Texte lu par Jacques Tarnero a la Conference de la L.I.C.R.A. le 16 nov. 2006 en l'honneur de Redeker. Ce texte est une
adaptation du fameux texte du Pasteur allemand Martin Niemoller qui s'etait oppose a Hitler et au nazisme :


20 nov. 2006
Quand les Talibans ont detruit les bouddhas de Bamyan en Afghanistan, je n'ai pas proteste, je ne suis pas afghan.
Quand les talibans ont interdit les cerfs-volants en Afghanistan, je n'ai pas proteste parce que je n'aime pas les cerfs-volants...
Quand d'autres islamistes ont mis une bombe a Bali contre la seule ile bouddhiste en Indonesie, je n'ai pas bronche, je ne suis
pas bouddhiste.
Quand les GIA ont assassine des journalistes en Algerie, je n'ai pas bronche, je ne suis ni journaliste, ni algerien.
Quand d'autres islamistes ont egorge des centaines de paysans algeriens, je n'ai pas bronche, je ne suis pas paysan et toujours
pas algerien.
Quand des islamistes ont decapite Daniel Pearl, journaliste juif americain, je n'ai pas bronche, je ne suis ni juif, ni journaliste,
ni americain.
Quand Ben Laden a attaque le World Trade Center, a New York, je n'ai rien dit car je ne suis pas capitaliste et antiliberal,
comme on aime etre en France.
Quand des islamistes ont assassine un cineaste Theo Van Gogh, je n'ai pas bronche parce que je n'aime pas les documentaires.
Quand les islamistes ont menace des caricaturistes au Danemark, je n'ai pas proteste parce que je n'aime pas le dessin.
Quand les islamistes ont menace un opera de Mozart a Berlin, je n'ai pas proteste, car je n'aime pas l'opera.
Quand le Pape a fait des commentaires sur l'islam qui n'ont pas plu aux islamistes, je n'ai rien dit car je ne vais pas a la messe.
Quand des islamistes ont assassine une religieuse en Somalie et brule quelques eglises. j'ai pense que ֳ§a ne se serait jamais
produit si le Pape ne les avait pas provoques.
Quand une jeune fille a ete lapidee parce qu'elle mangeait pendant ramadan. je n'ai rien dit parce que je fais moi-meme un
regime,
Quand un professeur de philosophie a ete menace de mort pour avoir dit des choses desobligeantes sur Mahomet, j'ai proteste...
mais contre ce professeur... Il avait exagere, tout de meme, il faut bien le dire.
Quand des islamistes ont ete invites au Forum Social Europeen, a Paris puis a Londres, j'ai trouve ֳ§a tres bien, car je suis tres
ouvert sur le social et sur l'Europe. Quand le president iranien dit que la Shoah n'a pas existe, je n'ai pas proteste parce que je
n'aime pas les idees reֳ§ues ni les verites officielles.
Quand une jeune fille a ete brulee vive en banlieue pour avoir enfreint un code d'honneur, je n'ai pas bronche, car j'ai un
grand sens de l'honneur et du respect des differences culturelles,
Quand les islamistes auront assassine tous les Juifs, toutes les femmes, toutes les jeunes filles, tous les journalistes, tous les
bouddhistes, tous les Americains, tous les Israeliens, tous les philosophes, tous les cineastes, tous les dessinateurs et tous ceux
qui ne sont pas islamistes, je crois que je ne bougerai pas parce que je vois pas pourquoi je bougerais.
D'ailleurs quand Hitler avait envahi la Tchecoslovaquie, en Europe on n'a pas beaucoup bouge.
L'histoire en fait se repֳ¨ee, sauf que la seconde fois c'est pire que la premiere surtout quand on y ajoute la bombe atomique.
Alors je crois qu'il faut en finir avec ces incantations aussi vertueuses que vaines du ֲ« plus jamais ֳ§a ֲ», car ֲ« ֳ§a ֲ» est en
marche, ֲ« ֳ§a ֲ» est en vue. Et on ne pourra pas dire qu'on ne l'a pas vu venir...
