Tagged: Extremism

IMEU Video: Netanyahu Parters With Israel’s Extremist Right Videos
IMEU

IMEU Video: Netanyahu Parters With Israel’s Extremist Right

Israeli society continues its downward spiral into extremism. Disciples of Meir Kahane, the racist Israeli-American rabbi and militant, may be poised to enter the next Israeli government alongside Benjamin Netanyahu. Kahane founded the Jewish Defense League, an FBI-classified terrorist group that violently attacked Arab-Americans, and called for the forced expulsion of all Palestinians.

on February 26, 2019
Israeli Racism Unmasks Netanyahu Goodwill Video Op-Eds & Analysis
Jonathan Cook, Mondoweiss

Israeli Racism Unmasks Netanyahu Goodwill Video

Was it meant as an epic parody or an insult to his audience’s intelligence? It was hard to tell. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to social media to apologize for last year’s notorious election-day comment, when he warned that “the Arabs are coming out to vote in droves” – a reference to the fifth of Israel’s population who are Palestinian...

on August 4, 2016
Suspected Mastermind of Jewish Terrorism to Be Released From Israeli Jail News Roundup
Chaim Levinson, Haaretz

Suspected Mastermind of Jewish Terrorism to Be Released From Israeli Jail

The Shin Bet security service's number one Jewish suspect of terrorism will be released from administrative detention later this month, state prosecutors said Tuesday. According to the prosecutors, the Shin Bet security service will not ask to extend the administrative detention order against Meir Ettinger when it expires at the end of May.

on May 17, 2016
Israel Charges Suspected Jewish Terror Group for Attacks Against Palestinians News Roundup
Chaim Levinson, Haaretz

Israel Charges Suspected Jewish Terror Group for Attacks Against Palestinians

Israel indicted seven Israelis on Monday suspected of carrying out attacks against Palestinians in the vicinity of the West Bank city of Ramallah. A gag order lifted on Wednesday revealed the arrests of the suspected Jewish terrorist group accused of attacking Palestinians.

on April 25, 2016
Boy Who Survived ‘Jewish Terror Attack’ Does Not Know Family Died News Roundup
Paul Goldman

Boy Who Survived ‘Jewish Terror Attack’ Does Not Know Family Died

"Where are my parents? Where is my brother?" Four-year-old Ahmad Dawabseh constantly asks his grandfather those questions — but his grandfather cannot answer. That's because specialists at Sheba Medical Center advise the 51-year-old not to tell Ahmad that his father, mother and 18-month-old brother were killed by alleged Jewish extremists who firebombed their home five months ago.

on January 16, 2016
From N.Y.C. to the West Bank: Following the Money Trail That Supports Israeli Settlements News Roundup
Uri Blau, Haaretz

From N.Y.C. to the West Bank: Following the Money Trail That Supports Israeli Settlements

The road leading to the Jewish enclaves in Hebron passes by the Meir Kahane Park in Kiryat Arba, the burial site of Baruch Goldstein, who murdered 29 Palestinians in a 1994 massacre. The center of the old city of Hebron looks like the set of an urban war movie: barriers and concrete blocks everywhere, lookouts on rooftops, armed soldiers at intersections.

on December 7, 2015
Israeli Government Support for the Extremist Temple Mount Movement Fact Sheets
IMEU

Israeli Government Support for the Extremist Temple Mount Movement

Over the past decade, the messianic Temple Mount movement has grown rapidly, gravitating from the margins of Israeli society to the mainstream. The IMEU offers the following fact sheet providing an overview of Israeli government support for the extremist Temple Mount movement, whose provocations in occupied East Jerusalem are one of the main causes of the current crisis in the occupied Palestinian territories and Israel.

on November 4, 2015
Look Who’s Going to Be Israel’s Police Chief Op-Eds & Analysis
GIdeon Levy, Haaretz

Look Who’s Going to Be Israel’s Police Chief

Roni Alsheich is a man with a very dubious past. In a law-abiding country, no one would even imagine appointing him police commissioner. In Israel, they place a crown on his head. The national chorus sings his praises. The Turkel Committee, a panel that will deal only with trivialities, won’t consider discussing in its meeting today the real stains on his past.

on October 1, 2015
What I Saw Inside the House of Ali Dawabsheh, the Palestinian Baby Burnt to Death Op-Eds & Analysis
Naomi Clugston, The Independent

What I Saw Inside the House of Ali Dawabsheh, the Palestinian Baby Burnt to Death

I stare at the wreckage in front of me, and see a living room that will no longer host family parties, celebrate birthdays, or host grandparents. Low murmurs stir the silence. Naser, the uncle of the baby who had burned in the wreckage, stands nearby. His face is gaunt. His eyes exhausted. His silence as heavy as the air.

on September 15, 2015
{/exp:tag:entries}