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By Eve Mykytyn

Dr. Ali was dismissed from his job at the University of Essex for alleged anti Semitism. The charges stemmed from his opposition to a new campus society, a branch of the Zionist organization, the Union of Jewish Students (UJS) and from four of the many posts Dr Ali has made to Facebook over the last ten years. For more: SEE. Dr. Ali’s story makes plain that although the University claimed to dismiss him for anti Semitism, in fact he was dismissed for anti Zionism. The following interview with Dr Ali will be one of the first articles in which he will be able to tell his side of the story, which differs in important ways from the story told in the British press.

EM: Can you give us a brief bio, including where you grew up and your academic background?

MA: My family moved to London from the then newly independent country of Bangladesh in 1975 when I was seven,. We came as refugees, we had lost 22 members of our family including my elder brother who was murdered when he was barely thirteen. My father was a Professor of History and a Barrister (Lincoln’s Inn).

I grew up in the eastern suburbs of London and was educated at Chigwell School in Essex. I earned my PhD in Electronic Engineering at King’s College London. I have spent most of my career as a university lecturer in the UK.

EM: How did you get involved in the debate over the new Jewish society? Were you opposed to the formation of any Jewish group?

MA: At the University of Essex, student union members are invited by email to vote on any new student society, and a favorable vote by a majority is required for formation. Before a vote, the proposed society must clearly state its aims and objectives.

I read UJS’s manifesto and did not agree with their zealous promotion of Zionism and the state of Israel. That was my only concern. I was not voting against Jews, Judaism or their culture. When I was a student, I voted against the formation of political Islamic societies even though I am a Muslim.

The same concerns regarding the political Zionist basis of the UJS were raised by Student Union Committee Members, the University Amnesty Society, the University Palestinian Solidarity Group and 240 other students. I would like to stress that I did not and would not vote against the formation of a Jewish Society that was not politically Zionist.

EM: Did any of your students complain of anti-Semitism? Did the issue ever come up in one of your classes?

MA: I never discuss religion or politics in my lectures nor have the issues of Zionism or anti Semitism ever come up in any of my classes during my career. There has never been any complaint made against me by any student at the University or at any university at which I have taught.

Two former students, one a 50+ year old ex-British soldier, wrote a letter to Human Resources at the University defending me and stating that I was always inclusive, never discussed religion or politics and that I was an excellent lecturer. The other, a woman who is an ex- US marine who heard about my case, wrote to the Vice Chancellor directly. Neither letter was taken into consideration by the University.

EM: Why do you think you were singled out? Were there other opponents of the UJS?

MA: I made a comment on the University Palestinian Solidarity Facebook page that Zionists were trying to create a society at our University. Someone asked why I was against Jews. I replied that I was not against Jews, their religion or their culture. I was opposed to the Zionist ideology presented in the society’s manifesto. In my 10 years on Facebook, have never posted anything supporting the destruction of the state of Israel.

Obviously, I was singled out. The media falsely portrayed me as a ringleader of the 240 students who voted against the UJS. I did not urge these students to vote ‘no.’ I am a part-time Bangladeshi lecturer without powerful connections, and a bearded Muslim Asian – I was a useful scapegoat for their witch hunt.

The media failed to report that the vote was cancelled because of the 240 ‘no’ votes. After that, the UJS changed their manifesto and softened their wording regarding Israel and Zionism. They denied making this change, even though some students had screenshots of the two different manifestos.

I was asked to be part of a second vote, but I declined and did not vote. Part way thorough the second vote, the Vice Chancellor cancelled the election and created UJS as a “University” society. Later on, the Student Union revealed that ‘“some” of the 600 votes in favor of the UJS had been cast “externally” by non-students.

The University tribunal charged me based on the UJS’s second less political manifesto, to which I never objected nor even voted on. Despite my vehement objection the University failed to take notice that it was the first manifesto to which I and others objected.

EM: So all you did was post an objection to the UJS based on their first, more extreme manifesto and then vote against it?

MA: Yes

EM: What about the Facebook posts they claimed were anti Semitic?

