Europe was responsible for the systematic, government-sponsored genocide of six million European Jews which was the culmination of centuries of hatred and violent persecution, often inspired by Christian theology. Yet, sixty years later, anti-Jewish sentiment continues unabated against Israel and the Jewish people. Socialist Europe has allowed millions of Arabs into their shores to the point that Europe is now commonly known as Eurabia and in London, even Sharia law is being practiced on Muslim civil cases.
Europe, supposedly a modern civilized country, should acknowledge firsthand that the enemies that surround Israel, these so-called “martyrs” or “resistance fighters” are nothing else than brainwashed, misguided young Arabs determined to murder and destroy everything in their paths, including women and children. However, cognizant of the large number of Arabs inhabiting their countries and the billion of Arabs around, they rather condemn a tiny country such as Israel with only 6 million Jews and shovel the Road Map into their throats, a detrimental prize for terror.
Geert Wilders, the courageous Danish producer of the film “Fitna” has been recently barred from entering London. This film describes the massacres (including 9/11) perpetrated in the name of radical Islam. Whatever happened to Freedom of speech in Britain? Yet, during the Israel/Gaza war, hordes of people were allowed to march displaying atrociously anti-Semitic insults such as “Jews going back to the ovens.” It is shameful what I have witnessed and heard so far from the EU, the UN, as well as the so-called Human Rights organizations to castigate Israel at the first opportunity with absolutely no moral grounds for doing so and encouraging the resurgence of history’s most terrible evil – antisemitism.
Europe, I have no respect for you, for your tactics, your bias, and your patent hatred toward Israel and the Jewish people in general. By this abhorrent attitude, you are showing little guilt from your past deeds by continuing to condone antisemitic attitudes, forcing Israel to go back to the suicidally indefensible pre-1967 borders (Auschwitz borders), an irresponsible capitulation to terrorism.
I hope with all my heart that in this century, it is vital that Europe and the Arab world should break this fearful tradition of unfounded jewish hatred. It is only through this realization that harmony and justice can be achieved throughout the world.