Rabbi Dr Sidney Brichto writes a letter to The Telegraph in response to the Arch-Dhimmi of Canterbury’s ongoing appeasement of Muslim supremacism in the guise of “understanding”
Earlier, (April 8, 2004) Rabbi Brichto said this during a brief interview published in The Independent:
Is the war on terror a just war?
I think it is a war for Western survival, so it’s a defensive war.
And a year ago writing in The Jewish Chronicle of London Rabbi Brichto exposed and eviscerated the ugly hypocrisy of the dhimmi “progressive” Jews within his midst:
So why are these Jews participating in the campaign to shame Israel? Why are they joining panels to condemn Israel’s abuse of human rights (and have the chutzpah to criticise the Israeli embassy for not participating)? Why are they seeking justice for the Palestinians through using every opportunity to claim that Israel is to blame for the atrocities inflicted on her because of her so-called disproportionate response? These Jews maintain they really care for the Zionist dream, but in fact reveal themselves as enemies of the Jewish people.
I recently agreed to participate in a seminar on Israel. The organisers suggested inviting another rabbi known for being publicly critical of Israel, to give the session “balance”. For the first time, my reply was: “No.” I love debates, but the time for debates between Jews over Israel is over. I once debated on the BBC’s Hardtalk with a fellow Liberal rabbi on Israel’s attack against Jenin, but never again! I will defend Israel against non-Jews, but will no longer debate with another Jew for the pleasure of a prejudiced TV presenter.
I doubt the motives of these Jews. Why do their hearts bleed more for the destruction of an Arab olive grove than for the barbaric killing of Jews in their marketplaces and discos? Why do they blame Israel for everything that goes wrong, eg it was she who originally strengthened Hamas, a counterbalance to the PLO, and if she had been more accommodating to President Abu Abbas, then Hamas would not have won the election, and so on? They never seem to wonder why most Palestinians would still prefer to live under an Israeli rather than a Palestinian government.
There is growing evidence that these Jews (some of whom have discovered their Jewishness only to express their hostility to Israel) have a left-wing ideology which transcends their love of kith and kin. Deep down they believe that a sovereign Jewish State was a mistake and wish it had never happened, and want to see it transformed, and don’t worry about the life-and-death consequences for those Jews living in it.