France’s Jihad against the truth | Yves Mamou
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France’s Jihad against the truth | Yves Mamou

◾”It is a shame to deny this taboo, namely that in the Arab families in France, and everyone knows it but nobody wants to say it, anti-Semitism is sucked with mother’s milk.” — George Bensoussan, historian of Moroccan heritage, on trial for saying that.

◾”When parents shout at their children, when they want to reprimand them, they call them Jews. Yes. All Arab families know this. It is monumental hypocrisy not to see that this anti-Semitism begins as a domestic one. ” — Smaïn Laacher, French-Algerian professor of sociology.

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Expelled Science Po University Student Amira Jumaa,  “You don’t belong anywhere in this world — that’s why you guys are scum and rats and discriminated against wherever you are.”
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Expelled Science Po University Student Amira Jumaa, “You don’t belong anywhere in this world — that’s why you guys are scum and rats and discriminated against wherever you are.”

Expelled Science Po university student and Kuwaiti national Amira Jumaa’s online statements directed at an Israeli student are much more than antisemitic; they are threatening and genocidal.

“To quote one Jewish commentator: “Europeans don’t kill Jews with their own hands now, but with other people’s…” Muslims have become the ideal surrogate for European anti-Semitism—the righteous executioners of the Jews.” Continue reading

“Si possible pas juif(ve)”
French Anti-Semitism

“Si possible pas juif(ve)”

“Si possible pas juif(ve)”: l’offre d’emploi “pas du tout discriminatoire” d’une entreprise parisienne 02/02/2015 | 17h39 (Capture d’écran de l’annonce postée sur Graphic-Jobs.com / 2 févreir 2015) Une entreprise parisienne de création graphique a partagé une annonce, recherchant un candidat “si possible pas juif(ve)”. L’agence nous explique que le choix était volontaire, “pour des questions … Continue reading