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i24NEWS – Relatives of Palestinian family killed in arson attack to … – i24NEWS (press release) (registration)

The family says that Israel bears the full responsibility for the act of terror that left three dead

The family of a Palestinian boy, Ahmed Dawabsha, the sole survivor of an arson attack carried out by Jewish extremists in 2015 that killed his parents and baby brother and left him wounded, is planning to sue the State of Israel for millions of shekels as compensation for the act of terror, claiming Israel bears the responsibility.

Relatives are set to present a complaint to the Nazareth District Court on Monday, which will demands for the compensation from the state, reported Israels Channel 2 News, according to the Times of Israel.

Tawfiq Muhammed Al Mezens center for human rights told the TV channel that the decision to file was made by the family after believing that Israel is responsible for the attack that left Ahmed in the hospital for nearly a year for treatment of severe burns.

The Dawabsha family lays all the responsibility on the State of Israel for the act of terror in which members of the Dawabsha family were murdered including the father, mother and son Ali and also for Ahmeds injuries, said Muhammed, according to the Times of Israel.

Therefore, we will present a complaint against the state, because we view it as responsible for this act of murder whether in accordance with international law or the law of the State of Israel, he said, adding that he believes Israels policies towards the construction of Jewish settlements in the West Banks are also to blame.

The occupation neglected these areas for years [successive] governments supported the illegal establishment of settlements and ignored the unprecedented incitement of Jewish terrorist organizations, he said, reported Times of Israel. These governments did not work to apply the law in these areas from which the terrorists set out and burned to death the Dawabsha family. Therefore, the state is primarily responsible for what happened.

Last month, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Israel would not pay the lawful compensation given to victims of terror by the state who are not citizens or residents of Israel, meaning the law doesnt apply to Palestinians.

The July 31 firebombing attack on the family’s home in the village killed 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsha and fatally injured his parents. Graffiti in Hebrew reading “revenge” was scrawled on the wall outside, police and witnesses said.

Ahmed was hospitalized with severe burns on 60 percent of his body and has spent nearly a year recovering from his injuries at the Sheba Medical Center at Tel HaShomer in Ramat Gan, close to Tel Aviv.

The attack drew renewed attention to Jewish extremism, sparked international condemnation and worsened tensions between Israelis and Palestinians.

It was the worst attack by Israeli extremists since 2014, which Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongly condemned stating, “This is a terrorist attack. Israel takes firm action against terrorism, no matter who its perpetrators are.” He added in a statement that “all means” would be used to bring the assailants to justice.

A 21-year-old, Israeli Jewish man, Amiram Ben-Uliel was indicted for murder. Another sixteen year-old who was unnamed because he is a minor was also indicted as an accomplice, but was alleged not to have directly participated.

The request for compensation by Ahmeds family was rejected several times. However, a Defense Ministry official told the Times of Israel last month that the family had been offered the opportunity to submit a request for compensation to an inter-ministerial committee, but instead opted to sue.

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rayhanania RAY HANANIA Columnist

Ray Hanania is an award winning political columnist and author. He covered Chicago Politics and Chicago City Hall from 1976 through 1992. Hanania began writing in 1975 when he published The Middle Eastern Voice newspaper in Chicago (1975-1977). He later published The National Arab American Times newspaper which was distributed through 12,500 Middle East food stores in 48 American States (2004-2007).

Hanania writes weekly columns on Middle East and American Arab issues for the Arab News in Saudi Arabia at www.ArabNews.com, and for TheArabDailyNews.com, and TheDailyHookah.com.

Palestinian, American Arab and Christian, Hananias parents originate from Jerusalem and Bethlehem.

Hanania is the recipient of four (4) Chicago Headline Club Peter Lisagor Awards for Column writing. In November 2006, he was named Best Ethnic American Columnist by the New American Media;In 2009, he received the prestigious Sigma Delta Chi Award for Writing from the Society of Professional Journalists. He is the recipient of the MT Mehdi Courage in Journalism Award. Hanania has also received two (2) Chicago Stick-o-Type awards from the Chicago Newspaper Guild, and in 1990 was nominated by the Chicago Sun-Times for a Pulitzer Prize for his four-part series on the Palestinian Intifada.

His wife and son are Jewish and he performs standup comedy lampooning Arab-Jewish relations, advocating for peace based on non-violence, mutual recognition and Two-States.

