Former Canadian PM Stephen Harper: BDS movement brings anti-Semitism into the mainstream
Former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper addressed a virtual conference of the Christians United For Israel (CUFI) organization Sunday evening, accusing the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement of bringing anti-Semitism ‘into polite society’.
Anti-Semitism is on “the rise, often in the guise of opposition to the State of Israel,” said Harper.
“Never forget that. And never forget that that is what the BDS movement is all about. It is nothing more than taking the old hatred of anti-Semitism and translating it into acceptable language for use in polite society.”
“People who would never say that they hate and blame the Jews for their own failings and for all the problems of the world, instead declare their hatred for Israel and blame the Jewish state for all the problems of the world.”
Earlier today I appeared on Sky News, Australia to discuss the madness that is washing across all of our societies. https://t.co/5Sm0f6myIz
— Douglas Murray (@DouglasKMurray) June 28, 2020
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Maajid Nawaz accused online platforms of hypocrisy for banning people like Katie Hopkins, but ignoring hatred and anti-semitism from “black and brown” extremists like Louis Farrakhan.@MaajidNawazhttps://t.co/7yQvtZmwYi
— LBC (@LBC) June 28, 2020
The Americans Against Antisemitism organization on Sunday called on Fox Broadcasting Co. to immediately cancel the planned July 4 broadcast of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan which is scheduled to air on Fox Soul TV.
In a video posted to social media, the head of Americans Against Antisemitism Dov Hikind, said, “How is that possible? How can Fox permit something like this? We call on Fox TV, we call on Fox Soul: Do not permit this man of the Nation of Islam, an organization that is classified as a hate organization, do not permit this hater to appear on your station, on national television.”
Farrakhan has blamed Jews for the trans-Atlantic slave trade and American slavery, accused American Jews of being part of the “Synagogue of Satan”, compared Jews to termites, warned of the eventual annihilation of whites, claimed that white people were artificially created by a mad scientist and calling them only “potential humans”, accused “the Jews” of helping Adolf Hitler “get the Third Reich on the road”.
Two years ago, he called the Talmud “filthy, so filthy,” and “ugly”, while deriding Jews as “Satanic people”.
Last year Farrakhan led a chant of “Death to Israel, Death to America” during a visit to Tehran.
In another incident, Farrakhan denied having ever used hateful or bigoted rhetoric, but once again referenced “Satanic Jews”, even though he said he did not believe all Jews fell into this category.
.@AmericansAA calls upon @FOXTV to immediately cancel the planned JULY 4 broadcast of Dishonorable Minister of Hate @LouisFarrakhan on @foxsoultv@splcenter considers the Nation of Islam to be an extremist hate group. So why amplify this hateful voice?!#CancelFarrakhanNow! pic.twitter.com/FJo632h4cR
— Dov Hikind (@HikindDov) June 28, 2020
The Simon Wiesenthal Center has called on Fox Television to cancel its anticipated speech by US-based Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, it said in a statement.
The speech is expected to take place on July 4, in honor of American Independence Day.
The center called on Fox to cancel Farrakhan’s speech due to his long record of making inflammatory and antisemitic statements, including suggestions that Jews controlled the trans-Atlantic slave trade and calling Judaism a “gutter religion.”
Farrakhan has also engaged in promoting antisemitic conspiracy theories, such as Jewish and Israeli involvement in the September 11 terrorist attacks in the US.
deleted, but the List comes for all, @foxsoultv.
— Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) June 29, 2020
Agreed. Fox should not. Democrat members of the House should also stop meeting with him. https://t.co/DBaZm7c9R2
— Erielle Davidson (@politicalelle) June 29, 2020
Rapper Ice Cube told Jake Tapper to “watch” his “mouth” on Monday after the CNN host called Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan a “vile anti-LGBTQ anti-Semitic misogynist.”
“Farrakhan is a vile anti-LGBTQ anti-Semitic misogynist. Why is a Fox channel airing his propaganda?” tweeted Tapper, after it was announced that the Fox Soul network would be airing Farrakhan’s Message to America this week.