Vigilance
Racisme et antisemitisme
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Actes antisemites en 2006
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2 articles a propos de la recrudescence d'actes antisemites cette annee
2006 (turquoise) annee record pour les actes antisemites,
ecoles, juives, synagogues, cimetieres....(de Haaretz, Yom Hashoah 2007)
L'antisemitisme progresse dans plusieurs pays d'Europe
REUTERS : lundi 14 mai 2007   dans Liberation
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Un nombre de plus en plus grand d'Europeens pensent que les Juifs sont plus loyaux envers Israֳ
«l qu'envers leur propre pays d'Europe et qu'ils ont trop d'influence dans le monde de la finance, selon une organisation
americaine specialisee dans l'observation du phenomene de l'antisemitisme.
"Un grand nombre d'Europeens continuent d'etre contamines par des attitudes antisemites, de s'en tenir a des prejuges et a
des theories du complot", a declare a la presse Abraham Foxman, directeur de la Ligue anti-diffamation, dont le siege se
trouve a Washington.
"Ces attitudes contribuent a legitimer l'antisemitisme, y compris la violence envers les Juifs, et cela nous preoccupe
grandement", a-t-il continue.
Une enquete de la Ligue anti-diffamation conduite en France, en Espagne, en Allemagne, en Pologne et en Italie en mars
et avril conclut que les stereotypes negatifs appliques aux Juifs ont gagne du terrain dans ces pays depuis 2005.
Les auteurs de l'enquete ont retenu comme criteres les reponses aux affirmations suivantes : que les Juifs sont plus loyaux
envers Israֳ«l qu'envers leur propre pays; qu'ils ont trop de pouvoir dans le monde des affaires et sur les
marches financiers; qu'ils parlent trop de l'holocauste.
Dans tous les pays retenus, a l'exception de l'Italie, l'enquete conclut a une hausse, depuis une precedente etude effectuee
en 2005, du nombre d'Europeens qui considerent que les Juifs placent Israֳ«l au-dessus de leur propre pays.
En Pologne et en Espagne, 60% des personnes interrogees expriment cette impression, contre 50% voici deux ans. En
Allemagne, la proportion est de 51%, de 48% en Italie et de 39% en France.
Laissez les donc reposer en paix!
Un nouvel immigrant de France  a avoue avoir assassine Taysir Karaki de Jerusalem parce qu'il etait  Arabe .
Ces crimes n'ont de place, ni en France ni chez nous.
De la meme etude: 20% reprochent aux Juifs la mort de Jesus
dessin de Tim:
"Un peuple fier, sur de lui et dominateur" de Gaulle 1967
                                                       
Et meme a Haifa!
De Haaretz 11/4/2010
Erev Yom HaShoa 2010
2009 a vu le plus grand nombre d'actes antisemites depuis des annees
The worldwide increase in anti-Semitic attacks following Israel's 2009 incursion into Gaza hit the U.K. and France the hardest
compared to all other European countries, according to Tel Aviv University's watchdog on anti-Semitism.
In 2009, the U.K. saw 374 manifestations of violence against Jews compared to 112 in 2008, according to the Stephen Roth Institute
for the study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism. France was a distant second, with 195 violent attacks compared to 50.
The total number of anti-Semitic incidents - as they are defined by the institute - was a record number of 1,129 in 2009, compared to
559 in 2008. The institute recorded 566 incidents of vandalism targeting Jewish property worldwide in 2009, constituting 49 percent
of all incidents.
Four percent of incidents - or 41 instances - were armed assaults against Jews because of their religion, and 15 percent were
weaponless assaults. Arson accounted for three percent, or 34 instances. Threats of violence against Jews and Jewish institutions
accounted for 29 percent.
The fact that the U.K. and France led the chart is partly because these countries are home both to Europe's largest Jewish
communities (approximately 250,000 and 500,000 respectively,) and its Muslim communities, according to Roni Stauber, a
researcher of the institute.
Dina Porat, who heads the institution, told reporters at a press conference on Sunday that Anti-Semitism is directly linked to
anti-Zionism. Western European Jews in general may have more faith in the authorities than in East Europe, leading to better
monitoring and reporting of attacks, she added.
Dr. Haim Fireberg, another of the institute's academics, noted that Britain had a relatively high level of xenophobic attacks in
general,not only anti-Semitic ones.
