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    Report: Anti-Semitic atmosphere sweeping over the world

    Report: Anti-Semitic atmosphere sweeping over the world

    Annual Anti-Semitism Report released by Israel's Information and Diaspora Ministry reveals that although 2013 did not see a significant increase in the number of violent attacks on Jews and their property, the situation on the ground is much worse
    Kobi Nachshoni

    Published: 01.26.14, 23:14 / Israel Jewish Scene

    Jewish communities around the world are living with a sense of growing anti-Semitism, although 2013 did not record a significant increase in the number of violent attacks on Jews and their property, according to an annual report released by the Israel's Information and Diaspora Ministry.
    The report, which was presented to the cabinet on Sunday by Minister Naftali Bennett, states that "the soul, rather than the body, is the main victim of the new wave of anti-Semitism." According to estimates, the situation on the ground has become much worse.

    According to the report, which is mostly based on the database and research of the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry at Tel Aviv University, the feeling among the world's Jewry stems from the severity of verbal and visual expressions, insults, harassment and threats Jews encounter in their daily life, which create a situation that is becoming more and more difficult.

    "The murky atmosphere contributes to a change in European Jews' point of view towards their country and surroundings, and strengthens their personal insecurity," the report says.

    One-third of Jews don't wear Jewish symbols

    Addressing the situation in Europe, the report mentions the results of a survey commissioned by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) in 2013, according to which 66% of Jews see anti-Semitism as a problem affecting their lives, and 76% believe it has worsened in recent years.

    Thirty-eight percent of the respondents said they are afraid of falling victim to an anti-Semitic attack and do not leave the house with "identifying symbols" like a skullcap or Star of David, 23% do not participate in "Jewish" events for fear of being targeted on the way, and 20% are even considering emigrating from their country due to the growing anti-Semitism.
    According to the same survey, about one-quarter of Jews experienced an incident in the previous year which included a verbal insult, and nearly half of the respondents expressed their concern that they would fall victim to an anti-Semitic incident in the following year. Nonetheless, 77% avoided reporting the incidents, assuming that they would not be taken care of.
    The Diaspora Ministry report states that "in most cases, it is possible to track the number of violent incidents, like vandalism against public and private property and attacks on individuals, but only if the victims report them." Yet in light of the failure to report the incidents, "it is certain that the monitoring bodies are only aware of a small part of the overall picture."
    The level of concern among Jews in Hungary, for example, is very high, and a significant increase is apparent in the Jewish community's sense of fear of anti-Semitic phenomena in the past year – although no real change was recorded in the number of violent incidents. The reasons appear to be the growing nationalistic discourse since the rise to power of the Federation of Young Democrats (Fidesz) in 2010, and the emergence of the extreme Jobbik party, which is a defined as neo-Nazi, as a political force.

    EU changes definition of anti-Semitism

    Other countries in which recorded high report levels of a rise in anti-Semitism are France, Belgium and Sweden. The situation appears to be relatively less serious in Italy, Germany, Britain and Latvia.



    Another phenomenon mentioned in the report as an expression of anti-Semitism is the 'quenelle' gesture which spread in Europe in late 2013

    The authors of the report, which was presented on the eve of International Holocaust Day, noted that after the survey's publication the FRA removed from its website the definition of anti-Semitism which had been in international use since 2000 and stated that anti-Zionist expressions, hostile attitudes towards the State of Israel's existence, likening it to Nazi Germany and discriminating against it could be considered as anti-Semitism in certain cases.

    "No satisfactory explanation has been provided for the definition's removal," the report authors wrote, "apart from the claim that the definition was never officially adopted as a binding document by the European Union."
    Online pogroms

    Another phenomenon mentioned in the report as an expression of anti-Semitism is the "quenelle" gesture, seen as an inverted Nazi salute, which began spreading across Europe in late 2013, as first reported by Ynet.



    Arab countries: Jews are warmongers

    In the Arab world, the Diaspora Ministry report points to popular anti-Semitic perceptions and accusing Israel and the Jews of conspiratorial involvement in incidents between rival camps in the Arab world, relying on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, blood libels and images from the Nazi lexicon.

