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A message to me from the "Jewish Defence League"

 The Jewish Defence League reacts to criticism of Benjamin Netanyahu.














This arrived in my e-mail a few moments ago.

"Mr Yates, in the middle of the last century, Jews had no right or means of response when they were demonised, persecuted and attacked by your ideological soulmates. Today, the world is a very different place. When we are attacked by hate-filled, antisemitic filth like you, we respond with all the resources at our disposal, and with extreme prejudice. You clearly enjoy indulging your hatred of Jews on public forums, but not as much as we enjoy delivering the retribution that perpetrators of hate-crimes against the Jewish people deserve.
There are three things that you should remember: the code that we live by is 'never again'; our loating of Jew hating scum like you is stronger than your hatred of us; we didn't choose you as an enemy, you chose us.

The Jewish Defense League"


Typically, these fascist Zionists, take perverse pleasure either by accident or naive intent,  in confusing criticism of Israel or its government (in this case Netanyahu) as somehow being synonymous with being anti semetic. It is little wonder that with attitudes such as theirs, the mistrust and detestation of the actions of the IDF in Palestine, the sabre rattling and threats of Netanyahu against any country not prepared to allow Israel to ride roughshod over criticism, the worldwide condemnation of Israeli treatment of Palestinians in the west Bank and Gaza, the continued construction of illegal settlements in the occupied territories and in East Jerusalem that Israel is considered as a threat to the region and as the obstacle to a settlement with Palestine.
The e-mail from this obnoxious organisation has been filed.

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