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Encyclopaedia Judaica

Racist Zionist organization in Africa and Asia

More fund raising than mental racist Zionist manipulation - racist Zionist emissaries since 1919 - underground work - shekel memberships - emigration waves

from: Zionism; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 16

presented by Michael Palomino (2008)

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[[Introduction
Racist Zionist madness says that Jewry would be a "nation" which is never possible because Jewry is a religion. Add to this the Arabs were never asked if a "Jewish State" would be built. But many Jews believed the Jewish racist Zionists and warmongers, called "Zionists" with it's racist Herzl booklet "The Jewish State". Zionist racism is legal until now (2008) and their racist books like "The Jewish State" from racist Herzl are not forbidden...]]


<[Zionist organization in] North African and Asian Countries

The attachment of oriental Jewry to Erez Israel (Ereẓ Israel) [[Land of Israel]] was a messianic-religious one, expressed in payers and aspirations and at times in going to Erez Israel (Ereẓ Israel) [[Land of Israel]] to die and be buried there. Until the 1880s migration to Erez Israel (Ereẓ Israel) [[Land of Israel]] was an individual matter and was not undertaken by organized groups.

Organizations.

[Racist Zionist groups in Africa and Asia - concentration in fund raising - missing concentrated Hebrew and Zionist education]

In the late 19th century the [[racist]] European Zionist movement attracted followers and sympathizers in all the oriental countries, with the exception of remote and backward Yemen. The first African and Asian countries in which [[racist]] Zionist movements were founded were Algeria, Tunisia, and Egypt. As early as 1898 communities from these three countries sent two delegates to the Second [[racist]] Zionist Congress, convened at Basle. Later on. [[racist]] Zionist organizations were established in Iraq, China (Shanghai), Turkey and Morocco and afterward in Libya, Syria, India, and Singapore. At first groups were set up to read [[racist]] Zionist journals and literature from Europe. Later on, organizations were founded, sometimes several in the same city. Most of these groups were not registered officially, either because registration was not required by law or because [[racist]] Zionist organizations were not permitted, such as in the Ottoman Empire. From the late 19th century to the 1930s these organizations had a limited membership. The few active members devoted most of their time to [[racist]] Zionist fund raising, and not enough attention was given to strengthening Hebrew and [[racist]] Zionist education. (col. 1127)

[Racist Zionist Jewish youth manipulation for Palestine]

The youth movements were generally more successful than the adult organizations for several reasons: they were organized and run by young people who were sent especially for this tasks and devoted all their time to it; [[...]] (col. 1127)

[Since 1919: Racist Zionist emissaries from Palestine for racist Zionist schooling in Africa and Asia - illegal underground work by the racist Zionist emissaries - prepared self-defense - decline since 1948]

After World War I, though in some places only after the 1930s, an important change took place in the development of [[racist]] Zionist organizations in oriental countries. [[Racist]] Zionist youth movements were established and directed by shelihim (sheliḥim) (emissaries [[missionary teachers]]) from Erez Israel (Ereẓ Israel) [[Land of Israel]], for the most part independent of the adult [[racist]] Zionist organizations. [[[...]] The emissaries were not interested in collecting funds, but engaged in Hebrew and [[racist]] Zionist education (col. 1127)

and they even dared to establish underground organizations when [[racist]] Zionist activities were prohibited. When necessary (in Iraq, Egypt, and Libya), the emissaries also established paramilitary underground self-defense organizations in which hundreds of young Jews were trained in the use of weapons in case of anti-Jewish outbursts. [[...]] (col. 1128)

In 1970 when most of the African and Asian Jewish communities had ceased to exist, [[racist]] Zionist organizations survived only in Iran and in Turkey, where young people are active in Hebrew and [[racist]] Zionist education.

