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Friday, 10 February 2012

‘Anonymous’ Threatens Israel; Antisemite Honoured In Germany; British M.P. ‘Bored’ At Auschwitz


Not a good day for goodwill!

So it’s time to ask:

Should this wildly improbable, laughably outlandish threat be taken seriously?


Until the characters behind ‘Anonymous’ have been identified and their activities brought to an abrupt halt, they pose a huge threat to the State of Israel and Jews worldwide.

I re-post the above clip on a day in which Bethlehem-based Rev Mitri Raheb,  soon to be honoured by the German NGO, Media Control and former German President Roman Herzog, has been described as “a fiercely anti-Israel Palestinian Lutheran leader in Bethlehem who has argued that Jews have no right to be present in Israel.”      Rev.Mitri.Raheb

It is also a day in which Adam Levick of CFI Watch has published a guest post by freelance Anglo-Israeli writer Hadar Sela warning that extremists and terror supporters are organizing a 1M-strong Global March to Jerusalem on Friday 30 March – so-called ‘Land Day’.

Participants are expected  from all Israel’s neighbouring countries and they intend marching on her borders. The organisers include  many well-known anti-Israel activists including former British M.P., George Galloway who has  been exposed as flattering the  Assad-regime in order to use the Syrian port of Latakia for last year’s flotilla to Gaza.

Aiden.BurleyThis is also the day that Conservative M.P., Aidan Burley has been accused of snoozing and phone texting during a lecture by a Holocaust survivor while visiting Auschwitz.

Burley was sacked from his post as a Parliamentary Private Secretary in December last year after attending a Nazi-themed party in France where guests toasted the Third Reich. He made the Auschwitz visit by way of apology.

An honest one?

That will be the day!



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