    For example, Syrian newspaper al-Thawra, the Assad regime's mouthpiece, claimed that the Zionists were aspiring to take over the world inspired by the Protocols, were inflaming wars and conflicts and were responsible for the civil war in the country.
    The website of Palestinian news agency Maan published an article "proving" that those fabricated documents were authentic, and the Palestinian Authority's television channel said the Jews were planning to corrupt the Muslims "through women and wine" – a strategy which also originates in the Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
    In addition, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Israel of being responsible for the ouster of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, in Jordanian newspaper al-Arab al-Yawm a writer wondered whether US President Barack Obama knew that the Jews use Christian blood to bake matzot on Passover, and Egyptian newspaper Misr al-Jadida accused Israel of distributing drugs in a bid to harm the Palestinian youth in east Jerusalem.
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    Another example of the "modern" anti-Semitism in the Arab world is the way Adolf Hitler inspires commercials both in Saudi Arabia and in Dubai. A cartoon carried in August by protestors in Egypt and east Jerusalem and spread in social networks, stated that the big difference between Hitler and General al-Sisi was that Hitler killed Jews for his people while al-Sisi was killing his people for the Jews.

    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...481095,00.html




    I think anti-semitism towards Palestinians should be included in these reports so it presents a more comprehensive view of the overall picture. Need to look into this more if real racism and legitimate criticism of Israeli zionists war crimes/oppression targeting their Palestinian cousins is separated or mixed up together.

    This is suprising and based on recent photos it does not seem many people are making this gesture as any sort of reverse Nazi symbol but this remain a controversial gesture:

    Online pogroms
    Another phenomenon mentioned in the report as an expression of anti-Semitism is the "quenelle" gesture, seen as an inverted Nazi salute, which began spreading across Europe in late 2013, as first reported by Ynet.









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    First off, that gesture isn't a reverse nazi salute.

    Second, of course anti-semitism is on the rise.

    Zionist wars of aggression and zionist bankster fraud tend to piss people off.

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    Is that also called global warming? And that's why we have to stop it?

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    Stop saying anti semitism can refer to Palestinians or any semitic group. The term refers exclusively to jews whether you like it or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwax23 View Post
    The term refers exclusively to jews whether you like it or not.
    And who would that be?
    Direct descendants of Judah? (Family line)
    People who believe,and/or practice Judaism? (Faith)
    People who's ancestors (non-Semite) claimed to be "Jews".? (?)

    What is it that makes one a Jew?
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    The Jews are not to blame for Zionism, neither are Israelites (Whoever they are, some of the indigenous there in the area?). Although Zionists might want to deflect the blame onto Jews (like maybe has been done in the past).

    And yeah, this:

    Quote Originally Posted by pcosmar View Post
    And who would that be?
    Direct descendants of Judah? (Family line)
    People who believe,and/or practice Judaism? (Faith)
    People who's ancestors (non-Semite) claimed to be "Jews".? (?)

    What is it that makes one a Jew?
    Last edited by ClydeCoulter; 01-26-2014 at 10:26 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwax23 View Post
    Stop saying anti semitism can refer to Palestinians or any semitic group. The term refers exclusively to jews whether you like it or not.
    Are you saying that Jews are the only legitimate Semites?

    When one thinks about it, the term "anti-semitic" applying only to Jews and not to other semitic people is just as flawed as saying "anti-germanic" can only apply to Germans.

    Even though the Germans, English, Dutch, and Scots are all Germanic speaking peoples.

    Whomever coined the phrase "anti-semitic" as representing discrimination against Jews is frankly an idiot.

    "Anti-Jewish" makes a lot more sense.
    Last edited by DFF; 01-26-2014 at 10:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DFF View Post
    Are you saying that Jews are the only legitimate Semites?
    No, what people (like him) are saying, is that anti-Smite does not mean against Semites, but against those that claim to be Jews (or against those things that some claim are Jewish in nature), even though the word Semite does not mean Jew at all.

