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Ha’aretz Depicts Anti-Israel Groups as Representing America Jewry

Groups defined by Ha'aretz as "US Jewish Groups' are vicious anti-Jewish groups bent on destroying the tiny Jewish state.
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The uber-left Jew-hating Israeli newspaper Haaretz’s headline today reads: “U.S. Jewish groups call on synagogue to cancel anti-Muslim speaker.”

Wow, Haaretz implies that the anti-Israel groups and boycott-Israel groups “Jewish Voice for Peace,” “Jews for Racial and Economic Justice,” and “Jews Say No!” represent “US Jewish groups.” No, they represent anti-Jewish and anti-Israel groups.

These are vicious anti-Jewish groups bent on destroying the tiny Jewish state. The libel and lies by anti-Jewish Haaretz continue as they label me “anti-Muslim.” Haaretz is defaming and libeling those who expose Islamic Jew-hatred as “anti-Muslim.” Anti-Muslim — as if opposing jihad and the most brutal ideology on the face of the earth, the sharia, is “anti-Muslim.” Obviously Haaretz believes that all Muslims support sharia and jihad, or else they would not use that smear. Yet their assumption is in direct contradiction to the idea that most Muslims are “moderate.”

I am not anti-Muslim or anti-anyone, and this label smears my work in defense of the freedom of speech and equality of rights for all as a campaign against a group of people.

But what do you expect from the newspaper that endorses stone-throwing by “Palestinian” jihadists?

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About the Author: Pamela Geller is the President of AFDI (American Freedom Defense Initiative), publisher of AtlasShrugs.com and the author of The Post American President: The Obama Administration’s War on America and Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.


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12 Responses to “Ha’aretz Depicts Anti-Israel Groups as Representing America Jewry”

  1. Lincoln Shlensky says:

    Pamela Geller is a racist and an idiot. While it's not clear why anyone would listen to her in the first place, it is even less understandable why The Jewish Press would give her a podium for her noxious views. Probably this speaks more to JP's loss of intellectual credibility than it does to anything else.

  2. Pam keep telling the truth and any insult you get from Lincoln is a real compliment!

  3. Dena Gewanter says:

    Pam Gellar tells the truth, and is one of the most courageous women of our time; She is my hero! Keep up the good work, Pam! We need you to continue exposing the lies from the left wing media, who excuse the brazen violence of militant Islamists, while at the same time blame Israel and the Jewish people for all the ills in the world. It is as though the world has turned upside down!

  4. Dena Gewanter says:

    Check out "thereligionofpeace.com".

  5. Charlie Hall says:

    Why is a woman who allies with those who would ban shechita, who has publicly stated that kosher slaughter is inhumane, and who is an advocate of atheist hedonism, given a platform on an Orthodox Jewish internet site. I hate to say this, but in this case the crazy lefties who were trying to ban her from the synagogue were correct.

  6. Jacob Alperin-Sheriff says:

    Because hating Muslims is in the Torah and Ayn Rand was a great Rebbetzin?

  7. Serge Baruch says:

    Whatever Pamela is, she is 100% right in her assessment of the Haaraetz and the anti-Israel Jewish groups.
    “Jewish Voice for Peace,” “Jews for Racial and Economic Justice,” and “Jews Say No!” are all very good proof that Jews are G-d's chosen people: when the Almighty embarks on creation of Jewish morons, He does it with special gusto. Want to join in?

  8. Lincoln Shlensky says:

    Serge Baruch, your fatuousness barely conceals the panic with which you attribute theological stakes to any perspective that deviates from your own rigidly defensive one. You could make fundamentalists blush.

  9. Grace Acosta says:

    I had to LOL at the picture. Sorry to be the Grammar Police, but her spelling is "terroble"!

  10. Charlie Hall says:

    Pipes is worth reading. Even better is Prof. Bernard Lewis, still alive and occasionally writing at age 96.

  11. Charlie Hall says:

    " her courage and strength to fight about Islamic Jihad"

    She isn't fighting just Jihad, she is fighting all religion. She thinks kosher slaughter is immoral and has supported the people trying to ban it in Europe.

    " stand up for the truth"

    She does not state the truth; in particular she distorts Judaism's position on Islam, which is far more favorable than Judaism's position on Christianity.

  12. Orde Wingate says:

    Where did she say Kosher slaughter is immoral?

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