Jewish Moonbats of Mass-Destruction

Jewish and Muslim leaders urge European Union heads not to pander to “extreme-right”

Jewish “Community Leaders” or acting Lackey’s of Satan? You ain’t seen nothing yet. Are these tools totally clueless and ignorant or are they in the service of spooky dude?

Do any of these tools know what Mustafa Ceric is all about?

Mustafa Ceric’s duplicity is well documented: while complaining that nobody trusts him because he is a Muslim, he is a die-hard jihadist who talks out of both sides of his mouth, just like Arafat did. What’s puzzling me is why such a creature is still taken seriously in the West.

On a tip from KGS, Tundra Tabloids (World Jewish Congress)

In Brussels, leaders of Islamic and Jewish communities from several European countries today presented a joint declaration to the presidents of the three main European Union institutions. Ahead of a meeting of European religious leaders representing all major faiths in Europe, Bosnian Grand Mufti Mustafa Ceric and Brussels Chief Rabbi Albert Guigui handed the document on behalf of the 33 signatories to Commission President José Manuel Barroso, European Parliament President Jerzy Buzek and European Council President Herman Van Rompuy.

The declaration stresses that “Jews and Muslims live side-by-side in every European country and our two communities are important components of Europe’s religious, cultural and social tapestry. Both Muslims and Jews have deep roots and historical experience on this continent.” It raises concern about “increasing manifestations of Islamophobia (anti-Muslim bigotry) and anti-Semitism in countries across Europe.”

The joint declaration goes on to say: “Bigotry against any Jew or any Muslim is an attack on all Muslims and all Jews. We are united in our belief in the dignity of all peoples” and urges “all Europeans of conscience to put a stop to any group that espouses racist or xenophobic ideologies long before they are in a position to gain legislative or other power. We must never allow anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, xenophobia or racism to become respectable in today’s Europe. In that regard, we call upon all political leaders not to pander to these groups by echoing their rhetoric.”

Stuck on stoopid & yesterday’s news:

The signatories also declared: “We remember together the horrors that took place on this continent in the 1940s – a campaign of mass murder, unique in history, which resulted in the annihilation of one third of world Jewry in the Holocaust. That atrocity and others, such as the mass killing of Muslim civilians in Bosnia-Herzegovina during the 1990s, resulted from the triumph of racist and xenophobic ideologies that demonized those that they targeted.”

This Europe-wide interfaith initiative – the first of its kind – was set in motion last December with the first Gathering of European Muslim and Jewish Leaders in Brussels. It is modelled on a similar cooperative effort in the United States organized by the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding. Co-sponsors are the European Jewish Congress, the FFEU, the Muslim Jewish Conference the World Council of Muslims for Interfaith Relations and the World Jewish Congress.

EUROPEAN MUSLIM AND JEWISH LEADERS: JOINT DECLARATION ON THE OCCASION OF EUROPE DAY 2011

On the occasion of Europe Day, 9 May 2011, we the undersigned representatives of Muslim and Jewish communities in Europe have come together to make this joint declaration.

Europe is our common home. Jews and Muslims live side-by-side in every European country and our two communities are important components of Europe’s religious, cultural and social tapestry. Both Muslims and Jews have deep roots and historical experience on this continent. Our two faiths and communities are an integral part of Europe: past, present and future. As Jews, Muslims, and as Europeans, we are deeply concerned about the increasing manifestations of Islamophobia (anti-Muslim bigotry) and anti-Semitism in countries across Europe. We are troubled by the growth of racist and xenophobic movements. We believe that individuals and organizations espousing such malign and hateful ideologies represent a grave threat to the fundamental European values of pluralism, democracy, mutual respect and cooperation.

In response to this growing threat, we Muslims and Jews resolve to work together to counter efforts to demonize or marginalize either of our communities. Bigotry against any Jew or any Muslim is an attack on all Muslims and all Jews. We are united in our belief in the dignity of all peoples.

On this Europe Day we remember together the horrors that took place on this continent in the 1940s – a campaign of mass murder, unique in history, which resulted in the annihilation of one third of world Jewry in the Holocaust. That atrocity and others, such as the mass killing of Muslim civilians in Bosnia-Herzegovina during the 1990s, resulted from the triumph of racist and xenophobic ideologies that demonized those that they targeted.

We wish to work together with all Europeans of conscience to put a stop to any group that espouses racist or xenophobic ideologies long before they are in a position to gain legislative or other power. We must never allow anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, xenophobia or racism to become respectable in today’s Europe. In that regard, we call upon all political leaders not to pander to these groups by echoing their rhetoric.

