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Finland Times Prints Anti-Semitic Conspiracies Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Jul 28, 2014, 09:56 PM

Apparently, the publishers of the Finland Times are not friendly with the Israeli government. Editors have published an editorial, which claims that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assigned Mossad (Israeli secret intelligence unit) to murder three Israeli teenagers to launch a war against Palestinians in Gaza. 

The Finland Times reports that, "The pretext for bombing and shelling Gaza was the death of three Israeli teenagers allegedly killed by Hamas. ‘Operation Protective Edge (OPE) directed against Gaza is reminiscent of the infamous 2001 Dagan Plan entitled “Operation Justified Vengeance” in which the deaths of innocent Israeli civilians had been envisaged and foreseen by IDF military planners."

Scandinavian countries, Finland, Norway and Sweden, have transformed into a new recruiting ground for global jihadists and the local media has earned notoriety for frequently printing anti-semitic conspiracy theories that go viral worldwide.

According to the Finland Times, "The deaths are then used to muster the support of the Israeli public as well as provide a justification for a “legitimate” counter-terrorism operation in the eyes of the international community directed against the Palestinian occupied territories."

The Finland Times appears to have become the mouthpiece for Nordic Jihadism.

To read the entire article from the Finland Times, link here:

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