    It's like a trademark, where the meaning of the combination of the root words and it's parts have nothing to do with the words or parts, but what the trademarkee want them to mean, for the purpose of obfuscation of the product being sold.

    edit: Ha! @DFF, I see that you edited your post more, also.
    Last edited by ClydeCoulter; 01-26-2014 at 10:51 PM.
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    It's like a trademark, where the meaning of the combination of the root words and it's parts have nothing to do with the words or parts, but what the trademarkee want them to mean, for the purpose of obfuscation of the product being sold
    If antisemitism was a trademark, in a court of law, the Palestinians and some other Arabs would also have the right to use it.
    Last edited by DFF; 01-26-2014 at 11:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwax23 View Post
    Stop saying anti semitism can refer to Palestinians or any semitic group. The term refers exclusively to jews whether you like it or not.
    mis·no·mer
    misˈnōmər
    noun
    1.
    a wrong or inaccurate name or designation.
    "“king crab” is a misnomer—these creatures are not crustaceans at all"
    synonyms: inaccurate name/label/designation, wrong name/label/designation, inappropriate name/label/designation
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    Typical corporate media spin. This time by the Israeli corporate media. Like in our country, the decisions made by the Israeli government has generated hate on the Israeli people.

    They of course tell the people about this hate and use it as an excuse to take away the rights of their citizens in order to keep them "safe" from the hate the government created.

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    It is sad to say that hatred of all types is everywhere and always spreading

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    Jews Against Zionism is a group for Jews and others opposed to the Zionist movement and ideology, and to its impact on both Palestinians and Jews. This is not a religious group, not a racist hate group, and not a conspiracy-theory group. JAZ is a political group, committed to coexistence between Palestinians and Israeli Jews.

    We believe that the conflict in Palestine cannot be resolved without a return of Palestinian refugees and dismantlement of the Zionist structure of the state of Israel - and that this is impossible in the context of two states and a re-partition of Palestine. We advocate the only approach which can lead to peace with justice in the region: we call for a unitary, secular and democratic Palestine, the return of Palestinian refugees, and full and equal rights for Palestinians, Israeli Jews, and all other people living in the whole of Palestine.

    http://www.freewebs.com/jewsagainstzionism/

    Sorry guys, the Rothschilds have a somewhat different plan in mind.

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    Neturei Karta has a similar ideology.





    These guys are the real Jews.
    Last edited by DFF; 01-27-2014 at 11:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwax23 View Post
    Stop saying anti semitism can refer to Palestinians or any semitic group. The term refers exclusively to jews whether you like it or not.
    I think the point is that it shouldn't just be referring to jews. In fact, the Palestinians are probably a lot more semitic than most of the people living in Israel today.

    But, perhaps the point you were making is that the term, anti-semitic, was made up by jews to scare people from talking about anything the Israeli government was doing that wasn't 100% positive, and on that, we would agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibertyEagle View Post
    I think the point is that it shouldn't just be referring to jews. In fact, the Palestinians are probably a lot more semitic than most of the people living in Israel today.

    But, perhaps the point you were making is that the term, anti-semitic, was made up by jews to scare people from talking about anything the Israeli government was doing that wasn't 100% positive, and on that, we would agree.
    It was not made up by jews. It was made up by Europeans when Jews used to be the only semites in Europe. I have yet to see anyone define Anti Semitism as being against any Semitic group. Its definition is against Jews. People like ED who are obsessed with Israel and Jews like to think they are smart by pointing out that literally it can refer to any semitic peoples (though it never is, you have separate terms for hatred against other semitic groups) . Then even others claim "Well who is a Jew" to add more smart assery to the equation.

    Also Most Jews in Israel are Mizrahi/Sephardic so even if you believe Ashkenazi jews are semitics It doesnt matter since the majority arent even Ashkenazi. The Majority come from places like Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco etc etc.



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    People like ED who are obsessed with Israel and Jews like to think they are smart by pointing out that literally it can refer to any semitic peoples
    Whats with the exclusivity over Semitism?

    Arabs and Palestinians are Semites.

    And "anti" means "against."

    Ergo, if your against the Palestinians, your against Semites.

    Your "anti-semitic," no?

    Please explain why this is wrong, because I don't get it.

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    As an aside, because of their mistreatment of the Palestinians, the Israelis are the most anti-Semitic group in the world.
    Last edited by DFF; 01-27-2014 at 01:00 PM.