His Facebook Page is Facebook.com/rghanania

Email him at: RGHanania@gmail.com

Visit this link to read Ray’s column archive at the ArabNews,com www.arabnews.com/taxonomy/term/10906

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Breitbart Takes Up ‘Blame The Jews’ For Syria Story – Forward

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The alt-right has been casting blame on Jews within the Trump White House for last weeks air strike against Syria.

That narrative seemed to be popular Monday over at Breitbart, which reported the president ordered the strike at the behest of his daughter Ivanka Trump.

Citing a story in Britains far-right Daily Express, Breitbart raised the possibility that Ivankas moral outrage at the gassing by the Bashar al-Assad government of thousands of civilians might have led her father to act.

It drew on for sources unnamed individuals said to be close to the Trump orbit, as well as tweets that Ivanka Trump sent out after the strike congratulating her father for his decision.

Steve Bannon, the former head of Breitbart News and now a chief strategist for the White House, once bragged that the site was a platform for the alt-right a group of white nationalists, white supremacists and fellow travelers.

Following the air strike in Syria last week, many on the alt-right have blamed Jews within the administration, like Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka, for Trumps move against Assad.

David Duke, the former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard and serial failed politician, attributed the action to Jewish extremism. Andrew Anglin, editor of the hate-mongering Daily Stormer, said Trump had been manipulated by Jews.

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Price Tag Attacks and Jewish Extremism | Centre on …

The killing of a Palestinian infant in an arson attack and of an Israeli youth at a gay pride march highlight the threat of Jewish extremism to Israel’s national security. Such attacks are not a new phenomenon.

On 31 July, a Palestinian infant was killed during an arson attack in the village of Duma in the West Bank. Firebombs were thrown at two houses, one of which had ‘revenge’ and the Star of David sprayed on its walls. While the exact motive of the attack remains unclear, the incident carries the hallmarks of a recent trend that has come to be known as ‘price tag’ attacks. These attacks, often involving arson and vandalism, are ordinarily carried out by militant Jewish settlers and those who support them in Israel and the West Bank.

The words ‘price tag’ are often daubed on walls during these attacks, which are perpetrated as supposed revenge for the Israeli government’s restrictions on settlement activities, attacks carried out by Palestinians, and the presence of other religious groups in the country. Though the arson was aimed at Palestinians, other recent attacks, including one on 17 June at the Catholic Church of the Multiplication on the Sea of Galilee, highlight the religious motivation of Jewish extremism. The words “False idols will be smashed,” taken from a daily prayer, were written on the church’s walls, presenting an undeniably religious motivation for the attack.

While many settlers are driven by religious convictions to inhabit the land, there are also many who are secular. Some settler groups are unyielding in their stay in the West Bank and are intent on driving Palestinians out of the area; however, there are also many Israelis, from all backgrounds, who do not subscribe to this view and have much simpler reasons for living in the West Bank.

The graffitied words “false idols will be smashed” presented an undeniably religious motivation for the attack.

‘Price tag’ attacks are not the only form of religiously infused terror present in Jewish-Israeli society. On 30 July, an Israeli teenager died from her injuries after she was stabbed by an ultra-Orthodox Jewish extremist who attacked people attending the annual gay pride parade in Jerusalem.

Though distinct in their motivation, these attacks are not a new phenomenon in Israel. Jewish extremists, often ultra-Orthodox Haredi and settler groups, have often employed a radicalised form of Judaism to carry out religiously motivated attacks against other Jewish Israelis, as well as Christians and Muslims in Israel and the West Bank.

Though religiously motivated attacks have been carried out since the early history of the modern State of Israel, the emergence of several right wing religious parties in the 1970s changed the landscape of Jewish extremism. One example was Gush Emunim, a political group established in February 1974, which advocated Jewish settlement in the entire land between the Mediterranean Sea and Jordan River. Its militant offshoot, the Jewish Underground, was responsible for a number of extremist attacks in the 1980s.

Religiously driven extremism grew in the wake of the Yom Kippur War in 1973, and there were several attacks carried out against Muslims and Christians in Israel. Between 1979 and 1984, the Jewish Underground carried out attacks against mayors of multiple West Bank cities, and, most notably, in 1984 the extremist religious group attempted to destroy the Temple Mount/ al-Haram al-Sharif.

