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German court rules synagogue torching NOT anti-Semitism

Friday, January 13, 2017 14:01
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The Germans are reverting to form —

If any country should be vigilant and attuned to the road to genocide, it should be Germany. But no Fuhrer Merkel is obsessed with not insulting Muslims or criticizing Islam. She has enlisted the cyberdork Mark Zuckerberg to censor and report and comments critical of the Muslim invasion of Europe (photo above).

The bombing was done by – wait for it — Mohamad E., Ismail A. and Mohammad A.

Islamic Jew-hatred is in the Quran. It’s a religious imperative.

German court rules synagogue torching not anti-Semitism, but act to ‘criticize Israel’

By Douglas Ernst – The Washington Times – Friday, January 13, 2017

A German regional court has ruled that three men who used Molotov cocktails in July 2014 to torch a synagogue were not influenced by anti-Semitism.

A Wuppertal judge last Friday upheld a lower court’s 2015 ruling that German-Palestinians convicted of arson against the city’s synagogue did so merely to “criticize Israel” and “bring attention to the Gaza conflict.” Fire damage caused by 31-year-old Mohamad E., 26-year-old Ismail A. and 20-year-old Mohammad A. (full names withheld by German authorities) totaled almost $850.

The court went on to cite Israel’s Operation Protective Edge against Hamas in the summer of 2014 — and the criminals’ consumption of alcohol — as the apparent impetus for the crime, the Jerusalem Post reported Friday.

“What do Jews in Germany have to do with the Middle East conflict? Every bit as much as Christians, non-religious people or Muslims in Germany, namely, absolutely nothing,” said Volker Beck, a leading Green Party MP, after the lower court’s initial ruling, JP reported. “The ignorance of the judiciary toward anti-Semitism is for many Jews in Germany especially alarming.”

The is not the first time Wuppertal’s court system has made national news in a story linked to Islam. Its district court judges ruled last November that gangs of men who harangued citizens in 2014 while wearing “shariah police” vests did not break any laws.


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