Archive for Jew Hatred

Why Did the Lebanese Cross the Ocean?

To kill Jews!

Duh!

A Lebanese man arrested in Thailand earlier this week on suspicion of ties to Hezbollah reportedly admitted he was plotting an attack on Israeli tourists in Bangkok, local media reported Friday.

Remember this antiwar sentiment from, gosh, forever ago?

Hezbollah, the Party of God, takes that literally:

The terrorist who killed five Israelis and their tour bus driver and wounded 32 Israelis in Burgas in 2012 was an Algerian who worked for Hezbollah, Bulgaria said Monday.

It was one of the most unsurprising declarations of the year since all signs have pointed to Hezbollah since the attack at the Black Sea resort.

The suicide bomber trained in camps in southern Lebanon.

A blast from the past, if you will:

The perpetrators of a 1994 terrorist attack on the main Jewish community offices in Buenos Aires have, for the most part, been eliminated by Israeli security forces operating abroad, a former Israeli envoy to Argentina sensationally revealed Thursday.

The AMIA (Argentine Israelite Mutual Association) bombing, carried out by a Lebanese suicide bomber who drove a car bomb at the multistory building, destroying it, killed 85 people and wounded hundreds. The bomber was subsequently identified as Ibrahim Hussein Berro, an operative of the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terror group, and he was allegedly assisted by other Hezbollah and Iranian operatives.

I think the guy who said this was reprimanded, but who cares? Everyone knows Hezbollah travels the globe to murder Jews for the sole purpose of murdering Jews. If other Jews hunt down the murdering scum and deliver take-out justice, what’s the problem? They should charge for the service.

PS: To name but a few.

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Jewish State, Shmewish State

John Kerry doesn’t see the point of a Jewish state, but at least one Arab occupier of Judea, Samaria, and Gaza sure does:

“These Israelis have no belief, no principles. They are an advanced instrument of evil. They say, the Holocaust, and so on – fine, why are they doing this to us? Therefore, I believe that Allah, will gather them so we can kill them. I am informing the murderer of his death.”
[Official PA TV, March 12, 2014]

How are you supposed to negotiate with people like that? “You get Jerusalem on Mondays, Thursdays, and alternate Fridays, and we get it the rest of the time.” Is John Kerry on drugs (besides Botox)?

Still, it was nice of that Jew-hating thug (not Kerry, the Arab) to credit Israel as an “advanced” instrument of evil. No second-rate, dime-store instrument of evil, but a top-notch one. I bet Israel blushed to read it.

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I Don’t See the Problem

Just another anti-Jewish caricature, complete with tentacles and a big nose.

So?

A caricature of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in Germany’s largest broadsheet newspaper shows anti-Semitism reminiscent of the Nazi propaganda, say critics.

The cartoon, in the liberal Süddeutsche Zeitung, depicts Mark Zuckerberg as an octopus with a hook nose devouring the world’s technology. It appeared in the Friday edition of the Munich-based paper along with the International New York Times. The drawing of the 29-year-old Zuckerberg comes on the heels of Facebook’s $19 billion purchase of the messaging startup company WhatsApp.

“The cartoon is starkly reminiscent of a 1938 Nazi cartoon depicting Winston Churchill as a Jewish octopus encircling the globe,” said Efraim Zuroff, of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. “And if anyone has any doubts about the anti-Semitic dimension of the cartoon, we can point to Mark Zuckerberg’s very prominent nose, which is not the case in real life. Absolutely disgusting!”

The caption under the cartoon, drawn by Burkhard Mohr, says in German “Krake-Zuckerberg” which translates as “Octopus-Zuckerberg.”

The cartoon echoed a theme “reminiscent of Nazi propaganda which sought to warn Germany of the threat posed by Jews/world Jewry, and in a certain sense particularly by those Jews who had assimilated into German society, and could not be automatically identified as such,” Zuroff said.

Like the Nazis, huh? The Nazis of the West Bank and Gaza:

A Palestinian Authority Ministry of Education monthly periodical chose to include an essay written by a PA teacher describing Israel’s creation as an attack by “an enemy like an octopus… with burning flames shooting out from between its fangs”[.]

