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|Graffiti by extremist Jewish settlers in Hebron reads: “Gas the Arabs .. JDL”|
By Khalid Amayreh
Imagine, just imagine, the outcry that would follow an imagined call by a European Muslim or Christian religious leader suggesting sending hundreds of thousands of Jews to concentration camps. The Sheikh or priest or bishop would be lambasted beyond imagination, and his denomination or church would immediately distance itself from his foolish remarks.
Political authorities would also declare that Nazi-minded Sheikh or bishop has no place in modern Europe and that governments would nip the hateful and racist elements in the bud. In short, he would be looked upon as a pariah, to say the very least. He even might be forced to commit suicide under public pressure.
As to Jewish circles, their protests would be clarion and omnipresent.
But how would things look like if such a…
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You should know the theme by now: He’s a Zionist. Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon aka Tommy Robinson, aka Andrew McMaster and Paul Harris (27 November 1982), is the leading anti-Islamism activist in Britain. He led the English Defense League (EDL), a Christian-Zionist organization, from 2009 to 2013 until he was convinced by the Quilliam think-tank to abandon the group and seek out alternative ways of tackling the Muslim problem. In 2015 he became active in Pegida UK. He now works for The Rebel Media and writes books.
Tommy doesn’t outwardly identify as Alt-Right, but like Milo and Lauren Southern, he shares the same agenda and so it is necessary to expose him for the sake of England.
The Quilliam think-tank which influenced Tommy while in the EDL is a pro-Islam public relations group led by Majid Nawa and Ed Husain which promotes “Moderate Islam” and fights “far-right extremism” (white people who are tired of the…
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“Patagonia belongs to Jews?”, an an Israeli living in Chile.
Abraham Foxman, the national director of powerful Israel lobby, Anti-Defamation League (ADL), has called Chilean Senator Eugenio Tuma, chairman Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chilean Senate, an ‘anti-Semite’, for blaming Israel for financing and sending military personnel to set fire in the environmental preserve of Torres del Paine Park in the Chilean Patagonia.
Chilean Rep. Fuad Chahin (Christian Democratic Party) posted a comment on Twitter questioning whether the alleged perpetrator was indeed a tourist and suggested he might have been sent by the State of Israel after “killing Palestinian children.”
ADL statement equated the remarks with the old-time anti-Semitic ‘Andinia Plan’. Last year, Dr. Adrian Salbuchi, a geo-political analyst told Jeff Rense that Theodor Herzl’s dream of a Jewish homeland out of Europe was in Patagonia and not in Palestine. He later changed his view under pressure…
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