This is 2015, Not 1933 Berlin. As Netanyahu Calls for European Jewish Emigration – There is One Question

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As Netanyahu cynically calls for European Jewry to emigrate – with their assets – to Israel, (a dangerous place for anyone to live),  one has to ask an important question:

‘Are the 5 million Muslim Arabs – the indigenous people of Palestine for 1000 years – not also entitled to freedom of movement, religion and speech; security of their land and assets, and safety for their families to live and work, just as indisputably are the 1/4 million Jews whose families have been in Britain for the past 350 years?’

It’s a question that begs an answer – but to deny any causal link to increased anti-Semitism, would be ingenuous. Human life and freedom of the individual are sacrosanct within any democratic state. This is 2015, not Berlin in 1933.

Most importantly, Israel’s illegal occupation and settlement of Palestinian land – that has been condemned by the Palestinian Authority, the European Union, the International Court of Justice, the UN General Assembly, the UN Security Council and the International Court – must now end.

It will not eradicate anti-Semitism but it will remove the provocation that provides the excuse.

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Articles by: Anthony Bellchambers

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