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Monday, May 05, 2008

The connection between Ehud K. Olmert and Neturei Karta

Remember Neturei Karta? They are the despicable crew who attended Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Holocaust denial conference in Tehran in December 2006 (pictured above). You may recall that they were slammed by Jewish organizations across the spectrum (including some anti-Zionist ones) and that it came out after the fact that they are funded by the 'Palestinian Authority.' Over the weekend they should up at a conference in London sponsored by the 'Islamic Human Rights Commission' to deal with the 'suffering' of the 'Palestinian people' on the 60th anniversary of the creation of the State of Israel. Let's go to the videotape and then I want to tell you about one of the other participants.

Did you catch the interview with Yehudit Keshet? Some of you may not know who she is; the video does not give the name of the organization she founded. But she founded an organization called Machsom Watch, which I have discussed on this blog several times. One of Machsom Watch's star 'activists' is one Dana Olmert, the daughter of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud K. Olmert. Ms. Olmert also teaches 'creative writing workshops.' (Please follow that last link and read the rest of her brief Wikipedia bio - it's a doozer, and it may help explain why she fits right in with the two 'gentlemen' at the top).

So to summarize, the founder of a radical leftist organization that seeks to destroy the State of Israel from within, and in which the daughter of Israel's Prime Minister is a prominent 'activist,' attended a conference over the weekend that was dedicated to destroying the Jewish State of Israel with the leading 'activists' of Neturei Karta (who still consider themselves ultra-Orthodox Jews), a group that argues that Zionism and Judaism are incompatible, and which is even willing to engage in Holocaust denial to advance that goal.

Rich, isn't it? And you thought Barack Hussein Obama made some bad choices of associates. He's got nothing on Ehud K. Olmert.


At 3:34 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The best thing that may be said for Olmert is he's not as screwed up as the rest of his family. One can only take solace that things could be far worse than they are.

At 7:06 AM, Blogger Findalis said...

If that's the best thing normanf, then he's in trouble.

I noticed that they have the same 5 Jews each time. I wonder why? Could it be that none of the others will go to these "conferences"?

And who's watching these checkpoints? I don't think they have enough crazy people to do that.

At 4:52 AM, Blogger Culture for All said...

You should have a warning for that top picture Carl, it may induce vomiting.


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