Rabid anti-Israel politician claims, “We were exposed to testimonies that some of the (Israeli) soldiers are trying to spread the virus on car handles.”
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh on Sunday accused IDF soldiers of deliberately spreading the novel coronavirus among the West Bank’s Palestinian population.
In the latest iteration of an ongoing and long-standing blood libel, Shtayyeh claimed, “We were exposed to testimonies that some of the (Israeli) soldiers are trying to spread the virus on car handles.”
Car door handle – Photo: [Illustrative] Amazon
The firebrand politician cited racism as the main motive behind the soldiers’ actions. Continue Reading »
Actress Rosanna Arquette later deleted her ‘blood-libel’ denying that she is anti-Semitic by pointing out the “Holocaust museum honored my husband because he helps survivors.”
Actress Rosanna Arquette alleged in a now-deleted tweet that Israel “has been working on a [coronavirus] vaccine for a year already” and has put “lives at risk for profit.”
“So Israel has been working on a coronavirus vaccine for a year already? (so they knew it) Vaccines take a long time to know if they are safe and KUSHNER OSCAR is the major investor in the new vaccine that is supposedly coming here. Continue Reading »
Despite being refuted as untrue almost 4 years ago, the anti-Semitic Qatari-based TV channel still aired a report of a Ukrainian woman who claimed to have volunteered for the IDF and killed civilians—including children—during her military service for Israel.
By Itamar Eichner
The Qatari-based Al Jazeera TV network aired an investigative report last week showing an Israeli-Ukrainian woman who alleged that she murdered civilians and children while serving in the IDF.
The woman, Elena Zakusilo, did volunteer for the IDF and served in a junior administrative position, but her testimony, which was proven to be false shortly after it came out, was taken from a Ukrainian TV show called Lie Detector and aired in November 2013. Continue Reading »
Palestinian Media Watch exposes how Mahmoud Abbas and his Palestinian Authority operates a Goebbels-style propaganda machine that creates, inflates, and broadcasts locally and internationally, outrageous anti-Jewish canards.
By Itamar Marcus
(The following is a redaction of a report by Itamar Marcus. The report in its original form can be found here.)
The Palestinian Authority has revived the medieval blood libel that Jews are poisoning the wells of non-Jews. The PA even named a nonexistent rabbi and rabbinical council as being responsible for this call to poison all Palestinian water sources.
While Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas publicized this canard during his recent speech at the European Union parliament last week, the notion that Jews are poisoning Arab water supplies has become a prominent feature in local PA media outlets. Continue Reading »
Watch Imbecilic Statement: Former Jordanian Parliament Member perpetuates the centuries old “matzah blood libel” in Hamas’s Al-Aqsa TV interview.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
A former Jordanian member of parliament recently used the centuries old “matzah blood libel”, which claims that Jews use the blood of non-Jews to make matzah for Passover.
Former Jordanian MP, Sheik Abd Al-Mun’im Abu Zant – Photo: MEMRI/YouTube
The former Jordanian MP, Sheik Abd Al-Mun’im Abu Zant, made the comments in an interview which aired on Hamas’s Al-Aqsa TV on September 7 and in which he accused Jews of “cannibalism”.
The interview was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI). Continue Reading »
‘Blood Libel’ against Jews alive and strong in Poland as 13% still actually believe Jews use Christian blood for their ritual purposes.
How does the Church allow this to propagate? Time for the Israeli gov’t to take EU representatives to task over rampant anti-Semitism there.
By Tova Dvorin
Little has changed in the way of anti-Semitism, a new poll reveals ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Mr. Yaakov Hagoel, head of the World Zionist Organization’s Department for Activities in Israel and Countering Antisemitism, revealed Sunday the staggering results of a new poll – which shows that anti-Semitism still remains strong in Poland. Continue Reading »
On Thursday for the Catholic Church‘s Int’l Day of Judaism, a controversial picture was uncovered to expose realities of the church’s anti-Semitic past.
By Ari Yashar
The Catholic Church of Poland unveiled a painting on Thursday that had been kept hidden since 2006, after protests from both Catholics and Jews opposed the depiction of Jews murdering Christian children in the classic anti-Semitic blood libel trope.
The painting, an 18th century CE work by Italian painter Charles de Prevot called “Mord Rytualny (Ritual Murder),” has been mounted on a wall at the cathedral in Sandomierz but hidden behind a red curtain for the past 8 years due to its contents. Continue Reading »
Sheikh Salah, who was on the deadly Mavi Marmara flotilla, used the defense that he accused Catholics, not Jews, of eating children’s blood in their bread.
The Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court has convicted Sheikh Raed Salah of incitement. Salah, who heads the northern branch of the extremist Islamic Movement, currently faces other charges of incitement, as well.
The conviction relates to a speech Salah made in Jerusalem on February 16, 2007. Speaking to a crowd in the Wadi Joz neighborhood, Salah said that children’s blood has never been used to prepare the food eaten at meals to break the Ramadan fast. Continue Reading »
Prof. Moshe Sharon of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem says: Unfortunately, the “matzah blood libel” is alive & well.
By David Lev
It may seem hallucinatory in this day and age, but unfortunately, the “matzah blood libel” is alive and well. In a discussion with Arutz Sheva, Professor Moshe Sharon of Hebrew University said that there were still many instances of the false accusations against Jews for allegedly using the blood of non-Jews to make matzah, but that these accusations today are made in the Muslim world, not the Christian world, where the libel originated in 1144 with the fabricated story of William of Norwich, England. Continue Reading »