Communiqués de presse 2015
Wiesenthal Centre to Luxembourg Prime Minister: “Strengthen Cactus Supermarkets by Dealing with BDS Squads as Serial Rioters Endangering Public Order.”
"Luxembourg banks would not accept such 'annoyance' at any price.
Income not worth the annoyance' can rapidly become, 'no income at all'."
02 September 2015
In a letter to Luxembourg Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre Director for International Relations, Dr. Shimon Samuels, expressed “our Luxembourg members' concern at the submission by Cactus Supermarkets to violence and threats of the so-called pro-Palestinian B.D.S. (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) anti-Israel lobby in your country.”
Paris, le 7 février 2015
Dans une lettre adressée à l’équipe éditoriale de Charlie Hebdo, le président du Centre Simon Wiesenthal – France, Richard Odier, et son directeur des Relations internationales, Shimon Samuels, tenaient à leur exprimer « toute l’horreur que nous éprouvons face à l’atrocité survenue aujourd’hui. Nos condoléances les plus profondes vont aux familles des victimes et nous souhaitons de tout cœur le rétablissement des blessés ».
"By invidious comparison, Ward insults good name of United Kingdom and, thereby, British forces role in liberating Nazi concentration camps."
Paris 29, January 2015
In a letter to British Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrat Party, Nicholas Clegg,the Simon Wiesenthal Centre Director for International Relations, Dr. Shimon Samuels vigorously protested "the scurrilous desecration of the Holocaust by David Ward, your party's Member of Parliament for Bradford".
"Annul Shell's dealings with Allseas - a company which apparently celebrates Nazi crimes by glorifying a perpetrator". "It is interesting to note on the Shell portals' list of associated countries, the conspicuous absence of Israel".
Paris, 5 February 2015
In a letter to Royal Dutch Shell CEO, Ben van Beurdon, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre Director for International Relations, Dr. Shimon Samuels,
noted that "Shell has contracted from the Swiss-based offshore pipeline installation and subsea construction company, Allseas Group,
their crane-ship Pieter Schelte, to service Brent oil platforms on the British continental shelf".