Malicious unreliable Haaretz – enabler of Arab racism / apartheid and Islamic jihad

November 6, 2012

Unreliable Haaretz, also termed ‘al-Haaretz’ and ‘Israel’s anti-Semitic Rag’, which fuels anti-Israel biasaids the Arab terrorist enemy and was even convicted of anti-Israel spy charges (and biased BBCadmittedly anti-Christian biasedcopies it), just like that drag queen/drama queen Ahmad Tibi ( accused of being himslef the real racist are so quick to falsely brand worried Israelis of racist Arab attacks (Israelis aren’t ‘racist’ – they’re worried) as “racism” but will never name the Goliath Arab racism / Islamic bigotry that seeks out to attack Jews – by Israeli-Arabs or Palestinian-Arabs. ( It’s about the bigotry). 
Apparently, sick Haaretz also finds Arab regimes, including “Palestinian” who either succeeded in complete ethnic cleansing of Jews or seek its completion – more desirable than Jews who dare attempt to survive against it. Thus, a search for ‘racism’ in Haaretz, won’t find it related to the racist attacker, but rather almost exclusively to the receiving end victim of the intolerance monster.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Haaretz Watch Take a Pen
Ha’aretz Fuels Anti-Israel Bias See now CAMERA’s additions to the NOT too respectful list of unreliable Haaretz journalists who are predictable Israel-bashers .
Haaretz: Israel’s Anti-Semitic Rag
17 Feb 2012 – Haaretz, Israel’s left-wing daily, used to be Israel’s newspaper of record … (While its reporting is also biased, the bias is easier to demonstrate in …
Bias at the “Association for Civil Rights in Israel” – Back to Sanity …
14 May 2007 – INN today carries a news report on yet another one-sided biased “report” … was cited in Haaretz (Oct 21, 2004) as justifying Palestinian terror …
Maariv Attacks Haaretz – Inside Israel – News – Israel National News
Israel Media Attacks Haaretz Writer’s ‘Demonization’ of Israel
Israel’s Hebrew-language Maariv printed an unusual attack on Haaretz after a London Independent interview with “the most hated man in Israel.”
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By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
First Publish: 10/17/2010, 2:27 PM / Last Update: 10/17/2010, 2:49 PM
Israel’s Hebrew-language Maariv newspaper published an unusually scathing attack on Haaretz after the London Independent interview with its columnist Gideon Levy, “the most hated man in Israel,” according to the London newspaper
Levy has been the guiding light of the left-wing newspaper that has waged a war against the “occupation” as the cause of most, if not all of all, of Israel’s problems with Arabs. The newspaper also has championed further concessions to the Palestinian Authority, has campaigned for allowing illegal Bedouin villages to remain standing and against deporting illegal African immigrants. Encouraging the growth of non-Jewish populations is in line with a left-wing agenda to prevent the likelihood of a religious Jewish majority in Israel in the near future.
Levy’s latest onslaught against Israel was published in the Independent, a newspaper with a long history of anti-Israel articles.
The newspaper described Levy as “the most hated man in Israel – and perhaps the most heroic” because of his unrelenting campaign,” which the newspaper said has been done “without propaganda.”
However, the interview is filled with inaccuracies and fiction, to which Ben Dror Yemini of Maariv responded at length.
Chronology of Treason: the Haaretz Spy Case, Step by Step
8 Apr 2010 – The spy case revealed in April 2010 began in late 2008. Here’s the story of how the case unfolded, and the dangers it still poses.
Haaretz Reporter Convicted of Spy Charges – Arutz Sheva Israel News
24 Jul 2012 – The Tel Aviv Magistrates Court convicted on Tuesday Haaretz journalist Uri Blau of “possessing secret information without intent to harm state …
A bias that comes with the territory By GIL TROYLAST 
UPDATED: 10/08/2010 16:26
Gideon Levy has reproduced a series of hit-and-run columns dispatched from Gaza that bash at the problem without solving it. PHOTO: MCT Israel’s internal critics fancy themselves modern prophets, boldly speaking truth to power. Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy’s new book The Punishment of Gaza denounces Israel for imposing “futile bloodshed and destruction… humiliation, destitution, deprivation and bereavement” on Palestinians.
