July 5, 2010
Last month, students at a Southern California high school were caught playing a
late-night on-campus game of tag called
"Beat the Jew."
On the popular social networking site Facebook, a user named
Alex Cookson launched an open invitation to an event called “Kill a Jew Day.”
It was the fourth time that a call
to murder Jews had been put on Facebook within recent days.
In D.C., White House press doyen Helen Thomas
was captured on tape
nonchalantly opining that all Jews should go back
to Germany. Implicit in her statement was her assumption that everyone felt the
same way, so what's the big deal?
Also last month: Egypt decided to
revoke the citizenship
of any Egyptians married to Israelis. In Amsterdam,
anti-Semitism has become so commonplace that Dutch police are now using
in an effort to to cut the number of verbal and physical attacks
on Jews, amid fears that anti-Semitic "hate crime" is on the rise. And in Germany,
a Jewish dance group was
attacked with stones
by a group of children and teenagers during a performance
at a street festival in Hannover. The teenagers also used a megaphone to shout anti-Semitic
European Jewish Congress President Moshe Kantor last week gave a bleak
evaluation of European Jewry
. "Jews are afraid to walk the streets in Europe
with Jewish symbols," Kantor said. "Synagogues, Jewish schools and kindergartens
require barbed-wire fences and security, and Jewish men, women and children are
beaten up in broad daylight."
Jews worldwide are again under attack. The Holocaust and 6 million slaughtered Jews
have been forgotten. It now appears that history is on the way to repeating itself,
aided and abetted by the world press.
During the much publicized clash between supposed peace activists and Israeli soldiers
last month, Israel was roundly condemned when forced to board a ship that was trying
to break Israel's blockade
of Gaza under the guise of delivering
"humanitarian aid" to Palestinians. Reuters was caught, once again,
photo shopping a knife
out of the hand of a supposed "peace activist" in
a blatant attempt to portray Israel as the aggressor.
The London Telegraph was also caught using a two-year-old
photo in their quest to portray Palestinians as victims. A photo that was purposefully
misleading, as is
When Israel withdrew from Gaza in 2005, Hamas launched
6,500 unprovoked rocket strikes
on towns and schoolyards in
The Israeli blockade of Gaza was a necessary self-defense measure to keep these rockets from reaching Gaza.
But world opinion as expressed in the media, sees it differently. Palestinians are
the victims and Israel should atone. Period.
The communications firm best known for shaping the liberal Moveon.org into a national
tackled a new project: orchestrating an international anti-Israel campaign.
And it appears to be working.
Even Israel's good friend, the United States, is throwing
it under the bus. According to Israel's ambassador to Washington,
between Israel and its staunchest ally, the U.S., have
suffered a "tectonic rift."
Under President Barack Obama, the United States
no longer provides Israel
with automatic support at the United Nations where
the Jewish state faces a constant barrage of criticism and condemnation. American
sentiment now increasingly favors the supposed Palestinian "victims."
As Thomas Sowell says, "Just as the American left has adopted
blacks as mascots, so the international left has adopted Palestinians as mascots.
In both cases, the actual well-being of the mascots is not the point. Mascots exist
to be symbols for others. In all the years when the Arab states controlled the area
that Israel took over after the 1967 war, nobody cared what happened to the Palestinians,
much less offered them a homeland."
If you are one of the unsuspecting Americans who have bought
into the "Palestinians as victims" hoax, I urge you, in the interest of fairness,
to watch this short video.
It is a must-see history lesson from David Horowitz, laying out
the true history of Palestine. The facts are incontrovertible.
No matter how thin the pancake, there are always two sides. If
we allow the terrorists' propaganda machine and the world press to continue presenting
a false version of Israel and Palestine, it is possible that history could indeed,
repeat itself. And we will become allies with murderous Islamic terrorists whose sole goal is to wipe Israel off the face of the earth.
Nancy Morgan is a columnist and news editor for conservative
She lives in South Carolina
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