[Do octopi have fangs?]

“The Meccan [Quran] chapter entitled ‘Jews’ or ‘Children of Israel’ is remarkable… It’s about today’s Jews, those of our century, and speaks only of extermination and digging graves… This chapter sentences the Jews to extermination before a single Jew existed on earth… Palestine’s blessing is linked to destruction of the center of global corruption [Jews of Israel], the snake’s head. When the snake’s head of [global] corruption is cut off, here in Palestine, and when the octopus’ [Jew's] tentacles are cut off around the world, the real blessing will come with the destruction of the Jews, here in Palestine, and it is one of the splendid real blessings in Palestine.”

“The Zionist octopus’ arms reach out in every direction…”

Host: “The Israelis – or, moreover, the occupation, the Zionists – are pushing us to finally give in to them, that Haifa does not belong to me, I give it up. Haifa does not belong to us, Acre does not belong to us, Acre doesn’t belong to us, Jaffa does not belong to us. Like they demand that all of Palestine does not belong to us. This ancient olive tree also does not belong to us; We will give it up for Israel. You lived through the revolutions; how do you see Palestine right now?”

Mustafa: “Israel is an octopus; it is not satisfied with a little, or with a lot.

Like those Nazis you mean? Europe and the West seem to have no problem with those Nazis. What’s the diff? [All citations courtesy of Palestinian Media Watch.]

PS: Did the International NEW YORK TIMES really run the cartoon? I couldn’t find it.

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Pity About the H-Word

Sorry to all you “folks” who perished in the camps.

An official statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorating the victims of the Holocaust issued by EU High Representative Lady Catherine Ashton, does not identify who those victims were. The brief statement reads,

The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the Commission, issued the following statement today:

Today the international community remembers the victims of the Holocaust. We honour every one of those brutally murdered in the darkest period of European history. We also want to pay a special tribute to all those who acted with courage and sacrifice to protect their fellow citizens against persecution.

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, we must keep alive the memory of this tragedy. It is an occasion to remind us all of the need to continue fighting prejudice and racism in our own time. We must remain vigilant against the dangers of hate speech and redouble our commitment to prevent any form of intolerance. The respect of human rights and diversity lies at the heart of what the European Union stands for.

We in Bloodthirstan also bow our heads in memory of the homosexuals, Catholics, and gypsies who died in the “tragedy”. If we left anyone out—sorry, communists!—please drop us a line to remind us.

One serious comment on the use of “tragedy” to describe the attempted (and largely accomplished) annihilation of Jews from the continent of Europe. (Oh Jews—of course!) An airplane crash is a tragedy, an avalanche. The long-planned, carefully organized, fully funded extermination of a race of people (as Jews were defined by Nazis) is not a tragedy. 9/11 was not a tragedy. The Marathon bombing was not a tragedy. Tragedies are acts of nature, or other unforeseen occurrences. They may be subject to blame or responsibility—was faulty maintenance at fault for the plane crash?; did poor trail grooming lead to the avalanche?—but tragedies are not written about in advance (Mein Kampf), not an agenda item at a conference (Wannsee).

That a spokesman for Europe can’t bring herself to mention the six million Jews* brutally murdered across the continent, and can’t even call the crime by its proper name, is actually kind of scary. She has nothing to say to the Jewish state of Israel.

* A conservative estimate.

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Truth, Justice, and the Israeli Way

Everyone would rather that Iran not foment terrorism around the world. Everyone not Iranian, that is.

But if they are—and they do—there will be consequences:

The perpetrators of a 1994 terrorist attack on the main Jewish community offices in Buenos Aires have, for the most part, been eliminated by Israeli security forces operating abroad, a former Israeli envoy to Argentina sensationally revealed Thursday.