But Levy, like many of his comrades, undermines his credibility by lacking the prophet’s faith in the power of truth. His harsh, one-sided repudiation ignores the messy, multidimensional complexities that keep the region mired in violence. As a result, his book becomes the latest round in Israel-bashing, all too easily dismissed, rather than the important call to conscience he hoped to write.
Another “gem” from Haaretz – pro-Arab racism media Here’s another “contribution” by the infamous anti-Israel “Israeli” newspaper Haaretz [Gideon Levy], supporting the Jihadi butchers – racist Arabs of Hamas. Anyone still thinks Haaretz is a “reliable source” on Israeli vs Arabs matters?
“Hamas should be given a chance Ha’aretz – Gideon Levy – May 1, 2011‎ The path to Palestinian reconciliation is still long, and the path to statehood even longer. In the alleys of Jenin and the tunnels of Rafah there is still nothing to celebrate.”
J’Accuse: Racist Arabs & Israeli left of/for “growing racism” in Israel
Dec. 2010
Let’s not spin this blunt issue, aiming at Israeli Jews specifically to be killed or hurt, in their homes, in cars passing by, in a restaurant , at a bus stop, at kindergartens, is what it is: racial hatred against Jews. I don’t know which racist part of it is difficult to comprehend to cast it as such.
Arab Muslim leaders such as the head of the Islamic movement was arrested and charged of racism and inciting violence, to assume that his ‘deadly’ influence doesn’t “live” on among Israeli Arabs is beyond naive.
One of the icons of pushing racism is Arab MK Ahmed Tibi, whose inflammatory mouth has uttered the word “racist” and “apartheid” for almost as many days [in the decade or so] he’s serving as an official in the Jewish-Democratic state.
Of course, everything Israel does is “racist,” this ugly Arab racism’s notion that dates from the infamous anti-Israel campaign in the UN by the Arab lobby in the 1970s to demean Zionism which is about a return of a people to its historic homeland as “racism,” The very racist Arab nations that oppress or at least discriminate against non-Arab minorities (including: Kurds, blacks, Copts, Jews [where they haven’t been ethnically cleansed], Assyrians, Berbers, etc.) had/have the audacity to condemn Israel that gives equal rights and freedom to its 25% Arab citizens, and at times giving preferential treatments to them, in employment, education, etc., those Muslim nations that practice Islamic apartheid in its supremacy status over/against non-Muslims, all have joined to call the very victim of Arab racism [which is the only bond that binds the divider Arab world who discriminates against Arab-Palestinians] as “racist.”
Speaking of hypocrisy, Arab republics and Islamic Republics are also against the notion of a ‘Jewish’ state, even though Israel’s official laws are in fact anything but Jewish.
In addition, a fairly new pehenomenon follows this twisted line, a form of bigotry that doesn’t even recognize in Jews’ rights to defend themselves, the message basically is that if you are an Israeli Jew, you simply deserve to die -by default- and if/when you resist, you are a “racist.” An underline message that is common to all those anti-Israel organizations that, though publicly, claim to “care” for the Palestinian-Arabs.
The political motivated left in Israel says, said some outrageous things in order to ‘win’ symbolic [and beyond] politics.
They make sure to use the “racism” slur at each right wing step it takes to deter it from advancing.
Preying on the weakness of the sensitivity to the charge, the Jewish people feel about – probably more than any other nation – the very victim of racism (most recent WW2’s Nazis and the Arab-Islamic leaders like the Mufti of Palestine that joined them) they managed to use it or rather abuse it to advance their lefty ideology on the back of super-guilt ridden Jews, all the while successfully suppressing the real racism going on in the past and in the present, Arab racism that is, from outside or from inside Israel.
Try this, perform a search in Haaretz for ‘Arab racism’ see what comes up, if not the exact opposite, How come?
