GUEST EDITORIAL … GLOBAL ECONOMIC/STRIFE ARMAGEDDON — BLAME IT ALL ON THE JEWS!

JEWS: HUMAN CANARIES IN THE WORLD’S COAL MINE

–The Rising Tide Of Anti-Semitic Hatred Around The World

by Joseph Farah, with permission of the publisher

It was an ugly scene in Australia the other day – a scene growing all too familiar around the world, from Europe to Down Under to the United States -- where Muslim immigration and birth rates are about to reach the tipping point at which American followers of Islam outnumber the world's second-biggest population of Jews.

You can see for yourself the ugly aftermath of an attack by a single, intoxicated Middle Eastern man on a member of an ultra-Orthodox synagogue in Melbourne in which the assailant, held by several congregants, spews anti-Semitic verbal venom, shouting "go back to Israel."

It's a brazen peek into a rising tide of anti-Semitic hatred around the world as radical Islamic terrorist attacks continue.

Who's paying the price for the latest murderous mayhem that struck Paris taking the lives of 130 people? Who else but the Jews – historically the human canaries in the coal mine over the last 2,000 years of world history.

The chief rabbi of Brussels issued an ominous warning last week. Avraham Gigi told an Israel radio station that the Belgian capital has been on virtual lock-down in recent days.

"There is a sense of fear in the streets," he said. "The Belgians understand that they too are targets of terror. Jews now pray in their homes [as opposed to at synagogues], and some of them are planning on emigrating. Since Shabbat the city has been paralyzed. The synagogues were closed, something which has not happened since World War II. People are praying alone or are holding small minyanim [small prayer groups] at private homes. Schools and theaters are closed as are most large stores, and public events are not permitted. We live in fear and wait for instructions from the police or the government."

There are only about 50,000 Jews left in Belgium.

"There are 25,000 Jews in Brussels, 18,000 in Antwerp, and the rest live in smaller places," said Gigi. "There has been aliya to Israel as well as emigration to Canada and the United States. People understand there is no future for Jews in Europe."

Economic conditions and anti-Semitism are pushing young people to leave Belgium and move to Israel or other places.

"I think making aliya to Israel is an important thing for every Jew," Gigi said. "It is something that Jews in every generation yearned for. But Jews should not make aliya out of fear because this will result in a poor absorption experience as a feeling that something was left behind will always remain. People should make aliya out of a love for Israel."

In Germany, even the planned opening of a new kosher supermarket was enough to raise security concerns.

Seventy years after the end of the Holocaust, in the capital city of Germany, the opening of a kosher supermarket creates a sense of panic.

Didn't the world collectively sigh "never again" a generation ago?

But this is not a trend that should be a concern solely of Jews:

When the Jews face this kind of bigotry and persecution and scapegoating for the world's problems, it's a sure sign of the kind of madness, instability and unspeakable violence that has repeated itself through history. It affects everyone – and everything. It spreads like a virus.

Once again, the Jews are being blamed.

While the re-creation of the Jewish homeland in Israel has provided a safe harbor with a strong and robust young nation, it has also intensified the bigotry. Israel itself has become a flashpoint, a source of contention, an excuse to hate the Jews.

You might expect terrorist attacks on other nations by Israel's fiercest enemies to create empathy for what Jews experience as part of their everyday lives. Just the opposite is occurring, as I pointed out in a recent column.

The sick and twisted and demonic reaction has been to do what the world has always done – blame the victims first, blame the Jews, again!

BIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION REGARDING JOSEPH FARAH:

Joseph Farah is founder, editor and CEO of WND and a nationally syndicated columnist with http://www.creators.com. He is the author or co-author of 13 books, including his latest, "The Tea Party Manifesto," and his classic, "Taking America Back," now in its third edition and 14th printing. Farah is the former editor of the legendary "Sacramento Union" and other major-market dailies.

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