DESPICABLE! Self-hating leftist Jews in Canada invite Muslims to desecrate their synagogue

When these same Muslims have a knife to the throats of these Jews, I will just laugh. Don’t they know what all Muslims think of Jews?

This synagogue is now a mosque.

This synagogue is now a mosque

Jewish Press  (h/t Liz) The Beth Israel synagogue in Peterborough, Central Ontario, Canada, invited Muslim worshipers at the Masjid al-Salaam mosque to pray in their building, after it had been firebombed on Nov. 14 by arsonists.

On Saturday night, the synagogue’s website published an announcement stating, “Yesterday, Friday November 27, Beth Israel became a house of worship for the local Muslim community.” On Friday, Beth Israel hosted two prayer sessions for local Muslims and a potluck dinner.






Beth Israel Synagogue president Larry Gillman told CBC, “As Canadians we have to stick together. It’s not about religion, it’s not about race. (Oh it’s about religion all right, and yours is the one Muslims hate the most) Canadians do this.” According to CBC, as soon as Gillman heard about the fire at the mosque, he reached out to his synagogue’s board of directors to find out about sharing space with the Muslim congregation. They voted unanimously in favor. “I hope this can be some kind of small example to others,” Gillman said.


AUSTRALIA: Muslim thug tries to strangle an Orthodox Jewish Rabbi and the Rabbi nails him

The video captures the moment when the 39-year-old Muslim terrorist wannabe tries to strangle the Rabbi while screaming at him to “go back to Israel.” It went down outside the Adass Israel Synagogue in Ripponlea, near Melbourne on November 26 at 7:30pm.


Mirror (h/t Larry)  The Muslim thug was shouting something about Allah and slaps one of the men in the face before trying to grab the Rabbi’s throat. He then yells: “Go back to Israel. Do you think you can rule this land?” before he is restrained on the ground.


The Rabbi who bore the brunt of the attack told the Daily Mail Australia he was not injured during the incident. He added: “It was an isolated incident and it was handled very well. 

A police spokesman told Australia news site The Age the man had allegedly stolen a child’s scooter and was approached by the group as they left their place of worship. Police arrested the man, charging him with theft and criminal damage.


Islamic terrorist attacks on Jews in Israel have become so frequent, the Western media totally ignore them

Friday, November 13, 2015:  An Israeli family car was ambushed and attacked near Atniel, South Hebron Mountain. They were on their way to a family celebration in Be’er Sheba. The Palestinian terrorist, who is member of the Islamic Jihad, fired from the middle of the road and killed the father, Jacob Litman, 40 y.o. and his son Nethaniel 18 y.o. who was driving.

The other family members in the car — the mother, a 16-year-old boy and three young girls aged 11, 9 and 5 — were lightly wounded, suffering mostly from bruises and shrapnel injuries.

But that’s not all.


THE JEWISH CONNECTION? What the media aren’t telling you about the Paris theater in which 100 people were massacred by Muslim terrorists on Friday, Nov. 13th

The Bataclan Theater, where people were watching a rock concert until Muslim terrorists came in and starting gunning them down one by one, happens to be a Jewish-owned theater and the favored destination for many years of anti-Israel and anti-Zionist protests.

Bataclan Theater in Paris

Bataclan Theater in Paris

Lugenpresse  The French edition of Le Point suggests that the reason for these attacks – Jewish owners of Bataclan. Add to that, Jewish organizations often hold conferences in the Bataclan, and there were events to collect donations for the Israeli Border Police Magav.

And here we have a video from 2008, where masked jihadists threaten the Bataclan theatre because of events that are held there that support Israel. (h/t Brenda K)

Coincidentally, the rock band Eagles of Death Metal, which was performing at the theatre when the attacks took place, went on tour of Israel this past summer (below),  recalls Le Point.

A member of the Islamic extremist group, Army of Islam, told French security services in 201:1 “We had planned an attack against the Bataclan because its owners are Jews.”



INTIFADA IN ITALY? Orthodox Jewish businessman stabbed multiple times in Milan by masked (Muslim?) attacker

663141614892381490490noAn Orthodox Jewish businessman was badly wounded after being repeatedly stabbed seven times by a masked (Muslim?) assailant in an attack on the streets of Milan.  Nathan Graff, 40, (photo right) was stabbed seven times in the face, neck, back and arm by a man wearing a balaclava, as he stood outside a kosher pizzeria. Assailant is still at large.

UK Telegraph (h/t Maria J)  There were fears that the vicious assault was a copy-cat attack inspired by the recent spate of stabbings of Jews by Palestinians in Israel and the occupied West Bank.  Mr Graff was wearing a kippah or skull cap and was clearly identifiable as Jewish at the time of the attack, which happened in the street in which he lives.  One of the stab wounds nearly severed his optic nerve. 


“When the intifada of stabbings began, they promised to strike Jews in Israel and in every part of the world, and now they have done that,” said Riccardo Pacifici, the recently-retired president of the Jewish community in Rome. 