Why is an Arab on Jews attack described as [if at all] a “disturbance” or a “nationalist” incident and not ‘Anti-Jewish racism’ when selectively aiming at Jews only, yet, if anti-Jewish feelings and acts motivate a Jew to manage in voicing concern, it’s then when the Jewish victim is depict as a “racist?”
The sad thing is, Haaretz writers and the like, never learned that exaggerated use of outrageous terminology does more of a serious damage than one might assume, and long after they might have forgotten about their political motivated hype language at a ‘heated moment,’ its disastrous effect continue to be deep and long in the nation’s psyche, precisely because it uses the concept of intolerance, which Jews are so fiery against.
Can one really not able to understand a sincere parent in an ‘under-constant-threat-country’ Israel who’s genuinely worried about the safety of the family? Is awareness, caring and responsibility all of a sudden now “racism?”
As goes the above factors and “racism pushers” as I like to call them, so does the overall tension.
The conclusive point is that the anxiety that Israeli Jews feel from a hostile intolerant Arab world that has fought to annihilate it and still can’t seem to recognize this “stranger’ in their midst, is only growing, add to that the behavior of Arabs inside Israel and to top it all with the Israeli- “Jewish” anti-Israel leftists‘-extremists such as ‘Haaretz.’
Analysis: Haaretz ‘Apartheid’ Survey is False and Biased
Journalistic Sham: Haaretz Acknowledges Misleading ‘Apartheid’ Survey Report
OCTOBER 30, 2012
Tom Nisani / Tazpit News Agency
A recent survey presented by “Haaretz” newspaper claimed that the majority of Jews in Israel advocate the establishment of an apartheid regime, and further claimed that most Israelis believe that currently there are areas in the Jewish state in which apartheid measures are already exercised… Journalistic Sham: Haaretz Acknowledges False ‘Apartheid’ Survey … Gideon Levi, has long been known for his unreliability for writing the truth …
Ha’aretz’s Apartheid Campaign Against Israel | CiF Watch
28 Oct 2012 – While Ha’aretz might have been perceived as a serious and reliable inside source of news about Israel, it is becoming increasingly clear that it …
Haaretz Falsely Portrays Israeli-Jews as Racist › Recent Events › Media Hate
Israeli newspaper Haaretz drastically skewed the results of a survey and falsely portrayed Israeli-Jews as racists and as supporters of apartheid.These false survey findings were picked up by news outlets around the world.
Gideon Levy of Haaretz – who is known for exhibiting bias and falsely accusing Israel – reported the findings of a Haaretz survey that asked Israeli-Jews about their opinions of Israel’s policies toward the Palestinians. Presspectiva, an Israeli media watchdog, investigated the survey’s findings and found that Levy reported the results in a misleading fashion and even lied about what survey participants said.
For example, the survey asked participants about their opinions on allowing the 2.5 million Palestinians in the West Bank to vote in Israeli elections if Israel were to annex the West Bank. Levy reported that 69 percent of respondents oppose Palestinians voting in Israeli elections, and thus concluded that “most of the Jewish public in Israel supports the establishment of an apartheid regime in Israel if it formally annexes the West Bank.” However, as The Algemeiner discusses, this is very misleading, as Levy leaves out the fact that most Israelis oppose annexing the West Bank.
Levy also claims that 74 percent of Israeli-Jews support separate roads for Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank, which is also misleading. As Honest Reporting points out, only 24 percent of respondents view these separate roads as “good,” while 50 percent view them as “necessary.”
Levy also fails to mention that Israeli-Arab citizens may use these roads as they please; the roads are only separated based off citizenship, meaning only non-citizens must use separate roads. He also never mentions the fact that these separate roads exist because Palestinian terrorists fired on Israeli citizens when the roads were shared.
Gideon Levy and Haaretz reported the findings of their survey by distorting the facts and falsely accusing Israeli-Jews. These false findings have been picked up by media outlets around the world, giving anti-Semites and biased critics of Israel more fuel to demonize the Jewish state and the Jewish people.

