How is this for a rallying cry: “Jews are our dogs”?
Canada, are you OK with this? I have to assume so because no one said a word when predominantly Muslim students shared that statement, July 4 in Mississauga, Ontario at Celebration Square at the “Mississauga Protest for Palestine.”
I guess this is Canada’s idea of diversity in action.
Here is the battle cry:
Praise Allah. Allah is the Greatest
Free free Palestine
Palestine will never die
Long live Palestine
Palestine will be free from the [Jordan] River to the [Mediterranean] Sea
We will sacrifice [redeem] our soul and blood for Palestine [Originally in Arabic]
Martyrs by the millions march to [Al-Quds] Jerusalem [Originally in Arabic]
We may die but Palestine will live [Originally in Arabic]
Palestine is our country and the Jews are our dogs [Originally in Arabic]
You want to talk about systemic racism, well people, here it is: Jacism: innate endemic, systemic Jew hatred. And it slips off the tongue with such ease and without fear of repercussion. Taking my cue from the definition of Islamophobia, here is the definitive definition of Jacism: Jacism is rooted in racism and is a type of racism that targets expressions of Jewishness or perceived Jewishness.
Calls to eradicate, eliminate, annihilate Israel for the development of a 24th Muslim- only Judenrein state in the Middle East is fine and dandy in Canada. Can you imagine calling for the eradication of any other state? I can. Hong Kong. China wants to destroy Hong Kong and the media is all over it. As is the UN. But for Muslims to call for the end of the only Jewish state, that’s OK.
And that is systemic Racism/Jacism.
While the world is in spams over J.K. Rowling having the unmitigated gall to state that WOMEN menstruate, not a word about “Jews are our dogs.” Why is that?
What would have happened if someone screamed Muslims are our dogs? How about gays are our dogs! Or Blacks are our dogs? Can you just picture a white man holding a leash attached to a dog collar on a black man on all fours? Do you think there would be cries of racism? How dare you say such a thing? On your knees and apologize! There would be a Twitter storm with Tweets from the PM, the Premier, the Mayor, Church leaders; the Pope! Instagram would be shaming everyone. There would be articles in newspapers and diatribes on MSM. In Canada, the CBC would be beside itself with Matt Galloway attacking the racists! Talk Radio AM 640: Canada’s #1 station for talk radio, the home of John Oakley, Mike Stafford, Jeff McArthur and Bill Carroll would be overwhelmed with comments and demands for the eradication of racism against black people. There would be editorials in the National Post, a paper that has declared there is systemic racism in Canada and how dare you suggest otherwise? And the Toronto Star, home of the fight against racism would have a front page story.
But attacks against Jews are accepted.
That’s systemic Racism/Jacism.
Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC) reached out to Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie calling on the mayor to speak out publicly against the hate that was spewed at the protest and send a clear message that the city will not permit such antisemitism and other forms of hatred.
Not a word. Silence.
Because it is only against the Jews.
And that is systemic Racism/Jacism.
And calling “Jews are our dogs” is not new. There were tweets in 2013.
(Palestine is our country and the Jews are our dogs)
Lina Assi, a former research assistant at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario who served as the President of Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR) at the University, tweeted on July 24, 2014 (Palestine is our country and the Jews are our dogs)
And Jews are not only dogs in the Muslim world, they are pigs and apes. And this is OK in Canada. I know because no one has raised a fuss.
Euro[pean] zio [Zionist] Js [Jews] are pigs eye.on.palestine #Palestine
Do you remember the calls of Jew-hatred, antisemitism, then? No? Neither did I.
And the reason for that is systemic Racism/Jacism.
From the Ethics of the Fathers: “Rabbi Tarfon used to say, it is not incumbent upon you to complete the task, but you are not exempt from undertaking it.”