Race-linked offences in England and Wales jumped from 31,000 in 2003 to more than 38,000 five years on, according to a report
released last month by the European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance, based on British government figures.
"If we are going to be honest, there is not a lot that the Jewish communities can do to end anti-Semitism," said Moshe Kantor,
president of the European Jewish Congress, which cooperated with the university in compiling the report on 2009. "It is important
to delineate and monitor so governments and institutions would be prompted to act."
The institute recorded 138 violent attacks against Jews in 2009 in Canada, and 116 in the U.S, compared to 33 in Germany, 22 in
Austria and 28 in Belgium.
The Stephen Roth institute began monitoring anti-Semitism in 1989, when it found 78 anti-Semitic incidents worldwide.
"Anti-Semitism has peaks, mostly following Israel's actions. The number of attacks usually drops after the peak, but we have seen a
steady increase because the level of anti-Semitism rarely drops back to what it had been prior to the peak."
Asked about the methodology of the report - which the institution releases annually ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day ? Fireberg
said: "We gather data from official reports by the countries surveyed, and from the Jewish communities there."
He added that the institutions requests the communities describe each incident which they understand as anti-Semitic, "and then we
decide if it meets out strict criteria." Fireberg said that "had we published the communities' numbers, we would have 5,000 or 6,000
incidents worldwide."
British Jewish institutions reported "hundreds of incidents" which may or may not have been anti-Semitic attacks, which the
institute did not include in its report, Dr. Stauber said.
26/11/2009
From the Jerusalem Post

Father Samuel Aghoyan, a senior Armenian Orthodox cleric in Jerusalem's Old City, says he's been spat at by young haredi and
national Orthodox Jews "about 15 to 20 times" in the past decade. The last time it happened, he said, was earlier this month. "I
was walking back from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and I saw this boy in a yarmulke and ritual fringes coming back from
the Western Wall, and he spat at me two or three times."
Wearing a dark-blue robe, sitting in St. James's Church, the main Armenian church in the Old City, Aghoyan said, "Every
single priest in this church has been spat on. It happens day and night."
Father Athanasius, a Texas-born Franciscan monk who heads the Christian Information Center inside the Jaffa Gate, said he's
been spat at by haredi and national Orthodox Jews "about 15 times in the last six months" - not only in the Old City, but also on
Rehov Agron near the Franciscan friary. "One time a bunch of kids spat at me, another time a little girl spat at me," said the
brown-robed monk near the Jaffa Gate.
"All 15 monks at our friary have been spat at," he said. "Every [Christian cleric in the Old City] who's been here for awhile,
who dresses in robes in public, has a story to tell about being spat at. The more you get around, the more it happens."
A nun in her 60s who's lived in an east Jerusalem convent for decades says she was spat at for the first time by a haredi man on
Rehov Agron about 25 years ago. "As I was walking past, he spat on the ground right next to my shoes and he gave me a look of
contempt," said the black-robed nun, sitting inside the convent. "It took me a moment, but then I understood."
Since then, the nun, who didn't want to be identified, recalls being spat at three different times by young national Orthodox Jews
on Jaffa Road, three different times by haredi youth near Mea She'arim and once by a young Jewish woman from her second-
story window in the Old City's Jewish Quarter.
But the spitting incidents weren't the worst, she said - the worst was the time she was walking down Jaffa Road and a group of
middle-aged haredi men coming her way pointed wordlessly to the curb, motioning her to move off the sidewalk to let them pass,
which she did.
"That made me terribly sad," said the nun, speaking in ulpan-trained Hebrew. Taking personal responsibility for the history of
Christian anti-Semitism, she said that in her native European country, such behavior "was the kind of thing that they - no, that
we used to do to Jews."
News stories about young Jewish bigots in the Old City spitting on Christian clergy - who make conspicuous targets in their long
dark robes and crucifix symbols around their necks - surface in the media every few years or so. It's natural, then, to conclude
that such incidents are rare, but in fact they are habitual. Anti-Christian Orthodox Jews, overwhelmingly boys and young men,
have been spitting with regularity on priests and nuns in the Old City for about 20 years, and the problem is only getting worse.