Racist Islamic Turkey’s genocide of about 4 Million

October 30, 2012

Racist Islamic (“moderate”) Turkey massacred around 4 million – since its 1920s formation

Who on earth is racist-Islamic Turkey to “intervene” for guilty Palestinian Arabs? Turkey massacred over 3.5 million [] Christians (Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks as an anti Christian Jihad and as a racist fascist Turkification) and around 360,000 Kurds. ( 250,000 in 1925-8 [] 70,000 in Dersim massacre 1937-8 []; 40,000 since 1984 [http:://]).

Islamic Turkey killed some 360,000 since its formation in the 1920s

October 29, 2012
Turkey killed some 360,000 Kurds
1925-8 = 250,000:
Minority Rights Group report – Issues 20-30 – Page 68
Minority Rights Group
modernise Turkish society upset traditionalists, including the Kurds, many of whom revolted in 1925. … Kurdish sources claim that the Turks massacred 250,000 Kurds during the campaigns of 1925-26,18 among them Shaikh Said, the revolt’s …
The state of war and peace atlas – Page 41
Dan Smith, Kristin Ingstad Sandberg, Pavel Baev – Penguin, Feb 20, 1997 – Political Science – 128 pages
An updated reference includes brilliantly colored maps that graphically illuminate the causes and consequences of modern conflict, depicting the devastation experienced in war-torn areas and charting the expense in lives and dollars of working towards peace.
1990s TURKEY From 1980, as war escalates, Turkey depopulates guerrilla areas to deny popular support to PKK 1925 Turkish troops crush Kurdish uprising killing 250,000 ‘A PKK SYRIA Arbil Hawler ‘no fiyzone’policed by France, Turkey, …
Al-Ahram Weekly | Turkish Kurdistan: The extinction of a forgotten people‎ 12, 1998
By Reda Hilal
Kurds at Diyarbakir still recall with bitterness today the massacres committed by Ataturk’s new-born republic in 1925 in the town of Dirsim, which is now known as Tongli. A Kurdish rebellion led by Sheikh Said Al-Kurdi broke out, and the Turkish army burned hundreds of Kurdish villages, killing at least 250,000 people. The leaders of the rebellion, including Sheikh Said, were executed and their bodies left hanging in public for many days to scare the Kurdish population. By the time of Ataturk’s death in 1938, at least 1 million Kurds had been displaced from their homes and towns and moved to the Anatolia region of western Turkey.
Diyarbakir – LookLex Encyclopaedia
1925: A Kurdish rebellion is crushed by Turkish troops. Between 40,000 and 250,000 Kurds of the region are killed in reprisals in the following years.
Freedom for Ocalan, Political status for Kurds: London demonstration
Written on February 14, 2012 by Editor in Events, Kurdistan, PKK, Turkey, UK
Date and time: Wednesday 15th February 2012 – 1pm
Start Point: Halkevi Kurdish Turkish Community Centre 31-33 Dalston Lane E8 3DF
End Point: Amnesty International
The fate of the Kurdish people in Turkey has become intertwined with the fate of Mr. Ocalan. Since its inception in 1923 the Turkish state has not accepted the existence of the Kurdish people and massacred over 250,000 Kurds; and also denied their right to representation and a leader. All Kurdish leaders have either been executed, murdered or imprisoned. This is why the freedom of Mr. Ocalan is a prerequisite for a political and peaceful solution to the Kurdish question. As well as being regarded by millions of Kurds and the Kurdistan Freedom Movement as their leader, Mr. Ocalan is also the most important interlocutor for negotiations. The Turkish state has accepted this in recent years and met with Mr. Ocalan to develop a road map for a solution. However the AKP government has refused to sign the protocols drawn up by Mr. Ocalan and have punished him by exacerbating his isolation. Without Mr. Ocalan’s freedom the war between Kurdish people and Turkish state will continue claiming the lives of thousands of people and deepen the divide between Kurds and Turks.

