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Erstellt am 29.07.2018, 12:50 Uhr und am 29.07.2018, 12:51 Uhr geändert.
@ Es geht ohne Gott in die Dunkelheit...

Erstellt am 11.08.2018, 22:34 Uhr

German Left party MPs fulfill ‘long tradition of hatred of Jews’
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.”

Erstellt am 12.08.2018, 17:13 Uhr und am 12.08.2018, 17:14 Uhr geändert.
Google Teil-Überstzung:

"Parteigenossen der deutschen Linken erfüllen "lange Tradition des Judenhasses"
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...?

Erstellt am 13.08.2018, 13:45 Uhr
Shimon, das wirkt, als würdest lustlos eine lästige Pflicht erfüllen.

Erstellt am 25.08.2018, 10:13 Uhr
The new Hitler
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has labeled the Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei of Iran “the new Hitler” of the Middle East. What might have prompted the prince’s pronouncement? He views Iran’s, and therefore Khamenei’s, blatant power-grab tactics throughout the Middle East as comparable to those of Adolf Hitler in Europe during the early 1930s. Bin Salman is the son of His Highness Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.

MbS, as Mohammad bin Salman is been known in some circles, burst onto the scene with ideas of modernizing Saudi Arabia and moving that absolute monarchy ruled by Sharia (Islamic law) into the 21st century. His determination to do that is coupled with the desire to make his country a major global player. Among his first actions as crown prince was traveling to the United States, Russia and China to introduce himself to those major world players.

Bin Salman indicated early in his official elevation that he was opposed to Shia-led Arabs infiltrating Syria, and their attempts to establish a caliphate in Muslim countries. He is especially concerned about an incursion into Islam holy sites such as Mecca and Medina. His moral clarity has been in full view, especially as it relates to Iran and its world threat.

The rapid rise of radical Islam in Europe, the United States and many other places is jarringly evocative of the rise of the Nazis. This should bring a shadow of déjà vu over the entire world. Unfortunately, many schools no longer teach about those moments in history that forever changed the world. Sadly, students of history are discouraged from making comparisons, such as that between radical Islam and terrorist attacks, or between Ali Khamenei and the Nazis. It is simply not politically correct in the 21st century. Those things that might cast a light on how to avoid repeating history are seldom debated.

It appears that the crown prince has offered his country as the bulwark against Iranian incursion, while imploring other world leaders to stand against the danger of the Shia regime in Tehran. Iran’s meddling in the affairs of other nations should not be deemed gratuitous, but rather a warning of what is almost surely to come.

While world powers have focused of late on North Korea and the ever-unpredictable Kim Jong Un, it appears the more probable arena of conflict could well be the Middle East. An enmity – dating from the seventh century – between what are now Saudi Arabia and Iran could trigger a conflict that could pull Russia and the US into defending their respective allies.

HOLLYWOOD HAS made numerous movies about zombies – the living dead. The world is staring at the reality of reviving three such carcasses: the Persian Empire, the Russian Empire and an Arab caliphate. Any one of these could wreak havoc on global security. A triumvirate would be anathema to the entire world.

The Persian Empire and an Arab caliphate would be the perfect match-up with Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei as its leader. As the new Hitler, he would be in a position to leave a trail of dead and dying strewn across the Middle East, as did the Nazi leader throughout Europe. Hitler had apparently outlined a group of “key” countries that he saw as germane to his unfettered ambition to control Europe. Among them were Poland, Czechoslovakia, France and Austria-Hungary.

The Gulf region of the Middle East is squarely on Khamenei’s list of “key” states and thus justifies his dispatching Iran’s Revolutionary Guard to locations such as Syria, with which there is no shared border and no danger of invasion. Nor does it prevent a Shia/Sunni clash with terrorist groups such as the Sunni-controlled Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood, and Islamic Jihad fitting firmly in the ayatollah’s pocket. Hitler

As with Hitler before him, Khamenei is a fascist – a dictatorial leader who readily suppresses any opposition and has an iron grip on Iran’s industry and trade. He is the supreme authority who determines the course Iran will take. At some point in his iron-fisted rule, he will likely set his sights on the opposition, a Sunni-led Saudi Arabia, and will prove the crown prince correct in his assessment that a new Hitler has sent his troops storming through the Middle East.

On his way to supremacy, Khamenei’s legions could easily conquer Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar. His Revolutionary Guard would make ISIS appear as though it engaged in child’s play. Like Hitler before him, the supreme leader places little, if any, value on human life. Therefore, no one would be safe – not Sunnis, not Christians, not Jews, and not even those Shia who fail to fall in line with his rising caliphate.

The writer has published 89 books, including The New Hitler. He is the founder of Friends of Zion Museum in Jerusalem and serves on President Trump’s Evangelical Faith Initiative.

Erstellt am 25.08.2018, 12:09 Uhr

@ What does the world have with this people?

Erstellt am 29.08.2018, 19:27 Uhr
Human rights groups slam Iran for prison terms of Christians and Dervishes
“Stop the harassment, arbitrary arrest and detention, and imprisonment of Christians, including converts, in Iran,”
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch blasted the Islamic Republic of Iran for its sweeping violent crackdown on Christians and Dervishes, including imposing lengthy prison terms on the members of the religious minority groups.