Tapper quickly drew the attention of Ice Cube, who told the CNN host, “Watch your mouth Jake.”
The rapper faced heavy criticism this month for sharing a number of Twitter posts which were perceived to be anti-Semitic.
“It is hard to give Ice Cube the benefit of the doubt given the fact that his anti-Semitic activities have extended beyond the realm of the internet,” wrote the Daily Beast’s Marlow Stern. “He’s an ardent supporter of Louis Farrakhan, one of the world’s most prominent anti-Semites, and, most troubling of all, the rapper and actor was accused in May 2015 of ordering his entourage to beat up a rabbi.”
Tapper, on the other hand, is a prominent critic of Farrakhan, and has called out former President Barack Obama and former Rep. Keith Ellison for associating with the Nation of Islam leader.
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) June 29, 2020
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The Health Ministry on Monday afternoon recorded 492 new COVID-19 cases in the previous 24 hours, as government ministers convened to decide whether to reintroduce virus restrictions.
According to the Health Ministry, another person has died from the virus, bringing the national toll since the start of the pandemic to 319. There were no immediate details on the latest fatality.
The number of overall cases climbed to 23,989 on Monday, of whom 17,114 have recovered. Of the 6,556 active cases, 46 were in serious condition, 24 on ventilators. Another 58 were in moderate condition and the rest were displaying mild symptoms or were asymptomatic.
The ministry said 10,138 tests were conducted on Sunday.
The virus cases were diagnosed in towns and cities across the country, with Jerusalem in the lead, with 100 new cases in the past three days, followed by Ashdod with 74. The ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak saw 60 new cases since the weekend, while Tel Aviv-Jaffa had 48.
The number of active virus cases has soared by over 4,000 since June 1, after the government reopened the economy and schools in May.
A program to carry out tens of thousands of serological tests aimed at determining the extent of the population’s exposure to the coronavirus began on Monday.
The Health Ministry, with the cooperation of the country’s health maintenance organizations, hopes to test some 70,000 people from 190 communities across the country.
Tens of thousands more will be tested later as part of the effort.
Tests will be performed on blood samples taken randomly from those who are anyway having blood tests done at health clinics. Samples will at first be taken from high-risk groups such as medical workers, the elderly and those with underlying health issues.
The tests can identify antibodies to the coronavirus, which can be present in the blood of those who caught the virus but did not develop any symptoms.
The antibody tests are seen as a key component in finding out who already had the disease in order to better understand its spread and shape policy ahead of a possible second outbreak.
A federal judge expressed concerns on Friday that New York governmental leaders violated the rights of residents to when it sought limited the number of individuals who could gather for prayer services during the coronavirus pandemic.
Judge Gary L. Sharpe of the US District Court, Northern District of New York issued a preliminary injunction against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, preventing them from enforcing any limitations on outside gatherings for religious services, even in the midst of COVID-19, which ran rampant in the state and especially affected Jewish communities early on.
In terms of indoor assembly, the judge said that houses of worship can have the same number people as imposed on other industries in Phase 2 of New York’s reopening plan, which means that in the five boroughs, houses of worship can now have up to 50 percent capacity. Previously, they were limited to 25 percent capacity.
The judge made clear, however, that parishioners will still need to observe social-distancing regulations set out by both the city and the state.
The lawsuit was brought on behalf of two Catholic priests and three Orthodox Jewish men. In court papers, the Jewish litigants noted that while they can be considered for a public prayer quorum of 10 men, counted towards a minyan, their families could not attend services.
An innovative antiseptic disinfectant, which was originally developed for the IDF to deal with biological warfare, has now been recruited to help India in its ongoing fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
The unique technology, developed by the Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR) in Ness Ziona and distributed by Israeli company Tera Novel, will be transferred to Indian hands while maintaining a confidentiality agreement as to the unique compound expected to aid in cardinal disinfection of airports, hospitals, the public transport system and more.
The new development has been found to disinfect surfaces from 100% of bacteria, viruses (including coronavirus), molds and fungi, and remains active for a long time after being sprayed in a manner which is safe for the public.