1937-8: = 70,000 (Dersim)
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To the Attention of Press and Public “DERSĐM ‘38 CONFERANCE“
European Parliament
It’s the 70th anniversary of the Dersim Genocide. Although 70 years have passed since the genocide by the Turkish Government in Dersim in 1937-38, this massacre has never been forgotten nor will it be forgotten as the culprits have not been brought out into light.
Dersim massacre started with the Turkish Republic regime presenting Dersim as a target by stating “Dersim is a ‘Pandora’s Box’”.
First by means that aren’t very common the name of Dersim was changed to ‘Tunceli in 1935.
In order to carry out this massacre, the Council of Ministers came together in Ankara on 4 May 1937 and formed ‘Tunceli Questioning Operation’ Council of Ministers and signed the half a page document classed as “Top Secret” which was the order for the Dersim massacre.
According to the official figures 12 thousand people were massacred in the Dersim Genocide. According to the people of Dersim 70 thousand people were massacred. After this atrocious act thousand of people were banished from their homeland.
On 16 November 1937, Seyit Riza who was one of the Kurdish leaders and seven of his comrades were hanged in Elazığ. Despite all attempts by the families, the grave sites of Seyit Riza and his comrades still haven’t been disclosed.
Dersim Genocide is not the only genocide the Republican Turkey has committed towards Kurds and Alevis. During the reign of the Ottoman emperor Ahmet I. between 9 December 1606 and 5 August 1611, the “fire wells” of ‘Murat Pasha the Well digger’ who had murdered almost 100 thousand Kurdish Kizilbash Alevis, are still remembered by many. The problem Yavuz Sultan Selim couldn’t solve in 1514 by murdering 40 thousand people by sword was attempted to be solved during 1935- 1938 in Dersim once again by a massacre.
The 1938 tragedy has not only left behind the dead, the wounded and banishments, it has left behind a depopulated region whose name and all presence has been banned. The Dersim Kurds has faced a planned, systematic genocide and an extremely cruel assimilation process because of their; identity, language, culture and religious beliefs.
The “one language and one nation” policy of the Republic of Turkey that continues in today’s society as been the source of serious massacres first in Kocgiri, then at Seyh Said Revolt, at Zilan and at Dersim.
During the Dersim Genocide the Turkish government has massacred thousands of people, those who survived were banished,
Dersim massacre monument to open next month
A monument built to commemorate the victims of the Dersim massacre, which started in 1937, is set to open on Nov. 17 in Mazgirt in the eastern province of Tunceli.
An alleged rebellion in Dersim, the old name for Tunceli, was led by Seyit Rıza, the chief of a Zaza tribe in the region. The government at the time, led by former Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader İsmet İnönü, responded with air strikes and other violent methods of suppression, killing thousands of people.
The massacre took place in five different spots in Mazgirt. The victims’ bodies were left in place, not buried. Not until the incidents ended in 1938 were some of the bodies buried in graves by the survivors.
Years after the bloody incident, due to feelings of unease after the revelation that bones from the incident were scattered in parts of the district and that the victims did not have a decent graveyard, the residents of Mazgirt proposed to Mazgirt Mayor Tekin Türkel that a monument should be constructed in memory of the murdered people. Türkel responded affirmatively and took the issue to the municipal council. The council approved the proposal, which also received support from many others who are originally from Dersim but who now live elsewhere.
The construction of the monument was financed by Tunceli businesspeople Özer Özgen and Kadrile Akçelik Özgen, while its architect is Dara Kırmızı Toprak.
In remarks to the press, Mayor Türkel said it was intentional that the timing for the opening coincided with the date of Seyit Rıza’s death. He added that political parties represented in Parliament, with the exception of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), as well as delegates from the European Parliament have been invited to the opening ceremony.
It is estimated that as many as 70,000 Kurdish Alevis were killed in Dersim between 1937 and 1938. According to the official figures, 13,806 people were killed, and 12,000 people were exiled.
Since 1984 = 40,000:
Clashes between Turkish Army, Kurdish militants kill 8 – GMA Network › GMA News Online › News › World
15 Oct 2012 – Turkish security forces killed six Kurdish militants in gun battles in southeastern … More than 40,000 people have been killed in the conflict.
Fighting in Turkey kills soldier, 3 Kurdish militants | World | Reuters › Home › News › World
23 Sep 2012 – The PKK took up arms against the Turkish state in 1984 to establish an ethnic homeland. More than 40,000 people, mainly Kurds, have died in …
BBC News – Turkey blast ‘kills seven’ in Tunceli
25 Sep 2012 – Fighting between Turkish troops and the PKK – the Kurdistan Workers’ … military and the PKK which in total has killed more than 40,000 people.

Anti-European, anti-American Arab Jihad, 1947, “Palestine”

October 24, 2012

Anti-European, anti-American JIHAD in 1947 (Sep. 27 & October 12/13

First, the Swedish Consulate was attacked in Sep. Then the Polish Consulate on Oct. 12 as well as the US Consulate General in Jerusalem was bombed shortly after.
All perpetrated by Islamic-Arabs’ underground ‘JIHAD’, as a “holy war” against Europeans and Americans (Western powers) and against Jews.


The CIA under Harry Truman – United States. Central Intelligence Agency, Michael Warner, Center for the Study of Intelligence (U.S.). History Staff, 1994, 473 pp.
[p. 147]

The partition of Palestine, as proposed to the United Nations, satisfies minimum Zionist demands, but will be bitterly resisted by the Arabs.
Its adoption and implementation would precipitate Arab armed resistance possibly assuming the proportions of a Holy War against Europeans and Americans as well as Jews. The Arab governments could not control this popular reaction; they would be coerced by it, supplanted by governments responsive to the popular will. [pp. 154-5]
At the conference of the Political Committee of the Arab League in October 1947 it is significant that the Mufti, as Chairman of the Arab Higher Committee. played a leading role. Although the Arab Higher Committee and the Arab League. have differed as to the advisability of testifying before UNSCOP, the members of the League are in complete accord over the injustice of partition to the Palestinian Arabs…

(2) Religious Pressure.