MA: The tribunal considered six posts and dismissed two of them. Until the tribunal no one had ever complained about a post of mine and Facebook never warned or took any action against me. The posts they considered were as follows.

1. A post from I made four years ago that a French police officer allegedly killed in terror attacks in Paris was actually a Mossad agent. There are many such theories about the 2015 attacks and I posted it for discussion purposes.

2. In 2016 I posted that 50,000 Jews in New York protested Israel’s policies and that the event was not really covered by the media. In the tribunal, I pointed out that my post clearly distinguished between Jews and Zionists

3. Posted on 1 August 2018 and clearly labeled as ‘revisionist history’ was a quote from Edgar Steele that the number of Holocaust survivors receiving pensions exceeded the number of Jews in Europe before the Holocaust.


4. A post on 17 January 2019 stating that the Jews put Palestinians in concentration camps. The Tribunal said I was comparing Jews to Nazis by the use of the word “concentration.” My Jewish Union rep. objected, pointing out that it was the British who originated the term ‘concentration camp’ when they used them in South Africa.

EM: You are not anti Semitic but you do have problems with the behavior of the state of Israel? Who defended you and what procedure did the University follow in making its decision?

MA: I am not anti-Semitic and the investigation and the tribunal both found that I, as a person, was not anti-Semitic. I do have problems with all kinds of oppression; against humans, animals or the environment. As I told the tribunal, I have criticised almost all governments. The tribunal brushed aside my criticism of Israel’s oppressive activities. My opinions were backed up by reports from the UN, the Red Cross, Israeli human rights organisations and newspapers like Haaretz.

I was defended personally by one University Union member, a Professor who is Jewish, but who has not given me permission to reveal his name. He told the tribunal that he believed that neither I nor my posts were anti-Semitic even though he did not agree with some of the posts.

Prominent Jewish voice for Peace (JVP) member, Prof. Haim Bresheeth, an Israeli-British film maker and a Professor at the University of London, wrote to the Vice Chancellor on my behalf. He made clear the distinction between Zionism and Judaism and wrote that opposing Zionism or criticizing Israel is not anti Semitism. In addition, renowned Professor, Norman Finkelstein, wrote a letter of support for me.

The University claimed my case had been investigated by “independent” investigator Nigel Youngman. My objections to the lack of actual investigation by Mr. Youngman were totally disregarded by the tribunal. He did not interview any of the key witnesses, not the 240 students who voted no, not a single member of the University’s Amnesty Society or Palestinian Society, and not members or staff at the Student Union. Youngman never asked anyone why he objected to the first manifesto or why there were two manifestos. When he spoke to the tribunal he read from the second less extreme manifesto as if that was the one to which I had objected, although I had repeatedly told him that my reaction was to the first manifesto.

The University’s rules provided me the right to present a witness. I informed the tribunal that I intended to bring Prof. Bresheeth, and although I followed their procedural rules, the tribunal denied me my right to a witness claiming only a certain date was available as the tribunal was to be attended by “very important” people.

I knew as soon as the tribunal began that the University intended to dismiss me. They followed their procedures only to the extent that they would not affect the preordained outcome. For example, Prof. Andrew Le Sueur, who acted as prosecutor, instructed the tribunal to ignore the letters from Prof Finkelstein and Prof Bresheeth and not to take JVP’s statement against Zionism into consideration. That made it clear the tribunal was a farce, intended to allow them to dismiss me while pretending to the media that I had been given ‘due process.’

The major problem I faced was that the University treated Zionism as just a harmless Jewish belief. I do not know why they are so ignorant. The University would not listen when I tried to explain that there is a difference between Judaism and Zionism and that many people, including Jews, object to Israel’s actions but are not anti Semitic. I am happy that there were many Jews from JVP who came to my defense.

EM: The University advised you not to speak to the press. Do you now think that advice was for your benefit?

MA: I should not have listened to them since I believe the decision to dismiss me was made well before the hearing. From the beginning, I wanted to set the record straight and explain that I was not at all the person the media portrayed. I had written a careful apology to the University and, contrary to my expectations, the University did not share either my position or my apology.

EM: What have been the other effects of the dismissal? Will you be able to get another academic job in the UK?