The London-based Amnesty International wrote on August 24 that Iran’s regime should “Quash the convictions and sentences of Victor Bet-Tamraz, Shamiram Issavi, Amin Afshar-Naderi, and Hadi Asgari, as they have been targeted solely for the peaceful exercise of their rights to freedoms of religion and belief, expression, and association, through their Christian faith.”

Amnesty said that “Pastor Victor Bet-Tamraz and Shamiram Issavi, ethnic Assyrian Christians, and Amin Afshar-Naderi and Hadi Asgari, Christian converts, have been sentenced to between five and 15 years in prison. They have been targeted solely for peacefully practicing their Christian faith. The authorities have cited peaceful activities such as holding private Christmas gatherings, organizing and conducting house churches, and travelling outside Iran to attend Christian seminars, as ‘illegal church activities’ which ‘threaten national security’ in order justify their convictions. The individuals, who are all currently free on bail, are awaiting the verdict of the appeal court.”

“Stop the harassment, arbitrary arrest and detention, and imprisonment of Christians, including converts, in Iran,” wrote Amnesty in its statement.

Amnesty noted, “On 26 December 2014, Victor Bet-Tamraz, was arrested with Amin Afshar-Naderi and one other individual after plain-clothed security forces raided his home in Tehran during a private Christmas gathering. They were taken to Tehran’s Evin prison where they had no access to their lawyers and little contact with their families. They were released on bail several months later. On 21 May 2017, they were put on trial with Hadi Asgari, who had been arrested in a separate incident on 26 August 2016 in the city of Firuzkuh, Tehran Province. In July 2017, Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran sentenced each of them to 10 years in prison on the charge of ‘forming a group composed of more than two people with the purpose of disrupting national security’ in relation to their church activities.”

“The same court sentenced Amin Afshar-Naderi to a further five years in prison for ‘insulting Islamic sanctities’ for a comical Facebook post he shared from someone else’s account that adopted a Quranic writing style about the sharp rise in the price of chicken in Iran. Hadi Asgari was released on bail in April 2018,” wrote Amnesty.

The European Union, according to Iran experts, appears to be prioritizing the preservation of the Iran nuclear deal over human rights abuses in the Islamic Republic. The US withdraw from the atomic agreement in May and the EU seeks to retain the deal.
Tzvi Kahn, a senior Iran analyst at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, wrote in a policy article titled “The EU’s Passivity on Iran’s Human Rights Abuses,” that, “Whereas the Trump administration has issued fresh sanctions against 17 [Iranian] human rights abusers to date, the EU has imposed no new human rights sanctions since the 2015 nuclear deal. While Washington has repeatedly voiced robust support for Iran’s ongoing protests, the EU has offered only mild, and intermittent, expressions of solidarity.”

The New York City-based Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday, “Since May 2018, revolutionary courts have sentenced at least 208 members of the religious minority to prison terms and other punishments in trials that violate their basic rights. The authorities detained more than 300 community members in the notorious Fashafuyeh and Qarchack prisons after late February protests that included violent clashes between protesters and security forces in Tehran.”

Iran’s courts imposed punishments “that include prison terms ranging from four months to 26 years, flogging, internal exile, travel bans, and a ban on membership in social and political groups. Flogging as punishment is recognized under international human rights law as a form of torture,” wrote Human Rights Watch.

“The unjust trials of over 200 Dervishes is one of the largest crackdowns against a religious minority in Iran in a decade,” said Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East and North Africa director at Human Rights Watch. “Authorities have used the February protests as an excuse to intimidate this vulnerable group and silence another segment of Iranian society demanding basic rights from a repressive security state.”

“The sentencing of more than 200 Dervish community members in violation of their fair trial rights is the latest reminder of the way the Iranian authorities’ repressive security apparatus preys on their own citizens every day,” Whitson said.

Erstellt am 29.08.2018, 21:14 Uhr

@ What does the world have with this people?

Erstellt am 29.08.2018, 22:04 Uhr
@ how could you copy and paste such a sofasticacate question?

Erstellt am 28.09.2018, 14:14 Uhr
„Man muss sich nicht so tief bücken wie die Bundesregierung“

Erstellt am 28.09.2018, 15:07 Uhr
"- Wie könnten Sie eine solche Softiastate-Frage kopieren und einfügen?"

@ Der Mensch frägt sich halt,ob alle Unrecht haben oder auch nicht?

Erstellt am 28.09.2018, 19:17 Uhr
Hallo, Shimon,
du Ignorant.Schon wieder Fremdsprachen!

Erstellt am 29.09.2018, 08:08 Uhr
Das sagt der Terrorpate Erdogan!

Erdogan rügt Steinmeier beim Staatsbankett im Schloss Bellevue

Es war ein ziemlich ruhiger Abend anlässlich des Staatsbanketts im Schloss Bellevue. Dann sprach Bundespräsident Steinmeier in seiner Rede von den Verhaftungen in der Türkei. Das missfiel dem Ehrengast gewaltig. Der Tag im Liveticker.

Erstellt am 29.09.2018, 09:03 Uhr

@ Ja, wenn man so einen komischen Vogel zum Kaffee einläd,kann nichts besseres rauskommen.

Erstellt am 29.09.2018, 12:48 Uhr
Shimon, meinst du Erdogans Staatsterror?

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