An Israeli lawmaker claims Berjas Aweidat, who disappeared in Damascus in 2003, was held for allegedly spying for Israel.16:33 03.05.16 | 0 comments
If by criminally incite, you mean act to actually cause crimes to be committed with imminent danger of such crimes being committed, I do not find this nearly so troublesome as your earlier statement. I condemn all hate crimes and consider tham all a big deal, but I dont see those against Jews as worse than those against any other people. I am aware that anti-semitism is a real problem in the Middle East, Europe and, to a lesser extent, even the US. This is despicable but even bigots have the right to speak unless they're actively inciting violence. Blacks and others have faced such hatred at least as much as Jews (except holocaust). The universal jurisdiction over war crimes must be based on the prohibited conduct, not the race or religion of the victims. There is certainly no special jurisdiction for crimes against arabs, anglo-saxons or any other group.