The group was also responsible for an attack in July 1983 during which they tossed grenades into classrooms of an Islamic College in Hebron, killing three students, and wounding 33 others.

As time passed, and tensions between Jews, Muslims, and Christians heightened in the context of the ongoing and ineffective peace process, Jewish extremism persisted in Israel. In 1994, Baruch Goldstein, an American-Israeli physician, carried out an attack in the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron, which killed 25 Muslim worshipers and wounded another 125. Just over a year later, Yigal Amir, inspired by religious extremism, assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

In the wake of the events of July 2015, Israeli officials have been clear in their commitment to end religious extremism of any kind, and the state has made efforts to signal it treats all terrorists alike, regardless of religion. The Israeli Justice Ministry has called for ‘price tag’ attacks to be referred to as ‘terrorist attacks.’

“The State of Israel takes a strong line against terrorism regardless of the perpetrators.”

Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem have been bitterly opposed to the annual gay pride march, protesting every year against the event. The multiple stabbings at the hands of Yishai Schlissel, released only a month ago from prison after committing a similar attack at the same event 10 years ago, highlight the tensions between the country’s ultra-Orthodox Jews and the secular consensus within which they live.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was forthright in his condemnation of the West Bank attack, saying “The State of Israel takes a strong line against terrorism regardless of the perpetrators.” Meanwhile, Israel’s Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon was unequivocal in his commentsafter the two attacks, saying that Israeli government will “Fight Jewish terror with determination and without compromise.”

Never far from the surface, these latest attacks show the multifaceted nature of the threat from extreme religious ideologies in Israel. The government faces the arduous challenge of trying to maintain national security and protect its citizens from Hizbullah, Hamas and others, while also combatting activities of extreme Jewish groups in the country.

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Hate Radio: Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion turned into Audiobook

Something dangerous is happening, the hate is percolating like coffee, anti-Semites are turning all the anti-Semitic books from history into audiobooks.

This is a very dangerous development.

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January 1, 2017   Posted in: Anti-Defamation League, Israel, Israel Apartheid, Jewish American Heritage Month, Jewish Defense League, Jewish Extremism, Jewish Heritage, Jewish History, Jewish Lobby, Jewish Racism, Jewish Supremacism, Jews, Judaism, Mark Potok, Morris Dees, Neo Nazi, Shoah, SPLC, White Nationalism, White Power, White Privilege, White Racism, White Supremacism, Zionism  Comments Closed

The International Jew by Henry Ford the Most Bigoted Book Ever Written Since Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf

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January 1, 2017   Posted in: Anti-Defamation League, Anti-Semitism, B'nai B'rith, Jewish American Heritage Month, Jewish Extremism, Jewish Heritage, Jewish History, Jewish Racism, Jewish Supremacism, Jews, White Nationalism, White Supremacism, Zionism  Comments Closed

Jewish extremism – Opinion – Jerusalem Post

Anyone attending a mixed-gender prayer service at Robinsons Arch of the Western Wall could be sentenced to six months in jail, if a bill to establish Orthodoxy as the only recognized religion at Judaisms holiest site, proposed by Shas, should become law.

Not only would common practice among millions of Diaspora Jewry be banned, but within the existing womens section, there shall be not be allowed any ceremony that includes taking out a Torah scroll, reading from it, blowing a shofar, wearing a tallit or tefillin.

The bill would in effect make the Western Wall an Orthodox synagogue by law.

Lawmakers from two haredi parties, Shas and United Torah Judaism, as well as the Likuds Oren Hazan, David Amsalem and Miki Zohar and Bayit Yehudis Bezalel Smotrich, Moti Yogev and Nissan Slomiansky, have endorsed the far-reaching proposal, which would make Orthodoxy the law throughout the entire Western Wall area.

The bill would also reverse the cabinets decision to provide an area for egalitarian worship at Robinsons Arch, where it pledged to build a prayer plaza for Reform and Conservative Jews. Its construction has been frozen since it was announced in January to great acclaim, due to coalition threats by the haredi political parties.

The bill is part of a crusade against the Reform Movement being led by Interior Minister Arye Deri.

As he told reporters: You must know that any recognition or compromise with the Reform means a recognition of their way as a stream in Judaism. Our struggle against them is uncompromising. They bring assimilation and destruction.