"My impression is that Christian clergymen are being spat at in the Old City virtually every day. This has been constantly
increasing over the last decade," said Daniel Rossing. An observant, kippa-wearing Jew, Rossing heads the Jerusalem Center for
Jewish-Christian Relations and was liaison to Israel's Christian communities for the Ministry of Religious Affairs in the '70s and
'80s.
For Christian clergy in the Old City, being spat at by Jewish fanatics "is a part of life," said the American Jewish Committee's
Rabbi David Rosen, Israel's most prominent Jewish interfaith activist.
"I hate to say it, but we've grown accustomed to this. Jewish religious fanatics spitting at Christian priests and nuns has become
a tradition," said Roman Catholic Father Massimo Pazzini, sitting inside the Church of the Flagellation on the Via Dolorosa.
These are the very opposite of isolated incidents. Father Athanasius of the Christian Information Center called them a
"phenomenon." George Hintlian, the unofficial spokesman for the local Armenian community and former secretary of the
Armenian Patriarchate, said it was "like a campaign."
Christians in Israel are a small, weak community known for "turning the other cheek," so these Jewish xenophobes feel free to
spit on them; they don't spit on Muslims in the Old City because they're afraid to, the clerics noted.
The only Israeli authority who has shown any serious concern over this matter, the one high official whom Christian and Jewish
interfaith activists credit for stepping into the fray, is Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger.
On November 11, Metzger addressed a letter to the "rabbis of the Jewish Quarter," writing that he had "heard a grave rumor
about yeshiva students offending heaven…[by] spitting on Christian clergy who walk about the Old City of Jerusalem." Such
attackers, he added, are almost tantamount to rodfim, or persecutors, which is one of the worst class of offenders in Jewish law.
They violate the injunction to follow the "pathways of peace," Metzger wrote, and are liable to provoke anti-Semitism overseas.
"I thus issue the fervent call to root out this evil affliction from our midst, and the sooner the better," wrote the chief rabbi.
Metzger published the letter in response to an appeal from Armenian Archbishop Nourhan Manougian, an appeal that came in
the wake of a September 5 incident in the Old City in which a haredi man spat on a group of Armenian seminarians who, in
turn, beat him up. (See box.)
This is not the first time Metzger has spoken out against the spitting - he did so five years ago after the most infamous incident on
record, when Manougian himself was spat on by an Old City yeshiva student during an Armenian Orthodox procession. In
response, the archbishop slapped the student's face, and then the student tore the porcelain ceremonial crucifix off Manougian's
neck and threw it to the ground, breaking it.
Then interior minister Avraham Poraz called the assault on the archbishop "repulsive" and called for a police crackdown on anti-
Christian attacks in the Old City. Police reportedly punished the student by banning him from the Old City for 75 days.


Capital Anglos mobilize against practice of spitting at Christians
By Raphael Ahren
Shocked by growing reports about Ultra-Orthodox Jews spitting at Christians in Jerusalem's Old City, a group of Anglo residents
is now mobilizing against this ugly practice. Although such incidents reportedly have decreased since a council of Haredi rabbis
issued an official condemnation in January in response to the public outcry, Christian and Jewish activists agree the problem is
unlikely to disappear anytime soon.
"I felt I had to protest," said Andrea Katz, 57, who is planning several events within Jerusalem's liberal Orthodox Yedidya
congregation to show solidarity with the Christian community and educate the English-speaking Jewish public about their
Christian neighbors. "I don't think that all of a sudden the Haredi world is going to say: Oh my Gosh, we did so wrong, let's stop
this. But somehow I had to do something; I just couldn't sit around and do nothing."
For years, there have been incidents of Haredi youths spitting at Christian clergymen in the Old City and near the Mea She'arim
neighborhood, according to several Jewish and Christian residents of Jerusalem. One cleric said told a European news site that
the spitting was "almost a daily experience."
In late 2009 such incidents started to mount, provoking a growing number of complaints and increasing press coverage. The
Haredi Community Tribunal of Justice subsequently published a statement condemning such acts, calling them a "desecration of
God's name." Christian leaders met in January with Foreign Ministry staff and representatives of the Jerusalem municipality
and the Haredi community to tackle the problem.
