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Arab Islamic racism, intolerance, 2021 version

Reader comment on item: The Year the Arabs Discovered Palestine [Long version]
in response to reader comment: 100 years to '1920 POGROM' incited by (ex Mufti) al-Husseini, led by M. Aref

Submitted by Dianna (United States), May 13, 2021 at 04:58

Arab racism: Any Arab terrorist who seeks, chooses from the population to harm a Jew, from the riots of 1920 (as instigated by the Mufti al-Husseini, or his disciple Ahmad Shukieri who both have helped Hitler from 1941and in 1946 the latter justified the Holocaust; in November 30, 1962 has endorsed NeoNazi gang who guarded Eichmann and has tortured a Jewish teen carved on her swastika for revenge for killing Eichmann; was first PLO chairman in 1964) to this day, is a racist Arab and [mostly] out of Islamic intolerance.
Every mention of "nationalism" is white washing.

The gap -- between the Arab leadership that has not yet fully condemned the widespread Arab violence within Israel and the leadership in Israel, including the right wing (Ben Gvir and others) who strongly condemn non-Arab violence -- is screaming to the skies.

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Chief Rabbi Lau: The leaders of the Arab public did not respond to my request for calm

Chief Rabbi of Israel Rabbi David Lau: "The terrible violence on the streets of Israeli cities must stop. Yesterday I called on the leaders of the Arab public to act to calm the area, stop the violence and corruption, prevent the horrific images of Jews being attacked and synagogue damaged. Their mobilization to calm the winds.

"On the other hand, tonight in Bat Yam there was an unusual incident of violence. We call on the public to obey the security forces and not take the law into their own hands. Certainly not by violence against innocent people. This is not the way of the Torah.

"We are in very difficult days for the people of Israel and the task incumbent on us during these difficult hours is to let the security forces act and pray to the Master of the Worlds [God] for the success of the campaign and peace with Israel."

Date: 12/05/2021 | Updated: 12/05/2021 https://m.news1.co.il/Archive/001-D-440452-00.html

May 11, 2021
Amit Segal (@amit_segal) Tweeted:

Soon after noon, and none of the Arab Knesset members bothered to condemn the Israeli [Arab] Ku Klux Klan riots, synagogue burners and lynching enthusiasts who acted yesterday in dozens of centers around the country against Jews. The one who is capable of the maximum is to remain silent in the face of the pogromists from his community, does not seem to be a partner in any deal.
https://twitter.com/amit_segal/status/1392079886618091523?s=20
[https://amitsegal.co.il/]

Pray for his healing: Elad Barzilai was fatally wounded in a lynching in Acre

Srugim News - 13.05.21 | 09:13

Elad Barzilai, 38, from the city of Acre, is the Jew who was fatally wounded after Arab rioters lynched him and beat him with sticks and stones.
https://mobile.srugim.co.il/article/561575

Israeli Arabs Attempt to 'Lynch' Jew, Again; Jewish Leaders Condemn Reprisal Attacks

Joel B. Pollak

A mob of Arab citizens of Israel attempted to "lynch" a Jewish man in the mixed city of Acre on Wednesday, the latest incident of growing violence between Jews and Arabs in Israel itself after Palestinians fomented violence last week
May 12, 2021
https://thejewishvoice.com/2021/05/israeli-arabs-attempt-to-lynch-jew-again-jewish-leaders-condemn-reprisal-attacks/

Lod: A young Jew was stabbed near a market in the city

Report: A 34-year-old Jewish man was stabbed in the upper body near a market in Lod. A suspect escaped. The wounded man was evacuated to Assaf Harofeh Hospital in fair condition. Police forces are on the scene to clarify the circumstances of the incident.

Date: 13/05/2021 | Updated: 13/05/2021 https://m.news1.co.il/Archive/001-D-440488-00.html?AfterBan=1

Tamra: A Jew moderately injured by Arab violence

A Jewish man was attacked in Tamra by Arab rioters and moderately wounded. He was taken to Rambam Hospital. His vehicle burned.
Date: 13/05/2021 | Updated: 13/05/2021
https://m.news1.co.il/Archive/001-D-440464-00.html?AfterBan=1

Five residents of Rahat who were involved in anti-Jewish riots were arrested

During the activity of the Rahat police, three suspects, residents of Rahat, were arrested for throwing stones and burning tires on Road 264 / 7, the entrance to Rahat. As a continuation of the activity, two suspects, residents of Rahat, were arrested for throwing stones and burning tires on Road 310.

Date: 13/05/2021 | Updated: 13/05/2021
https://m.news1.co.il/Archive/001-D-440468-00.html?AfterBan=1

6:59 PM ยท May 12, 2021
Yair Kraus (@yair_kraus) Tweeted:
Near the attack of Elad Barzilai, another lynching attempt occurred tonight in #Acre. A Jew was attacked by an angry Arab mob near Chabad Square after he stumbled upon their demonstration and accidentally hit one of them with his vehicle. Later, they threw stones at the policemen who tried to fend them off and set the vehicle on fire. The driver of the vehicle and the civilian injured by the vehicle were evacuated for medical treatment. https://t.co/zCbZkh0UrH https://twitter.com/yair_kraus/status/1392615434768244736?s=20

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