As has previously been reported on this blog, the organisers of the Global March to Jerusalem have been quite happy to accept operational support from Gilad Atzmon, particularly in the field of fundraising for the North American chapter.
Several individual or group endorsers of the march apparently see no dissonance in supporting a project which makes use of Atzmon’s public profile whilst at the same time condemning his anti-Semitism.
This last week, in the wake of the horrific racist murders of three small children and an adult in Toulouse, Atzmon has once again shown his true colours by writing the following on his personal blog:
“Israeli press reported this evening that French gunman Mohamed Merah had been on a trip to Israel in the past.
According to the report, Merah’s passport had Israeli stamps in it. The purpose of his visit is unknown. Israeli analysts suspect he was either trying to visit the Palestinian territories or preparing for a terror attack.
However, I won’t rule out the possibility that Merah was actually trained by Israeli forces. Marah may have conducted a false flag operation. By way of deception is, after all, the Mossad’s motto.”
The Global March to Jerusalem’s association with Gilad Atzmon is an indication of the extent to which its organisers and endorsers in fact suffer from self-imposed selective hearing on issues of conscience.
- Leading Global March to Jerusalem organizers embrace Gilad Atzmon (gm2j.co)
- Further Global March to Jerusalem-NA / Gilad Atzmon fundraising collaboration (gm2j.co)
- Mixed messages about violence from the Global March to Jerusalem (gm2j.co)
- Global March to Jerusalem: denying Jewish rights and history (gm2j.co)