MA: I have been dismissed from all my other part-time positions, including my work for St John Ambulance. When St John first investigated the allegations, I was found not to be anti Semitic. After the University dismissed me, St John fired me.

I have lost all sources of income, a financial loss I am not in a position to cover. It seems this is the penalty imposed upon opponents of Zionism.

I am not sure if I can find another job in the UK let alone an academic job. I could only be employed by someone who is willing to stand up to Zionist bullying and intimidation.

EM: Did you receive any hate mail?

MA: Yes I received a barrage of xenophobic, Islamophobic hate emails, threatening death to my family and me. Careful examination revealed that all the emails originated from only 14 unique email addresses. The British police are currently investigating these threatening emails.

In addition, there was a smear campaign against me as nearly all the 65 pages of British newspaper and online articles were essentially copied from an unfavorable and inaccurate article in the Jewish Chronicle.

EM: Was a police complaint or legal action filed against you?

MA: No police action has been taken against me, even though some of the hate emails claimed that I was being reported to the police for hate crimes and anti Semitism.

EM: Has your family faced discrimination in the UK? Is there is a double standard?

MA: Yes, my children have faced terrible discrimination. Some boys at his school threw my eldest son on the ground and tried to force feed him pork. He was called many horrible names including ‘terrorist.’ His school took no action against the boys who assaulted my son.

There is a clear double standard at the University of Essex. Two examples:

A Muslim Bangladeshi staff member was threatened by his immediate boss, a Latvian, who said any Muslim who came to his country would be murdered by him. He was reported but the University has done nothing in response to the threat.


A Muslim woman, a student, was harassed by her flatmate, a staff member of the University’s Law School. He told her: “your religion will make you bomb a building.” In front of a witness he said, “I can do whatever I want with you and I will not be punished for it.” She suffered death threats, physical abuse, and eventually left the school. A police lawsuit was shelved for lack of evidence despite a witness and a bruised arm. The University did not see that he breached any code of conduct, instead the University is doing everything to protect this staff member and have threatened a lawsuit if his name is revealed. More information can be found at this link:

The University of Essex that claims to have ‘zero tolerance to hate’ seems to apply that standard based upon who the victim is.


(Republished from Gilad Atzmon by permission of author or representative)
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  1. Thank you for this news.

    There’s a clear record of demonstrable discrimination here. Isn’t there legal recourse for Dr. Ali?

  2. Anonymous [AKA "Oi(ks)"] says:

    I would not set foot in Britain. You could not possibly pay me enough to take my chances with those pre-modern Talmudic throwbacks. They and their Anglo-Saxon puppets are bent on eradicating every human right.

  3. “Talmudic throwbacks.”
    I think that qualifies as anti-semitic. But carry on. Show more of your cards.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @Saggy
    , @anon
  4. @richellieu

    ‘“Talmudic throwbacks.”
    I think that qualifies as anti-semitic. But carry on. Show more of your cards.’

    Meh. Would reference to ‘Bible thumpers’ demonstrate one was anti-Christian? Referral to ‘Wahhabi fanatics’ constitute evidence of Islamophobia?

    We’re not actually required to uncritically genuflect before all aspects of Judaism at all times, are we?

    • Agree: Ace
  5. DaveE says:

    I’m an American, but had the “luxury” (or misfortune, you choose) of attending a posh English prep school for my 7th through 10th grade years, in American terms.

    In those years (1970’s) I witnessed an obnoxious, but harmless, anti-Semitic mini-ritual called the “Jew-Scrum” practiced by my classmates, when their supervisors weren’t looking. (A “scrum” is a term borrowed from the game of Rugby.) In a “Jew-Scrum”, the instigator shouts out the words “Jew-Scrum!” as a call for the ritual to begin. He then throws a lower-denomination coin on the ground, while the participants form a “scrum”, which is a sort of huddle used to kick a loose ball out to one’s teammates, back in play, but with the small coin taking the place of the Rugby ball. The winner of the Jew-Scrum is the one who retrieves the coin.

