Harper said Canada finds it “deplorable” that some in the international community still question the legitimacy of Israel’s existence.
“Our view on Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state is absolute and non-negotiable.”
Harper heckled as PM warns of ‘new strain’ of anti-Semitism in historic Israeli parliamentÂ speech
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Just goes to show that muselmanic savages can’t cope with civilisation.Â One of those who heckled Harper was the deputy speaker of the Knesset, Ahmad Tibi.
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The former Persians consider themselves “Arians”
Remains to be seen: Camoron is unlikely to go through with this
Nazis and racists used to spearhead Jewish hatred, based on ancient crackpot defamations that date back to the Jewish Diaspora into Europe after the Roman destruction of Judea.
But lately, anti-Semitism has become more a left-wing pathology. It is driven by the cheap multicultural trashing of the West.Â Jewish people here and abroad have become convenient targets for those angry with supposedly undeserved Western success and privilege.Â The cowardice of politically correct anti-Semitism
The Washington Free BeaconÂ reportsÂ that over the weekend The Economist pulled a cartoon that “many observers criticized as anti-Semitic.” The cartoon featured Barack Obama chained to an emblem labeled U.S. Congress and featuring two Jewish Stars of David. The cartoon was meant to complement an article about the hurdles Obama faces as he sets out to make a deal with Iran.
Melanie PhillipsÂ writes:
British Jews who care about this sort of thing have had the disturbing experience of observing not one but three examples of public, home-grown anti-Jewish bigotry over the past few days.
In late December, The Independent published an article about the bleak situation of the Christians in the Middle East. It had the right idea. The Christians in the Middle East are in trouble. They’re being slaughtered in dozens of different places and millions have become refugees or been forced to flee. Amazingly enough, however, the article was devoted almost entirely to their sad situation in Israel, of all places. “Will Prince Charles, the ‘Defender of Faiths,’ stand up for Christians in Israel?” read the astonishing headline.
Blogger Elder of Ziyon has enumerated lies so egregious – and there are many – in this manifest masquerading as an article.Â They saved me the trouble of having to refute the lies myself. Not a single Christian in Israel is being persecuted because of his religion. There has been no pogrom. Israel’s Christians are fully integrated at the top of their professions as physicians, lawyers and judges. The Israeli Christian community is a minority that in many areas, such as higher education, has made remarkable achievements. Even more so than the Jews.Â They do not need any Prince Charles or The Independent to defend them. But somehow, the author of the article and the newspaper have managed once again to turn the situation on its head and make truth lies and lies truth.