“Creative” Jews make “Magic Kippahs” to combat the so-called “anti-Semitism”

With a major increase in anti-Semitic incidents reported all over Europe, prompting some Jews to try to hide their faith in public, a new accessory was developed to allow Jewish men to wear their yarmulkes but look like they’re not.

It’s a yarmulke made of human hair, called the “Magic Kippa,” referring to the Jewish skullcap’s name in Hebrew.


Rabbi condemns use of anti-Semitic term toward Del. governor

– Associated Press – Saturday, January 24, 2015

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) – Gov. Jack Markell’s rabbi is condemning an anti-Semitic remark by state Rep. John Kowalko in reference to the nation’s only sitting Jewish governor.

The News Journal (http://delonline.us/1BmcZy1 ) reports Kowalko used the term “shylocks” during an outburst Tuesday at a school board meeting in Christina while criticizing Markell and education officials for their plan to turn around low-performing schools in WilmingtonKowalko is Democrat representing Newark.


PEGIDA spokesman: We are no Nazis

BERLIN – Christian Mayerhoff, a spokesperson for PEGIDA, the grassroots initiative which started in Dresden, Germany in autumn of 2014 and now coordinates anti-Islamist protests in 10 European countries, sat down for an exclusive interview with Ynetnews in Berlin this week in a bid to address the Jewish world’s concerns about his movement.


Two new Irish political parties to be on the lookout for

One is called The Celtic People’s Party of Ireland and the other is Identity Ireland. I do not know what they have in store for the White/Irish race, but they look to be pretty promising. Immigration is a problem all over Europe(illegal and even legal). Their main focus or what I’d like to see in them both are an attempt to overthrow the Rothschild rule of the North, thus creating once again, a united Ireland. Nevermind targeting “Islamists” and focus on what gave you them – the Jews.


A Hungarian court has ordered an article on the far-right website Kuruc.info to be deleted, it emerged on Wednesday evening. The court order to block the Holocaust denying article is the first time Hungarian courts have taken action to make an Internet content unavailable since the government criminalised the denial of crimes committed by totalitarian system.

The article in question was published by the far-right news website Kuruc.info in June 2013. The piece questions the atrocities that took place against Jews in the Auschwitz, claiming “such things never ever happened”. Following its appearance on the site, a police investigation was launched due to the public denial of crimes committed by National Socialist or Communist systems; however, police were unable to locate the author or the person responsible for publishing the article. Following this, the Budapest Chief Prosecutor’s Office asked the court to order the article to be blocked.