Financial Contribution

[Payments to racist Zionist institutions in Africa and Asia]

Large sums were contributed to the Jewish National Fund by Iraqi and Shanghai Jewry only in the early 1920s. However, most of the money contributed to the JNF between 1920 and 1923 (£36,500 out of a total of £38,470) was given by a Jew who wished to commemorate his brother, and his contribution enabled the establishment of the moshav [[racist Jewish settlement]] Kefar Yehezkel (Yeḥezkel) in the Jezreel Valley [[which had been occupied by military violence by racist Zionist Jewish terror organization Haganah]]. The rest of Iraqi Jewry contributed only £1,970 during that time. Shanghai Jewry contributed over £21,000 from 1911 to 1926, a rather large sum for a Jewish community in that area.

The contributions to the Keren Hayesod [[United Israel Appeal, the central fundraising organization for racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel]] were not large, and the number of shekels (i.e., the dues paid for membership in the [[racist]] World Zionist Organization) acquired by the members of these communities was small. During the 1940s a relatively large number of shekels were acquired in the North African and non-Arabic countries in Asia, as shown in Table 1.

Table 1. Shekels in Muslim and Asiatic Countries, 1922-50

1922-33
1946
1949-50
Tunisia
7,857
13,296xxxxxxxx
32,202xxxxxx
Morocco
5,602
11,982xxxxxxxx 58,339xxxxxx
Algeria

8,100xxxxxxxx 26,652xxxxxx
Syria, Turkey, Iranxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
4,302
4,536xxxxxxxx 20,613xxxxxx
Iraq
4,557
Egypt
6,724
7,541xxxxxxxx -
Libya
?
1,963xxxxxxxx 7,000xxxxxx
Other Asiatic countries
?
4,325xxxxxxxx 2,574xxxxxx




Total
30,000
51,743xxxxxxxx 147,380xxxxxx
from: Zionism; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 16, col. 1128

[More emigration waves since 1950 - less racist Zionism in Africa and Asia - illegal racist Zionist Jewish underground organizations]

From 1951 fewer shekels were acquired by Jews in the eastern countries in the wake of the mass aliyah [[emigration to racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel]]. The weakness of [[racist]] Zionist activity in these countries may be explained by the lack of strong communal organizations. The wealthy and the notables in the community were not attracted to [[racist]] Zionism. As the authorities in several Arab countries prohibited [[racist]] Zionist activity, there was no choice but to establish [[illegal racist Zionist Jewish]] underground organizations.

[[It had been better to give up the racist Zionist madness...]]

Indeed, it was (col. 1128)

impossible to conduct either oral or written [[racist]] Zionist education and propaganda. Therefore, the fund-raising campaigns also suffered.

Aliyah

[Jews in racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel born abroad]

Jewish migration to [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel was always large. There are no data, however, as to the number of immigrants prior to World War I. They may be estimated according to those who remained in Palestine and were counted in the census conducted in the [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] State of Israel in November 1948. IN that census 462,567 Jews were registered as born abroad. They are divided according to periods of immigration in Table 2. (col. 1129)

Table 2. Jews in Israel Born Abroad According to Native Countries and Periods of Immigration
Countries
Until 1918
1918-38
1939-47
1948 and unknown date
Total no. of Immigrants
Yemen and Aden
xxxx1,800xxxx xxxx8,510xxx xxxx5,676xxx 316xxxx 16,302xxx
Syria and Lebanon
459xxxx 4,243xxx 5,850xxx 237xxxx 10,789xxx
Turkey
399xxxx 4,897xxx 4,042xxx 1,214xxxx 10,552xxx
Iraq
470xxxx 5,272xxx 2,983xxx 277xxxx 9,002xxx
Iran
563xxxx 2,833xxx 423xxx 97xxxx 3,916xxx
The rest of Asia
38xxxx 1,451xxx 645xxx 717xxxx 2,851xxx
Egypt
152xxxx 2,061xxx 2,165xxx 251xxxx 4,629xxx
Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria 468xxxx 506xxx 534xxx 3,823xxxx 5,331xxx
Libya
7xxxx 297xxx 439xxx 507xxxx 1,250xxx






