All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘jews’

Paris Hilton Receives Death Threats from Anti-Semite Who Thinks She is Jewish

Paris Hilton has been receiving death threats from a crazed anti-Semite who apparently thinks she is Jewish, according to TMZ. Paris Hilton’s father, Rick Hilton, has apparently also been allegedly named in the man’s Facebook posts. In fact, he seems to be trying to communicate with Rick Hilton, sending threats against Paris. While the man’s name has not yet been …

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Phil Robertson: You Know How the Duck Dynasty Star Feels About Gays, What About Jews?

Phil Robertson, the patriarch of A&E’s Duck Dynasty program, is very open and vocal about his beliefs. He famously caused a public stink when he told GQ magazine his views on gay people. Now Phil Robertson and his son Alan are embarking on a real mission from God. They are out to convert the Jews to Jesus. The Robertson’s are …

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Majdanek Death Camp: 20 Former Guards Probed By Nazi Investigators

German Nazi investigators have identified 20 guards that served at the Majdanek death camp. They could face charges in Germany for being accessories to murder at the death camp. Thomas Will, who is the lead investigator, said that 30 suspects were identified, but out of those 30, 10 had already died. The remaining 20 men and women all reside in …

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Jerusalem Riot Disbanded by Israeli Police

Israeli police mobilized at a sensitive holy site in Jerusalem Wednesday, employing tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse a riotous protest formed by Palestinian Muslims, who were attempting to block Jews from entering the compound. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that the unruly mob threw stones and firecrackers from atop the Temple Mount, the holiest site in Judaism. To …

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Anne Frank Literature: 265 Books Destroyed in Tokyo

Since January, a vandal has been making the rounds, ripping pages out of Anne Frank books in libraries across Tokyo, Japan. Police investigators have counted a total of 265 damaged books. One of the most renowned, historical books of the Holocaust victim includes The Diary of a Young Girl, which details a firsthand account of Anne Frank’s experience. Evidence has …

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Auschwitz Visited by Knesset to Mark Liberation

On June 14, 1940, the first Jewish prisoners were transported to Auschwitz, a concentration camp constructed by the Nazis. As these 20 Jews, along with 708 other prisoners, walked through the entrance gates of the facility, they were greeted by the sign, “Work brings freedom.” Little did they know that such an expression would come to fruition some 5 years …

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Thanksgivukkah: When America and Judaism Collide

For most Americans, Hanukkah is the Jewish equivalent of the Christian Christmas. It makes sense, right? Hanukkah usually falls around the same time as Christmas, presents are exchanged during each, there are certain dietary requirements/needs/wants… What most Americans don’t realize, though, is that Hanukkah has no associations with Christmas. Hanukkah is a celebration of the Maccabees revolt against the Greeks …

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Pink Floyd Prop Confuses Pro-Jewish Groups

A seminal Pink Floyd album, The Wall, was released in late 1979 – almost 34 years ago. Since then, maybe long before then, Floyd fans have laughed at all the straights and their misunderstanding of the contents of the album, as well as their completely missing the point of the band in the first place. As if it still needed …

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Holocaust Victims: $1B To Be Spent On Survivors

Holocaust victims around the globe will be receiving funds from Germany after an agreement was reached between Germany’s Ministry of Finance and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims. While the money won’t erase the horror of what was done to the Jewish people during the Holocaust, it will certainly help those who survived usher in their later years a little …

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