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Jewish Liberal Terror to Nusantara People
« Reply #330 on: July 15, 2022, 02:47:34 am »
The Jews were work together with the Netherlands colonial troops to colonize back the Nusantara people. See this page contents :



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Important Transcript :


On Nusantara Language :

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"Bersenjatakan senjata rampasan Jepang, orang Indonesia menyerang bekas interniran Belanda yang berada di luar kamp selama Masa Bersiap (Agustus 1945 - Desember 1946). Pemukulan, penculikan dan pembunuhan merupakan hal yang umum, di mana sejumlah orang Yahudi menjadi korban. Sebagaimana orang kulit putih lainnya, banyak keluarga Yahudi kehilangan rumah dan harta bendanya.

Menghadapi masa depan yang suram, kebanyakan orang Yahudi di Belanda meninggalkan Indonesia pada saat Belanda kembali ke Indonesia. Namun kantong-kantong kaum Sephardim tetap ada, sementara para prajurit Yahudi Belanda - yang selamat dari Holocaust di Eropa - Dikirimkan untuk memerangi para pejuang kemerdekaan Indonesia. Kendati ada permintaan pengecualian pengiriman mereka sebagai serdadu akibat kehilangan yang diderita keluarga-keluarga Yahudi selama Perang Dunia II, hanya ada satu kasus pengecualian yang diterima. Sementara itu, orang-orang Yahudi tanpa kewarganegaraan pergi menjadi sukarelawan dengan harapan dapat diterima menjadi warga negara Belanda lewat dinas militer.

Para prajurit Yahudi Belanda bersatu untuk mendukung cita-cita kaum Zionis dan aktif dalam organisasi Nederlands Indische Zionistenbond. Para prajurit Yahudi memberikan banyak sumbangan untuk merehabilitasi komunitas Yahudi yang tersisa di Indonesia, termasuk renovasi Sinagoga Beth Shalom pada tahun 1948.

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Pada tanggal 22 Maret 1953, sebuah "Organisasi Zionis" didirikan sebagai pengganti Perhimpunan Kepentingan Kaum Yahudi. Dalam sepucuk surat berbahasa Indonesia yang disampaikan kepada kabinet Sukarno, delapan orang Yahudi yang mewakili "Komunitas Yahudi Indonesia" menawrkan jasa untuk mengabdi sebagai penasihat tidak resmi masalah Yahudi bagi negara Indonesia. World Jewish Congress (Kongres Yahudi Sedunia, atau WJC melakukan survei terhadap komunitas Yahudi di Indonesia, menemukan 750 orang di Jakarta, 500 di Surabaya, 250 di bandung, dan beberapa ratus orang lainnya tersebar di seluruh negeri. Sesudah tahun 1957 dan maklumat kebijakan nasionalisasi Sukarno, komunitas Yahudi Indonesia merosot drastis. Orang Yahudi Baghdad boleh dikatakan menghilang dari Indonesia pada awal dasawarsa 1960-an, ketika ada ketakutan pembalasan terhadap mereka akibat Perang Arab-Israel di Timur Tengah. Mereka kebanyakan pindah ke Amerika, Australia dan Israel.

Sumber : Buku "Jejak Hitler di Nusantara Petualangan, Intrik, dan Konspirasi Nazi di Indonesia" Halaman 352, 353

On English Colonial Language :

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"Armed with looted Japanese weapons, the Indonesians attacked the former Dutch internees who were outside the camp during the Bersiap (August 1945 - December 1946). Beatings, kidnappings and killings were commonplace, with a number of Jews being victims. As well as white people On the other hand, many Jewish families lost their homes and possessions.

Facing a bleak future, most Jews in the Netherlands left Indonesia when the Dutch returned to Indonesia. But the pockets of the Sephardim remained, while Dutch Jewish soldiers - survivors of the Holocaust in Europe - were sent to fight the Indonesian freedom fighters. Despite requests for exemption from sending them as soldiers as a result of the losses suffered by Jewish families during World War II, only one exception case was accepted. Meanwhile, stateless Jews went to volunteer in hopes of being accepted as Dutch citizens through military service.

The Dutch Jewish soldiers united to support the ideals of the Zionists and were active in the Nederlands Indische Zionistenbond organization. The Jewish soldiers made many contributions to the rehabilitation of the remaining Jewish communities in Indonesia, including the renovation of the Beth Shalom Synagogue in 1948.

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On March 22, 1953, a "Zionist Organization" was founded in place of the Association of Jewish Interests. In an Indonesian-language letter submitted to Sukarno's cabinet, eight Jews representing the "Indonesian Jewish Community" offered to serve as unofficial advisers on the Jewish issue for the Indonesian state. The World Jewish Congress (WJC) conducted a survey of the Jewish community in Indonesia, finding 750 people in Jakarta, 500 in Surabaya, 250 in Bandung, and several hundred others scattered throughout the country. After 1957 and the announcement of Sukarno's nationalization policy, the Indonesian Jewish community declined drastically. Baghdadnese Jews arguably disappeared from Indonesia in the early 1960s, when there was fear of reprisals against them due to the Arab-Israeli War in the Middle East.They mostly moved to America, Australia and Israel."

Source : "Jejak Hitler di Nusantara Petualangan, Intrik, dan Konspirasi Nazi di Indonesia" Page 352, 353