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Anti-racism coalition claims Israeli extreme-right groups getting state funds – Al-Monitor

Benzion Gopstein (L), leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, gathers with fellow activists in Jerusalem, Dec. 25, 2014. (photo byREUTERS/Nir Elias)

Author:Shlomi Eldar Posted March 23, 2017

An Israeli nonprofit dedicated to promoting tolerance presented on March 21 a reporttitled Funding Racism” in the Knesset Committee on Transparency headed by Knesset member Stav Shaffir. The report by the Tag Meir forum indicates that the State of Israel provides direct or indirect funding to radical right-wing organizations describedas racist or of a racist complexion.Tag Meir, Hebrew for Light Tag,is a coalition of Israeli organizations founded in 2011 as a counterweight to the hate crimes perpetrated by rightist Jewish groups against Arabs and other non-Jews attacks known in Hebrew as price tag.”

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The reports author, Noam Vilder, tells Al-Monitor that the findings paint a frightening picture that she assesses is only the tip of the iceberg of a sophisticated scheme for funneling money to radical right-wing organizations, eroding the fabric of co-existence, damaging the values of tolerance in Israel society, and mongering hatred between Jews and Arabs.

One such organization cited in the report is Lehava, headed by extreme right activist Bentzi Gopstein. This group was originally dedicated to preventing assimilation (through marriage between Arabs and Jews), but in recent years has branched out and launched a campaign of incitement against Arabs for example, a campaign against Arab bus drivers in Jerusalem titled Putting the steering wheel in Mohammeds hands is not good,as we reportedin Al-Monitor, or supporting the burning of churches.

Other organizations mentioned in the report are the Jewish Idea yeshiva founded by the racist Rabbi Meir Kahane (who was killed in 1990), and the Honenu nongovernmental organization (NGO) that provides legal aid for Jews suspected of terror attacks against Arabs. Among its beneficiaries are Ami Popper, who murdered seven Palestinians in 1990, and members of the Bat Ayn underground who tried to blow up a Palestinian girls school in East Jerusalem in 2002.

When we started working on the report we knew wed find interesting things, but we didnt really know what we were getting into, Vilder says. According to her, the radical right operates under the guise of preventing assimilation or of supporting humanitarian values such as aiding the needy, thus enjoying direct or indirect state funds. But in fact it operates to promote highly racist goals.

Honenu, for example, the nonprofit that in the past raised money for Yigal Amir, the assassin of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, was granted recognition as a tax-exempt public institution, and donors receive a 35% tax deduction in keeping with the laws on taxation. This way, those donating money to the radical organizations in Israel have an incentive to donate, Vilder says.

Honenu transferred some 200,000 Israeli shekels ($55,000) to radical right-wing activists imprisoned in connection with terrorism and hate crimes, and 50,000 shekels to their familiesusing funds that appear to have originated in the state treasury,according to the report.

The Tag Meir report also says that known radical right-wing activists channel money from seemingly innocent nonprofits to organizations of a distinct racist hue that are not registered as NGOs, thus funding their racist ideological activity.

The report mentions, for example, The Fund for the Salvation of the People of Israel, headed by, among others, Bentzi Gopstein and Ayala Ben-Gvir (the wife of radical right lawyer and activist Itamar Ben-Gvir). This group was identified by the reports authors as a sister organization of a nonprofit calling itself Hemla(Hebrew for compassion) and which defines its goals as helping girls from dysfunctional families who are at risk of assimilation and deterioration. In other words, the same people head both organizations, and The Fund for the Salvation of the People of Israelhides behind Hemlaand abuses the state funding it receives.

The report also notes that the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva, an ultra-Orthodox, nationalist Jewish seminary headed by Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburg, received state funding in 2011, but the funding was cut off following intervention by the Shin Bet domestic security agency. Nonetheless, the reports authors claim the yeshiva enjoys indirect funding it gets through other organizations and nonprofits. By the way, only this week, March 22, police along with detectives of the unit to counter nationalist crimesraided this yeshiva in the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar, arrested two students and issued an administrative restraining order against one other student in order to keep him away from the school.

Most of the organizations examined by Tag Meir are run by the same small group of extremists who help each other in achieving their goals and obtaining funding to promote the radical racist ideology they espouse, according to the report. Gopstein is named in connection with almost all of them, whether as the official director of Lehavaor as another office holder such as an authorized signatory.

We know for a fact about a link between Gopstein and the Hemla organization that gets funding from the state budget. Theres a close link between them, and funds and means are transferred from one to the other, Vilder says.

Another interesting detail that emerges from the report is that some of the money comes from Israeli institutions such as the ORT network of vocational schools supported by the state, or the United Israel Appeal (Keren Hayesod), the United Jewish Appealand others.

Why does the ORT network have an interest in channeling money to right-wing groups? Thats an interesting question, also in regard to Keren Hayesod, which openly appears among a list of donors to the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva. This is very strange, but we dont have any information about how and why money was transferred by them. We dont have the legal tools to follow all the money trails, but a concerted, comprehensive effort is needed to open this can of worms, Vilder says.

Tag Meir is now considering handing over its findings to the state comptroller general, who is equipped by law with the required legal tools and means to follow the money trail from the state coffers to various organizations that even the Shin Bet regards as risks to Israels security.

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French Jewish scholars hate speech trial leaves anti-racism activists bitter, divided

Georges Bensoussan in Milan in 2014. Photo by Moked/Federico Valente

It is all happening over just two words: mothers milk.

Georges Bensoussan, one of the worlds leading experts on Jews in Arab lands, used the two fateful words during a radio interview in 2015. Citing the work of an Algerian sociologist, he asserted that in Arab families in France and beyond, everybody knows but will not say that anti-Semitism is transmitted with mothers milk.

Bensoussan later insisted he meant this as a metaphor for culturally transmitted bias. Nevertheless, his words prompted both the Collective Against Islamophobia in France and the International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism, or LICRA, independently to initiate a criminal trial against him for allegedly inciting racial hatred.

The verdict in Bensoussans trial, which began last month, is expected to determine boundaries of free speech in academia in a country where moderates fear both radical Islam and the surge of xenophobia it is triggering.

But the trial is already pitting anti-racism activists against one another, including within LICRA. One of Frances most revered thinkers, the philosopher Alain Finkielkraut, resigned from its honorary board in protest over what French media are calling lAffaire Bensoussan.

Long frustrated over what they regard as politically correct censorship, right-leaning French Jews reacted with outrage over Bensoussans prosecution, using language even more heated than the hyperbolic rhetoric common in their favorite media.

Former Le Monde reporter Yves Mamou called the prosecution a Jihad against the truth and Frances new Dreyfus Trial in reference to the wrongful conviction for treason in 1894 of a Jewish army captain.

Sammy Ghozlan, founder of the center-right National Bureau of Vigilance Against Anti-Semitism, condemned the prosecution as shocking.

I think its deplorable how LICRA has lowered itself into this quagmire of a trial against telling the truth, he added in an interview last week.

Ghozlan, a former police commissioner, said people with origins in Muslim countries in recent years have been responsible for most of the hundreds of violent anti-Semitic incidents recorded in France. At least eight people were murdered since 2012 in jihadist attacks on Jewish targets.

Discontent over Bensoussans prosecution spread to more centrist circles, exposing the left-leaning LICRA to criticism by Finkielkraut. Last year he received the countrys ultimate academic distinction when he entered the Academie Francaise pantheon of great thinkers.

On Jan. 29 Finkielkraut, a member of the dovish JCall group of French Jews who oppose Israels settlement policy, announced he would be resigning from LICRA over its decision to sue Bensoussan.

The move dishonored LICRA, he said during an interview with RCJ radio, accusing LICRA of opting for inquisition against Bensoussan.

I call on all activists, followers and sympathizers to draw their own conclusions [about LICRA] from this ignominy, he said. Finkielkraut called the prosecution of Bensoussan an exceptionally grave event politically, judicially and historically.

During the interview, Finkielkraut noted that Bensoussan in 2015 was paraphrasing the statements of the Algeria-born sociologist Sman Laacher, a non-Jew who said that anti-Semitism in Muslim areas is in the air that one breathes.

