Like I’ve been saying, you can’t be expected to be taken seriously about being against Jew hatred, and be for the mass importation of millions of Jew hating Muslims from the Middle East. We are under no moral obligation to import Jew haters.
Jew hatred is a part of Islamic canon law, it is in the DNA of every Islamic country you can think of. Why supposed human rights activists would be turning a blind eye to this is for them to explain, but morally it can’t be defended whatsoever. It’s the Achilles Heel of the open borders/mass immigration movement, something that they are loathe to discuss because it undermines their ill-thought logic.
Will Germany deport anti-Semitic migrants?
Germany proposes bill to allow expulsion of migrants who espouse anti-Semitism.
Germany’s mainstream conservative parties are proposing legislation that would allow states to expel foreigners who make anti-Semitic statements, including the refusal to recognize Israel’s right to exist.
The party of Chancellor Angela Merkel – the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), and its sister party in Bavaria, the Christian Social Union (CSU), have proposed legislation that they say would take such hate crimes “much more seriously,” according to the German newspaper Die Welt.
Party leaders reportedly hope that the legislation will be passed before International Holocaust Memorial Day, January 27, which recalls the liberation of the Auschwitz extermination camp by Red Army troops in 1945.
CDU legislator Stephan Harbarth told Die Welt that the move was intended to crack down on anti-Semitism among “migrants with Arab background and from African countries.” While education and other preventive work are important, the state must be able to wield the ultimate threat of deportation, he said.
“Anyone who incites anti-Semitic hate and rejects Jewish life in Germany cannot stay in our country,” he said.
A recent survey of new refugees, commissioned by the American Jewish Committee (AJC), found that anti-Semitic attitudes and rejection of Israel are widespread among the newcomers. At least 1 million Muslim refugees have arrived in Germany since the summer of 2015. The AJC and numerous Jewish leaders in Germany have called on the federal government to appoint a commissioner to deal with anti-Semitism, from prevention to punishment.
According to Die Welt, the CDU and CSU also are calling on the Bundestag to condemn and hinder anti-Israel boycotts and to ensure negative consequences if an airline from an Arab country refuses to allow Israeli citizens to board its flights within Germany.