torsdag 9 oktober 2014

Så kan det vara att vara jude i dagens värld

Några plock från dagens tidningar:

Pro-Palestinian protestor assaults Jewish leader after Nets-Maccabi TA game  (Jerusalem Post)
"NEW YORK – Leonard Petlakh, the executive director of the Kings Bay Y in Brooklyn, was attacked by a pro-Palestinian protester following the exhibition basketball game between the NBA’s Nets and Maccabi Tel Aviv...
 ...As the crowds spilled out of the arena and onto the street, one of the protesters took a swing at Petlakh, who was with his 14- and 10-year-old sons. The assailant ran away and Petlakh sought medical care. He reported the incident to the police, who are investigating the attack as a hate crime."

Police thwart attack on Jewish site in Buenos Aires (Jerusalem Post)
"Argentine police arrested a man suspected of planning to attack a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires."

 "Award-winning Israeli filmmaker Hilla Medalia is used to her films provoking heated discussion and debate, but she had never before experienced what happened at a screening of her film “Dancing in Jaffa,” at an Israeli film festival in Carpentras, France on October 6.
Just as Medalia and Israeli Consul General in Marseille Barnea Hassid finished making introductory remarks, some twenty audience members stood up and began shouting anti-Israel slogans. Then they threw stink bombs..."

The City Council of Lille froze the French municipality’s twinning agreement with Safed to press the Israeli government to end its conflict with the Palestinians...
... Lille also is twinned with the Palestinian city of Nablus.

"The coach of a Jewish youth soccer team in England took his players off the field after claiming they had been bombarded with “anti-Semitic abuse.”

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