Orthodox Jew attacks gay pride participants in Jerusalem

It is a well established fact that the organized Jewish community and radical Jewish perverts have been and remain in the vanguard of the promotion and celebration of homosexuality, “gay marriage”, and transgenderism throughout the Western world. Indeed, Jews have always promoted sexual debauchery and degeneracy, resulting in the now widespread social acceptance of sexual promiscuity, homosexuality, and all forms of licentious, immoral, and unnatural behavior.

Meanwhile, over in Israel, the Jewish Telegraph Agency is reporting that – once again – a fanatical Orthodox Jew has violently attacked individuals participating in the gay pride parade in Jerusalem. Incredibly, the man accused of stabbing six gay pride activists today is the same man who was arrested and convicted of stabbing three individuals at the gay pride parade in 2005.

Six marchers were stabbed at Jerusalem’s annual gay pride parade — allegedly by the man who stabbed three people at the parade in 2005.

One victim in Thursday’s stabbings was in critical condition and two were in serious condition.

The alleged assailant — Yishai Schlissel, a haredi Orthodox man from Modiin Ilit in the West Bank — is in custody. He reportedly used a kitchen knife.

Schlissel was released from prison two weeks ago for the previous attack, according to the Jerusalem Open House for Pride and Tolerance. Upon his release, he reportedly distributed pamphlets that called on “all Jews faithful to God” to risk “beatings and imprisonment” in order to stop the parade, according to Haaretz.

The injured were treated on the scene before being evacuated to local hospitals.

Thousands participated in the 14th annual Jerusalem March for Pride and Tolerance, which went through the center of the city. The parade continued after the violence, with hundreds of police and Border Police officers placed along the route to protect the marchers.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was among the Israeli leaders to condemn the attack. He was joined by President Reuven Rivlin and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat. […]

Of course, the organized Jewish community, in all its various manifestations, does not operate as a monolithic entity, except when it comes to the most important issues central to the advancement of global Jewish interests (i.e., the fake “Holocaust” narrative and the multi-billion dollar industry that supports and perpetuates this entirely false depiction of history). Issues of lesser importance to the organized Jewish community, such as gay marriage and homosexual rights, are often heatedly debated within the Jewish community. Orthodox Jews typically do not support homosexual rights and gay marriage, especially amongst Jews and in the Jewish state of Israel.

However, the Jewish community has promoted homosexuality and gay marriage in the West in an effort to undermine, erode, and ultimately destroy the basic moral, sexual, and familial foundations our civilization was founded and built upon. And they’ve been very successful.

NB: This article was originally published on July 30, 2015.