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Friday, January 13, 2017

Torching of Synagogue Not anti-Semitic Says German Court

A Wuppertal court in Germany has ruled that the torching of a synagogue was not an act of anti-semitism.

The defendants are identified only as Mohamad E., Mohammad A. and Ismail A. have already been convicted of the attack.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jan/13/german-court-rules-synagogue-torching-not-anti-sem/

It is obvious that the Germans are bending over backwards not to inflame the already inflamed Muslims in Germany. Common sense tells me that if you attack a place of worship, you are attacking the people not just the policies of a far-off government. Of course, there was no state of Israel in 1938 when synagogues burned during Kristallnacht, and the Nazis made no pretense other than a Jew had assassinated a German diplomat in Paris, but it was clear that the target was the Jewish population in Germany.

This is just another example of Palestinian violence directed at Jews.


1 comment:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

I can't follow that link without being deluged by ads and losing the page. What isn't clear is, were they convicted of arson, but no enhancement for anti-Semitism? If so, I don't much care. I don't believe in "hate crime" laws anyway. Albeit the logic is rather tortured.