Jewish group launches campaign against Islamophobia

This is to be welcomed:

I say it is to be welcomed because, according to Shlomo on the video, the campaign will include among its targets right-wing Jews who ally with the likes of Tommy Robinson and the EDL.

Will #JewsAgainstIslamophobia take issue, I wonder, with the authors of the following: “On every single count, British Muslims were more likely by far than the general British population to hold deeply antisemitic views. It is clear that many British Muslims reserve a special hatred for British Jews”?

The same article states: “Antisemitic British Muslims are more likely to be men, to be older than 35, to be social renters, to be in employment, to have been born outside Britain, to live south of the Midlands in England, or in Scotland, and they are overwhelmingly likely to sympathise with terrorism, violence and extremism.”

It continues: “Those who harbour hatred of Jews also hate British society and sympathise with our most deadly enemies. Britain must confront rampant antisemitism within its Muslim population, but also amongst the general population, whose shocking views should be no less concerning simply because the views of British Muslims are worse.”

According to the authors of this article, British Muslims are anti-Semitic and sympathise with terrorism, violence and extremism.

And who published it? The Campaign Against Antisemitism.

If anybody had written, for example, that British Jews are Islamophobic and sympathise with terrorism, violence and extremism, how do you think that organisation would react?

One strong supporter of the CAA is Jonathan Hoffman. When that organisation released its article accusing me of anti-Semitism last year (in order to try to stop me from being elected to Powys County Council, I reckon), he turned up out of nowhere on the local Labour Party’s Facebook campaign page to accuse me, as part of a co-ordinated campaign that included other CAA supporters (by which I mean trolls).

Mr Hoffman also appears to have well-documented links with another organisation: The EDL.

Read this.

And this.

And this.

After that, if you can stomach it, run an Internet search for further information. There’s plent of it out there!

The connections are all there. I hope the campaigners at Jewish Voice expose them, once and for all.

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2 thoughts on “Jewish group launches campaign against Islamophobia

  1. rollo57

    People are accused of antisemitism for the least thing, like criticising Israel for her treatment of Palestinians! This isn’t antisemitism, it’s well aimed criticism of a nation abusing human rights laws.

    We are also accused of antisemitism when we criticise Zionists, these people aren’t Jews, they are impostors using the antisemitism card, hiding behind real Jews, who also criticise them! The Orthodox Jew is abused by Zionists and their Ideology, this has to stop.

    Israel is not an ‘individual nation’, it must abide by International Laws, as other world nations do!

    If you think this comment is by any means antisemitic, you are part of the problem!!

  2. G Millward

    Excellent article Mike and how interesting then that part of the CAA mission statement says “We also reach out to other minority communities and anti-racist groups so that we can work to strengthen each other.” That clearly is not the case.

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