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Rania Khalek: Israeli Man Describes Muslims As Nazis At Far-Right Rally In Frankfurt

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For quite some time now Loonwatch has noted the prominent and intentional use of the Israeli flag by Islamophobes, mostly, but not limited to the Far-Right wing. From the EDL, Geert Wilders, to rowdy anti-Muslim Texans and Germany’s Pegida, the Israeli flag has become an ubiquitous feature of many anti-Muslim/Islam rallies.

By Rania Khalek, Electronic Intifada


Addressing a recent rally in Frankfurt, a self-identified Israeli man equated Muslims with Nazis, murderers and rapists, and implored the crowd to “never feel ashamed” of Germany’s past.

The rally was called by Pegida, or Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West, a far-right organization founded last October in Dresden. Its demonstrations initially attracted hundreds of people protesting what they believe is Islam’s takeover of Germany. More recently, the number of people to attend has been in the thousands.

An assortment of rightwing groups, including neo-Nazis, have been taking part. Following the attacks on the paper Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket in Paris last month, a 12 January rally drew more than 25,000 people.

A video, which was posted to YouTube by Journal Frankfurt last week, shows a man, wrapped in a German flag, describing himself as an Israeli with German heritage during a Pegida rally.

“I come from Israel. Germany is yours!” he tells the crowd, to thunderous cheers.

He continues: “Germany’s not Nazis. I am Jewish. My family lived here in Germany for 700 years. And I can tell you that I see here no Nazis. The Nazis are in the left.

“Right here I see only patriots who love their country and want to save Germany from the Islam that wants to take over, to take your traditions, to take your beliefs, to take all of you down. But we will not let it.”

After naming Muslims as the true Nazis, the man goes on to forgive Germany for the Nazi-led genocide of European Jews during the Second World War.

“We will stand together and we will face the real Nazis. The Nazis are inside the Islam mentality and those who want to sell Germany for votes,” he says, adding, “Israel is with Germany. We respect you, we forgive, we love you. You are the best country in the world. Save it.”

“All the world is looking at you now and we are proud. You are the true spirit of Germany,” he snarls. “Islam wants to take you and to drink from the milk of Germany.”

As the hate sermon continues, the man implores the crowd to “Never feel ashamed of yourselves, not even because of the past.”

He then declares himself a proud Islamophobe while advancing a blood libel against Muslims, characterizing them as rapists and murderers who must be feared.

“The Muslims say that we are Islamophobes. Yes, I am Islamophobe because phobia is fear and I am afraid of murder. I am afraid to be raped,” he roars.

“So they can call you Islamophobes, they can call you Nazis and racists. But we are not. We are Germans. We are patriots. We love this country.”

Antifa [German slang for anti-fascists], fuck you! We are stronger! We will win!”

Mosque defaced with swastikas

As smaller Pegida offshoots spread to other parts of the country, they have sometimes been met with even larger anti-racist counter-demonstrations.

Yet Pegida’s reach is growing as the group held its first demonstration in Austria, on Monday night. In the lead-up to the march, vandals defaced a Vienna mosque with swastikas. This was just the latest in a string of anti-Islam attacks across Austria. “In December unknown culprits left a pig’s head and intestines in front of the door of another mosque in the capital. A street sign was changed to read ‘Sharia Street’ in September,” the news agency AFP reported.

(Ismael Mohamad / United Press International)
Video: Israeli man describes Muslims as Nazis at far-right rally in Frankfurt
Submitted by Rania Khalek on Tue, 02/03/2015 – 11:09
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Addressing a recent rally in Frankfurt, a self-identified Israeli man equated Muslims with Nazis, murderers and rapists, and implored the crowd to “never feel ashamed” of Germany’s past.

The rally was called by Pegida, or Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West, a far-right organization founded last October in Dresden. Its demonstrations initially attracted hundreds of people protesting what they believe is Islam’s takeover of Germany. More recently, the number of people to attend has been in the thousands.

An assortment of rightwing groups, including neo-Nazis, have been taking part. Following the attacks on the paper Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket in Paris last month, a 12 January rally drew more than 25,000 people.

A video, which was posted to YouTube by Journal Frankfurt last week, shows a man, wrapped in a German flag, describing himself as an Israeli with German heritage during a Pegida rally.

“I come from Israel. Germany is yours!” he tells the crowd, to thunderous cheers.

He continues: “Germany’s not Nazis. I am Jewish. My family lived here in Germany for 700 years. And I can tell you that I see here no Nazis. The Nazis are in the left.

“Right here I see only patriots who love their country and want to save Germany from the Islam that wants to take over, to take your traditions, to take your beliefs, to take all of you down. But we will not let it.”

After naming Muslims as the true Nazis, the man goes on to forgive Germany for the Nazi-led genocide of European Jews during the Second World War.

