Canadian authorities continue to allow the Arabic publication to continue, having previously posted that Judaism is a “terrorist religion,” blamed Jews for the Holocaust, glorified suicide bombings and now publishes that Jews bury Palestinians alive and steals their organs.
By Cnaan Liphshiz, JTA
An Arabic-language newspaper in the greater Toronto area published an article falsely accusing Israel of burying Palestinians alive and stealing their organs, a Jewish group said.
The Feb. 28 edition of al-Meshwar dedicates a half-page to “The Abuse of the Martyrs and the Manipulation of Their Bodies Are Jewish Commandments and Israeli Directives” by Mustafa Yusuf al-Lidawi, B’nai Brith Canada wrote in a statement Tuesday. Continue Reading »
Prof. Gerald Steinberg, head of NGO Monitor explains which anti-Semitic NGOs use Christian blood libels in their claims against Israel
Anti-Semitic NGOs, which receive funding from official authorities such as the United States and the European Union, use classic Christian blood libels in their claims against Israel, said Professor Gerald Steinberg, head of NGO Monitor.
Prof. Gerald Steinberg, head of NGO Monitor.
Steinberg spoke to Arutz Sheva at the 4th conference of the Global Forum for Combating Anti-Semitism which was held in Jerusalem.
Steinberg named MIFTAH, a Palestinian Authority-based NGO, as an example of a group which uses the old Christian blood libel that accuses Jews of using the blood of Christians to bake matzah on Passover, as part of its anti-Israel propaganda. Continue Reading »
NGOs claiming to promote human rights use antisemitic themes & images to promote it’s agenda. Hatred of Jews is tolerated in a way that would be unthinkable for other racial, ethic, or religious groups & Jewish victims are denied the right to define what constitutes discrimination against them.
The Jerusalem-based NGO Monitor released today a report titled “Blood Libels and BDS” detailing the antisemitic rhetoric and activity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) which will be presented to the participants of the Global Forum in Jerusalem later this week.
“A network of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) claiming to promote human rights and humanitarian agendas in the context of the Arab-Israeli conflict often use antisemitic themes and images,” the report charges. Continue Reading »