Ezra Levant reports:
The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem “Amin Al Husseini meets with Adolf Hitler in November 1942, weeks before the decision to implement the Final Solution which sent Europe’s Jews to the gas chamber. The Third Reich provided Amin Al Husseini with a salary and appointed him Head of the Hanzar SS Division. The Hanzar Division was made of Nazi Muslims”
According to police estimates, there were 800 to 900 people who attended the Calgary For Israel rally last Thursday. Not bad for less than a week’s notice. Many people said it was the first public rally they had ever attended, which is surely true – severely normal Canadians don’t go to protests. That’s usually the preserve of professional activists on the left.
There were also about 10 pro-Hamas activists who showed up as counter-protesters that evening, across the street.
Those 10 protesters received almost as much coverage in the mainstream media as the 900 pro-Israel Calgarians. That’s fine – journalism loves conflict and controversy. But here’s a question: Why didn’t the media who covered those 10 protesters report what they were saying?
They were chanting “Heil Hitler.” In the streets of Calgary, in 2014.
Isn’t that newsworthy? Or – was it too newsworthy?
Steve Sailer defines political correctness as the deliberate practice of not noticing things. Reporting that Arab protesters waved a Palestinian flag suits the official media narrative – these are just young men concerned about a noble struggle!
But noticing that they were praising the Jew-hating dictator of the Nazi Holocaust, well, that’s not quite as noble. It contradicts the official self-deception of the media and diplomatic class that Muslim terrorists simply oppose some Israeli policy or another – their violence has nothing to do with plain old Jew-hatred.
And on the other side, the new Nazis. Literally, chanting the Nazi slogan. That’s about as newsworthy a story as it gets. But there is a great effort in Canada – and around the world – to not notice things. [...]
READ it ALL, verbal hate is not the only thing that Calgary muslims have been up to, there have been several instances of violent attacks against Pro-Israel Jews in Calgary as well.
On Twitter local Calgary Herald journalist Erika Stark all but admits the Palis were shouting “Heil Hitler”.
So one should not be surprised that she conveniently left out the vile pro-Hitler chant in her article on the event.
About an hour into the rally, about 10 young Palestinian supporters gathered across the street. A group of Israeli supporters soon made their way across the street and were separated from the Palestinian protesters by police.
The two groups exchanged heated words and hurled insults back and forth.
“Stop killing our kids. Give us food, give us water, give us shelter,” said one Palestinian supporter who refused to give his name to reporters. “Put religion and politics to the side. Kids are dying. That’s the main thing why we’re here.”
As they say, that’s all she wrote.
The Calgary Herald continues it’s islamophile white wash with this deceptive caption on the photo below:
“Pro-Palestinian supporters verbally joust with Israel supporters at a rally at City Hall on Thursday.”
Photograph by: Crystal Schick, Calgary Herald
Move along, nothing to see here just your every day, run of the mill “Heil Hitler” verbal jousting...
H/T Daniel Greenfield
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