In what is considered by many to be the second major Jewish exodus (following the story of Passover), more than 2 million Jews * have left the countries of the former Soviet Union shortly before and after its collapse, mainly for the United States, Germany, Canada and Israel and all mainly for economic reasons, hoping to get richer. There are fewer than 200,000 self-identified Jews in Russia today. Anti-Semitic incidents have been on the rise in a number of European countries, including Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, and Italy. Much of this is related to tension between Jewish and Muslim communities and the rightful criticism of Israel’s clearly immoral acts in Palestine. It’s impossible to deny that acts of incitement and violence against Arabs have multiplied in the Jewish society. Arab workers are reporting a rise in Job Discrimination as well. Israel practices falsely that it’s legitimate to inflict suffering on innocent people in order to discourage all terrorism. Israel steals Palestinian lands too. In Europe the rise of anti-Jewish sentiment has been most notable in France, home to Europe’s largest populations of both Jews and Muslims. 24 percent of the French population and 21 percent of the German population still seem to harbor some anti-Semitic attitudes and all this rebuttal isn’t just a problem with Muslims… **
* With some exceptions among individuals, and with the exception of commercial transactions, Jewish communities in pre-war Poland, Russia, Ukraine largely functioned as insular, self-absorbed, elitist, and self-positioned “strangers” in the society. The gulf between Christians and Jews was enormous; in pre-Holocaust Poland, for example, the intermarriage rate between Poles and Jews was only one per cent. This ethnic isolation was self-imposed by Jews from the earliest times of their residence in Poland. Most Jews consciously chose not to assimilate into the Christian society, many could not even speak the nation;s language , and few had friendly relationships with the non-Jews around them. “Jews ” had no contacts with Christians at all. On the way to school we passed a Roman Catholic church and a Russian Orthodox church, and we spat, pronouncing the words found in Deuteronomy 7:26, ‘ … though shalt utterly detest it, and thou shalt utterly abhor it; for it is a cursed thing.’ [Needless to say, the venerable Jewish tradition of spitting before Christian Churches and in the presence of the Cross did not endear Jews to their Christian neighbors. For further information, see (off-site) Israel Shahak’s Spitting on the Cross. Such is still too often the same way today.. The Jewish fear of or disdain for Christians was prevalent then and now too. As Norman Davies notes, “to ask why the Poles did little to help the Jews is rather like asking why the Jews did nothing to assist the Poles.” “In prewar Poland,” the majority of Jews did not regard themselves as Poles. Jewish self-segregation was the norm for most Jews of Eastern Europe. “Jewish separatism,” notes Jewish author Eva Hoffman about Poland, “was also an active choice, and it also had its consequences. It meant that Jewish individuals and communities cultivated their own alienness,” and thus got little support when they next needed it. http://library.flawlesslogic.com/poles.htm
Canada is a professing Christian nation where 75 percent of Canadians consider themselves Christians..It may sound alarmist but one of the biggest that Christianity and Christians today are facing is the invasion of their churches by Jews who bring their ungodly values, false Judaic doctrines with them and they the Jews do often try to thrust them unto Christians. Christianity is a new religion and not an extension or a continuation of the old testament Judaism as Christians do solely follow the teachings of the New Testament as detailed by Jesus and the first Apostles. It should be noted that the largest settlements of Jews has occurred after world War II and has occurred in North America and in Israel mainly by Russian Jews. Do also note that the common reference to the Russian Mafia is solely consisting of Russian speaking Jews since no Russian citizen has been allowed to immigrate out of Russia the last 100 years due to the prohibitive cost of a Russian exit visit. Do also see the truth
Note the most significant aspects of the little-known Lautenberg Amendment, Public Law 101-167, which was enacted November 21, 1989 and has been renewed annually by the U.S. Congress. “Lautenberg measure [that] gave refugee status to people from historically persecuted groups without requiring them to show that they had been singled out” and noted that the senator “estimated that 350,000 to 400,000 Jews entered the United States under the 1990 law”.The death of New Jersey Senator Frank R. Lautenberg , the son of Jewish immigrants from Poland and Russia, was in Paterson, New Jersey on June 4, 2013. Lautenberg, 89, died of viral pneumonia, Lautenberg was the oldest serving U.S. senator and the last lawmaker in the chamber to have served in World War II. He was a vocal advocate for the State of Israel and the American Jewish community.
