Rabbi Giuseppe Laras presents evidence of the Vatican’s disquieting shift towards overt anti-Semitism, as led by Pope Francis. He notes this — not just in many of the Pope’s troubling statements — but in the program guide for the fall conference of the Italian Biblical Association (ABI) where it is explicitly stated. Though little reported, Catholic priests in the Balkans were active participants …
“Congressmen William Fitts Ryan and Benjamin Rosenthal, both New York Democrats, this weekend condemned the support of an anti-Israel organization by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. The Congressmen cited authoritative reports to the effect that the CIA has financed the American Friends of the Middle East, (AFME) a pro-Arab, anti-Israel propaganda front. They called for an investigation by President Johnson.” — Jewish Telegraph Agency on February 20, 1967
Yusuf Ziya Pasha al-Khalidi was for ten years mayor of Jerusalem, where Jews were already the local majority. As a Muslim, an Arab and an Ottoman subject, he wrote (March 1, 1899) a letter opposing Zionism to the chief rabbi of France, Zadok Khan. Yusuf Pasha detailed why he thought Zionism impossible. But at the same time, he validated the Jewish claim to be aboriginal there: “Who can contest the rights of the Jews regarding Palestine? Good Lord, historically it is really your country!”
“Another Swiss financier of neo-Nazi and Islamic terror is Ahmed Huber, (nee Albert Huber), a former journalist who converted to Islam. Swiss authorities raided Huber`s suburban home outside of Berne on November 8, 2001, when U.S. officials identified him as one of the chief financial operators for Al Qaeda. Huber had been very active with the Al Taqwa (literally “Fear of God“) international banking group, an Islamic terrorist front organization that had been funding the activities of Hamas and other Muslim extremists. According to a report released by Germany`s Bundesamt fuer Verfassungsschutz (“Office for the Protection of the Constitution“), Huber “sees himself as a mediator between Islam and right-wing groups.“
— William Grim
Back in 2007, a government backed study in the UK found that a number of British schools stopped teaching the history of the Holocaust to avoid “offending” Muslim students. The report found that,
“…some teachers are reluctant to cover the atrocity for fear of upsetting students whose beliefs include Holocaust denial.” — Adara Press
“This group of people will turn crazy violent if they don’t get what they want so you should let them in.” #MuslimBan
“How to make terrorists:
1. Ban everyone from a certain group from entering the country.
2. Wait. ”
“A London-based human rights organization reported 3,175 cases of human rights violations, including arbitrary detentions, by the PA security forces in the West Bank during 2016. According to the report, hundreds of those detained include university students and lecturers, as well as schoolteachers. During the same year, the PA security forces also detained 27 Palestinian journalists, the report revealed.” –Khaled Abu Toameh, an award-winning journalist, is based in Jerusalem.