Posts Tagged ‘Palestine’

It’s not economics; they don’t do it because they’re impoverished.

It’s not opportunity; they don’t do it because they can’t attend the university.

It’s their ideology, and this is the great chasm of misunderstanding that the west needs to know.


Hitler didn’t stomp on all his neighbors and kill millions because German people lacked money or opportunity (even though they lacked both after WWI). He did it because his worldview told him to rid the world of Jews, and he said or did whatever it took to accomplish that goal. Islam’s ideology  – at its core, written about hundreds of times in its holy book – mandates conquering the world for Allah, and subjugating or killing kuffars (unbelievers), especially Jews and Christians (who are specifically mentioned in the Qur’an). Islamic leaders have said it. Until they discovered oil, they had no way to really move jihad to a worldwide level. Now they do. We just ignore it, because from our Western point of view, “no religious group could be that outta whack, could they?” Yes, they can. And they don’t even hide it. There are moderate Muslims, but there is no moderate Islam. We just prefer not to hear it.


Check this out: this is in America.


“Go to Hell! Go to Hell! Go to Hell!”

“Nuke Israel! There is no Israel!”
”You need a big oven, that’s what you need!”

“Allahu Akbar.” (Allah is great). “Allahu Akbar.” “Allahu Akbar.” “Allahu Akbar.”


As it ramped up, and the Muslims moved across to confront the small pro-Israel counter protestors, a bystander can be heard saying, “Violent. They’re so violent!”

Yep, they certainly are. And they are not “extremists,” they’re just extolling the “virtues” promulgated in the Qur’an. Read it for yourself.


Mark Steyn has written another excellent and witty article (click to read). It is a must read for you, and a must forward to Westerners that still don’t get it.


The facts presented in the article provide excellent talking points for you to share.

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By David Bedein

The 27th day of Nissan year marks the day when the Warsaw Ghetto uprising began against the Nazis in 1943.

The 27th of Nissan was therefore selected as Holocaust Remembrance and Heroism Day in Israel – the day on which Israel would remember the mass murder of Jews in World War II – not only as a day of mourning and remorse, but also as a day to remember those who fought back against the Nazis and their allies.

To paraphrase the questions asked on Passover two weeks ago, people often ask why this persecution of Jews in Christian countries was different than other persecutions?

After all, Jews had suffered persecution in Christian lands over the centuries.

This time, Nazis incorporated the Moslem idea of Jihad – which involved the impulse to total destruction and complete annihilation in the spirit of a Holy War.

The Moslem cleric who inspired Adolf Hitler with the idea of Jihad was none other than the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin El-Husseini, who did not want masses of exiled Jews to wind up in the land of Israel, which he claimed as a future Arab Palestine, devoid of Jews. Arafat used to call him “Uncle.”

Indeed, in 1936, the Mufti welcomed Hitler’s deputy, Adolf Eichmann, to his office at the Supreme Islamic Council, based at the Palace Hotel in the center of Jerusalem, where Eichmann kept meticulous records of his meetings with the Mufti , where the Palestinian Arab leader of that generation taught Eichmann about the philosophy of Jihad.

Journalist Maurice Pearlman, who reviewed the records of Eichmann’s meetings with the Mufti at the trials for Nazi leader in Nuremberg, wrote a book entitled THE MUFTI OF JERUSALEM, published in 1947, in which Pearlman noted that the Mufti instructed Eichmann that the way in which the Nazis could best persecute the Jews was to do so slowly and in stages, so as to catch them unaware of the next stage of their persecution.

Read the rest of the article here.

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