Thursday, March 20, 2008

Of Palestinians
The Massacre
Of Jews

From Aretz Sheva:

The vast majority of PA Arabs support the terror attack on Jerusalem's Merkaz HaRav Yeshiva in which eight students were executed earlier this month, according to a new poll cited in the New York Times on Wednesday. According to the poll, 84 percent of those surveyed "stood behind" the shooting attack. In addition, 64% supported the firing of Kassam rockets at Negev towns.

Jews Put
In Ovens

A PA TV musical for children included the ultimate abuse of the Holocaust, teaching children that the Jews didn't suffer a Holocaust, but rather made ovens to burn Palestinians:"...

They [the Jews] are the ones who did the Holocaust... They opened the ovens for us to bake human beings... When an oven stops burning they light 100 [more] ovens."

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

U.S. Ambassador
Jews Might
Have To Start
Moving Out
Of Jerusalem

From Israel Matzav:

It was widely reported yesterday that US ambassador to Israel Richard Jones
suggested that those living in overcrowded Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) neighborhoods
in Jerusalem
have to move elsewhere

"Sometimes people do have
to move to a different location. They cannot always stay close to their
families."The 'hint' was that Jews might have to move out of a (God forbid)
divided Jerusalem if the city is unable to build new housing and expand to
accommodate them. That comment was bad enough. But Jones made another comment
yesterday while on the same 'tour' that was
widely reported

During a tour through the
fervently religious Mea She'arim neighborhood of Jerusalem Monday, US Ambassador
to Israel Richard H. Jones compared the haredi community to religious
communities in Saudi Arabia....

"Well, there are a lot
of similarities, more than you would think," said Jones during a tour on foot of
various haredi institutions. "Particularly, I served five years in Saudi Arabia
and many of the religious practices are quite similar to Orthodox

Go read the rest over at Israel Matzav.

Why is it that American officials don't make such statements to Palestinians? When Israel decided to cease the military occupation of Gaza, all the Jews had to leave.

Why is this?

It's because Palestinians hate Jews and don't want to live with them, so all the Jews have to go. The land must be "Jew-free."

If you don't believe Palestinians, in general, hate Jews, then watch the videos in this link. There is no clearer explication of Palestinian Jew-hatred.

And, let us be clear, there is no equivalent hatred of Palestinians by Jews. There are no Israeli TV shows exhorting Palestinian children to kill Jews. There are no major Israeli political parties who charters call for "Death to the Palestinians." And, the Jewish religion does not speak of a Judgement Day upon which all Palestinians will be killed.

Palestinian society, as it is fed by the Islam of the Koran, is a murderous Jew-hating society. It is the virtual equivalent of Nazi Germany.

When we are faced with such evil, we are no longer dealing in the realm of political disputes, but we instead enter the territory of morality. The solution will not be reached through political compromise. The solution will only be brought about by a change of heart in the Islamic culture of the Palestinian territories.

Such changes of heart are only brought about through war, or Divine Intervention.

Monday, March 17, 2008

To Release

From Jewcy:

Think a Nintendo game is a good way to teach kids about the Holocaust? A 21-year-old British video game developer does, and the company producing his latest creation hopes to have it ready for distribution in Europe by the end of the year.

Luc Bernard's game, Imagination Is the Only Escape, is based on the ways that the Nazis tortured children, and won’t be distributed in the US.

Reactions have been as condemnatory as you’d expect. However, Bernard maintains that he’s not trying to make light of the suffering of children. He promises that there won’t be any on-screen violence, and though Alten8--the company producing the game--originally asked him to remove all swastikas from the game, it subsequently backed off.

Bernard says he’s trying to make a game that will be educational and appropriate for young children, and points out that his mother is Jewish and members of his family took care of Jewish orphans after World War II.

So far, the most interesting response has come from the Anti-Defamation League. Instead of lashing out against Bernard and Alten8, Myrna Shinbaum, a spokeswoman for the ADL, is quoted as saying, “We certainly believe that we have to find new ways of teaching lessons of the Holocaust as new technologies are being developed.”

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Teaches Kids
To Kill Jews

If you have any doubt that many Muslims are practicing a religion which is closer to Nazism than it is to the Judeo-Christian tradition, then watch these videos of Palestinian Children's TV.

And, oh yes, if you have forgotten, here is how they salute their leaders.



The editor of a pan-Arab daily published in London says the terrorist attack on Jerusalem's Mercaz Harav Yeshiva on March 6 attack was "justified" and that the religious seminary is responsible for "hatching Israeli extremists and fundamentalists."

In his lead article last Sunday, Abd al-Bari Atwan, editor of Al-Quds Al-Arabi, chose not to condemn the shooting attack in which eight students were killed and nine were wounded, and said the celebrations in Gaza that followed symbolized the "courage of the Palestinian nation."

He added that the recent violence in Gaza might "mark the countdown to Israel's destruction."

"This article is alarming, since Atwan is perceived as a legitimate and unbiased analyst by the British media, and is often invited to voice his views in different media platforms," said Lior Ben-Dor, spokesman at the Israeli Embassy in London.

"The problem is that when addressing the British public, he tends to hide his true opinions and ideology - his support for terror and the murder of civilians.

This article reveals Atwan's real colors, a supporter of fundamentalism and terror, and hence he should be treated accordingly."...

Atwan was born in a refugee camp in 1950. He founded the pan-Arab daily in London in 1989, and today it has a circulation of around 50,000. In 1996 he interviewed Osama bin Laden. He is a regular commentator on CNN, Sky News and BBC News.

Go read the whole thing over at Astute Bloggers.

U.S. State
The Problem Of
In Islam
And The
United Nations

From the Jerusalem Post:

There has been an upsurge in anti-Semitism over the past decade, much of it a new form whose "distinguishing feature" is criticism of Israel, according to a State Department report released over the weekend.

The 94-page report on 2007 criticizes many Muslim and Arab countries for encouraging anti-Semitism, and an entire chapter is devoted to anti-Semitism at the United Nations.

"Motives for criticizing Israel in the UN may stem from legitimate concerns over policy or from illegitimate prejudices," the report reads. "However, regardless of the intent, disproportionate criticism of Israel as barbaric and unprincipled, and corresponding discriminatory measures adopted in the UN against Israel, have the effect of causing audiences to associate negative attributes with Jews in general, thus fueling anti-Semitism."

The report lists forms of anti-Semitic crimes including terrorist attacks against Jews, desecration of synagogues and destruction of cemeteries. In addition, it cites anti-Semitic rhetoric, conspiracy theories, and other propaganda.

While the report notes that traditional forms of anti-Semitism continue to be found across the globe, "anti-Semitism has proven to be an adaptive phenomenon."

The new forms often incorporate elements of traditional anti-Semitism, but "the distinguishing feature of the new anti-Semitism is criticism of Zionism or Israeli policy that - whether intentionally or unintentionally - has the effect of promoting prejudice against all Jews by demonizing Israel and Israelis and attributing Israel's perceived faults to its Jewish character."

While this new anti-Semitism is "common throughout the Middle East and in Muslim communities in Europe," it is not confined to these populations, the report finds.

The document's introduction singles out Iran and Syria for their demonization of Jews, and adds, "Venezuela's government-sponsored mass media have become vehicles for anti-Semitic discourse, as have government news media in Saudi Arabia and Egypt."

It names Britain, France and Germany as European countries where "anti-Semitic violence remains a significant concern," but also lists other Western nations as experiencing recent increases, including Argentina, Australia and Canada.