Jews in Turkey Prepare for Mass Emigration

by 1389 on September 18, 2011

in 1389 (blog admin), anti-Semitism, Cyprus, Islam, Israel, Sheik yer'Mami, Turkey


(h/t: Winds of Jihad)

Cheradenine Zakalwe has the story:

Since the Islamic AKP party has formed the government in Turkey and its leader Erdogan has been president, relations between the former allies Turkey and Israel have degenerated rapidly – and the Jewish minority in Turkey is coming under increasing pressure. Especially in view of the current escalation and Ankara’s open threats against Israel – while Turkey simultaneously makes threatening military gestures against EU member Cyprus – the almost 20,000 Jews living in Turkey feel ever more uneasy, anxious and threatened.

Many of the 20,000 Jews living in Turkey are seriously considering emigration to Israel. The member of the Knesset Danny Danon said on Wednesday that Israel must prepare for a massive Alijah (Homecoming) of Turkey’s Jews.

“Turkey is trying to damage Israel, and we must be prepared for a further deterioration in relations, which could have a negative impact on Turkey’s Jews”, said the chairman of the immigration committee of the Israel parliament. “We need to set up a support hotline to prepare the Turkish Jews for their Aliyah,” said Danon.

More here.


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1 Zenster September 18, 2011 at 4:30 pm

I have been to Yerevan, Armenia and laid flowers at the Tsitsernakaberd (the Swallow’s Fortress). Memories of the Armenian genocide are still a fresh wound in that nation’s collective psyche and their hatred of Islam is undying.

For anyone wishing to gain insight into the Armenian genocide, please consider reading, “The Forty Days of Musa Dagh ” by Franz Werfel. It has recently been revised and expanded with some 25% of material that was excised to meet Book of the Month Club guidelines.

Professional oxygen thief Recep Tayyip Erdoğan desperately needs to experience high velocity .50 caliber swift onset lead poisoning courtesy of our Special Forces.

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