People are mad about the Jews murdering all those people in Palestine.
The Jews have cried havoc and let slip the dogs of censorship.
Five Jewish groups penned a letter to President Joe Biden on Friday expressing concern about the recent surge of antisemitic hate crimes in the U.S. amid the military confrontation between Israel and Hamas, which agreed to a cease-fire this week.
The American Jewish Community, the Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Federations of North America, Hadassah and the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America called on the president to use his platform to condemn antisemitism and take a number of actions to combat anti-Jewish hate in the U.S.
“We are grateful for the current ceasefire in the conflict between Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas, but we fear that the way the conflict has been used to amplify antisemitic rhetoric, embolden dangerous actors and attack Jews and Jewish communities will have ramifications far beyond these past two weeks,” the groups wrote.
The cease-fire between Israel and Hamas took effect Thursday evening after both parties agreed to halt an 11-day military confrontation that left at least 230 Palestinians and 13 Israelis dead. Some 58,000 Palestinians have fled their homes, the Associated Press reported.
The conflict has increased tensions in the U.S. – online and in person – between supporters of Israel and Palestinians. The Anti-Defamation League, a New York-based international Jewish organization, said it has seen a “dangerous and drastic surge” in antisemitic hate crimes since the conflict broke out.
“We are tracking acts of harassment, vandalism and violence as well as a torrent of online abuse,” Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement Thursday. He added, “It’s happening around the world.”
The Anti-Defamation League said it has documented “disturbing antisemitism” on multiple social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok. The group said its analysis of Twitter posts from May 7 to May 14 found more than 17,000 tweets used variations of the phrase, “Hitler was right.”
“ADL has also seen an increase in on-the-ground activity that demonizes Israel and that has crossed at times into antisemitism,” the group said in a statement.
Thousands of people have marched in major U.S. cities in recent weeks to protest Israel’s actions. The majority of protesters “have stayed within the lines of free and civil discourse,” but there have been “some expressions of clear antisemitism at these events,” the Anti-Defamation League said.
The group said it has documented “signs that invoke the age-old antisemitic accusation that Jews are responsible for killing Jesus” and “Holocaust analogies that demonize Zionists.”
The article goes on to say that Jews are supposedly being attacked and their synagogues smashed up.
Jews are incapable of recognizing that there could ever be any causal link between their behavior and people’s response to their behavior. It is always “people are using our behavior as an excuse to hate us for no reason.”
People will say: “but wait – maybe they hate you for your behavior?”
And Jews will reply: “ah ha, yes, you would think that, wouldn’t you? But, no. They hate us for no reason and then they just use our behavior as an excuse to express the hatred they have for no reason.”
Then Bill de Blasio says, “ah, right. Makes sense.”
I would be shocked if this makes sense to people who are not Bill de Blasio.
The anti-Semitism were seeing across our country isn’t in isolation and isn’t just a few incidents. It’s part of a horrible and consistent pattern.
History teaches us we ignore that pattern at our own peril.
We have to stand up to it. We have to call it out. pic.twitter.com/I99gXDfBSS
— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 21, 2021