Zionist Jews Happily Brag About Being At The Center Of The Muslim Invasion Of Europe



The truth is the Western world is controlled by jewish supremacists like the Rothschild dynasty through media, entertainment, the banking system and puppet politicians who don’t care about anything but money power and status. Why is Israel the only democratic nation that doesn’t have to be politically correct? Why don’t they have to take in “refugees”? Why can they kick out Ethiopian Jews just because they’re black? Did you know it’s illegal for a Jew and non Jew marry in Israel? Where is the leftist outrage!? wheres the media coverage?


PM at White House: Radical Islamic terror threatens US, Israeli values

American and Israeli values are under attack by “radical Islamic terrorism,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday, as he took part in a joint press conference at the White House with President Donald Trump.

The prime minister praised the president for what he called Trump’s resolve in fighting this phenomenon.

“Under your leadership I believe we can reverse the rising tide of radical Islam,” Netanyahu said, ahead of his much-anticipated one-on-one meeting with Trump.

The prime minister highlighted the threats posed by Iran and the Islamic State group, and vowed that Israel stood beside Trump on this issue.

Trump in turn hailed the United States’ “unbreakable” bond with Israel, and promised Netanyahu that Iran would never be permitted to build a nuclear weapon.

US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hold a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, February 15, 2017. (AFP PHOTO / MANDEL NGAN)

US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hold a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, February 15, 2017. (AFP PHOTO / MANDEL NGAN)

“With this visit the United States, again, reaffirms our unbreakable bond with our cherished ally, Israel,” Trump said.

“The security challenges faced by Israel are enormous, including the threat of Iran’s nuclear ambitions, which I’ve talked a lot about,” he said.

“One of the worst deals I’ve ever seen is the Iran deal. My administration has already imposed new sanctions on Iran, and I will do more to prevent Iran from ever developing — I mean ever — a nuclear weapon.”

The Iran nuclear deal was reached in July 2015 during the tenure of Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama, and went into effect the following year. Under its terms Iran agreed to dismantle part of its nuclear program, surrender enriched fuel and submit to international inspection.

But critics of the agreement, including Netanyahu, have argued that when some of the terms of the deal expire in 10 and 15 years it will leave Tehran on the threshold of building a bomb.


JAKARTA/ISLAMABAD – Valentine’s Day celebrations on Tuesday were banned by authorities in parts of Indonesia and Pakistan, home to Asia’s largest Muslim populations, saying the romantic tradition encouraged casual sex and ran counter to cultural norms.

In Indonesia, officials from the country’s second largest city, Surabaya, ordered schools to prohibit students from celebrating Valentine’s Day, while in Makassar, police raided mini marts and seized condoms in a bid to prevent teenagers from having sex.


“These raids were done after we received reports from residents that the mini marts were selling condoms in an unregulated way, especially on Valentine’s Day,” Makassar police official Jufri was quoted as saying in a media report.

Indonesia’s highest Islamic clerical council declared Valentine’s Day forbidden by Islamic law in 2012, saying it was contradictory to Muslim culture and teachings.

But the vast majority of Indonesia’s more than 220 million Muslims follow a moderate form of Islam in a country with sizeable Christian and Hindu minorities. Indonesia is a secular country whose state ideology enshrines religious diversity.

In Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, and other parts of the country, Valentine’s Day has grown in popularity with companies, like national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia, looking to cash in by offering special discounts and promotions.

In Pakistan, an Islamic republic, a court banned public Valentine’s Day celebrations in its capital.

The Islamabad High Court also ordered the media to “ensure that nothing about the celebration of Valentine’s Day and its promotion is spread.”

That hurt some businesses in the city of 2 million people.

“I’ve sold at least 50 percent less flowers today than in past years. People just haven’t come out to buy them,” said Haider Ali, who works at the F7 flower market in Islamabad.

