Merkel Gov’t Says Iran’s Threat to “Wipe Israel Off the Map” Not Antisemitic

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Maybe that’s why they are shooting up Jews on Yom Kippur in her country. She has created the dangerous conditions for Jews in Germnay and abroad.

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Calling for the genocide of the world’s only Jewish state is not anti-Semitic, according to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Perhaps Merkel will soon say that the Holocaust was not anti-Semitic either.

To make matters even worse, the World Jewish Congress recently awarded Angela Merkel with their prestigious Herzl Award. For what? For making Germany dangerous for Jews?

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MERKEL’S GOV’T SAYS IRAN’S CALL TO ‘WIPE ISRAEL OFF THE MAP’ NOT ANTISEMITIC

Wiesenthal Center and NGO Monitor slam Germany for ignoring Iran’s genocidal antisemitism.

By Jerusalem Post, October 6, 2019:

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has declared that Iran’s call to obliterate the State of Israel is not an expression of antisemitism.

On October 1, Merkel’s Foreign Ministry labeled the call to destroy Israel by commander-in-chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Gen. Hossein Salami as “anti-Israel rhetoric.”

When the Post asked the Merkel administration if it agreed with the Foreign Ministry statement, a government spokesman told The  Jerusalem Post: “We have nothing to add to the reply of the foreign office.”

The Post had specifically asked if Salami’s statements were antisemitic.

In late September, Salami delivered his call to exterminate the Jewish state before an audience of IRGC leaders that was publicized by the state-funded IRNA agency, as well as other Iranian regime-controlled outlets.

Salami said that “This sinister regime must be wiped off the map and this is no longer… a dream [but] it is an achievable goal.”

He added that his country has “managed to obtain the capacity to destroy the impostor Zionist regime” 40 years after the 1979 Islamic revolution.

 

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