In other words, in the Israeli version of democracy, a minister in the government of the Jewish state may promote a law discriminating against the religious practices of the great majority of American Jewry.

That such an absurd proposal could be taken seriously, and be supported by so many right-wing politicians as well as ultra-Orthodox ministers, is a sign of how religious extremism is growing at a dangerous pace in our country.

The Shas bill would make it official that Israels democracy is also a theocracy. Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky thinks it could put Israel on the same level as Iran: If it passes, he told The Jerusalem Post, it means that Israel will become the first Western country where a woman who wears a tallit will be punished and sent to six months in jail.

This bill makes a mockery of all the efforts made by recent governments to ensure that the Western Wall is a place that unites, rather than divides, the Jewish people, said Sharansky, who negotiated the Robinsons Arch compromise, in a statement.

This bills passage would have grave consequences for the relationship between Israel and Diaspora Jewry. Based on the prime ministers strong personal commitment to strengthening the Israel-Diaspora relationship, it is my fervent hope that this damaging bill will be summarily dismissed by a majority of the coalition and of the Knesset.

There were at least two Knesset members to sound the alarm at this manifestation of Jewish extremism, Michael Oren and Rachel Azaria of Kulanu. This bill is a mortal blow for relations between the State of Israel and Jewish communities around the world, they said in a joint statement.

Many people speak about Reform Jews the way antisemites speak about the Elders of Zion, Sharansky told the Post. I found that there are unbelievable prejudices against Reform Jews. If Israeli leaders from the prime minister on down will not start trying to de-demonize our own people, then we will have a big problem.

The big problem one of Israels biggest is the death grip in which the state holds the practice of Judaism. Israel cannot be the only democracy in the Middle East or a true democracy as long as its citizens lack the freedom to worship as they please. The Shas bill, which we hope will not pass into law, is a warning signal that the time has come to separate religion and state, for the sake of both.

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i24NEWS – Relatives of Palestinian family killed in arson attack to … – i24NEWS (press release) (registration)

The family says that Israel bears the full responsibility for the act of terror that left three dead The family of a Palestinian boy, Ahmed Dawabsha, the sole survivor of an arson attack carried out by Jewish extremists in 2015 that killed his parents and baby brother and left him wounded, is planning to sue the State of Israel for millions of shekels as compensation for the act of terror, claiming Israel bears the responsibility. Relatives are set to present a complaint to the Nazareth District Court on Monday, which will demands for the compensation from the state, reported Israels Channel 2 News, according to the Times of Israel. Tawfiq Muhammed Al Mezens center for human rights told the TV channel that the decision to file was made by the family after believing that Israel is responsible for the attack that left Ahmed in the hospital for nearly a year for treatment of severe burns. The Dawabsha family lays all the responsibility on the State of Israel for the act of terror in which members of the Dawabsha family were murdered including the father, mother and son Ali and also for Ahmeds injuries, said Muhammed, according to the Times of Israel. Therefore, we will present a complaint against the state, because we view it as responsible for this act of murder whether in accordance with international law or the law of the State of Israel, he said, adding that he believes Israels policies towards the construction of Jewish settlements in the West Banks are also to blame. The occupation neglected these areas for years [successive] governments supported the illegal establishment of settlements and ignored the unprecedented incitement of Jewish terrorist organizations, he said, reported Times of Israel. These governments did not work to apply the law in these areas from which the terrorists set out and burned to death the Dawabsha family. Therefore, the state is primarily responsible for what happened. Last month, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Israel would not pay the lawful compensation given to victims of terror by the state who are not citizens or residents of Israel, meaning the law doesnt apply to Palestinians. The July 31 firebombing attack on the family’s home in the village killed 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsha and fatally injured his parents. Graffiti in Hebrew reading “revenge” was scrawled on the wall outside, police and witnesses said. Ahmed was hospitalized with severe burns on 60 percent of his body and has spent nearly a year recovering from his injuries at the Sheba Medical Center at Tel HaShomer in Ramat Gan, close to Tel Aviv. The attack drew renewed attention to Jewish extremism, sparked international condemnation and worsened tensions between Israelis and Palestinians. It was the worst attack by Israeli extremists since 2014, which Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongly condemned stating, “This is a terrorist attack. Israel takes firm action against terrorism, no matter who its perpetrators are.” He added in a statement that “all means” would be used to bring the assailants to justice. A 21-year-old, Israeli Jewish man, Amiram Ben-Uliel was indicted for murder. Another sixteen year-old who was unnamed because he is a minor was also indicted as an accomplice, but was alleged not to have directly participated. The request for compensation by Ahmeds family was rejected several times. However, a Defense Ministry official told the Times of Israel last month that the family had been offered the opportunity to submit a request for compensation to an inter-ministerial committee, but instead opted to sue.