“We will stand together and we will face the real Nazis. The Nazis are inside the Islam mentality and those who want to sell Germany for votes,” he says, adding, “Israel is with Germany. We respect you, we forgive, we love you. You are the best country in the world. Save it.”

“All the world is looking at you now and we are proud. You are the true spirit of Germany,” he snarls. “Islam wants to take you and to drink from the milk of Germany.”

As the hate sermon continues, the man implores the crowd to “Never feel ashamed of yourselves, not even because of the past.”

He then declares himself a proud Islamophobe while advancing a blood libel against Muslims, characterizing them as rapists and murderers who must be feared.

“The Muslims say that we are Islamophobes. Yes, I am Islamophobe because phobia is fear and I am afraid of murder. I am afraid to be raped,” he roars.

“So they can call you Islamophobes, they can call you Nazis and racists. But we are not. We are Germans. We are patriots. We love this country.”

“Antifa [German slang for anti-fascists], fuck you! We are stronger! We will win!”
Mosque defaced with swastikas

As smaller Pegida offshoots spread to other parts of the country, they have sometimes been met with even larger anti-racist counter-demonstrations.

Yet Pegida’s reach is growing as the group held its first demonstration in Austria, on Monday night. In the lead-up to the march, vandals defaced a Vienna mosque with swastikas. This was just the latest in a string of anti-Islam attacks across Austria. “In December unknown culprits left a pig’s head and intestines in front of the door of another mosque in the capital. A street sign was changed to read ‘Sharia Street’ in September,” the news agency AFP reported.
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In recent years, anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant incitement has become a rallying cry of the increasingly popular rightwing elements undergoing a resurgence across Europe. Although many right-wing European parties have neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic roots, they identify deeply with Israel and Zionism, which are often used as vehicles to promote hatred for Islam and multiculturalism in Europe as well as the United States.

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  • Bruno Coro Niembro

    ” I am afraid to be raped”

    … This explains a lot!

  • NotAMuslamic

    halalpork’s halfhearted attempt to regain position as Loonwatch’s mascot troll.

  • mindy1

    Seriously?!

  • Trimmercastle42

    I don’t think these two groups really like each other, both extremist Israelis and Pig-ida support each other on what they see as a common enemy: The muslim populations of Europe, remove the muslims from the equation and both groups will be at each others neck.

  • cmyfe .

    I see a Zio-Nazi alliance, nothing new.

  • Laurent Weppe

    So let me get this strait: The Nazis weren’t they real Nazis, but Muslims are the real Nazis. Do these people know how to operate a toilet?

    They know: projecting their own vice onto the people they intend to hurt has been part of every and all would-be autocrats’ MO since Humanity started to sedentarize.

  • Trimmercastle42

    Don’t worry, I was joking, mocking some of the more insane conspiracy theories to come out of the “Counter Jihad” movement like the whole “Stealth-Jihad” and “Halal Turkey” nonsense.

    That fact that someone actually believes what I wrote should speak wonders about the intelligence of the people who troll here.

  • NotAMuslamic

    I know you think you’re joking and you probably needed a while to make that story up but there was one troll here (someone truly deserving the title of Loon) who actually believed that.

  • Tanveer ¯_(ツ)_/¯ Khan

    A bit like that lawyer on Muslim Capitol Day or whatever it was called.

  • Trimmercastle42

    >”So let me get this strait: The Nazis weren’t they real Nazis, but Muslims are the real Nazis. Do these people know how to operate a toilet?”

    According to the Pigida, Hitler was possessed by Muslims using their Muslamic magic of Taqqyia to start WW2 and kill Jews and Christians to distract them from their real enemy….THE MOOOOOOOOSLIMS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • moraka

    So let me get this strait: The Nazis weren’t they real Nazis, but Muslims are the real Nazis. Do these people know how to operate a toilet?

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  • HSkol the Redundant

    Yes, and unfortunately a dumbbell who likely firmly believes what he speaks – because he knows no better (cannot introspect) – because he’s a dumbbell.

  • Reynardine

    Your average dumbbell in the mob, yes, but I think there are truly Machiavellian puppeteers behind the marionettes dancing on their bigot-strings.

  • HSkol the Redundant

    Great assessment. When haters use the symbols of those that they hate less against those that they hate more – pure propaganda – a sign of “support” enemy-to-enemy versus the newest common enemy. These people are more shallow than I am.

  • Just_Stopping_By

    Actually, I think the flaunting of Israeli flags is similar to putting bacon or pigs’ heads on mosques or bringing dogs to Muslim events: an attempt to antagonize Muslims with objects that they think will offend or scandalize them.

  • Reynardine

    He probably isn’t even as Jewish as I am, and I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if this outfit’s flaunting of Israeli flags and cultivation of certain pet Jewish Islamophobes isn’t just a case of priming ril Your a-peein’s for an anti-Jewish campaign down the line

  • mindy1

    Considering what happend in Europe that lead(in part) to the founding of Israel, that person is ignorant of his own history.

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