Laacher and Bensoussan were using metaphors, Finkielkraut argued, and neither speak of any biological dimension to the culturally transmitted phenomenon they describe. That refutes the incitement to racial hatred charge, he said.

But in an election year with the far-right National Front group leading in the polls, this technicality was soon eclipsed in the media by the trials broader implications on free speech and race relations.

The trial is a way of avoiding investigative thought and any public expression on Islam except for praise, Finkielkraut said in the RCJ interview.

In a scathing op-ed in the Marianne weekly, columnist Martine Gozlan called the trial shameful and an attempt to silence free thought.

Its a recurring accusation by advocates of several French thinkers, Jews and others, who have paid a personal and public price recently for speaking out against Islam or in defense of Israel.

The list includes Michel Houellebecq, who has received death threats for writing a novel critical of political Islam; Bernard-Henri Levy, who is reviled by many members of his left-wing circles for defending Israel, and Finkiekraut himself, who was violently ejected from a public gathering recently because he is a Zionist.

Gozlan also noted that LICRAs fellow plaintiff, the Collective Against Islamophobia, has been accused including by LICRA itself of propagating anti-Semitic disinformation against Prime Minister Manuel Valls, whose wife is Jewish.

On Feb. 2 Philippe Karsenty, the French Jewish activist and deputy mayor of the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, echoed Gozlans sentiment in an op-ed he wrote with lawyer Pierre Lurat.

How could a group established to defend Jews come to assist a judicial jihad waged against a Jewish intellectual specialized in the history of the Holocaust? they asked.

It was a withering attack on LICRA, a group founded by a Jewish journalist in 1926 in an effort to defend a Jew charged with the Paris killing of a Ukrainian nationalist. The Ukrainian was responsible for pogroms in Ukraine in which the Jewish killers relatives perished.

Amid growing criticism, the head of LICRA, Alain Jacubowicz, who is Jewish, broke his silence about the affair. In an op-ed published earlier this month, he accused Bensoussan of benefiting extremists with his statement on Islam.

Jacubowicz had a point.

Bruno Gollnisch, a Holocaust denier and European Parliament lawmaker for National Front, embraced Bensoussans cause. In a Jan. 25 op-ed published on his website, Gollnisch equated Bensoussans troubles to those of Jean-Marie Le Pen, who was sidelined as the National Fronts leader after multiple convictions for hate speech against Jews and Muslims.

There are truths were forbidden to speak, Gollnisch wrote about both men.

Bensoussan in turn broke his own silence on the affair and replied to Jacubowicz in an open letter published Feb. 13.

Turning Jacubowiczs claim against him, Bensoussan wrote that the popularity of a populist, anti-immigrant party like the National Front is being fueled by a denial of reality, a suicidal strategy of blindness and silence.

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Liberals vote down Conservative anti-racism motion – The Globe and Mail

The federal Liberals have defeated a Conservative anti-racism motion so they can pass their own version, which condemns Islamophobia.

Conservative MP David Andersons motion to condemn all forms of systemic racism, religious intolerance, and discrimination failed in a vote of 165-126 in the House of Commons, after Liberal MPs, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, voted against it.

The Tories introduced their own anti-racism motion in response to Liberal MP Iqra Khalids M-103, which calls on the government to condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination and to study the issue at the heritage committee and make recommendations. For procedural reasons, the Liberal motion will not be voted on until April.

Heritage Minister Mlanie Joly said Tuesday that hate crimes against Muslims have more than doubled since 2012 and reiterated the governments support for Ms. Khalids motion.

The term Islamophobia is extremely important as it is discrimination against the Muslim community, Ms. Joly told reporters after the vote.

The Conservatives have expressed concerns that Islamophobia is not defined in Ms. Khalids motion and said it could stifle freedom of speech, including criticisms of Islam. They also say its more inclusive to treat all religions equally, despite the fact that the House of Commons already unanimously condemned all forms of Islamophobia in an NDP motion last fall, although it wasnt a recorded vote.

Mr. Andersons motion, which mirrors in large part that of the Liberals, condemns all forms of systemic racism, religious intolerance, and discrimination of Muslims, Jews, Christians, Sikhs, Hindus, and other religious communities, but does not specifically mention Islamophobia.

It also states that Canadian society is not immune to the climate of hate and fear exemplified by the recent and senseless violent acts at a Quebec City mosque, referring to last months deadly attack on a Quebec City mosque that left six men dead.

Liberal MP Frank Baylis, who introduced an e-petition last year on which Ms. Khalids motion is based, said if the Conservative version passed, the Liberal one would be considered moot. Both motions make similar recommendations, including that the heritage committee study the issue and develop a whole-of-government approach to reducing or eliminating discrimination, collect data to contextualize hate-crime reports and report back to the Commons within eight months.

The NDP, Bloc Qubcois and the Green Partys Elizabeth May supported the Conservative motion, although the New Democrats say theyll also support the Liberal one. Of the nine sitting Conservative MPs running for leader, only Michael Chong has said he will support M-103.

Representatives from the Canadian Muslim Forum, a non-profit organization established in 1993 to represent the Muslim community on public policy issues, urged parliamentarians to pass the Liberal version of the motion, calling it very courageous.

We are a community under siege, said Samer Majzoub, the forums president.

He said the Conservatives reaction has, directly or indirectly, created waves of Islamophobia all over the country.

This motion, unfortunately came as trying to delegitimize the M-103, and trying really to degrade this motion, Mr. Majzoub told reporters Tuesday before the vote.

Conservative MP Grard Deltell said he disagrees with the characterization that the Conservative motion would have delegitimized M-103.

But, he said, We respect their liberty of speaking, and we respect also the liberty of religion. This is what our motion was all about. And unfortunately, the Liberals decided to vote against.

On Thursday, the Ontario legislature will vote on Liberal MPP Nathalie Des Rosierss motion, which denounces attacks, threats of violence and hate crimes against Muslims and condemns all forms of Islamophobia.

Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Browns office said he will vote in favour of the motion and has instructed his caucus to do the same.

With a report from Les Perreaux

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Shas party succumbs to coalition pressure, votes down its own anti-racism bill – JerusalemOnline

After pressure from the United Torah Judaism party, Shas chairman Aryeh Deri ordered his MKs to vote against a bill to suspend government funds for schools that discriminate against students of Sephardic descent.

The ultra-Orthodox party Shas on Wednesday chose to submit to the coalition’s stance and vote down its own bill to suspend government funds for schools that discriminate against students of Sephardic descent. The decision was made following pressure from the United Torah Judaism party.

During a heated argument, Yesh Atid MK Meir Cohen, who was one of the main advocates of the bill, called UTJ MK Moshe Gafni “a racist” and told him he should “get out” and “be ashamed.”

The party said in a statement that it will “continue to fight against discrimination in schools as it has done so far with great success.”

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Prague pulls out of UN’s Durban III Anti-Racism Conference – UN Watch (press release)

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UN Watch Calls on other EU states to follow

GENEVA UN Watch commended the Czech government for being the first EU state todeclare that it will stay away from the UNs Sept. 22 commemoration of the 2001 Durban conference, a supposed anti-racism gathering that became a venue for mass displays of hatred.

The Geneva-based rights group called on EU states and other democracies to follow suit, noting that Italy and the Netherlands joined the Czechs in presenting a firm position at a June 24 UN meeting, objecting to the 2001 declarations politicized references to the Middle East.

A first draft for the Sept. 22 declaration has been circulated and will be presented next week at a UN meeting.

In astatement issued today, UN Watch recalled that the Durban process has been marked by ugly displays of intolerance and anti-Semitism, and that is not something that should be commemorated.

UN Watch is further concerned by the timing and venue, given that New York will have just held solemn ten-year memorials for those murdered in the September 11 terrorist attacks.

UN Watch is fully committed to combating discrimination, intolerance, and bigotry, and to promoting human rights for all. For that reason we call on all democracies to join us in opposing the attempts by bigoted despots to use the Durban process to hijack this noble cause.

Canada was the first to announce it would not participate in the UNs Durban III summit of world leaders, followed by Israel and the United States.

In 2009, additional countries to pull out of the Durban II meeting included Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Australia and New Zealand. France and the UK did not walk out, but asserted firm red lines that helped deter pernicious language from entering the text as well as hateful side events from being organized under UN auspices.

