For a group claiming to promote human rights, Bnai Brith, the hardcore Zionist entity, takes a lot of liberties with truth.
Its latest example is the vicious attack launched against ICIT director Zafar Bangash accusing him of ‘anti-semitism’ and ‘homophobia’.
For Israeli apologists, any mention of Zionist crimes against Palestinians is immediately branded as anti-semitism. For the record, we have nothing against the Jewish people. As Muslims, we are required to live in peaceful co-existence but Zionism is a different matter.
It is a political ideology whose primary goal is to evict Palestinians from their homes and villages to make room for illegal immigrants from North America, Europe and Russia to occupy their land. And the Zionists use disproportionate force and brutality to achieve their nefarious designs.
The point blank shooting and murder of 16-year-old Palestinian girl as Sama Zuheir Mubarak today (January 30) at a checkpoint on the West Bank is typical of such Israeli crimes.
This comes on the heels of the cold-blooded murder of Hamdi Taleb Na’asan on January 26. The United Nations High Commission for Human Rights (UNHCHR), expressed grave concern over such killings.
In a statement released on January 29, Rupert Colville of the UNHCHR said: “We are deeply concerned about the protracted and extremely violent attack on Palestinians in the West Bank village of al-Mughayer last Saturday (January 26), during which a 38-year-old Palestinian father of four, Hamdi Taleb Na’asan, was shot in the back and killed.”
It is such crimes that the Crescent International is involved in exposing but clearly, the Zionists take umbrage at this because these shine light on their true nature. So they launch attacks against those that have the decency and the moral courage to do so.
The Zionist group’s attack against ICIT director was launched on three fronts: Crescent International, ICIT and the Islamic Society of York Region. It tried to link the three and darkly inferred that something sinister was underway.
As is customary with Zionists and other Islamophobes, they selectively pull sentences out of context and try to paint a negative picture.
It is not without coincidence that the broad attack on ICIT director occurred at a time when Jewish groups, operating under a charitable label, are being scrutinized for funneling millions of dollars to Israel.
One such ‘charity’ Beth Oloth lost its charitable status when the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) audit found that it had sent money to the Israeli army as well as to schools preparing people to enlist in the army.
Supporting the Israeli army or Zionist squatters in Occupied Palestine are not charitable acts. The CRA auditors said so, stating that these do not constitute charitable acts and are contrary to Canadian foreign policy.
Another Zionist outfit, the Jewish National Fund, is also under a cloud. There are growing calls from a broad cross section of the Canadian public including many Jewish organizations and individuals to revoke its charitable status because the group is involved in supporting Israeli eviction of Palestinians from their homes.
Bnai Brith’s Islamophobic attack on ICIT director also coincided with the second anniversary of the murderous attack on a Quebec City Mosque two years ago (January 29, 2017) in which six people were murdered and 19 injured.
These Muslims were offering their nightly prayers when a racist gunman, Alexandre Bissonnette entered the mosque and started shooting at worshippers.
This was the worst mass shooting at a place of worship in Canadian history.
It is important to keep in mind that people do not go berserk all of a sudden. There are forces out there promoting hatred against other people, especially Muslims that influence the thinking of such people.
Many Zionists are also involved in supporting such individuals and groups.
On January 24, the Times of Israel carried a detailed expose of such Zionist support for openly racist and violent extremist Islamophobes. Titled, “Why are US ‘pro-Israel’ groups boosting a far-right, anti-Muslim UK extremist?” the article detailed how these extremists are funded and promoted in the name of “free speech”.
One such person is the British racist Tommy Robinson (real name Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon) described by the Israeli paper as “one of the most prominent anti-Muslim activists in the world.”
The article written by Eric Cortellessa says: “The Gatestone Institute publishes pieces defending Tommy Robinson, and the Middle East Forum [MEF - headed by Daniel Pipes] is offering him financial help — ostensibly in the name of free speech.”
The two pro-Zionist outfits supporting Robinson are funded by Nina Rosenwald, a self-described “ardent Zionist” and American Jewish philanthropist who co-chairs American Securities Management.
David Horowitz, another arch-Zionist, also openly promotes Robinson and extols his virtues.
On the other hand, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has expressed grave concern at Robinson’s neo-Nazi links. Last November, its CEO Jonathan Greenblatt wrote a letter to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and US Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen urging them not to grant Robinson a visa to enter the United States.
Robinson’s 2018 visa request was ultimately denied. (He had tried to use someone else’s passport in 2013 to enter the US!)
It is important that Canadian Jewish organizations with close ties to Israel are properly investigated. This includes Bnai Brith that acts as a front for the Zionist regime and attempts to threaten anyone that is critical of Israeli crimes.