Skip to comments.Anti-Israel Protesters Trap Hundreds of Jews in Paris Synagogue
Posted on 07/14/2014 4:18:42 AM PDT by markomalley
Clashes erupted in Paris on Sunday as thousands of people protested against Israel and in support of Hamas and residents in the Gaza Strip, reports The Times of Israel.
Several thousand demonstrators marched through the streets of Paris behind a large banner that read "Total Support for the Struggle of the Palestinian People".
Blogger Elder of Zion carries a report that the protests were far more menacing and anti-Semitic than the main news sites have reported. According to a first-person account, protesters also chanted "Death to the Jews," "Hitler was right," "Hamas Resistance," "Jihad! Jihad! Jihad!" and "Palestine must finish the job (started by Hitler)."
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That probably couldn’t happen here, as the congregation have the right to arm themselves as they see fit, unlike Europe.
"Minister Valls, when the antiSemitic French again came for the children
in the Synagogue, where WERE the French police hiding this time?"
islamists hate jews, trap them in synagogue
“Death to the Jews,” “Hitler was right,” “Hamas Resistance,” “Jihad! Jihad! Jihad!”
I’m sure this was mistranslated - I mean - we are talking about the Religion of Peace (SARC/)...surely the Moslem Community will rise up as a Ummah and declare such protest and attacks on nuns in other parts of the world as wrong and seek to punish these few minorities...RIGHT???? -— Waiting.........yeap - any minute now.......
Protesters were likely moslem immigrants
Buckshot for crowd ‘control”: #4 if you just want to wound them; OO or OOO if you want to kill them.
As for me, I’ll take OOO.
I kind of would like bean bag shot or rubber bullets, to show them to be a bunch of wimps.
Next time Germany gets to KEEP France!
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