Sunday, March 26, 2017

And Then, There Were None

As Hillel Neuer put it last week:


Here's another tale of apartheid from the Arab world. 

"Marcelle Haroun, 91, cries when she discusses her community's fading past.

"According to the stories, Jews lived in Egypt since the pharaohs. Do you want to make centuries of history vanish?" she says.

"There were between 80,000 and 120,000 Jews in Egypt up until the mid-20th century."

"They had an impact that far exceeded their numbers in trade and even cinema, with actress and singer Leila Murad dominating the silver screen in the 1940s and 1950s."

"But the Arab-Israeli war of 1948 led to the disintegration of the community, with many leaving Egypt or being forced out under the regime of president Gamal Abdel Nasser. Today, the Jews of Egypt are estimated to number 18, with 12 of them in the coastal city of Alexandria."

"Magda Haroun's dream is for Jewish artefacts to be seen by the public, perhaps in a planned museum of Egyptian civilisation."

Where a thriving community once was, now there can only be a dream for a museum. 

How pathetic. 

This is what is happening in Europe as well. 

There will be only Jewish cemeteries and museums with artifacts. 

And by the way, North America isn't actually that far behind if we continue on the suicidal refugee plots of our elites. 

I'll say it again: Jews are the litmus test for civilization.