Read the Koran. If you listen to mustard spokesturds, they make you crawl through a sewer of lies.
Adding insult to injury, the soldiers of allah cry victimhood:
Muslims are the victims of ‘Islamophobia’ and xenophobia and Â cannot be antisemitic because they are the real Jews. The Â Jews brought it all upon themselves because they didn’t submit to Islam when they had a chance:
Ali Kizilkaya, the head of the Coordination Council of Muslims in Germany (KRM), told theÂ Berliner ZeitungÂ on Monday there was no need for the Muslim community to undertake additional efforts to combat anti-Semitism. “An attack like that is an attack on everyone,” Kizilkaya told the paper. “Society has to do something about it,” he said, adding that Muslims don’t need to be taught anything. “Anti-Semitism is incompatible with Islam,” he said. He also said that if one raised the issue of anti-Semitism, then one must also address Islamophobia, because both are xenophobic.
Kumbaya Jews jump at it:
An attack on a Berlin rabbi reportedly perpetrated by youths of Arab origin has sparked a debate about anti-Semitism in the country that has increased tensions between Germany’s Jewish and Muslim communities. After weekend demonstrations of solidarity with Jews, both groups are calling for increased efforts to combat xenophobia.more…Â [Â ForumÂ ]
The rabbi learned nothing:
About 1,500 people rallied in Berlin on Sunday in support of Daniel Alter, who thanked the crowd for its support and said: “My cheekbone was broken but these guys did not break my will to stand up for dialogue between religions.”
Imam Rauf Flashback:
If to be a Jew means to say with all one’s heart, mind and soul Shma` Yisrael, Adonai Elohenu Adonai Ahad; hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One, not only today I am a Jew, I have always been one, Mr. Pearl. If to be a Christian is to love the Lord our God with all of my heart, mind and soul, and to love for my fellow human being what I love for myself, then not only am I a Christian, but I have always been one Mr. Pearl. And I am here to inform you, with the full authority of the Quranic texts and the practice of the Prophet Muhammad, that to say La ilaha illallah Muhammadun rasulullah is no different. It expresses the same theological and ethical principles and values.
- The attack on a Jewish Rabbi in Berlin reveals more Â …Â Daniel Greenfield
Yarmulke Flash Mob
They numbered in the hundreds and many wore yarmulkes, the traditional Jewish skull cap. At two different events over the weekend, demonstrators turned out in Berlin to protest against an anti-Semitic crime in the German capital that occurred on Tuesday, when unidentified youths attacked a 53-year-old rabbi in the German capital who had been wearing a yarmulke.
“We are not going to accept that people will be attacked on our streets because they can be visibly recognized as being Jewish,” organizers of a flash mob protest on Saturday that attracted over 100 people wrote on their web page.
A second solidarity demonstration on Sunday attracted more than 1,000 people, according to organizers, including rabbi Daniel Alter, the man who had been attacked and only recently released from the hospital. “My cheekbone was broken,” he told the crowd, “But these people did not break my will to promote interfaith dialog.” He said Berlin remained a cosmopolitan and open city. “They can’t take that away from us.”
Last Tuesday’s attack happened in front of the rabbi’s young daughter. A man approached Alter and asked: “Are you a Jew?” Then the group of four men hit Alter in the face repeatedly. They shouted religious insults and threatened to kill his daughter. The rabbi said the attackers appeared to be of Arab descent.
Not good enough:
They asked:Â “Hey, are you a Jew?” Alter said the youths threatened him and his daughter with such statements as, “I’ll f*** your daughter… your wife and I’ll f***… your God.”
Six years old. Well that’s around Aisha’s age isn’t it? Clearly ready to be raped, from the point of view of some Muslims.
The attack has generated a heated discussion in both the Jewish and Muslim communities in Germany. The head of Germany’s Central Council of Muslims, Aiman Mazyek, said last week that Muslims had the “deepest disgust” for such attacks. “We hope the perpetrator is caught soon and is held accountable,” he said. He said that Jews and Muslims had to stand together to fight violence of any type and “anti-Semitism, racism and xenophobia in our society.”
Jewish Leader: Actions Speak Louder than Words
The apparent involvement of Muslims has prompted the German Jewish community to apply pressure against the Muslim community to do more to stop anti-Semitism. In an interview with theÂ Berliner ZeitungÂ newspaper on Friday, the head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, Dieter Graumann, called on Muslims to redouble such efforts. Graumann said he would welcome it the organizations “finally acted more decisively against the anti-Semitism within their own ranks.” He said expressions of solidarity from the groups were “nice and with honest intentions,” but that actions speak louder than words.
Graumann is an establishment Jew who is afraid of his own shadow, just like Abe Foxman in America. They are Â complicit fools and tools.
Responding several days later, Ali Kizilkaya, the head of the Coordination Council of Muslims in Germany (KRM), told theÂ Berliner ZeitungÂ on Monday there was no need for the Muslim community to undertake additional efforts to combat anti-Semitism. “An attack like that is an attack on everyone,” Kizilkaya told the paper. “Society has to do something about it,” he said, adding that Muslims don’t need to be taught anything. “Anti-Semitism is incompatible with Islam,” he said. He also said that if one raised the issue of anti-Semitism, then one must also address Islamophobia, because both are xenophobic.
Since last Tuesday’s attack, Jewish leaders have called for greater caution among the faithful. Gideon Joffe, the head of Berlin’s Jewish community, warned against wearing a yarmulke in parts of the German capital. “I would not today recommend that Jews wear kippas in every part of Berlin,” he said. In neighboring Potsdam, where the Abraham Geiger Kolleg trains rabbis, school officials have advised students that they should instead choose “inconspicuous head coverings.” The school’s rector, Walter Homolka, told theÂ Berliner MorgenpostÂ newspaper, “One is safe when that person is not visible as a Jew.”
Another Berlin rabbi, Walter Rothschild, spoke in an interview last week of a “new dimension” in anti-Semitic attacks in Berlin, saying he had recently been attacked and that he was getting insulting emails and had stopped wearing the yarmulke in public.
Police have not yet detained any suspects in the case, but it has already led to a vocal debate about xenophobic crimes in Germany.
The chairwoman of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation, an anti-racism organization, warned last week that attacks were increasing in German cities and populous areas. “There have been more physical attacks on Jews than we have seen in recent years — especially in metropolitan areas or large cities,” said Anetta Kahane.
“Right-Wing Extremism” Â Remains Greatest Threat
Despite a tense atmosphere between Jewish and Muslim leaders in recent days, experts say the main threat to Jews in Germany comes from theÂ right-wing extremist sceneÂ rather than from Muslim immigrants.
Researcher Juliane Wetzel, the co-author of a report on anti-Semitism commissioned by the German parliament, has written that “the vast majority” of crimes committed against Jews in the past decade have been attributable to right-wing extremist. She said that although the threat of anti-Semitic violence committed by Arab immigrants should not be underestimated, there wasn’t enough data to assess the frequency of Muslim violence against Jews in Germany.
Despite a recent downward trend, there were many anti-Semitic attacks in the first half of 2012. After a member of the Germany’s Left Party submitted a request for information in parliament, the government released data indicating that 13 violent anti-Semitic crimes have been registered so far, with 11 of those having been perpetrated by individuals deemed by investigators to be right-wing extremists. In total, Germany’s Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigation has counted 436 crimes with anti-Semitic links this year. Of those, 85 were anti-Semitic propaganda crimes.
dsl/SPIEGEL — with wires