Every Islamic terrorist possesses a hatred of ‘Jewish ideology’ and they openly glorify anti-Semitism. It doesn’t matter whether they are in religious places or in the streets, but, where ever they are, you will most certainly hear their famous chant of, “Kill the Jews.”
‘Kill the Jews’ is a basic tool of Terrorism
By Noor Dahri
In every act of terrorism, there you find certain people reasoning and justifying it, and one of the main reasons behind every act of terrorism in the world is, JEWS. This is the reason, you will hear about and read from the Muslim community, whether they are in the West or in the East. Continue Reading »
French Police must explain why they stood outside a building for an hour, as 60 yr-old Sarah Halimi could be heard screaming for her life, before being thrown out of her apartment window.
A lawyer for the family of Sarah Halimi told i24NEWS on Monday that a complaint will be filed against the police for failing to enter the building and preventing the Jewish woman’s death in April.
Sarah Halimi was beaten and thrown to her death from the window of her Paris apartment by her 27-year-old neighbor Kobili Traore.
Protest march in memory of Sarah Halimi, in Paris on April 9, 2017 – Photo: Noemie Fitoussi
French police arrived on the scene but reportedly refused to enter the building until specialist backup had arrived, during which time a neighbor recorded Halimi’s screams as she was attacked by her neighbor. Continue Reading »
London’s Metropolitan Police Service took two hours to respond to an emergency call from local postman who promptly called after seeing a teenage girl being beaten by 2 anti-Semitic thugs for being Jewish.
By Gary Willig
A 16-year-old Jewish girl who was wounded in a violent anti-Semitic assault in London was left bleeding for two hours after the Metropolitan Police Service failed to send any officers to the scene of the crime, the British Campaign Against Anti-Semitism reported.
Alexander Goldberg, a police Chaplain and the father of the victim, posted the details of the incident on Facebook on Sunday. Continue Reading »
When President Trump announced plans to move the US embassy to the Eternal Capital of the Jewish People, he exposed the vicious Palestinian extremism that uses threats and terror to promote a false narrative of ‘stealing Jerusalem’.
Palestinians Turn Jerusalem Into a Tool of Terror – By Noah Beck
Palestinian and other Arab leaders threatened violence in response to President Trump’s pledge to move the U.S. embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem. While Bill Clinton and George W. Bush also promised such a move as candidates, each backed off.
The terrorist who killed four Israelis in Jerusalem Jan. Continue Reading »
Although Karega’s blatantly anti-Semitic social media posts included one accusing Israel and “Rothschild-led bankers” of owning “Your news. The media. Your oil. And your government,” and another suggesting that Israel was behind the attack on the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris, and responsibility for downing a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine in 2014, Karega appeared to blame the college governors & administration of persecuting her because she is black.
An Oberlin College assistant professor whose anti-Semitic social media posts outraged many alumni and faculty earlier this year has been dismissed.
The Ohio college’s board of trustees announced Tuesday that it had voted to dismiss Joy Karega “for failing to meet the academic standards that Oberlin requires of its faculty and failing to demonstrate intellectual honesty.” The dismissal was effective as of Tuesday. Continue Reading »
After a Gibson representative got involved, GlennBeck.com removed Gibson’s anti-Semitic comments from the website, with an editor’s note stating: “This post has been removed because it inadvertently revealed details of an off the record conversation. We regret the error.”
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Conservative firebrand and radio talk-show host Glenn Beck revealed on a broadcast last week that during a recent conversation with controversial Hollywood director and actor Mel Gibson, the thespian claimed “Jewish people” had stolen an early copy of The Passion of the Christ movie and used it to attack him before the film’s release.
According to Internet publication The Daily Beast on Thursday, Beck had spoken to Gibson for some 90-minutes following a late August screening of the the latter’s new film, Hacksaw Ridge, which has reportedly garnered rave reviews at the box-office in recent weeks. Continue Reading »
Chatterjee writes the University Chancellor that he has been attacked, harassed, bullied and discriminated against by pro-Palestinian groups because he “refused to support anti-Semitic, anti-Israel activity” while the administration watched and even assisted on certain instances.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Milan Chatterjee, former UCLA student president and recipient of the American Jewish Committee’s inaugural Campus Courage Award, informed UCLA on Aug. 24 that he would be leaving the university due to a “hostile and unsafe campus climate” created by pro-BDS organizations.
UCLA campus – Photo: REUTERS
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Via phone interview with the Jewish Journal, Chatterjee stated that the UCLA campus had “become so hostile and unsafe” that he just couldn’t stay there anymore.
