Friday, August 6, 2010


In short, if fanatical Jews insist on demonizing Islam and Muslims, they should remember that they live in glass houses.Jewish fanatics display more hatred against Muslims
By Khalid Amayreh

The dogs of Zionism leave no opportunity without emitting their venomous hatred against Islam and Muslims these days. For Zionist Jews, maligning Islam and Muslims is a full-time job. The message is on the wall, and only the blind wouldn’t see it.

In recent days, Judeo-Nazi activists have been demonstrating against plans to build a Mosque and Islamic Center in New York.

The Judeo-Nazi website Arutz-Shiva, a mouthpiece for the Nazi-minded settlers in the West Bank, on Wednesday, 4 August, quoted a settler leader as saying that building a Mosque in New York, the capital of Zionist hegemony in the western hemisphere, was “like bringing a pig into the temple.” Islam, like Judaism, considers pigs unclean animals and Muslims are commanded not to touch them, let alone eat their meat.

The settler leader was also quoted as suggesting that the US government should confine First Amendments freedoms and civil liberties to sincere “Jews and Christians” that support Israeli Nazism, and deny them to nonconformists.

There is nothing particularly wrong in protesting against any given cause. People are free to express their opinions and feelings about anything. However, what is not right, to say the least, is to demonize people and encourage hatred against them because they hold different opinions. Of all peoples in this world, Jews should be aware of this particular dimension for they have suffered so much as a result of demonization and vilification.

Two Jewish activists, a man and a woman, were photographed recently holding two signs outside Ground Zero in New York. One of the signs read “we will allow a mosque to be built near Ground Zero when Jews are allowed to build a synagogue in Mecca.” The other sign claimed that “building a mosque near ground Zero is like building a memorial for Hitler at Auschwitz.”

Needless to say, the two venomous messages have no relevance to truth and common sense. They are beyond the pale of human decency since they are totally detached from honesty.

First, as far as I know, Mecca has not a single Jewish inhabitant, so why build a synagogue there? To start a settlement enterprise there? To teach Muslims Shulhan Aruch or Chesronot Shas or other Talmudic messages?

On the other hand, New York is home to tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of Muslims. And the people in charge of the project are American citizens who broke no law, committed no crime and hurt no body. Indeed, if New York Muslims were of Hitler’s ilk, as the hateful and provocative signs would have us believe, then the Jewish mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg, who supports the project, ought to be a Nazi supporter.

Yes, a nominal Muslim was responsible for a repulsive terrorist act that killed dozens of Americans nearly ten years ago, but that doesn’t make all Muslims guilty of terror any more than would a Jewish mass murderer, e.g. Ehud Barak, Ariel Sharon or Baruch Goldstein, to mention just a few, make all Jews guilty of terror.

I want to go back to that Mecca synagogue thing. This really borders on a mental psychosis on the part of many Zionist Jews. Every time, Israel is criticized for her Nazi-like crimes against Palestinians, Zionist Jews invoke the Mecca synagogue analogy. These lowly dirty animals may think that this is a smart thing to do when in fact it reflects a deep mental sickness.

There are synagogues all over the Muslim world. These synagogues, some of which teach purely racist messages about Jewish superiority, are well protected by respective states, and rightly so. This is unlike mosques in the West Bank which are routinely attacked by the mad dogs of Jewish Nazism, otherwise known as settlers, who attack and torch these Muslim places of worship on instructions from their rabbis.

The second sign carried by the other Jewish protester compared the planned construction of a mosque in New York to the erection of a Hitler memorial at Auschwitz.

Again, this is a totally corrupt analogy. Hitler waged war on and destroyed much of Europe, killing or causing the death of tens of millions of people, including many Jews.

However, Osama bin Laden, assuming that his organization, al Qaida, was indeed behind the 9/11 events, killed a few hundred Americans whereas America, in her Israel-envisaged wars, killed millions of Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan and Palestine.

To be sure, the vast bulk of Muslims, including this writer, expressed horror and revulsion at what happened. However, when the former US Secretary of State Madeline Albright was asked about the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children starved to death as a result of the genocidal American-led sanctions on Iraq, she simply said “if it its is good for our interests, I don’t mind it.”

And unlike Hitler, who was supported by many Europeans (many Jews served in the Nazi armies), the vast majority of Muslims, probably 99.99%, firmly and vehemently oppose al Qaida on moral and religious basis. This is while, the vast majority of Jews fanatically and wholeheartedly support the Judeo-Nazi establishment in occupied Palestine, known as Israel.

So, one has to ask the following question. Who are best fit to be compared with the Nazis these days: The Muslims or Zionist Jews? Who are the ones seeking lebensraum or settlements at the expense of the native people, the Muslims or Zionist Jews? Who are incinerating men, women and children with White Phosphorus, the Muslims or the Zionist Jews? Who are carrying wars of aggression against neighboring countries, the Muslims or Zionist Jews? Indeed, which armies, the Israeli army or Muslim armies, are best fit for comparison with the Gestapo, SS, and Wehrmacht?

Even if we ignore the physical manifestations of Israeli Nazism, we still will find Hitler and his repulsive teachings alive and kicking in the religious doctrine of Judeo-Nazi groups such as Chabad, Gush Emunim and others.

Even Hitler himself didn’t claim that non-Aryans were non-humans. Read Chabad’s manuals or the teachings of Gush Emunim’s mentors and you will certainly know what I am talking about. Some Zionist Jews not only can be compared with the Nazis. In fact, they have emulated and surpassed them.

Still, if Muslims are to be made responsible, by hook or by crook, for whatever al Qaida did or does, then by the same token Jews will have to be held responsible for the millions of Ukrainians killed or starved to death by Stalin’s Jewish aides.

In fact, one could argue that in the 20th century, Jews were probably directly or indirectly responsible for killing more non-Jews than non-Jews were responsible for killing Jews.

For example, it is well known that some Jews played a central part in the Communist collectivization campaign in the former Soviet Union, especially during the Stalinist era, in which many millions of people perished as a result of hunger, major purges, expulsions, banishments, executions and mass death at the Gulags.

During that horrible era of mass terror and death, entire classes of people were liquidated or banished, including private farmers, ethnic minorities, members of the bourgeoisie, senior officers, intellectuals, artists, labor movement activists and still others.

Today, in Israel, school students complete their high school education without ever hearing the name “Genrikh Yagoda” (Genrich Grigorivc Yagoda), who is one of the greatest murderers of all time.

Yagoda diligently carried out Stalin’s collectivization orders and was responsible for the death of at least 10 million people. His Jewish deputies established and managed the genocidal Gulag system. And after Stalin no longer viewed him favourably, Yagoda was demoted and subsequently executed, and was replaced as Chief Hangman in 1936 by Yezhov, the ‘bloodthirsty dwarf’ who had a Jewish wife.

I realize that some Jews would argue that these mass murderers did what they did not as Jews, but as Soviets and as Communists, and they may have a point here. However, there is a conspicuous whiff of absurdity in this argument, since other people whose history has many dark spots could make similar arguments about their own respective mass murderers.

I am not evoking this to belittle the Jewish calamity during WWII, the Holocaust, but rather to illustrate the fact that no particular people in this world possess a monopoly on suffering and pain.

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