The director of the international relations of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Shimon Samuels, the new Belgian prime minister, Sophie Wilmès to Unesco calling for the carnival in Aalst from the list of the intangible cultural heritage is to be deleted, because of the organisers ‘ anti-semitic cliches” are allowed. As reports the press office of the European Jewish Press (EJP).
In a letter to the Wilmès points to Samuels, the Belgian prime minister, on “the international outcry about the anti-semitic parades of the carnival of Aalst, belgium”. He also emphasizes the jewish roots of the new regeringsleidster.
at The head of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, an international jewish organization that fights against anti-semitism, calling Sophie Wilmès to “the minister of Foreign Affairs to the member states in the intangible cultural heritage of Unesco, to make the carnival in the list of the deletion at the meeting in Bogota in december”. The prime minister should also be the appropriate disciplinary action to take in order to repeat, in Belgium, to prevent it, set the EJP was still.
if The carnival in Aalst, belgium was at the beginning of this year, is now under fire from jewish organizations in the parade and have a float day, with caricatures of jewish people that have a case with the money to protect it, and what is reminiscent of nazi propaganda.
According to the Simon Wiesenthal Center, appeared at the carnival in 2013 and is already starring in that SS, and played with those in the blue-and-white-striped suits, which are typical for the German concentration camps. The SS men were carrying boxes, with the alleged Zyklon B-the gas used in the gas chambers.
the Unesco world heritage site, the united nations agency for cultural affairs, last week, the Belgian ambassador, was invited to explain the carnavalslintjes with cartoons of a jew with his claw with the caption: “Unesco, which is a farce”. Which had recently sprung up at the dragon, and to make light of the whole thing.
in Mid-september, claimed by the organisers of the carnival, when their case was, at the Unesco headquarters.
the Mayor Christophe D’haese (N-VA), from Aalst, belgium to defend the right to freedom of opinion and expression.
More about the Aalst Carnival, the nightlife is just behind about the controversy surrounding the Jewish caricatures: “We have received death threats from all over the world,” the Belgian ambassador, on a sheet, called, a Unesco asked for an explanation of three controversial carnavalslintjes Thanks, This could be Visiting the Carnival, really do not use carnavalist shocks again, by the jewish caricatures, Mayor of the D He is defending the jewish puppets in Aalst Carnaval with Unesco: “We are able to correctly calculate”