It was the most serious anti-Semitic attack in Italy since an assault on Rome’s Great Synagogue in 1982 in which a two-year-old boy was killed and 34 people wounded by Palestinian gunmen throwing grenades and firing machine guns.

Exterior view of the kosher shop where Nathan Graff was stabbed in Milan

Exterior view of the kosher shop where Nathan Graff was stabbed in Milan

Jewish community leaders said there was a growing climate of anti-Semitism in Europe  (the direct result of massive Muslim immigration) and that the attack was unnerving for Italy’s 35,000 Jews. Mr Graff, believed to be an Israeli citizen, was the son-in-law of a rabbi, Hetzkia Levi.

The assailant is being hunted and an investigation is being led by anti-terrorism police.  Across the country, security was increased around synagogues and Jewish schools and community centres.




STABBING INTIFADA UPDATE: Why every Israeli Jew needs to be armed at all times

As an Israeli Jew tries to help a Muslim woman with directions she has requested, she pulls a knife out of her bag and attempts to stab him.

In Jerusalem, a Muslim runs up and tries to stab an Israeli tour guide, then runs off.

Now, THIS is more like it. Israelis disguise themselves and join a group of Palestinian thugs throwing rocks at Israeli soldiers. Suddenly, the undercover guys start shooting the Muslim attackers.  Sadly, only three of them were wounded, one seriously.


UH OH! Jordanian cleric who told Muslims not to attack Jews is forced to retract his statements

Under fire from Muslim Brotherhood for saying that killing Jews is not permissible, adding that the Jews “don’t attack you if you don’t attack them,” Jordanian cleric Ali Hassan Al-Halabi has back-pedaled. Now he says “Jews are the brothers of apes and pigs” and jihad against them is a duty, but that the Muslims are not up for the task right now, and must prepare first.

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For the first time in 67 years, Egypt supports Israeli bid at the UN

Unknown1Egypt made history this week, supporting Israel’s bid for membership in the Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space Affairs at the United Nations. It was the first time Egypt voted in support of Israel since it backed the 1948 United Nations vote establishing the Jewish nation.

CBN  The vote passed by a wide margin, with 117 member states in favor; 21 abstentions, among them Iraq, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Tunisia, Morocco, Qatar, and Kuwait; and Namibia the only country opposing the Israeli bid.


“The vote today proves there are some countries who find it more important to bash Israel than to contribute to the international community, like Qatar who abstained on the vote even though it was a vote on its own acceptance to the committee,” the Israeli Mission to the United Nations said in a statement.

In September, Egyptian President Fattah Abdel el-Sisi called on more Arab countries to make peace with Israel, saying the 1979 peace treaty between Egypt and Israel has held for nearly four decades despite doubters.

Last year, the unlikely alliance between Israel and Egypt against Hamas, shocked Israel’s critics in the Obama regime.


WSJ  Israel and Egypt quietly agreed to work in concert to squeeze Hamas after Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Morsi was deposed as president of Egypt in 2013. 

When former military chief Abdel Fattah Al Sisi rose to power in Egypt after leading the overthrow of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, Israel found the two countries had a common interest in suppressing the Islamist group that ruled Gaza. They worked to bring pressure on their shared enemy.

What Washington never anticipated was that the two countries would come to trust each other more than the Americans, who would watch events in Gaza unfold largely from the sidelines as the Israelis and the Egyptians planned out their next steps.


Hamas, which ruled Gaza for the past 8 years, came to rely on cash supplied by Qatar transferred through Egypt, with the assent of Mr. Morsi, and on revenue from smuggling goods through tunnels reaching into Egypt. Mr. Sisi rose to power. Israeli officials knew Egypt was as committed as they were to reining in Hamas when Mr. Sisi sent word earlier this year that his forces had completely destroyed 95% of the tunnels under Egypt’s border with Gaza.

Moreover, as an Egyptian nationalist, he saw Mr. Morsi’s Islamist group, the Muslim Brotherhood, and its Palestinian offshoot, Hamas, as threats to the state that needed to be suppressed with a heavy hand, the Israeli official said.

Israeli intelligence analysts interpreted Mr. Sisi’s comments about keeping the peace with Israel and ridding Egypt of Islamists as a “personal realization that we—Israel—were on his side,” the Israeli official said.

Egyptian Army delegation spent a week in Israel, met Israeli officials, and toured a number of areas.

Egyptian Army delegation spent a week in Israel, met Israeli officials, and toured a number of areas.

The revelation that Hamas was equally abhorrent to Mr. Sisi as it was to the Israeli government spurred efforts to reward him. Israel used its clout in Washington to lobby the Obama administration and Congress on his behalf, in particular arguing against a U.S. decision to cut off military aid to Egypt, Israeli officials said.

“It came at a very formative time for him” and helped cement a trusting relationship between friends who realized they were vital to each others’ national security, he said. In Gaza, there was shock at the events unfolding in Cairo.