Asia and North Africa
4,356xxxx 30,070xxx 22,757xxx 7,439xxxx 64,622xxx
Rest of Africa excluding South Africa
10xxxx 170xxx 164xxx 67xxxx 411xxx
Soviet Asia
428xxxx 3,025xxx 378xxx 261xxxx 4,092xxx
Europe, America, South Africa, and Oceania
7,478xxxx 211,424xxx 96,334xxx 76,347xxxx 391,783xxx
Unknown
56xxxx 576xxx 362xxx 665xxxx 1,695xxx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx




Total
12,328xxxx 245,265xxx 119,995xxx 84,979xxxx 462,567xxx
from: Zionism; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 16, col. 1127-1128

The number of immigrants is actually larger, as Table 2 does not include those who died or left prior to 1948. One may assume that the First and Second Aliyah from Asia and North Africa numbered about 6,000; from 1919 to 1938, about 38,000; from 1939 to May 1948, about 25,000. About 33% of Yemenite Jewry, 27% of Turkish Jewry, and 6-8% of Egyptian, Iraqi, and Persian Jewry migrated to Palestine in 1919-48.

[The probable racist Zionist manipulation for the emigration waves]

[[Step by step the Jews were manipulated to come to racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel. It can be assumed that the anti-Jewish riots and anti-Semitism partly were manipulated by the racist Zionists so the Jews were willing to got into the eternal war trap of Palestine - like in Europe before. The coincidences are too frightening, and the Jewish masses followed the false promises of "liberty" in Palestine, where was waiting an eternal war against the Arabs. But sometimes the Jews did not follow the racist Zionist calls and mainly emigrated to other countries than racist Herzl Israel. Details]]:

By 1971 only several thousand Jews remained in North Africa, out of a community of 500,000. The immigration to [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel from Libya was minimal until the anti-Jewish riots in Tripoli between 1945 and 1948. Immediately after the [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] State of Israel was established, most of Libyan Jewry migrated there, anticipating more disturbances and fearing life in independent Libya. The rich and the educated, who at first remained in Libya, left the country gradually, so that by June 1967 there were virtually no Jews left in Libya.

In 1971 there were only several thousand Jews in Syria. After 1950, however, only half of the Turkish Jews who emigrated went to [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel, the rest settling in other countries. Some of the Jews in Iran, mostly the poor, left for [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel. Persian Jews enjoyed full political and religious freedom. In March 1950 the Iraqi authorities permitted Jews who wished to leave to do so, and 124,000 Jews migrated to [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel within two years. In late 1951 there remained only about 6,000 Jews, some of whom migrated later on.

After the establishment of the [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] State of Israel [[without official definition of borderlines and with a racist Jewish army]], there was a relatively large emigration of Egyptian Jews (it seems that a substantial part of these Jews were born in Erez Israel and were expelled by the Turks to Egypt during World War I). In 1956-57 the Egyptian authorities expelled thousands of Jews [[after the racist Jewish Sinai campaign in coordination with racist France and Britain armies]]. Some came to [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel, but the majority, particularly the wealthy, emigrated to Europe and America.

Aliyah from Yemen was proportionately larger than that of other oriental communities. In the 70 years from 1881 to 1951, Yemenite Jewry exploited every opportunity to settle in Erez Israel (Ereẓ Israel) [[Land of Israel]].

[[African and Asian Jews (Sefardim) were Jews of "second class" and after immigration had to settle in desert camps for many years because the Jews of "first class" (Ashkenazim) got the flats first]].

[H.J.C.]> (col. 1129)

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Sources
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Zionism, vol. 16,
                    col. 1127-1128
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Zionism, vol. 16, col. 1127-1128
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Zionism, vol. 16,
                    col. 1129-1130
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Zionism, vol. 16, col. 1129-1130

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