Monday, September 08, 2014

Turkish shop sign bans 'Jew dogs'

A shop in central Istanbul has put up a sign forbidding entry to 'Jew dogs', according to the local Jewish publication, Salom.


The sign, which features an Israeli tank,  was first sighted three days ago. It says: "Jew dogs are not permitted entry."

Ironically, the shop, which sells mobile phones and accessories, is in Tahtakale, an area with many Jewish businesses.

The sign is symptomatic of a dramatic rise in Turkish antisemitism and anti-Israel rhetoric.

'Jews and Armenians not allowed, but dogs are'


Eliyahu m'Tsiyon said...

article about present status of Turkish Jews:

Eliyahu m'Tsiyon said...

what is even more outrageous than erdogan is that Obama still cooperates with him and wanted him to mediate between Israel and Hamas, along with Qatar of course.

Then, Obama talks against ISIL while Turkey facilitates the entry into Syria of ISIL operatives and would-be operatives

Eliyahu m'Tsiyon said...

speaking of Qatar, the other leg of US policy in the ME --along with Turkey--- here is post that shows how the Left is so hostile to Jews and Israel that it overlooks all the abuses of foreign workers in Qatar: