Friday, September 12, 2008

earning biscuits from my masters

Apparently, I have earned a biscuit for ‘serving my masters well’ in this post on the Broom.

Egad, when does the Protocol of the Elders of Zion motif ever get old? And quoting Haroon Siddiqui on anti-Semitism/anti-Israel sentiment does not make one’s case. Although, I have to wonder how long before the former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem will be the next authority to be channeled and then sited.

In other news, the Jerusalem Post carries this story from France:
Three counselors from the Bnei Akiva youth movement were attacked not far from the organization's central branch in Paris on Saturday afternoon.

The boys, aged between 17 and 18, had just finished the minha prayer when they were attacked by a group of Muslims, the head of Bnei Akiva's French desk, Binyamin Tuati, told The Jerusalem Post Sunday.

According to a statement released by World Bnei Akiva spokesman Tzvika Klein, the youths were initially approached by a group of three Muslim/African immigrants who began to throw chestnuts in their direction. When one of the counselors asked them why they were being attacked, the assailants began shouting anti-Semitic remarks. Ten to 12 attackers wearing brass knuckles joined the original three and beat the three Jews until police arrived.
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