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Sunday, July 09, 2006

More Fodder for the Skeptics

It always amazes me that people can actually say with a straight face and seriously believe that there is nothing anti-semitic about being anti-zionist. In my response post, you can read more of what I think about the dung, but let me post some-one's experience at a "peace activist" rally, hosted around the United States. In response to Israel's actions in Gaza, ANSWER (a so called "human rights" group, founded by Brian Becker, who is also the founding father of the Party for Socialism and Liberation)has called on nation-wide protests against Israel. Now, our liberal enlightened friends would think nothing of this. In free societies, people are allowed to protest against foreign policies they don't like. Ah, if only it were that simple and that innocent. I will just give you a couple of examples that are out there that show that the true Jew hating nature of these "peace activists" and the vitriolic hatred that spews out at these "peace" rallies.

When normal people hear Arab Americans or other people chanting Arabic slogans during these rallies, they don't think much of it. They must be "peace" chants, nothing more dangerous than that. When you hear people chanting and singing at these rallies little ditties like, "Khaiber, Khaiber, Ya Yahud, Jaish Muhammad Safayahood, you think nothing of it. It sounds like a cute freedom chant. They wouldn't be shouting hatred. There are reporters standing around. Little would you, Joe Shmoe liberal "peace" activist, know that this actually means, "Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews, the army of Muhammad is coming for you". What?!? No, it can't be! This is a rally against Israel's policies, not against the Jews. Whatever could they be talking about! Again, the innocent enlightened one that you are, you have no idea that this is a historical song, which tells the story of when the Prophet Muhammad tricked the Jews of Khaibar and then slaughtered the whole town. You see, he had been losng many wars in his conquest to conquer the Arabian peninsula, so he went in a different direction. He convinced the Jews of Khaibar that he wanted to make a peace pact with them. Immediately after the peace treaty was signed, Muhammad laid siege to the city and slaughtered every last Jew living there.

But... But... that's terrible. I love Jews. Do you now? Well, let look at what happened at the latest San Francisco ANSWER "peace" rally:
(Source: Arutz Sheva)
Although I'd written about it many times, and read about it in second-hand reports, I never actually heard it said with my own two ears. After all, this was America, the land of the free and the home of the brave, where religious intolerance might exist in closed circles, but which was generally not openly voiced in public except by fringe hate groups like the Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan. Palestinian supporters in America team up with those groups against Jews, but don't like to admit it. They couch their rhetoric with talk of Zionists, but how they really love Jews.
It's not that I was unaware it happens, because at the second annual conference of the International Solidarity Movement in Michigan - where Sami Al-Arian, the US head of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, was guest of honor before being convicted of terrorism charges - the Arabs and their activist allies were screaming in Arabic "Itbakh Al-Yahood!" Freely translated into English, it means, "Kill the Jews!"....
People who act as human shields and supporters for terrorists thus call themselves "peace activists", but the anti-Israel crowd gathered in front of the Israeli consulate in San Francisco on July 3rd could not hide their true opinions.
They chanted in Arabic "Through blood we will redeem you, Oh Palestine!" You can only begin to imagine the din of screaming and threats emanating from the pro-PLO crowd....
"Why are you hiding your flags that drip blood?" I continued, "You see no American flags over there because they hate America and they support those who kill our soldiers! They support those who cut off heads! They support Saddam Hussein!"
The ones in charge of their loudspeaker put their heads together. What to do? Finally, they turned up the volume and began shouting. "Itbakh Al-Yahood! Itbakh Al-Yahood!"
Welcome to 1930s Berlin on a contemporary San Francisco street. And hear, O Israel, America may not always be here for you like you think it will. They may have hidden their flags showing the red fists dripping with blood, but they showed their true colors:
"Itbakh Al-Yahood!" - Wipe the Jews from the face of the Earth! Read the whole article...

Age of Hooper (The) went to the ANSWER rally in DC over this past week-end and has some photos and several videos of this "peace" rally. Take a look and see the truth for yourself... I DARE YOU!
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At 3:48 PM, Blogger shlemazl said...

Anti-semitism is not equivalent to anti-zionism. Anti-zionist ultraorthodox Jews is but one example.

In today's west anti-zionism is much worse than anti-semitism. This is an movement to ethnically cleanse Israel and to annihalate the whole country.

No doubt there are huge overlaps between the two movements. In particular all anti-semites are anti-zionists.

At 6:42 PM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

Well, I would agree with you, but I have to correct your assumtion. Jews can be anti-semites. It is a phenomenon that exists. It's rare, but it exists. For instance, the members of the Naturei Karta. They are not simply anti-zionists. They are also anti-semites. Don't be fooled and think that just because a Jew doesn't support Israel's right to exist, this proves that anti-zionism and anit-semitism don't coincide.


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