    Now, obviously, this is rather anti-Jewish, implying Jews are so cheap and money-obsessed they will go to extreme war-like acts for the smallest of material advantage, in this case a small coin.

    But what was REALLY surprising, to me, as a young American, was the extreme punishment meted out for the “crime” of inciting a Jew-Scrum. Things like a month of detention, severe student privilege restrictions, expulsion from clubs and activities, things like that. There was a rumor that multiple offenses could lead to getting “caned”, or corporal punishment, another delightful and totally barbaric British custom…….

    So, just some personal anecdotal evidence of how The Jew has completely taken over British society, which is obsessed with rules, regulations and traditions of the kind we Americans would call “liberal”, but which are more rightfully viewed as totalitarian and communist.

    We all know which ethnic group seems to be obsessed with activities of totalitarian control of the Goyim………

  6. Ali belongs in Bangladesh.

    His relatives in boroughs like Newham have turned London into the ‘Tuberculosis Capital of Western Europe’. Then factor in multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB).

    • Replies: @anonymous
  7. Reverse racism, clear and simple, he doesn’t want a Zionist voice on the campus, but Zionist want a voice. If you are anti Zionist does not mean that you are anti semitic. You can be Anti Zionist, but stoping Zionist from forming a club because you don’t like their philosophy is racist.
    This Professor posted classic problematic posts popular amongst Jew haters and conspiracy nuts, not saying he is one, but he sure walked a line, and for someone not powerful it was stupid.
    The Mossad stuff is classic false flag stuff/
    Holy deniers you know the kind you like to entertain Gilad as it boost your ratings.
    and the really classic Zionist are Nazi’s concentration camp stuff.
    He should have been smarter, if not a Jew hater, he sure walked into it.

    • Replies: @Ace
  8. Ace says:
    @Fran Taubman

    British institutions live in fear of their shadow and tremble when Jews are unhappy over some trivial opinion. Personal obliteration must be the penalty lest the ovens and the pogroms return. Every non-Jew is a closet psychopath

    Honest debate is passé. Crimespeak is in. You outdid yourself with your “Nazi’s concentration camp stuff.” Is there a “sell by” date for such garbage?

    And what race are Zionists? As you don’t like the philosophy of Dr. Ali, does that make you a racist?

    • Replies: @nsa
    , @Fran Taubman
  9. nsa says:

    Even a hideous jew shill like Fran Lampshade manages to give the hapless affirmative action hire, Ali, a good kick while he’s down……which the whinging pathetic wretch richly deserves for attempting to appease the vile conniving jews instead of hating on them directly. Hint for all the Ali types out there: denying anything simply lends credence to the original accusation.

  10. Who is this “Dr. Ali”, and why is he referred to by no other name? Maybe he come from a part of the world where people don’t have surnames, such as
    Why is the author Eve Mykytyn belittling Ali by never giving both his forename and his surname?

    • Replies: @Johnny Rottenborough
  11. @Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

    Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)—A BBC news item has Dr Ali’s full name and a photograph. There’s also a photo of the Vice-Chancellor; I don’t know whether he is Chosen or merely one of their useful idiots. His email about the furore, sent to the university’s alumni in February, says: ‘We are a University that must live by our values’. Neither his command of English nor the university’s values add up to much.

  12. @Ace

    I know nothing about the English education institutions nothing. But here in the US, it is quite the opposite, SJP and other Muslim student organizations terrorize students, stoping Zionist students or even Jewish students that have been on birthrite from holding student offices.
    There are Israel Apartheid full weeks on campus, also hectoring and harassing of Jewish students,
    there are regular classes by Muslims calling for the eraser of Israel.
    Look if you cannot see this for what it is, the irrational hatred of all things Jewish religiously from Muslims, I cannot help you. It is so obvious, nothing to do with Israel, but more to the point that the Jews rejected the Prophet, challenging the final communication with Allah and the superiority of Islam over Judaism and Christianity.
    If I have falsely labeled the British education system with the American I apologize. I also think this guy got a raw deal, but the stuff he was pedaling was not ethical. Students are entitled to their organizations regardless who agrees with their philosophy that would be Jew of Muslims as well.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @anon
    , @anon
  13. Saggy says: • Website

    Of course it’s anti-semitic. Given the Jews’ opinion of the goyim, as expressed by the Chief Rabbi of Israelany goyim in his/her right mind will be anti-semitic.