Distribution in India was made possible thanks to cooperation with Zhiva Innovations Biotech, one of the leading biotech distribution companies in the region, and is expected to help the continent deal with the pandemic that has already infected about half a million citizens in the country and doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
Prior to signing the cooperation agreement with India, the technology went through successful trials conducted in 54 mikvahs across Bnei Brak, as well as Menorah Mivtahim Arena, Bloomfield Stadium and other sites.
The disinfection process was done in collaboration with Tera Novel, which has exclusive marketing rights on a variety of IIBR’s products, including WT Steril, which was developed for the military to be used against biological warfare, providing a full disinfection of wet surfaces and places.
Plaid Cymru has now become implicated in the scandal around Labour’s Rebecca Long-Bailey, who shared an article containing an antisemitic trope, as the Welsh party’s former leader and one of its local councillors come to Ms Long-Bailey’s defence.
Ms Long-Bailey was sacked for sharing an article in which the actress Maxine Peake claimed that Israel was to blame for the racist killing of George Floyd, an antisemitic trope. Ms Peake is reported in The Independent to have said: “The tactics used by the police in America, kneeling on George Floyd’s neck, that was learnt from seminars with Israeli secret services.”
Ms Wood, the former Plaid Cymru leader, asked: “If criticism of Israel’s government is antisemitism, is criticism of the Saudi Arabian regime Islamophobia / racism? Need to be clear on this, as I am a critic of the leadership of both of these countries & want to be neither antisemitic nor Islaphophobic [sic].” She then tweeted an Amnesty USA article that several far-left outriders have suggested evidences the conspiracy theory that Israel is linked to the death of Mr Floyd, even though the article itself makes no such claim and Amnesty International released a statement explicitly denying any linkage between Israel the death of Mr Floyd. As we have explained, the claim of a linkage between Israel and Mr Floyd’s death have nothing to do with Israeli policy.
Ms Wood posted further tweets linking to the Amnesty International statement and a Twitter thread that helped to explain why the link is antisemitic. But she did not apologise, instead only expressing gratitude for the “context”.
Meanwhile, Steve Collings, a Plaid Cymru local councillor in Gwynedd, which is the only local authority in the country controlled by Plaid Cymru, also came to Ms Long-Bailey’s defence.
In an extended Facebook post, Mr Collings wrote: “Maxine Peake made the accusation that the Israeli apartheid state trained the US police to use the deadly tactics that were used to kill George Floyd. She said this as part of the wider point that racism is an international phenomenon which is not limited to one country or regime.” He described the evidence of such a claim as “circumstantial” and the efforts to show why the claim is antisemitic as a “counter-attack” that “focuses on proving whether or not that ‘exact’ tactic was ‘taught’, and if it wasn’t anyone drawing this connection outlined above is an antisemitic conspiracy theorist and hates Jews.”
He went on to draw an analogy equating Israel with ISIS and Hamas, two genocidal antisemitic terrorist organisations, and said that there is a double standard in how this has been reported versus how it would be reported if it involved a Muslim protagonist.
Jeremy Corbyn really does seem to have a problem with Jewish people, doesn’t he? https://t.co/es0bO2PV3k
— Ian Austin (@IanAustin1965) June 27, 2020
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) June 28, 2020
Autocratic Middle Eastern regimes, organizations, foundations, and affiliated private corporations have funneled billions of dollars of unreported funding to American universities in order to encourage the demonization of Israel and the Jewish people within the curriculum and on campus, ISGAP’s seven-year “Follow the Money” research project has found. Federal reporting requirements and procedures have been inadequate in keeping track of academic funding coming in from abroad. This includes more than $3 billion gifted by Qatar and the Gulf States that were not reported by universities to the IRS or the Department of Education.
These funds have a significant impact on attitudes, anti-Semitic culture, and BDS activities. Our research found a direct correlation between the funding of universities by Qatar and the Gulf States and the active presence at those universities of groups such as Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), which foster an anti-Semitic and aggressive atmosphere on campus.
