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Rivlin demands Iran and Syria compensate expelled Jews

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President speaks at first ceremony commemorating expulsion and exile of Jews from Arab countries and Iran, calling on Arab nations to compensate them for lost property.

OCDG: The mossad were the cause of the expulsions in the first place….And since the jews have been behind all the wars in the world, not to mention innumerable other crimes, we Gentiles would like to be compensated. Leave 10^100 gold bars in a designated location, no substituting federal reserve notes please. Obviously there isn’t enough money/wealth/resources in the entire world / solar system / universe to make up for all the evil you’ve done.

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YNet

President Reuven Rivlin on Sunday called on Arab states and Iran to right a historical injustice and return money to Jews harassed and expelled from these countries, having to leave their property behind.

Rivlin spoke at the first ceremony to honor 800,000 Jews from who were expelled, fled, or left their homes willingly from countries ranging from Morocco to Iran.

“Friends, this voice, this story, must be heard within the education system, in the media channels, in the auditoriums, and in the country’s official institutions, and it needs to be heard in the international arena as well. And the historical injustice must be righted, also in the form of payments and refunds,” Rivlin said.

Rivlin praised Jewish immigrants from Arab nations and Iran for their contributions to Israel, saying that they did not surrender despite the challenges that faced them.

“Despite the difficulties, they took a central part in the flourishing and prosperity of the State of Israel. And today we are honored to hear their loud, proud voices and the eloquent words of their sons and daughters,” said Rivlin.

President Rivlin also spoke of the policies of the nations from which the Jews were expelled.

“Even today, Tehran and Aleppo, Baghdad, Sana’a and Tripoli, are still places Israeli Jews are not allowed to visit, and cultural treasures and property left there have been vandalized and looted more than once by the hateful regimes,” said Rivlin.

“This day, which marks the expulsion and exile of Jews from the Arab countries and Iran, is an opportunity to start a historical justice. With a sobered and refreshed viewpoint which does not ignore the problems of the past. But more than that, this day asks us to remember and embrace in our hearts the cultural treasures created in these Jewish communities from the Arab countries and Iran, and get to know the important part they played in creating the joint future woven here today as part of the history of the State of Israel,” Rivlin continued.

Rivlin concluded his speech by mentioning the cancellation of a performance of Israeli singer Amir Benayoun at the President’s Residence after the singer released a song about an Arab student in Jerusalem who is an “ungrateful scum” and plans to stab listeners with an axe as soon as their backs are turned.

“I want to finish by reiterating and stressing, the President’s Residence does not belong to the President. I was elected to serve all the citizens of Israel. Now and always, I have objected to boycotts and I do not boycott anyone. Of course, an artist doesn’t need anyone’s permission to express themselves, within the limits of freedom of expression,” said Rivlin.

“However, the President’s Residence, as the home of all the citizens of Israel, must and should be careful to show care and respect for all citizens of Israel. Furthermore, it must be sensitive to public trends and opinions, and the atmosphere on the street, especially during such tense and sensitive times as these,” Rivlin added.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also made a statement on Sunday regarding the expulsion of Jews from Arab nations.

“Today we mark for the first time the expulsion and exit of hundreds of thousands of Jews from Arab nations and Iran during the early years of the establishment of the State of Israel. There’s a good reason why this day is commemorated a day after the 29th of November – Arab states that did not accept the United Nations resolution on the establishment of a Jewish state forced the Jews living in their territory to leave their homes, leaving their property behind. In some cases, the expulsion was accompanied by riots and violence against Jews. We have worked and will continue to work so that they themselves and their property will not be forgotten,” said Netanyahu.

  1. #1 by Dante Ardenz on December 3, 2014 – 7:12 am

    With Jews it is always about the MONEY. They truly see it differently from the ‘stupid Goyim’. They know its overwhelming power to control,bribe,enhance,manipulate. It is EVERYTHING to them-and a manifestation of their ‘Choseness.’. They ,a tiny minority,would have zero power,with out this understanding. Gentile society sees money as drudgery,and something hard. They see it ,as easy,and commonplace,helping their whole community,to achieve it. The Jews demands on Syria,and the Arab world,are the same demanded of Germany. The entire world should DEMAND the Jews- Rothschilds 600 Trillion,be distributed to the Jews victims,and that is everyone,except Jew stooges. The Third World exploited by the British,French,Dutch Empires,run by Jews,across to Europe,who bled for for centuries in Jew Wars to slice,and dice the Continant for them.. Blacks in brought to the Western Hemisphere by Jewish Financed slave trading.. Every person who lost an ancestor,in a Jew pushed war.

