Don't miss my interview with Jamie Glazov in Frontpage magazine. Here's an excerpt:
Jewish history is littered with these collaborators. And we see them everywhere in our current environment. The failure of many Jews to stand up and fight this century’s Philistines after thousands of years of persecution is difficult to swallow. Can one deny that there is some kind of death wish present here?
And what I would like to ask is: when has the Muslim community ever stood against anti-Jewish protesters? Where were Muslims during the “Death to Jews” marches across the UK during the defensive war in Gaza? Where are the Muslim groups and Jewish groups demanding that Jew hatred be expunged from the Koran and Islamic teachings?
FP: What are your thoughts on this international cultural acceptance of Islamic anti-Semitism and simultaneous demonization of Israel?
Geller: The demonization of Israel is Jew hatred. On many levels, what is happening today is more dangerous than Nazism in the sense that Nazism was perpetrated covertly. What we are witnessing today is done overtly: anti-Zionism is a modern variation on an age-old hatred. The Nazis hid the extermination. Work camps were death camps but no one knew what was really going on behind those walls until the Nazis were defeated. Today the haters take to the streets and engage in death to Jews, death to Israel demonstrations across Europe and America. They dance and pass out sweets in the Muslim street when Jews are murdered. What’s so disturbing is that it is being done now under the aegis of the UN.
Caroline Glick said: “They [the UN] have been attacking us for more than 30 years. They express their hatred for us with their ‘solidarity’ with the Palestinian people. That, together with their declaration that Zionism is racism, shows that they have done everything they could to fight against us.” She said that the UN’s anti-Israel stance “is anti-Semitism for the modern age. The attempt to dismiss our legitimate rights is a type of anti-Semitism, and I see no difference between the anti-Semitism of today and that of the past.”
Glick recommended that Israel take “dramatic” action against anti-Semitism at the UN:
“We must attack the hypocrisy of the UN and the international community.”
This of course is not new. But America sanctioning such an abomination is new. The most troubling aspect of this was Obama joining the United Nations human rights council – which teems with the world’s worst human rights violators and Israel bashers.
FP: Your interpretation of the mindset of the Jewish collaborators?
Geller: They are like the Jewish councils of World War II Germany that helped assist in what would become the extermination of the Jews. But that is not fair to the Kapos. The Kapos had no choice, as morally repugnant as they were. These Jews, the Rabbis and Jewish lay leadership, are fighting the last war. Yet that war is over. All their handwringing over Nazis. That war is over. This enemy is here and, as I said earlier, much more dangerous on several realms. And this anti-Semitism is global, and still they do not see. The Koran’s hatred of the Jews is clear, and still they refuse to see. The vicious hatred of the Jews across the Muslim world, and still these Jews we are discussing refuse to see.
They tear into SIOE and counter jihad efforts, but never do they call the Muslims to task for their Jew-hating rhetoric, their death-to-the-Jews marches, their vile Jew-hating teachings, their relentless campaign against Israel, the Muslim Jew-hatred that is infecting Europe so much that Jews are fleeing in historic numbers.