The radical Islamic pro-Iran regime NGO “The Feather” announced that it will urge Germans to reject Israel’s existence on Saturday at an information stand in the the northern German city of Delmenhorst in the state of Lower Saxony.
The Feather, which shows a photograph of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei on its website, announced the vote on its Facebook page.
The Weser-Kurier paper reported that The Feder member Hassan Mohsen said “the citizens have the possibility to drop a chip in a box for or against “ the creation of Israel. “It is our conviction that Israel should have never been founded,” said Mohsen. Pedro Benjamin Becerra, the chairman of the Jewish community Delmenhorst, told the paper that The Feder's activity is “incitement to hate.“
The German-Israeli Friendship Society in Oldenburg plans to hold a counter-information stand across from The Feder’s booth in Delmenhorst—a city of nearly 75,000. (...)
The governor of Lower Saxony Stephan Weil is an aggressive supporter of trade with the Islamic Republic of Iran. He traveled to Iran in April with a 30 member business delegation. The NWZ newspaper reported that Weil met with former Iranian president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani and both men engaged “in reciprocal praise of the good tradition of German-Iranian relations.
Rafsanjani previously said: “Application of an atomic bomb would not leave anything in Israel, but the same thing would just produce damages in the Muslim world.”read more