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
    , @mark taha
  14. mike6972 says:

    The sole criterion for determining whether a group should be allowed on campus should be: are their activities legal. No political litmus test should be applied. The Union of Jewish Students (UJS) should be allowed to advocate for Zionism if they want to. Dr. Ali should be free to criticize Israel if he wants to. Of course, when you live in a quasi-totalitarian state like the UK where formerly free speech is now criminalized, “legal” is an entirely too narrow conception of free speech rights. ALL speech that does not explicitly call for violence against others should be allowed. ALL groups that do not explicitly call for violence against others should be allowed on campus. And I’m talking about REAL violence, not fake “verbal violence”.

  15. anon[117] • Disclaimer says:

    It does and that is fine.

  16. @Saggy

    He is not the Chief Rabbi of Israel, he is the Chief Rabbi of one of the Sephardim hassidic sects, he is a moron and an idiot and everyone in Israel and Jews in general denounce him.
    It is like saying David Duke speaks for all white Christians or Louis Farrakhan speaks for all black people.
    Why do people on this site show memes like this to represent a philosophy the product of a lazy soft mind, that cannot google and investigate the negative reaction this guy got.
    Ah the internet the last place for scoundrels

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Fran Taubman
    , @Saggy
  17. anon[886] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fran Taubman

    Another driveling BS.

    Israeli Apartheid Week !! – Is it as influential as is the Israelis inciting war against Iraq against a Libya against Syria against Iran on TV , print media and Capitol Hill?

    Is anybody with Muslim name or origin walking around in White House corridor with money bag asking for right candidates who will bomb Israel ? What would happen to a Muslim Singer, Adelson, Marcus, or Saim Haban?

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  18. anon[886] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fran Taubman

    David is in jail
    and the person who is endorsed by David Duke also end up in purgatory

    Association with shadows of Farrah Khan lead to sane fate .

    Show us any punishment for those endorsed by this rabbi or by his congregation .

    This rabbi is a rabbi
    Does an Imam get a pass because he is an imam of Kenyan or Sri Lankan community ? Does a priest get ?

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
  19. anon[886] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fran Taubman

    Islam claims itself to be superior to Christianity as Judaism !
    Yes it does . So does American democracy over other type of democracies .
    Israel does same when it says it is the only democracy in ME suggesting other forms of administration are bad.
    Israel does same when it says it is a villa surrounded by the ugliness of a jungle .
    Israel asserts its greatness right and uniqueness all the times .
    It claims it is the only ally in ME and others are not
    Then those others get slaughtered by USA while Israel is not despite committing similar crimes .

    —- Israel establishes false ideas of being better or superior and then abuses it for greed , theft , murder , violence and embezzlement .

  20. anon[886] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fran Taubman

    Recently a speaker was denounced for saying that Israel is apartheid country by the President of the NY University. The speaker was not denounced or criticized even mildly , by same person when Trump was called fascist by same speaker .

    Few years ago , Iran president was interviewed by one of the University in New. York and was openly verbally abused
    Media was still livid because a platform was given for Iranian president to express his opinion .

    Has anybody treated the Israeli PMs sane way anywhere in any media or university ?

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  21. @anon

    The speaker at the NYU was not a speaker, he was receiving a generous graduate award by the NYU,
    at NYU’s graduation where many people attend, not to hear political incitment.
    Nothing to do with his comment, just a very inappropriate venue to spew your political BS.
    A University graduation, which includes fundraising etc. He does not speak for the University, and he was not a guest speaker.

    With regard to Iran, Iran is our enemy not Israel. The leader of Iran has called the US satan, and burns American flags.
    I am not familiar with NYU but an Iranian leader was given a platform at Columbia and it was pretty successful as he said, that Iran has no homosexuals.

