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Incidences Of Antisemitism Up Hundreds Of Percent Over This Time Last Year As Global Hatred Of The Jews Revealed Through Israel-Hamas War

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In the United States, Britain, France, Germany and South Africa, the pattern is clear: the number of antisemitic incidents has gone up since Oct. 7 by several hundred percent compared with the same period last year.

Just when it looked like the world was becoming all woke and inclusive, it only took the events of October 7th to reveal that the original persecuted people, the Jews, were just as much hated in 2023 as they were in 1933 Nazi Germany. The level of anger directed at Israel as they defend themselves against the greatest single-day slaughter of Jews since the Holocaust by Hamas, the new Nazis, is astounding and biblical.

Jerusalem remembered in the days of her affliction and of her miseries all her pleasant things that she had in the days of old, when her people fell into the hand of the enemy, and none did help her: the adversaries saw her, and did mock at her sabbaths.” Lamentations 1:7 (KJB)

Not only that, but terrorist threats against the U.S. reached “a whole other level” after the Hamas attack on Israel, FBI Director Christopher A. Wray told Congress on Tuesday, saying the big players in terrorism have all renewed calls to attack America and its interests. “The reality is that the terrorism threat has been elevated throughout 2023, but the ongoing war in the Middle East has raised the threat of attack on Americans to a whole other level,” Mr. Wray said.

And the march towards World War 3 remains very much alive.

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Open hatred of Jews surges globally, inflamed by Gaza war

FROM YAHOO! NEWS: In Los Angeles, a man screaming “kill Jews” attempts to break into a family’s home. In London, girls in a playground are told they are “stinking Jews” and should stay off the slide. In China, posts likening Jews to parasites, vampires or snakes proliferate on social media, attracting thousands of “likes”. These are examples of incidents of antisemitism, which have surged globally since the attack by Hamas gunmen on southern Israel on Oct. 7 and subsequent war on the Islamist group launched by Israel in the Gaza Strip.

“This is the scariest time to be Jewish since World War Two. We have had problems before, but things have never been this bad in my lifetime,” said Anthony Adler, 62, speaking outside a synagogue where he had gone to pray in Golders Green, a London neighbourhood with a large Jewish community.

Adler, who runs three Jewish schools, temporarily closed two of them after Oct. 7 because of fears of attacks on pupils, and has beefed up security at all three.

“The biggest fear is that there will be a random attack on our community, on our families and our children,” he said.

In countries where figures are available from police or civil society groups, including the United States, Britain, France, Germany and South Africa, the pattern is clear: the number of antisemitic incidents has gone up since Oct. 7 by several hundred percent compared with the same period last year. In the case of the antisemitic incidents, most consist of verbal abuse, online slurs or threats, graffiti, and defacing of Jewish properties, businesses or sites of religious significance. Physical assaults represent a significant proportion.

One common thread is that anger over the deaths of thousands of Palestinians as a result of Israel’s bombardment of Gaza is invoked as justification for verbal or physical aggression towards Jews in general, often accompanied by the use of slurs and tropes rooted in the long history of antisemitism.

“Whatever their opinion on the conflict, even if they are extremely critical of the Israeli government’s policy, Jew is for them equal to Israel, equal to killing Palestinian children,” said political scientist Nonna Mayer, a member of France’s CNCDH, an independent human rights commission. She was describing what was in the minds of those behind antisemitic incidents.

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The climate of fear is worse for many Jews than in previous rises in antisemitism linked to flare-ups of violence in the Middle East, partly because of the intensity of the Gaza conflict and partly because of the trauma of Oct. 7.

“The idea that Israel was the ultimate shelter, that idea is totally shattered by what happened on Oct. 7,” said Mayer.

The most chilling antisemitic incident globally was the storming of an airport in Russia’s Dagestan region on Sunday by an enraged crowd looking for Jews to harm after a flight arrived from Tel Aviv. Rabbi Alexander Boroda, president of Russia’s Federation of Jewish Communities, said in response that anti-Israeli sentiment had morphed into open aggression towards Russian Jews. Shneor Segal, the chief Ashkenazi rabbi of Azerbaijan, said the incident showed that “antisemites will use any excuse – the current Middle East crisis being just the latest – to terrorise the dwindling numbers of us that still remain” in the Caucasus.

