The Disturbing Rise of Anti-Semitism in Canada


A quick survey across our country reveals some troubling trends:

Related: Lorrie Goldstein provides a brief primer on who Israel is fighting right now.


I’m afraid I would be more likely to buy some Israeli wine at this time….

In the words of Dietrich Bonhoeffer:
“If you board the wrong train, it is no use running along the corridor in the other direction.”
― Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Hamas is an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood most recently ejected from Egypt, whose founder Hassan al Bana was friends with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.

WWII has never ended for these folks…which has also earned Hamas the designation of terrorist organization in Canada, US and the EU.

Egyptian TV Hosts Slam Hamas Leaders: We Are Sick and Tired of You

Son of Hamas Founder: 'They Consider Dying for Their Ideology a Way of Worship'

Mosab Hassan Yousef (Son of Hamas Founder) tells the truth about Hamas.

Mosab Hassan Yousef, a Christian convert whose father was a founding member of Hamas, told CNN last week that for leaders in Gaza, "dying ... is a way of worship."
"Hamas does not care about the lives of Palestinians, or the lives of Israelis, or Americans; they don't care about their own lives," Yousef said. "They consider dying for their ideology a way of worship."
"Can you coexist with someone whose mission is your destruction?" the CNN host asked.
"Hamas is not seeking coexistence and compromise; Hamas is seeking conquest," Yousef said.
"The destruction of the state of Israel is not Hamas' final destination. Hamas' final destination is building an Islamic caliphate - an Islamic state on the rubble of every other civilization."
Yousef said that Hamas targets civilians "as a tool of war" and that they were prepared for this from the age of 5 years old.
"It's impossible almost for anyone to break through and see the real face of Hamas, and to leave," said Yousef. "As you see in my case, I had to lose everything just to say 'no' to Hamas."
"And today when I look at the children of Gaza, and I know what they are facing, I know that they have no choice," Yousef added grimly.

From the Hamas Charter: Article 13
Peaceful Solutions, Initiatives and International Conferences:
Article Thirteen:
Initiatives, and so-called peaceful solutions and international conferences, are in contradiction to the principles of the Islamic Resistance Movement. Abusing any part of Palestine is abuse directed against part of religion. Nationalism of the Islamic Resistance Movement is part of its religion. Its members have been fed on that. For the sake of hoisting the banner of Allah over their homeland they fight. "Allah will be prominent, but most people do not know."
Now and then the call goes out for the convening of an international conference to look for ways of solving the (Palestinian) question. Some accept, others reject the idea, for this or other reason, with one stipulation or more for consent to convening the conference and participating in it. Knowing the parties constituting the conference, their past and present attitudes towards Moslem problems, the Islamic Resistance Movement does not consider these conferences capable of realising the demands, restoring the rights or doing justice to the oppressed. These conferences are only ways of setting the infidels in the land of the Moslems as arbitraters. When did the infidels do justice to the believers?
"But the Jews will not be pleased with thee, neither the Christians, until thou follow their religion; say, The direction of Allah is the true direction. And verily if thou follow their desires, after the knowledge which hath been given thee, thou shalt find no patron or protector against Allah." (The Cow - verse 120).
There is no solution for the Palestinian question except through Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are all a waste of time and vain endeavors. The Palestinian people know better than to consent to having their future, rights and fate toyed with. As in said in the honourable Hadith:
"The people of Syria are Allah's lash in His land. He wreaks His vengeance through them against whomsoever He wishes among His slaves It is unthinkable that those who are double-faced among them should prosper over the faithful. They will certainly die out of grief and desperation."

I won’t be joining the NDP Israeli boycott faction any time soon…

Indeed, the Hamas chief made it doubly clear today:

Monday night in an interview with PBS host Charlie Rose the political leader of Hamas, Khaled Meshaal said he would not "coexist" with Israel or recognize the "Jewish state."

Rose asked, "Do you want to coexist with the state of Israel? Do you want to recognize Israel as a Jewish state?"

Meshaal replied, "No, I said do not want to live with a state of occupiers."