  22. @anon

    Their are two female muslim women in the US congress, one wears a Hijab, CAIR the council on Islam, walks around all the time with money lobbying candidates, and yeah those two muslim women are vehemently appointed to Israel.
    There are way more Jews then Muslims in the US, they fought in both world wars, and have gained exalted positions, and are thought of as solid citizens who uphold Western values, unlike a lot of Muslim immigrants to Europe who promote Shia theocracies over Democracy, Shia and democracy like oil and water.

    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  23. anon[886] • Disclaimer says:

    Where did you find that political or social statement can’t be made in this sort of ceremony ? College education and celebration of college education embody and support various values that include resistance against collective on many issues- right or wrong
    but it can’t support individual attack

    The university did exactly the opposite .

    About Iran being our enemy is a troll tat has gone mainstream again thanks to Jewish behavior .

    Vietnam killed many
    Japan killed many
    Mexico also killed
    But we are friends and not at war and they don’t toe American lines always

    Iran has helped USA more in and around 2001-2004
    Only to be kicked at the face – again thanks to Jewish

    Israel has been found to be a spoiler and to be harmful to US interest by US military as late as 2011.

    • Replies: @Fran Taubman
  24. @anon

    lol. let me know when Shia Iran embraces democracy and Christianity, the kurds, the Armenians etc.
    If it makes you feel better to blame it on the Jews knock yourself out, a weak person. They are a mendacious horrible regime.
    They killed US soldiers in Iraq and Lebanon. Not a Jew in site.

    • Replies: @Al Liguori
    , @Al Liguori
    , @anon
  25. Saggy says: • Website
    @Fran Taubman


    Ovadia Yosef (Hebrew: עובדיה יוסף Ovadya Yosef, Arabic: عبد الله يوسف‎, romanized: Abdullah Yusuf; [2] September 24, 1920 – October 7, 2013)[3] was an Iraqi-born Talmudic scholar, a posek, the Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel from 1973 to 1983, and the founder and long-time spiritual leader of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox Shas party.[4][5]

    Every Jew knows that the Yosef quote is an accurate representation of the Jews’ opinion of the goyim. But it goes beyond that ….. suppose a Jewish man rapes a gentile woman. It’s a capital offense. But the woman, or girl if she is above the age of 3, is the one to be executed.

    (Mishah Torah – Sefer Kedushah – Issurei Biah – Chapter Twelve)


    If, by contrast, a Jewish male enters into relations with a gentile woman, when he does so intentionally, she should be executed.23 She is executed because she caused a Jew to be involved in an unseemly transgression, as [is the law with regard to] an animal.24 [This applies regardless of] whether the gentile women was a minor of three years of age,25 or an adult, whether she was single or married. And it applies even if [the Jew] was a minor of nine years old, [she is executed].26

    This [punishment] is explicitly mentioned in the Torah, as [Numbers 31:16-17] states: Behold they were [involved] with the children of Israel according to the advice of Balaamו.27 Execute any woman fit to know a man through lying with a male.

    Judaism is truly an evil and degenerate religion.

    • Agree: Al Liguori
    • Replies: @Al Liguori
    , @anon
  26. anonymous[252] • Disclaimer says:
    @Amerimutt Golems

    There are plenty of other Muslim countries they could have gone to instead of infesting a Western one.

  27. @Saggy

    Saggy, you are doing good work exposing Fran’s lies!

    You may already know that she admitted she is from Chabad, the largest and most malevolent sect of Jews. (her comment #337 )

    Even when confronted with a “Kill even the best of Gentiles” screenshot from Chabad’s website (below), she feigns innocence—”I never heard that taught.” She is also fond of quoting the Aish rabbi’s dissembling that the genocidal precepts of the “Torah” are long-forgotten “Bronze Age” vestiges—even when faced with verbatim quotes from contemporary rabbis and the Israeli press, e.g., the Torat Ha’amelch.

    Most amusingly, she claims she walked from Chabad to the neighboring Archdiocese of Long Island to enlist their help in pulling down . (her comment #92 )

    • Replies: @Miggle
  28. Al Liguori says: • Website
    @Fran Taubman

    Fixed it for you, Fran.