The 25 year old US Lautenberg Amendment, is used mainly for the Jews, allows those groups covered by the legislation (nationals from the former Soviet Union, Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania who are Jews, Evangelical Christians, Ukrainian Catholics or Ukrainian Orthodox; nationals of Vietnam, Laos, or Cambodia; and Jews, Christians, Baha’is and other religious minorities from Iran) to prove they are eligible for special refugee status “with a credible, but not necessarily individual, fear of persecution.” By contrast, the US Immigration and Nationality Act “requires prospective refugees to establish a well-founded fear of persecution on a case-by-case basis.” Those covered by the US Lautenberg Amendment are eligible for Special Cash Assistance and for US Federal Public Assistance Programs including, but not limited to, Social Security, Medicaid, Food Stamps, and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. 370,000 refugees were admitted from the Former Soviet Union in the first ten years of the Lautenberg Amendment. Also included in the continuing resolution was $10 million in Homeland Security funding for securing the non-profits organizations. Most of such allocations in the past have gone to Jewish organizations. Although Lautenberg maintained that his amendment was religion-related, the UJA-Federation of New York’s Jewish Community Study of New York: 2011 Community Report indicates that “almost a fourth” of Russian-speaking Jews in New York “consider themselves belonging to no religion.” “ The admission of former Soviet Jews” under this “special” status meant that “former Soviet Jews were eligible for eventual permanent resident status as well as access to cash assistance, language courses, and job-training programs normally provided only to bona fide refugees.” “To many Hispanic advocates, the inequity was obvious.” Numerous Jewish organizations including the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, the Chicago Jewish Federation, involved for years in absorbing Jewish and other refugees into the city, also has been a lead group in lobbying for Lautenberg Amendment.
There are different definitions of who is a Jew, which makes Jewish population estimates a very complex science. In demographic terms, a “core” Jewish population includes people who self-identify as Jewish in social surveys, and do not have another monotheistic religion. It also includes people who may not recognise themselves as Jewish, but have Jewish parents and have not adopted a different religious identity. It further includes all converts to Judaism by any procedure, as well as other people who declare themselves to be Jewish even without having undergone conversion. So a “core” Jewish population overlaps with, but does not coincide with, the halachic (Jewish legal) definition of who is a Jew, or for that matter, any other normative definition. http://www.jpr.org.uk/map
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the world’s major sources of instability.
1- Israel currently has 262 Jewish-only settlements and ‘outposts’ built on confiscated Palestinian land. Palestinians do not have any settlements on Israeli land.
2- The Israeli unemployment rate is 5.8%, while the Palestinian unemployment in the West Bank is 22.5% and 41% in Gaza.
3- 133 Israeli children have been killed by Palestinians and 2,060 Palestinian children have been killed by Israelis since September 29, 2000
4 -1,195 Israelis and at least 9,826 Palestinians have been killed since September 29, 2000.
5- 11,018 Israelis and 71,841 Palestinians have been injured since September 29, 2000.
6 – During Fiscal Year 2014, the U.S. is providing Israel with at least $8.5 million per day in military aid and $0 in military aid to the Palestinians.
7 – Israel has been targeted by at least 77 UN resolutions and the Palestinians have been targeted by 1
8 – 0 Israelis are being held prisoner by Palestinians, while 6,500 Palestinians are currently imprisoned by Israel.
9- 0 Israeli homes have been demolished by Palestinians and at least 28,000 Palestinian homes have been demolished by Israel since 1967