Tel Aviv Supports Anti-Semitism

In front of the Cathedral in Cologne there is a public exhibition which demonizes Jews, trivializes the Holocaust and calls the murder of Jews resistance. On August 13, 2015, several Jews from all over Europe posed a question to the members of the Cologne City Council:

“In its charter, Hamas calls for the annihilation of all Jews world-wide, which would include my murder. Prominently displayed in front of the Cathedral in Cologne is a yellow poster with a Hamas incitement to kill Jews, which they consider legitimate resistance. How am I supposed to survive in Cologne where there’s an open call for my murder?”

On August 23, 2015 an article about this appeal appeared in the newspaper, Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger.

“In an open letter, written in the first-person, since each of the signatories feels personally affected, a group of European Jews from all walks of life – artists, lawyers, teachers, geriatric nurses – express their disappointment and astonishment at the fact that Walter Hermann’s permanently displayed exhibition on the cathedral square has not long been dismantled.”

Today is the 20th of September, 2015. Only one member of the Cologne City Council has answered the letter personally: Ralf Unna (The Green Party), who is an Israeli. The call for his murder has also been trivialized as a form of resistance. The only other people, who have heard the appelle and responded personally, are Henriette Reker and Jochen Ott. Both are candidates for the post of mayor. [...]

Click here for the complete article by Gerd Buurmann.

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