Thursday, November 10, 2005

Eyewitness: Radical Islam fanning French riots


Rioting French Muslims' violence may "remind us of the
intifada," but anti-Semitism does not appear to be playing a key part in the
current riots, according to Yves Azeroual, editor of the Tribune Juive.

While admitting that the French government had refused to admit
anti-Semitic motivation behind attacks in 2000, "in the past two years, with the
new government, the situation has improved. Now there is an agreement
between the Interior Ministry and the Jewish community over the number and
nature of the attacks, and that number has definitely gone down."

Azeroual, who was in Aulnay-sous-Bois, Clichy and other sites
of recent rioting, said he wasn't surprised by the outbreak of violence, which
he said had been brewing for years but was fomented by a rise in radical Islam
in France. Full
article here


While azeroual does admit the riots are fueled by radical islam, He denies the most important factor. To say anti semitism is not a key factor is pure insanity. What does a agreement with the interior mionistry have to do with the supposed decline in anti semitism ?
Frankly i do not care if the attacks are terror or anti semitec or a combination of both.
As long as jews are being attacked france has a problem, Which for the most part they dont really care about.

I got this in a email:

Friends:
The following reality situation in France raises serious concerns
for us all.

When I think of ways to meet the crisis, I can only identify
2: active advocacy and economic sanction. Would you write to Chriac, French PM,
and note that your planned trip to France is being cancelled until France begins
to educate its population to the dangers of hate, protect its Jewish citizens
and use the law to countenance no act of terror against its residents.


Why anyone would want to go to france to begin with is beyond me, Come visit israel instead.

Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2005 21:32:59 -0400I AM A JEW -- therefore I am forwarding this
to everyone on all my e-mail lists...I will not sit back and do nothing." Frane
Grossman

Nowhere have the flames ofanti-Semitism burned more furiously
than in France: In Lyon, a car was rammed into a synagogue and set on fire. In
Montpellier, the Jewish religious center was firebombed; so were synagogues in
Strasbourg and Marseilles; so was a Jewish school in Creteil.

A Jewish
sports club in Toulouse was attacked with Molotov cocktails, and on the statue
of Alfred Dreyfus in Paris, the words "Dirty Jew" were painted.

In
Bondy, 15 men beat up members of a Jewish football team with sticks and metal
bars. The bus that takes Jewish children to school in Aubervilliers has been
attacked three times in the last 14 months.

According to the police,
metropolitan Paris has seen 10 to 12 anti-Jewish incidents per day since Easter.
Walls in Jewish neighborhoods have been defaced with slogans proclaiming "Jews
to the gas chambers" and "Death to the Jews."

The weekly journal Le
Nouvel Observateur published an appalling libel: It said Israeli soldiers rape
Palestinian women, so that their relatives will kill them to preserve "family
honor."

The French ambassador to Great Britain was not sacked -- and did
not apologize -- when it was learned that he had told guests at a London dinner
that the world'stroubles were the fault of "...that shitty little country,
Israel."

"At the start of the 21st century," writesPierre-Andre
Taguieff, a well-known social scientist, in a new book, "we are discovering that
Jews are once again select targets of violence. . . Hatred of the Jews has
returned to France." But of course, it never left. Not France; not Europe.

Anti-Semitism, the oldest bigotry known to man, has been a part of
European society since time immemorial. In the aftermath of the Holocaust, open
Jew-hatredbecame unfashionable; but fashions change, and Europe is reverting to
type. To be sure, some Europeans are shocked by the re-emergence of Jew-hatred
all over their continent. But the more common reaction has been
complacency.

"Stop saying that
there is anti-Semitism in France," President Jacques Chirac scolded a Jewish
editor in January. "There is no anti-Semitism in France."


French Anti-Semitism: "Finally and long overdue, your people,
oppressed and disgraced by hatred and maliciousness, have achieved justice: now
you enjoy full citizen's rights, but you'll remain Jewsnonetheless." Franz
Grillparzer (1791-1872), Austrian author.

