AntiSemitism

May 30, 1948 Jewish Refugees from Egypt
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May 30, 1948 Jewish Refugees from Egypt

An additional 1,000 Jews were arrested throughout Egypt. Throughout June of 1948, frequent arrests of Jews took place without any excuse being offered. These arrests were reported in the Egyptian paper, el Abram. Source: The Arab Refugee Problem, How it Can Be Solved; Proposals—submitted to the General Assembly of the United Nation, December, 1951.

April 8, 1948 Intervew with Sheikh Ismail el Ansary
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April 8, 1948 Intervew with Sheikh Ismail el Ansary

Intervew with “I pray to Alla to destroy the Jews.   I pray to Allah to punish President Truman because he has been on the Zionist side.  I used to pray against President Roosevelt, a very bad man…May Balfour and Roosevelt take the first place in hell.  Allah, Allah, may this be done.” Source: The Holy […]

August 4, 1947 Economic Strictures Against Jews in Egypt
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August 4, 1947 Economic Strictures Against Jews in Egypt

Economic strictures against the Jews were initiated through the issuance of the so-called Company Law No. 138 of 1947.  The law was officially published on August 4, 1947 and provided that within three months 75 percent of the white collar workers, 90 percent of the laborers and 40 percent of the boards of directors of […]

August 1945 Antisemitism of General George Patton
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August 1945 Antisemitism of General George Patton

In Gen. George S. Patton’s handwritten journal, Patton, who oversaw the Displaced Person operations for the United States, seethed after reading Harrison’s findings, which he saw ― quite accurately ― as an attack on his own command. “Harrison and his ilk believe that the Displaced Person is a human being, which he is not, and […]

June 1944 The Palestine Deception of Great Britain
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June 1944 The Palestine Deception of Great Britain

The British War Cabinet’s Committee on Refugees declined to pursue a possible arrangement for the exodus of large numbers of Jews from Nazi Europe ‘PARTLY BECAUSE IT COULD LEAD TO AN OFFER TO UNLOAD AN EVEN GREATER NUMBER OF JEWS ON OUR HANDS.’ Source: Wyman, David. The Abandonment of the Jews. P 98-100; New York […]

April 1, 2002 British Antisemitism
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April 1, 2002 British Antisemitism

April 1, 2002 British Anti-Semitism Jenin “Naught for your comfort, There was no massacre in Jenin.  But let the joy be confined” By now it is a footnote, but Kofi Annan, the UN Secretary General, has at last published his report on last April’s battle at Jenin, the West Bank refugee camp where the Palestinians […]

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April 6, 2003 British Antisemitism – Amnesty International
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April 6, 2003 British Antisemitism – Amnesty International

April 6, 2003 British Anti-Semitism Amnesty International A spokesperson for Amnesty International told a gathering at the U.N. Human Rights Commission: “TO MY KNOWLEDGE, THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A PALESTINIAN MINOR INVOLVED IN A SUICIDE BOMBING.” Source: Bayefsky, Anne. Human Rights Groups Have Less Than Noble Agendas: Chicago Sun Times

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June 7, 1942 British Antisemitism
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June 7, 1942 British Antisemitism

At a debate in the House of Lords, Lord Moyne, who had left the colonial office at the end of February 1942, ARGUED THAT THE JEWS WERE NOT REALLY A ‘RACE’ AT ALL. ‘It is very often loosely said that the Jews are Semites,’ ‘but anthropologists tell us that, pure as they have kept their […]

July 1941 Pogroms in Poland
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July 1941 Pogroms in Poland

TREATY WITH POLAND SIGNED AT VERSAILLES IN 1919 “Take the July 1941 rampage in the eastern town of Jedwabne, where Poles unprompted but against the backdrop of Nazi occupation, slaughtered hundreds of their Jewish neighbors. Jan Cross, the Polish-born US historian who documented this crime in his book Neighbours, published in 2001, came under attack […]

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July 15 1938 Jewish Refugee Deception of President Franklin D. Roosevelt: 1933-1945
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July 15 1938 Jewish Refugee Deception of President Franklin D. Roosevelt: 1933-1945

Conference at Evian, France was convened at the initiative of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, to discuss the problem of Jewish refugees from Germany. For nine days, from July 6th to July 15th, delegates from thirty-two countries met at Évian-les-bains, France. The fact that the conference did not pass a resolution condemning the German treatment of […]