Monday, January 12, 2009

Mark Steyn points out that being “pro Palestinian” is largely a front for good old-fashioned Jew-hating:
In Toronto, anti-Israel demonstrators yell "You are the brothers of pigs!", and a protester complains to his interviewer that "Hitler didn’t do a good job."

In Fort Lauderdale, Palestinian supporters sneer at Jews, "You need a big oven, that’s what you need!"

In Amsterdam, the crowd shouts, "Hamas, Hamas! Jews to the gas!"
And on and on it goes. In Paris, Toulouse, Belgium, Antwerp, London. Jews threatened, targeted, attacked, synagogues bombed, children evicted from schools. It’s an awful display. And all along
(W)e are assured that criticism of the Jewish state is not the same as anti-Semitism. We are further assured that anti-Zionism is not the same as anti-Semitism
Nobody ever seems to ask who attacking Jews in Florida, Canada, Belgium, France, and Great Britain constitutes "criticism of the Jewish state," when the Jews under attack aren’t even Israelis. Why is "Jewism" the only "ism" the left wing can’t seem to get worked up over?


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