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  • Anti-blackness and the core logic of Zionism
    • Hophmi - For sure, Israel is 'diverse', in spite of the fact that the majority of its inhabitants are designated as 'Jews'.
      What you fail to mention, however, is the very wide disparity between citizens of white European origin and those from Africa.
      One does not have to look far to find youtube proof of anti-African riots in Tel Aviv, Israeli-government acknowledgement of the secret but enforced contraception of newly-arrived Ethiopians, etc. etc.
      There is more than enough evidence to show that black Jews are very much second-class - if not third-class - citizens in the land that purported to welcome them.
      Indeed, the position of many if not most is analagous to that of blacks in the southern American states.

  • New group challenges role of Israel lobby inside Labour Party as effort to undermine Corbyn continues
    • " The Jews of England do not believe that Jackie Walker et al have their best interests at heart. "
      What you mean is that the Zionist-supporters don't believe .... There are so many others, like Jews for Justice for Palestine, like Jewish Voice for Labour (? have I got their name right) and so many, many, unaffiliated people who do believe that she and others speak for THEM.
      It's a bit of a travesty when JEWS are ejected/suspended from the party for 'anti-semitic' views.

  • Don't say the Z-word
    • Except that the majority of muslims condemn the 'Islamic State'.
      They even go so far as to call them by the epithet 'daesh' which is very similar in sound, I believe, to the Arabic for 'shit'.

  • Calling Israel a 'modern day miracle' and 'vibrant bloom in desert,' Clinton says BDS is anti-Semitic
    • You need to catch up - there have already been at least two books on this topic. Lenni Brenner's "Zionism in the Age of the Dictators" is perhaps the best-known.

  • American Jewish Committee agent tries to dig up anti-Semitic dirt in a German refugee housing block
    • So - someone spat at him because he was wearing a kippa in Paris? Big deal! In London had to endure 20 minutes of a woman screaming filth at me in the street.
      I wasn't wearing a kippa - I was carrying a bag designed like the Palestinian flag. And she screamed so loud and so long that a policeman crossed the road to ask if I needed assistance.
      (I thanked him and said I could handle it, thanks. I'm only 70, so not in need of assistance - yet.)
      Thing is, I haven't a clue what made her so red-faced. When people shout and scream I tend to switch my hearing off. But I wonder - is there a word to describe such people? Perhaps Zvika Klein could help ...

  • Video: Routine exchange on a bus reveals racism embedded within Jewish Israeli society
    • Your comment - Israel is the scapegoat for a global problem - rather reminds me of the fellow arrested for murdering his wife, who complained that, in the light of global warming, the police had better things to do with their time.
      But this, apart from the shouting and ranting of Zionists when one confronts them face to face, appears to be the stock response.
      (Of course, when you can't justify your actions, what else can you do except either scream or try to divert attention?)

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