The European Jewish Congress warns that some Jewish comunities in Europe are.idque,teetering on the brink,rdque due to national endorsement of neglect of Anti-Semitizm.

The ESC maintains that a recent wawe of anti-semitzm some of which was official sanctioned,has left some Jewish communities in grave danger.ESC President Dr.Moshe Kantorsums up,ldquo,we are entering a very dark period for Jews in Europe,rdquo.Recent intances of official anti-semitizm include a grave incident that occured in Antwerpen Belgium.A respected governement funded Catholic Scholl,The college of the Sacred Heart,hosted a,quot,Palestina Day,quot,replete with anti-semitic referances and activities for yongsters.One stall al the event has entitled.ldquo,Throw the soldiers in to the sea,rdquo,and children were invited to throw replicas of Israeli soldiers into two large tanks of water.

Last weekend,en event organized for Jewish Children in Malmo,Sweden,was attacked by a gang of thungs who shouted ldquo,Heil Hitler,rdquo and aldquo,Jewish pigs,rdquo;The gang entered the site of event and damaged property.This incident occured only a few weeks after Malmo Major Ilmar Reeplu,ndash,known for having expressed understanding for anti-semitic violance,ndash was reelected,idquo;we acccept neither Zionism nor anti-semitizm,rdquo;Reepllau said of the time,equating-Jewish national self-determination with hate racism.

The ESC also reports that in recent ,former German Bundesbank board member Thilo Sarrasin(Who has since apologized and stepped down),European Commisioner for trade Karel De Guht,and Spanish MEP Emilo Menendez del valle have all made comments perceived as anti-semitic.ldquo;These events occuring soon after the semitic comments of Sarrazin is at best actively prometed and of worst ignored,by some officials in Europe,rdquo;said EJC President Kantor.ldquo;Due to this intolerable situation,small Jewish communities like Malmo are teetering on the brink of extinction,rdquo.

ldquo,small Jewish communities are facing a situation where they are being phisically,verbally and pshcologically threatend by fundamantalist elements and thir extreme left-wing cohorts on one side and the right neo nazis on the other,rdquo;If they can.rsque:t receive protection or respite from mainstream officials,then we are entering a very dark period for the Jews in Europe,rdquo.


The ESC,the democratically elected represantative umbrella organisation of European Jewry,annoced.
That it calls on European governements and the European Union to launch a campaign against intolerance and anti-semitizm .It smilarly wants them to remind European citizens and the New Europe was estabilished after world War 2 on the concept of ldquo,never again,rdquo.

Source: 15/10/2010 A7 News/Hillel Fendel

Greek F.M:Region only gains from blooming bileteral ties.
Dimitris Droutsas to Post:"We ara writing new pages in the history of Greek-IsrealRelations";arrives for one day visit.

Israeli-Greek tises have improved over the past few months at about the some page Israeli-Turkish ties haxe deteriorated,but Greek foreign minister Droutsas believes the two sets of relationship are unrelated.

Droutsas told The Jarusalem Post in an exclusive e-mail interviev just before his arrival on sunday nigth,that the recent bloom in Jarusalem,s relations with Athens"categorially" has no connection to the Israeli-Turkish crises.
International relations are not"a competitive game" he said.
"We don,t see any competitive dimension between the relationship we are devoloping with Israel and our relationship with Turkey,"Droutsas said:"This is because each of these relationship has its own dynamic and its own historical background.
What are doing is writing new pages in the history of Greek -Israeli relations"
Droutsas arrived sunday night as part of regional trip that will also take him to Jordan,the Palestinian Authority,Egypt and Lebanon.

Has visit comes about a year after George Papendreu Center-left Pan hellenic Sosyalist Movement(PASOK) come into power.Initially,there were concerns in Jarusalem about this governement,since Jarusalem generally prefers move.
Conservative gouvernements in Europe,and since Papendreu,s father Andreas,was known for pro-palestinian,anti-Israel learning when he was Greece:s Prime minister from 1981-1989 and from 1993-1996.

But those concerns evaporated as the younger Papendreau altered his conutry,s relationship with israel for the better.
For many years visits by Greek ministers were few and far between,but since a visit here by Papendreau in July,his tourism minister,minister of state,deputy foreign minister have all visited.

Israeli officials have also been visiting Athens with greater frequancy;Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu went to Greece in August,and Amos Gilad,head of Defence Ministry,s diplomatic-military breau,was there earlier this month.Last week the Israeli and Greek forces carried out a joint excercise.
In addition,the foreign ministry,acknowledging the change in the time from Athens,named as its new ambassador to Greek one of senior diplomats.

Arjeh Makel,who served in the past as freign policy adviser to Yitzak Shamir,director general of the broadcast Authority,and consul general in Atlanta and New-York.
Makel according to diplomatic officials,has in only a short time been able to estabilish a clase working relationship with the high echelons in the Greek governement.
The follawing are excerpts from rhe interwiev with Droutsas.

Source:18/10/2010 Herb Kirnon/Jarusalem Post

by Hillel Fendel

The ministerial committee for legislation approved a bill that will grant special benefits to the capital, including incentives for construction in western, eastern and northern Jerusalem.