In addition to the violent acts lashed out on the Jewish students, watchdogs in France are reporting for the first time in decades a growing number of anti-Semitic incidents involving teachers – as victims & the perpetrators.
By Cnaan Liphshiz
PARIS (JTA) — Twenty-five years after he graduated from a public high school in the French capital, Stephane Tayar recalls favorably his time in one of the world’s most thorough education systems.
French forces stationed outside Jewish school – Twitter.
As for many other French Jews his age, the state-subsidized upbringing has worked out well for Tayar, a 43-year-old communications and computers specialist. Continue Reading »
Among the anti-Semitic rants protected by Oberlin College president of its assistant professor Joy Karena, was that Israel & ‘Rothschild-led bankers’ were responsible for the downing of Malaysian airliner over Ukraine in 2014.
In response to an article revealing that an Oberlin College professor made numerous postings about Jews and Israel to Facebook, the liberal arts college’s president said the college “respects the right of its faculty, students, staff and alumni to express their personal views.”
Screen Shot of Facebook account – The Tower
Marvin Krislov’s statement came after The Tower on Thursday published an article about Joy Karega, an assistant professor of rhetoric and composition at the elite Ohio institution. Continue Reading »
Last week, Jonathan Weinberg, who was 13 when a group of youths attacked him for being Jewish, earned his purple beret as a Givati fighter in the IDF. “I realized that if Jews are brutalized for being Jews, France is no place for me.” he said.
By Danny Brenner
Jonathan Weinberg was only 13 when he fell victim of a violent anti-Semitic attack by a group of French youths. Today, Weinberg is 24, an Israeli citizen, and last Thursday he received the purple beret reserved for new members of the Israel Defense Forces’ Givati combat infantry brigade.
Jonathan Weinberg: I’m happy about what I’m doing – Photo: Courtesy of the Weinberg family
Eleven years ago, Weinberg was living in Versailles with his father. Continue Reading »
Israel’s PM thinks the new Argentinian government’s decision not to abide by deal made on Iran’s behalf may improve Israel’s relations with Argentina, as well as all of South America.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu welcomed at his weekly Cabinet meeting on Sunday Argentina’s decision not to appeal a court’s ruling to strike down a deal with Iran over investigating the 1994 deadly bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish community center.
Netanyahu addresses Masa Israel participants – Amos Ben Gershom/GPO
The closure is on Jewish communities and does not include the industrial areas, still a good example of coexistence, or the Gush Etzion junction, where Arabs & Jews alike shop together at a Rami Levi supermarket.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Many settlements decided on Tuesday night to temporarily close their gates to Palestinian workers on Wednesday, and in some cases for the rest of the week, to protect themselves against possible attacks in their home communities.
A right-wing Israeli activist hods a national flag on a hilltop near the West Bank city of Maaleh Adumim. – Photo: REUTERS
This includes settlements in the Gush Etzion, Samaria and the Binyamin Region as well as Givat Ze’ev and the cities of Ariel, Ma’aleh Adumim and Beitar Illit. Continue Reading »
As Palestinian parents are featured in Abbas’ Palestinian Authority media glorifying & praising their terrorist children as ‘offerings’, Fatah officials are exploiting them, making public calls for more knife brandishing ‘children butchers’.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Palestinian Authority and Fatah officials continue to praise terrorist murderers as “martyrs” and “heroes,” Palestinian Media Watch reports Monday, amidst an unending string of terror attacks.
Shortly after the murders of 4 Israeli civilians in two separate attacks on Oct. 1 and 3, Fatah Central Committee member Mahmoud Al-Aloul called for Palestinian Arab youth to “rise up against the enemies,” calling the youth “potential Martyrs for the beloved Palestine.”
“More resistance and escalation against the occupation everywhere,” he stated on his Facebook page. Continue Reading »
Israel’s channel 2 reported that Israel has sent messages to the Jordanian King that the Waqf was allowing armed rioters sleep in al-Aksa to continue the violence.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Following Jordanian King Abdullah II’s criticism of Israel over recent violence on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount, Israel reportedly responded to the monarchy and indicated that Jordan itself was allowing the status quo at the site to be broken.
According to a Channel 2 report on Monday, Israel communicated to Jordan that it should not be shirking its own responsibility at the Temple Mount and that it was in fact the Jordanian Waqf that has allowed the rioters who were armed with stones to sleep in al-Aksa Mosque. Continue Reading »