I do not want to live in a Europe where Jews flee

Arutz Sheva – Israel National News

By Giulio Meotti, 11/08/18

In France there is an Islamic anti-Jewish ethnic cleansing. Even the New York Times has noticed that and devoted an entire article to the subject.

In Aulnay-sous-Bois, 100 Jewish families remain of the 600 that existed in 2000.

In Le Blanc-Mesnil, Jews went down to 100 from 300 families.

In Clichy-sous-Bois, there remain 80 families of the 400 who lived there.

In La Courneuve, from 300 to 80.

Ouriel Elbilia, a rabbi, says that his brother in Clichy now no longer officiates at the religious services in the synagogue, since there is not a single Jew left.

50,000 French Jews left for Israel from 2000 to today.

“In the last 20 years, entire communities have moved,” said Ariel Goldmann, who leads the Jewish social services agency in France. “These places are emptying out”.

Where are the professional antiracists? Where are the Europeanists? Or maybe anti-racism in Europe applies to everyone except for the Jews, the oldest and most important minority of our poor, adrift continent?

In Le Havre, France, another attack on a synagogue just took place with “no to the Zionists, no to Israel” slogans sprayed on the building, Palestinian flags and even bullet holes lodged in the mailbox. French shame has no end.

We have imported from the Middle East, here in our once beautiful Europe, the anti-Semitic Islamic hatred, leaving a supremacist and aggressive counter-society growing within our own. And now we pay the consequences, after our elites have caressed and milked this slime of violence.


Israel is the only, I repeat the only, country in the world whose geographic map is subdivided by sectors whose demarcations are the time calculated to find a shelter from a missile.
Meanwhile, our newspapers are silent, ignoring what is one of the greatest stories of our time, the new French anti-Semitism.

The Islamists who attacked a church in Rouen, slaughtering Father Hamel at the foot of the altar, are the same ones who attack the synagogues, houses and schools of the Jews, killing them (already 13 victims).

The same Europe, shamefully silent on its own internal anti-Semitism, is mute about Hamas firing rockets on the synagogues and the houses of the south of Israel. Israel is the only, I repeat the only, country in the world whose geographic map is subdivided by sectors whose demarcations are the time calculated to find a shelter from a missile.

When the siren sounds, Ashkelon residents have 30 seconds to find a safe room. Beersheva has a minute. For Eshkol residents, 15 seconds is the maximum time. 10 seconds, maybe less, is a more accurate estimate. In Kerem Shalom, where when you’ve heard the alarm it’s probably too late. In Nahal Oz, once the antiaircraft siren sounds, you have 7 seconds to reach a shelter.

Jews fleeing their own houses in France. Jews sheltering in their own houses in Israel. That’s the story of contemporary anti-Semitism.

Meet Carole Basri

Meet Carole Basri

Carole Basri is senior vice president of Balint, Brown and Basri LLC, a legal staffing company, and is an adjunct professor at Fordham University Law School.

Basri was assistant counsel on the U.S. Senate Antitrust and Monopoly Subcommittee, and was an attorney at the Federal Trade Commission. She was in-house counsel at the advertising agency of NW Ayer Inc., which she left to become an associate at Baker & McKenzie. Later, she joined Hall, Dickler, Lawler, Kent and Friedman. Basri was in-house counsel at Maidenform Inc. and a consultant to the Perrier Group, Inc. From 1994 to 2002, she was a consultant to Deloitte & Touche LLP, and helped to create its Ethics and Compliance practice.

In 2003, Basri was a member of the U.S. State Department’s “Future of Iraq” Project. She was also a member for the Coalition Provisional Authority, and worked with the Iraqi Reconstruction Development Council on business, anti-corruption and transparency issues in Iraq. Basri also worked with the Iraqi Ministry of Health and the Iraqi Red Crescent on health and legal issues. She is now president of the World Organization of Jews from Iraq. Basri is also a documentary film producer, and recently produced a documentary on hemophiliacs in Iraq who contracted AIDS through tainted blood.

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