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The Most Anti-Semitic Website of 2016

The #1 anti-Semitic website of 2015 called  TruTube Video Sharing https://trutube.tv/ has been purged. This website was shut down after Jewish hackers in a multicountry attack wore out the owner of it and he gave up! VICTORY, thousand of hate videos were erased from existence forever and ever! The haters didnt get a chance to back up all the videos (we checked) so tens of thousands of hours in video making production has been expunged from existence. Special thanks to Hasbara Hackers United for their international work. Jewish hackers will see to it that eventually 100% of all hate material against Jews is erased from existence, no matter how many generations it takes.

The number #4 most anti-Semitic website of 2015 has been purged: Destroy Zionism http://www.destroyzionism.com/ No one had a chance to back up their immense collection of books and audio books, tens of thousands of hours worth of work erased from existence. Jewish hackers will see to it that eventually 100% of all hate material against Jews is erased from existence, no matter how many generations it takes.

TOP SITES OF 2016

For 2016, based on SPLC and ADL research, we have determined the Daily Stormer is the most Anti-Semitic website in the world. Please contact their ISP and demand they shut down this pernicious hate website, before its articles propagate all over the Internet in other languages. Anti-Semitism has been on the fringe since its epic defeat in 1945, but is moving toward the mainstream in 2015 and 2016 with websites like DavidDuke.com, Stormfront.org, VNNForum.com and DailyStormer.com being cited regularly by mainstream media sources.

1. The Daily Stormer: http://www.dailystormer.com/ – One of the most popular alt-right hate news websites in the world. We were very successful in getting it blocked in several European countries.

2. Storm Front http://www.stormfront.org – the post popular hate forum in the world, blocked by Canada, and most countries in Europe. We were successful in getting this website blocked in Italy.

3. VNN Forum http://www.vnnforum.com – Alex Linder is very dangerous, he is in the process of turning the most Anti-Semitic books ever written into audio-books. Don’t let those audio-books get spread on YouTube or other media sharing websites, please report this one to the authorities. We were successful in getting this website blocked in Italy.

4. Holocaust Deprogramming Course https://holocaustdeprogrammingcourse.com/ – do whatever it takes to get these videos deleted of YouTube, turn the pressure up. This website is blocked in Canada and Europe. Please help us get these videos deleted from YouTube before the propagandists use www.ClipConverter.cc to download them and then re-upload it to other video sharing web sites. Tied for fourth is #5. Holocaust Handbooks http://holocausthandbooks.com/ which ranked as the fifth most anti-Semitic website in the world for 2015, make sure none of these books get listed on wikipedia.org and we hope it gets shut down before its books get any chance to propagate

5. Leo Frank Case and Trial Research Library http://www.leofrank.org – The kangaroo court trial of Atlanta B’nai B’rith President Mr. Leo Max Frank resulted in his conviction and galvanized B’nai B’rith to found Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith about a month or so later in October 1913. This horrifying research website by John de Nugent claims ADL was born in the blood of Mary Phagan and alleges the evidence against Leo Frank is what soundly convicted him, not Anti-Semitism. This hate website says it’s dedicated to undoing 100 years of “Jewish Supremacist” and anti-Gentile propaganda by making the original legal documents of the case available online. Please press everywhere to have countries ban it from the Internet. Please sign up to Wikipedia and lets try to remove any evidence that’s incriminating of Leo Frank on his article entry.

6. Sonnenrad TV – we were successful in getting TruTube.TV shut down after relentless attacks against them, but then its replacement sprung up to darken the internet with anti-Semitism. https://www.sonnenrad.tv/

7. OmniPhi Media – Using compelling graphics, stock footage and imagery to spread the specter of falsehood about Jews. – www.Omniphi.tv

#8. White Girl Bleed A lot http://whitegirlbleedalot.com (racist)

#9 Metapedia http://www.metapedia.org – the anti-Semitic alternative to Wikipedia, which haters claim is controlled by Jews.

#10.  www.SolarGeneral.com is so anti-Semitic that it needs to be listed several times.

#11 White Rabbit Radio http://www.WhiteRabbitRadio.net

#12 Council for Conservative Citizens http://topconservativenews.com/

#13 American Renaissance http://www.Amren.com

#14 Creativity Movement http://creativitymovement.net

#15 What really Happened http://www.WhatReallyHappened.com

#16. Abate the Hate http://www.AbateTheHate.com

#17 Kevin Alfred Strom http://www.KevinAlfredStrom.com who is described by the SPLC as the last intellectual of the White supremacist movement.

#18. Veteran News Now http://www.veteransnewsnow.com

#19 White Biocentrism http://www.Whitebiocentrism.com *Dangerously Fermenting*

#20 Renegade Broadcasting http://www.renegadebroadcasting.com/

#21 The White Voice http://www.thewhitevoice.com/

#22 The PDF Archive http://www.pdfarchive.info

#23 The West’s Darkest Hour https://chechar.wordpress.com/

#24 Iran Holocaust Denial Cartoon Contest http://irancartoon.com/120/holocaust/index.htm

#25 John De Nugent’s Holocaust Deprogramming page http://johndenugent.us/holocaust-deprogramming/ (Please try to get all these videos deleted off the Internet!!)

#26 Daily Stormer http://www.dailystormer.com/

#27 Incogman http://www.incogman.net

#28 David Duke http://www.davidduke.com

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Anti-racism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anti-racism includes beliefs, actions, movements, and policies adopted or developed to oppose racism. In general, anti-racism is intended to promote an egalitarian society in which people do not face discrimination on the basis of their race, however defined.

By its nature, anti-racism tends to promote the view that racism in a particular society is both pernicious and socially pervasive, and that particular changes in political, economic, and/or social life are required to eliminate it.

The European discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus did not occur until 1492. However, two Papal bulls announced several decades before that event were designed to help ward off increasing Muslim invasions into Europe, which they believed would have an effect on the New World.

When Islam presented a serious military threat to Italy and Central Europe during the mid-15th century around the time of the fall of Constantinople, Pope Nicholas V tried to unite Christendom against them but failed. He then granted Portugal the right to subdue and even enslave Muslims whether white or any other race, pagans and other non-Christians in the papal bull Dum Diversas (1452). While this bull preceded the Atlantic slave trade by several decades, slavery and the slave trade were part of African societies and tribes which supplied the Arab world with slaves long before the arrival of the Europeans.

Increasingly, the Italian merchants from the wealthiest states in Italy, especially Genoa and Venice joined in the lucrative trade and some members sported exotic lackeys and few domestic or workshop slaves whereas before slavery was forbidden in Christendom and only formerly in Muslim Spain and Sicily and their buffer border marches were seen and legally allowed. Racial views of Superiority started developing and became more acute about these slaves, social views imported from the Court of Granada where they were highly stratified and classified.

The following year saw the Fall of Constantinople to Muslim conquerors of the ever growing Ottoman Empire which left the pope as the undoubted contested leader of Christendom when the Orthodox Church leadership became under submission. Several decades later, European explorers and missionaries spread Christianity to the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Pope Alexander VI had awarded colonial rights over most of the newly discovered lands by the Iberian Kingdoms of Castile and Portugal. Under their patronato system, however, Royal authorities, not the Vatican, controlled as in Europe all clerical appointments in the new colonies. Thus, the 1455 Papal bull Romanus Pontifex granted the Portuguese all lands behind Cape Bojador “allowing to reduce pagans and other enemies of Christ to perpetual servitude.”[citation needed] Later, the 1481 Papal bull Aeterni regis granted all lands south of the Canary Islands to the Portuguese Empire, while in May 1493 the Aragonese-born Pope Alexander VI decreed in the Bull Inter caetera that all lands west of a meridian only 100 leagues west of the Cape Verde Islands should belong to the Spanish Empire while new lands discovered east of that line would belong to Portugal. These arrangements were later confirmed in the 1494 Treaty of Tordesillas.

The European origins of racism spread to the Americas alongside the Europeans, but establishment views were questioned when applied to indigenous peoples. After the discovery of the New World many of the clergy sent to the New World, educated in the new Humane values of the Renaissance blooming but still new in Europe and not ratified by the Vatican, began to criticize Spain and their own Church’s treatment and views of indigenous peoples and slaves.