We recognise that the issues of identity, integration, multiculturalism and immigration are complex ones which need to be addressed properly and in consultation with the minority communities in Europe. However there must be no tolerance for the demonization of entire faith communities.

We dedicate our efforts on Europe Day 2011 both to the memories of past victims of genocide and to our own children and children’s children. We take this stand today so that all the children of Europe will grow to maturity in friendship and mutual trust in a continent finally and blessedly free of hatred, fear and violence.

Signed by:
Imam Marzouk Aulad Abdellah
Professor of Islamic Theology
University of Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Rabbi Joseph Abittan
Chief Rabbi of Nice
France

Grand Mufti Dr. Mustafa Cerić
Interreligious Council of Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bosnia-Herzegovina

Imam Hassen Chalghoumi
Drancy Mosque
France

Mrs. Ayse Cindilkaya
Vice-President, Council of Muslim Students and Academics in Germany
Germany

Mr. Serge Cwajgenbaum
Secretary General
European Jewish Congress
France

Sheikh Prof. Mohamed El Sharkawy
Dean
Al-Azhar College of Islamic Studies
United Kingdom

Mufti Izzedine Elzir
President
Union of Islamic Italian Communities
Italy

Rabbi Raphael Evers
Chief Rabbi of Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Dr. Mohamed  Fernane
President Judeo-Muslim Friendship Association of the Alpes Region
France

Rabbi Herschel Gluck
Chairman
Muslim-Jewish Forum
United Kingdom

Rabbi Marc-Raphaël Guedj
Chairman
Roots and Sources
Switzerland

Chief Rabbi Albert Guigui
The Great Synagogue of Brussels & Europe
Belgium

Mrs. Aicha Haddou
President
Belgian Women of Faith Network
Belgium

Mrs. Nadine  Iarchy-Zucker
Chair of the Interfaith Standing Committee
International Council of Jewish Women
Belgium

Mr. Mohamed  Kajaj
Vice President
European Council of Moroccan Clerics
Belgium

Dr. Moshe  Kantor
President
European Jewish Congress
Russian Federation

Sheikha Halima Krausen
Initiative for Islamic Studies
Germany

Rabbi Joseph Levi
Chief Rabbi of Florence
Italy

Rabbi Reuben Livingstone
Chairman
Children of Abraham
United Kingdom

Imam Yahya Sergio Yahe Pallavicini
President
Italian Islamic Religious Community
Italy

Dr. Richard Prasquier
President
French Jewish Institutions Representative Council
France

Imam Fatih Åžahan
Spokesperson
Turkish Islamic Religious Union
Germany

Imam Dr. Abduljalil Sajid
Chairman
Muslim Council for Religious and Racial Harmony
United Kingdom

Prof. Anas Schakfeh
President
Islamic Community of Austria
Austria

Rabbi Marc Schneier
President
Foundation for Ethnic Understanding
United States

Rabbi Michel Serfaty
President
French Judeo-Muslim Friendship Association
France

Mr. Ilja Sichrovsky
Secretary General
Muslim Jewish Conference
Austria

Rabbi Awraham Soetendorp
President and Founder, Jacob Soetendorp Institute for Human Values
Netherlands

Rabbi Benjamin Soussan
Chief Rabbi of Baden
Germany

Dr. Maram Stern
Deputy Secretary General
World Jewish Congress
Belgium

Mr. Benjamin Zagzag
Chairman
European Union of Jewish Students
France

Mr. Mohamed Munaf Zina
Co-Chair of Muslim Jewish Forum
United Kingdom

Jewish Students Association of Austria
Austria

Union of Muslim Students of Austria
Austria

Federal Union of Jewish Students
Germany

Council of Muslim Students and Academics
Germany

jackson mason klein, 1 day ago

RE DEEP ROOTS AND HISTORICAL EXPERIENCE OF THE MOSLEMS IN EUROPE

What HISTORICAL EXPERIENCES are the undersigned refering to? the 700 year occupation of Spain? the first (1526) or the second (1683) siege of Vienna? the conquest of Hungary? The conquest of Constantinoble (1453)? The Battle of Lepanto (1571)? The slave trade in southern Europeans by Morrocans and Ottoman Turks? The 400 year long occupation of Greece?

Wake up people!! The Europeans are being betrayed by their leaders, and we Jews should not be part of this betrayal!