The AMIA (Argentine Israelite Mutual Association) bombing, carried out by a Lebanese suicide bomber who drove a car bomb at the multistory building, destroying it, killed 85 people and wounded hundreds. The bomber was subsequently identified as Ibrahim Hussein Berro, an operative of the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terror group, and he was allegedly assisted by other Hezbollah and Iranian operatives.

In an interview with Agencia Judía de Noticias — or AJN, a Spanish-language Jewish news agency — Yitzhak Aviran, Israel’s ambassador to Argentina from 1993-2000, revealed that many of those involved in the attack had been targeted by Israel.

“The large majority of those responsible are no longer of this world, and we did it ourselves,” an AFP report quoted Aviran as saying.

Aviran castigated the Argentinian leadership, and claimed little had been done to bring to justice the Iranian authorizers and planners of the 1994 attack, or of a 1992 bombing of the Israeli Embassy in the Argentinean capital, in which 29 people were killed.

The final decision to attack the AMIA center was made by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and then-president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, according to the indictment. In the indictment, Argentinian prosecutors relied heavily on the testimony of an Iranian defector, former intelligence official Abolghasem Mesbahi.

The specific motivation for the 1994 AMIA bombing, according to Nisman, was to punish Argentina for suspending its nuclear cooperation with Iran. Once the decision was taken to act against the country, Nisman said in an earlier Times of Israel interview, it was a Jewish target that was decided upon — again, a familiar Iranian strategy. “When they choose to act against a country, the attack is commonly on the Jewish community,” he said. “It’s the first target.”

Nisman also said there are “clear signs” that terrorist networks first established by Iran in several South American countries in the 1980s and 1990s are still in place.

So, the real trick is to take action against the Iranian terrorists before they act. What are you waiting for?

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Never Ask Directions From an Arab

Before we set down our swords of truth to sip from tankards of good cheer (and that ain’t hot chocolate in ours, Pajama Boy!), let us take a moment to revisit what the so-called Palestinians (Jesus’s peeps!) wrought not all that long ago:

The Yediot Aharonot newspaper revealed Tuesday new details of the brutal murders of reservists Yossi Avrahami and Vadim Nurzhitz (z”l). The soldiers were lynched in Ramallah in October 2000.

The soldiers lost their way to their base on October 12, 2000, ending up in the Palestinian Authority (PA) controlled city of Ramallah by mistake. PA police forces took the two into custody.

Word reached local PA residents that undercover Israeli agents were being held in the building; some 1000 rioters reportedly gathered outside. The IDF declined to take action to rescue the soldiers; they were eventually stormed by the rioters.

One PA terrorist, Aziz Salha, got to the soldiers first, where he…

We’re going to spare you the gory details—but they are provided at the story. The picture should give you some idea. Unless you work in a slaughterhouse or are a serial killer (the only professions fit for so-called Palestinians), you don’t want to know. Trust me.

But I will share the denouement to this tale:

Aziz Salha was released in 2011, as part of the terrorist exchange orchestrated between the PA and Israel for Gilad Shalit.

Given the large number of people involved in the lynching, several of the participants have never been caught for the murders…

Who says crime does not pay? If Aziz Salha drank, he’d never have to buy another drink in Ramallah again. Nice people.

I suggest a Palestinian state in Cambridge and Northampton, MA.

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Nazis and the Women Who Love Them

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach challenges the “beautiful people” in Hollywood (Emma Thompson, Anthony Bordain, Roger Waters) on their hatred of Israel.

Good for him. They deserve to have their faces rubbed in their messes.

We here at BTL.com approach the subject from the other side:

In an interview with Russia Today TV on December 7, Farouq Qaddoumi, the former political bureau head of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), said that Arabs were “enthusiastic supporters” of the Nazis during World War II.

The remarks were translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

“I don’t think it would be wrong to say that we were enthusiastic supporters of Germany,” Qaddoumi said in the interview, when asked by the interviewer, “Were you sympathetic with Nazi Germany in WWII?”

The interviewer, seeking to clarify, then said, “You supported Hitler and his people.” Qaddoumi replied, “Germany, yes. This was common among the Palestinians, especially since our enemy was Zionism, and we saw that Zionism was hostile to Germany, and vice versa.”