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rayhanania RAY HANANIA Columnist Ray Hanania is an award winning political columnist and author. He covered Chicago Politics and Chicago City Hall from 1976 through 1992. Hanania began writing in 1975 when he published The Middle Eastern Voice newspaper in Chicago (1975-1977). He later published The National Arab American Times newspaper which was distributed through 12,500 Middle East food stores in 48 American States (2004-2007). Hanania writes weekly columns on Middle East and American Arab issues for the Arab News in Saudi Arabia at www.ArabNews.com, and for TheArabDailyNews.com, and TheDailyHookah.com. Palestinian, American Arab and Christian, Hananias parents originate from Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Hanania is the recipient of four (4) Chicago Headline Club Peter Lisagor Awards for Column writing. In November 2006, he was named Best Ethnic American Columnist by the New American Media;In 2009, he received the prestigious Sigma Delta Chi Award for Writing from the Society of Professional Journalists. He is the recipient of the MT Mehdi Courage in Journalism Award. Hanania has also received two (2) Chicago Stick-o-Type awards from the Chicago Newspaper Guild, and in 1990 was nominated by the Chicago Sun-Times for a Pulitzer Prize for his four-part series on the Palestinian Intifada. His wife and son are Jewish and he performs standup comedy lampooning Arab-Jewish relations, advocating for peace based on non-violence, mutual recognition and Two-States. His Facebook Page is Facebook.com/rghanania Email him at: RGHanania@gmail.com Visit this link to read Ray’s column archive at the ArabNews,com www.arabnews.com/taxonomy/term/10906

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Breitbart Takes Up ‘Blame The Jews’ For Syria Story – Forward

Getty Images Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner The alt-right has been casting blame on Jews within the Trump White House for last weeks air strike against Syria. That narrative seemed to be popular Monday over at Breitbart, which reported the president ordered the strike at the behest of his daughter Ivanka Trump. Citing a story in Britains far-right Daily Express, Breitbart raised the possibility that Ivankas moral outrage at the gassing by the Bashar al-Assad government of thousands of civilians might have led her father to act. It drew on for sources unnamed individuals said to be close to the Trump orbit, as well as tweets that Ivanka Trump sent out after the strike congratulating her father for his decision. Steve Bannon, the former head of Breitbart News and now a chief strategist for the White House, once bragged that the site was a platform for the alt-right a group of white nationalists, white supremacists and fellow travelers. Following the air strike in Syria last week, many on the alt-right have blamed Jews within the administration, like Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka, for Trumps move against Assad. David Duke, the former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard and serial failed politician, attributed the action to Jewish extremism. Andrew Anglin, editor of the hate-mongering Daily Stormer, said Trump had been manipulated by Jews. Contact Daniel J. Solomon at solomon@forward.com or on Twitter [@DanielJSolomon](www.twitter.com/DanielJSolomon]

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Price Tag Attacks and Jewish Extremism | Centre on …

