Monday, December 12, 2005


Middle
East:
Judenrein


Like Nazi Germany, the nations of the Middle East are working to make sure their lands are free of Jews:


I'm still waiting for the international outrage. I'm still waiting for my colleagues in the news media to jump on the story. I'm still waiting for Americans to recognize the way the story illustrates the root cause of conflict in the Middle East.

I refer to last week's story of how WND's Jerusalem bureau chief, Aaron Klein, was denied entry to Syria because he is a Jew.

As I prepare this column for publication, not one other news agency in the world has reported on it.
Why is this story so significant?


Because it so perfectly illustrates why we continue to have conflict in the Middle East between Arabs and Israelis.

This is not a conflict between two sides with legitimate grievances and competing interests. It is a conflict, at its core, between a nation that asks only to live in peace with its neighbors and a racist, hate-filled group of nations and peoples who seek only the destruction, the annihilation, the extermination of all Jews from the Middle East.
It may seem a trivial matter that one Jewish reporter was denied entry to an Arab police state. But it's part of a much bigger picture.


Why were Jews evacuated from the Gaza Strip last summer? Because the Palestinian Authority, which seeks to create a state of its own, insists that no Jews may live within the borders of the future land of Palestine.

Why did Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad last week say that Israel itself should be relocated to Europe? Because his non-negotiable demand is that no Jews should be permitted to live in the Middle East – at least not in a state of security and freedom.

Why did U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan last week preside over a conference in New York in support of a Palestinian state in front of a map of the Middle East that showed Israel wiped off the face of the earth and replaced by a state of Palestine? Because that has always been – and always will be – the goal of the extremist, anti-Semitic haters who hide behind the face of "Palestinian self-determination."


Like my friend Someguy always says, "The movement for Palestinian statehood is but an attempt at the continuation of the Holocaust, by other means.

And then, there's this, from Atlas Shrugs:


  • Number of times Jerusalem is mentioned in the Old Testament: over 700
  • Number of times Jerusalem is mentioned in the Koran: 0
  • Number of Arab leaders who visited Jerusalem when it was under Arab rule(1948 to 1967): 1
  • Number of Arab refugees who fled the land that became Israel: approximately 600,000
  • Number of Jewish refugees who fled Arab countries: approximately 600,000
  • Number of U.N. agencies that deal only with Palestinian refugees: 1
  • Number of U.N. agencies that deal with all the other refugees in the world: 1
  • Number of Jewish states that have existed on the land called Palestine: 3
  • Number of Arab or Muslim states that have existed on the land called Palestine: 0
  • Number of terrorist attacks by Israelis or Jews since 1967: 1
  • Number of terrorist attacks by Arabs or Muslims since 1967: thousands
  • Percentage of Jews who have praised the Jewish terrorist: approximately 0.1
  • Percentage of Palestinians who have praised Islamic terrorists:approximately 90
  • Number of Jewish countries: 1
  • Number of Jewish democracies: 1
  • Number of Arab countries: 19
  • Number of Arab democracies: 0
  • Number of Arab women killed annually by fathers and brothers in "honor killings": thousands
  • Number of Jewish women killed annually by fathers and brothers in "honor killings": 0
  • Number of Christian or Jewish prayer services allowed in Saudi Arabia: 0
  • Number of Muslim prayer services allowed in Israel: unlimited
  • Number of Arabs Israel allows to live in Arab settlements in Israel:1,250,000
  • Number of Jews Palestinian Authority allows to live in Jewish settlementsin Palestinian Authority: 0
  • Percentage of U.N. Commission on Human Rights resolutions condemning an Arab country for human rights violations: 0
  • Percentage of U.N. Commission on Human Rights resolutions condemning Israel for human rights violations: 26Number of U.N.
  • Security Council resolutions on the Middle East between 1948 and 1991: 175
  • Number of these resolutions against Israel: 97
  • Number of these resolutions against an Arab state: 4
  • Number of Arab countries that have been members of the U.N. Security Council: 16
  • Number of times Israel has been a member of the U.N. Security Council: 0
  • Number of U.N. General Assembly resolutions condemning Israel: 322
  • Number of U.N. General Assembly resolutions condemning an Arab country: 0
  • Percentage of U.N. votes in which Arab countries voted with the United States in 2002: 16.6
  • Percentage of U.N. votes in which Israel voted with the United States in 2002: 92.6
  • Percentage of Middle East Studies professors who defend Zionism and Israel: approximately 1.
  • Percentage of Middle East Studies professors who believe in diversity on college campuses: 100
  • Percentage of people who argue that the Jewish state has no right to exist who also believe some other country has no right to exist: 0
  • Percentage of people who argue that of all the countries in the world, only the Jewish state has no right to exist and yet deny they are anti-Jewish: approximately 100
  • Number of Muslims in the world: more than 1 billion
  • Number of Muslim demonstrations against Islamic terror: approximately 2

Put that in your pipe and smoke it.