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Tel Aviv 2012–Berlin 1938 – OpEd

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posted on May, 24 2012 @ 04:12 PM
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Again, some citizens of Israel demonstrate their intolerance, this time
not against the Palestinians but with the Sudanese migrant.


Israel has moved one step closer to Nazi Germany circa 1938. In Berlin, Nazis walked the streets terrorizing Jews, smashing windows, burning books and synagogues. Today, in Tel Aviv’s poor Hatikva neighborhood, the cream of Israel’s political Übermenschen, Kahanists Michael Ben Ari, Itamar Ben Gvir and Baruch Marzel terrorized foreign workerswho live there with mass violence and nothing less than a pogrom:



Hundreds of demonstrators assembled in…Hatikva…alling for the ousting of African migrant workers. Some people attacked people attacked Africans that passed by. Others smashed the windows of a grocery store serving the migrant worker community and looted it.

Another group of demonstrators stopped a shuttle taxi and searched for migrant workers among the passengers, while banging on the windows.

The crowd cried “The people want the Sudanese deported” and “infiltrators get out of our home.” Miri Regev, a Likud Knesset Member said that “the Sudanese were a cancer in our body.” 17 protesters were arrested.


This article is By: Richard Silverstein

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‘Deport the Sudanese’: Violent Israeli race riots draw condemnation, empathy







edit on 24-5-2012 by samsamm9 because: (no reason given)

edit on 24-5-2012 by samsamm9 because: (no reason given)




posted on May, 24 2012 @ 05:48 PM
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A critical difference I can see here between the Kristallnacht and this incident is that the government is arresting the anti-sudanese protesters, whereas on the Kristallnacht 30,000 Jews were arrested and 91 killed. This incident was not overtly sponsored by the Israeli government. They're still really damned close to the Nazis, however.



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