Dan Diker, secretary-general of World Jewish Congress (WJC) says his organization is holding a conference in Jerusalem next week to seek compensation for hundreds of thousands of Jews who were forced out of Arab countries after the establishment of Israel.
On September 21, the WJC along with the anti-Iran, the Conference of the Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and Israeli Foreign Ministry will hold a similar conference at United Nations in New York ahead of Iran’s President Dr. Ahmadinejad’s arrival at the United Nations General Assembly on September 24. This will be Ahmadinejad’s last appearance at the UN as head of the State, as he is retiring in June 2013 after completing two-term presidency.
Israeli Knesset is also planning to debate a resolution to declare one-day national holiday commemorateing the Zionists’ distortion of Jewish history in Arab lands and to build a Holocaust Museum in honor of the estimated 800,000 Jews who left their Arab homelands for newly established Zionist entity as result of Jewish terrorism against Jewish communities in Iraq, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Morocco, Algeria, Yemen, Syria, and Lebanon. Interestingly, the 30,000 Jews in Iran – still refuse to leave their ancestral homeland where the Book of Esther heroine, Persian Jewish Queen Esther is buried. Watch a video below.
A US-based Jewish organization, Justice for Jews from Arab Countries, has been campiagning for years to suck $100 billion from various Arab countries for Israeli Jews and their descendants – known in Israel as Mizrahim who are treated as third-class citizens in Israel. In the 1960s, nearly 100,000 Sephardine youth were murdered by the Zionist regime (Ringworm affair) as result of heavy doses of radiation experimentations.
So far, Jewish groups have succeeded in collecting ‘Holocaust compensation’ from Germany ($93 billion) and Switzerland ($7 billion). In June 2008, Christian Kennedy, Special Envoy for Holocaust Issues at the U.S. State Department, said that Washington is urging Slovenia, Croatia, Romania and Bosnia-Herzegovina to make contributions toward ‘The Holocayst Industry’.
Naeim Giladi, an Iraqi-born US-Israeli citizen, tells the story of his youth in his book, ‘Ben Gurion’s Scandals: How the Haganah & the Mossad Eliminated Jews’. Giladi discusses how as a member of an underground Iraqi terrorist group he helped European Jewish terrorist groups to bomb Synagogues and Jewish business properties in Iraq – and smuggled scared Jews out of Iraq, into Iran, and then to British mandated Palestine ahead of declaration of the state of Israel. In an interview on March 16, 1998, Giladi said:
“I wrote my book: to tell the American people, and especially American Jews, that Jews from Islamic lands did not emigrate willingly to Israel; that, to force them to leave, Jews killed Jews; and that, to buy time to confiscate ever more Arab lands, Jews on numerous occasions rejected genuine peace initiatives
from their Arab neighbors. I say what the first prime minister of Israel called “cruel Zionism.” I write about it because I was part of it.”
French author Agnes Bensimon detailed in her book Hassan II and the Jews how the Mossad paid King Hassan II, $500,000 for every batch of 50,000 Jews, he allowed to emigrate to Palestine.
French colonialists brought European Jews to Algeria in 1830s. They held high positions in French colonial establishment and monopolized the big business in the country including oil and commerce. When the French colonialist were forced to withdraw from Algeria in 1962 – the great majority of 100,000 Algerian Jews optioned to return to their European homelands.
Tunisia, like Yemen, is home to one of world’s oldest Hebrew-speaking communities. During the French occupation of Tunisia (1881-1956), the Jewish population of the country crossed 100,000. However, after the creation of the Zionist entity in 1948 – 50% Tunisian Jews emigrated to Israel and the rest to Europe.
On December 7, 2011, Israel’s Tunisian-born deputy prime minister Silvan Shalom asked the Tunisian Jewish community (pop. 2,000) to emigrate to Israel. In reponse, Jacob Lelouche, who runs a kosher restaurant and was an independent candidate in October 2011 national elections, told BBC reporter on December 31: “Where would I go – to Europe? Come on, I’m not stupid. To Israel? I’m not that stupid either. Silvan can say whatever he wants. I am Tunisian, this is my country. I will stay here. Silvan can not tell me where to live.”
Syria is still home to 200 Jewish families. The rest of Syrian Jews emigrated to the US and Europe in 1992 when Syrian President Hafiz Assad eased country’s immigration law. Albert Cameo, president of Syrian Jewish community, told SFGate in June 2009 that life is much easier for Syrian Jews under the Ba’athist regime. “My family has always been here. It’s important for some of us to stay here to keep our traditions“.
Several Jewish groups (United Against Nuclear Iran, B’nai B’rith, ADL, AJC, etc.) have slammed the Warwick hotel in New York for hosting Ahmadinejad and Iranian delegation during the coming UN General Assembly meeting in N.Y. this month. The United Against Nuclear Iran group is planning to hold a protest rally in front of United Nations headquarters during Ahmadinejad’s speech.
Kenneth Bandler, spokesperson for the AJC said: “No New York City hotel should welcome Iranian President ahmadinejad“. Daniel Mariaschin, the executive vice-president of B’nai B’rith claimed that by allowing Ahmadinejad to stay at the hotel “would leave a serious stain at hotel’s reputation“.