“And where do they think they are chasing these Jews away to? The very country whose existence is such an abomination to them!” he said, referring to Israel.

But without reaching such extremes, a string of incidents all over the world show the fears and tensions affecting Jewish communities.

  • In Buenos Aires, pupils at a well-known Jewish school were asked not to wear their usual uniforms to be less easily identifiable, parents said. Other schools cancelled planned camping trips and activities outside their premises.
  • At Cornell University in upstate New York, security was increased around the Center for Jewish Living after online threats, including a call for it to be bombed.
  • In Johannesburg, pro-Palestinian protesters marched to an area with a large Jewish community on Saturday, tearing off pictures of Israeli hostages in Gaza from the perimeter walls of a community centre while a Shabbat service was being held at a nearby synagogue.

“I feel rage towards the people who are trying to curtail my freedom of religion and my freedom of movement, for the most part based on their antisemitism,” said Akiva Carr, who was in the synagogue when the incident took place.

Official responses to the surge in antisemitism has varied from country to country:

  • In the United States and Western Europe, authorities have mostly been quick to express strong support for Jewish communities, denounce antisemitism and in some cases reinforce security at relevant locations.
  • In Israel, the government said after the Dagestan incident that Israeli citizens should “review the necessity to travel abroad at this time” and urged Israelis residing abroad to be vigilant and stay away from demonstrations.
  • In China, where the government routinely censors words or phrases it considers sensitive on social media, there was no indication that it had taken any steps to curtail a torrent of antisemitic vitriol on social media. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said Chinese law prohibits the use of the internet to propagate extremism, ethnic hatred or discrimination. READ MORE

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Tucker Carlson Interviews Anti-Israel Pastor From ‘Christ At The Checkpoint’ Ministry In Palestinian Controlled Bethlehem That Promotes Antisemitism

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Tucker Carlson interviewed an anti-Israel pastor from the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Bethlehem, portraying his views as representative of Christians “in the region — in Gaza, the West Bank, and in Israel proper.”

Over the years, I have been very pro-Tucker, have agreed with him in the vast majority of instances and issues, even going to far as to brand him ‘The Last Truth Teller’ back in 2020. Well, he did not tell the truth in his latest interview with the pastor of a pro-Palestinian group called ‘Christ At The Checkpoint’ which hates the Jews and Israel. Tucker presented Isaac as a Christian who well represents the Christian position with regards to Israel, when in fact this Jew-hating “pastor” does no such thing. Shame on you, Tucker, shame on you.

And thou shalt become an astonishment, a proverb, and a byword, among all nations whither the LORD shall lead thee.” Deuteronomy 28:37 (KJB)

While we are on the subject, in recent weeks Tucker has becoming increasingly antisemitic himself, which is distressing to see. Israel right now is bracing for what all channels are saying will be a strong attack by Iranian forces and proxies, and the Jews need US aid and support like never before. Tucker, you said a few months ago you had started reading your bible for yourself, perhaps you missed the dozens and dozens of references where God calls the Jews His chosen people. If you want the biblical position held by Bible believing Christians about Israel and Jews, please feel free to book me as your next guest. I will be happy to do that. Am Yisrael Chai.

Tucker Carlson Interviews Anti-Israel and Antisemitic ‘Pastor’ from Palestinian-run Bethlehem

FROM BREITBART NEWS: Carlson interviewed Rev. Munther Isaac of Bethlehem for the latest episode of his show, Tucker Carlson Uncensored. Isaac is an activist who opposes evangelical Christian support for Israel and says Jews do not need Israel to feel safe. Isaac also recently posted about “76 years” of “suffering and pain” since Israel was created in 1948, suggesting he does not think Israel should exist. (Palestinians and several Arab states attacked Israel at its founding, and lost the war.)

Carlson did not provide any of this context, but merely presented Isaac as an authority on how Israel treats Christians.

Christians worship freely in Israel, and make up almost 2% of the population. (Jews are roughly 80%; most of the remainder are Muslim Arabs, along with Druze and other ethnic groups.) The Christian population of Israel is growing — one of the few places in the Middle East where that is true. Moreover, Christian Arabs are among the most successful groups in Israel in terms of economic achievement.

