After the Holocaust, antisemitism was a word the entire world should have been afraid of, but it is not; and such behavior should have disgusted every person in the world, but it does not.
Antisemitism is an incurable emotional and psychological disease, spread worldwide among non-Jews and even among Jews of all sorts.
In light of what is happening in the world these days in general, and in Egypt in particular, I wrote in my previous article that the world needs reprogramming for peace to prevail.
And what did I mean by that?
Who reprogrammed Nazi Germany, the fascist Italy and Spain, the antisemitic Netherlands, Croatia and Ukraine, and in fact most of Europe? No one! Maybe because nobody reprogrammed the Europeans, the neo-Nazis have remained neo-Nazis, the racists remained racists, who, today, are rising, blooming and spreading throughout Europe, in Greece, France, Austria, Hungary – where they already dominate – the Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, and where not? To this ancient European hatred system was added a new element in Europe, the Islamo-Nazis; haters of Jews from the times of Muhammad, the creator of the Muslim religion, throughout 1,400 years of this religion’s history, who were brought to Europe by the European establishments and are now adding fuel to the hatred of Jews that existed in Europe for many centuries.
Anywhere in the world where Jews lived, through the centuries of their exile, their numbers have been reduced to zero, or their numbers continues to decline. After the apartheid regime in South Africa was canceled, the same people who suffered racial discrimination, today are operating along resentment, hypocrisy and boycott against Israel, the behavior of which they have suffered from and fought to abolish. And the numbers of the Jewish community in South Africa are on the decline. Just a few days ago, two Jewish families, with many children, were brought, by a covert operation, from Yemen to safety, to the State of Israel. And in Yemen only about 100 Jews remained and their lives are in danger.
Soon the remaining Jews of Ethiopia will be brought to Israel. The last Jewish school there has already been closed forever. Arab countries have long been Judenrein – clean of Jews; Europe of the 1940s killed most of the Jews of Europe and the number of Jews who remained living on the “enlightened” continent narrows quickly. And those who still remain there know, if the situation becomes unbearable, the doors are always open for them in Israel. And that is what we see today in France, Jews there are securing a home in Israel. The shelter named Israel will protect every Jew.
Even in the United States and Canada, antisemitism is on the rise, especially on university campuses, sentiments of hatred of Jews driven by Islamic influence in the higher education system. And let us not forget the Left leaning academia that tends to be anti-Israel, and being anti-Israel means having antisemism sentiments for a collective group or Jews, all gathered in their homeland.
I will not forget to mention here the Arab-Palestinians, Israel’s so-called “peace partner” of the last twenty years, that have consistently raised generations who do not believe in Israel’s right to exist and want to destroy the Jewish state. They live with the idea of their right to be allowed to return to their great-grandparents’ homes in Haifa, Jaffa, and Tel-Aviv, homes their ancestors ran away from in 1948, during Israel’s Independence war.
Only today the Arab-Palestinians have come out with one other genocidal statement: Fatah: “Without blood Palestine will not return.” Fatah’s Facebook page promotes armed violence for kids. Female suicide bombers are “stars who sparkled in the sky.”
And then there are the anti-Semite Jews, and the only that I can only say is, G-d please watch over us.
Racism, antisemitism and bigotry is embedded deeply in the fabric of the Israeli Arab and the Arab-Palestinian societies in Israel. But the government of Israel prefers to deal with this mounting problem by hiding the facts, sweeping the problems under the carpet and not having an effective solution.
Let us take Israel’s democracy and freedom of religion and the Temple Mount case. Why is it that Jews cannot pray on Temple mount freely, in fact even go visit there freely, any time they want, but Moslems are allowed to do what they want on the grounds there even use it as a soccer field? I will leave this question wide open because, in my opinion, giving the key to Temple Mount was the greatest mistake Israel ever made. It has created a situation that if Israel takes the key back, as it should, the country will go into chaos that may end up to be like today’s Egypt. Not allowing Jews to practice their religion on Temple Mount is the ultimate of hypocrisy and bigotry. Democracy?
My worst peeve is with the anti-Semites, the self hating Jews, and they exist in Israel as well as in the Diaspora. As our wise parents, who spoke Yiddish, used to say: a bad Jew is worse than the worst non Jew.
In an article in the Jewish Press we read, “The Washington, DC JCC is staging viciously anti-Israel plays, funded by the Greater Washington Federation.”
The noose of antisemitism is tightening around the Jews again. French Jews, one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe are leaving France in greater numbers than ever before.
Today, every Jew in the world has the back and backing and safe harbor called the State of Israel. The question we can all discuss is, have we entered the period of the prophets’ prophecies? Are we seeing G-d’s prophecies coming alive and will the nation of Israel learn from its ancient past to survive in its promised land?
How The Prophets Shouted In The Streets Of The Kingdom Of Israel
Ezekiel, Chapter 36 – 24: For I will take you from among the heathen, and gather you out of all countries, and will bring you into your own land. 25: Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you, and ye shall be clean: from all your filthiness, and from all your idols, will I cleanse you.
Jeremiah’ Chapter 29 – 14: I will be found by you, declares G-d, and will bring you back from captivity and I will gather you from all the nations and all places to where I have banished you, declares G-d, and I will bring you back to the place from which I carried you into exile.
Micah, Chapter 2: – Deliverance Promised – 12 I will surely gather all of you, Jacob; I will surely bring together the remnant of Israel. Together I will put them like sheep in a pen, like a herd in its pasture; the place will throng with people. 13 The One who breaks open the way will go up before them; they will break through the gate and go out. Their King will pass through before them, and G-d at their head.
Welcomed the one who brings forth the words in the name of the one who said them.