There is no Israeli apartheid, it is a myth promoted by anti-Semites. Yet, check the real apartheid in the Middle East…
“Neighbor had recorded Muslim suspect calling Sarah Halimi a ‘dirty Jew’ and shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ before killing her….”
The family of Dr. Sarah Halimi, an orthodox Jew, was tortured and murdered in her Paris apartment in April by an devout Muslim invader with a prior record of harassment toward her. Because she knew and feared the intruder, who lived in her building, Halimi had formally requested that the public housing department move her to a new apartment. Nothing was done.
“There are Jews everywhere,” Hammad shouted. “We must attack every Jew on planet Earth! We must slaughter and kill them, with Allah’s help,” he said, appealing to the “seven million Palestinians abroad.”
“We will lacerate them and tear them to pieces,” he added.
According to Hammad, Palestinians in Gaza, Judea and Samaria, and all over the world have “many methods and means” “up their sleeves” that will “powerfully explode” in Israel’s face.
“My principle is to try and kill as many Jews as possible”
“the Arabs enslaved the Africans more than any other nation did.” — Hamed Abdel-Samad
The Forgotten Refugees explores the history and destruction of Middle Eastern Jewish communities, some of which had existed for over 2,500 years. Featuring testimony from Jews who fled Egypt, Libya, Iraq and Yemen, these personal stories of refugees are interspersed with dramatic archival footage, including rescue missions of Yemenite and Iraqi Jews
“These are the striking similarities between the Serbs and the Jews. Serbia originally lost its province of Kosovo after being defeated in battle by the Muslim Turks at the Field of Blackbirds in June, 1389. Like the Jews, who in their 2,000 years of exile dreamed of restoring their ancient homeland and their holy city of Jerusalem from alien conquerors after losing it to the Romans, so too the Serbs dreamed of Kosovo and wove their folk music and national identity around the lost Serbian heartland….
Serbia and Israel must be supported by all who still cherish morality over political and economic expediency. Historical correctness must in all such cases trump so-called political correctness. As goes Serbia, so goes Israel.” — Victor Sharpe