Looks like zionist created anti-Semitism is ‘kosher’ in some circles …
Animated video titled ‘The Eternal Jew’ features a German named Herr Stürmer paying a hooked-nosed Jew for slanderous information about the IDF and Israel; Peace Now demands AG to open police investigation into video.
The final scene shows the Jew hanging from a tree with a warning that “Europeans may seem different to you, but to them … you are exactly the same.” Next are the logos of well-known dovish Israeli organizations, including the New Israel Fund, B’Tselem and Peace Now, sending the clear message that such organizations spread defamation against Israel for money paid by European anti-Semites.
Three reports dealing with this ….. click on links
Followed by an editorial in HaAretz
Right-wing leaders, stop cultivating anti-Left, anti-Arab propaganda
Settler group’s recent video framing leftists as Nazi collaborators suggests lessons of Rabin’s murder have yet to be internalized. The right must go beyond lip service against such voices.
The Samaria Settlers Committee, a body that benefits from public funds through the Samaria Regional Council, posted a video in which a master with a German accent who hides behind a broadsheet newspaper uses his Jewish servant to collect stories that blacken the reputations of Israel and the Israel Defense Forces. In exchange, the master tosses the servant euro coins, until the former no longer has any need for the Jew and sends him to his death.
The analogy is clear: Left-wing organizations, whose logos appear at the end of the video after the Jewish collaborator hangs himself, are helping Nazi Europe in exchange for money. The newspaper behind which the master hides bears a resemblance to Haaretz. The message is also clear: The fate of Nazis and their accomplices is known, and the image of the Jewish collaborator swinging on the rope conveys it literally.
Almost 20 years have passed since the murder of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, who appeared in right-wing posters dressed in a Nazi uniform, but it seems that the tragic results of the incitement against him have yet to be internalized. Along with the constant incitement against Arabs, the right-wing propagandists do not hesitate to portray leftists using the most inappropriate images human history has to offer as part of its campaign of fear-mongering and delegitimization.
Ideological differences are not only legitimate, but are desirable in a democratic regime. Passionate debate is an integral part of the political game and during an election campaign one can expect the arguments to get particularly heated. But incitement that marks certain organizations as moving targets, like the video by the Samaria Settlers Committee, exceeds the bounds of that debate and constitutes violence for its own sake.
Representatives of Meretz and Peace Now have asked Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein to launch an investigation into the video. But along with the legal route, it is appropriate to ask where the right-wing leaders are, both those who were silent in the days before the Rabin assassination and then came to eulogize him, and those who joined the leadership ranks in recent years.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu did the right thing when he criticized the clip on Sunday and said that he “objects to the comparison between Israeli groups and individuals and Nazi Germany.” However, almost in parallel his party posted a clip that insinuates that the left will allow Islamic State to gain control over Jerusalem.
Netanyahu and the other leaders of the right must recognize the enormity of the responsibility on their shoulders. Lip service will not prevent the disaster – only a real change in the tempestuous discourse that they are consistently and irresponsibly cultivating will do so.