stupidjewishwhiteboy:

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The old prejudices never die

literally the only point of the hebrew national post was to prove jewish privilege doesn’t exist

the-blog-of-burnstein:

imnotwhiteimjewish:

this is jewish privilege

So having a brand of hot dog that caters to people with restricted diets is privilege? Do you have a problem with the branding? Because wow, it’s almost like there are a lot of Jewish people who are kosher. 

I guess vegans are privileged. And vegetarians. And people who are gluten free. Even though that makes no fucking sense because they can only eat a fraction of the other foods people eat. 

I can’t tell if you’re being serious but that post was a joke lmao


Muslim leaders from across the globe paid tribute Holocaust victims this week during a visit to Auschwitz, the former Nazi concentration camp, where they prayed at the Wall of Death for those who were killed by genocide and suffered under violent anti-Semitism. 
The imams, who hailed from Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Bosnia, Palestine, Indonesia, Nigeria, Turkey and the United States, performed Islamic prayers while facing Mecca as part of a Holocaust awareness visit organized in part by the International Religious Freedom office of the U.S. State Department.
"What can you say? You’re speechless. What you have seen is beyond human imagination," Imam Mohamed Magid, President of the U.S.-based Islamic Society of North America, told Agence France-Presse.
"Whether in Europe today or in the Muslim world, my call to humanity: End racism for God’s sake, end anti-Semitism for God’s sake, end Islamophobia for God’s sake, end sexism for God’s sake… Enough is enough," said Magid, who leads the All Dulles Area Muslim Society in Northern Virginia.
(via The Huffington Post.)

Muslim leaders from across the globe paid tribute Holocaust victims this week during a visit to Auschwitz, the former Nazi concentration camp, where they prayed at the Wall of Death for those who were killed by genocide and suffered under violent anti-Semitism. 

The imams, who hailed from Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Bosnia, Palestine, Indonesia, Nigeria, Turkey and the United States, performed Islamic prayers while facing Mecca as part of a Holocaust awareness visit organized in part by the International Religious Freedom office of the U.S. State Department.

"What can you say? You’re speechless. What you have seen is beyond human imagination," Imam Mohamed Magid, President of the U.S.-based Islamic Society of North America, told Agence France-Presse.

"Whether in Europe today or in the Muslim world, my call to humanity: End racism for God’s sake, end anti-Semitism for God’s sake, end Islamophobia for God’s sake, end sexism for God’s sake… Enough is enough," said Magid, who leads the All Dulles Area Muslim Society in Northern Virginia.

(via The Huffington Post.)

abandoned-playgrounds:

The abandoned ruins of the Great Synagogue of Constanta. Source.

this is my favorite thing in the whole exhibit though (if you can read what he wrote)

this is my favorite thing in the whole exhibit though (if you can read what he wrote)

the museum had a really interesting exhibit on race

Bukharian Jews (also Bukharan Jews) stem from Central Asia and speak Bukhori, a northern dialect of Tajiki language. The origin of Bukharian Jews can be traced back to the destruction of the Northern Israelite and Judean kingdoms. Exiled Jews left in droves, mostly northern and western, but a smaller number settled in the east, in what was then the Persian Empire. Many of them made the city of Bukhara their home, hence the name “Bukharian” Jews. In the 600s, the Arab conquest of Central Asia began and Islam became the dominant religion of the region. It was already evident here that the Bukharian Jews were taking steps to protect themselves from assimilation. They strove to live together in Jewish neighborhoods, and lived under their own rule with a community chief, called a kalontar. Despite varying levels of self-imposed segregation, cultural exchange did take place, and one can see many similarities in music, dance, food, and dress between Bukharian Jews and other Central Asian populations.

During the spread of Islam in the 7th and 8th centuries, control of Bukhara was transferred between many different Islamic administrations. In 1219, the Mongols, led by Genghis Khan, conquered Bukhara, pillaging and burning the city to the ground, destroying the Bukhara Jewish community. In the beginning of the 16th century, Central Asia was invaded and conquered by nomadic Uzbek tribes who established strict observance of Islam and religious fundamentalism. During this period many Jews were forced to convert to Islam. The town of Bukhara eventually became a center of Jewish life in Central Asia, absorbing Jews fleeing cities located in the midst of battles between warring Islamic parties. More Jews relocated to Bukhara when the city of Samarkand was destroyed by an earthquake in the 16th century.

Because of their ability to speak numerous languages, Bukharian Jews often acted as liaisons between various groups of foreign traders. Some Jews were financiers, others were known for their crafts, especially the dyeing of cloth, and silk weaving. Wealthier Jews invested in caravans which traveled the Great Silk Road.

In the middle of the 19th century, many Bukharian Jews began to move to Palestine, and there they established the well known Bukharian Quarter (Sh’hunat Buhori), that still exists today in Jerusalem. They had arrived by railroad and on animals, many bought land in Jerusalem either to live in, or to visit; some desired to hold onto the land in the event of a pogrom or persecution from which they would have to flee from their native land. At this time, many Jews began to support many of the Russian influences on Central Asia as a way to escape the persecution they had faced under the Muslim governments. This compliance with the Russian influence put them at odds with the Islamic majority, and there were riots against the Jews for most of the time between 1918 and 1920.

