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Zionism – Scripture Catholic

| August 17, 2017

Zionism is a movement that seeks a spiritual and national restoration of Israel, the land of the Jewish people. Specifically, Zionists believe that the Jews have a divine right to the real estate it formerly possessed during the reign of King Solomon, based on the promises that God made to Abraham in the book of Genesis: On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram, saying, To your descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the river Euphrates, the land of the Kenites, the Kenizzites, the Kadmonites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Rephaim, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Girgashites and the Jebusites. (Gen.



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Anti-Zionism Is Anti-Semitism – HuffPost

| August 17, 2017

I spent the last week in Basel, Switzerland where in 1897 Theodor Herzl officially inaugurated the Zionist movement when he convened the First Zionist Congress. One of the first places I visited was the Three Kings Hotel. It was Herzls home while in Basel and I wanted to see the balcony from where he posed looking over the Rhine, ostensibly thinking about the millions of Jews suffering under pogroms in Europe and who would need the refuge he would describe in his manifesto, called (in German) Der Judenstaat or the Jewish State.



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Bail set at $50000 for suspect who urinated on Northeast Philly synagogue’s front door – Philly.com

| August 17, 2017

The man suspected of urinating on the front door of a Northeast Philadelphia synagogue and giving the finger to a security camera recording the act was arraigned on a host of charges Wednesday, includingethnic intimidation and indecent exposure. Police said bail forSheidali Dzhalilovwas set at $50,000, but it was unclear Wednesday night whether he was still in custody.



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Richard Spencer Demands Respect On Israeli TV, says Jews are ‘Overrepresented’ – Newsweek

| August 17, 2017

Speaking in an interview on Israeli television, white nationalist Richard Spencer Wednesday said Jews were overrepresented when challenged on antisemitism, adding Jews and Israelis should respect him despite his supremacist views. Spencer, who has previously courted Israeli media,despite engaging in Holocaust denial and refusing to condemn Hitler, made the remarks while speaking to Israeli state broadcasterChannel 2.



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Why you see swastikas in America but not Germany – Vox

| August 16, 2017

German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed horror at the racist marches that roiled Charlottesville, Virginia, this past weekend. It is racist, far-right violence, and clear, forceful action must be taken against it, regardless of where in the world it happens, she said on German television Monday. She might have added that such a thing wouldnt have happened in todays Germany because its illegal.



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Death of a Holocaust denier: With Zundel’s passing, what can we take away? – Canadian Jewish News (blog)

| August 16, 2017

Do not rejoice when your enemy falls, counsels the book of Proverbs. That may have been a hard sell when news of Ernst Zundels death in Germany reached Canada earlier this month. Zundel, whos been described as the worlds foremost purveyor of Holocaust denial literature, wrote titles such as, The Hitler We Loved and Why, and distributed hate literature, including Richard Harwoods 1974 booklet, Did Six Million Really Die?



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Photo from rally turns focus toward NM native – Santa Fe New Mexican

| August 16, 2017

In the search for answers after a white supremacist rally in Virginia devolved into deadly violence Saturday, attention turned to a New Mexican. Dillon Hopper, a native of Roswell, heads the far-right organization Vanguard America that seemed in the chaos of the moment to have some sort of link to the man police say drove a car into a group of anti-racist demonstrators, leaving one woman dead



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According to Zioness organizer Amanda Berman, who had flown in from New York specifically to attend Chicago … – Tablet Magazine

| August 13, 2017

Traditionally, the villains of the Chicago Slutwalk have been the citys police officers, who organizers accuse of being part of the institutional rape culture and the misogyny driving it. This year, however, the march had a different focus: Israel and Palestine. Which, coming just a few months after the expulsion of three Jewish women from the Chicago Dyke Marchan event which sparked an international backlash and united left and right in condemnations of anti-Semitismshouldnt come as much of a surprise.



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Is Zionism creepy? The question at the heart of a social-media controversy deserves an answer – Salon

| August 13, 2017

Is Zionism creepy? It is a strange question, prompted by the recent controversy surrounding Linda Sarsour, the executive director of the Arab American Association of New York.In early July, Sarsour addressed the annual meeting of the Islamic Society of North America, during which she is alleged to have advocated violentjihad.She did not, but her many online detractors nevertheless used the speech to reiterate their claims that Sarsour sympathizes with terrorists, is an anti-Semite, and is hostile to Israel.



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‘Menashe’ offers a rare look at the lives and laws of Hasidic Jews – Washington Post

| August 13, 2017

People love to be transported somewhere else, says Joshua Z Weinstein, director and co-writer of Menashe. Its exciting to be transported to somewhere new thats just around the corner. For his first feature film, Weinsteins somewhere else is an ultra-Orthodox Hasidic community in Brooklyn



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