Tuesday briefs

No money for terrorists: Canada closes down a “charity” that sends money to Hamas. Too bad the EU doesn’t have the courage to close down Hezbollah’s fundraising. But then, they’d have to declare Hezbollah a terrorist organization first, and they don’t think that an organization that murders Israelis all over the world fills that particular bill.

Rockets in Tel Aviv: That’s what Hamas is working for. Thankfully, Canadians are no longer supporting them financially. Good thing for us the IDF is fighting the next war, while its enemies are fighting the last one.

Europeans against the Jews, again: The EU is banning all contracts that include the West Bank.

The decree, which will go into effect Friday, will forbid any cooperation, awarding of grants, prizes and funding for any Israeli entity in the specified areas.

Yes, “occupation” is the problem, not Palestinian intransigence.

The protesters called for “cleansing” the PLO of “the generals of normalization with Israel,” first and foremost PLO Secretary-General Yasser Abed Rabbo.

The protesters chanted, “Abed Rabbo, go away!” and “Normalization is destructive!” The protest came following meetings in Ramallah and Jerusalem organized by the Geneva Initiative group.

And when does the news of this European decree, banning all contact with the Jews of Judea and Samaria, come out? Why, on Tisha B’av, the Ninth of Av, the day both Temples were destroyed, and many other tragedies occurred or were initiated. Perfect timing, EU.

Meantime, you know what doesn’t make a peep from the EU? The annual anti-Semitism by Muslims during Ramadan.

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