Bulletin of Jew Hatred, November 13, 2009

Facts without comments – we collect the dots, you connect them

Mid-East
October 12, 2009
Egypt
An Egyptian cleric says, “Judgment Day Will Not Come Before the Muslims Fight the Jews and Kill Them” among other things in his violent Jew hatred speech.

Asia
November 1, 2009
Indonesia
Israeli tennis star can play in a tournament in Indonesia but the Israeli flag is not welcome.

North America
September 21, 2009
USA
UN: Arab Who Vowed to Burn Israeli Books Still Leads Race to Head U.N. Culture Agency.

October 15, 2009
USA, Memphis Tennessee
Police in Memphis say they don’t know whether the armed robbery of two members of a traditionally Jewish fraternity is related to vandals painting swastikas
on their house.

November 1, 2009
USA
US smuggles Yemen Jews to safety.

November 1, 2009
USA
Hillel groups respond creatively to anti-semetic vandalism.

November 5, 2009
USA New York
A Jew who lived in Israel before converting to Islam, says he “would like to see a mushroom cloud” over the Jewish state.

November 8, 2009
USA
FBI statistics show Jews have the largest number of hate crimes committed against them than any other religious group in the USA.

Europe
October 15, 2009
UK
North Manchester police are investigating an antisemitic assault on a 16-year-old boy as he walked home with his family from synagogue on Shabbat.

October 20, 2009
Netherlands
An interview with Henri Markens on the situation of the Jews in the Netherlands

November 1, 2009
UK
A follow-up on the terror attacks on the Chabad Nariman house in Mumbai.

November 9, 2009
Germany
A new synagogue in Dresden was vandalized on the eve of the 71st anniversary of Kristallnacht and as Germany celebrated the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.


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  1. Sacha
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    What most people don’t know is that almost a million Jews were ethnically cleansed out of countries we nowaday call “Arab countries”. Contrary to the Palestinians, they:

    – did their best to serve the countries they were thrown out from, just before it happened
    – never vowed to take revenge
    – never stabbed a muslim out of revenge or “humiliation”
    – didn’t have a massive UN agency serving their cause (such as UNWRA for the Palestinians)
    – don’t have anybody applying political pressure to get compensation or a “right of return”.

    Instead, they just put up with it and made sure they look ahead and built better lives for themselves. Today in Israel many of those refugees and their grandchildren are thriving.

    The Palestinians, on the other hand, were parked in refugee camps and fed hatred and revenge, anger, despair, bitterness. From mild-mannered, moderate people friendly to Jews before 1948 they were turned for a large part into unrelenting Jew-haters and Hitler-admirers.

    Arab leaders thrive on showing off support for the “Palestinian cause”, and utter contempt for the real needs of Palestinians. The Hezbollah for ex. turn their head away from the plight of Palestinians who live under Apartheid in Lebanon.

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