongoing Palestinian incitement. Police spokeswoman Luba Samri said that before yesterday, the site hadnt been barred to Muslim worshipers since 2000. A visit by Ariel Sharon that year, before he was elected prime minister, set off a chain of violence that evolved into the second Palestinian uprising against Israel. Muslims believe their Prophet Mohammad ascended to heaven from the site, and the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex, which includes the silver-capped mosque and gold-capped Dome of the Rock, is Islams third-holiest site. Jews venerate the area as the site of their biblical temples. The Western Wall, Judaisms holiest prayer site, is located at the foot of the complex. Since Israel captured east Jerusalem and its Old City in 1967, and annexed it in a move not internationally recognized, the compound has been run by a Muslim clerical trust known as the Waqf, under Israeli security control. Tensions in Jerusalem have been mounting in recent months, spurred by the killing of Jewish and Arab teenagers, the 50-day conflict in Gaza, and most recently the killing by a Palestinian driver of two people waiting at a tram station.

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Israel recalls envoy after Sweden recognises Palestine: ministry

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Museum dedicated to Jewish history in Poland opens in Warsaw

A museum dedicated to the history of Jews in Poland officially opened in Warsaw this week at the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto. The museum opened its doors to the public last year, but the event Tuesday formally inaugurated the institution, whose full name is the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. The opening drew prominent political and cultural figures, including Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.Film director Roman Polanski was also in attendance for the museum’s inaugural celebrations. The museum’s name is a reference to the Hebrew words for “Poland” and to “dwell” or “rest here.” On Tuesday, the museum unveiled its core exhibition titled “A Thousand-Year History of Polish Jews.” The exhibition begins with the arrival of Jews in what is now Poland during the Middle Ages and continues through the Holocaust and into the present day. At the start of World War II, Jews numbered about 3.3 million in Poland. By the end of the war, the number was 200,000 to 300,000. The museum, which is estimated to have cost close to $100 million in total, was designed by Finnish architectsRainer Mahlamki and Ilmari Lahdelma. The rather stark design features a large gap in the middle that the architects have explained as representing the parting of the Red Sea. Rivlin, who became Israel’s president in July, spoke at the museum’s opening. An Agence France-Presse report quoted him as saying that “although Jews were torn away from Poland, it is difficult, or even impossible to tear Poland away from Jews. It is impossible to erase history so rich, so full and so extremely painful.” The museum describes itself on its website as a private-public partnership, with the city of Warsaw and the Polish Ministry of Culture covering the majority of its operating budget. The Assn. of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland, a private organization, also contributes the operating budget. Twitter:@DavidNgLAT

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U.N. watchdog urges Israel to probe possible Gaza war crimes

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Sweden recognizes Palestinian state, hopes will revive peace process

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Ouch! Israel Slams IKEA After Sweden OKs Palestine

TEL AVIV- Israels foreign minister slapped down Swedens decision to recognize the state of Palestine Thursday, saying the Middle East was more complicated than self-assembly furniture at IKEA. In a post on his Facebook page, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said the move by Stockholms new left-leaning government was a miserable decision that strengthens the extremist elements. Sweden is now the third Western European nation, after Malta and Cyprus, to recognize Palestine, reflecting growing international impatience with Israel’s nearly half-century control of the West Bank, east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. “There is a territory, a people and government,” Swedish foreign minister Margot Wallstrom told reporters. British lawmakers earlier this month voted in favor of recognizing Palestine as a state, although the U.K. government has no obligation to adopt the decision as policy. Israel says Palestinians can gain independence only through peace negotiations, and that recognition of Palestine at the U.N. or by individual countries undermines the negotiating process. Palestinians say Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu isn’t serious about the peace negotiations. Reuters contributed to this report. First published October 30 2014, 8:05 AM

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Latvian musical on Nazi collaborator stirs anger

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UN watchdog slams Israel abuses, demands Gaza war probe

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