Israel has been accused of everything from the 9/11 attacks on the United States, to forcing Hamas to execute civilians because the Zionists pay them to provide intelligence and to creating mental pressure on men to the point where they beat and even kill their wives.
’If you don’t believe the last item, check out last week’s London Guardian, which quoted a Palestinian Authority woman as saying, “Before the blockade, my husband used to make good money working in Israel. With the blockade, that all stopped. When he can’t find any work and we have nothing to eat, he blames me. He is a like a crazy animal. I stay quiet when he hits me. Afterwards, he cries and says, if he had a job, he wouldn’t beat me.”
For good measure, the Guardian added, “Many men became jobless overnight and it is women who have ended up bearing the brunt of their husbands’ frustration.”
Now comes a new one foe the Guinness Book of Records. The ISIS jihad terrorist organization in truth is an Israeli startup bred to give Islam a bad reputation.
Whether you are laughing or crying, it gets worse because the accusation comes from a Dutch government employee.
Yasmina Haifi, a project leader at the Dutch Justice Ministry’s National Cyber Security Center, made the assertion Wednesday on Twitter, the De Telegraaf daily reported.
“ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It’s part of a plan by Zionists who are deliberately trying to blacken Islam’s name,” wrote Haifi, who described herself on the social network LinkedIn as an activist for the Dutch Labor party.
She later removed her original message, explaining, “I realize the political sensitivity in connection with my work. That was not my intention.”
Two right-wing lawmakers have asked the ministry how a person with such views reached a prominent position within the ministry. The lawmakers, Joram van Klaveren and Louis Bontes of the VNL faction, asked whether the minister thought Haifi’s employment constituted a security risk.
Several pro-ISIS demonstrations in The Hague in July and earlier this month called for violence, and at least two demonstrators urged the killing of Jews.
When anti-ISIS demonstrators tried to march through the heavily-Muslim neighborhood of Schilderswijk on August 10 to express their disapproval, a crowd of approximately 200 men barricaded the neighborhood’s main street and staged an illegal counter-demonstration in support of ISIS.
When riot police tried to remove the obstacles, some of the local protesters hurled stones at them. Six people were arrested.
JTA contributed to this report.