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    You can't be anti Palestinian Semite because clearly they are not human beings to begin with. Just ask your average Ashkenazi Jew in case you are in doubt of that fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petar View Post
    You can't be anti Palestinian Semite because clearly they are not human beings to begin with. Just ask your average Ashkenazi Jew in case you are in doubt of that fact.
    Great to have someone like you on these forums. Nothing attracts people more than a raving anti semite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwax23 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Petar View Post
    You can't be anti Palestinian Semite because clearly they are not human beings to begin with. Just ask your average Ashkenazi Jew in case you are in doubt of that fact.
    Great to have someone like you on these forums. Nothing attracts people more than a raving anti semite.
    Are you implying that anti Semite means the same as anti Ashkenazi Jew?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClydeCoulter View Post
    Are you implying that anti Semite means the same as anti Ashkenazi Jew?
    Webster:
    an·ti–Sem·i·tism noun \ˌan-tē-ˈse-mə-ˌti-zəm, ˌan-ˌtī-\
    : hatred of Jewish people

    Britanica:
    Anti-Semitism, hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious or racial group


    The Free Dictionary:
    an·ti-Sem·i·tism (ăn′tē-sĕm′ĭ-tĭz′əm, ăn′tī-)
    n.
    1. Hostility toward or prejudice against Jews or Judaism.
    2. Discrimination against Jews.

    Ashkenazi Jews are Jews therefore hatred against them is Anti Semitism.

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    interestedly constructed statistic is interestedly constructed

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwax23 View Post
    Great to have someone like you on these forums. Nothing attracts people more than a raving anti semite.
    Give it up man.... all I'm trying to do is defend rational thought and avoid contemporary NEWSPEAK... if you wanna talk about people who are anti-Jew then why don't you just say anti-Jew? It's a lot more accurate and less disrespectful than ignoring a bunch of real actual Semites like they don't even exist as human beings... it's not like I'm against the Jewish state or something, I'd just like to see the whole world butt out of the conflagration so that hopefully the belligerent parties could eventually come to a peaceful resolution on their own... the biggest anti-Jews are Israel's own damn leaders who really just wanna sacrifice the place in some preplanned battle of Armageddon on behalf of the globalist cabal that they work for... I hope that never happens, but people need to seriously start opening up their eyes...

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    an·ti-Sem·i·tism (ăn′tē-sĕm′ĭ-tĭz′əm, ăn′tī-)
    n.
    1. Criticizing anything that a holy-cow special chosen person of God Jew says or does

    Synonym: NAZI, poo-poo head



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    And don't even deny that the Jewish establishment uses the "anti-semite" card every single time that someone disagrees with them about anything.

    Talk about the boy who cried wolf, the Jewish establishment is practically begging for the world to actually be bigoted towards them with this behavior...

    Especially considering how Goddamned powerful they actually are in reality; the perpetual victim act is beyond facetious at this point!!!
    Last edited by Petar; 01-27-2014 at 02:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwax23 View Post
    Also Most Jews in Israel are Mizrahi/Sephardic so even if you believe Ashkenazi jews are semitics It doesnt matter since the majority arent even Ashkenazi. The Majority come from places like Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco etc etc.
    That is not true, even Wiki that is often modified to inflate pro-Israel stats/bent negates your claim:

    Today, Ashkenazi Jews (who originate from Europe and the Americas) constitute the largest single ethnic group among Israeli Jews and consist of about 3,000,000[49] people living in Israel.


    Together, the Mizrahi and Sephardic Jewish populations in Israel; consist of about 2,700,000 people

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli_Jews




    Quote Originally Posted by DFF View Post
    As an aside, because of their mistreatment of the Palestinians, the Israelis are the most anti-Semitic group in the world.
    I don't know if they are the most but there is very high level of anti-semitism towards Palestinians among many Israelis and some Israeli laws/state sanctioned practices would fall in same category too. "Jews only roads" and things like these are only some of the examples:


    'For Israeli soldiers, some Palestinians are little more than props'