In December 1511, Antonio de Montesinos, a Dominican friar, was the first man to openly rebuke the Spanish authorities and administrators of Hispaniola for their “cruelty and tyranny” in dealing with the American natives and those forced to labor as slaves. King Ferdinand enacted the Laws of Burgos and Valladolid in response. However enforcement was lax, and the New Laws of 1542 have to be made to take a stronger line. Because some people like Fray Bartolom de las Casas questioned not only the Crown but the Papacy at the Valladolid Controversy whether the Indians were truly men who deserved baptism, Pope Paul III in the papal bull Veritas Ipsa or Sublimis Deus (1537) confirmed that the Indians and other races were deserving men, so long as they became baptized.[1][2] Afterward, their Christian conversion effort gained momentum along social rights, while leaving the same status recognition unanswered for Africans of Black Race, and legal social racism prevailed towards the Indians or Asians. However, by then the last schism of the Reformation had taken place in Europe in those few decades along political lines, and the different views on the Value of human lives of different races were not corrected in the lands of Northern Europe, which would join the Colonial race at the end of the century and over the next, as the Portuguese and Spanish Empires waned. It would take another century, with the influence of the French Empire at its height, and its consequent Enlightenment developed at the highest circles of its Court, to return these previously inconclusive issues to the forefront of the political discourse championed by many intellectual men since Rousseau. These issues gradually permeated to the lower social levels, where they were a reality lived by men and women of different races from the European racial majority.

Prior to the American Revolution, a small group of Quakers including John Woolman and Anthony Benezet successfully persuaded their fellow members of the Religious Society of Friends to free their slaves, divest from the slave trade, and create unified Quaker policies against slavery. This afforded their tiny religious denomination some moral authority to help begin the Abolitionist movement on both sides of the Atlantic. Woolman died of smallpox in England in 1775, shortly after crossing the Atlantic to bring his anti-slavery message to the Quakers of the British Isles.

During and after the American Revolution, Quaker ministrations and preachings against slavery began to spread beyond their movement. In 1783, 300 Quakers, chiefly from the London area, presented the British Parliament with their signatures on the first petition against the slave trade. In 1785, Englishman Thomas Clarkson, enrolled at Cambridge, and in the course of writing an essay in Latin (Anne liceat invitos in servitutem dare (Is it lawful to enslave the unconsenting?), read the works of Benezet, and began a lifelong effort to outlaw the slave trade in England. In 1787, sympathizers formed the Committee for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, a small non-denominational group that could lobby more successfully by incorporating Anglicans, who, unlike the Quakers, could lawfully sit in Parliament. The twelve founding members included nine Quakers, and three pioneering Anglicans: Granville Sharp, Thomas Clarkson, and William Wilberforce all evangelical Christians.

Later successes in opposing racism were won by the abolitionist movement, both in England and the United States. Though many Abolitionists did not regard blacks or mulattos as equal to whites, they did in general believe in freedom and often even equality of treatment for all people. A few, like John Brown, went further. Brown was willing to die on behalf of, as he said, “millions in this slave country whose rights are disregarded by wicked, cruel, and unjust enactments….” Many black Abolitionists, such as Frederick Douglass, explicitly argued for the humanity of blacks and mulattoes, and for the equality of all people.

Prior to and during the American Civil War, racial egalitarianism in the North became much stronger and more generally disseminated. The success of black troops in the Union Army had a dramatic impact on Northern sentiment. The Emancipation Proclamation was a notable example of this shift in political attitudes, although it notably did not completely extinguish legal slavery in several states. After the war, the Reconstruction government passed the Fourteenth Amendment and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution to guarantee the rights of blacks and mulattoes. Many ex-slaves had access to education for the first time. Blacks and mulattoes were also allowed to vote, which meant that African-Americans were elected to Congress in numbers not equaled until the Voting Rights Act and the Warren Court helped re-enfranchise black Americans.[citation needed]

Due to resistance in the South, however, and a general collapse of idealism in the North, Reconstruction ended, and gave way to the nadir of American race relations. The period from about 1890 to 1920 saw the re-establishment of Jim Crow laws. President Woodrow Wilson, who regarded Reconstruction as a disaster, segregated the federal government.[3] The Ku Klux Klan grew to its greatest peak of popularity and strength. D. W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation was a movie sensation.

In 1911 the First Universal Races Congress met in London, at which distinguished speakers from many countries for four days discussed race problems and ways to improve interracial relations.[4]

Friedrich Tiedemann was one of the first people scientifically to contest racism. In 1836, using craniometric and brain measurements (taken by him from Europeans and black people from different parts of the world), he refuted the belief of many contemporary naturalists and anatomists that black people have smaller brains and are thus intellectually inferior to white people, saying it was scientifically unfounded and based merely on the prejudiced opinions of travelers and explorers.[5]

At the start of the 20th Century, the work of anthropologists trying to end the paradigms of cultural evolutionism and social Darwinism within social sciencesanthropologists like Franz Boas, Marcel Mauss, Bronisaw Malinowski, Pierre Clastres and Claude Lvi-Straussbegan the initiative to the end of racism in human sciences and establish cultural relativism as the new dominant paradigm.

Japan first proposed articles dedicated to the elimination of racial discrimination to be added to the rules of the League of Nations. This was the first proposal concerning the international elimination of racial discrimination in the world.[citation needed]

Although the proposal received a majority (11 out of 16) of votes, the chairman, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, overturned it saying that important issues should be unanimously approved. Billy Hughes[6] and Joseph Cook vigorously opposed it as it undermined the White Australia policy.[citation needed]

Opposition to racism revived in the 1920s and 1930s. At that time, anthropologists such as Franz Boas, Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead, and Ashley Montagu argued for the equality of humans across races and cultures. Eleanor Roosevelt was a very visible advocate for minority rights during this period. Anti-capitalist organizations like the Industrial Workers of the World, which gained popularity from 1905-1926, were explicitly egalitarian.

Beginning with the Harlem Renaissance and continuing into the 1960s, many African-American writers argued forcefully against racism.

During the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, Jim Crow laws were repealed in the South and blacks finally re-won the right to vote in Southern states. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was an influential force, and his “I Have a Dream” speech is an exemplary condensation of his egalitarian ideology.

Egalitarianism has been a catalyst for feminism, anti-war, and anti-imperialist movements. Henry David Thoreau’s opposition to the MexicanAmerican War, for example, was based in part on his fear that the U.S. was using the war as an excuse to expand American slavery into new territories. Thoreau’s response was chronicled in his famous essay “Civil Disobedience”, which in turn helped ignite Gandhi’s successful campaign against the British in India.[citation needed] Gandhi’s example in turn inspired the American civil rights movement.

As James Loewen notes in Lies My Teacher Told Me: “Throughout the world, from Africa to Northern Ireland, movements of oppressed people continue to use tactics and words borrowed from our abolitionist and civil rights movements.” In East Germany, revolutionary Iran, Tiananmen Square, and South Africa, images, words, and tactics developed by human rights supporters have been used regularly and repeatedly.

Many of these uses have been controversial. For example, the pro-life movement often draws connections between its goals and the goals of abolitionism. In Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe has used anti-racist rhetoric to promote a land distribution scheme whereby privately-held land is confiscated from white Rhodesians and distributed to blacks, which has resulted in widespread starvation (see Land reform in Zimbabwe).[7][8][9]

Anti-racist goals have often been supported by members of dominant cultures. Some have given their lives in pursuit of them, such as abolitionist John Brown, civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo, and numerous rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust, such as German resistance fighter Hans von Dohnnyi. Historian and author Cynthia Stokes Brown, in discussing the role of “white allies” in the American anti-racist movement such as Virginia Foster Durr and others, wrote about “how some of those considered white were able to join unequivocably in the fight for the liberation of those considered other races, as well as for their own freedom from racism,” in the hope of providing role models of antiracist white identity and action.[10]

Efforts towards being a “white ally” have been criticized for sometimes being self-serving, acting as a “savior”, or merely assuaging white guilt.[11] In a 2015 article published by AlterNet addressing ongoing racial inequities in the core of American culture, several writers on the topic of race gave observations about how “those who possess a real and authentic desire to be anti-racist partners to people of color” might do so productively; from study, research, and confronting their own and others’ privilege and bias in everyday life, language, and law, to helping build effective social and political movements, participating in protest, and engaging in personal “DIY activism” through zines, art, podcasts, and articles.[12]

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Poland Abolishes Anti-Racism Watchdog – breitbart.com

TheLaw and Justice (PiS) party this week scrapped a public body designed to fight racism and investigate hate crimes, citing its inefficiency. Government spokesman Rafal Bochenek told reporters the councils responsibilities will be taken over by more efficient state institutions.