A gunman opened fire on a
kosher butcher's shop (and, of course, the butcher) in Toulouse, France; a
Jewish couple in their 20s were beaten up by five men inVilleurbanne, France.
The woman was pregnant; a Jewish school was broken into and vandalized in
Sarcelles, France. This was in the past week.

According to the
Anti-Defamation League, from September 9, 2000, at the start of the intifada,
through November 20, 2001, there were some 330 acts of anti-Semitism just in and
around Paris. In addition to literally scores of firebombing of synagogues, just
before Rosh Hashanah, 200 Arabs attacked Jews on the Champs Elysees. The pace
has only picked up since then:

In December, a French cinema in Paris
refused to allow a Hanukah showing of Harry Potter to 800 Jewish children
because of French-Palestinian threats (the threats were confirmed by French
police who then went on to do nothing, not even giving details). It was one
incident in an eventful month when synagogues continued to be firebombed and a
Jewish kindergarten was vandalized with anti-Semitic graffiti and set ablaze.

We can understand anti-Semitism among the French people. There is
nothing the French love like their traditions and, on the question of hating
Jews, they certainly have tradition galore. What, however, can explain the
sometimes muted, sometimes defensively outraged reaction of French officials?

Simple. There are approximately 5,000,000 to 6,000,000 Muslims presently
living in France and many more arrive daily. There are only a bout 600,000 Jews
still living in France. Moreover, France is the number one European exporter to
Iraq, totaling over two billion dollars per year in exports since 2000. To those
who are at a loss to explain why French elected officials seem "helpless" to
stem the tide of anti-Semitism, I say that something smells awfully Vichy around
here. So I call on you, whether you are a fellow Jew, a friend, or merely a
person with the capacity and desire to distinguish decency from depravity, to
do, at least, these three simple things:

First, care enough to stay
informed. Don't ever let yourself become deluded into thinking that this is not
your fight.

Second, boycott France. Only the Arab countries are more
toxically anti-Semitic and, unlike them, France exports more than just oil and
hatred. So boycott their wines and their perfumes. Boycott their clothes and
their foodstuffs. Boycott their movies. Definitely boycott their shores. If we
are resolved we can exert amazing pressure and, whatever else we may know about
the French, we most certainly know that they are as a cobweb in a hurricane in
the face of well directed pressure.

Third, send this along to your
family, your friends, and your co-workers. Think of all of the people of good
conscience that you know and let them know that you and the people that you care
about need their help.
The number one best selling book in France is
"September 11: The Frightening Fraud," which argues that no plane ever hit the
Pentagon. Our only strength is the strength of our community and there can be no
community without communication. This is really scary stuff. Read it very
carefully and thoroughly. We cannot allow this to continue

Ok i will keep this short, First off chirac sounds just like shimon peres "It is a great mistake to learn from history. There is nothing to learn from history."(M'aariv interview, 1993)

I'm sick of people quoting the dogs at the ADL, The donkey's there are anti semites themselfs who labled kahane "racist" The ADL basically wants all jews to assimilate and stop being reminded they are jews. AND so i will say this, Anti semitism is good. G-d forbid killings or beatings. But spray paintings and curses are good. It reminds the lost jew who he really is AND FOR THE LOVE OF HASHEM GET THE F*** OUT OF FRANCE!!!!! Gee.........
You know our ancesstors gave up everything to move to israel, Some walked from yemen. Others walked from russia. And the land of milk and honey was a swamp infested wasteland...
And you golus jews.. You poor lost souls can get a free flight to israel with all your bags
A single person would get 3500$ ebsorption basket and up to 5000$ Financial aid.
What is your excuse ?? How can anyone be a patriotic frenchman ? Its spitting in the face of the land of israel and all those who sacraficed their lives so we could have a land here...

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