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A Tailwind for Terrorism

March 30, 2016
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Incitement Comes from Here and Abroad

ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו במקום האירוע בת"א צילום חיים צח / לע"מ photo by Haim Zach / GPO

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“Anti-Semitism still exists and is becoming more and more vicious. I call on the international community to act in opposition to anti-Semitism and harshly condemn any anti-Semitic act. It’s unacceptable that 70 years after the Holocaust we still see anti-Semitism in full swing. With past events in mind, we need to assure that this disaster will not be repeated, and that is precisely the responsibility of the European Union and UN [United Nations], who are staying silent in the face of these worrisome statistics.”

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commenting on Anti-Semitism Report by Minister of Diaspora Affairs, Naftali Bennett, Ynetnews

End-of-Year Press Conference by the Secretary-General

Ban Ki-moon
Amanda Voisard/UN


 “Palestinian frustration is growing under the weight of a half century of occupation and the paralysis of the peace process. Some have taken me to task for pointing out this indisputable truth. Yet, as oppressed peoples have demonstrated throughout the ages, it is human nature to react to occupation, which often serves as a potent incubator of hate and extremism.”

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, attempting to justify the current wave of Palestinian terror, Jerusalem Post


“The Secretary-General’s remarks provide a tailwind for terrorism. There is no justification for terrorism. Those Palestinians who murder do not want to build a state, they want to destroy a state and they say this openly. They want to murder Jews simply because they are Jews…They do not murder for peace and they do not murder for human rights.”

 PM Benjamin Netanyahu responding to Ban Ki-moon, Jerusalem Post

International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust at the Salles des AssemblÈes at Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, in the presence of the Minister of Health of Israel Mr. Y. Benysri here on picture: general feature during the ceremony.

Hillel C. Neuer
Pierre Virot/UN


 “No. It was not human nature for Palestinians, in the past week alone, to stab to death Dafna Meir, a mother of six children, outside her home; to stab Michal Froman, a pregnant woman; or to stab Shlomit Krigman, a 23-year-old university graduate, who just died today from her wounds.

 “It’s time for you [Ban Ki-moon and the UN] to stop making excuses and hold Palestinians responsible for their actions—those who murder, and the Fatah, Hamas and other leaders who incite them.”

Hillel C. Neuer, responding to Ban Ki-moon’s statement, UN Watch


   “We are the ones who terrorize the disbelievers. We are the ones who terrorize those who terrorize the Muslims. And with Allah’s help, we will be the ones to liberate Palestine…Whoever stands in the ranks of the disbelievers will be a target for our swords and will fall in humiliation.”

In a video statement by ISIS terrorists before they carried out the Paris attacks, Bridges For Peace


“Hitler was not morally corrupt, he was daring.”

Tawfiq Tirawi, member of the Fatah Central Committee and former head of Palestinian intelligence, in remarks broadcast on the Palestinian TV network Ma’an


 “[The Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin] Al-Husseini was…a fervent anti-Semite, the most important Nazi collaborator in the Arab world, and a political activist who worked tirelessly for the ethnic cleansing and physical destruction of the Jews in Palestine and in the Middle East as a whole… The Mufti’s openly genocidal stance toward the Jews and his emphasis on radical Islamic ideology finds expression in the actions and beliefs of Hamas. It is only when the Palestinians finally reject the Mufti and his poisonous legacy that peace will, at last, become possible.”

The Israel Project, Edy Cohen, excerpt from an article in The Tower Magazine


 “Western reporters, especially those who are ‘parachuted’ into the Middle East, would do well to remember that journalism in this region is not about being pro-Israel or pro-Palestinian. Rather, it is about being ‘pro’ the truth, even when the truth runs straight up against what they would prefer to believe.”

Excerpt from an article by Khaled Abu Toameh, Gatestone Institute


“Images of ISIS captives about to be beheaded are juxtapositioned with images of the security barrier Israel was forced to build to protect its citizens from suicide bombers during the Second Intifada. Images of the Jordanian pilot about to be burned alive in a cage are juxtapositioned with scenes of Palestinians going through a checkpoint. And images of the ISIS flag are juxtapositioned with those of the Israeli flag.

 “The obvious implication is that the security measures Israel has been forced to take in response to Palestinian suicide bombers is equivalent to what ISIS is doing to people as it seeks to forcibly establish a caliphate ruled by an extreme form of Islamic law.”

Tricia Miller, senior research analyst, Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA), citing a promotional video produced by the Christ at the Checkpoint Conference, FrontPage Mag


“We welcome every drop of blood spilled in Jerusalem. This is pure blood, clean blood, blood on its way to Allah.”

 Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, speaking to a group of Palestinian ‘activists,’ The Washington Post


David Horovitz
Photo by UJIA


[Mahmoud Abbas is] “presiding over an ongoing, strategic demonizing of Israel and Israelis—via his education system, political and spiritual leadership and mainstream and social media—that positively guarantees Palestinian violence and terrorism.”

 The Times of Israel founding editor, David Horovitz, quoted in The Tower Magazine


“On the day of the murder, while under the influence of the programs he had been exposed to on Palestinian television, the minor [Morad Bader Abdullah Adais] decided to commit a stabbing attack with the goal of murdering a Jew.”

Israeli security agency Shin Bet in a statement regarding the murder of Dafna Meir, The Tower Magazine 

“The stipends paid by the Palestinian Authority to terrorists’ families amount to some $75 million a year—about 20% of the donations funneled to the PA from Western nations and bodies. We demand that they [donor countries] monitor the use of the money and make sure it is not used to fund terrorism or incitement. It is time for the world to stop incitement and terrorism by truly supervising its donations [to the Palestinians].”

Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely, in a meeting with foreign dignitaries in Jerusalem, Israel Hayom



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