    There are way more Jews then Muslims in the US, they fought in started both world wars,* and have gained exalted positions, are an invasive and metastatic cancer in the jUSA government,** and are thought of as solid citizens parasites*** who uphold subvert Western values.**** unlike a lot of Muslim immigrants to Europe that Jews brought in***** who promote Shia theocracies over Democracy, like Jews promote their supremacist and genocidal theocracy****** over Democracy. Shia and democracy Judaism and decency, like oil and water.*******


  29. anon[174] • Disclaimer says:
    @Fran Taubman

    Iran has killed . But not the way Jew media brainwashes and not in the context Jew says .
    USA kills for Israel.and gets killed for Jew .

    Letting you know now that Iran will never become UK and USA type of democracy because it has to and shall keep the Zionist out of postings and positions .

    Many more Muslims died in WW1 and WW2 wars both while serving under Britain/ Allies and died from starvation imposed by Zionist run British colonial power . Many Muslims died when Britain allowed the butcher gang and that product of Balfour rape to arrive in Arab.
    Get it .

  30. anon[174] • Disclaimer says:

    Controversial commentator @KTHopkins tells @amikaufman, ‘there will never be #peace in #Israel until you remove the people who don’t belong there,’ adding there will ‘never ever’ be a #twostatesolution:

    5:08 PM – Jun 10, 2019 – electronic intifada. Twitter

    Will Britan ban her reentry?
    Will Britain put her in jail ?

    Katie Hopkins look like a lost bitch in Israeli red district .

  31. anon[174] • Disclaimer says:

    “She is executed because she caused a Jew to be involved in an unseemly transgression, as [is the law with regard to] an animal.24 [This applies regardless of] whether the gentile women was a minor of three years of age,25 or an adult, whether she was single or married. ”

    Those were the old religious stuff . Secular peace loving pro feminist pro LGBT and pro metoo movement Zionist don’t believe this .

    At least that’s what they say to the American on American TV ” don’t force us to kill your children and women ” while mounting unprovoked attack on Palestinian.

    Sick people to the core . Despicable rat of e sewer . Talmud has a secular cover .

  32. Dr. X says:

    I read UJS’s manifesto and did not agree with their zealous promotion of Zionism and the state of Israel. That was my only concern. I was not voting against Jews, Judaism or their culture.

    Sorry, professor, but that’s where you screwed up. There is no difference between “Jews, Judaism or their culture” and Zionism.

    The Jewish scripture is clear: in 1 Samuel 15:3, the god of the Jews instructs them to murder “men and women, children and infants, oxen and sheep, camels and donkeys” and spare nothing so they can steal their Zion from the Amalekites.

    These are the kind of people you’re dealing with… perhaps you got off lucky.

    • Replies: @Nonny
  33. @Fran Taubman

    Ovadia Yosef was the leader of the Shas (ie Talmud) Party, vital to all Rightwing coalitions in recent decades. When he died the crowd of admirers was several hundred thousand strong, the largest such gathering Israeli history. So much for ‘…everyone in Israel and Jews in general denounce him’. Is the mendacious assertion that all, or nearly all, Jews think alike not ‘antisemitic’ itself?

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  34. @anon

    David Duke is not in jail. He served a brief sentence for some tax charges way back in 2002. It was unrelated to his political opinions and activities, except that the people who hate him were obviously happen to find a pretext upon which to jail him.

  35. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I can only say that his ideas are not main stream, and many many denounce his racist statements, considered mis readings. Israel and Jews are like other people, they have their extremist, ultra religious extremist, conspiracist etc. For me personally he is a nut job.
    Don’t know anything about his funeral, but he was the head rabbi of a large Sephardic sect, and I assume he was more then those bad quotes.
    It is the assertion from a lot of people on this site to tag one extremist thread and weave a rug that Judaism is racist. Perhaps I am overly defense.

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  36. @Fran Taubman

    Fran, you are lying again. YOU are in CHABAD. CHABAD teaches Jewish supremacism. Fran is acting out the command of CHABAD: Modern on the Outside and Chabad on the Inside by Rabbi Shlomo Riskin . Fran also studies the supremacist Kabbala (see below, Zohar I 47a), but she says she has never heard such things.