Isaac also criticized the Abraham Accords, a peace treaty between Israel and several Arab countries that has endured the war. His primary interest is not peace, but rather the advancement of the Palestinian struggle against Israel.

Carlson added his own commentary, criticizing “self-professed Christians” in the U.S. who are “sending money to oppress Christians” in the Palestinian territories. He added that some “evangelical leaders care much more about the highly secular government of Israel than they care about Christian communities in the Middle East.”

The pastor blamed “Zionism” — the belief that Jews have the right to self-determination in their spiritual homeland — for that.

Isaac also blamed U.S. support for Israel for the Hamas terror attack on October 7, and repeated dubious claims against the Israeli military, such that Israeli snipers killed two people in a church in Gaza (which the IDF rejects).

He also falsely claimed that people in Gaza are not able to obtain medical care, and cannot travel to hospitals in Israel. In fact, many Israelis, including some later attacked by Hamas on October 7, drove Palestinians to Israeli hospitals. Gaza had many hospitals prior to the war, and patients do travel to Israel to receive specialized care. It can be difficult to arrange, but it is a priority for Israeli physicians — or it was, at least, prior to the war. (Ironically, Hamas’s Gaza leader, Yahya Sinwar, was saved from cancer by Israeli doctors while serving tim in an Israeli prison.)

Carlson suggested that the U.S. cut off all aid to Israel if a single Christian was harmed by its military operations. He overlooked the fact that Bethlehem was a prosperous city with a flourishing Christian majority when it was under Israeli control following the 1967 war, until after the Palestinian Authority took control in 1995. READ MORE

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That Strange Pin That Actors At The Oscars Were Wearing Is Code For Startling Jew Hatred By Group Called ‘Artists4CeaseFire’ Who Support Hamas

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Hollywood actors put on a disgusting display of antisemitism at the Oscars by wearing that weird pin of the bloody red hand that literally means ‘kill the Jews’

The actors we’re talking about are hugely famous, Mark Ruffalo of ‘The Incredible Hulk’ fame and Billie Eilish who just won a record-setting pair of Oscars, and are very influential among their peers. They along with many of their fellow actors wore a strange red pin of a bloody hand with a black heart in the middle. What does it stand for, you ask? It refers to two IDF soldiers who were murdered by Palestinians, and one of their killers held up the bloody hand of the Jew they had just killed, showing it off as a trophy.

“For if thou altogether holdest thy peace at this time, then shall there enlargement and deliverance arise to the Jews from another place; but thou and thy father’s house shall be destroyed: and who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this?” Esther 4:14 (KJB)

Why type of demented psychopath would wear a pin commemorating the Palestinians who killed Jews? Only the Artists4CeaseFire who support the very same Palestinians who killed those Jews referenced on that pin. It would be like wearing a pin with an image of bones sticking out of an oven to show solidarity with the Nazis who threw them in there. Hollywood is a sick, sick place, and it’s stories like these that make me very happy I gave up my membership in the Screen Actors Guild. As for me and my house, we stand with the Jews, we stand with Israel, and we pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

You’ll be shocked at the true meaning of the red pin worn by Billie Eilish and Mark Ruffalo

FROM THE NY POST: The Hollywood left loves a good, old-fashioned Jew-lynching: Just ask Mark Ruffalo, Billie Eilish and Ava DuVernay. All those boldface names were among the stars sporting “bloody hand of resistance” pins at the Oscars.

The pins show a raised, red open palm and are marketed under the ultra-chic “Artists4CeaseFire” label.

But that symbol derives from an actual photo of a bloody hand:

Back in 2000, two Jewish IDF reservists mistakenly drove through Ramallah and were detained by Palestinian police — and then brutally murdered in their jail cell by a crowd of savage, blood-hungry thugs, one of whom showed his bloodied hand in a now-infamous photo.

That is, like so much of American “advocacy” for Palestinians, the pins are a wink-wink, nudge-nudge endorsement of violent terror against Jews. It’s no coincidence that these stars are hard leftoids: Institutional antisemitism is now part of the American left’s core DNA. READ MORE 

Billie Eilish, Finneas, Mark Ruffalo, Ava DuVernay, Ramy Youssef and Mahershala Ali were among the celebrities who wore red pins on their pricey garments Sunday night to show their support for Gaza in the deadly war, and to show their hatred of Israel. 

