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Simon Weisenthal Center - eResponse

October 2012

Muslim Brotherhood Leader's Anti-Semitic Call for Jihad still on Official Website — even as Spokesman denies comments were made; 
SWC Urges President Obama's Condemnation

Photo: Cairo 2012 - Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide Mohammed Badie (right) meeting with former President Jimmy Carter

"The Jews have...spread corruption on earth, spilled the blood of believers and in their actions profane holy places, including their own ... [Badie called on Arabs to confront Israel] "...through Holy Jihad, high sacrifices and all forms of resistance. ... Zionists only understand the language of force and will not relent without duress." — Mohammed Badie, in Egypt's Official Government-Owned Al Ahram Newspaper, 11 October 2012 

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"Chavez’ Victory a Tehran and Damascus Celebration” -SWC Highlights Anti-Semitic Incitement on Eve of Venezuela’s Elections
The Center views “Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Bashar al Assad as the principal beneficiaries of Hugo Chávez’ reelection”

Malmö Travel Advisory Extended After Police Find ‘No Indication’ JCC Attack Was Hate Crime
Center officials say authorities more concerned about minimizing hate crime statistics

The teddy bear in Norway: A new threat for Jews
Genocidal rants from Iranian mullahs and president.

Special to CNN: Why Nazi hunting is still a worthy pursuit By Efraim Zuroff
For thirty-two years I have been actively involved in the ongoing efforts to help bring Nazi war criminals to justice  

Media Must Take Lead in Dismantling the Falsehood that Anti-Muslim Film Was a Jewish Project
“Innocence of Muslims” is a poorly produced anti-Islam film that has been used to fuel protests and violence on American diplomatic postings in Libya, Egypt and Yemen 
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SWC’s Campus Outreach Hosts Two-Day Conference on Campus Anti-Semitism
“Free speech is the DNA of the United States of America,” said Rabbi Ari Hier, Campus Outreach Director

October is National Bullying Prevention Month
The Museum of Tolerance offers effective, practical anti-bullying approaches for teachers, parents, and students of all ages.

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It Is No Dream: The Life of Theodor Herzl

October Screenings
Extended in W. Newton (Boston Area) till Oct 18th
Opening in Scottsdale, AZ & Sunrise, FL on October 26th
Screening in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Ft. Lauderdale,  St. Augustine, Florida & Huntington, NY 

As Syria bleeds, 'Human Rights Activists' can only target Israel

FOX NEWS op-ed by Rabbi Abraham Cooper
I have been getting a flurry of e-mails about a new human rights flotilla. Destination: Gaza. My first reaction: How about Syria? Until now, Turkey has absorbed the overwhelming burden for refugees fleeing across the border. But what about those stuck in the country, civilians—horror-struck, bleeding amidst the rubble of the nasty civil war between rebels trying to dislodge the tyrannical Assad regime— those who cannot get out of the way of the carnage?
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