Tuesday, December 19, 2023

Israel Hayom (Hebrew only as of this writing) reports that on Monday,  a member of the Belgian parliament, Nadia El Youssef, said rabbis call for the rape of Palestinian women.

She made the accusation to the Israeli ambassador in Brussels, Idit Rosenzweig-Abo.

The ambassador was astonished, saying, "Rabbis call for the rape of Palestinian women? This is the first time I have heard such a thing, unless there is a problem with the translation."

El Youssef said " I think it is important that we have all the facts, so that we can be as objective as possible and we can think about what we can do from here."

It sounds a lot like other antisemitic accusations through the years, like Israeli rescue workers stealing organs, and then the antisemites say they are just calling for an "investigation" which would make people think that where there's smoke, there's fire.

There is really no lie too outrageous for today's antisemites to hurl. But cumulatively, they work, and cause people to hate Jews - which is the entire point.

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