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100 Years of Ford and the Jews – From Antisemitism to Zionism – The Jerusalem Post

| December 7, 2019

In 1919, Henry Ford bought a small local newspaper operating at a loss. In the coming years, The Dearborn Independent would liberally cite and elaborate upon "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion", blaming the international Jewish conspiracy for war, poverty, Bolshevism and even "Jewish Jazz-Moron Music". The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem a sort of "greatest hits" of anti-Semitic articles published in the paper was released soon thereafter as a four-volume set, distributed in Ford dealerships across the United States and translated into German.

‘Time for all Religious Zionist parties to unite’ – Arutz Sheva

| December 7, 2019

MK Moti Yogev (Jewish Home-United Right) on Wednesday called on the Religious Zionist parties to run together in the expected upcoming elections. Currently, there is a joint Jewish Home-National Union list, as well as the Otzma Yehudit party, which did not win Knesset representation, and the more liberal New Right party. In an interview with Kol Barama Radio, Yogev said: "We saw during the past year that no branch of Religious Zionism has electoral security on its own

Linda Sarsour Thinks You Can’t Hear or Read – Algemeiner

| December 7, 2019

Linda Sarsour. Photo: Festival of Faiths via Wikimedia Commons

National Union pushes Rightist unity ahead of new elections – Arutz Sheva

| December 7, 2019

Religious Zionism political leadership Flash 90 The National Union Party is preparing for the upcoming election campaign, even though legally another week remains until the Knesset is dispersed. Ahead of the elections, the party is campaigning in the spirit of the Bnei Akiva movement "Shabbat Irgun", calling on the party to unifiy religious Zionism into one political home. National Union chief executive Yehuda Wald said following the campaign launch, "Until the last minute, we'll continue to work to prevent elections and form a government

Is There a Way Out of Israel’s Political Deadlock? – Mosaic

| December 7, 2019

On Tuesday, leaders of the Jewish states largest political parties, Blue and White and Likud, met to negotiate the terms of a coalition agreementand failed to come to an agreement.

In Nablus and Cyprus, the Accusation That Jews Ritually Murder Christians Is Alive and Well – Mosaic

| December 7, 2019

At the Jacobs Well Church in the West Bank town of Nablus, pilgrims can visit the tomb and sacred relics of St. Philoumenos, who was canonized by the Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem in 2009 and is also revered as a saint by a few other Orthodox denominations, including the Russian Patriarchate in Moscow. According to descriptions of his martyrdom, Philoumenoswho had served as the head of the monastery attached to the churchwas murdered by Zionist settlers who wanted to cleanse the area of any trace of Christianity

Linda Sarsour clarifies her comment that Israel is built on the idea that Jews are supreme to everyone else – Haaretz

| December 7, 2019

Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour took to Twitter to clarify recent controversial comments she had made about Israel.

The Case for Progressive Zionism – lareviewofbooks

| December 3, 2019

DECEMBER 1, 2019 WHEN I WAS a seventh grader in Queens, New York, an entire unit of social studies class was devoted to Israel. I remember reverently tracing the map of the young Jewish state.

Yoursay: Don’t blame all Jews for what the Zionists did – Malaysiakini

| December 3, 2019

YOURSAY | 'Herr Ambassador, I can well imagine how outraged you must be over this latest racism' German embassy condemns UMS student's Nazi salute Tidak Harapan: Adolf Hitler condemned the whole Jewish race and this was supported by other Germans. On account of the biggest kleptocrat the world has known, does Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad condemn the Malay race for being prone to thievery?

Churches see new Jew-love and old and new Jew-hatred? – The Times of Israel

| December 3, 2019

Things are changing though not always as much as we would want already and sometimes not for the better even. Antisemitism is not an opinion, says German bishop (October 28). Antisemitic statements are not views protected by free speech.


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