8 thoughts on “Jewish Moonbats of Mass-Destruction”

  1. “Jewish “Community Leaders” or acting Lackey’s of Satan? ”

    Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. A lot of Jewish communities just want to be left alone because they know what will happen eventually if they take any side other than trying to keep the peace and Torah does teach to live in peace with others if you can.

    How many German Jews were killed in WW1 fighting for Germany only to be repaid in WW2 by Nazi Germany killing 6 million.

    Sheik there’s a ‘lot’ of nervous Jews around these days and there are a hell of a lot of Jewish community leaders who are doing their utmost to try and defuse the inevitable.

  2. Many Jews voted for Adolf Hitler back in the dirty thirties of Germany.
    They didn’t realize they had just helped elect their executioner.

    I fear these Rabbis are making the same errors their forefathers did and they wil eventually pay for this crime.
    As one Jew once said of his executioners: “Father forgive them for they know not what they’re doing”

  3. * Jewish “Community Leaders” or acting Lackey’s of Satan?

    Plenty of “Christian” leaders urging us to accept islam as being part of the “three great Abrahamic faiths” & other apostate nonsense.

  4. I’ll be willing to be that most of the useful idiots have never even been here (Israel). For the record I don’t consider them Jews. Sadly we are cursed with a number of their ilk here as well. They are uninformed, pandering kapos. I rather doubt that they will come out ahead. In Israel the real rabbis teach that Gd metes out justice in His time. These fools will get their due reward.

  5. Like Nazism, Islam is so theatrical. They really make the most of photo ops, speeches, gatherings . . .
    Too bad it’s all a pack of lies.
    And as for these “Jewish” authorities . . . they should receive no more respect than the Muslims with whom they stand.
    Islam never conquers without treason among non-Muslims.
    We must make treason against the West and Judeo-Christianity so costly and painful than no one will dare it.

  6. Runaway Anti-Semitism Trampling Italy

    by Soeren Kern
    October 27, 2011

    A jarring 44% of Italians are prejudiced or hostile towards Jews, according to a new research study released by the Italian Parliament on October 17.

    The report, titled “Final Document: Investigation on Anti-Semitism,” was commissioned by the Committee for the Inquiry into Anti-Semitism of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, the lower house of the Italian Parliament. The 50-page document is the culmination of more than two years of research and parliamentary hearings.

    The inquiry found that nearly half of all Italians say they feel no sympathy whatsoever toward the Jews. There has also been an exponential proliferation of anti-Semitic Internet websites and social networks in Italy. Moreover, the level of hatred against the State of Israel in many cases passes the limits of legitimate criticism of Israeli policies and aims at the destruction of the Jews.

    “We have been attempting to understand the new aspects of this phenomenon, which is as aggressive and genocidal as it always was, but it is presently hiding itself by assuming new forms,” according to Fiamma Nirenstein, the Italian MP who chaired the inquiry.

    The report says that Italians harbor varying degrees of hostility towards Jews, ranging from traditional anti-Jewish stereotypes to full-blown anti-Semitism. The report also says that Italians holding anti-Semitic views can be broken down into four general categories.

    The first group, which comprises about 10% of the Italian population, holds what the report classifies as “traditional” anti-Jewish views. These include stereotypes such as “Jews are not fully Italian;” “You can never really trust them,” and “When it comes down to it, they have always lived at the expense of others.”

    The report says the second group (11% of the population) holds what it classifies as “modern” anti-Semitic views. These include stereotypes such as “the Jews are rich and powerful,” “Jews control and direct politics, the media and the banks,” and “Jews are more faithful to Israel than to the country of their birth.”

    A third group (12% of Italians) holds “contingent” anti-Semitic views such as “Jews use the Holocaust to justify Israeli policy;” “Jews talk too much about their own tragedies and disregard the tragedies of other people” and “The Jews behave like Nazis with the Palestinians.”

    The report cites a fourth group, which it classifies as the “pure anti-Semites” (12% of Italians). Those classified within this group hold all of the elements of the other three forms of Italian anti-Semitism.

    The inquiry says the Internet is partly responsible for fuelling an increase in Italian anti-Semitism. The document notes an “alarming increase” in anti-Semitic websites and social networks. In 2008, for example, there were 836 websites spreading anti-Semitic views in Italy. In 2009, this figure jumped to 1,172, an increase of 40%. Many of the owners of these websites manage to evade Italian authorities by registering their domain names in other countries.