The committee’s approval means the bill will have official government support when it comes up for its Knesset votes. Some 45 MKs are signed on the proposal, which should have no trouble passing in the Knesset.

The bill calls for an annual government grant to Jerusalem, as well as an upgrade of its status for the encouragement of investments in education, housing, and employment. Jerusalem will now enjoy the highest-priority classification in the country, with the goal of stopping the recent exodus of young couples – and strengthening the city’s Israeli status.

The upgrade in Jerusalem's city status was initiated by MK Uri Ariel (National Union), who said, “The true message given by the passage of this bill is the government’s change of direction regarding Jerusalem, and a signal that construction in the city will soon be unfrozen.”

The bill, which is a set of changes and emendations to the existing Jerusalem Law, specifically encourages the construction of “affordable housing complexes,” to be accomplished by simplifying the planning and approval processes. Many of the city’s reserves for future housing lie in neighborhoods such as Pisgat Ze’ev, Gilo, Ramot, N’vei Yaakov and Har Homa – which were liberated in the Six Day War in 1967 – and therefore some international condemnation of the bill is expected.

Jerusalem, Complete and United

Though visitors to the city can detect no difference between the built-up neighborhoods that were always part of Jerusalem and those that joined 43 years ago, many in the international community still regard the latter as “settlements.” However, Israel’s "Basic Law: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel,” passed in 1980, begins with these words: ”Jerusalem, complete and united, is the capital of Israel.”

Mayor Nir Barkat, who worked hard for the bill’s passage, thanked the ministerial committee for legislation, and said, “The Knesset’s and government’s formal recognition of the need to strengthen Jerusalem is critical for the city’s future and continued growth. This decision will help Jerusalem to continue to be attractive to the young, to tourists, and to investors.”

“This is a first step towards returning Jerusalem to the map of Israel,” MK Ariel said, “in terms of young couples and small and medium businesses. It will encourage housing starts in the capital; until now the policy has been to freeze and neglect Jerusalem, and this will hopefully signal a turnaround and new construction in the capital.”

Communications Minister Moshe Kachlon of the Likud said, “Whoever among the Palestinians and the world expects the present Government of Israel to recognize foreign claims of sovereignty in our capital – is mistaken and misleading.”

    The following document was presented by Eli Hertz at the meeting of the Board of Governors of the American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists on December 3, 2009 in Washington D.C.

    Dear friend,

    Have you ever asked yourself why during the period between 1917 and 1947 hundreds of thousands of Jews throughout the world woke up one morning and decided to leave their homes and go to Palestine? The majority did this because they heard that a future National Home for the Jewish people was being established in Palestine, on the basis of the League of Nations' obligation under the "Mandate for Palestine." This historical document laid down the Jewish legal right to settle anywhere in western Palestine, the area between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea, an entitlement unaltered in international law.

    The "Mandate for Palestine" was not a naïve vision briefly embraced by the international community. Fifty-one member countries - the entire League of Nations - unanimously declared on July 24, 1922:

    "Whereas recognition has been given to the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine and to the grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country."

    American Support for a Jewish National Home:

    On June 30, 1922, a joint resolution (the Lodge Fish Resolution) of both Houses of Congress of the United States unanimously endorsed the "establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people," confirming the irrevocable right of Jews to settle in the area of Palestine – anywhere between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea:

    "Favoring the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.

    "Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That the United States of America favors the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which should prejudice the civil and religious rights of Christian and all other non-Jewish communities in Palestine, and that the holy places and religious buildings and sites in Palestine shall be adequately protected." [italics in the original]

    On September 21, 1922, President Warren G. Harding signed the Lodge-Fish Resolution, endorsing the Balfour Declaration and the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine.

    The U.S. Government (not a member of the League of Nations) maintained that her participation in WWI and her contribution to the defeat of Germany and the defeat of her Allies, entitled the United States to be consulted as to the terms of the "Mandate for Palestine."

    The outcome of this request was a "Convention [Treaty] between the United States of America and the United Kingdom with respect to the rights of the two governments and their nationals in Palestine," a relationship governed by international law. The Convention contains the entire text of the "Mandate for Palestine" including the preamble and was concluded and signed by their respective plenipotentiaries in London on December 3, 1924; Ratification advised by the Senate, February 20, 1925; Ratified by President Calvin Coolidge, March 2, 1925; Ratified by Great Britain, March 18, 1925; Ratifications exchanged at London, December 3, 1925; Proclaimed, December 5, 1925.

    In ratifying the Convention, the United States of America formally recognized the terms of the "Mandate for Palestine" and the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine and to the grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country.

    Any attempt to negate the Jewish people's right to Palestine - Eretz-Israel - and to deny them access and control in the area designated for the Jewish people by the League of Nations is an actionable infringement of both international law and the Supremacy Clause (Article VI, paragraph 2 of the United States Constitution), which dictates that Treaties "shall be the supreme Law of the Land".

    We collectively and individually must do all we can to support the Jewish people and the state of Israel. There is no more crucial time than today, and I believe that this body has the capacity to help defeat the "Occupation" mantra by insisting that the land of Israel has been given to the Jewish people as of right, and in accordance with existing international law.

    Eli E. Hertz


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