The “hasbara fable” of Judy Feld Carr, the Jewish spy mother of six kids is back. She claims that during a period of 28 years, she along with her husband Dr. Ronald Feld managed to smuggle 3,000 Jews out of Syria where they lived as “hostage” of Syrian government. Since her claim, she has become Canadian Judith Socolov or Ans van Dijk. Judy received Israel’s highest award from entity’s president Shimon Peres.
On August 17, 2012, daily Times of Israel, quoted Judy saying: “Thanks God, there are almost no Jews in Syria now“. The newspaper claimed she saved the lives of not 3,000, but 3,228 Jews.
On ’2013 April Fool Day’, Times of Israel reported that Syria’s only remaining synagogue, Jobar synagogue, was looted and destroyed by the Syrian forces.
On September 2, 2013, the Jerusalem Post reported that there are 50 Jews living in Damascus out of once flourishing Syrian Jewish community which left for Israel or the United States. The newspaper posted a picture of Jews celebrating Rosh Hashanah in Damascus synagogue.
On January 2, 2014, OpEdNews published Judy’s a very lengthy interview conducted by Joan Brunwasser. Judy was presented to be a Canadian Judith.
I will leave to readers to judge who is not lying!
In January 2013, Jewish Community Magazine posted the story of “The Syrian Jew who saved Israel’. This Israeli hero of the Six Day War of 1967, is Eli Cohen, an Egyptian-born Jew of Syrian ancestry. At young age, Eli Cohen joined Egyptian underground Jewish terrorist group Haganah which carried out terrorism against Jewish properties and synagogues in Cairo and Alexandria. He took part in the 1954 Lavon Affair. In 1956, Eli along with some other Jews was deported to Italy. Later, Eli moved to Tel Aviv where his parents lived. In 1960, he was enlisted by AMAN, a spy agency of Israel Occupation Force (IOF). His name became Kamal Amin Taabet, and his parents’ names were Amin Taabet and Sa’ida Ibrahim. He was born in Beirut to Syrian-born parents, and his family immigrated to Alexandria when he was three years old. His parents died in 1956.
Kamal, the Crypto-Jew was sent to Argentina learn the language, culture, and ins-and-outs of Syrian-Argentinean community. Kamal befriended Amin al-Hafiz, a Syrian military official temporarily living in Argentina, who would return to Syria in 1963 and lead a coup, which resulted in his becoming President of Syria. Less than a year after moving to Argentina, Eli returned to Israel to prepare for his entry into Damascus. He flew from Israel to Europe, and on January 1, 1962, he sailed from Genoa to Beirut, from where he got a ride to his apartment in Damascus with a man he had met on the ship.
Kamal Amin Taabet, was treated as part of the President’s family. Eli Cohen thus found himself rubbing shoulders with the highest-ranking officials of the ruling Ba’athist party. Eli was thus able to provide the Jewish army with accurate, detailed reports about Syrian military planning. Eli is credited for helping Israeli forces to capture Golan Heights. As the years progressed, Eli’s broadcasts to his superiors in Tel-Aviv became longer and more frequent, putting him at greater risk of exposure. In late 1964, Syrian intelligence officials stepped up their efforts to track down suspected leaks of sensitive information. Besides their suspicions of Israeli espionage, the Syrians officials were also suspecting some traitor among them.
On January 18, 1965, Syrian officials raided Eli’s apartment and caught him red-handed, in the act of sending a message to Israel. On May 8, 1965, Eli Cohen was sentenced to execution. Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir led the campaign to appeal to the international community on Eli’s behalf. Numerous leaders and heads of state, including Pope Paul VI and the governments of Belgium, Canada and France, petitioned the Syrian President to have the sentence commuted. Despite the efforts, the sentence stood. On May 15, 1965, Cohen was hanged to meet Theodor Herzl, wherever he is! Cohen’s remains were interred in Syria. The Zionist regime honored his hero by a monument in the military cemetery in Jerusalem and naming illegal Jewish settlement of Eliad (“Eli Forever”) in Golan Heights as are several streets in major Israeli cities. In 2009, the municipality of Bat Yam, Eli’s hometown, announced plans to construct a museum to memorialize Cohen.