The killing of a Palestinian infant in an arson attack and of an Israeli youth at a gay pride march highlight the threat of Jewish extremism to Israel’s national security. Such attacks are not a new phenomenon. On 31 July, a Palestinian infant was killed during an arson attack in the village of Duma in the West Bank. Firebombs were thrown at two houses, one of which had ‘revenge’ and the Star of David sprayed on its walls. While the exact motive of the attack remains unclear, the incident carries the hallmarks of a recent trend that has come to be known as ‘price tag’ attacks. These attacks, often involving arson and vandalism, are ordinarily carried out by militant Jewish settlers and those who support them in Israel and the West Bank. The words ‘price tag’ are often daubed on walls during these attacks, which are perpetrated as supposed revenge for the Israeli government’s restrictions on settlement activities, attacks carried out by Palestinians, and the presence of other religious groups in the country. Though the arson was aimed at Palestinians, other recent attacks, including one on 17 June at the Catholic Church of the Multiplication on the Sea of Galilee, highlight the religious motivation of Jewish extremism. The words “False idols will be smashed,” taken from a daily prayer, were written on the church’s walls, presenting an undeniably religious motivation for the attack. While many settlers are driven by religious convictions to inhabit the land, there are also many who are secular. Some settler groups are unyielding in their stay in the West Bank and are intent on driving Palestinians out of the area; however, there are also many Israelis, from all backgrounds, who do not subscribe to this view and have much simpler reasons for living in the West Bank. The graffitied words “false idols will be smashed” presented an undeniably religious motivation for the attack. ‘Price tag’ attacks are not the only form of religiously infused terror present in Jewish-Israeli society. On 30 July, an Israeli teenager died from her injuries after she was stabbed by an ultra-Orthodox Jewish extremist who attacked people attending the annual gay pride parade in Jerusalem. Though distinct in their motivation, these attacks are not a new phenomenon in Israel. Jewish extremists, often ultra-Orthodox Haredi and settler groups, have often employed a radicalised form of Judaism to carry out religiously motivated attacks against other Jewish Israelis, as well as Christians and Muslims in Israel and the West Bank. Though religiously motivated attacks have been carried out since the early history of the modern State of Israel, the emergence of several right wing religious parties in the 1970s changed the landscape of Jewish extremism. One example was Gush Emunim, a political group established in February 1974, which advocated Jewish settlement in the entire land between the Mediterranean Sea and Jordan River. Its militant offshoot, the Jewish Underground, was responsible for a number of extremist attacks in the 1980s. Religiously driven extremism grew in the wake of the Yom Kippur War in 1973, and there were several attacks carried out against Muslims and Christians in Israel. Between 1979 and 1984, the Jewish Underground carried out attacks against mayors of multiple West Bank cities, and, most notably, in 1984 the extremist religious group attempted to destroy the Temple Mount/ al-Haram al-Sharif. The group was also responsible for an attack in July 1983 during which they tossed grenades into classrooms of an Islamic College in Hebron, killing three students, and wounding 33 others. As time passed, and tensions between Jews, Muslims, and Christians heightened in the context of the ongoing and ineffective peace process, Jewish extremism persisted in Israel. In 1994, Baruch Goldstein, an American-Israeli physician, carried out an attack in the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron, which killed 25 Muslim worshipers and wounded another 125. Just over a year later, Yigal Amir, inspired by religious extremism, assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. In the wake of the events of July 2015, Israeli officials have been clear in their commitment to end religious extremism of any kind, and the state has made efforts to signal it treats all terrorists alike, regardless of religion. The Israeli Justice Ministry has called for ‘price tag’ attacks to be referred to as ‘terrorist attacks.’ “The State of Israel takes a strong line against terrorism regardless of the perpetrators.” Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem have been bitterly opposed to the annual gay pride march, protesting every year against the event. The multiple stabbings at the hands of Yishai Schlissel, released only a month ago from prison after committing a similar attack at the same event 10 years ago, highlight the tensions between the country’s ultra-Orthodox Jews and the secular consensus within which they live. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was forthright in his condemnation of the West Bank attack, saying “The State of Israel takes a strong line against terrorism regardless of the perpetrators.” Meanwhile, Israel’s Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon was unequivocal in his commentsafter the two attacks, saying that Israeli government will “Fight Jewish terror with determination and without compromise.” Never far from the surface, these latest attacks show the multifaceted nature of the threat from extreme religious ideologies in Israel. The government faces the arduous challenge of trying to maintain national security and protect its citizens from Hizbullah, Hamas and others, while also combatting activities of extreme Jewish groups in the country.

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Hate Radio: Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion turned into Audiobook

Something dangerous is happening, the hate is percolating like coffee, anti-Semites are turning all the anti-Semitic books from history into audiobooks.This is a very dangerous development.Please report this audiobook to The Internet Archive, ask them to delete it, before people download it and upload it to other video sharing web sites.Please take action immediately, before […]

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January 1, 2017   Posted in: Anti-Defamation League, Israel, Israel Apartheid, Jewish American Heritage Month, Jewish Defense League, Jewish Extremism, Jewish Heritage, Jewish History, Jewish Lobby, Jewish Racism, Jewish Supremacism, Jews, Judaism, Mark Potok, Morris Dees, Neo Nazi, Shoah, SPLC, White Nationalism, White Power, White Privilege, White Racism, White Supremacism, Zionism  Comments Closed