For a bunch of guys waging jihad on Israel to bring about it's downfall they seem to be going about it in a ridiculous way. They have no way of winning in the near term; but prefer to have the IDF come and give them a sound thrashing notwithstanding.

No wonder, even their own Arab brothers think they are a laughing stock!


Hans Rupprecht, Commander in Chief

1st Saint Nicolaas Army
Army Group “True North”

"Jews are the canary in the coal mine of civilization. When they become the objects of savagery and hate, it means the air has been poisoned and an explosion is soon to come." (Jeff Jacoby, Boston Globe, 2002)

Let me illustrate the point of anti-Semitism further:

A response to my comment to a FP article:

"In addition to some of the history you have outlined, the role of the Cristian(Catholic) church in creating and sustaining the hatred towards Jews should also be mentioned. That has played a major role over the centuries in Europe.
The church has a major responsibility for that. If the church was a person knocking on the gates of the heaven, it would have to be rejected (based on its own criteria). Not only for creating the hatred towards Jews to make itself powerful, but for many other crimes over the centuries, including their role in aiding the Nazis.
By the way, I am not Jewish, but took time to learn a bit about the history. As a kid born in a city with one of the oldest jewish ghetos, I always wondered why people would be restricted to live in segregation."

My response:

"Fair enough, but ancient Christian hatred of Jews (clearly not the case today) is but a historical fact, as is the formation of the Jewish state of Israel in 1947. The present reality is an anti-Israel bias of the left (plus pernicious bigotry) and outright refusal of Arab nations and Palestinians to accept any accommodation for the state of Israel.

That is why the Palestinians and their elected Hamas government bear most if not all the burden and blame for the present situation, including Gaza casualties. Two paraphrased quotes from Israeli leadership set the tone of my argument: if Israel stopped fighting today, they would be slaughtered and ethnically cleansed but if the Palestinians stopped fighting there would be peace in the region; secondly, Israelis use missiles to protect their children while Hamas used children to protect their missiles.

Yes there can be honest disagreement with those two sentiments. The question therefore should be: what is the Palestinian/Arab/Iranian formula for the UN mandated two state solution for peace? I have yet to hear one concrete proposal from them to accommodate the state of Israel.

The reality is they're not interested in peace at all. War is their only approach - it's how they respond to every peace initiative so far. Some can fairly argue the Israelis are too heavy handed in their approach. Again the question is what should they do? Should they just take the attacks day after day. Should they wait until their enemies acquire the capability to destroy them, such as Iranian nukes (an academic question in my mind because they are deterred)? Would they use chemical weapons, aka "poor man's nukes?"

OK a reasonable discourse, hardly inflammatory one way or the other, or particularly brilliant or scripted talking points, just my thoughts on reflection of the situation.

Still this comment:

"What I propose is that you should tell me who you are, where you live and who wrote your commentary. My bet would be that it is a well written coordinated campaign to win the hearts and minds of the average American. Prove me wrong."

Hmm, attempted intimidation, or at least browbeating attempts at censorship. Then again maybe - I've been a Rotarian, on Hamas's list of Israeli "sabotage groups" undermining the terrorist cause.

And this too:

"You did not write this comment. This almost sound like what Netanyahu is saying every day for the last 3 weeks. You are part of a coordinated effort to win the Propaganda war. It's only directed at American citizens who know very little about Palestine."

BTW I responded he (presumably) was wrong - I did actually write those comments, though I wasn't interested in disproving his non-existent assertions, paranoia or fantasies (still in moderator purgatory).

OK that's it. If I'm on the Zionist payroll, I want my money now. Anyway, according to the nut above, all pro-Israeli comments are boilerplate from a single Zionist source, rather than a reasonable question as to how peace is possible when one group wants to eradicate the other.

Musli-culturalism at it's best.

It's not ALL about Jews & Israel, Islam hates us all equally. Well not quite, they actually hate Liberals more than Conservatives, but that's a moot point.

In my opinion we either "stand together or hang separately".

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