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    Suffice it to say that there are complications when training in the heart of a civilian population in occupied territory. For example, we know of at least one case last year where training ended up in a civilian’s death.
    With Israelis from Tel Rumeida settlement looking from above, Israeli soldiers arrest Ahmad Al-Atrash of B’tselem for filming confrontations between settlers, the Al Azzeh family who had just harvested their olives, and the military. (photo: Ryan Rodrick Beiler/Activestills.org)

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    Quote Originally Posted by enhanced_deficit View Post
    That is not true, even Wiki that is often modified to inflate pro-Israel stats/bent negates your claim:

    Today, Ashkenazi Jews (who originate from Europe and the Americas) constitute the largest single ethnic group among Israeli Jews and consist of about 3,000,000[49] people living in Israel.


    Together, the Mizrahi and Sephardic Jewish populations in Israel; consist of about 2,700,000 people

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli_Jews






    I don't know if they are the most but there is very high level of anti-semitism towards Palestinians among many Israelis and some Israeli laws/state sanctioned practices would fall in same category too. "Jews only roads" and things like these are only some of the examples:


    'For Israeli soldiers, some Palestinians are little more than props'



    With Israelis from Tel Rumeida settlement looking from above, Israeli soldiers arrest Ahmad Al-Atrash of B’tselem for filming confrontations between settlers, the Al Azzeh family who had just harvested their olives, and the military. (photo: Ryan Rodrick Beiler/Activestills.org)
    Great source Wikipedia. The figures are off because many jews From the Soviet Union (Georgian, Mountain, Bukharan among others) are Mizrahi not Ashkenazi. This was a mistake made by Israels CBS. Further it counts many Greek, Romaniotes, Bulgarian, Yugoslavian, and Italkim as Ashkenazi except most are Sephardic. Further it doesnt take into account people with mixed ancestry. None of this matters though you like to nitpik the trivial. Your wrong about your definition of Anti Semitism, and Ashkenazi jews are still semitic.

    As to Petar....


    No ones ignoring other Semitic groups. Hatred against them simply is defined by another term. Jews and Arabs are the only real large and well known semitic groups left. Hatred against Arabs collectively is known as Anti-Arabism (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti_Arabism) The issue at hand is blatant redefining of words to serve political purposes (Enhanced Deficit) Ive provided clear evidence that Antisemitism refers to Jews. You have provided no evidence to back up your claim that it doesnt. Ive never heard of this "Anti Jew" term you probably just made up but ironically enough a google search of "Anti Jew" leads me to "Antisemitism."

    By your own admission you claim not to support involvement in the region and not to be antisemitic (by my standards) well you have a funny way of showing it.

    I dont know if you consider yourself Libertarian or a supporter of Liberty, you have a terrible tendency to collective people and their supposed behavior. "Jews" "Jewish Establishment" as if this supposed establishment represents the Jewish people as a whole. I have no doubt people are quick to throw to Antisemitic card but people are also quick to be antisemitic as you have been in this thread when you claimed In your posts that jews are all powerful and play the perpetual victim.

    Ive said many times I dont support foreign aid to Israel and I think we shouldnt be involved in either supporting or condemning them. People like Enhanced deficit simply want our policy of interventionism to be slipped to be against Israel and supportive of its Enemies.

    Lastly Jews are semites. Even Ashkenazi Jews. Genetic test after test has confirmed the majority of Ashkenazi Jews ancestors originated in the near east/levant. Sharing more genetically in common with other Jewish groups and Palestinians than with their non jewish European neighbors.

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    I don't know if they are the most but there is very high level of anti-semitism towards Palestinians among many Israelis and some Israeli laws/state sanctioned practices would fall in same category too. "Jews only roads" and things like these are only some of the examples
    Anti-semitism against Palestinians is a really big problem in Israel, I agree.

    They treat the Palestinians like untermensch...worse, actually...

    The day of reckoning is coming though where these Zionists, these fake Jews, will have to account for their crimes against humanity.

    What goes around comes around...
    Last edited by DFF; 01-27-2014 at 07:01 PM.

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    Is it Anti Semitic to try to hold them responsible for their actions when their actions cause the injuries and deaths of innocents? Is it Anti Semitic to say they are War Mongering?

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