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German Left party MPs fulfill ‘long tradition of hatred of Jews’
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
The anti-Israel resolution is part of the “antisemitic, anti-Zionist elements” of the German Left and is “fulfilling a long tradition of hatred of Jews."
The head of the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Jerusalem office, Dr. Efraim Zuroff, on Thursday meted out scathing criticism at the executive board of the German Left party for blaming only the Jewish state in its resolution against IDF measures in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
The anti-Israel resolution is part of the “antisemitic, anti-Zionist elements” of the German Left and is “fulfilling a long tradition of hatred of Jews,” Zuroff told The Jerusalem Post in a telephone interview.
Zuroff, the Wiesenthal Center’s chief Nazi-hunter, added that the German Left party “attributes all of the blame to Israel. This is typical of the extreme Left’s unreasonable criticism of Israel.”
“I would like to see if Germany were in the same situation. I am fairly certain they would respond in the same way as Israel, or more severely, if civilian targets were under fire by dozens of missiles,” Zuroff said.
He noted that the radical Islamic group Hamas’s rocket attacks on Israel are “in line with their declared intention to destroy the state of Israel.”
The Left party titled its resolution:”For an end of the occupation and the blockade of Gaza” and said Israel produced a “massacre in Gaza.”
Israel unilaterally withdrew from the coastal enclave in 2005, uprooting 8,000 people from 21 settlements. Hamas, classified by the US and EU as a terrorist organization, has ruled the Gaza Strip since 2007 when it seized power in a coup.
The Left party further condemned Israel in its resolution for the “violent approach of the Israeli government and the Israeli military against the majority of peaceful mass protests of the Palestinians in Gaza in the course of the Great March of Return, which started on March 30.”
The Left party members of parliament urged the German government to condemn the attacks of Israeli soldiers and called for an independent international investigation into Israel’s conduct.
The German Left party is a successor party to a post Berlin Wall party (PDS) that largely arose out of the East German state’s Socialist Unity Party. The now-defunct Socialist Unity Party was a declared enemy of the Jewish state, and enabled weapons deliveries to Israel’s Arab enemies during the Cold War.
Sonja Giese, a spokeswoman for the Left party’s executive board, wrote the Post on Friday in the name of the party’s top executive members Katja Kipping, Bernd Riexinger and Jörg Schindler.
Giese wrote that the resolution “is not a change in our basic position and does not have the character of a comprehensive position to the Middle East conflict.”
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"Parteigenossen der deutschen Linken erfüllen "lange Tradition des Judenhasses"
Von BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Die anti-israelische Resolution ist Teil der "antisemitischen, antizionistischen Elemente" der deutschen Linken und erfüllt "eine lange Tradition des Hasses auf Juden".
Der Leiter des Jerusalemer Büros des Simon-Wiesenthal-Zentrums, Dr. Efraim Zuroff, hat am Donnerstag vernichtende Kritik an dem Vorstand der deutschen Linkspartei geübt, weil er nur den jüdischen Staat in seiner Resolution gegen IDF-Maßnahmen im von der Hamas kontrollierten Gazastreifen beschuldigte."
@ Jetzt sind die Linken drann,Hauptsache die Deutschen....
-Darf man sagen das die nicht immer Recht haben,oder haben die das Recht gepachtet...?
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