The International Jew by Henry Ford the Most Bigoted Book Ever Written Since Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf

Please contact the Internet Archive and ask them to censor this hate book, before bigots download this book and upload it everywhere on the Internet. Please contact The Internet Archive, before bigots download this book and turn it into an audiobook (written in 2015).https://archive.org/details/TheInternationalJewTheWorldsForemostProblemhenryFord1920s_201510Hate update 2017: Alex Linder turned this book into a radio program! […]

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January 1, 2017   Posted in: Anti-Defamation League, Anti-Semitism, B'nai B'rith, Jewish American Heritage Month, Jewish Extremism, Jewish Heritage, Jewish History, Jewish Racism, Jewish Supremacism, Jews, White Nationalism, White Supremacism, Zionism  Comments Closed

Jewish extremism – Opinion – Jerusalem Post

Anyone attending a mixed-gender prayer service at Robinsons Arch of the Western Wall could be sentenced to six months in jail, if a bill to establish Orthodoxy as the only recognized religion at Judaisms holiest site, proposed by Shas, should become law. Not only would common practice among millions of Diaspora Jewry be banned, but within the existing womens section, there shall be not be allowed any ceremony that includes taking out a Torah scroll, reading from it, blowing a shofar, wearing a tallit or tefillin. The bill would in effect make the Western Wall an Orthodox synagogue by law. Lawmakers from two haredi parties, Shas and United Torah Judaism, as well as the Likuds Oren Hazan, David Amsalem and Miki Zohar and Bayit Yehudis Bezalel Smotrich, Moti Yogev and Nissan Slomiansky, have endorsed the far-reaching proposal, which would make Orthodoxy the law throughout the entire Western Wall area. The bill would also reverse the cabinets decision to provide an area for egalitarian worship at Robinsons Arch, where it pledged to build a prayer plaza for Reform and Conservative Jews. Its construction has been frozen since it was announced in January to great acclaim, due to coalition threats by the haredi political parties. The bill is part of a crusade against the Reform Movement being led by Interior Minister Arye Deri. As he told reporters: You must know that any recognition or compromise with the Reform means a recognition of their way as a stream in Judaism. Our struggle against them is uncompromising. They bring assimilation and destruction. In other words, in the Israeli version of democracy, a minister in the government of the Jewish state may promote a law discriminating against the religious practices of the great majority of American Jewry. That such an absurd proposal could be taken seriously, and be supported by so many right-wing politicians as well as ultra-Orthodox ministers, is a sign of how religious extremism is growing at a dangerous pace in our country. The Shas bill would make it official that Israels democracy is also a theocracy. Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky thinks it could put Israel on the same level as Iran: If it passes, he told The Jerusalem Post, it means that Israel will become the first Western country where a woman who wears a tallit will be punished and sent to six months in jail. This bill makes a mockery of all the efforts made by recent governments to ensure that the Western Wall is a place that unites, rather than divides, the Jewish people, said Sharansky, who negotiated the Robinsons Arch compromise, in a statement. This bills passage would have grave consequences for the relationship between Israel and Diaspora Jewry. Based on the prime ministers strong personal commitment to strengthening the Israel-Diaspora relationship, it is my fervent hope that this damaging bill will be summarily dismissed by a majority of the coalition and of the Knesset. There were at least two Knesset members to sound the alarm at this manifestation of Jewish extremism, Michael Oren and Rachel Azaria of Kulanu. This bill is a mortal blow for relations between the State of Israel and Jewish communities around the world, they said in a joint statement. Many people speak about Reform Jews the way antisemites speak about the Elders of Zion, Sharansky told the Post. I found that there are unbelievable prejudices against Reform Jews. If Israeli leaders from the prime minister on down will not start trying to de-demonize our own people, then we will have a big problem. The big problem one of Israels biggest is the death grip in which the state holds the practice of Judaism. Israel cannot be the only democracy in the Middle East or a true democracy as long as its citizens lack the freedom to worship as they please. The Shas bill, which we hope will not pass into law, is a warning signal that the time has come to separate religion and state, for the sake of both. Relevant to your professional network? Please share on Linkedin Think others should know about this? Please share | |

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