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Woher kommt die Judenfeindlichkeit in Deutschland? Und warum tun wir so wenig dagegen? Der Historiker Peter Longerich sieht eine klare Linie.
Historiker Longerich: »Der Antisemitismus ist weit in unsere Gesellschaft vorgedrungen«
#Panorama #Gesellschaft #Antisemitismus #Judentum #Israel #AdolfEichmann #Nationalsozialismus #AdolfHitler


 

Trotz Lockdown: Massen bei Trauerzug für toten Rabbi | DW | 31.01.2021


Tausende ultraorthodoxe Juden haben in Jerusalem an der Bestattung eines Rabbiners teilgenommen. Das Versammlungsverbot wegen der Corona-Pandemie interessiert sie nicht.
Trotz Lockdown: Massen bei Trauerzug für toten Rabbi | DW | 31.01.2021
#Israel #Corona #Coronavirus #Lockdown #Rabbi #Bestattung #Ultraorthodoxe


 

Trotz Lockdown: Massen bei Trauerzug für toten Rabbi | DW | 31.01.2021


Tausende ultraorthodoxe Juden haben in Jerusalem an der Bestattung eines Rabbiners teilgenommen. Das Versammlungsverbot wegen der Corona-Pandemie interessiert sie nicht.
Trotz Lockdown: Massen bei Trauerzug für toten Rabbi | DW | 31.01.2021
#Israel #Corona #Coronavirus #Lockdown #Rabbi #Bestattung #Ultraorthodoxe


 

Israel erhöht Druck auf Iran in Syrien | DW | 24.01.2021


Mit Luftangriffen auf pro-iranische Stellungen im Osten Syriens zeigt Israel, dass es Irans militärische Präsenz nirgendwo in Syrien akzeptiert.
Israel erhöht Druck auf Iran in Syrien | DW | 24.01.2021
#Syrien #Israel #Iran #Revolutionsgarden


 

Israel erhöht Druck auf Iran in Syrien | DW | 24.01.2021


Mit Luftangriffen auf pro-iranische Stellungen im Osten Syriens zeigt Israel, dass es Irans militärische Präsenz nirgendwo in Syrien akzeptiert.
Israel erhöht Druck auf Iran in Syrien | DW | 24.01.2021
#Syrien #Israel #Iran #Revolutionsgarden


 
#FacesOfAntifa #antifa (i would like to reccomand that 2 hashtags, if thats ok and lets use all that little dislcaimer from @Thanatos which i partly complemented)

Let’s flood #Diaspora with lovely #women who fought against #Fascism, #Racism, #Antisemitism. I’m sick of the net being full of posts about whiny male Fascist #terrorists, they fought for us in fighting them!


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Sara Fortis (born Sarika Yehoshua in 1927 in Chalkis, a small town near Athens, Greece) never knew her father, who passed away when she was only two months old. Raised by her mother, Sara and her sister enjoyed a happy childhood. Though they identified as 100% Greek, they also celebrated being Jewish by lighting candles every Friday and attending temple on holidays.

Sara knew it was time to leave her hometown when the Germans arrived in 1941. She had heard about Jews in other small Greek towns being deported by the Nazis and never returning. Sara and her mother escaped to the small village of Kuturla and hid there for a short while. When it was no longer safe for Jews, Sara was told to go, although the villagers agreed to hide her mother. Leaving her mother, Sara decided to become an andarte (resistance fighter). Wanting to play a significant role in the group, she decided to go from village to village to recruit other females who wanted to fight.

Sara formed a band of #female #partisans that became indispensable to the male fighters, transforming young village girls into women. On their first mission, they were ordered to throw Molotov cocktails to distract the enemy and allow the partisans to attack. Impressed by their skills, the male partisans invited the all-female group to join in many missions. They burned down houses, executed Nazi collaborators, and aided the men in a way no group of females had before. The male andartes were given credit for many missions the women completed, as it was unfathomable that women could accomplish such acts. Often the women were forced to sleep next to the men and Sara constantly worried about the women's safety.

Sara became a prominent and well-respected figure in the andartes movement in Greece. By age 18, she was known as 'Kapetenissa [Captain]Sarika'. The Nazis sent an informer to try to capture her, but mistakenly arrested -- then brutally raped and murdered -- her cousin, Medi. Vowing revenge, she tracked down and executed the informer.

After the war, the andartes fell out of favor with the new Greek government. Sara was arrested, but owing to her great reputation, she was released shortly after. She then emigrated to #Israel, where she met her husband and settled down.
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#FacesOfAntifa #antifa (i would like to reccomand that 2 hashtags, if thats ok and lets use all that little dislcaimer from @Thanatos which i partly complemented)

Let’s flood #Diaspora with lovely #women who fought against #Fascism, #Racism, #Antisemitism. I’m sick of the net being full of posts about whiny male Fascist #terrorists, they fought for us in fighting them!