The Council Against Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance was set up by the previous government led by the liberal Civic Platform party, who were voted out of office last October after they agreed with the European Union (EU) that the country would take several thousand non-European migrants.

The human rights Ombudsman, and parties opposed to PiS, have widely condemned the governments abolition of the body as they say hate crimes are increasing in Poland. Its shameful. The council is absolutely necessary amid the increasing number of racially motivated attacks and rising xenophobia, Ombudsman Adam Bodnar told AFP.

The fears, spread by certain political parties about refugees are feeding into racist comments on the Internet, and this has not been firmly condemned, he continued.

The Times of Israel reported that Polish prosecutors last launched 1,500 probes into cases of alleged discrimination and racially motivated hate crimes, up from the investigation of 60 such cases in 2009.

Polish politician Katarzyna Lubnauer, of the socially and economically liberal Modern party, said she was outraged at the liquidation of the state council. Given increasing reluctance in Poland towards accepting people of another colour, another race, or who use a language other than Polish, the MP stressed she believes the institution is very much needed.

Comments below Polish television network TVNs coverage of the story were broadly supportive of the move, with one person writing Anti-racism council liquidated rightly so, looking at whats happening in Germany or France, seemingly referring to the problems those European countries are facing as a result of having large numbers of non-European migrants.

Civic Platform politician Rafal Grupiski claimed that scrapping the anti-racism body, which was established in 2013 by then Prime Minister of Poland, current European Council President Donald Tusk, is contrary to the rules of the European Union.

The Law and Justice (PiS) party was elected in a major landslide victory in December that returned Polands first single-party government since the end of Communism. Although their ascent to power has left minority left-wing activists angered, and has triggered a series of protests by those who claim that the recently elected government lack democratic legitimacy, the party has pressed on with a programme of changes, including turning the nations back on the EU migrant resettlement programme

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Anti-racism coalition claims Israeli extreme-right groups getting state funds – Al-Monitor

Benzion Gopstein (L), leader of the far-right Israeli group Lehava, gathers with fellow activists in Jerusalem, Dec. 25, 2014. (photo byREUTERS/Nir Elias) Author:Shlomi Eldar Posted March 23, 2017 An Israeli nonprofit dedicated to promoting tolerance presented on March 21 a reporttitled Funding Racism” in the Knesset Committee on Transparency headed by Knesset member Stav Shaffir. The report by the Tag Meir forum indicates that the State of Israel provides direct or indirect funding to radical right-wing organizations describedas racist or of a racist complexion.Tag Meir, Hebrew for Light Tag,is a coalition of Israeli organizations founded in 2011 as a counterweight to the hate crimes perpetrated by rightist Jewish groups against Arabs and other non-Jews attacks known in Hebrew as price tag.” TranslatorRuti Sinai The reports author, Noam Vilder, tells Al-Monitor that the findings paint a frightening picture that she assesses is only the tip of the iceberg of a sophisticated scheme for funneling money to radical right-wing organizations, eroding the fabric of co-existence, damaging the values of tolerance in Israel society, and mongering hatred between Jews and Arabs. One such organization cited in the report is Lehava, headed by extreme right activist Bentzi Gopstein. This group was originally dedicated to preventing assimilation (through marriage between Arabs and Jews), but in recent years has branched out and launched a campaign of incitement against Arabs for example, a campaign against Arab bus drivers in Jerusalem titled Putting the steering wheel in Mohammeds hands is not good,as we reportedin Al-Monitor, or supporting the burning of churches. Other organizations mentioned in the report are the Jewish Idea yeshiva founded by the racist Rabbi Meir Kahane (who was killed in 1990), and the Honenu nongovernmental organization (NGO) that provides legal aid for Jews suspected of terror attacks against Arabs. Among its beneficiaries are Ami Popper, who murdered seven Palestinians in 1990, and members of the Bat Ayn underground who tried to blow up a Palestinian girls school in East Jerusalem in 2002. When we started working on the report we knew wed find interesting things, but we didnt really know what we were getting into, Vilder says. According to her, the radical right operates under the guise of preventing assimilation or of supporting humanitarian values such as aiding the needy, thus enjoying direct or indirect state funds. But in fact it operates to promote highly racist goals. Honenu, for example, the nonprofit that in the past raised money for Yigal Amir, the assassin of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, was granted recognition as a tax-exempt public institution, and donors receive a 35% tax deduction in keeping with the laws on taxation. This way, those donating money to the radical organizations in Israel have an incentive to donate, Vilder says. Honenu transferred some 200,000 Israeli shekels ($55,000) to radical right-wing activists imprisoned in connection with terrorism and hate crimes, and 50,000 shekels to their familiesusing funds that appear to have originated in the state treasury,according to the report. The Tag Meir report also says that known radical right-wing activists channel money from seemingly innocent nonprofits to organizations of a distinct racist hue that are not registered as NGOs, thus funding their racist ideological activity. The report mentions, for example, The Fund for the Salvation of the People of Israel, headed by, among others, Bentzi Gopstein and Ayala Ben-Gvir (the wife of radical right lawyer and activist Itamar Ben-Gvir). This group was identified by the reports authors as a sister organization of a nonprofit calling itself Hemla(Hebrew for compassion) and which defines its goals as helping girls from dysfunctional families who are at risk of assimilation and deterioration. In other words, the same people head both organizations, and The Fund for the Salvation of the People of Israelhides behind Hemlaand abuses the state funding it receives. The report also notes that the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva, an ultra-Orthodox, nationalist Jewish seminary headed by Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburg, received state funding in 2011, but the funding was cut off following intervention by the Shin Bet domestic security agency. Nonetheless, the reports authors claim the yeshiva enjoys indirect funding it gets through other organizations and nonprofits. By the way, only this week, March 22, police along with detectives of the unit to counter nationalist crimesraided this yeshiva in the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar, arrested two students and issued an administrative restraining order against one other student in order to keep him away from the school. Most of the organizations examined by Tag Meir are run by the same small group of extremists who help each other in achieving their goals and obtaining funding to promote the radical racist ideology they espouse, according to the report. Gopstein is named in connection with almost all of them, whether as the official director of Lehavaor as another office holder such as an authorized signatory. We know for a fact about a link between Gopstein and the Hemla organization that gets funding from the state budget. Theres a close link between them, and funds and means are transferred from one to the other, Vilder says. Another interesting detail that emerges from the report is that some of the money comes from Israeli institutions such as the ORT network of vocational schools supported by the state, or the United Israel Appeal (Keren Hayesod), the United Jewish Appealand others. Why does the ORT network have an interest in channeling money to right-wing groups? Thats an interesting question, also in regard to Keren Hayesod, which openly appears among a list of donors to the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva. This is very strange, but we dont have any information about how and why money was transferred by them. We dont have the legal tools to follow all the money trails, but a concerted, comprehensive effort is needed to open this can of worms, Vilder says. Tag Meir is now considering handing over its findings to the state comptroller general, who is equipped by law with the required legal tools and means to follow the money trail from the state coffers to various organizations that even the Shin Bet regards as risks to Israels security. Read More: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/03/israel-palestine-tag-meir-extreme-right-financing-violence.html

