Organizers of the anti-Israel demonstrations in Vienna include the Dar Al Janub Association, an association for “anti-racism and peace policy initiatives”. It seems harmless. Critics such as Caroline Hungerlander, integration spokesperson for the Vienna People’s Party, have warned that in reality, the radical left organization is spreading anti-Semitic incitement and Palestinian terrorist propaganda. Speaking to eXXpress, the local councilor cited Instagram postings in which Dar Al Janoub spreads messages from radical terrorist organizations in the Middle East.
Anti-Semitic slogans and signs were heard and seen several times during anti-Israel demonstrations in Vienna following the massacre on 7 October.
Explosive: Dar al Janoub’s headquarters are located in a municipal building in Vienna, Kronen Zeitung recently revealed. Hunglander demands that the red-pink city government must immediately intervene: “It cannot happen that an openly anti-Semitic association – which spreads propaganda from the terrorist organizations Hamas and Islamic Jihad – should carry out these actions in a municipal building. can be carried out completely unhindered in the city of Vienna. The city government should take immediate action.
ÖVP politicians emphasize that Dar Al Janoub’s club headquarters in a municipal building in Ottkring has so far either gone unnoticed or been deliberately tolerated by the city of Vienna.
Dar Al Janoub has recently been seen in anti-Israel protests in Vienna.
This association itself follows the leftist extremist and leftist revolutionary tradition. He is officially anti-colonial, anti-capitalist and anti-Western. Security circles say that because some Palestine unions close to the terrorist organization Hamas unsuccessfully wanted to plan demonstrations, leftist extremist organizations such as Dar al Janoub are being given the lead. Hungerländer criticizes, “This shows above all the following: Vienna has turned a blind eye to left-wing anti-Semitism for too long.”
The Vienna People’s Party has submitted a written request to Housing Councilor Kathrin Cheal. Caroline Hungerlander demands, “The responsible city councilor should immediately investigate whether renting club premises to this organization can be compatible with the fight against anti-Semitism.”
Maximilian Krause, president of the Viennese FPÖ club, also makes serious allegations: “Once again it turns out that the Ludwig-SPÖ tolerates and sometimes even promotes Islamic activities in Vienna. “The FPO has been criticizing these dangerous developments for years, and has been right,” says Cross. He called upon the SPO to immediately expel the club from the Municipal Corporation building. The fact that Dar Al Janoub remains headquartered there is an “incredible scandal”.
Interior Minister Gerhard Körner (ÖVP) also required: “Kerner will have the opportunity to impose sanctions on this organization.”