dimanche 27 janvier 2013

Le Sunday Times publie une caricature antisémite la journée de commémoration des victimes de l'Holocauste

Le Sunday Times publie cette caricature le jour de la commémoration des victimes de l'Holocauste.  Tout y est: le gros nez et l'accusation de meurtre rituel...   Et Bichara Khader affirme dans La Libre Belgique que "l’Egypte de Morsi ne rampera pas aux pieds de l’Amérique et d’Israël".

Raheem Kassam @ The Commentator: Today is Holocaust Memorial Day. Traditionally, and in line with common decency, it is a day to remember the atrocities of the Second World War, particularly the six million Jewish people slaughtered at the hands of Hitler [sans oublier évidemment les autres victimes raciales des nazis, les Roms].

Last week, it was Member of Parliament David Ward MP, the case of whom highlights an ever growing contingent of anti-Israel sentiment within the British government. These are the fools who would have you believe that Israel’s security barrier is 100 percent concrete, 100 feet tall, and built from the blood of Palestinians.

And who could possibly blame them for having this ill-informed idea, when their fellow MPs invite them to one-sided trips to the West Bank while at the same time referring to Hamas and Hezbollah as ‘friends’ (more on this tomorrow).

But more to the point, who can blame them when some of the country’s smartest media outlets present Israel and its leaders in this particular light: the large-nosed Jew, hunched over a wall, building with the blood of Palestinians as they writhe in pain within it.  La suite.

Et sans oublier les propos de Tom Lantos, le seul survivant de la Shoah élu au Congrès américain, à Harry van Bommel, octobre 2007): "L'Europe n'a pas été aussi scandalisée par Auschwitz qu'elle ne l'est par Guantanamo."

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Un jour tout cela va se payer au prix fort et çà à déjà commencé