Monday, July 27, 2009

'FBI sting was a case of anti-Semitism' 

Anti-Semitism was behind the highly publicized arrests last week of rabbis, including three from the Aleppo-Syrian Jewish community in New York and New Jersey, according to Yitzhak Kakun, editor-in-chief of the Shas weekly Yom Le'Yom.

"There is a feeling here that the FBI purposely attempted to arrest as many rabbis as possible at once in an attempt to humiliate them," Kakun said in a telephone interview Sunday.

"Regardless of the details of the case - I am not familiar with the precise charges and the evidence - you would never see the FBI and police behaving that way with Muslim sheikhs or Christian priests. It is so obvious that the whole thing is motivated by anti-Semitism," he said.

Kakun added that he planned on devoting the editorial of his paper to an attack on the Obama administration for attempting to whip up anti-Semitic feelings against the Orthodox Jewish community in the US.


2 things 1.this has nothing to do with obama this was a 10 year investigation. 2.antisemitizam, i dont know, but it was very odd for the fbi to say at the news confrence ...and of course 5 rabbis.


I'd bet the Catholic church, which is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy from all their perv-priest scandals, the priests sitting in prison, and the Muslim imams in prison and or deported from this country would beg to differ.
We will only begin to improve ourselves if we take responsibility for our own actions.


They wouldn't have been arrested if they didn't do anything wrong. Yes, Obama is an anti semitic president, but so are many members of the US Govt, FBI, CIA, etc. However, these rabbis should have known better, no they have caused a massive chillul Hashem in addition to giving these anti semites another excuse to hate us.


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