A disgrace of an Israeli businessman funded a mosque renovation in France
An unlikely benefactor. An Ashkelon resident who made a fortune in the European real estate business has decided to pay for the construction of a mosque in France for the benefit of the local Muslim community. [...]I don't think so - he doesn't have any if he did deals with the Religion of Rape, and what if that mosque, much like many others across France, is responsible for leading to monsters like Mohammed Merah?
The businessman even chose to stay in the southern city during Operation Cast Lead. He remained in Israel also after a Grad rocket landed near his house.
Surprisingly, he has not harbored any ill-feelings against the Arab side and is a strong supporter of co-existence. He was recently approached by the mayor of Montereau, a French city adjacent to Paris, who informed him of his difficulties in financing the renovation of a large mosque in the city.
"I told myself 'here is an opportunity to bring the people together' and decided to donate the money," Harush said. "People were dumbfounded. What does a Jewish-Israeli man have do to with refurbishing a mosque? The answer is simple: I'm sick and tired of the hatred. A sane voice must emerge."
Harush explained that he built the mosque in order to promote co-existence. "It wasn't a cheap venture but I did with all my heart."
And what's this about co-existence? With Arabs is one thing, but with the Religion of Rape is another entirely. How dare he stoop to something that should outrage plenty of Jews and French alike, since what if that mosque is promoting any incitement against say, the editors of Charlie Hebdo this very moment, to say nothing of more anti-semitism?
Harush should be ashamed of himself for doing something detrimental to civilized society, and if he funded building mosques here too, that too should be cause for concern. Similarly, if he were to try and fund the attempt to build a mosque at Ground Zero, there should be rightful outrage about that too. His stunt from 2 years ago may have already led to some of the abominations that plague a once fine country.