Dutch MP vows to ‘de-Islamize’ nation, calls mosques ‘Nazi temples’

Far-right Dutch MP Geert Wilders has vowed to “de-Islamize” the Netherlands, calling mosques “Nazi temples” and promising to ban the sale of the Quran if he becomes prime minister in the upcoming elections.

In an interview with Dutch TV WNL, Wilders compared the Islamic religious text to Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf, saying the country’s ban on the Nazi text should be extended to the Muslim book which he believes is more anti-Semitic. He also spoke of his plans to shutter mosques, which he called “Nazi temples.”

Wilders said mainstream politicians in the Netherlands would have to work with his Party for Freedom if voters strongly back his anti-immigration, anti-European Union platform in the country’s upcoming election, or face a peaceful backlash.

Wilders’ Party for Freedom is polling strongly ahead of the March 15 election for the lower house of Parliament. Mainstream parties, however, have ruled out working in a coalition government with him. That means it would be extremely difficult for Wilders to form a government, since the Dutch electoral system all but guarantees coalitions.

“If voters make the PVV really big — I’m not talking about two or three extra seats, but really big…they will have to” work with his party, Wilders said in the nationally broadcast interview aired Sunday.

Wilders’ party currently has 12 of the 150 seats in the lower house, but polls are forecasting him to substantially build on that in the election. Wilders himself says up to 2.5 million people could vote for him in this nation of 17 million and that other political parties would ignore his far-right voters at their peril.

“You can detest Geert Wilders or the PVV, but you can’t just set aside 2-2.5 million people,” he told the WNL broadcaster.

Wilders has in the past warned of a revolt if his party is sidelined despite strong electoral gains.

“People won’t just accept if they are just set aside in their millions. And, of course, I don’t mean that tanks will go through the streets,” he said.

He added: “Revolt is always democratic and non-violent, but it won’t just pass by, I tell you that. We in the Netherlands have the right to demonstrate and the right to speak up if we don’t agree with something.”

In the wide-ranging interview, Wilders stressed his election manifesto, saying he wants to close Dutch borders to immigrants from Muslim nations. He also played down fears that his plan to pull the Netherlands out of the European Union would have a devastating effect on the Dutch economy, saying Britain’s economy is forecast to grow strongly despite that country’s vote to leave the 28-nation EU.


Female suicide bombers were relatively unknown till the second intifada that began in September 2000.

Dr. Mordechai Kedar, a senior lecturer in the department of Arabic at Bar-Ilan University, said Sunday that he had been surprised to discover that the perpetrator of an explosion in the bus in which he was traveling was a woman.


Fortunately, he suffered only slight injuries and was able to take care of them himself. This was the first time that a woman had been involved in a suicide attack, he said. Casting his mind back after the incident, he remembered having seen her wearing a blue velvet dress – a garment worn only at weddings. “She was dressed for a wedding with shaheeds [‘martyrs”] in heaven.”

Kedar, an officer in IDF Military Intelligence for 25 years, was speaking at the Begin Heritage Center at the launch of the Gefen Publishing House book Women and Jihad by Rachel Avraham, a news editor and political analyst for Jerusalem Online, the English language Internet edition of the televised Channel 2 News.

“Women are not supposed to blow themselves up,” Kedar said. They are supposed to stay at home and give birth – “preferably to boys” – and care for their families. Blowing themselves up goes against the grain of Islamic society – at least it used to.

Moderator David Bedein, whose Center for Near East Policy Research was a co-sponsor of the event, showed clips taken several years ago of interviews with Palestinian female would-be suicide bombers who had survived, been treated in Israeli hospitals and incarcerated. At the time of the interviews, there were more than a hundred such women, said Bedein. Today they are all free, having been included in the 2011 exchange for kidnapped soldier Gilad Schalit, he stated.

