India’s ‘Jew hero’ of Bangladesh War

Jacobs-book-cover[2]Indian Army’s Lt. Gen. (ret) Jacob Farj Rafael (born 1923), in his 1997 book, Surrender at Dacca: Birth of a Nation, has boasted that he masterminded the whole military operation against Pakistan Army defending East Pakistan under the command of Lt. Gen. Niazi. He called the “official story” which gave credit to his bosses; Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw and Lt. Gen. Jagjit Singh Aurora, being ‘cockamamie’. He says that both of his superiors were “incompetent figureheads”. Jack is also author of book, An Odyssey in War and Peace.

Gen. Jacob was born into a Baghdadi religious Jewish family that had settled in Calcutta (now Kolkata), British India’s Muslim-majority Bengal provincial capital city. He was the commanding officer of India’s Eastern Command which invaded East Pakistan in 1971 in order to break-up the united East and West Pakistan.

Jacob, a Zionist Jew, has always looked-up to Israel Occupation Force (IOF) as his role model in fighting India’s largest Muslim minority (150 million). He played a major role in India-Israel arms trade and Indian military co-operation with IOF and Mossad to terrorize Indian minorities struggling to break-away from Brahmin-ruled India.

Jack visited Israel frequently during his military career and as BJP party leader, which he joined in mid-1990s to carry his anti-Muslim agenda. Under previous BJP government, Jacob was appointed Governor of Goa and Punjab.

In 2012, Jacob was among the 75 people and six organizations that received the Friends of Liberation War Honor award from Bangladeshi prime minister Hasina Sheikh. The list included Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi, Nepal’s former president Ram Yadav, Bhutan’s King Dorji, Russian presidents Brezhnev and Podgorny,  Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia, UK’s ex-prime minister Sir Heath, BBC, UNHRC, and of course the Hindu terrorist militia Mukti Bahimi.

Their moral and logistic support has been a constant source of inspiration for our valiant fighters,” Hasina said at the ceremony.

A few months ago, Hasina Sheikh’s niece, Tulip Siddiq, was elected member of British parliament with the support Jewish and Zionist groups.

The Gatestone Institute and Jewish press called Jacob: A Man of Honor for Bangladesh.

Aimee Ginsburg, an Israeli newspaper reporter based in Indian-occupied former Portugal enclave of Goa, has paid glowing tribute to fellow Jewish General, calling him: A Jewish Indian War Hero.

Indian prime minister Modi is not the first Hindu leader who has ‘brotherly bond’ with influential Jews like Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former New York Mayor, billionaire Bloomberg. In fact Jews have always associated with India’s powerful Nehru Dynasty. It all began with Jawaherlal Nehru’s love affair with Lady Mountbatten who had Jewish family roots. Nehru’s younger sister Krishna married into Gujarat’s rich Jain Hutheesing family known for its Zionist connection. One of the family members is Ajit Hutheesing, a billionaire at the Jewish-controlled Wall Street. In 1958, Krishna met Israel’s first prime minister David Ben-Gurion in Tel Aviv.

Indira Gandhi established close bond with Dorothy Norman, a wealthy Jewish woman in New York. Indira Gandhi’s another friend was no other than Lord Greville Ewan Janner, UK’s famous child molester, Holocaust Hoaxer and former president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews.

Indira Gandhi’s son, Rajiv Gandhi, maintained family friendship with Lord Janner as India’s prime minister in order to have London’s support against Islamabad. Rajiv Gandhi’s daughter, Priyanka Gandhi’s close confidant, Leela Samson, is daughter of Vice-Admiral (ret) Benjamin Abraham Samson, an Indian Jew from Pune. Leela Samson held several senior posts under Congress-led UPA government (2004-2014).

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