Mae Elise Cannon, the executive director of Churches for Middle East Peace, has recently written a book titled Beyond Hashtag Activism: Comprehensive Justice in a Complicated Age. The book is published by InterVarsity Press, which describes itself as “the book publishing division of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA, a movement of students and faculty active on campus at hundreds of universities, colleges and schools of nursing in the United States of America.”
Unfortunately, Cannon’s book promotes two Muslim organizations, one of which has ties to Palestinian terrorism and another of which has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist organization that has promoted Islamic extremism and anti-Israel bias throughout the world including the United States.
The text also obscures the supersessionist hostility of Naim Ateek, one of the founding fathers of Palestinian Christian Liberation Theology (PCLT).
Palestinian Christian Liberation Theology
Cannon’s effort to obscure Ateek’s replacement theology is found on page 229, where she instructs her readers about concerns people have raised about PCLT.
To establish her bona fides on the threat of replacement theology, Cannon cites The Misunderstood Jew: The Church and the Scandal of the Jewish Jesus (Harper San Francisco, 2006) by scholar Amy-Jill Levine.
In her book, Levine expresses concerns about the writings of Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek, an Anglican Priest in Jerusalem who has, on repeated occasions, used anti-Judaic passages from the New Testament to portray Israel as a cosmological affront to God’s purposes in the Middle East.
— Eye On Antisemitism (@AntisemitismEye) June 29, 2020
Host Michel Martin immediately continued on to the next topic, failing to clarify for listeners that the cities Tamimi mischaracterized as Palestinian are in Israel, not within Palestinian-controlled territories, and not in the West Bank. ndeed, Nazareth, Haifa and Acre, all lie within Israel’s pre-1967 armistice line (the Green Line).
(As for the notion that Palestinian voices are “not normally heard,” NPR’s coverage itself belies this tired canard. This year alone, NPR listeners heard from nearly two dozen different Palestinians. In addition to politicians like President Mahmoud Abbas, Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh, former diplomat Maen Areikat, PLO executive committee member Hanan Ashrawi, Palestinian Authority official Sabri Saidam and Naser El-Atari, mayor of Atara, the voices of private Palestinians heard on NPR this year include television critic Yousef Shayeb, cancer patient Souad Abdel Hadi, columnist Dalal Iriqat, east Jerusalem resident Ranad al-Hallah (mother of Iyad, the autistic Palestinian killed by an Israeli policeman), protester Hala Marshood, Wavel refugee camp resident Harbeye Bakrawi, peace activist Nidal Foqahar, comedian/writer Amer Zahr, psychiatrist Samah Jabr, peace activist Bassam Aramin and activist Aras Abu Srour.)
A stated “Guiding Principle” at NPR is that content “must attain the highest quality and strengthen our credibility. We take pride in our craft. Our journalism is as accurate, fair and complete as possible.”
“All the food and hospitality that a recipe book celebrates must be served in the case of Palestine against a very sobering backdrop. We want this backdrop to be properly painted. Things cannot be changed until they are fully seen,” opined Martin in the broadcast.
But a “properly painted” backdrop would not misrepresent Israeli cities as located within “Palestine.” “Journalism is a daily process of painting an ever truer picture of the world,” read the NPR standards of journalism. That starts with broadcasting a correction about the region’s basic geography, key information that should be at least as important as the flavor of musakhan, the crispy chicken that chef Tamimi believes should be the Palestinian national dish.
Stay tuned for an update.
CAMERA’s Israel office last week prompted improvement of a Jewish Telegraphic Agency article which had whitewashed Glenn Greenwald’s antisemitic rhetoric, stating only that he “has openly criticized Israel and its political leadership” (“New York Times hires opinion editor from The Intercept, a news site that’s harshly critical of Israel“).
Greenwald, founder of The Intercept, has not merely “criticized Israel and its political leadership” – he has also repeatedly engaged in age-old antisemitic charges against American Jewry. For instance, he leveled the dual loyalty charge against American Jews, smearing them as “Israel-firsters.”