In the interviews, the women expressed no remorse or regret. They had felt blessed just before embarking on their missions, because they were about to meet Allah and would see the martyrs in paradise. One woman, who had been badly burned and been treated and nursed back to health in Soroka-University Medical Center in Beersheba, had returned to the same hospital with an explosive belt strapped to her body. She was intercepted by security personnel. Some of the women were aggressive, saying that Palestine would be part of the large Islamic state. Others expressed admiration for al-Qaida’s Osama bin Laden and Hezbollah’s Hassan Nasrallah and said that they hoped that all Arabs would be like them. One woman said: “The base of the conflict between Jews and Palestinians is a religious struggle.”

The faces of all the women, including the most highly educated, shone with a religious radiance that spoke of the depth of their indoctrination.

Minister-without-Portfolio Ayoub Kara said that he has made a study of extremism, and while he has not yet found a solution, it is essential for Israel to cooperate with the Saudi-Arab coalition. He lamented the fact that the Saudis won’t make a move in that direction until the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is resolved.

Libyan-born Dr. Yitzhak Ben Gad, a former Israeli consul-general in Chicago and Miami, while not discounting religious fervor as a springboard for female terrorists, said there were also other factors: a miserable life, the knowledge that sooner or later she will be killed in “honor” crime by a male family member; and revenge for real or imagined suffering.

Dr. Nancy Kobrin, a fellow of the American Center for Democracy, psychoanalyst, Arabist and counter-terrorism expert, attributed knife wielding by female jihadists to their having been abused as women in the Islamic shame/honor culture. “Violence is embodied by female suicide bombers,” said Kobrin. The female is at the eye of the political terrorism storm. Incidents of domestic violence in Palestinian society, serve as “a red flag and a ticking time bomb,” she warned. “The need to hate and to have an enemy is in place by age three,” declared Kobrin “It is a rage that exceeds murder itself. There is a need not just to kill but to obliterate and annihilate – something that the West can’t understand.”

Quoting from Avraham’s book, Kobrin said that female suicide bombers receive eight times more media publicity than male suicide bombers.

Avraham stated that no act of terrorism is spontaneous. They are all carefully planned, and more than the desire to actually harm Israelis is the terrorists’ goal to attract publicity for their cause. Without publicity, it’s as if the act of terrorism did not happen, she said.

She conceded that while there are Palestinian moderates, most are too afraid to express their true opinions. “We don’t know what Palestinian women are really thinking, because they are afraid of deviating from the norms of their society.”

An increasing number of Palestinian women are becoming terrorists as a result of media incitement, she said, adding that women getting more publicity shames Palestinian men into committing greater violence


French far-right leader Marine Le Pen said French Jews should give up the wearing of yarmulkes as part of the country’s struggle to defeat radical Islam.

In an interview with Israel’s Channel 2, Le Pen expressed support for banning the wearing of yarmulkes as part of her broader effort to outlaw religious symbols in public, Britain’s Jewish Chronicle reported Sunday.

“Honestly, the dangerous situation in which Jews in France live is such that those who walk with a kippah are in any case a minority because they are afraid,” Le Pen said, using the Hebrew word for yarmulke. “But I mainly think the struggle against radical Islam should be a joint struggle and everyone should say, ‘There, we are sacrificing something.’”

Referring to French Jews, Le Pen added: “Maybe they will do with just wearing a hat, but it would be a step in the effort to stamp out radical Islam in France.”

Le Pen is a leading contender in the upcoming French presidential contest, with a recent poll showing her advancing to the second round of balloting in May but still losing handily to front-runner Emmanuel Marcon. Her political party, the National Front, was founded by her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, who routinely minimized the Holocaust.

The younger Le Pen has sought to move the party past her father’s controversies, but French Jewish leaders still consider the National Front anti-Semitic.


Perhaps if liberals understood that while the bulk of Islam is made up of people who are just trying to live, Islam has a terrible record when it comes to honoring the rights of others. In much of the Islamic religion “rights” are not even a notion. So maybe if the Democrats really grasped the fact that there are gun classes and training being given at little or NO cost to radicals in a church somewhere in the world so that they can kill those who are not Islamic, likely THEN the left would awaken.

