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I have just been informed that the Jewish Studies department at Ottawa’s Carleton University has received 3 threats: 2 threatening blog posts and one threatening phone message.

The blogs, which have pretty much identical posts, talk about Carleton and say “We need to identify the Zionist Kikes and their handmaidens. It is time to draw up the lists, the time to use them is near, and here.” The blog later identifies Carleton as being “Jewed” and directly identifies the Jewish Studies Department, in addition to Carleton President Runte. “What is the chance that this Roseann Runte is a J-w as well?”

The highly distubring links are here and here.

The phone message was left on the Jewish Studies’ Department voicemail. According to my source, the caller was “an educated-sounding, middle-aged man.”

This is a small portion of what he said:

“When Mr. Ahmajinejad said Israel will cease to exist – this is true – can’t continue genocide of people and murdering. Israel’s days are numbered. If Israel wants democracy – give it to all Arab people. Population of Palestinians more than Israelis.”

It is being demonstrated time and time again that Israeli Apartheid Week is not about free speech: it is about intimidation, libel, and blatant anti-Semitism.

As Canadians who believe in a society where everyone has the right to live free of fear, as people who believe that the truth must be preserved, as students that are sick and tired of distractions taking them away from their school work, we must put an end to this week. It serves absolutely no productive purpose.

We say that terrorists are evil, even if their cause is noble, because they sacrifice innocents to get their message out. Is this not what the Left is doing to get their message out? What is the cost of holding IAW? If the cost is violence, intimidation and alienation of Canadians, then is that cost not too high, even if the message is noble?

I urge the organizers of this event to contemplate these issues. If they really care about human life, human dignity, and “oppression wherever it is found”, as they constantly claim they do, then they will cancel this event next year. Otherwise, they are fully complacent in these attacks, and they are a complete sham.

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20 Responses to “Jewish Studies Centre at Carleton University receives anti-Semitic threats”

  1. anarchore says:

    That is not threatening, you moron. What is threatening, is Zionist J-ws who have taken over Canadian politics and foreign policy, and want to silence those who criticize them.

    Truth doesn’t seem to matter to you, when lying for the motherland is so much more rewarding.

  2. Gubu World says:

    Mikecg

    Very disturbing indeed. Mike I know a lot of people who hold eccentric views, some on the right some on the left. Many of these people I like. I often find myself wondering are these people mad, well meaning or just a little confused. Sometimes its hard to tell. But sometimes its easy. Its easy when people leave anonymous messages to threaten and intimidate. Its easy when people hold racist, sectarian or anti semitic views. Its easy when people start to blame Jews for just about every problem in the world. In such cases like with “anarchore” above it becomes easy to identify cowardice and stupidity. I hope you and other Canadian Jews take some satisfaction from knowing you are much better people than the racist graffiti artists and cowardly prank callers will ever be.

  3. anarchore says:

    Its easy when people start to blame Jews for just about every problem in the world.

    How about the problem of trying to control opinion in Canada, led by those who claim to represent you?

    They call themselves J-wish groups, then go on to try to manage the opinion of a nation through threats.

    Do you identify with the Bnai B’rith? Because it is groups like them and the CJC that are causing people to not like J-ws. Don’t think that the CJC’s turfing of a Liberal candidate last election did not go un-noticed.

    Don’t you understand that driving criticism underground is not a good idea? Bnai B’rith and the CJC seem to think you can manhandle opinions, but it doesn’t work that way. Too many people in Canada still retain their faculties.

  4. Jay Currie says:

    Revolting as your views are anarchore you might try to get your facts mildly close to straight…the Liberal “truther” candidate dumped in the last election was found and publicized by free speech engaged elements of the right wing blogosphere – the CJC was four days late to the festivities.
    And what’s with the J-ws thing? Do you think a “-” makes you any less anti-Semitic? Dolt.

  5. Tim says:

    I find it hard to believe that in a modern, so called liberal, democracy we still can have a day dedicated to the destruction of a sovereign nation and the genocide of a people. Most of the people who come out to these events know nothing of the truth in Palestine, they just get the anti Semitic bias media version of events. These same people see nothing wrong with Palestinians launching rockets from Gaza into Israel yet if Israel dares to respond they go berserk.
    This is of course the fault of the aforementioned media, with the help of the UN (who do not even see fit to put Israel on their map), successive liberal governments who pander to the anyone who plays the “victim” card, and of course Canadians as a whole who let the vocal minority shout anti Semitic slogans in the street and do nothing to stop them.
    I am not Jewish and to my knowledge I have no Jewish blood in me, yet I have the ability to read and seek out the truth in issues like Palestine. Why can the people who attend these rallies not do the same? Why would they rather be spoon fed their opinions from a bunch of hate mongers? It’s really kinda pathetic.

  6. Dr.Dawg says:

    You are aware, of course, that the two links you provide are to the neo-Nazi “anarchore,” who actually lives in BC?

    Don’t put that on the organizers of IAW. Nor on the participants. That’s just cheap politics, and you know it.

  7. Daniel says:

    Anarchore,

    Israel has taken sacrifices in the hope of obtaining peace. In 2005 Israel removed 9000 of it’s citizens from Gaza and parts of the West Bank. In spite of this, violence still continues in the way of drive by shootings of Israeli citizens, kidnappings and killings of Israeli citizens by missiles. For there to be any kind of lasting peace, there has to be a stop of the violence.

    Israel looks forward to a time when Palestinian children will grow up to be lawyers, doctors and business people, not suicide bombers. Also it would be nice if Islamic charities focused on giving a hand up to it’s citizens and actually focused on their needs, rather than focusing on killing Jews.

    It would be nice, too, if childrens cartoon shows, rather than focusing on hate by glorify suicide bombers, would actually be for the purpose of entertainment. This also goes for Palestinian schools that are creating an atmosphere of hate.

    Israel knows what it’s like for families to lose loved ones, as parents live in fear of sending there children off to school and wondering if they will return alive or not.

    That you would take the of those who have vowed to destroy Israel is outrageous. Israel needs a lasting peace, not one that is not worth the piece of paper an agreement is written on. Jordan and Egypt for instance have peace agreements with Israel.

    It’s unusual that you don’t see this, but considering your screen name, I shouldn’t be too surprised.

  8. anarchore says:

    Jay Currie:

    Revolting as your views are anarchore you might try to get your facts mildly close to straight…the Liberal “truther” candidate dumped in the last election was found and publicized by free speech engaged elements of the right wing blogosphere – the CJC was four days late to the festivities.

    Then spineless Zio-puppet Dion said, “I have complete confidence in the J-wish Congress”, and the J-wish Congress decided that relaying facts about Isr-el was a no-no, so Hughes had to go! Get it?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzT7nAqf_Bo

    And what’s with the J-ws thing? Do you think a “-” makes you any less anti-Semitic? Dolt.

    Nope, it is a protest against what is going on in this country, where you are not allowed to name a racketeering group that happens to be J-ws. Now the Zionist J-ws are trying to outlaw criticism of Isr-el in Canada(not just in the MSM, which they have succeeded). Get yourself an education: http://radicalpress.com/?p=941

  9. anarchore says:

    Tim, I fixed your comment to be accurate:

    I find it hard to believe that in a modern, so called liberal, democracy we still can have a day dedicated to the destruction of a sovereign nation and the genocide of a people. Most of the people who come out to these events know nothing of the truth in Palestine, they just get the Zionist bias media version of events. These same people see nothing wrong with Isr-el starving, raping and killing Gaza into oblivion yet if the Palestinians dare to respond with firecrackers they go berserk.

    This is of course the fault of the aforementioned Zionist media, with the help of the Canadian government(who do not even see fit to recognize Gazas democratically elected government), successive Liberal and Conservative governments who pander to anyone who plays the “anti-semitism” card, and of course Canadians as a whole who let the vocal minority shout anti Muslim slogans in the newspapers and all over the media and do nothing to stop them.

  10. anarchore says:

    You are aware, of course, that the two links you provide are to the neo-Nazi “anarchore,” who actually lives in BC?
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    Dr Dawg, you like to call names, you the coward who banned me from commenting on his blog because you were afraid that I would expose you as the Zio-lite ninny that you are.

    I have a lot more respect for conservatives who allow debate than you so-called progessives who say that mention of the Isr-el Lobby having influence over govt is antisemitic, then cut off further debate.

    What does that make you, an opinion-Nazi?

  11. Daniel says:

    Anar_chore: These same people see nothing wrong with Isr-el starving, raping and killing Gaza into oblivion …

    Could you please site your sources??

    … not that it would do any good.

