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Black-Hating ‘Israeli’ Rabbi Practices Circumcision On African Refugee Babies And Calls It “Holy Work”

by Jonathan Azaziah

‘Israelis’ really are the filthiest, most deplorable creatures on the face of this planet, aren’t they? War criminal, terrorist and baby-killer Menachem Begin infamously referred to Palestinians as “beasts walking on two legs” but as the case is with most of the vileness the Jewish supremacist cancer and its stalwarts accuse Arabs, Muslims and Gentiles of, he is projecting. It is in fact the ‘Israelis’ who are the “beasts walking on two legs” and the following revelation is the umpteenth confirmation of it. Rabbi Eliyahu Asulin, a mohel–i.e. Jewish circumcision practitioner–“from” the criminal settlement called Hadera (one of the earliest Zionist colonies), is sending his students around the ’48 lands to PRACTICE circumcision on the children of Ethiopian and Sudanese refugees. According to Asulin himself, he and his motley crew of genital-mutilating monsters have performed thousands of these cuts and he considers it “holy work”. And Asulin has been caught on camera calling African asylum-seekers “cannon fodder” as well as referring to Sudanese specifically as “the worst. They’re as black as natives.” Scariest of all? Asulin isn’t the only rabbinical ravager doing this. There are countless others. Continue reading Black-Hating ‘Israeli’ Rabbi Practices Circumcision On African Refugee Babies And Calls It “Holy Work”

The Silent Front: Syria’s Economy

by Z. Dimitrov, Al-Masdar News

In three months, or March 2015, Syria will enter the fourth year of its bitter internal conflict. Most Syrian provinces have suffered from the ongoing insurgency, seeing battles between the Syrian Arab Army and increasingly fundamentalist insurgents which have left extensive destruction in their wake. But while government troops have managed to turn the tide against the insurgency and are now on the offensive on all but one fronts, the sight of another battle looms on the horizon – the battle for the economy. Continue reading The Silent Front: Syria’s Economy