He has written:
“Meanwhile, one of the many Israel-Firsters in the U.S. Congress — Rep. Anthony Weiner, last seen lambasting President Obama for daring to publicly mention a difference between the U.S. and Israel — today not only defended Israel’s attack (obviously) but also, revealingly, pronounced: ”Even if we are the only country on earth that sees the facts here, the United States should stand up for Israel.” In other words: who cares how isolated it makes us or what harm we suffer?”
American Jewish groups were again his target when he wrote:
It is simply true that there are large and extremely influential Jewish donor groups which are agitating for a U.S. war against Iran, and that is the case because those groups are devoted to promoting Israel’s interests…
Included in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s working definition of antisemitism is: “Accusing Jewish citizens of being more loyal to Israel, or to the alleged priorities of Jews worldwide, than to the interests of their own nations.”
A suspected cyberattack disrupted a live virtual gala held by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, making it impossible to view for most of the 13,000 people worldwide who had registered.
The Sunday afternoon attack on the fundraiser, which was trying to help the orchestra overcome losses due to COVID-19, crashed the websites of the orchestra and its gala partner, Medici.TV.
Shortly after the attack, the orchestra was able to share a replay of the event on its YouTube channel. The full gala was later posted to YouTube.
Oscar winner Helen Mirren hosted a program that included short performances by the orchestra’s new conductor, Lahav Shani, and its musicians, as well as friends of the orchestra including Pinchas Zukerman and Amanda Forsyth, Yefim Bronfman, Itzhak Perlman, Evgeny Kissin, András Schiff, Gil Shaham, Chen Reiss and Martin Frost.
“It seems that hackers were determined to silence our message and stamp out our voice, but they will not succeed,” said Danielle Ames Spivak, executive director of American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, which collaborated with the orchestra and the IPO Foundation on the event. “More than ever, we are determined to spread the Israel Philharmonic’s message of hope, peace, and beauty around the world.”
In the United States, applicants can become police officers in as little as 11 weeks, the requirement in Georgia. In Germany, the process takes at least 2 1/2 years and involves learning Holocaust history: For example, since 1984, all trainees in Berlin must visit the former Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
That’s from a New York Times report this week on how Germany reorganized its police force after World War II, and the pros and cons of following the country’s lead in the US, where debate about police reform has raged since an officer killed George Floyd in Minneapolis by kneeling on his neck.
In addition to decentralizing and “denazifying” the police, who were a crucial force in carrying out Hitler’s orders and murdered over a million people during the war, Germany sought to instill a new culture in its officers — demilitarization. Cadets must pass personality and intelligence tests before taking law, ethics and police history courses. They are taught to rarely draw their weapons. Minor things such as parking tickets are handled by unarmed officers.
Learning about the Holocaust plays a key role in the training. One officer interviewed said his entire graduating class watched “Schindler’s List” together in 1994. Through the federal police union, two trips to Israel, which include a visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial museum, are offered every year..
The public prosecutor’s office in Brussels announced on Monday that it was formally investigating a series of antisemitic insults and threats directed at Joël Rubinfeld — president of the Belgian League Against Antisemitism (LBCA).
One of the messages posted on Facebook Messenger told Rubinfeld: “I love the [gas] ovens and the Nazis, but not you.”
Another read, “Vive [Long Live] Monsieur Faurisson” — a reference to the late French Holocaust denier, Robert Faurisson, who continues to enjoy cult status in extremist circles.
The prosecutor’s decision follows a court filing last week by Christophe Goosens, the LBCA’s lawyer, alleging antisemitic harassment against Rubinfeld.
The flurry of messages was triggered by the LBCA’s ongoing campaign against the annual carnival in the Belgian city of Aalst, which prominently features crude antisemitic stereotypes.
At this year’s carnival in Aalst, one group used their float to mock Jews by wearing huge fur hats, long fake noses and ant costumes — bringing to mind the Nazi association of Jews with “vermin.”
Other revelers wore fake hooked noses while carrying signs reading, “Do not mock Jews,” and, “Do not tell the truth about Jews.”
UPS, the global delivery firm, has fired a deliveryman who described a customer’s change jar as a “Jew pot”.
