Jewish Torah vs Zionism

Yossi Schwartz ISL (RCIT section in Israel/Occupied Palestine), 11.03.2024

The Jewish Torah says: “If your enemy is hungry, give him food to eat; And if he is thirsty, give him water to drink” [1] The Zionists say kill all of them and starve them to death.

The Zionists who did nothing to save the Jews from the Nazis, nor send one bullet to the Jewish resistance in the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Uprising or any other uprising, love to use the memory of the holocausts for political and financial reasons. Any far-right politician, even fascist, is invited to Vad Vashem.

To mention some cases: “Three members of the German Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in the Bundestag toured Yad Vashem on Tuesday after they allegedly weren’t able to meet with senior Israeli officials since the party is boycotted by the Israeli government. Two of the visitors are members of the Bundestag and the third is a political assistant. Yad Vashem chairman Dani Dayan tweeted on Tuesday that “three AfD Bundestag members toured Yad Vashem.” Dayan emphasized that “Yad Vashem is open to all, especially to those in need of intensive Holocaust education. The AfD and its members still have a long way to go in understanding the Holocaust and addressing German responsibility for this past.” [2]

On January 24 2024 “across Germany, as many as 1 million people streamed into streets and city squares last week to protest the surging popularity and ever crasser messaging of the extreme right-wing party Alternative for Germany (AfD). In Berlin alone, under the banner “Defend democracy: Together against the right,” more than 100,000 people crammed onto the Bundestag lawn on the evening of Jan. 21, flowing over into the adjacent streets between Brandenburg Gate and the city’s central train station. The signs and speeches everywhere from the Baltic Sea port of Rostock to the city of Freiburg near the Swiss border hit a similar note: The AfD’s stripe of right-wing radicalism is out of place in democratic Germany” [3]

“Italian Deputy Prime Minister Gianfranco Fini, the leader of Italy’s National Alliance party, is to arrive this evening for an official visit in Israel. On the four-day trip, Fini will visit Yad Vashem, meet heads of state and Israelis of Italian origin.” [4]

“The MSI was formed in 1946 by supporters of former Italian leader Benito Mussolini from elements of the defunct Uomo Qualunque (Average Man) Party that had appeared in 1945. It first contested elections in 1948, when it won six seats in the Chamber of Deputies. From the 1950s to the early ’70s it averaged about 25 deputies. Moderates, initially worried about the MSI’s success, sometimes relied on MSI votes—which proved embarrassing; in 1960, for example, when the MSI formed a necessary part of a parliamentary majority, protest riots led to the fall of the Christian Democratic government. In the 1972 general elections MSI joined with another right-wing party, the Italian Democratic Party of Monarchical Unity, to form an alliance known as the National Right (Destra Nazionale; DN). In January 1973 they formally merged as the MSI-DN; but after a moderate faction bolted from the party in 1976, the party readopted its original name.

In the 1980s the party saw a resurgence. In 1983 it gained 42 seats in the Chamber of Deputies, and four years later it elected Gianfranco Fini as its leader. After support for the party dipped in the early 1990s, in 1994 it refashioned itself as the National Alliance[i].

“Since the end of WWII, Germany has paid more than $78.4 billion in reparations and compensation for survivors of Nazi persecution, according to data from the German Finance Ministry. Forty percent of those funds, or about $31 billion, were allocated to Holocaust victims in Israel, where the majority of survivors fled after the war. Yet rather than going solely to individual Holocaust survivors, these funds have been primarily funneled through the Israeli government and the Jewish Claims Conference, an agency founded in 1951

In 2016, Israel’s welfare minister, Haim Katz, released a scathing report revealing that more than 20,000 survivors in Israel had never received the government assistance owed to them. The undelivered rights and benefits amounted to more than $30 million” [5]

Israel has been used the memory of the genocide of the Jews to justify the genocide of the Palestinians.

“Biden reinforced the rhetorical framework that the former Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett expressed, in typically unashamed terms, in an interview on Sky News on 12 October: “We’re fighting Nazis.” [6]

Netanyahu repeated the same idea and called the Palestinians Amalec that the Jewish bible ordered to kill all of them.

“A powerful state, with powerful allies and a powerful army, engaged in a retaliatory attack against stateless Palestinians under Israeli-settler colonial rule, military occupation and siege, is thus portrayed as powerless Jews in a struggle against Nazis” [7]

After WWII the Israelis raised the slogan “never again”. The question is does it mean never again to the Jews or for all suffering nations?

A delegation of families of the Israeli kidnapped departed on Sunday night for New York to participate in a discussion of the UN Security Council regarding the report on the alleged sexual crimes of Hamas terrorists on October 7. Reporters ask hostage families about Palestinian prisoners, Gaza ceasefire. The first reporter from the BBC asked if the families of the hostages would support the Hamas-proposed ceasefire. One family member responded that they only want their family members to be returned. A relative of a released hostage said that Hamas only wants a ceasefire to stay in power and said Hamas should return the hostages as part of a humanitarian agreement, but that is in the hands of Hamas. Another reporter asked if they support the ongoing operation in Gaza, highlighting the humanitarian suffering of Palestinians. The families of the hostages kept responding that they just wanted any action to be taken to bring their family member’s home. One family member brought up that Hamas is to blame for the humanitarian suffering in Gaza, as they use their population as human shields. The father of the 19-year-old soldier tried to make an appeal to Western reporters, arguing that this is an international problem and that Israel is only the first frontier. He argued that the Western world would be next if the terrorists are not stopped, highlighting the terror attacks that have already occurred as a result of Islamist jihad.

We are for cease fire and the exchange of all prisoners on both side but not because we have any political sympathy for these relatives nor for the hypocrisy of the western imperialist state discussion in the UNSC when this body because of the USA veto the end of the genocide of the Palestinians. Neither we believe the UN report-based om meetings with Israeli official and some Israeli women who claim that they saw rapes in Gaza but why were not themselves raped if this is the case?

Ceasefire now!

No weapons and ammunition to the Zionist state!

For Palestine red and free from the river to the sea!


[1] Proverbs 25:21







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