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There is NO excuse for the taking of civil life. What say you ATS? Where do you see this going?
The Palestinian Authority (PA) is a symbol of the new anti-Semitism disguised as anti-Zionism, according to Dr. Gerardo Stuczynski, the president of the Latin American Zionist Confederation. In a memo to Arutz Sheva, he asserted that the PA is popular because of the new anti-Semitism that “states that all the peoples of the world have the right to self-determination, except the Jewish people. That is why Zionism is illegitimate and Israel is the only country that has no right to exist.
new anti-Semitism that “states that all the peoples of the world have the right to self-determination, except the Jewish people. That is why Zionism is illegitimate and Israel is the only country that has no right to exist.
The survey found that 19 percent of Americans think that it is “probably true” that the statement that “Jews have too much control/influence on Wall Street” is correct. This marks a five percentage point increase since 2009.
As well, 15 percent that agreed Jews are “more willing to use shady practices,”
It was also found that 14 percent of respondents agreed with the statement that “Jews have too much power in the U.S. today,” an increase from 13 percent in 2009.
In America and other like countries we tend to think things through to the point of finding these differences to be able to say things like "I support the Jews, but not Israel" But go to another mid eastern country and see if anyone there holds a difference between Jews and Israel. I bet they do not.
In its pages the brochure calls for the boycott of the State of Israel, which it accuses of ethnic cleansing of Arabs in Judea and Samaria, racist legislation, racial segregation, and the establishment and maintenance of an apartheid administration in the territories.
I personally support the people and the country.
Really wish people would learn to differentiate between the two... Ahh well guess it gives the primitives something to squable over.. Carry on then..
Though history tells us that we went into a world war because of the nutcase mentality of Hitler's world domination, some can say that we fought the last world war to prevent the extermination of the Jews. Wether we truely did so or not is unknown to me.
Only here in the wacko west do people imagine anti-zionism to be unconnected with anti-semitism, when really, it is simply a new modality, affecting the same end.
I my opinion, it is deliberately being generated by the sophisticated sociological conditioning of the elite. Basically, the Jews are cast as eternal victims. Other groups which have been victimized feel they are ignored relative to the Jews, and this breeds resentment. This resentment is compounded by the Palestinian issue, which people find further annoyance in, because the eternal victim ' the Jew - is victimizing someone else. This again breeds further hatred for the Jews.
Basically, the Jews are cast as eternal victims.
Other groups which have been victimized feel they are ignored relative to the Jews, and this breeds resentment.
This resentment is compounded by the Palestinian issue, which people find further annoyance in, because the eternal victim ' the Jew - is victimizing someone else.
Keep saying it and eventually it will become the truth, right?
Even prominent Rabbis clearly define the distinction between antisemitism and anti-zionism
just like people use "pro-israel" as a mask to justify their racism towards Arabs.
Again, how is this a holocaust? It's not. It's isolated racially (maybe) motivated attacks. This is a far cry from systematic extermination.
George Hintlian, historian and prominent member of Jerusalem's 2,000-strong Armenian community in Jerusalem, pointed out the posters a few metres from the 1,500-year old Armenian monastery. They advertised Armenia's 24 April commemorations. All but one had been defaced, torn from the ancient walls or, in at least one case, spraypainted with graffiti in Hebrew. "Maybe they don't like it that there was another genocide," George told me. "These are things we can't explain." More than 70 members of George's family were murdered in the butchery and death marches of 1915 – when German officers witnessed the system of executions, rail-car deportations to cholera camps and asphyxiation by smoke in caves – the world's first "gas" chambers. One witness, the German vice-consul in Erzurum, Max von Scheubner-Richter, ended up as one of Hitler's closest friends and advisers. It's not as if there's no connection between the first and second Holocausts.