  2. #2 by Edward on December 3, 2014 – 7:19 am

    Iranian Jews are the oldest population in the Diaspora. Neither Sephardic nor Ashkenazi, they’re correctly referred to as Mizrahi, or easterner. Iranian Jewish history dates back to 587 B.C.E, when Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the First Temple and brought the Jews as slaves into the area that was then Babylon and that, in time, became the great Persian Empire. When, in 539 B.C.E, Cyrus the Great issued the first declaration of human rights, giving the Jews freedom to return to Palestine and rebuild the temple, about half took his offer. The rest scattered across the empire, to the lands we know today as Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan and many, many more.
    Most of the Jews in Arab countries were forced out by their governments at some time between 1920 and 1970. By contrast, the lot of Iranian Jews improved greatly in that period. Protected from the mullahs by the Shah’s father and later the Shah himself, they were, for the first time in 1,400 years, allowed to live freely and to prosper alongside other Iranians. Their exodus occurred in 1978; their chosen places of exile were New York and Los Angeles. You would think this was a good thing?

  3. #3 by Darwin26 on December 3, 2014 – 7:27 am

    “…during such tense and sensitive times as these,” Rivlin added.~ these ‘times’ are created entirely by the virulent debacl/ Utopian nightmare known as Israhell. The official label of Apartheid Israhell now demands that phony victims deserve money$$$ while Palestine is genocided. i don’t think this pep talk for re-compensation is knee-jerk or planned tactics upon the declaration of being an Official Apartheid State ~ but structured in their genes… i don’t think we’ve heard the last of this collective selfish narcissistic action…
    We’ll be considered anti-Semitic if we sympathize with the Palestinians but not with the kicked out jooz. What’s interesting is he’s not demanding “Right of Return” ? this is not an oversight.
    i know there is a large population of Jews in Iran, some 25k in Tehran. i don’t see them begging to emigrate.
    At first read of the title i thought Obama-Crypto-fascist was doing the dance:)

  4. #4 by Greg Bacon on December 3, 2014 – 8:11 am

    With the holoHOAX fraud nearing its useful end of being able to extort money out of us GOYIM, the grave robbers needs fresh bodies to use as a tool to steal more wealth from us Gentiles.

  5. #5 by jaffiote on December 3, 2014 – 12:43 pm

    Before those who usurped and confiscated Palestinians homeland with ALL its contents in 1948 ask for compensation…..they must return back ALL what they did rob to the historical real owners !!!

  6. #6 by lolathecur on December 3, 2014 – 2:03 pm

    these freaks need to be isolated somewhere I. order that they may cannibalize themselves out of existence. no host, no parasite.

  7. #7 by freedomfromfalseflagterror on December 3, 2014 – 2:29 pm

    …much of the action of ‘expulsion’ was conducted by agents of the budding zionut entity by bombing synagogues and jewish businesses, the zioagents false-flagged the future ‘citizens’ of yisrahell into moving to its viper pit. (see for example: http://www.inminds.com/jews-of-iraq.html)

  8. #8 by lasilencia on December 3, 2014 – 2:34 pm

    The Great Spirit has other plans for these fools. I believe their days are now here. You hear the desperation in their voices, as if they fell and are drowning from a make believe ‘ark’. Rivlin said it best, the jews are a sick society. That was when he had a moment of truth, now he is back to himself again. The jews spit at everybody, including themselves. It was said somewhere that America would be destroyed from within, it is the jews that are doing a great job of it within themselves. We are all witnessing the events, unfortunately it can be painful to watch. The souls that the jews have taken from this earth, will stand guard. 🙂

  9. #9 by Konrad on December 3, 2014 – 3:22 pm

    “Rivlin spoke at the first ceremony to honor 800,000 Jews from who were expelled, fled, or LEFT THEIR HOMES WILLINGLY from countries ranging from Morocco to Iran.”

    Nice.

    Every Jew who ever moved from one place to another in North Africa and Middle East must be paid. It does not matter how, why, or when the Jews moved. They must be paid.

    In many cases, Jews bombed other Jews in order to get them to move to Palestine. An example was the Baghdad bombings between April 1950 and June 1951. All Jews that were forced to move (by other Jews) must be paid.

    At least 30,000 Jews refuse in Iran have been under special government protection since the 1979 Revolution. It does not matter. Any Jew who departed from Iran for any reason must be paid.

    In affluent Beverly Hills California, a quarter of the population consists of Iranian Jews. They must all be paid.

    In affluent Kings Point NY (close to New York City) almost all of the population consists of Iranian Jews. They must all be paid.

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