Sunday, March 4, 2012

Manuel Tapial's anti-Semitism exposed again.

Isaac Querub is the president of the F.C.J.E. (Federación de Comunidades Judías de España or Spain's Federation of Jewish Communities). He was interviewed by the Spanish daily El País and claimed that Holocaust denial should constitute a punishable offense in Spain (which was the case before a 2007 ruling by the Spanish Constitutional Court).

1.- This was Manuel Tapial response:

"And because of Israel denial, do they want to imprison us for that? Put me the first in the line."

2.- Manuel Tapial's contact Santi Garcia Avila answered:

"The Spanish state should expel every Jew who doesn't recognize the Palestinian holocaust."

Please notice such an example of anti-Semitism: Jews should be expelled if they deny a Palestinian holocaust, a fact which isn't happening nor happened before in strictly historical terms. And he is referring to those Jews located in Spain but not to the Spaniards as a whole, which means he is singling them out. Just because they're Jews?

3.- In this third screencapture we can observe how Manuel Tapial likes Santi Garcia Avila's comment. Does that mean Manuel Tapial would support such an anti-Semitic measure? Please remember what the Spanish laws tell about this in the article 510 of the Penal Code.

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