    “The Rebbe said to me, “I want you to know that in every battle there are certain people who have to dress up like the enemy, and they have to go into the enemy’s territory, and their own co-religionists will think that they are turncoats; that they’ve become rebels, but without those people the battle can’t be won, and you [Rabbi Shlomo Riskin] will win the war … you must produce shluchim [agents] for the entire world who are modern on the outside and Chabad on the inside.’”
    ‘Noahide’ Proselytizing Rabbi Riskin: “The Lubavitcher Rebbe said to me …” by Maurice Pinay, March 6-7, 2012

    Notice what Fran’s CHABAD teaches, then notice how Fran insists that she has never even heard one Jew teach such things.

    מה שאין כן נפשות אומות העולם הן משאר קליפות טמאות שאין בהן טוב כלל
    The souls of the nations of the world, however, emanate from the other, unclean kelipot which contain no good whatever, …

    CHABAD’s Rabbi Schneerson taught:

    “The difference between a Jewish and a non-Jewish person stems from the common expression: ‘Let us differentiate.’ Thus, we do not have a case of profound change in which a person is merely on a superior level. Rather, we have a case of ‘let us differentiate’ between totally different species.”

    “This is what needs to be said about the body: the body of a Jewish person is of a totally different quality from the body of [members] of all nations of the world … The difference in the inner quality between Jews and non-Jews is so great that the bodies should be considered as completely different species.”

    “An even greater difference exists in regard to the soul. Two contrary types of soul exist, a non-Jewish soul comes from three satanic spheres, while the Jewish soul stems from holiness.”

    “As has been explained, an embryo is called a human being, because it has both body and soul. Thus, the difference between a Jewish and a non-Jewish embryo can be understood.”

    “…the general difference between Jews and non-Jews: A Jew was not created as a means for some [other] purpose; he himself is the purpose, since the substance of all [divine] emanations was created only to serve the Jews.”

    “The important things are the Jews, because they do not exist for any [other] aim; they themselves are [the divine] aim.”

    “The entire creation [of a non-Jew] exists only for the sake of the Jews.”

    Another Chabad rabbi: “If a Jew needs a liver, can you take the liver of an innocent non-Jew passing by to save him? The Torah would probably allow that. Jewish life has an infinite value.”
    Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburgh, quoted in Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel by Prof. Israel Shahak and Norton Mezvinsky, London: Pluto Press, 2004, p. 62

    “The best of the gentiles: kill him; the best of snakes: smash its skull; the best of women: is filled with witchcraft.” Kiddushin 66c The uncensored version of this text appears in Tractate Soferim (New York, M. Higer, 1937), 15:7, p. 282.

    “The seed of the goyim is like an animal.” Sanhedrin 74b

    “All Gentile children are animals.” Yebamoth 98a

    “Gentile sperm leads to barbaric offspring”,7340,L-4006385,00.html

    “The Jew by his source and in his very essence is entirely good. The goy, by his source and his very essence, is completely evil. This is not simply a matter of religious distinction, but rather of two completely different species.”
    Rabbi Saadya Grama, Romemut Yisrael Ufarashat Hagalut (“Jewish Superiority and the Question of Exile”) 2003.

    “Souls of non-Jews come entirely from the female part of the Satanic sphere. For this reason souls of non-Jews are called evil.” [Yesaiah Tishbi, Torat ha-Rave-ha-Kelippahnbe-Kabbalat ha-Ari (The Theory of Evil and the Satanic Sphere in Kabbalah) 1942, reprinted 1982]

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  37. Nonny says:
    @Dr. X

    I agree. The evil of the Jews in historic Palestine is the evil of the Jews. Let’s not absolve the Jews by babbling “Zionism!”

  38. Miggle says:
    @Al Liguori

    Al, thanks the link to which site I didn’t know about.

  39. Miggle says:
    @Al Liguori

    Fran, thanks for inspiring Al to make that comment. You’ve been doing great work here exposing the evils of Judaism.

    And Al, thanks for a great comment.

  40. mark taha says:

    Anyone in his right mind will ignore comments like that.

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