More vile anti-Semitism from the Left

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Yea, so National Socialist equals a conservative

Problem is, on the democrat side of things they seem to be normalizing anti-Semitism openly.

I don't think anti-Semites like Omar will ever be chastised again for her offensive comments.
We know you're obsessed with smearing the left and liberals. Do you think Mark Levin exercises any influence, whatsoever, over the politics and opinions of American Jews? If so, you're living in a bubble.

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I saw the five or six guys standing there with a sign. Did you notice the thousands of anti-Semitic torch bearers at the Unite-the-Right rally chanting "Jews will not replace us"?
Well apparently you did not watch the video since there were more signs than just one.

I've watched other footage of people screaming of "Jewish bankers" to go home, much the way Omar would have said take your "Benjamins" and go home.

Well at least you finally admit to the anti-Semitism on the Left, even though you believe it is only 6 people.

Whatever.
 
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Well apparently you did not watch the video since there were more signs than just one.

I've watched other footage of people screaming of "Jewish bankers" to go home, much the way Omar would have said take your "Benjamins" and go home.

Well at least you finally admit to the anti-Semitism on the Left, even though you believe it is only 6 people.

Whatever.
Can we expect even more threads like this from you? They're never ending and your tired old point never changes.
 
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Can we expect even more threads like this from you? They're never ending and your tired old point never changes.
Compared to the "Trump is Hitler" threads and "his supporters are all racist Nazi's", it is just a drop in the bucket.

But that is the charm of the Left. They know how to project and propagandize. I reckon it helps having virtually the entire media to join your efforts.
 
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Compared to the "Trump is Hitler" threads and "his supporters are all racist Nazi's", it is just a drop in the bucket.
In my five months on DDT, I have not seen any 'Trump is Hitler' threads here, but you've posted over a dozen the 'left are Nazis' ones. Feel free to continue to obsessively post them, but they're not changing any minds - and your evidence isn't compelling.

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Freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) admitted in a recent interview that she experiences a "calming feeling" whenever she thinks about the Holocaust because her Palestinian ancestors helped "create a safe haven for Jews."
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However, Tlaib claimed in the same interview the role was "forced on" her ancestors "in a way that took their human dignity away."
What did Tlaib say?
"There's kind of a calming feeling, I always tell folks, when I think of the Holocaust and the tragedy of the Holocaust and the fact that it was my ancestors — Palestinians — who lost their land and some lost their lives, their livelihood, the human dignity, their existence in many ways had been wiped out," Tlaib said.
"All of it was in the name of trying to create a safe haven for Jews, post the Holocaust, post the tragedy and horrific persecution of Jews across the world at that time. And, I love the fact that it was my ancestors that provided that, right?" she continued. "But they did it in a way that took their human dignity away, right? And it was forced on them."

Tlaib made her shocking remarks during an appearance on Yahoo News' "Skullduggery" podcast last week.
Rashida Tlaib on the Holocaustyoutu.be
Tlaib's comments came in response to podcast co-host Dan Klaidman, who asked about Tlaib's support of a one-state solution between Israel and Palestine. Tlaib said she supports a one-state solution because it would provide equity for both Jews and Muslims.
However, Klaidman was quick to call out the freshman lawmaker, noting that a one-state solution would make Jews a minority in a single Arab-Israel state.
"But Dan it's not up to us to decide what it looks like," Tlaib shot back.
When the podcast hosts pushed back further, Tlaib launched into a broadside against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying a two-state solution is "impossible" because Netanyahu has "proceeded to divide, how he has proceeded to dissect and segregate communities."
What was the reaction to Tlaib's comments?
The Michigan lawmaker was widely condemned on social media for her "breathtakingly vile" comments.
But she was also called out for what appears to be historical ignorance concerning the connection between top Nazi leaders and Haj Amin al-Husseini, the top Islamic leader in Jerusalem during the inter-war period who remained a top leader during the war.
Not only did al-Husseini meet with Adolf Hitler during the war, but he held a well-documented relationship with SS commander Heinrich Himmler, the mastermind behind the Nazi "final solution."
And while some historians have attempted to say that al-Husseini was unaware of the Holocaust, most serious historians believe al-Husseini had intimate knowledge of the genocide.
Al-Husseini also attempted to block Jews escaping Europe from settling in Palestine.


Rashida Tlaib makes 'breathtakingly vile' comments about the Holocaust — and rewrites history in process
...as if Haj Amin al-Husseini acted in representation of all Muslims in the Mandate.

Indeed, he didn't even have very much support there in the first place, when compared to other candidates.:

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Mufti of Jerusalem

Sir Herbert Samuel, recently appointed British High Commissioner, declared a general amnesty for those convicted of complicity in the riots of 1920, excluding only Amin and Al Aref. During a visit later that year to the Bedouin tribes of Transjordan who harboured the two political refugees, Samuel offered a pardon to both and al- Al Aref accepted with alacrity. Husseini initially rebuffed the offer, on the grounds that he was not a criminal. He accepted the pardon only in the wake of the death of his half-brother, the mufti Kamil al-Husayni, in March 1921.[46] Elections were then held, and of the four candidates running for the office of Mufti, al-Husseini received the least number of votes, the first three being Nashashibi candidates. Nevertheless, Samuel was anxious to keep a balance between the al-Husseinis and their rival clan the Nashashibis.[47] A year earlier the British had replaced Musa al-Husayni as Mayor of Jerusalem with Ragheb al-Nashashibi. They then moved to secure for the Husseini clan a compensatory function of prestige by appointing one of them to the position of mufti, and, with the support of Ragheb al-Nashashibi, prevailing upon the Nashashibi front-runner, Sheikh Hussam ad-Din Jarallah, to withdraw. This automatically promoted Amin al-Husseini to third position, which, under Ottoman law, allowed him to qualify, and Samuel then chose him as Mufti.[48] His initial appointment was as Mufti, but when the Supreme Muslim Council was created in the following year, Husseini demanded and received the title Grand Mufti that had earlier been created, perhaps on the lines of Egyptian usage,[49] by the British for his half-brother Kamil.[50][51][52] The position came with a life tenure.[53]

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amin_al-Husseini
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