Thursday, December 30, 2010


The same contributor to the Breitbart network who fell for a Ynet distortion when rabbis called not to sell homes to Arabs/Muslims (the de-contexting claim was that they said not to rent) has fallen for another one, and practically run the gauntlet of being offensive to women by implying that the wives of the rabbis are "racist" because they signed a letter in turn not to date/marry Arab men. The Ynet article says:
After the rabbis’ letter called on Jews not to rent apartments to Arabs comes their wives’ turn: Twenty-seven prominent rabbis’ wives signed a letter distributed by the ‘Lehava’ organization calling on Jewish women not to date Arabs, work in places where Arabs are employed or volunteer for National Service with them.[...]

The letter stated that “there are quite a few Arab workers who use Hebrew names. Yusuf becomes Yossi, Samir becomes Sami and Abed becomes Ami. They seek your proximity, try to appeal to you and give you all the attention you could ask for, they actually know how be polite and act making you believe they really care…but their behavior is only temporary.

“As soon as they have in you in their grasp, in their village, under their complete control – everything becomes different. Your life will never be the same, and the attention you sought will be replaced with curses, physical abuse and humiliation.”

The letter further stated, “Your grandmothers never dreamed that one of their decedents would, by one act, remove future generations from the Jewish people. For you, for future generations, and so that you will never have to endure the terrible suffering, we appeal to you, begging, pleading, praying: Don’t date them, don’t work where they work and don’t perform National Service with them.”
Doesn't that third paragraph, if you realize what Islamisogyny is like, tell why they've voiced their concern, and are trying to send a message to help with a woman's safety? Schweizer says, "Those behind it insist that it isn’t about racism but about protecting the Jewish faith. Really? Doesn’t sound like that when you read the letter." This is a most reprehensible man. Not only has he made a joke out of practically everyone's efforts to combat Islamofascism, he's even implying he sees nothing wrong with an effort to protect Jewish women from harm at the hands of Islam, and maybe that he's even worse than Charles Krauthammer is when it comes to Israel. If Schweizer is as bad as I now suspect, he shouldn't even be working at the Breitbart network, and I'd recommend canning him immediately.

Update: this article about the subject reveals something very disturbing that's taken place in Ashkelon:
Glam went on to point out what he said was a new phenomenon, which manifests itself on Fridays on the cities' beaches and in certain neighborhoods. Arab construction workers who rent apartments in Ashkelon or are given apartments to live in by the contractors "bring girls aged as young as 12 into town and 'go out on the town' with them at parties that include, among other things, the serving of alcohol to girls."
So now we can understand what the earlier letter was about if it involved rental issues.Is this not reason why to advise women to look out for their safety? Add to that how pedophilia may have been committed, and curiously enough, even alcohol, usually considered unworthy in Muslim society, has yet found its way into this whole affair.

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