Over the last two months the number of spitting incidents declined somewhat, according to Archbishop Aris Shirvanian, of
Jerusalem's Armenian Patriarchate, who says that in the 12 years he has lived in Jerusalem has been spat on about 50 times.
"It's good to see the reduction of this phenomenon, but to eradicate it completely may take time. I don't think it will be stopped in
a fortnight or so," he told Anglo File. He praised the Baka-based Yedidya community for its efforts to raise awareness but added
the events planned failed to reach the perpetrators within the Haredi community. "It's a good step forward, but more has to be
done."
Yedidya, which was founded in 1980 by a group of British and American immigrants, currently plans three events. The first, a
lecture, is scheduled for March 15 and will take place in the synagogue. Besides Katz and Shirvanian, the panelists include the
director of the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations, Daniel Rossing; the head of the Interreligious Coordinating
Council in Israel, Rabbi Dr. Ron Kronish; religion professor Yiska Harani; Fr. Athanasius Makora, of the Franciscan Custody
of the Holy Land; and Dr. Debbie Weissman, who heads the International Council of Christians and Jews.
The shul also plans to organize visits to Jerusalem's Christian communities. "The majority of congregants - even if we're from
abroad - is certainly ignorant of the Eastern and Orthodox churches that are here," Katz said. "In order for people to sympathize
they have to know whom they are sympathizing with."
Around Easter, Katz is hoping to create what she calls a "human corridor." Marching with the Armenian community while they
carry a Cross would be inappropriate for an Orthodox congregation, the Buffalo, New York, native explained. Rather, she'd like
her community to "simply stand, to make a corridor - no words, no speeches - so that they [the Armenian clerics] can walk from
[the Church of] St. James to [the Church of] the Holy Sepulchre. Nothing big, just to show there are people who care and don't
find this kind of behavior acceptable."
Katz said she felt the need to become active when she hosted a group of officials from the U.S.-based Jewish Council for Public
Affairs. They wanted to learn more about the phenomenon of Jews spitting at Christians - something she had never heard of.
"They were from an organization abroad, and they knew about something that was going on that I found horrifying and I didn't
know about. I live in this city since 1974, and I had no idea."
Wondering what could bring religious people to commit such ugly acts, Katz surmised that some Jews might not have learned yet
what it means to be the majority in a country.
"It's still very new for us," she said. "We're taking our experiences from the Diaspora and acting and reacting in way that would
befit a powerless minority. Now that we do have power simply because Jews are 'in control,' we are not protecting the minorities
and allowing the Christian or the Muslim minority to practice freely what they want to practice.... We haven't got our heads
around the fact that our job is now to protect them."
Kronish, of the Interreligious Coordinating Council, said the spitting is rooted in "penned-up anger" about the long history of
Christian anti-Semitism. "The Haredim give their children a distorted education, which is conducive to such behavior," he said.
Despite the recent decline in spitting incidents, he asserts the "underlying fear and ignorance is still there" and can only be
combated if people learn about the other.
"People fear the unknown," he explains. "The unknown is the Christians and the reasons we're doing this educational event
with Yedidya is because people felt: Gee, we really don't know who these Christians are over there in the Old City. We don't
know anything about them - we live here in Baka, they live over there behind those walls. It's time for us to know more about
them."
Antisemitism Worldwide 2009 General Analysis
The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Racism
Incidents antisemites violents majeurs de 1989 a 2009 (incendies, attaques armeees ou non armees,desecration, vandalisme, harrassement)
Par AFP, publié le 07/12/2010  Des rabbins israéliens s'opposent à la vente de maisons à des non-juifs
JERUSALEM - Cinquante rabbins d'Israël ont dénoncé mardi la vente ou la location de maisons ou de terrains à des
non-juifs, menaçant de frapper d'ostracisme les juifs qui contreviendraient à cette injonction.
"La Torah interdit de vendre à un étranger une maison ou un champ de la Terre d'Israël (Eretz Israël)", écrivent les
rabbins dans une lettre publique dont l'AFP a obtenu copie.