Recently, MEMRI posted clips from two separate rallies at Al-Quds University, in which Islamic Jihad members, cheered on by other students, take part in a live performance at which they brandish imitation assault rifles and black Islamist flags, and give Nazi salutes.

In October, reacting to ongoing incidents of incitement and anti-Semitism by the Palestinian Authority, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu noted the deep link between the Palestinian national movement and Germany’s Nazi regime.

Netanyahu noted that Haj Amin Al-Husseini, the founder of “Palestinian nationalism”, was an admirer and supporter of Adolf Hitler, had met the Nazi Fuhrer on numerous occasions and was actively involved in encouraging Hitler and his henchmen in their project of annihilating the Jewish people.

PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has consistently said that any future Palestinian state would be free of Israelis and Jews, much like the Nazis wanted Germany to be “Judenrein” (free of Jews).

These are your Arab occupiers of Judea and Samaria, you leftist Jew-haters.

Though Hitler wasn’t all bad, you know:

In an interview on the Lebanese Murr TV in July 2012, Lebanese singer Najwa Karam was asked whose attributes she would pick in order to create her ideal man. Without hesitation, she responded: “I would choose Hitler for his rhetoric, his ability of persuasion.”

Following are excerpts from the interview, posted on the Internet on July 12, 2012:

Interviewer: If you could mix together several people to form the ideal man in your view, whom would you choose?

Najwa Karam: Several people – not just one?

Interviewer: Yes, let’s say brains from one person and good nature from another.

Najwa Karam: I would choose Hitler for his rhetoric, his ability of persuasion. I would choose Richard Gere for his charm, Al Pacino for being street-wise, Hugo or Shakespeare for their romanticism…

Interviewer: Romeo and Juliet.

Najwa Karam: I’d like to combine them all together. And I’d choose Onassis for his money.

Interviewer: Nice. What are you going to sing for us?

Najwa Karam: Hold on a sec, there’s Einstein. We forgot that. For his brains.

That’s a lot of men. But then Najwa Karam is a lot of woman.

But might I suggest to the lovely Ms. Karam that if she’s looking for a model of rhetorical persuasion, she might site a more contemporary example:

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When Life Gives You Snow

Make rock-filled snowballs:

The snow that fell in Jerusalem Thursday morning presented dangers to motorists in areas, with the icy conditions making for treacherous driving for Jews and Arabs alike.

But Muslim extremists found a way to make use of the snow to threaten Jewish drivers specifically – by coating the rocks they threw at vehicles driven by Jews. Throwing rocks at Jews has become a daily pastime for Muslim youths in certain neighborhoods in the capital in recent years.

Two hareidim who drove through the Beit Hanina neighborhood in northern Jerusalem thought that the white projectiles being hurled at their car were snowballs, and were surprised when they came crashing through their window.

When they subsequently inspected the car they realized that the “snowballs” were rocks packed in snow. As they looked at the damage, they were again attacked by Muslims in what apparently was a planned ambush. They managed to escape without injury and filed a police complaint.

This is new?

A year ago, a group of Arabs harassed two young hareidi men with snowballs, chasing and kicking them. The scene was videotaped by a participant and reminded many of anti-Semitic Jew-baiting in Nazi Germany – because of the brazen nature of the attack and the helpless response of the Jews.

A year ago, a group of Arabs harassed two young hareidi men with snowballs, chasing and kicking them. The scene was videotaped by a participant and reminded many of anti-Semitic Jew-baiting in Nazi Germany – because of the brazen nature of the attack and the helpless response of the Jewish victims.

Hey Arab occupiers, never bring a snowball to a gunfight. Because if I say you packing a snowball, I’d be packing my Sig Sauer P226 Equinox. Forewarned is forearmed.

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Killer Bee

Hamas-TV’s Nahoul the bee, who took over from Farfour the talking anus, tells the boys and girls of Gaza how he feels about “peace” “negotiations” with Jews:

Untitled

Following are excerpts from the episode of the show, “Pioneers of Tomorrow,” which aired on November 29, 2013.