The incident took place last week in Essex, when the deliveryman arrived at the home of a Jewish family. The victim answered the door and offered payment with her credit card but was declined because the deliveryman did not have a card reader.
The victim returned to the door with a clear plastic container of cash which she kept for such purposes. The deliveryman reportedly leaned in and said “Here we go”, then noticed the jar and asked, “Is that your Jew pot?”
It is a common antisemitic trope that Jews are miserly and hoard money.
The victim said nothing to the deliveryman but reported feeling vulnerable and scared, and reported the matter to the police. It was unclear whether the deliveryman had noticed the mezuzah on the door and therefore recognised the home as belonging to a Jewish family or believed he was making the antisemitic remark to a non-Jewish customer.
The police took the complaint seriously and reported it to UPS, and it is understood that UPS has now terminated the deliveryman’s employment.
Bayer AG, the German pharma giant, has signed a collaboration agreement to test out new drugs on human heart tissue 3D-printed by researchers at Tel Aviv University.
Ramot, the technology transfer arm of the university, said Sunday that researchers working in the lab of Prof. Tal Dvir will work with Bayer to test new medication for toxicity and efficacy using 3D-printed heart tissue and eventually whole human 3D-printed hearts, over a number of years.
Last April, Dvir’s lab unveiled the world’s first 3D-printed heart with human tissue and vessels, calling it a major medical breakthrough.
The researchers estimate that it will be possible to print personalized organs and tissues within 10-15 years, thus eliminating the need for organ donations and the risk of transplant rejection, Ramot said in a statement on Sunday, announcing the collaboration with Bayer.
Tal Dvir, the head of the lab at Tel Aviv University that in April 3D-printed a heart, May 2, 2019 (Shoshanna Solomon/Times of Israel)
Until then, this innovative technology “has the potential to revolutionize” a different medical field, that of drug screening, Ramot said in the statement.
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and Iron Drone have announced that they will integrate Iron Drone’s interception capabilities with IAI’s Drone Guard anti-drone system. The drone will launch via a docking station that hosts several drones ready to address simultaneous targets or attacks.
Currently, IAI uses ELTA Systems to develop and manufacture Drone Guard. The collaboration with Iron Drone is intended to help leverage some of their new technology and assist in the upgrade of the general protection system.
The use of drones has increased in recent years due to the adoption of their technology by crime and terrorist organizations. Since they fly low to the ground and are relatively small, drones can intercept or threaten dangerous gatherings, aircraft, or sensitive devices.
Drone Guard uses advanced radar technology that can detect drones as they enter Israeli airspace. Using sensors and computer vision, it can lock onto a target and neutralize the threat with no human intervention.
Israeli Tech Firm Develops New Anti-Drone System
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) June 28, 2020
Milton Glaser, the godfather of modern graphic design who passed away on his 91st birthday on Friday, didn’t talk about his Jewish identity very often.
But when he did, he made clear that his New York Jewish upbringing defined his artistic sensibility.
Born to Hungarian immigrant parents, the lifelong New Yorker grew up in the Bronx, surrounded mostly by “Jews from Eastern Europe, [who] were very left-wing — Marxists, Trotskyites,” he told Hadassah Magazine in 2009.
“[P]art of my ideas come more from my Jewish background than my American background,” he said in that interview, adding that a sense of “never quite feeling at home in any culture” shaped his aesthetic.
That turned out to be a positive: Glaser would go on to challenge almost every orthodoxy of modern design, changing the “vocabulary of American visual culture,” as his New York Times obituary put it.
“At a certain point we were accepted, and once that happens, everything becomes less interesting,” he said in a 1989 interview, referring to his group of early design firm collaborators.
Here are some of the Jewish images from Glaser’s legendary career.
Celebrate Israel Parade
The parade, which packs New York City’s Fifth Avenue every summer, is one of the largest annual showings of Jewish pride in the world. It began in 1965, when thousands of people lined up spontaneously to see the former Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, who was visiting the city. The parade’s branding was revamped in 2011, and Glaser contributed the red, white and blue logo.
A Close Look at the Ancient Megalithic Site ‘Rujm el-Hiri’
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