Leftist Ha’aretz newspaper claims that religious Jews are more dangerous than Muslim terrorists

The Nazis at Ha’aretz can’t bash the religious Jews enough. Now they claim that Jews who believe in G-d are more dangerous than Hezbollah or Muslim terrorists that mass-murder Jews by ramming them with their cars.

It’s so past absurd, you have to wonder what they really want to happen to the religious Jews in order to show such bias and anti-Semitism.

From Arutz Sheva:

In an article entitled “More Dangerous than Hezbollah,” Klein writes that “the national religious are dangerous, more dangerous than Hezbollah, more than drivers ramming their cars into people and girls with scissors. The Arabs can be killed, they can not.”

He continues with his blunt words and says, “What do they want? To take control of the state and cleanse it of Arabs, if asked, they will deny it … They know that it is too early to be so obvious. Do not believe their denials. Their religious nationalism is extreme nationalism, enveloped in a pious reverence. It permeates the education system, is getting stronger in the army and affects the Supreme Court. They are already on their way to us, another moment and they break down the door.

They believe any Jew who wants to protect their own life and the lives of their loved ones are more dangerous than terrorists. It’s so sick and evil. The Jews aren’t even allowed to defend themselves! Jewish officers are arrested and incarcerated for shooting terrorists during the actual act of stabbing innocent people!

No Jews are mass-killing any group of people. The Muslim Arabs, on the other hand, are mass-murdering the Jews in Israel while openly calling for another holocaust. They are also murdering Christians and all the other “infidels.” Logic doesn’t work on anti-Semites.

The so-called Jews at Ha-aretz are the same as the Jews who worked with the Nazis. There is no difference.


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  • The Israeli government authorizes its publication while denying publication to other conservative meia and by doing so they agree to its editorialism and general ideology

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