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Jews are attacked throughout the World by Jihadis for happenings in Israel

WebdeskMay 17, 2021, 11:38 AM IST

Jews are attacked throughout the World by Jihadis for happenings in Israel

Anti-Semitism has spread through out the Islamic world like a cancer and it has crossed Nations through immigrants, refugees and war torn people. Since the founding of Israel in 1948 Arab leaders wanted non existence of Israel in Middle East. They tried all the methods to defeat it. In their zeal to delegitimize the Jewish state, Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser promoted all kinds of anti-Semitic literature and rhetoric. Arab states became vast propaganda machines for anti-Semitism, brainwashing generations of their people with the most hateful ideas about Jews. Anti-Semitism is now routine discourse in Muslim populations. It has sometimes tragically gone beyond feelings, morphing into terrorist attacks. How can India forget the Terrorist attack on Jew Quarters and India during Mumbai Blasts. Internally Israel Jewish and Arab citizens have clashed in the worst violence in decades in Israeli cities stoning cars, burning offices and places of worship, and forming mobs that have dragged people from their vehicles and beat them to within an inch of their lives. Then Israel is fighting with Hamas, few lesser known Jihadi groups who target civilians and the city. Now through out the world Jews victims of Holocaust are pointed out and attacked by Jihadis as mobs. In America Democratic members of Congress, Ilhan Omar (Minn.) and Rashida Tlaib (Mich.), both of whom are Muslim have made critical statements about Israel and its most ardent American supporters. Their tweets and comments have been portrayed by some as not simply criticisms of Israel but rather as evidence of a rising tide of anti-Semitism on the new left. Few instances of Jews Targeted About 7,000 French Jews moved to Israel in 2014. This was 1% of the entire French Jewish population and a record number since World War II. In June 2014, Following the threats facing Jews in France, particularly arising from French-born jihadists returning after fighting in the civil war in Syria. In 2012 in Toulouse, armed terrorist Mohammed Merah, the child of Muslim parents from Algeria murdered four Jews. Merah had previously targeted French army soldiers. A brother of the shooter, Abdelghani Merah, said he and his siblings had been brought up on anti-Semitic views espoused by their parents. Thousands of protesters have rallied in Paris and across France after the killer Kobili Traoré is accused of beating 65-year-old Lucie Attal better known as Sarah Halimi and throwing her from the balcony her Paris apartment in 2017. French courts have recognised the killing as an anti-Semitic. Traoré entered Halimi’s apartment at 4am on 4 April 2017 while she was asleep. He allegedly beat her while crying “Allahu Akbar” and reciting Quranic verses, before throwing her over the balcony of her third-floor council flat in the 11th arrondissement of Paris where she had lived for 30 years. Neighbours told police they heard Traoré shout “I killed the sheitan” – the Arabic word for “devil” – from Halimi’s balcony. Recently in 2021 this Week German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas pledged "unwavering security" for synagogues. Police have stepped up protection at Jewish temples and intervened at a number of anti-Israel rallies taking place across the country as violence escalates in the Middle East.Maas called on citizens to reject the idea of "blaming people of the Jewish faith in Germany for events in the Middle East whether on the streets or on social media." Germany has seen a number of large demonstrations over the past couple of days, with the latest being staged in Hannover and Gelsenkirchen on Wednesday night and in Bremen and Munich on Thursday. The protests drew several hundred participants each, and saw anti-Israeli as well as antisemitic chants, as well as the burning of Israeli flags. Police have detained several individuals in connection to rocks being thrown through the windows of synagogues across the country on Wednesday and Thursday. “While Canada remains one of the best countries in the world to be a minority, anti-Semitism and hate in all forms persist in the margins of society,” said Shimon Fogel, CEO of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs. In Canada a Israel Man was attacked by a Mob with violence. In England protesters flows along Hyde Park towards the Israeli embassy in Kensington. Smoke flare was set off waving Palestinian flags. Other religious people were terrorized to go their. In America at the Antifa anti-Israel direct action march, they tried swarming and attacking a California Highway Patrol vehicle on the road. They ignore orders to get out of the way. So Israelis have been globally attacked and made insecure. This is the first time in the world history where a ethnic group has been targeted abroad by Jihadis when world is keeping silent and seeing it. Accurate numbers and figures on the Jewish attacks is not available from Europe, America’s, Africa, Asia but Jews are under severe threat for no wrong of theirs abroad.

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