  12. anarchore says:

    Sure Daniel, I’ll play your game of pretending you don’t know the State of Israel was founded on terrorism, and brings up it’s children in an ideology of hatred and supremacy:

    http://snippits-and-slappits.blogspot.com/2009/03/west-forgets-that-israel-is-founded-on.html
    June 1, 2007 ~ Israeli troops shot and killed two 13-year-old Palestinians ~Ahmed Abu Zbeida and Zaher al-Majdalawi ~ near the Gaza-Israel border fence, saying that they were crawling toward the barrier in a “suspicious manner.” The boys had told their families they were going to the beach. (The Guardian, June 1, 2007)
    —————————————————————————–
    In its year-end review of Israeli violence against Palestinian people, the Israeli Human Rights Organization B’tselem stated that in 2007, up to 29 December, Israeli security forces killed 373 Palestinians ~ 290 in Gaza, 83 in the West Bank, 53 among them minors.
    ——————————————————————————–
    By comparison, in 2006, 657 Palestinians were killed, including 140 minors: 523 in Gaza, 134 in the West Bank.
    ———————————————————————————–
    In 2007, there was an increase of 13 % in the number of Palestinians held in administrative detention without trial, which averaged 830 people. Sixty-six staffed checkpoints and 459 physical roadblocks on average controlled movement inside the West Bank, thus hindering Palestinians’ freedom of movement.
    ———————————————————————————
    Israel continued the freeze policy on family unification, denying tens of thousands of Palestinians the right to a family life. The number of houses demolished in East Jerusalem rose by 38 percent. Palestinians continue to face severe discrimination in the allocation of water in the West Bank, causing serious hardship in the summer.
    ———————————————————————————
    The 2008 Amnesty International Report, in its year-end review for 2007, stated, “The human rights situation in the Israeli Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) remained dire. Israeli forces killed more than 370 Palestinians, destroyed more than 100 Palestinian homes and imposed ever more stringent restrictions on the movement of Palestinians.
    ———————————————————————————–
    Notwithstanding the fact that the above list of terrorism is incomplete, what is clear is that many of the leaders of the State of Israel ~ Begin, Rabin, Shamir, Barak and Sharon ~ were terrorists and that, irrespective of who runs the government there, the State of Israel continues to practice terrorism against her dispossessed Palestinians and neighbors. Audaciously, she has also practiced terrorism against the USA, the country which has been her greatest benefactor.

  13. Erez says:

    Anarchore, you seem very educated regarding Israel’s relationship with Palestinians. Do you by any chance keep a record of how many Palestinians have been killed by chamas? The true sign of antisemitism is when 2 problems exist but you ‘chose’ to focus on the lesser of the two because it involves Jews. If you want to be taken slightly seriously, you must demonstrate why the issue at hand is more damaging to your ppl than the alternative. Until then, your showing that not much thought has been put into your position.

  14. anarchore says:

    Are you kidding? Hammas(or HaMossad as I like to call them) was created by Isr-el because they wanted to counter Arafat. The fact the Palestinians voted them in shows how well the psychological operations have been working on them, but doesn’t mean they deserve to be collectively punished for it… that just causes more desperation, which Isr-el then uses to do what they wanted to all along.

  15. mikecg says:

    anarchore, have a look at this.

    And besides, even if Israel did help Hamas get started, that does not absolve the Palestinians of their own responsibilities for their own actions. At the end of the day, the Palestinians are individuals that make their own decisions. If they were influenced one way or another by Israel, they are still guilty, regardless of Israel’s involvement. Stop making excuses. But you obviously believe that every bad thing in the world is the result of the Jewish elders of zion, and so everything is the fault of the jews.

  16. Mary Diwell says:

    the best thing to do with anarchore is to mock him in the crudest possible terms. See my comments on the ziofascism canada website under fatimalovesfascism etc.

  17. Mary Diwell says:

    there was an islamofascist named anarchore
    all the jews of the world did he abhor
    So the prophet (peace be upon him) said “my boy I am proud
    for when it comes to jews none is a crowd.”
    (I hope that this limerick is understood as a sendup on
    anarchore who deserves only to be mocked.)

  18. Mary Diwell says:

    there was an islamofascist named fredd
    he’s anarchore’s sidekick; they seem joined at the head
    to anarchore’s nonsense fredd replies “you’re always right”
    poor fredd; he’d need a brain to really see the light.

  19. Mary Diwell says:

    I trust that my rather crude limerick about anarchore’s sidekick named moe has not been deleted in the name of political correctness. People such as anarchore, moe, bruce and fredd deserve nothing but the most vicious mocking.

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