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French Jewish scholars hate speech trial leaves anti-racism activists bitter, divided Georges Bensoussan in Milan in 2014. Photo by Moked/Federico Valente It is all happening over just two words: mothers milk. Georges Bensoussan, one of the worlds leading experts on Jews in Arab lands, used the two fateful words during a radio interview in 2015. Citing the work of an Algerian sociologist, he asserted that in Arab families in France and beyond, everybody knows but will not say that anti-Semitism is transmitted with mothers milk. Bensoussan later insisted he meant this as a metaphor for culturally transmitted bias. Nevertheless, his words prompted both the Collective Against Islamophobia in France and the International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism, or LICRA, independently to initiate a criminal trial against him for allegedly inciting racial hatred. The verdict in Bensoussans trial, which began last month, is expected to determine boundaries of free speech in academia in a country where moderates fear both radical Islam and the surge of xenophobia it is triggering. But the trial is already pitting anti-racism activists against one another, including within LICRA. One of Frances most revered thinkers, the philosopher Alain Finkielkraut, resigned from its honorary board in protest over what French media are calling lAffaire Bensoussan. Long frustrated over what they regard as politically correct censorship, right-leaning French Jews reacted with outrage over Bensoussans prosecution, using language even more heated than the hyperbolic rhetoric common in their favorite media. Former Le Monde reporter Yves Mamou called the prosecution a Jihad against the truth and Frances new Dreyfus Trial in reference to the wrongful conviction for treason in 1894 of a Jewish army captain. Sammy Ghozlan, founder of the center-right National Bureau of Vigilance Against Anti-Semitism, condemned the prosecution as shocking. I think its deplorable how LICRA has lowered itself into this quagmire of a trial against telling the truth, he added in an interview last week. Ghozlan, a former police commissioner, said people with origins in Muslim countries in recent years have been responsible for most of the hundreds of violent anti-Semitic incidents recorded in France. At least eight people were murdered since 2012 in jihadist attacks on Jewish targets. Discontent over Bensoussans prosecution spread to more centrist circles, exposing the left-leaning LICRA to criticism by Finkielkraut. Last year he received the countrys ultimate academic distinction when he entered the Academie Francaise pantheon of great thinkers. On Jan. 29 Finkielkraut, a member of the dovish JCall group of French Jews who oppose Israels settlement policy, announced he would be resigning from LICRA over its decision to sue Bensoussan. The move dishonored LICRA, he said during an interview with RCJ radio, accusing LICRA of opting for inquisition against Bensoussan. I call on all activists, followers and sympathizers to draw their own conclusions [about LICRA] from this ignominy, he said. Finkielkraut called the prosecution of Bensoussan an exceptionally grave event politically, judicially and historically. During the interview, Finkielkraut noted that Bensoussan in 2015 was paraphrasing the statements of the Algeria-born sociologist Sman Laacher, a non-Jew who said that anti-Semitism in Muslim areas is in the air that one breathes. Laacher and Bensoussan were using metaphors, Finkielkraut argued, and neither speak of any biological dimension to the culturally transmitted phenomenon they describe. That refutes the incitement to racial hatred charge, he said. But in an election year with the far-right National Front group leading in the polls, this technicality was soon eclipsed in the media by the trials broader implications on free speech and race relations. The trial is a way of avoiding investigative thought and any public expression on Islam except for praise, Finkielkraut said in the RCJ interview. In a scathing op-ed in the Marianne weekly, columnist Martine Gozlan called the trial shameful and an attempt to silence free thought. Its a recurring accusation by advocates of several French thinkers, Jews and others, who have paid a personal and public price recently for speaking out against Islam or in defense of Israel. The list includes Michel Houellebecq, who has received death threats for writing a novel critical of political Islam; Bernard-Henri Levy, who is reviled by many members of his left-wing circles for defending Israel, and Finkiekraut himself, who was violently ejected from a public gathering recently because he is a Zionist. Gozlan also noted that LICRAs fellow plaintiff, the Collective Against Islamophobia, has been accused including by LICRA itself of propagating anti-Semitic disinformation against Prime Minister Manuel Valls, whose wife is Jewish. On Feb. 2 Philippe Karsenty, the French Jewish activist and deputy mayor of the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, echoed Gozlans sentiment in an op-ed he wrote with lawyer Pierre Lurat. How could a group established to defend Jews come to assist a judicial jihad waged against a Jewish intellectual specialized in the history of the Holocaust? they asked. It was a withering attack on LICRA, a group founded by a Jewish journalist in 1926 in an effort to defend a Jew charged with the Paris killing of a Ukrainian nationalist. The Ukrainian was responsible for pogroms in Ukraine in which the Jewish killers relatives perished. Amid growing criticism, the head of LICRA, Alain Jacubowicz, who is Jewish, broke his silence about the affair. In an op-ed published earlier this month, he accused Bensoussan of benefiting extremists with his statement on Islam. Jacubowicz had a point. Bruno Gollnisch, a Holocaust denier and European Parliament lawmaker for National Front, embraced Bensoussans cause. In a Jan. 25 op-ed published on his website, Gollnisch equated Bensoussans troubles to those of Jean-Marie Le Pen, who was sidelined as the National Fronts leader after multiple convictions for hate speech against Jews and Muslims. There are truths were forbidden to speak, Gollnisch wrote about both men. Bensoussan in turn broke his own silence on the affair and replied to Jacubowicz in an open letter published Feb. 13. Turning Jacubowiczs claim against him, Bensoussan wrote that the popularity of a populist, anti-immigrant party like the National Front is being fueled by a denial of reality, a suicidal strategy of blindness and silence.

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Liberals vote down Conservative anti-racism motion – The Globe and Mail

The federal Liberals have defeated a Conservative anti-racism motion so they can pass their own version, which condemns Islamophobia. Conservative MP David Andersons motion to condemn all forms of systemic racism, religious intolerance, and discrimination failed in a vote of 165-126 in the House of Commons, after Liberal MPs, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, voted against it. The Tories introduced their own anti-racism motion in response to Liberal MP Iqra Khalids M-103, which calls on the government to condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination and to study the issue at the heritage committee and make recommendations. For procedural reasons, the Liberal motion will not be voted on until April. Heritage Minister Mlanie Joly said Tuesday that hate crimes against Muslims have more than doubled since 2012 and reiterated the governments support for Ms. Khalids motion. The term Islamophobia is extremely important as it is discrimination against the Muslim community, Ms. Joly told reporters after the vote. The Conservatives have expressed concerns that Islamophobia is not defined in Ms. Khalids motion and said it could stifle freedom of speech, including criticisms of Islam. They also say its more inclusive to treat all religions equally, despite the fact that the House of Commons already unanimously condemned all forms of Islamophobia in an NDP motion last fall, although it wasnt a recorded vote. Mr. Andersons motion, which mirrors in large part that of the Liberals, condemns all forms of systemic racism, religious intolerance, and discrimination of Muslims, Jews, Christians, Sikhs, Hindus, and other religious communities, but does not specifically mention Islamophobia. It also states that Canadian society is not immune to the climate of hate and fear exemplified by the recent and senseless violent acts at a Quebec City mosque, referring to last months deadly attack on a Quebec City mosque that left six men dead. Liberal MP Frank Baylis, who introduced an e-petition last year on which Ms. Khalids motion is based, said if the Conservative version passed, the Liberal one would be considered moot. Both motions make similar recommendations, including that the heritage committee study the issue and develop a whole-of-government approach to reducing or eliminating discrimination, collect data to contextualize hate-crime reports and report back to the Commons within eight months. The NDP, Bloc Qubcois and the Green Partys Elizabeth May supported the Conservative motion, although the New Democrats say theyll also support the Liberal one. Of the nine sitting Conservative MPs running for leader, only Michael Chong has said he will support M-103. Representatives from the Canadian Muslim Forum, a non-profit organization established in 1993 to represent the Muslim community on public policy issues, urged parliamentarians to pass the Liberal version of the motion, calling it very courageous. We are a community under siege, said Samer Majzoub, the forums president. He said the Conservatives reaction has, directly or indirectly, created waves of Islamophobia all over the country. This motion, unfortunately came as trying to delegitimize the M-103, and trying really to degrade this motion, Mr. Majzoub told reporters Tuesday before the vote. Conservative MP Grard Deltell said he disagrees with the characterization that the Conservative motion would have delegitimized M-103. But, he said, We respect their liberty of speaking, and we respect also the liberty of religion. This is what our motion was all about. And unfortunately, the Liberals decided to vote against. On Thursday, the Ontario legislature will vote on Liberal MPP Nathalie Des Rosierss motion, which denounces attacks, threats of violence and hate crimes against Muslims and condemns all forms of Islamophobia. Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Browns office said he will vote in favour of the motion and has instructed his caucus to do the same. With a report from Les Perreaux Follow Laura Stone on Twitter: @l_stone

