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In de week voor Pesach: antisemitische pamfletten en aanslagen op synagoges in Ukraine !


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When the anti-Jewish flyer story broke, I said that we could not be sure which side had distributed it, but it was certain that both sides brought Jew-hatred into the fight. I also said that emergency emigration of all Jews should begin at once.

The Jewish people suffered untold horrors In the Ukraine. Not one Jew should have stayed after a million of Jews were slaughtered in the country during WWII.

At 2 AM, Saturday morning, the Nikolayev synagogue in Ukraine was firebombed multiple times….Nikolayev has a community of 15,000 Jews.

And back in February, the Giymat Rosa Synagogue in Zaporizhia, southeast of Kiev, was firebombed for the first time.

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Ukraine has a problem with Jew hatred. Back in September, 2013 this synagogue underwent repair for a number of attacks of antisemitism:

The Jewish community of Nikolayev in southern Ukraine, the hometown of the late leader of Chabad, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, had  renovated and rededicated its century-old synagogue.

Hundreds of Jews attended the rededication ceremony earlier this month to celebrate the $100,000 renovation which gave the structure marble floors, Jerusalem-stone panels and air conditioning, the synagogue’s rabbi, Shalom Gotlieb, told JTA Wednesday.
The synagogue is located near monument honoring Schneerson, who was born in Nikolayev.

Gotlieb said the rededication came three weeks after unidentified individuals painted anti-Semitic symbols on the synagogue’s facade. In March, a swastika and neo-Nazi symbols were painted on the Schneerson monument.

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Sunday Express: ALL Jewish people should leave Ukraine at once, a Holocaust survivor warned last night, after “grotesque” anti-Semitic leaflets were handed out in the country.

“Jews have no place in Ukraine, because nothing has changed,” he said last night, “and as long as Jews remain there, nothing will change. They had no business staying in that country after the atrocities of 1939-1945.

“There is no point in staying there waiting for trouble, in the hope that the world Jewry can save them. Even Germany is doing everything it can to tackle anti-Semitism and is better than Ukraine. Jews in the Ukraine should leave.”

Jewish Press: The debate as to whether or not the flyer passed out to the Jewish community in Ukraine was an “official” document or not, and whether it was sent by the Russians or the Ukrainians, is abhorrent.

The fact is, someone deigned it appropriate to bring overt anti-Semitism into the fight between the Russians and Ukrainians, and that is all there is to it.

As JewishPress.com pointed out, it’s not going to stop at threatening letters. At 2 AM, Saturday morning, the Nikolayev synagogue in Ukraine was firebombed multiple times, as the anti-Semitism escalates.

The attack was caught on the shul’s CCTV system, and posted online by Yisroel Gotlieb, the son of the city’s Chief Rabbi Sholom Gotlieb.

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Zie ook:  http://www.sundayexpress.co.uk/news/world/471422/Jews-urged-to-flee-Ukraine-by-Holocaust-survivor

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One Response to In de week voor Pesach: antisemitische pamfletten en aanslagen op synagoges in Ukraine !

  1. Op 21 april 2014 @ 21:34 schreef Feike Dijkstra

    Beantwoorden

    Deze mensen zijn besmet met demonische krachten, anders doe je zoiets niet.

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