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zondag 22 sep 2013
Bron:  i24 news - foto: onder beveiliging van de politie verlaten burgers het shoppingcenter van Nairobi waar de aanval op 21 september is begonnen

afp - onder beveiliging van de politie verlaten burgers het shoppingcenter van Nairobi waar de aanval op 21 september is begonnen"Attaque à Nairobi : des forces israéliennes seraient intervenues pour sauver les otages" - i24 news

Israël prendrait part au secours des otages sous la forme d'une intervention armée ou d'un appui logistique

Des agents israéliens sont intervenus dimanche aux côtés des forces kényanes dans le centre commercial Westgate de Nairobi, où au moins 59 personnes ont été tuées dans l'assaut d'un commando islamiste, toujours retranché sur place avec des otages. ...

donderdag 12 sep 2013
Bron:  The Algemeiner - foto: 9/11 Airplane Photo Gallery - "Flight 175" - 2nd World Trade Center Attack

Remembering Daniel Lewin, IDF Veteran, First 9/11 Victim

By most accounts, Daniel Lewin was the first victim of the September 11th, 2001 terror attacks on New York's World Trade Center, writes CNN.com.

Lewin, an entrepreneur and American-born Jew who had served in the Israeli military, was sitting in seat 9B on American Airlines Flight 11, the first plane to hit the World Trade Center.

According to flight attendants' calls relayed to authorities on the ground, the first passenger to be killed  in the hijacked plane was seated in 9B. A 2002 FAA memo suggests he may have been killed after he attempted to foil the hijacking. He was stabbed to death....

donderdag 12 sep 2013
Bron:  Times of Israel - foto: Thomas Bach [ Sven Teschke/Wikipedia commons]

Thomas Bach (photo credit: Sven Teschke/Wikipedia commons)"New Olympic chief heads Arab-German trade group set up to boycott Israel"

Thomas Bach supported predecessor Jacques Rogge in refusing to hold a moment of silence at 2012 Olympics for the 11 Israelis murdered at 1972 Munich Games

The newly elected president of the International Olympic Committee heads a German-based organization that helps companies to guarantee that their products do not contain anything from Israel.

Thomas Bach, a German who was elected Tuesday for an initial eight-year term at an IOC session in Buenos Aires, is chairman of Ghorfa, the Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which was set up in the 1970s by Arab countries to boycott trade with Israel.

"It betrays the principles of sportsmanship and fair play ...

woensdag 11 sep 2013
Bron:  Tabletmag.com - foto: anti-joodse slogans tijdens een betoging in Libië op 7 okt. 2011. (Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images)
anti-joodse pamfletten tijdens betoging in Libië okt 2011 (Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images)"Why Literally Everyone in the World Hates the Jews, and What To Do About It"

Two new scholarly books show how even the most neutral academic can feel bound to answer anti-Semites' demonic vigor in kind - By David Mikics - September 4, 2013 - tabletmag.com

In many parts of the world, Jews are increasingly unwelcome in the 21st century. The number of countries in which wearing visibly Jewish clothing such as a kippa means risking physical violence has hit an all-time high. On both the individual and the national level, Jews are targeted with extraordinary ferocity: We hear Israelis (but no one else) being compared to Nazis; we are told that Jewish nationalism is oppressive and archaic; that Israel is a uniquely racist country; that Israel's terrible misdeeds explain why people hate Jews. Instead of being seen as ordinary or all too human, Jews are seen as carriers of a uniquely transcendent evil. No other group of people on the planet is accused so much and of such fantastic wrongs. For a few decades after the Holocaust, it seemed that anti-Semitism might wane or even die out. That hope has now been defeated. Could anything we do or say stem the tide, or will Jew-hatred persist as long as there are Jews to hate? ...

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