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Shas party succumbs to coalition pressure, votes down its own anti-racism bill – JerusalemOnline

After pressure from the United Torah Judaism party, Shas chairman Aryeh Deri ordered his MKs to vote against a bill to suspend government funds for schools that discriminate against students of Sephardic descent. The ultra-Orthodox party Shas on Wednesday chose to submit to the coalition’s stance and vote down its own bill to suspend government funds for schools that discriminate against students of Sephardic descent. The decision was made following pressure from the United Torah Judaism party. During a heated argument, Yesh Atid MK Meir Cohen, who was one of the main advocates of the bill, called UTJ MK Moshe Gafni “a racist” and told him he should “get out” and “be ashamed.” The party said in a statement that it will “continue to fight against discrimination in schools as it has done so far with great success.” Follow JerusalemOnline Twitter page and stay up to date with the latest news Signup to receive the most important news events of the day Found mistakes in this report? – Click Here World News Middle East Main Newscast World News World News Finance World News World News Culture World News Israel News Middle East Israel News Israel News World News World News Culture World News World News World News Main Newscast

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Prague pulls out of UN’s Durban III Anti-Racism Conference – UN Watch (press release)

Friday, July 22, 2011 8:44 am unwatch 0 28 UN Watch Calls on other EU states to follow GENEVA UN Watch commended the Czech government for being the first EU state todeclare that it will stay away from the UNs Sept. 22 commemoration of the 2001 Durban conference, a supposed anti-racism gathering that became a venue for mass displays of hatred. The Geneva-based rights group called on EU states and other democracies to follow suit, noting that Italy and the Netherlands joined the Czechs in presenting a firm position at a June 24 UN meeting, objecting to the 2001 declarations politicized references to the Middle East. A first draft for the Sept. 22 declaration has been circulated and will be presented next week at a UN meeting. In astatement issued today, UN Watch recalled that the Durban process has been marked by ugly displays of intolerance and anti-Semitism, and that is not something that should be commemorated. UN Watch is further concerned by the timing and venue, given that New York will have just held solemn ten-year memorials for those murdered in the September 11 terrorist attacks. UN Watch is fully committed to combating discrimination, intolerance, and bigotry, and to promoting human rights for all. For that reason we call on all democracies to join us in opposing the attempts by bigoted despots to use the Durban process to hijack this noble cause. Canada was the first to announce it would not participate in the UNs Durban III summit of world leaders, followed by Israel and the United States. In 2009, additional countries to pull out of the Durban II meeting included Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Australia and New Zealand. France and the UK did not walk out, but asserted firm red lines that helped deter pernicious language from entering the text as well as hateful side events from being organized under UN auspices.

