Raising another False Flag in honour of Israel’s ‘Independence’ Day …
Tomorrow the State of Israel will celebrate its 64th birthday. As in the past, tis the season to spread hatred and lies about Palestine, Palestinians and their struggle for nationhood and a just peace in the Middle East.
The zionists will spend Million$ to get their message across to you, using the platforms of every major campus in the country…. here is one of the vilest pieces of ziocrap in action…
…. with more lies culminating in the New York Times …
New York Times ad accuses BDS movement, college professors of inciting murder of Jewish children
Submitted by Ali Abunimah

In a sign of growing desperation among anti-Palestinian groups, a New York Times ad published today likens the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement to the Holocaust.

“The Holocaust began with boycotts of Jewish stores and ended with death camps,” begins the ad, placed by notorious anti-African American and Islamophobic agitator David Horowitz.

Citing the murder of three Jewish children and a rabbi in Toulouse, France earlier this year, the ad says, “it is time for supporters of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS) to ask themselves what they did to contribute to the atmosphere of hate that spawned these and other murders of Jews.”

Unsatisfied with blaming supporters of Palestinian rights in general of aiding and abetting murder, the ad names specific professors whom it holds responsible, and calls on them to be “publicly shamed and condemned for the crimes their hatred incites.”

The overwrought language in the advertisement is typical of Horowitz who has made a career out of such libelous accusations. It seems that no abuse or cheapening of the memory of Holocaust victims is too outrageous for anti-Palestinian crusaders such as Horowitz.


The New York Times does have “Advertising Acceptability Guidelines” which state:

The Times may decline to accept advertising that is misleading, inaccurate or fraudulent; that makes unfair competitive claims; or that fails to comply with its standards of decency and dignity.


In addition, an advertisement must sometimes be declined because of the applicability of laws dealing with such matters as libel, copyright and trademark, the right to privacy, the sale of securities, the sale of real estate and political advertising.

Some things do go too far for The Times. Last month the paper reportedly rejected an ad from Pamela Geller’s anti-Muslim hate group.

Apparently however, accusing specific individuals – effectively of responsibility for the murder of Jewish children in France – for supporting equal rights for Palestinians, does not cross any lines of deceny, dignity or accuracy for this newspaper of record.

Most, but not all, the names on the ad are of professors who have endorsed the US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel.

Horowitz: Black people should be grateful for slavery

As I wrote in last December, Horowitz has a record of the most vile racism and Islamophobia:

For those who have forgotten who Horowitz, the editor in chief and owner of FrontPage Magazine is, he has engaged in continuous campaigns against Muslims and African Americans. Ten years ago Horowitz notoriously ran ads in college newspapers across the country saying that black people should be grateful that their ancestors were slaves in America and in fact owed America a debt for slavery. The ads caused an outcry on campuses all over the United States.

More recently, Horowitz has defended Robert Spencer, another notorious bigot and inspiration for Norwegian mass killer Anders Breivik, as “a man of great courage and decency.”


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  1. Donna said,

    April 25, 2012 at 16:14

    Most genuine human rights folks here in the U.S. know that Horowitz is a frustrated self-serving fake who couldn’t make it in the civil rights
    movement so he found himself an outlet for his pent-up venom among
    Zionists. Hopefully, someone/something will burst his hot air bubble
    sooner than later.

  2. April 26, 2012 at 00:05


  3. runnymeadeuk said,

    April 26, 2012 at 00:51

    See this on my blog: http://bnafreedom.wordpress.com/2012/04/22/christians-in-palestine-cbs-news-report/

    Read hysterical anti-Arab reaction from: http://reformedpastor.wordpresss.com

    For your information.

  4. runnymeadeuk said,

    April 26, 2012 at 00:59

    I added one “S” too many to wordpress address above. Article is here: http://www.standfirminfaith.com/?/sf/page/28721 (Warning: Propaganda)

  5. Bill said,

    April 26, 2012 at 02:15

    One thing I like about Whatreallyhappened.com is that Mike Rivero will rewrite the title of an article to say Jews instead of Muslims or Israeli instead of Arab to show how racist a lot the stuff Jews or people on behalf of Jews say and where everyone would be crying foul if it were said by an Arab or Iranian. So when a Jew suggests stringing up and lynching Muslims and a bunch of like-minded Jews all start saying, “Yeah, yeah!”, how is this not any more cruel, inhumane, racist or bigoted than if a Nazi did it?

    This is the thing about Israel. If you point out how apartheid it is, Jews cry foul. But then they want to have settlements on top of Arab lands…and then say Arabs don’t exist, or Palestine doesn’t exist or whatever, to justify stealing others homes. And they want to build walls to turn others land to separate them (keep them apartheid) and then not call this apartheid either. They want to string up and lynch Muslims but would cry anti-semite who said we should kill all Jews every time they initiate an act of terror. And they want to say that when they commit terror, it is in self defense, but when others do it, it is because they are anti-semite, and you are an anti-semite if you don’t agree.

    For such a well-educated religious group, Zionists are dumb.

  6. April 26, 2012 at 22:55

    America should nationalize a ‘Hate Week” where pinheads could get together on their special day to hate as a group, so noone feels left out.
    We could all hate for peace. Peace through hate.

  7. April 27, 2012 at 10:58

    Horowitz – what a cretin of a man…

  8. April 30, 2012 at 11:11

    […] [];}Posted below is a response to the advert which appeared on the Pages of The New York Times (See THIS post) …. also see this hateful video to know what we are dealing with. Presented is a letter sent […]

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