In the 19th century, Bukharian Jews were joined by Jews from other parts of what would become part of the Soviet Union. These new arrivals noticed the distinctive splendor of the costumes and customs of the Bukharian Jews. The woman’s costume included a loose-fitting ikat silk gown in shades of rose or violet, over which was worn an elaborately-embroidered coat with kimono sleeves, called a kaltshak. Head-covering was either an embroidered cap or tulle scarf with a jeweled forehead ornament. Other jewelry included bracelets, earrings and coin necklaces. Until modern times, Bukharian Jewish men wore a caftan-like garment called a djoma, secured at the waist by a cord girdle. Over the djoma was worn a long, loose-fitting flared coat. The usual head-covering was made of Astrakhan, short curled lamb hair, or a handsomely embroidered kippah. While Jewish men were forbidden to wear the turban, the rest of their clothing did not differ from Bukharian Muslim dress of the period.

Since the creation of the independent Republic of Uzbekistan in 1991, a growing number of Bukharan Jews have left the country due to the rise in Muslim fundamentalism and the poor economy. More than 70,000 Jews have left the country since its inception, and have moved to Jerusalem and the United States. Large Bukharan Jewish populations are located in Jerusalem and Queens, New York. The Jewish community of Bukhara is now around 3,000 and, in Samarkand, there are approximately 2,000 Bukharan Jews.
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lobes-ocorn:

imnotwhiteimjewish:

lobes-ocorn:

imnotwhiteimjewish:

I have an islamophobic nazi AND an islamophobic zionist on that post. don’t reblog my shit. don’t associate yourself with my blog in any way. get the fuck out of here

Whats up.

I’m asking you to stay away from my blog, and I hope you have enough decency left inside you to respect that

Okay just explains this, why, as a jew, do you not support Israel. I’m sorry, but the logic isn’t adding up.

israel is a racist, colonial, oppressive state. for as long as israel exists, palestinians and non-jews who live in israel will be oppressed. why should jewish freedom come at the expense of palestinians? why should israel be allowed to steal land that isn’t theirs? I support a jewish homeland but not a jewish state. a jewish homeland is not the same as a jewish state nor does it depend on one. I pity anyone who cannot see that israel is murdering innocent people and taking away the rights and freedoms of others. I pity anyone who believes that all jews must support israel.

lobes-ocorn:

imnotwhiteimjewish:

I have an islamophobic nazi AND an islamophobic zionist on that post. don’t reblog my shit. don’t associate yourself with my blog in any way. get the fuck out of here

Whats up.

I’m asking you to stay away from my blog, and I hope you have enough decency left inside you to respect that

I have an islamophobic nazi AND an islamophobic zionist on that post. don’t reblog my shit. don’t associate yourself with my blog in any way. get the fuck out of here

gayzionist:

lobes-ocorn:

littlegoythings:

lobes-ocorn:

This outrageous attack on a Jewish business is a shocking hate crime that has left the Jewish community in Crown Heights deeply shaken and understandably angry and concerned for their safety.  

Given the history in Crown Heights, it is imperative that city leaders out to make clear that this kind of brazen anti-Semitic attack is completely unacceptable in New York City and reassure the community that this kind of freewheeling violence cannot and will not happen again.

Black Excellence.

Im a White ,Straight, Cis, Male, Age 27, Currently residing in Great Britain. I am NOT a Nazi,(despite what every Marxist and Tumblr user will claim) but I do have GREAT PRIDE in being White, and believe Europe should be for Whites, just like Africa for blacks, Asia for asians, middle east for arabs, etc…. I’m pro isreal and anti islam.I’m also anti communism. I will respect your religion(as long as it’s not islam), as long as you respect my Atheism. As you probably guessed by now, I hate ISLAM, and believe it’s the greatest threat to civilized man/women. I’m anti-femminism, however I do support equality between both genders(I only reconize the two real genders). Check out my blog, and feel free to write.

Here’s how you destroy islam.

Step 1: Nuke Mecca off the Earth.

Step 2: Destroy any sites associated with islam.

Step 3: Destroy all islamic texts.

Step 4: Annihilate the muslim imams and clerks or whatever the fuck they’re called.

Step 5: Exterminate the older population and those completely loyal to Islam.

Step 6: Re-educate Muslim youth and allow them to leave Islam. If they refuse, refer to Step 5.”

tumblr user lobes-ocorn please don’t come anywhere near anyone else ever again

you may not “technically” be a nazi, but I bet nazis love you

Nah, The nazis don’t really love me because I support isreal.

Also the Nazis and the Muslims were close friends and allies during WWII… Look up Hajj Amin Al-Husseini and his relations with Nazi Germany. He was part of the Final Solution (to exterminate the Jews)

what the fuck happened to my post? I don’t want EITHER of you touching my post

What the previous anon seems to misunderstand is that applying racial categories outside that mimic American ones is ignorant and doomed to misunderstanding most situations. 'White Jews' or their proper name 'Ashkenazim'(who are ethnically descended from the same people as Mizrahim or Sephardim) do not benefit from 'whiteness' in places in Europe, where things are much more ethnically-defined and Jews have been constantly defined as the other/infiltrator for two millennia. —by Anonymous

You'd be wrong on both counts there. —by Anonymous

okay well at this point i’m not entirely sure what you’re trying to accomplish so bye

WOW it's almost as if Jews actually -don't- benefit from a white supremacist power structure! —by Anonymous

I feel like……. you’re channeling a lot of your anger at me instead of white goyim but I never said jews did and i feel like you’re sending messages based off of implications that I didn’t even intend