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Anti-racism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anti-racism includes beliefs, actions, movements, and policies adopted or developed to oppose racism. In general, anti-racism is intended to promote an egalitarian society in which people do not face discrimination on the basis of their race, however defined. By its nature, anti-racism tends to promote the view that racism in a particular society is both pernicious and socially pervasive, and that particular changes in political, economic, and/or social life are required to eliminate it. The European discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus did not occur until 1492. However, two Papal bulls announced several decades before that event were designed to help ward off increasing Muslim invasions into Europe, which they believed would have an effect on the New World. When Islam presented a serious military threat to Italy and Central Europe during the mid-15th century around the time of the fall of Constantinople, Pope Nicholas V tried to unite Christendom against them but failed. He then granted Portugal the right to subdue and even enslave Muslims whether white or any other race, pagans and other non-Christians in the papal bull Dum Diversas (1452). While this bull preceded the Atlantic slave trade by several decades, slavery and the slave trade were part of African societies and tribes which supplied the Arab world with slaves long before the arrival of the Europeans. Increasingly, the Italian merchants from the wealthiest states in Italy, especially Genoa and Venice joined in the lucrative trade and some members sported exotic lackeys and few domestic or workshop slaves whereas before slavery was forbidden in Christendom and only formerly in Muslim Spain and Sicily and their buffer border marches were seen and legally allowed. Racial views of Superiority started developing and became more acute about these slaves, social views imported from the Court of Granada where they were highly stratified and classified. The following year saw the Fall of Constantinople to Muslim conquerors of the ever growing Ottoman Empire which left the pope as the undoubted contested leader of Christendom when the Orthodox Church leadership became under submission. Several decades later, European explorers and missionaries spread Christianity to the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Pope Alexander VI had awarded colonial rights over most of the newly discovered lands by the Iberian Kingdoms of Castile and Portugal. Under their patronato system, however, Royal authorities, not the Vatican, controlled as in Europe all clerical appointments in the new colonies. Thus, the 1455 Papal bull Romanus Pontifex granted the Portuguese all lands behind Cape Bojador “allowing to reduce pagans and other enemies of Christ to perpetual servitude.”[citation needed] Later, the 1481 Papal bull Aeterni regis granted all lands south of the Canary Islands to the Portuguese Empire, while in May 1493 the Aragonese-born Pope Alexander VI decreed in the Bull Inter caetera that all lands west of a meridian only 100 leagues west of the Cape Verde Islands should belong to the Spanish Empire while new lands discovered east of that line would belong to Portugal. These arrangements were later confirmed in the 1494 Treaty of Tordesillas. The European origins of racism spread to the Americas alongside the Europeans, but establishment views were questioned when applied to indigenous peoples. After the discovery of the New World many of the clergy sent to the New World, educated in the new Humane values of the Renaissance blooming but still new in Europe and not ratified by the Vatican, began to criticize Spain and their own Church’s treatment and views of indigenous peoples and slaves. In December 1511, Antonio de Montesinos, a Dominican friar, was the first man to openly rebuke the Spanish authorities and administrators of Hispaniola for their “cruelty and tyranny” in dealing with the American natives and those forced to labor as slaves. King Ferdinand enacted the Laws of Burgos and Valladolid in response. However enforcement was lax, and the New Laws of 1542 have to be made to take a stronger line. Because some people like Fray Bartolom de las Casas questioned not only the Crown but the Papacy at the Valladolid Controversy whether the Indians were truly men who deserved baptism, Pope Paul III in the papal bull Veritas Ipsa or Sublimis Deus (1537) confirmed that the Indians and other races were deserving men, so long as they became baptized.[1][2] Afterward, their Christian conversion effort gained momentum along social rights, while leaving the same status recognition unanswered for Africans of Black Race, and legal social racism prevailed towards the Indians or Asians. However, by then the last schism of the Reformation had taken place in Europe in those few decades along political lines, and the different views on the Value of human lives of different races were not corrected in the lands of Northern Europe, which would join the Colonial race at the end of the century and over the next, as the Portuguese and Spanish Empires waned. It would take another century, with the influence of the French Empire at its height, and its consequent Enlightenment developed at the highest circles of its Court, to return these previously inconclusive issues to the forefront of the political discourse championed by many intellectual men since Rousseau. These issues gradually permeated to the lower social levels, where they were a reality lived by men and women of different races from the European racial majority. Prior to the American Revolution, a small group of Quakers including John Woolman and Anthony Benezet successfully persuaded their fellow members of the Religious Society of Friends to free their slaves, divest from the slave trade, and create unified Quaker policies against slavery. This afforded their tiny religious denomination some moral authority to help begin the Abolitionist movement on both sides of the Atlantic. Woolman died of smallpox in England in 1775, shortly after crossing the Atlantic to bring his anti-slavery message to the Quakers of the British Isles. During and after the American Revolution, Quaker ministrations and preachings against slavery began to spread beyond their movement. In 1783, 300 Quakers, chiefly from the London area, presented the British Parliament with their signatures on the first petition against the slave trade. In 1785, Englishman Thomas Clarkson, enrolled at Cambridge, and in the course of writing an essay in Latin (Anne liceat invitos in servitutem dare (Is it lawful to enslave the unconsenting?), read the works of Benezet, and began a lifelong effort to outlaw the slave trade in England. In 1787, sympathizers formed the Committee for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, a small non-denominational group that could lobby more successfully by incorporating Anglicans, who, unlike the Quakers, could lawfully sit in Parliament. The twelve founding members included nine Quakers, and three pioneering Anglicans: Granville Sharp, Thomas Clarkson, and William Wilberforce all evangelical Christians. Later successes in opposing racism were won by the abolitionist movement, both in England and the United States. Though many Abolitionists did not regard blacks or mulattos as equal to whites, they did in general believe in freedom and often even equality of treatment for all people. A few, like John Brown, went further. Brown was willing to die on behalf of, as he said, “millions in this slave country whose rights are disregarded by wicked, cruel, and unjust enactments….” Many black Abolitionists, such as Frederick Douglass, explicitly argued for the humanity of blacks and mulattoes, and for the equality of all people. Prior to and during the American Civil War, racial egalitarianism in the North became much stronger and more generally disseminated. The success of black troops in the Union Army had a dramatic impact on Northern sentiment. The Emancipation Proclamation was a notable example of this shift in political attitudes, although it notably did not completely extinguish legal slavery in several states. After the war, the Reconstruction government passed the Fourteenth Amendment and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution to guarantee the rights of blacks and mulattoes. Many ex-slaves had access to education for the first time. Blacks and mulattoes were also allowed to vote, which meant that African-Americans were elected to Congress in numbers not equaled until the Voting Rights Act and the Warren Court helped re-enfranchise black Americans.[citation needed] Due to resistance in the South, however, and a general collapse of idealism in the North, Reconstruction ended, and gave way to the nadir of American race relations. The period from about 1890 to 1920 saw the re-establishment of Jim Crow laws. President Woodrow Wilson, who regarded Reconstruction as a disaster, segregated the federal government.[3] The Ku Klux Klan grew to its greatest peak of popularity and strength. D. W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation was a movie sensation. In 1911 the First Universal Races Congress met in London, at which distinguished speakers from many countries for four days discussed race problems and ways to improve interracial relations.[4] Friedrich Tiedemann was one of the first people scientifically to contest racism. In 1836, using craniometric and brain measurements (taken by him from Europeans and black people from different parts of the world), he refuted the belief of many contemporary naturalists and anatomists that black people have smaller brains and are thus intellectually inferior to white people, saying it was scientifically unfounded and based merely on the prejudiced opinions of travelers and explorers.[5] At the start of the 20th Century, the work of anthropologists trying to end the paradigms of cultural evolutionism and social Darwinism within social sciencesanthropologists like Franz Boas, Marcel Mauss, Bronisaw Malinowski, Pierre Clastres and Claude Lvi-Straussbegan the initiative to the end of racism in human sciences and establish cultural relativism as the new dominant paradigm. Japan first proposed articles dedicated to the elimination of racial discrimination to be added to the rules of the League of Nations. This was the first proposal concerning the international elimination of racial discrimination in the world.[citation needed] Although the proposal received a majority (11 out of 16) of votes, the chairman, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson, overturned it saying that important issues should be unanimously approved. Billy Hughes[6] and Joseph Cook vigorously opposed it as it undermined the White Australia policy.[citation needed] Opposition to racism revived in the 1920s and 1930s. At that time, anthropologists such as Franz Boas, Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead, and Ashley Montagu argued for the equality of humans across races and cultures. Eleanor Roosevelt was a very visible advocate for minority rights during this period. Anti-capitalist organizations like the Industrial Workers of the World, which gained popularity from 1905-1926, were explicitly egalitarian. Beginning with the Harlem Renaissance and continuing into the 1960s, many African-American writers argued forcefully against racism. During the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, Jim Crow laws were repealed in the South and blacks finally re-won the right to vote in Southern states. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was an influential force, and his “I Have a Dream” speech is an exemplary condensation of his egalitarian ideology. Egalitarianism has been a catalyst for feminism, anti-war, and anti-imperialist movements. Henry David Thoreau’s opposition to the MexicanAmerican War, for example, was based in part on his fear that the U.S. was using the war as an excuse to expand American slavery into new territories. Thoreau’s response was chronicled in his famous essay “Civil Disobedience”, which in turn helped ignite Gandhi’s successful campaign against the British in India.[citation needed] Gandhi’s example in turn inspired the American civil rights movement. As James Loewen notes in Lies My Teacher Told Me: “Throughout the world, from Africa to Northern Ireland, movements of oppressed people continue to use tactics and words borrowed from our abolitionist and civil rights movements.” In East Germany, revolutionary Iran, Tiananmen Square, and South Africa, images, words, and tactics developed by human rights supporters have been used regularly and repeatedly. Many of these uses have been controversial. For example, the pro-life movement often draws connections between its goals and the goals of abolitionism. In Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe has used anti-racist rhetoric to promote a land distribution scheme whereby privately-held land is confiscated from white Rhodesians and distributed to blacks, which has resulted in widespread starvation (see Land reform in Zimbabwe).[7][8][9] Anti-racist goals have often been supported by members of dominant cultures. Some have given their lives in pursuit of them, such as abolitionist John Brown, civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo, and numerous rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust, such as German resistance fighter Hans von Dohnnyi. Historian and author Cynthia Stokes Brown, in discussing the role of “white allies” in the American anti-racist movement such as Virginia Foster Durr and others, wrote about “how some of those considered white were able to join unequivocably in the fight for the liberation of those considered other races, as well as for their own freedom from racism,” in the hope of providing role models of antiracist white identity and action.[10] Efforts towards being a “white ally” have been criticized for sometimes being self-serving, acting as a “savior”, or merely assuaging white guilt.[11] In a 2015 article published by AlterNet addressing ongoing racial inequities in the core of American culture, several writers on the topic of race gave observations about how “those who possess a real and authentic desire to be anti-racist partners to people of color” might do so productively; from study, research, and confronting their own and others’ privilege and bias in everyday life, language, and law, to helping build effective social and political movements, participating in protest, and engaging in personal “DIY activism” through zines, art, podcasts, and articles.[12] International Europe North America Other

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Poland Abolishes Anti-Racism Watchdog – breitbart.com

TheLaw and Justice (PiS) party this week scrapped a public body designed to fight racism and investigate hate crimes, citing its inefficiency. Government spokesman Rafal Bochenek told reporters the councils responsibilities will be taken over by more efficient state institutions. The Council Against Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance was set up by the previous government led by the liberal Civic Platform party, who were voted out of office last October after they agreed with the European Union (EU) that the country would take several thousand non-European migrants. The human rights Ombudsman, and parties opposed to PiS, have widely condemned the governments abolition of the body as they say hate crimes are increasing in Poland. Its shameful. The council is absolutely necessary amid the increasing number of racially motivated attacks and rising xenophobia, Ombudsman Adam Bodnar told AFP. The fears, spread by certain political parties about refugees are feeding into racist comments on the Internet, and this has not been firmly condemned, he continued. The Times of Israel reported that Polish prosecutors last launched 1,500 probes into cases of alleged discrimination and racially motivated hate crimes, up from the investigation of 60 such cases in 2009. Polish politician Katarzyna Lubnauer, of the socially and economically liberal Modern party, said she was outraged at the liquidation of the state council. Given increasing reluctance in Poland towards accepting people of another colour, another race, or who use a language other than Polish, the MP stressed she believes the institution is very much needed. Comments below Polish television network TVNs coverage of the story were broadly supportive of the move, with one person writing Anti-racism council liquidated rightly so, looking at whats happening in Germany or France, seemingly referring to the problems those European countries are facing as a result of having large numbers of non-European migrants. Civic Platform politician Rafal Grupiski claimed that scrapping the anti-racism body, which was established in 2013 by then Prime Minister of Poland, current European Council President Donald Tusk, is contrary to the rules of the European Union. The Law and Justice (PiS) party was elected in a major landslide victory in December that returned Polands first single-party government since the end of Communism. Although their ascent to power has left minority left-wing activists angered, and has triggered a series of protests by those who claim that the recently elected government lack democratic legitimacy, the party has pressed on with a programme of changes, including turning the nations back on the EU migrant resettlement programme

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