On Thursday, the website of Iran's satellite propaganda channel Press TV dwelt upon the apparently sinister fact that Prince Charles attended the installation ceremony of the new Chief Rabbi of Britain's Orthodox Jews, Ephraim Mirvis, and, moreover, wore a kippa, or "a yarmulke," as the report described it.
Press TV is a harbinger of conspiracy theories to do with Jews and Zionists, of course, and the clear inference from the report is that Britain's Royals are in the pocket of Da Joos, even if, as I've lamented previously, the Queen, who succeeded to the throne in 1952 and has visited most major ountries, has, like Charles himself, never set foot in Israel!
Writes a perceptive British non-Jewish pro-Israel blogger:
"I start from the belief that Islamic civilisation at its best… I feel that we in the West could be helped to rediscover those roots of our own understanding by an appreciation of the Islamic tradition's deep respect for the timeless traditions of the natural order.”
Again, this Press TV article has little to do with Israel or even ‘Zionists’. It’s mainly about the fact that ‘the British royal family has had a very friendly relationship with the Jewish community’. You see ‘anti-Zionism’ is indeed not synonymous (semantically) with ‘Jew-hatred’. It’s just that they nearly always go together. Or, more correctly, ‘anti-Zionism’ and ‘anti-Semitism’ don’t of course mean the same thing. It’s just that the latter almost invariably leads to the former. There is no need to argue that anti-Zionism actually means anti-Semitism....."Read the entire blog post here