UN investigator regrets branding Jews as dogs on private blogg

US Jewish academic Richard Falk rejects calls to resign over blog, saying critics using “careless” mistake to attack hi‬‬m.

Robert Falk displayed a Jew-hating cartoon on his private blogg.

A United Nations human rights expert Richard Falk investigating Israel’s treatment of Palestinians expressed regret on Monday for posting an anti-Semitic cartoon on his blog.

Falk rejected calls to resign his role saying critics were using a “careless” mistake to attack him.

US academic Richard Falk said he didn’t spot what he called “the anti-Semitic connotations” when he published a caricature showing a dog wearing a Jewish skullcap and an American flag eating human bones while urinating on a statue representing justice.

Source: Ynetnet.com

My comment:

Its is human to make mistakes. But for Richard Falk theres is no valid excuses. He is not a novice. He is supposed to be an expert on matters linked to the Jews.

The spirit that reigns inside a man, will eventually expose him.

 2 Corinthians 11:4
For if someone comes to you and preaches a Jesus other than the Jesus we preached, or if you receive a different spirit from the Spirit you received, or a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it easily enough.

Those who have not received the Holy Spirit, will attack the Jews, and distribute antisemitism. Even claimed to be “Christians”, who have received a counterfeit spirit, but falsely claim they are guided by the Holy Spirit.

Written by Ivar

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