"Quiconque vend ou loue un appartement dans un quartier où vivent des juifs cause un grand tort à ses voisins, vu que le
mode de vie (des non-juifs) est différent de celui des juifs, qu'ils nous persécutent et viennent s'immiscer dans notre
existence", écrivent les signataires de la lettre.
"De nos jours, l'excommunication ("nidouï" en hébreu) n'est plus de règle. Néanmoins, quiconque vend ou loue (à des
non-juifs) doit être dûment chapitré, d'abord en privé et ensuite en public" sur le mal qu'il cause, selon ces rabbins.
Le manifeste est signé par des rabbins orthodoxes, employés de l'Etat pour assurer les services religieux (dont les
mariages) dans les localités d'Israël et dans les colonies juives.
Plusieurs des signataires -- mais pas tous -- sont des figures de proue du nationalisme religieux, connues pour leurs
positions extrémistes.
L'appel intervient après que le principal rabbin de Safed (nord d'Israël), Shmuel Eliahu, et d'autres religieux ont appelé
en octobre les habitants de la ville à ne pas louer ou vendre des appartements à des Arabes.
"Il s'agit d'un appel raciste par excellence", a protesté le député arabe israélien Mohammed Barakeh dans un
communiqué, en appelant le conseiller juridique du gouvernement à "ouvrir une enquête sur ce gang et à le traduire en
justice".
"Sur cette terre, nous ne sommes les hôtes de personne, ni sous la protection ou la tutelle de quiconque. Nous le répétons,
nous n'avons pas immigré ici mais c'est Israël qui est venu s'installer chez nous et personne ne peut nous en arracher car
nous racines sont profondes", souligne M. Barakeh.
La communauté des Arabes israéliens, descendant des 160.000 Palestiniens restés sur leur terre après la création de l'Etat
juif en 1948, compte 1,3 million de personnes, soit 20% de la population d'Israël.
Elle souffre de discriminations, notamment en ce qui concerne l'emploi et l'achat d'appartements dans des localités juives.
Citoyenneté et Immigration Canada
17 janv. 2011 Déclaration du ministre Kenney condamnant le vandalisme dans plusieurs synagogues et une école juive de Montréal
OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 17 jan. 2011) - L'honorable Jason Kenney, ministre de la Citoyenneté, de l'Immigration et
du Multiculturalisme, a émis la déclaration suivante condamnant les actes de vandalisme commis contre plusieurs synagogues et
une école juive de Montréal au cours de la fin de semaine dernière.
« Tout acte de vandalisme est déplorable. Mais le vandalisme contre des lieux de culte de toutes confessions, ainsi que des
établissements d'enseignement, est particulièrement lâche et odieux. Je suis aussi profondément préoccupé par le fait qu'il
s'agissait d'institutions juives qui ont été ciblées par ces attaques. Celles-ci nous rappellent que la menace de l'antisémitisme est
encore bel et bien présente ici, au Canada.
Beth Rambam, Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem, Dorshei Emet et Beth Zion étaient parmi les synagogues ciblés par des vandales,
qui ont jeté des pierres sur les fenêtres des bâtiments, brisant plusieurs d'entre elles et causant des milliers de dollars de
dommages. L'Académie Yavne a aussi été la cible d'un acte de vandalisme d'une lâcheté méprisable.
Notre gouvernement est profondément troublé par les actes d'individus qui font la promotion de ce genre de haine au Canada et
partout dans le monde.
Le gouvernement du Canada continuera de mener la lutte contre l'antisémitisme, une forme unique, durable et pernicieuse de
haine.
À titre de ministre de la Citoyenneté, de l'Immigration et du Multiculturalisme, j'invite tous les Canadiens à rejeter l'intolérance.
Toutes les formes de racisme, de sectarisme et de vandalisme sont inacceptables et totalement contraires aux valeurs
fondamentales canadiennes que sont la liberté, la démocratie, les droits de la personne et la primauté du droit. »
2011 Tag Mehir
Diagnostique genetique en Hongrie:
L'homme auquel cet ADN appartient n'est  ni Juif ni Rom!
Par contre, 99% de son genome est similaire a celui du gorille (comme d'ailleurs celui des Juifs et des Roms!)
2012  a Latroun Tag Mehir
Mohamed est un porc, Jesus est un singe
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