Well, if so, then the alarm clock is ringing because the above-mentioned scenario is not happening in another nation, but it is happening right here in America! In Florida, in a mosque as the left cries for churches to be gun free zones, CAIR-Florida Regional Operations Director Nezar Hamze has been very busy taking his gun teachings to the very people who are most likely to harm innocents.

The Society of Sarasota and Bradenton not only is anti-American (which is vile, but legal) but they support suicide bombers and their families. All of this must mean the gun training at the local Baptist Church is allowable too, right Democrats?

True Constitutionalists do not have a problem with gun ownership being displayed anywhere since violence and a need to defend may arise anywhere, but when a group like CAIR (Center for American/Islamic Relations) Florida is been found to have supported outright Palestinian terrorism, questions need to be asked. HAMAS has murdered far more innocents in cold blood than any fanatic “on the right” who is always the target on the left, yet CAIR has brought HAMAS to downtown Miami in a nauseous show of support for a hate filled rally.

After the rally the leader Sofian Zakkout wrote, “Thank God, every day we conquer the American Jews like our conquests over the Jews of Israel!” When one looks at how Hamas defeats Jews it is seen that they don’t mean at the ballot box, but with the knife, the bomb, and the death of children. The N.R.A who the left detests never says such things after a rally.

The most sickening part is the Democrats keeps imploring voters to “be inclusive” and to elect people who are of differing faiths just to show how “inclusive” we all are. In this case, the voters did by electing a Muslim who is now going into mosques, teaching the use of guns to those who did not even seek the knowledge, and who is using his post as deputy sheriff to teach those in the congregation how to legally hide from law enforcement. It is perfectly legal to own guns and to avoid law enforcement detection.

It is perfectly legal to own guns and avoid law enforcement detection, that is not the point. The point is that we have a CAIR leader, with proven ties to terrorist groups, using his post with law enforcement to purposefully teach ways to a selection of people who are most likely to harm others due to their terrorist ties as well, and no one seems worried.

There are virtually no newspapers, magazines, talking heads, or even bloggers in their basements talking about Nezar Hamze at all.  Instead, CAIR is out trying to sue the government for stopping travel for 120 measly days and stopping travel from nations that even Democrat leftist Obama had deemed as terrorist supporting nations. CAIR want the terrorists here.

In the early 2000’s the group had been tied to Arafat and those that supported terror through him, even leading to arrests for giving material support to Al-Qaeda during a time that the United States was at its deepest with the war on terror. How many roadside bombs blew off our troop’s legs, how many lives were snuffed out by sniper fire, and how many innocents in even Muslim lands were raped or hurt because of this support? It must be understood that by funding Al-Qaeda, they were not just funding a differing point of view, but they were funding groups that were dead set on killing other Muslims, too.

The ties to this group and the terrible things that they do go all the way back at least to the mid to late 1990’s. It is not outside of the realms of reason to deduce that these may have been some of the people who danced merrily as the towers fell and crushed 3000 people to death, Muslims included. CAIR never cares very much for the families of those slain by terrorists but only for the families of the terrorist who killed and maimed for Allah. They never care about the wounded who fight the butchers who have ruined the Middle East but instead have chosen to call such terrorists “heroes” who died bravely for their cause.

Their cause then is to turn the whole world Islamic and under the iron fist of sharia law. Oh, they may claim to be just “on of us” with a different religion and worldview, but this is not true in any fashion. The Koran openly says that forced coercion is to be used to make someone either convert or die. The Koran says to use every weapon against those that refuse to allow Islamic ways to rule without question. The Koran even says that it is allowable to lie and deceive one’s enemies to reach this goal. That means lying to get into office under the guise of acceptance and lying to get a gun into a church under the guise of law enforcement and safety.

Now that America is politically correct to the point of suicide, each new accepted norm from Islam is like a game of Russian roulette with a lot more than one bullet in the chambers. The people pulling the trigger for us believe differently which is more than tolerable except for the grisly fact that “differently” means “against” in this instance. Radical Islam does not want to coexist, they do not want peace, and they do not want to get along with anyone. They want to march in the streets about how they hate freedom, America, and any non -radical persons.

