Berlin 2019: Muslim terror-sympathizers call for the destruction of the Jewish State
About 1,000 Muslim terror-sympathizers gathered Saturday in the German capital for an anti-Israel rally, calling for the destruction of the Jewish State. They were confronted by counterdemonstrators concerned about growing anti-Semitism in Germany.
The al-Quds Day march took place despite several calls to have it banned, notably by the head of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, Josef Schuster.
The march against Israel in Berlin drew more than 1,000 participants. Displays of the PLO terror group, Syrian, Hezbollah, and Iranian flags could be seen nearby some 800 counter-protesters who showed up in solidarity with Germany’s Jewish community.
Marchers chanted “Palestine will be reborn!”, “Free Gaza!” and “Palestine will be free”, which is actually a call for the genocide of Israeli Jews.
Similar rallies took place across the world, including in many Muslim countries as well as in Europe and America, to show solidarity with Muslim terrorism and for the right to murder Jews and replace the State of Israel with Muslim population.
German news agencies reported that the government’s anti-Semitism commissioner, Felix Klein; the Israeli ambassador in Germany, Jeremy Issacharoff; and Berlin’s top security official, Andreas Geisel, attended the pro-Israel rally.
President Reuven Rivlin said Jews are not safe in Germany and expressed shock at his statement: “We will never submit, will never lower our gaze and will never react to anti-Semitism with defeatism – and expect and demand our allies act in the same way.