U.S. officials didn’t agree with what they saw as Mr. Sisi’s theory about Hamas threatening the Egyptian state. They feared his heavy hand against Islamists in Egypt would drive them underground and might set off a civil war. The criticism only deepened the bond between Mr. Sisi and Israel, U.S. and Israeli officials said.

An Israeli flag flutters next to an Egyptian one at the Nitzana crossing as Israel has deployed hundreds of intelligence agents on its southern border with Egypt to combat the growing threat of attack from Jihadist groups in the neighbouring Sinai peninsula. , along Israel's border with Egypt's Sinai desert

An Israeli flag flutters next to an Egyptian one at the Nitzana crossing as Israel has deployed hundreds of intelligence agents on its southern border with Egypt to combat the growing threat of attack from Jihadist groups in the neighbouring Sinai peninsula. 

Egypt secretly coordinated with senior Israeli officials led by Maj. Gen. (Res.) Amos Gilad, the director of the political-military affairs bureau at Israel’s Defense Ministry, who is known in the Israeli security establishment as the “granddaddy” of the Israeli-Egyptian channel, Israeli officials said.

Mr. Gilad and other Israeli officials shuttled between Israel and Egypt and spoke to their Egyptian counterparts by phone. Officials said the two sides spoke every day, more often during crises.

U.S. officials, who tried to intervene in the initial days after the Israeli-Gaza conflict broke out on July 8 to try to find a negotiated solution, soon realized that Mr. Netanyahu’s office wanted to run the show with Egypt and to keep the Americans at a distance, according to U.S., European and Israeli officials.

When a tentative deal finally came together in Cairo to stop the fighting, Washington found itself outside looking in on the Israeli-Egyptian partnership once again.



DRESS FOR SUCCESS! ‘Cutting-edge’ Gaza style -what the well dressed Arab Muslim will be wearing this year

gaza-hitler-store-with-knivesFashionistas like to tell us that ‘accessories make the look.’ In response, a Gaza clothing store, aptly named ‘HITLER’ has created a very fashion-forward yet highly functional look by adding knives to its mannequins…Because you never know when you’ll bump into an Israeli in need of a stabbing.


Truth Revolt  Among the hottest looks this season for the fashion-minded Palestinian murderer are these displayed on mannequins out front of a Gaza store, according to Fittingly, the store is named “Hitler,” which must be like the Arab equivalent of Urban Outfitters.


They feature camos (with the sleeves stylishly pushed up), balaclavas (only in basic black), Palestinian scarves for a dash of color — and knives for the stabbing intifada currently underway against Israeli Jews. Don’t hold your breath waiting for the UN to issue a “strongly-worded” condemnation.

Here we have the cutting edge “BLUE” look:




MAZEL TOV! A marriage made in Islamofascist heaven

At the funeral on November 1, 2015 of Raed Jaradat, a Palestinian terrorist killed when attempting to stab an Israeli soldier in Hebron, his father asked the father of Danya Irshid, a female terrorist, also killed while attempting a stabbing attack, for the hand of his daughter in marriage. To the chants of “Allahu Akbar,” the two fathers smooched and embraced. 


Palestinian leader, Mahmoud Abbas, orders Jew-killers to broaden their reach from Arab Muslim-occupied Jerusalem to Arab Muslim-occupied Judea & Samaria (aka West Bank)

third-intifadaPalestinian violence against Jews continues, as a another terrorist stabbed and injured an Israeli man in Jerusalem yesterday, reports the Times of Israel. Israeli police shot and critically wounded the attacker. The stabbing was the first in Jerusalem since Oct. 17, and comes amid analyses that the Palestinian violence has shifted primarily from the Israeli capital of Jerusalem to Judea-Samaria.

IPT  Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas (photo below) issued a directive 11 days ago to cease attacks in Jerusalem in order to increase attacks in the West Bank, emphasizing the areas of Gush Etzion and Hebron, the Jerusalem Post reported.


The clear difference in Israeli authorities’ ability to prevent attacks in eastern Jerusalem versus the West Bank shows the extent of the PA’s influence over the Palestinians in the capital.

However, today’s events show that not all Jerusalem Arabs are heeding to Abbas’ call to divert attacks, suggesting that broader societal Palestinian incitement continues to play a major role in driving violence against Jews.


Meanwhile, two Palestinian attackers attempted to stab Border Police officers at the Tapuah Junction in the West Bank and were subsequently shot by Israeli authorities – one terrorist died as a result.

Palestinians rioted in the West Bank city of Ramallah, leading Israeli police to shoot an assailant who was ready to throw a Molotov cocktail. As Israeli first responders administered first aid to the wounded Palestinian, another Palestinian terrorist approached the medical officers wielding a sharp object.


Seeking to prevent another terrorist attack, an Israeli commander in a jeep ordered his driver to approach the terrorist. The driver hit the second Palestinian and moderately wounded him.

These incidents mark more than 60 separate terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians and security personnel in the last month, killing 10 Israelis and injuring dozens more.