Interviewer: Nahoul, today I’d like to teach you the word “negotiations.”

Nahoul: What?

Interviewer: Negotiations.

Nahoul: Mmm, great – how delicious.

Interviewer: You can’t eat it.

Nahoul: Yes… I mean… What is it?

Interviewer: Negotiations is a world that children hear, but they don’t know what it means.

Nahoul: Okay, go ahead and tell us.

Interviewer: Negotiations means that we and the Zionists will become friends…

Nahoul: Huh?

Interviewer: It means that we should forgive them for the blood of all the martyrs…

Nahoul: Never!

Interviewer: We will get half of Jerusalem and they will get the other half – that’s if they agree.

Nahoul: Rim, are you saying that a Jew would pray next to me? Impossible!

Interviewer: Negotiations means that we will arrest, torture, and killed the mujahideen. It means that 90 percent of Palestine, our land, would go to the Jews.

Nahoul: That’s impossible.

Interviewer: Are you with them or with the resistance?

Nahoul: Am I with the negotiations or the resistance?

Interviewer: That’s what I’m asking.

Nahoul: Rim, I’m with the… pew-pew-pew… [makes the sound of gunfire] But I won’t do it by myself.

Interviewer: With whom? The resistance?

Nahoul: Well done, Rim.

Interviewer: Well said, Nahoul.

Watch your ass, Nahoul. The Zionists took out Arafat, and they took out your beloved Prophet (so your people say, anyway). Why do you think honeybees are dying all over the world? You may not want to pray next to Jews, but you’d better pray to them.

It’s not about the settlements.

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At Least They Had a Reason

Well, if you “hate Jews”, this is at least an explanation:

Police arrested five Arab youths from east Jerusalem suspected of carrying out the Thursday stoning attack that injured two-year-old Abigail Ben-Zion in the Armon Hanatziv neighborhood, it was revealed Tuesday after a gag order was lifted.

According to police, the suspects, arrested on Monday, admitted to throwing stones at the vehicle carrying the toddler and reinacted the incident. The suspects told investigators that they were motivated by hatred of Jews, according to Israeli media reports.

Where would Arab “youth” learn to hate Jews?

“I do not fear the rifle because your throngs are in delusion and ignorant herds.
Jerusalem is my land, Jerusalem is my honor
Jerusalem is my days and my wildest dreams.
Oh, you who murdered Allah’s pious prophets (i.e., Jews in Islamic tradition)
Oh, you who were brought up on spilling blood
You have been condemned to humiliation and hardship.
Oh Sons of Zion, oh most evil among creations
Oh barbaric monkeys, wretched pigs”
Girl 2: “Jerusalem is not your den
Jerusalem opposes your throngs
Jerusalem vomits from within it your impurity
Because Jerusalem, you impure ones, is pious, immaculate
And Jerusalem, you who are filth, is clean and pure.
I do not fear barbarity.
As long as my heart is my Quran and my city
As long as I have my arm and my stones
As long as I am free and do not barter my cause
I will not fear your throngs
I will not fear the rifle.”

Please, hit me with a rock. Anything but this stink.

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Jewish/Not Jewish?

Not Jewish:

A Muslim family from east Jerusalem was attacked two weeks ago by three Arab youths near the road of Sur Baher. Only after the group learnt that the family was in fact Palestinian did they leave them alone.

Rashuan Salman, his wife and their baby daughter were making their way from Umm-Tuba to Jerusalem, using the same road used by the family of two-year-old Avigail Ben Zion who was moderately after being hit in the head by a rock, when they were attacked.

“After driving along the road near Sur Baher three Arab youths jumped up on us,” Salman told Ynet on Sunday.

“They tried to pull us out of the car and hit us, it seemed they were intent on lynching us. They tried opening the doors and my wife begged them to leave us alone. She spoke to them in Arabic and only then did they understand that we ourselves are Arabs, and left us alone. I hit the gas and drove away as fast as possible.”