Bild/Foto Bild/Foto

Sara Fortis (born Sarika Yehoshua in 1927 in Chalkis, a small town near Athens, Greece) never knew her father, who passed away when she was only two months old. Raised by her mother, Sara and her sister enjoyed a happy childhood. Though they identified as 100% Greek, they also celebrated being Jewish by lighting candles every Friday and attending temple on holidays.

Sara knew it was time to leave her hometown when the Germans arrived in 1941. She had heard about Jews in other small Greek towns being deported by the Nazis and never returning. Sara and her mother escaped to the small village of Kuturla and hid there for a short while. When it was no longer safe for Jews, Sara was told to go, although the villagers agreed to hide her mother. Leaving her mother, Sara decided to become an andarte (resistance fighter). Wanting to play a significant role in the group, she decided to go from village to village to recruit other females who wanted to fight.

Sara formed a band of #female #partisans that became indispensable to the male fighters, transforming young village girls into women. On their first mission, they were ordered to throw Molotov cocktails to distract the enemy and allow the partisans to attack. Impressed by their skills, the male partisans invited the all-female group to join in many missions. They burned down houses, executed Nazi collaborators, and aided the men in a way no group of females had before. The male andartes were given credit for many missions the women completed, as it was unfathomable that women could accomplish such acts. Often the women were forced to sleep next to the men and Sara constantly worried about the women's safety.

Sara became a prominent and well-respected figure in the andartes movement in Greece. By age 18, she was known as 'Kapetenissa [Captain]Sarika'. The Nazis sent an informer to try to capture her, but mistakenly arrested -- then brutally raped and murdered -- her cousin, Medi. Vowing revenge, she tracked down and executed the informer.

After the war, the andartes fell out of favor with the new Greek government. Sara was arrested, but owing to her great reputation, she was released shortly after. She then emigrated to #Israel, where she met her husband and settled down.
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Israels Ultraorthodoxe ignorieren Corona | DW | 12.10.2020


Israel hat eine hohe Zahl von Corona-Infektionen, besonders in ultraorthodox geprägten Städten und Vierteln. Dort halten viele Bürger sich nicht an die Beschränkungen - und bringen die Öffentlichkeit gegen sich auf.
Israels Ultraorthodoxe ignorieren Corona | DW | 12.10.2020
#Israel #Coronavirus #Corona-Pandemie #COVID-19 #Ultra-Orthodoxe #Haredim #BenjaminNetanjahu


 

Israels Ultraorthodoxe ignorieren Corona | DW | 12.10.2020


Israel hat eine hohe Zahl von Corona-Infektionen, besonders in ultraorthodox geprägten Städten und Vierteln. Dort halten viele Bürger sich nicht an die Beschränkungen - und bringen die Öffentlichkeit gegen sich auf.
Israels Ultraorthodoxe ignorieren Corona | DW | 12.10.2020
#Israel #Coronavirus #Corona-Pandemie #COVID-19 #Ultra-Orthodoxe #Haredim #BenjaminNetanjahu


 

Bds : Le jugement historique de la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme est définitif !


Ça y est ! C’est définitif : il n’y a pas eu de recours de la part du gouvernement français auprès de la Chambre d’appel de la Cour Européenne des droits de l’Homme, en ce 18 septembre 2020, qui était la date limite pour un éventuel recours. L’Etat français est bel et bien condamné pour avoir sanctionné l’appel au boycott d’Israel, indique Me Grégory THUAN Dit DIEUDONNE !

C’est curieux comme les médias dominants ont été discrets sur ce scoop historique, dont la portée s’étend à la totalité du continent européen : L’État français a été condamné le 11 juin, par la Cour Européenne des Droits de l’Homme (CEDH) à payer 100 000 euros de dommages et intérêts, pour violation du droit à la liberté d’expression, (article 10), à des militants sanctionnés pour avoir appelé au boycott des produits israéliens.

https://entreleslignesentrelesmots.blog/2020/09/25/bds-le-jugement-historique-de-la-cour-europeenne-des-droits-de-lhomme-est-definitif/

#israel #bds #france


 

Neue Corona-Welle in Nahost: Zu früh gelockert


Hunderte Neuinfektionen täglich und ein erneuter Lockdown: Israel und die palästinensischen Gebiete trifft eine neue Corona-Welle.
Neue Corona-Welle in Nahost: Zu früh gelockert
#Israel #Palästina #Nahost-Konflikt #Nahost #Politik #Schwerpunkt


 

Neue Corona-Welle in Nahost: Zu früh gelockert


Hunderte Neuinfektionen täglich und ein erneuter Lockdown: Israel und die palästinensischen Gebiete trifft eine neue Corona-Welle.
Neue Corona-Welle in Nahost: Zu früh gelockert
#Israel #Palästina #Nahost-Konflikt #Nahost #Politik #Schwerpunkt