They also want to teach likely shooters how to kill others from their pulpit.


WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO – The Trump administration wants to revamp and rename a US government program designed to counter all violent ideologies so that it focuses solely on Islamist extremism, five people briefed on the matter told Reuters.

The program, “Countering Violent Extremism,” or CVE, would be changed to “Countering Islamic Extremism” or “Countering Radical Islamic Extremism,” the sources said, and would no longer target groups such as white supremacists who have also carried out bombings and shootings in the United States.

Such a change would reflect Trump’s election campaign rhetoric and criticism of former President Barack Obama for being weak in the fight against Islamic State and for refusing to use the phrase “radical Islam” in describing it. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for attacks on civilians in several countries.

The CVE program aims to deter groups or potential lone attackers through community partnerships and educational programs or counter-messaging campaigns in cooperation with companies such as Google and Facebook.

Some proponents of the program fear that rebranding it could make it more difficult for the government to work with Muslims already hesitant to trust the new administration, particularly after Trump issued an executive order last Friday temporarily blocking travel to the United States from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

Still, the CVE program, which focuses on US residents and is separate from a military effort to fight extremism online, has been criticized even by some supporters as ineffective.

A source who has worked closely with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on the program said Trump transition team members first met with a CVE task force in December and floated the idea of changing the name and focus.

In a meeting last Thursday attended by senior staff for DHS Secretary John Kelly, government employees were asked to defend why they chose certain community organizations as recipients of CVE program grants, said the source, who requested anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the discussions.

Although CVE funding has been appropriated by Congress and the grant recipients were notified in the final days of the Obama administration, the money still may not go out the door, the source said, adding that Kelly is reviewing the matter.

The department declined comment. The White House did not respond to a request for comment.

Some Republicans in Congress have long assailed the program as politically correct and ineffective, asserting that singling out and using the term “radical Islam” as the trigger for many violent attacks would help focus deterrence efforts.

Others counter that branding the problem as “radical Islam” would only serve to alienate more than three million Americans who practice Islam peacefully.

Many community groups, meanwhile, had already been cautious about the program, partly over concerns that it could double as a surveillance tool for law enforcement.

Hoda Hawa, director of policy for the Muslim Public Affairs Council, said she was told last week by people within DHS that there was a push to refocus the CVE effort from tackling all violent ideology to only Islamist extremism.

“That is concerning for us because they are targeting a faith group and casting it under a net of suspicion,” she said.

Another source familiar with the matter was told last week by a DHS official that a name change would take place. Three other sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said such plans had been discussed but were unable to attest whether they had been finalized.

The Obama administration sought to foster relationships with community groups to engage them in the counterterrorism effort. In 2016, Congress appropriated $10 million in grants for CVE efforts and DHS awarded the first round of grants on Jan. 13, a week before Trump was inaugurated.

Among those approved were local governments, city police departments, universities and non-profit organizations. In addition to organizations dedicated to combating Islamic State’s recruitment in the United States, grants also went to Life After Hate, which rehabilitates former neo-Nazis and other domestic extremists.

Just in the past two years, authorities blamed radical and violent ideologies as the motives for a white supremacist’s shooting rampage inside a historic African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina and Islamist militants for shootings and bombings in California, Florida and New York.

One grant recipient, Leaders Advancing & Helping Communities, a Michigan-based group led by Lebanese-Americans, has declined a $500,000 DHS grant it had sought, according to an email the group sent that was seen by Reuters. A representative for the group confirmed the grant had been rejected but declined further comment.

“Given the current political climate and cause for concern, LAHC has chosen to decline the award,” said the email, which was sent last Thursday, a day before Trump issued his immigration order, which was condemned at home and abroad as discriminating against Muslims while the White House said it was to “to protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals.”


