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We offer peace and amity to all the neighbouring states and their peoples, and invite them to cooperate with the independent Jewish nation for the common good of all. The State of Israel is ready to contribute its full share to the peaceful progress and development of the Middle East.
(From Proclamation of the State of Israel, 5 Iyar 5708; 14 May 1948)

With a liberal democratic political system operating under the rule of law, a flourishing market economy producing technological innovation to the benefit of the wider world, and a population as educated and cultured as anywhere in Europe or North America, Israel is a normal Western country with a right to be treated as such in the community of nations.... For the global jihad, Israel may be the first objective. But it will not be the last. (Friends of Israel Initiative)

Sunday, 16 December 2018

Muslim Corbynista Suspended over Allegations of Antisemitism

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Today's British Sunday Times reports that having approached Jeremy Corbyn with "a dossier" of antisemitic posts on social media by the Labour Party's senior organiser in the English West Midlands, a key swing area at general elections, Mohammed Yasin (pictured, with Jezza, at the party's national conference in September), Mr Yasin has been suspended from his position and an investigation launched.

The paper informs us:
"For more than two years Yasin, not to be confused with the Labour MP with a similar name, shared anti-semitic posts and 9/11 conspiracy theories, praised a homophobic preacher and described his former leader Tony Blair as a “child-killer”.
His Twitter feed, now removed, suggests he was working for Labour when he made most of the posts.
Labour has been riven by allegations of anti-semitism among members and activists, but Yasin is believed to be the first paid member of staff to be implicated."
According to the paper, Yasin in 2014 wrote:
“US imperialism needs Israel to keep the masses permanently at war”, accusing the Jewish state of “genocide”.
In 2015, the paper claims, he  
"shared a cartoon showing the BBC and CNN ignoring butchered Palestinians while training their cameras on a crying baby with a Star of David round its neck."
In 2016, it alleges, he shared a video on the“Rothschilds, the world’s most wicked and wealthiest family” and
'shared a post from the Lord Dreadnought site, headlined with a quote from the actor Mel Gibson, “Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.” Attacking “Zionist madness”, the post showed two people laughing uproariously at the suggestion that anyone else could be to blame, in the line “when someone tells me it’s not the Jews”.'
He also allegedly shared a post headed “Why Israel is a problem”, which stated that
'“due to Holocaust propaganda” America had provided Israel with $233.7bn in aid and allowed it a nuclear arsenal. He shared a picture showing a rabbi next to the words: “Goyim [non-Jews] were born only to serve us. They have no place in the world — only to serve the people of Israel.”'
In 2017 he 'shared a post saying western governments had “lied about 9/11”.'

'Asked whether he denied sharing the posts, Yasin said: “I’m not aware. Before I make any comments I need to check.” Asked about the Mel Gibson post, he said: “I don’t agree with that.”

A Labour spokesman said: “We take all allegations seriously and fully investigate them in accordance with our rules and procedures.”'

1 comment:

  1. Ayaan Hirsi Ali wrote:

    I was born in Somalia but raised as a young child in Saudi Arabia, where rabid expressions of anti-Semitism were everyday occurrences. Many Palestinian refugees were our neighbors and in their eyes, Jews possessed extraordinary, Harry Potter-like powers, with the ability to cause death and destruction.

    “We can never defeat these Yahuds” was a common theme. Evil conspiracy theories abounded. If water didn’t come out of the tap, “Oh the Jews are at it again”. If someone fell ill, “The Jews have poisoned him”.

    On a tour in Belgium, when I was 23, the guide said we were in the Jewish quarter. All the Somalis froze. “Where are the Jews?” we asked. The guide pointed out an ultra-Orthodox man and his family walking past. “But they are people!” And then I cried. That was when I grew up mentally.

    Anti-Semitism persists because scapegoating has served the West well for 2,000 years.

    It suits certain communities to blame others for their misfortunes. But Arabs are Semites, too, so the term does not really apply to them. Muslims believe they are the recipients of God’s final words. Rabbinical Judaism can challenge the authenticity of the Qur’an and this is therefore seen as a threat. Arabs have adopted Nazi and communist thinking about Jews as their own, translating The Protocols of the Elders of Zion into Arabic.

    The establishment of Israel was wholly alien to Arabs. Today Muslim countries are dictatorships, and the leaders use Israel to try and deflect criticism from themselves.

    The populations want democracy, and women want equality. They compare life in Israel with their lives, and the only defense their leaders have is to tell their populations: “Jewish evil has got into you!”

    Children from the age of two are inculcated and indoctrinated to detest Jews by their social, religious and academic leaders despite none of them ever having met a Jew. This is how easy it is to manipulate billions of people. Hatred of Jews is taught to ignorant people, and there is no campaign to counter such propaganda.

    Islam’s Eternal Scapegoat by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
    Moment Magazine, Anti-Semitism Symposium, Feb 2015, pages 5 to 6
    MomentMag dot com, 4115 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington DC 20016

    Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, President of the AHA Foundation and author of:
    The Caged Virgin: An Emancipation Proclamation for Women and Islam.


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