    In July 2011, for instance, an Italian website called for the “blacklisting” of more than 160 Jewish professors who teach at Italian universities. The website accused the Jewish professors of “manipulating the minds of students” and “seeking to control Italian universities.”

    Other websites include blacklists that include names of Jewish magistrates who serve in Italian courts, as well as lists of businesses, restaurants, butcher shops and pastry shops owned by Italian Jews.

    Anti-Semitism in Italy is also being fomented by Muslim immigrants who have established links with left-wing and right-wing extremists to carry out attacks on local Jewish communities, synagogues, schools and cemeteries, according to the report.

    In June 2011, for example, pro-Palestinian and left-wing activists threatened to “ignite” the city of Milan to protest an exhibit celebrating Israeli culture. The “Unexpected Israel” exhibition, which showcased Israeli culture, technology, agriculture, economics and art to present “the unfamiliar Israel” went ahead as planned on Milan’s Piazza Duomo central square. But city police refused to handle security for the event due to the threats of violence. Petitions issued by pro-Palestinian activists groups stated “No to the Israeli occupation of Milano.”

    Also in June, the city of Turin hosted a “cultural festival” at which the image of Israeli President Shimon Peres was used as a shoe-throwing target. For one euro, Italian students had the chance to hit the face of Israel’s president, who was fitted with a Nazi-style Jewish nose.

    In other cases, Israeli students at the University of Genoa have been harassed and threatened with death by Arab students. Muslim students shouted “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is great) and “Itbach el Yahud” (slaughter the Jews). Israeli students at the University of Turin have been hiding their Jewish identity for fear of becoming a target.

    The report also discusses the growing phenomenon of anti-Semitism disguised as criticism of the State of Israel throughout Italy, where boycotts of Israel are becoming commonplace.

    For instance, two Italian supermarkets recently announced they would stop selling Israeli products as they could not differentiate whether they came from Israel or the “occupied territories.”

    The grocery chain Coop Italia issued a statement saying that they had a problem with “traceability, namely that the consumer is unable to verify whether or not the product in question comes from the occupied territories.” Anti-Israel activists said the boycott was “an important success for the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israeli apartheid.”

    A group of Italian university professors has called for an academic boycott of Israel to protest “against university and cultural discrimination of the Palestinians.”

    The report documents other cases of anti-Semitism in Italy; the Italian Observatory on Anti-Semitism also compiles copious data on the phenomenon.

    The inquiry’s findings are in line with other research on Italian anti-Semitism.

    A study recently published by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, a think-tank affiliated with Germany’s Social Democratic Party, reveals high levels of anti-Semitism in Italy and a strong presence of anti-Semitism that is linked with Israel and is hidden behind criticism of Israel.

    The April 2011 report, titled “Intolerance, Prejudice and Discrimination: A European Report,” questioned roughly 1,000 people in eight European countries. The study found that 37.6% of Italians believe “Israel is conducting a war of extermination against the Palestinians.” More than 40% of Italians believe “Jews try to take advantage of having been victims of the Nazi era.” More than 25% of Italians agree with the statement: “Considering Israel’s policy, I can understand why people do not like Jews.”

    In June 2010, the Vienna-based European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights published an annual report stating that anti-Semitism has grown steadily in Italy over the past decade.

    In May 2008, a national survey published by the Italian leftwing newspaper L’Unità found widespread negative attitudes towards Jews, with 23% of the respondents stating that Jews cannot be considered “completely Italians;” 39% stating that Jews have a “special relationship with money,” and 11% stating that “Jews lie about the Holocaust.”

    In May 2005, the New York-based Anti-Defamation League published a survey called “Attitudes Toward Jews in Twelve European Countries.” It found that 66% of Italians believe “Jews are more loyal to Israel than this country.” Nearly 50% of Italians said “Jews still talk too much about what happened to them in the Holocaust.” More than 50% of Italians say their opinion of Jews is worse because of policies taken by the State of Israel.

    A previous poll, “Iraq and Peace in the World,” commissioned by the European Union in November 2003, found that 48% of Italians consider Israel to be the greatest threat to world peace.

    The findings are “very disturbing,” says Fiamma Nirenstein, the Italian MP who chaired the inquiry. She says it was a “shock for everybody to see how much anti-Semitism exists in Italy and Europe.”

    Soeren Kern is Senior Fellow for Transatlantic Relations at the Madrid-based Grupo de Estudios Estratégicos / Strategic Studies Group. Follow him on Facebook.

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