The ‘Times’ of HItler in Europe Again: New Rise of Anti-Semitism

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 17:23 PM
October 22, 2013

Anti-Semitism-Full-Blown-Europe    For those who believe that this blog over-emphasizes pending realities of the near-coming World War III, a review other researchers’ comments on in-bred Anti-Semitism in Europe sheds further light, shocking even this researcher.

Writing for The Jewish Week, Gary Rosenblatt claims: “Anti-Semitism in Europe, often in the guise now of anti-Israel rhetoric and actions, has become too big a problem to ignore or rationalize away.

“And it is taking place on two levels: as official policy, and within societies where, according to recent polls, Israel is considered the most dangerous nation in the world, more of a threat to world peace even than Iran or North Korea.”

He posits that such anti-Jewish sentiment is actually behind the European Union’s decision to define Israel’s proper borders to pre-1967 levels, eliminating the West Bank, Golan Heights or East Jerusalem as viable economic factors.  National leaders in the 28 member Union approved of that decision.

To prove Rosenblatt’s point: first, one must remember that just as Israel won those three areas because they won a war which they did not start.  And second, most of the borders of those 28 member nations were decided exactly by wars.

In his piece, ‘Europe Reimports Jew Hatred,’ Daniel Schwammenthal traces modern-day feelings about Jews to Hitler and Hajj Amin al Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and leader of Palestine during World War II:  “Anti-Semitism . . . is not alien to Europe’s culture––to the contrary, the Continent once excelled at it and many still share the feeling.

“A Pew study from September shows 25% of Germans and 20% of French are still affected by this virus. In Spain, 46% have unfavorable views of Jews. Is there really no connection between this statistic and the fact that the Spanish media and government are among Europe’s most hostile toward the Jewish state?”

The 2009 study asks “Is it just a coincidence that Europe’s largest anti-Israel demonstration took place Sunday in Spain, with more than 100,000 protesters?”  Schwammenthal concludes that Muslims didn’t need to bring Jewish hatred to Europe, because it was already there.

Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld agrees with that premise.  In an interview about his recently released book, ‘Demonizing Israel peace-love-antisemitismand the Jews,’ Gerstenfeld claims . . . “that 150 million adults out of 400 million in the European Union believe that Israel is conducting a war of extermination against the Palestinians.”

Gerstenfeld used findings from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation’s 2011 report which indicates:  “In Italy, 38% of those interviewed agreed. In the Netherlands, the figure was close to 39%, in Hungary 41%, and in the U.K., 42%. The figure in Germany was 48%, Portugal 49%, while Poland was at 63%. These 7 countries account for about half of the E.U.’s population.”

That 28 nations with huge land-mass and human populations would extend such hatred toward relatively tiny and sparsely populated Israel accentuates the point this blog makes repeatedly––such hatred will end in WWW3 with European and Muslim nations together attacking Israel.

Bible inspired writing proves what these nations do not understand: God has a special relationship with Israel that they will never overcome: “And I heard the number of them which were sealed: and there were sealed an hundred and forty and four thousand of all the tribes of the children of Israel (Revelation 7: 4).”

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