On November 14, 2014, Assim Abbasi, 22, son of a stenographer at Pakistan’s embassy in Brussels became a target of Israel’s paranoid security agency, Shin Beth which is responsible for the security of Israeli embassies around the world. One of its agent saw a non-White young person with a beard carrying a “concealed weapon”. The agent took the picture of the “suspect”, ran to the nearest public telephone booth and reported his “terrorist discovery” to Israeli embassy in Brussels. The embassy immediately raised “red alarm” and shut-down the embassy.
The pictures of the “suspected terrorist” were published by dozens of Belgium’s Jewish controlled media under the header “anti-Semite killer”. To a great Zionist surprise, next day a brown young man showed-up at a Brussels police station carrying his “concealed weapon” supposedly mean to kill a few Jews at the Israeli embassy. The “weapon” was a cricket bat which he had covered with his sweater to protect it from rain. He was on way to a cricket practice (Pakistan’s national sport) when he was spotted by the Israeli terrorist.
“I wrapped my bat in my sweatshirt because it was raining and if it is wet I cannot play cricket properly,” Assim Abbasi told police officer.
However, the Jewish smear campaign against his son shortened Abbasi’s assignment in Belgium. He along with his family was recalled by Pakistan’s foreign services department in Islamabad.
Well, this is not the first Israeli hoax to demonize country’s one-million-strong Muslim community. In December 2011, Israel propaganda organization, Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), released a video showing some dude dressed in military camouflage calling fellow Muslims to make every effort to establish Islamic Shari’ah in Belgium. The video was posted on over dozens of anti-Islam website funded by the seven pro-Israel Jewish foundations. They all quoted pro-Israel White supremacist Filip DeWinter to prove their point that Belgium is on its way to become an Islamic state.
In May 2011 – Shimon Samuels, director Simon Wiesenthal Center and European Jewish Congress (EJC) President Dr. Moshe Kantor had demanded that Belgium prime minister Yves Leterme should fire his justice minister Stefaan De Clerck for his ministry’s accepting a 70-page indictment against Israeli leaders (Ehud Olmert, Ehud Barak and Tzipi Livni, etc.) for committing war crimes during Operation Cast Lead in Gaza in 2009. Livni had refrained from traveling to Belgium in 2009 during her stint as foreign minister for fear of being arrested in that country.
In November 2011, Rabbi Marvin Hier of the Simon Wiesenthal Center had demanded that Hillary Clinton fire her Jewish ambassador to Belgium, Howard Gutman, for blaming Israel for fuelling anti-Semitism in Europe and the Muslim world.
In 2013, pro-Israel Belgium politicians submitted a proposal to the government to limit Muslim influence in Belgium.