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Greece: Holocaust memorial in Thessaloniki desecrated with "Free Palestine" graffiti

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 10:00 AM PST

Austria: Vienna police charge 3 men for waving Israeli flag at rally

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 09:00 AM PST

Via Jerusalem Post:
The Vienna police are pursuing criminal charges against three pro-Israel activists for waving an Israeli flag in protest of antisemitic slogans at a demonstration against Jerusalem having been recognized by the US as the capital of the Jewish state.

The police are seeking a €100 fine or two days in jail for the display of Israel-support at the December 8 anti-Israel rally near the US Embassy in Austria's capital.

The criminal notice, dated January 3, states that the activists "showed an Israeli flag at a rally in an extremely provocative way and manner that was visible for participants at the rally and thereby produced considerable offense and provocation among the Palestinian protesters."

The German-language edition of the news site Vice first reported on Tuesday on the penalties against the three men and conducted an interview with one of the pro-Israel protesters.

"My mother is Israeli, her family [members] are refugees from Iraq and Libya," the pro-Israel protester said. "An Arab-speaking friend from Israel was able to translate some of the slogans yelled [at the rally], for example, the Arab battle cry to massacre Jews: 'Jews, remember Khaybar, the army of Muhammad is returning,' and... 'Death to Israel.'"

The Arabic cry references an ancient Muslim attack on Jews in the town of Khaybar in what is now Saudi Arabia, killing many and looting their homes. The provocative chant is frequently used when attacking Jews and Israelis, and was chanted on the Mavi Marmara Gaza flotilla ship in May 2010.

The activist, who was given the name Matthias  F. by Vice to ostensibly protect his privacy, said he heard other chants of "Intifada" and "Child-murder Israel" at the rally that was attended by hundreds of anti-Israel protesters.

He added that, "We were shocked by these slogans and did not want to leave the slogans unchallenged. Antisemitism and hate of Israel should not be tolerated."
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UK: Nuns used anti-Semitic threats while beating boy of Jewish descent, inquiry told

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 08:00 AM PST


Via Jewish News:
Nuns at an orphanage used anti-Semitic threats while beating a boy of Jewish descent, an inquiry has heard.
The witness, who was at Smyllum Park in Lanark during the 1940s and 1950s, said he is "haunted" by memories of his time at the facility.

He told how he is still "scared" of nuns, to the extent he could not watch the film comedy Sister Act with his daughter.

His submissions were heard at the Scottish child abuse inquiry in Edinburgh on Tuesday.

Although he did not know of his Jewish heritage at the time, having entered the home at a very young age, he said it was referred to while he was beaten on a number of occasions.

The witness said: "The nuns would say 'we will beat the Jewishness out of you'.

"If you consider what Hitler did during the war – it was just after that period. I don't think I was beaten because I was Jewish, it's just an expression that was used."

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Russia: Murmansk Jewish leader's car set aflame on Christmas

Posted: 10 Jan 2018 07:18 AM PST


Via Barents Observer:
At midnight on the 7th of January, as Russia was celebrating the Orthodox Christmas, someone put the community leader's car on fire. Ilya Raskin believes it was not coincidental.

«The Jewish community sees this not only as an act of vandalism and hooliganism, but also as a well-directed antisemitic and extremist act, aimed at stirring inter-ethnic and inter-religious strife,» he says on his Facebook page.

Next to the car, which was partly destroyed by the fire, was found a gasoline can, 7x7-journal reports. Raskin says to the online news magazine that he intends to address the FSB and the prosecutor's office about the case.

He argues that the timing indicates that there was an antisemitic motive behind the fire.
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