Danish bank boycotts Israeli Bank Hapoalim

Bennett thanks New York lawmaker for sponsoring bill that would deprive funds to schools boycotting Israel.

The mistakes in Nazi Germany is repeated in the Danish boycott of Israeli bank.
The mistakes of Nazi Germany is repeated in the Danish boycott of Israeli bank.

A cancelled meeting of key cabinet ministers called last week to discuss the creeping boycott of Israeli companies and banks has not been re-scheduled, even as two major European banks recently decided on actions against Israeli banks.

Israeli news outlet Walla reported Saturday that Sweden’s Nordea Bank and Denmark’s Danske Bank have both taken steps against Israeli banks involved in construction in the settlements.

Source: Jerusalem Post

My comment:

What tales place in 2014 Europe, is a repetition of the years 1934 to 1939.

While Nazi-Germany received help from Sweden and others, to build up its military forces, trading with Jewish communities were criminalized.
Likewise, nations like Norway, the USA and Sweden support the buildup of Islamic military focus on the Mountains. And boycotts Jewish families who continue to build synagogues and homes inside their ancient homeland, in Judea and Samaria.

Those who repeat the mistakes done in Nazi-Germany, will fail the Biblical task of blessing the Chosen people of God. And even worse. They will bring a curse down on their own head, and face eternal punishment by God of the Bible.

Behold: Million of Jews are awaiting the incoming Messiah. I know Him, the Lion and the Lamb of God. He is about to return.

Written by Ivar

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2 thoughts on “Danish bank boycotts Israeli Bank Hapoalim

  1. What hypocrites, I seem to remember in my history lessons how the Danish invaders raped and pillaged their way around Europe, especially the central belt of early England.

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