ON PAGE FIFTEEN OF THIS WEEKS JEWISH TRIBUNE 17 08/ 2017 THERE IS A PICTURE OF THE RAV OF ANTWERP GIVING AN OHR HACHAIM SHIUR TO HOLIDAYMAKERS IN DAVOS SWITZERLAND.
IN THE PICTURE YOU SEE A LOT FRUM JEWS, WHEN ARE THE FRUMES GOING TO LEARN FROM THE NOT FRUMERS, AND NOT SUPPORT A COUNTRY THAT HAS SO MUCH JEWISH BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS, AND TILL THIS VERY DAY THEY SUPPORT ANTI JEWISH FEELINGS.
THE SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTRE DEMANDED THE CLOSURE OF THE PARADIES AROSA HOTEL.
ISRAELI DEPUTY FOREIGN MINISTER CALLED FOR JUSTICE.
WHEN IT COME'S TO FIGHT FOR JEWISH RIGHTS THE RAV AND HIS FOLLOWS ARE WRONG WE DO NOT GO TO SUCH A COUNTRY.
WHEN WILL WE LEARN THEY FUCKING SHIT IN TO OUR FACE AND WE SAY IT IS RAINING.
ON PAGE TWO OF THIS WEEKS JEWISH TRIBUNE THEIR IS BIT ON THE PASSING OF RABBI MOSHE MEIR BRIEF Z"L
HE IS A CHILD A SURVIVOR OF THE HOLOCAUST, I WAS ONCE IN BELZ 99 BETHUNE ROAD IT WAS AFTER MARIV AND A MAN WHO WAS ALSO A HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR OFFERED HIM(RABBI BRIEF ) A LIFT HOME, HE WAS TIRED AND WAS PLEASED FOR THE LIFT,
I TOLD HIM THE CAR WAS A GERMAN CAR A MERCEDES, YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN HIM JUMP OUT AND WALK HOME
WHEN WILL THE STUPID ROV OF ANTWERP AND HIS FOLLOWERS GOING TO LEARN ! ! !
“I have nothing against Jews, whom we regularly receive warmly here,” she told JTA on Monday. “I may have selected the wrong words; the signs should have been addressed to all the guests instead of Jewish ones.”
Thomann removed the signs following complaints.
A report about the signs prompted Tzipi Hotovely, Israel’s deputy foreign minister, to condemn the hotel’s actions as “an antisemitic act of the worst and ugliest kind,” as her office said in a statement Monday. Hotovely said Thomann should be prosecuted for a hate crime and suggested the signs were indicative of the antisemitism throughout Europe.
“Unfortunately, antisemitism in Europe is still a reality and we must make sure that the punishment for incidents such as these will serve as deterrents for those who still harbor the germ of antisemitism,” Hotovely said.
Thomann said her staff allowed only the Jewish guests as a courtesy to put food in the refrigerator normally reserved for staff.
“The sign was addressed to Jewish guests simply because the other guests are not allowed to put food in the fridge, and we wanted our Jewish guests to access the food only at set times because otherwise it was an impossible situation,” she said.
She also said that only the hotel’s Jewish guests went into the pool while wearing T-shirts and without showering first.
This prompted staff to put up a sign reading: “To our Jewish Guests: Please take a shower before you go swimming and although after swimming. If you break the rules, I’m forced to cloes the swimming pool for you.” [sic]
The sign about the refrigerator read: “To our Jewish guests: You are allowed to approach the fridge between the hours: 10.00-11.00 in the morning and 16.30-17.30 in the evening. I hope you understand that our team does not like to be disturbed every time.”
Thomann said that while the hotel wants its Jewish