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Pro-Hamas Terror Group Targets Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center In New York City Shouting At Cancer Patients Through The Windows

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Thousands of anti-Israel protesters descended on Manhattan to demand a cease-fire in Gaza on Monday, with some even targeting a respected hospital for cancer patients over its alleged “complicity in genocide.”

The only thing that was missing from the recent anti-Israel and pro-Hamas demonstration in New York City the other day was the breaking out of the glass from the storefront windows, other than that, Adolf Hitler would have very much liked what he saw if he had a window in Hell to view it from. All in all, a perfect prelude for the coming time of Jacob’s trouble.

“Behold, I have refined thee, but not with silver; I have chosen thee in the furnace of affliction.” Isaiah 48:10 (KJB)

The people who hate the Jews so much that they could attack a cancer hospital, screaming at patients through the window, shows not so much a certain level of depravity as it does demon possession. Why does the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob allow it? He is giving everyone time to make their choices, pick their side, and settle in as the end times unfold.

Anti-Israel protesters target NYC cancer hospital for ‘complicity in genocide’ as terrified Jewish resident says ‘I thought I was in Germany in 1939’

FROM THE NY POST: The protesters shouted “Shame!” at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center while patients received treatment on the Upper East Side before targeting a Starbucks and a McDonald’s restaurant they reportedly accused of making “meals for genocide.”

“Make sure they hear you. They’re in the window,” an organizer said on a bullhorn outside Sloan Kettering, according to footage posted on social media.

Someone in the crowd beat a drum as scores chanted: “MSK shame on you, you support genocide, too.”

The demonstrators took time during the event, advertised as a “Flood Manhattan for Gaza MLK Day march for healthcare,” to berate those at the cancer center, which is also a pediatric hospital.

“What about refusing to acknowledge an attack on Palestinian people, and especially the healthcare system, shows any form of compassion or respect for health?” one speaker said, according to National Review.

“Shame, shame, shame,” other protesters shouted in response.

In a nearby scuffle, one protester was thrown to the pavement by multiple cops near Gracie Mansion as other Palestinian supporters swarmed the scene, according to footage of the arrest posted on social media. Cops ordered people to back off while protesters demanded their names, the footage shows.

During the march from Union Square to Grace Mansion, protesters also targeted Mt. Sinai Medical Center at 98th Street for “supporting Zionism” and “genocide.” Police had to block entrances at various buildings on the medical center campus, forcing patients and visitors to use a different door.

“Mount Sinai you can’t hide, you support genocide,” the protesters chanted.

Protesters once again called Israel a “racist state” and “charged” them with “genocide.” A few climbed atop the wall of Central Park at East 103rd Street and 5th Avenue and waved Palestinian flags.

One Jewish resident on the Upper East Side told The Post she was “terrified” after a pair of cops had to escort her and her small dog out of a chanting crowd near East 87th Street.

“I thought I was in Germany in 1939,” said the 74-year-old resident, who declined to give her name.

The woman was referring to the year Adolf Hitler invaded Poland, sparking World War II. Before 1939, his regime began arresting Jews and sending them to concentration camps.

“I’m astounded. I think it’s horrific,” she added.

When news spread that Iran launched a ballistic missile attack near the US Consulate in Iraq, some protesters cheered. READ MORE

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When you contribute to this fundraising effort, you are helping us to do what the Lord called us to do. The money you send in goes primarily to the overall daily operations of this site. When people ask for Bibles, we send them out at no charge. When people write in and say how much they would like gospel tracts but cannot afford them, we send them a box at no cost to them for either the tracts or the shipping, no matter where they are in the world. We have a Gospel Billboard program. We are now broadcasting Bible studies, Podcasts and a Sunday Service 5 times a week, thanks to your generous donations. All this is possible because YOU pray for us, YOU support us, and YOU give so we can continue growing.

But whatever you do, don’t do nothing. Time is short and we need your help right now. The Lord has given us an open door with a tremendous ‘course’ for us to fulfill that will create an excellent experience at the Judgement Seat of Christ. Please pray for our efforts, and if the Lord leads you to donate, be as generous as possible. The war is REAL, the battle HOT and the time is SHORTTO THE FIGHT!!!

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