Fears of the UK leaving the EU and rising anti-Semitism from the Labour party are thought to be behind move to reclaim German passports stripped from their families by the Nazis. (Apparently, these leftist British Jews are blind to the fact that most of the anti-semitism is coming from Muslim migrants, and it is a lot worse in Germany than it is in Britain)
Times of Israel Increasingly, British Jews of German heritage who escaped the Nazis, have begun applying for German citizenship after seeing a rise in antisemitism in Britain and the possibility of an unapologetic antisemite Jeremy Corbin becoming UK prime minister.
Even more unbelievable, these typical left wing Jews fear the antisemitism of right wing parties both in the UK and Germany, yet totally ignore the obvious reason for increased antisemitism – MASS MUSLIM MIGRATION – a threat that is even more dangerous in Germany than in the UK.
What’s behind Britain’s growing exodus of Jews? No, it isn’t because there’s a strong possibility of the Labour Party’s Jeremy Corbin, an unapologetic antisemite, becoming prime minister that is prompting British Jews to relocate to Israel, it is the surge in anti-Jewish hatred, vandalism, and deadly violence that has accompanied the surge in Muslim migrants from the Middle East and Africa.
The number of Britons who have requested to regain German citizenship that was robbed from their families by the Nazis has risen from 43 in 2015 to almost 1,700 last year, with most of those eligible being British Jews.
Under article 116-2 of the German constitution, former Germans who lost their citizenship on “political, racial or religious grounds” between the day Adolf Hitler became chancellor on January 30, 1933 and Germany’s surrender on May 8, 1945, can ask to have their citizenship reinstated.
GERMAN-JEWISH TEEN forced to flee Berlin for Israel because of Muslim Jew-hatred in his school The boy had been subjected to punches, kicks, and threatened with a replica gun in a campaign of intimidation by Muslim pupils who told him, “Muslims hate Jews. All Jews are murderers.”
According to the German government, the group “mainly includes German Jews” and members of critical political parties at the time. The legal provision is also open to descendants of those who were persecuted and sought safe haven abroad.
GERMAN CITY cancels Hanukkah festivities due to increased ‘security concerns’ from Islamic jihad terrorism against Jews The announcement comes just days after the antisemitic weekend demonstrations that took place in Berlin and other German cities. In Berlin, more than three thousand Muslim men (below) were heard chanting Arabic slogans, shouting “death to the Jews” and “Jews, remember Khaybar, the army of Muhammad is coming again” — alluding to the annihilation of the Jewish population of Khaybar, an oasis in Saudi Arabia, at the hands of Muhammad and his conquering army.
The report also comes following a poll last month that showed 40 percent of British Jews would “seriously consider emigrating” if Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn became prime minister.
The UK famously saved thousands of Jewish children in the Kindertransport operation. It rescued almost 10,000 Jewish children, mostly unaccompanied by their parents, from Nazi-occupied Germany, Austria, Poland and Czechoslovakia. Children were placed in British foster families, schools or hostels all over the country. The transports ended with the outbreak of war in September 1939.
GERMAN Government falsely blames rising virulent Muslim antisemitism on far-right extremists As recently as Sept. 2017, the German Interior Ministry reported that 92% of anti-Jewish, anti-Israel offenses in 2017 were committed by right-wing extremists. In fact, the vast majority of them were caused by Muslim immigrants in Germany.
Apart from Brexit concerns, UK Jewry has been rocked by rising anti-Semitism, specifically in the main opposition party (emboldened, no doubt, by all the anti-Jewish hate crimes and rhetoric coming from the growing population of Muslim invaders in the UK).
Religious hate crimes in England and Wales increased by 40% in the past year, according to a report from England’s Home Office. At least 12% of those attacks targeted Jews even though they make up only 0.5% of the population. (What they refuse to mention is that the majority of these hate crimes against Jews are from the Muslim population there)
THE HATE SLOGANS in Germany that greeted U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision last month to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem put the spotlight on anti-Semitism in Muslim immigrant communities.
Yet, increasingly, Jews in Germany are directing their support to the right wing Alternative for Germany party, the only party that is working to stop the ongoing Muslim invasion of the country.
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The crisis over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party — including its failure to fully adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance‘s (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism until last month — has caused a major schism within its ranks and led Jews to express fears over their future in the country.
Corbyn has been roundly criticized over reports of rampant anti-Jewish prejudice, for his own allegedly anti-Semitic statements and activities, and for not backing the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism.
A poll of 710 Jews was carried out by Survation from August 13 and September 4, 2018, a period when several past speeches hostile to Israel and Zionism by the Labour leader were revealed, as was the fact that he laid a wreath at a Tunisia cemetery where Palestinian terrorists involved in the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre are buried.
Corbyn declared that it should not “be regarded as anti-Semitic to describe Israel, its policies or the circumstances around its foundation as racist.”