CHARLIE ON THE STREETS OF JERUSALEM

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From cartoons to reality

From cartoons to reality

Is the above what the Moldavian fascist wants to see on the streets of Jerusalem?

Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman called on party activists Sunday to buy “thousands” of copies of the controversial “Mohammed edition” of the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine, which they will then distribute to Israelis on a mass basis.

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Liberman: Threats Won’t Stop Hebdo Distribution

Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman on Sunday called on party activists to buy, and distribute, the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine.

Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman called on party activists Sunday to buy “thousands” of copies of the controversial “Mohammed edition” of theCharlie Hebdo satirical magazine, which they will then distribute to Israelis on a mass basis.

Liberman called for the mass purchase after bookseller Steimatzky decided to cancel an in-store event celebrating the sale of the issues on Monday.

“We will not allow Israel to be turned in to an ISIS-style fundamentalist state,” said Liberman, before embarking on a state visit to Russia and China.

“Warnings by Arab MKs that the state would be ‘responsible’ for the results of the sale of the magazine by Steimatzky constitutes the crossing of a red line by the Israeli Arab leadership.”

Liberman was referring to a letter sent to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu by Masud Ghnaim, the head of the United Arab List, who called the proposed sale by Steimatzky “dangerous and stupid.”

The feelings of Muslims would be badly hurt, he said, and “no one can predict what will happen” as a result.

Israeli book chain Steimatzky dropped plans for an in-store promotion of the Charlie Hebdo edition depicting the Prophet Mohammed in what Muslims consider an offensive manner.

Israel Radio said over the weekend that the chain had intended to hold a promotional event in a branch in the Tel Aviv area but later decided that orders for the issue – which has sparked sometimes deadly protests across the Muslim world – would now be taken only through its website.

In a statement, Steimatzky said that it believed in freedom of speech, and that it has been selling Charlie Hebdo for years and would continue to do so.

 

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4 Comments

  1. January 25, 2015 at 10:09

    Reblogged this on HAPLOGROUP – bit that makes us human..

  2. Bi said,

    January 25, 2015 at 11:36

    I think, that this Moldavian should be in prison.
    with all the corruption which was written in the past,
    and with all the Political corruption it is written in the present.

    In my opinion, the legal system leaves his status as a “lack of evidence for prosecution”, just because of the role he represents, with his blatant, for the lies of the government of Israel, in issue Iran and the Palestinian.

  3. jojo archers said,

    January 25, 2015 at 19:04

    Meaning of Hebdo; Hebrew can do. Obvious?

  4. tinthor said,

    January 31, 2015 at 23:03

    Reblogged this on Tinthor’s Blog and commented:
    Freedom of speech is a right for everyone. There is however one exception: a time ago, a editor of the satirical paper Charlie Hebdo was fired. Why? Because he had drawn a cartoon in wich he mocked not only an Islamic Imam but also a Jewish Rabbi! For more, see: http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read9123 It will soon be clear why only Muslims and Christians are the victims of the poison of Charlie Hebdo, and never a Zionist Jew or Rabbi….Yes: freedom of speech is a right for everybody. But is it right to insult people for their religion?


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