According to him, the youth clearly mistook them for Jews: “Me and my wife look Jewish, even the police officer who arrived said ‘at first sight I was sure you were Jews.’ He told us that these types of things happen all the time.”

Jewish:

Avigail Ben Tzion, the two-year-old who suffered a serious head injury Thursday in a Muslim rock ambush in southern Jerusalem, was released from hospital Sunday and has returned home.

Avigail’s father, Assaf Ben Tzion, said Sunday morning on Channel 10 that her condition has improved markedly. “She doesn’t completely understand why she is in the hospital and we haven’t really explained it to her yet, but she is already responding to her surroundings and smiling.”

“In the last 24 hours, her condition has improved meaningfully but she is still inside the severe trauma that she suffered,” he added.

“She is no longer dehydrated like she had been, and she even laughs a little,” Ben Tzion said. “She is really at the initial stages of learning to speak but right now, other than a warm hug, we just tell her that everything is OK and that we are with her. We have not yet told her why she is there.”

Refael Herbst, an MDA paramedic who treated the girl at the scene of the crime, said shortly afterward: “When we arrived we saw a woman holding a baby aged about 2 years, with a bleeding wound in her head. She was apathetic and in a foggy state of consciousness. We gave her medical treatment on the spot. We were told she had been hit by a large rock as she was traveling in the car with her mother and two brothers, who sat beside her in the car’s back seat.”

“After initial medical care we began the evacuation, and continued giving her care inside the ICU ambulance. On the way to Hadassah Ein Kerem, in the course of the treatment, she began to recover and regained consciousness. When we took her to the trauma room in the hospital she was in moderate condition.”

Every Jewish-owned car in Israel should come equipped with a spare tire, jack, jumper cables, and a phonetically written Arab translation of the phrase: “I’m an Arab, you dumbsh*t! Leave me the f*ck alone!”

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In Other News

Strictly page 24, below the fold, material:

Five Arab teens from Jerusalem, all aged 14-15, have been indicted for an anti-Semitic attack targeting a Jewish family’s home in the Old City.

The youths are accused of property damage motivated by racism, attempted assault motivated by racism, and rioting.

According to the indictment, the youths met on September 27, 2013 and agreed to throw stones at a home in the Old City solely because its residents were Jewish. They immediately launched a mob attack on the home while the Jewish family – parents and eight children ages 3-15 – were inside.

A group of roughly 10 Arab teens approached the family’s home with their faces covered. When they reached the house, one of the teens smashed two bricks, and the group began hurling a barrage of stones toward the home.

Two of the teens attempted to break down the door to the home. The rioters also attempted to set fire to the area by spilling trash next to the home and lighting it.

When they failed to set the trash on fire, one made a more direct attempt to burn the home down with the parents and children stuck inside by setting fire to a cardboard box next to the front door. The door did not catch fire.

Damned Zionist door!

Arab mobs do get around:

A mob attack on a highway near Jerusalem earlier this week has led Jewish activists to take to the streets. Several organizations are coming together to protest the attack, and similar highway terrorism, on Friday morning near the site of the attack.

Rabbi Yaron Dorani, the rabbi of the town of Nokdim, urged Israelis to join Friday’s rally.

“There’s no need to explain the danger in rock attacks, and the effect they have on people’s sense of personal safety,” he said.

The rock attacks are just part of a larger issue, he noted. “In recent weeks, Arabs have been trying – with significant support from extreme-left groups – to take over agricultural lands near our towns,” he warned.

Five people were wounded earlier this week in the violent attack which triggered the demonstration. One of the victims, Rabbi Kfir Getz, spoke to Arutz Sheva as he was taken to hospital. He told of the “murderous hate” in his attackers’ eyes, and said that only a miracle saved him from further harm.

IDF sources confirmed that roughly 50 people from the nearby Arab town of Beit Sahour took part in the attack. According to Rabbi Getz, the mob included several women and children.

What on earth would incite these Arabs—especially children—to launch pogroms against Jews? I can’t imagine.

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