WASHINGTON – A new coalition of Muslim and Jewish leaders met on Wednesday in Washington to lobby government officials together “on issues of common concern” – a trip planned long before an executive order from US President Donald Trump targeting refugees and immigrants riled both communities.

The group, formed in November as the Muslim Jewish Advisory Council, convened its 36 members for a day of meetings with members of Congress and senior administration officials. Their top priority was spotlighting an increase in hate crimes nationwide against Muslims and Jews.

But their conversation with members of the Trump administration took a different direction than they had originally anticipated: members found themselves seeking reassurances that new leadership at the Justice Department was committed to longstanding practices combating religious and ethnic discrimination.

“It went very well,” Farooq Kathwari, president and CEO of Ethan Allen and co-chairman of the council, told The Jerusalem Post. “They said that their objective is to make sure people are treated fairly, and that they wouldn’t do anything based on religion. So it was promising.”

In an open letter to Congress, the council declared opposition to “any ban on refugee or other immigration to the United States based on religion,” specifically referring to the president’s January 27 executive order. The White House insists that the order does not amount to a Muslim ban, although its most fervent supporters and critics alike believe the measure is motivated by the president’s expressed desire to keep foreign- born Muslims out of the homeland.

The project has attracted esteemed figures from the Jewish community, including David Harris of the American Jewish Committee, former ambassador Stuart Eizenstat, Temple Emanu-El Rabbi Joshua Davidson and the Rabbinical Assembly’s Julie Schonfeld, Rep. Steve Israel and former senators Joe Lieberman and Norm Coleman.

“We’ve been discussing this for many, many months – challenges faced by both the Jewish and the Muslim communities in terms of hate crimes that are only increasing,” Kathwari said. “So we have to keep that in mind.

And we also felt that it was time to get the message across that we actually can work together.

“It just so happens that now, of course, the environment is such that this kind of discussion is all the more important,” Kathwari added.

In the evening, a reception was held in the Senate with the support of Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah and Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland. Several sitting congressmen, former senators and diplomats were in attendance.

“During World War II, it was the St. Louis that had Jewish families trying to escape Nazi Germany that arrived at our borders, not allowed to enter,” Cardin said at the “particularly timely” event.

“It’s particularly disturbing that today we are saying that there’s a different test for a Muslim coming to America.

That sends chilling signals for what this nation stands for.

“So we need to work together to reserve the values of America,” Cardin added.

“The Jewish community, the Muslim community – we have a lot in common. And we are both here in America to build a better nation, and a stronger nation.”

This photo of Jewish and Muslim kids protesting Trump’s immigrant ban has gone viral

This image of a Muslim girl and Jewish boy has been retweeted over 220,000 times. (Screenshot from Nuccio DiNuzzo/Twitter)

Thousands of demonstrators — including many Jews — flooding airports across the country this past weekend to protest President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries. The Internet has been saturated with images from the various protests.

But this photograph has perhaps resonated the most on social media.

The photo, taken by Chicago Tribune photographer Nuccio DiNuzzo, shows a Jewish boy wearing a kippah and a Muslim girl wearing a hijab holding protest signs while they both sit on their fathers’ shoulders at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. The Jewish boy’s father’s sign, like many other Jewish-themed signs seen at this weekend’s protests, references the Holocaust.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the photo has been liked over 220,000 times on Twitter and retweeted over 110,000 times.

It has also been shared on Facebook thousands of times, including by former San Francisco mayor and current California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom.


DiNuzzo identified the Muslim father and daughter as Fatih and Meryem Yildirim of Schaumburg, Illinois, and the Jewish father and son as Rabbi Jordan Bendat-Appell and Adin Bendat-Appell of Deerfield, Illinois. Rabbi Bendat-Appell is program director of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality and the Center for Jewish Mindfulness in Chicago.

Bendat-Appell explained to the Tribune that Adin’s maternal grandparents were Holocaust survivors who themselves spent time in refugee camps.

“Our tradition is not ambiguous about remembering our history for the sake of acting out in this world today,” he said.