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Rachid el Hajoui: NL Muslim Who Played Victim Card And Urged 'Harmony' On TV Is Rabid Anti Semite Who Lauded Hitler
Muslim's "I Want Everybody To Live In Harmony" "I Feel Insecure" Mantras Moves Gullible Dutch TV Viewers
February 19, 2017
Muslim anti-Semite preaches 'harmony'
Dutch Muslim preaches 'harmony' without apologizing for previous 'rabidly anti-Semitic' remarks.
JTA, כ"ב בשבט תשע"ז, 2/18/2017
A Muslim baker who moved many viewers in the Netherlands with his televised plea for coexistence and acceptance had called in the past for a genocide against Jews, Dutch papers revealed. Rachid el Hajoui, an immigrant from Morocco who works at a pizza eatery in Tilburg, made his emotional appearance during an expose on the growing feeling of insecurity and estrangement in the Netherlands aired on the Feb. 14 evening news edition of the NOSpublic broadcaster, the country's best-viewed station. In the interview, el Hajoui confessed he feared going to the mosque "because some crazy person might attack" there. "Intelligent people incite to the most stupid actions. And stupid people do it," he said. El Hajoui complained about "the hateful voices" on Twitter and in the political establishment, ostensibly against Muslims. "I stand for democracy, and I want my family and everyone to live in harmony," he said. But on Wednesday, the de Dagelijkse Standard conservative blog found some hateful statements by el Hajoui, whom they also discovered was once an activist for the Socialist Party and later with the progressive D66 party. An English-language message posted on el Hajoui's Twitter account in 2014 read: "Hitler was nothing compared to the Israelis. Someone would had to finish his work 60jr ago."
He also wrote in Dutch: "Only answer to Israel is total extermination, annihilate the cockroaches #1945 #wehateisrael." He also praised Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey's authoritarian and Islamist leader, as "the only real man among Muslim leaders." The revelation exposed NOS to scathing criticism in other media for affording el Hajoui the opportunity to preach tolerance without addressing his past statements, which were revealed by Twitter users and bloggers who took an interest in him following the news broadcast. The Center for Information and Documentation for Israel, the country's main watchdog group on anti-Semitism, filed a complaint for incitement to hatred against el Hajoui. But Esther Voet, the group's former director and currently the editor-in-chief of the Nieuw Israelitisch Weekblad, wrote in an op-ed in her weekly that while what she called el Hajoui's hatred and hypocrisy are not surprising, what "is big news is that NOS made a hero out of this rabid anti-Semite." She also called el Hajoui a "pet Moroccan." Separately, the Christian organizers of a festival for peace in the eastern city of Apeldoorn last week apologized for offering a podium to an anti-Israel activist whom they said had used anti-Semitic terminology in speaking about the Jewish state during the event last week. Ending a protracted dispute, the Foundation Jewish Apeldoorn and the organizers from the Church Group Peace Week Apeldoorn signed a joint statement on Feb. 10 denouncing the remarks of the anti-Israel activist Cornelis Blok as "anti-Semitic." The parties said that Blok, of the Sabeel group, used the term "Jewish race" during his speech and equated Palestinian jihadists with anti-Nazi resistance fighters. Blok denied harboring any anti-Semitic intent. The chief organizer, Eddy Anneveldt, also apologized for writing to Blok a friendly email stating: "Because of you, my view of Jews has not particularly improved." In the statement, Anneveldt wrote this was a generalization. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/225199
Another pearl in the long, long, string of mediapearls relating to Europe's Muslim population, which just can't seem to shake the false narrative of victimhood. Yesterday the Dutch Public Broadcasting Company (NOS) allowed Dutch Muslims to point their finger at the Dutch and shout ‘discrimination!' again. One of the stories about how badly Muslims are treated and how difficult a life they have, came from Rachid el Hajoui.
Rachid said that he "is really quite afraid of an attack on the mosque." Of course, Rachid isn't really questioned on this remark. Nor, apparently, was he vetted. Because when the Internet took to his Twitter account, this ‘successful Moroccan‘, was found to hold some rather questionable ideas.
In tweets (since removed), he claims that, without American backing, "Nazi Israel" would be a "worthless power", and that "Nazi-Germany also thought it could do what it wanted." That it is "Nazi Israel" that obstructs peace in the Middle East and that for an evil state like Israel, "rockets aren't enough", with "Israel" being "the Nazi's of the Middle East." Culminating in a tweet that says that "the only answer to Israel is total destruction, exterminate the cockroaches #1945 #wehateisrael"
Again, this from a person that a Dutch Public Broadcaster chose as its spokesperson to denounce discrimination against Muslims in Dutch society. Oh, but wait! There's more. So much more, in fact, that the Dutch Centre for Information and Documentation Israel (CIDI) today decided to press charges against Rachid el Hajoui for incitement to hatred.