The Arab governments are probably as greatly influenced by religious pressures as they are by nationalist pressures. The Arabs are capable of areligious fanaticism which when coupled with political aspirations is an extremely powerful force. Whether or not the Arab governments are capable of guiding this force is difficult to judge. It is very possible that certain religious organizations will take the initiative in organizing Arab resistance in Palestine. 

The Ikhwan al Muslimin (Moslem Brotherhood), with headquarters in Egypt, is an organization of young Moslems founded for the purpose of orienting Arab society in accordance with Islamic ideologies. Branches of the Ikhwan have been formed in Syria and Lebanon, and one of the most active branches is in Palestine. The Ikhwan regards Westernization as a dangerous threat to Islam and would oppose any political encroachment of Zionism on Palestine with religious fanaticism. Should a “Jihad,” or Holy War, be declared, the Ikhwan would be the Spearhead of any “crusade.” 
The Grand Mufti, as head of the Moslem Supreme Council, can count on the unanimous support of all members of the Ikhwan, who are assured of entrance into Paradise if they die on the ñeld of battle

(3) Tribal Pressure. 

The tribes of the Arab countries are a powerful element in the political and military pattern of the Middle East. The tribe is a group of related families under the leadership of a chief (sheikh) which may be joined in a confederacy with other tribes under a paramount sheikh The economic basis of tribal life is pastoral nomadism involving periodic migrations to seek pasturage for camels, sheep, and horses. The nomad (Beduin) population of Iraq, Syria, Transjordan, and Saudi Arabia has been estimated at 2,500,000. 

The conditions of Beduin life have developed a hardy type of fighting man, not only imbued with a warilke tradition (,FONT COLOR=RED>combining religious fanaticism with an enthusiastic devotion to looting, plundering, and raiding) but also trained in the use of small arms and the methods of desert warfare. 

Large stipends have been paid annually to the tribes of the Near East by whatever power wished to have their support, whether that power was British, French, or the local Arab government. Since the Arab governments now pay the stipends, they could rely on the tribes within their regions. The tribes would doubtless join the crusade, not only for reasons of Arab patriotism but also for plunder, the assurance of additional stipends, and the thrill of battle. The Syrian Defense Minister stated on 9 October that as the Arabs marched into Palestine they “would be buttressed by 100,000 1oot­seeking Beduin described as ‘mine fodder’.” 

The dramatic meeting of 500 Kurdish and Arab tribal sheikhs at Hílla in Iraq in October passed a resolution for a Holy War to defend Palestine. Although Prime Minister Saleh Jabr took the initiative in organizing this meeting, it is significant that the Arab and Kurdish leaders (many of whom are hostile to each other) consented to meet and to agree to a common program.

[p. 158]
The Bludan Conference of 1946 established a course of procedure* to be followed by the Arab states in the event that the recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee should be implemented.
Following the publication of the UNSCOP report and the speech of Secretary Marshall before UNGA, the Arab League Political Committee met and decided in general terms to apply the Bludan recommendations if partition were voted by the UN.
However, in the discussions on the manner in which these recommendations should be applied, there was considerable disagreement in the Political Committee. Some of the Arab governments refused to consider a break in diplomatic relations with the Western powers, and others refused to cancel oil concessions. Nevertheless, there is complete unanimity among the Arab states as regards aim.
They are all unalterably opposed to the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine. Whether or not they now agree on retaliatory measures against the US is beside the point; in time US interests will be seriously affected, if not by the decisions of the Arab governments, certainly by instability and hostility which will inevitably be aroused in the Arab world.
The bombing of the American Consulate General in Jerusalem on 13 October is evidence of the Arab resentment against US support of the majority plan.  This action was reported to have been taken by the newly formed Arab terrorist group which calls itself “the Jihad.” Whatever the official position of the Arab governments may be, the attacks on US property, installations, and personell by irresponsible groups or…
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28 November 1947

October 13, 1947 A terrorist bomb damaged the US. consulate general in Jerusalem, injuring two employees slightly. Similar bombings occurred at the Polish consulate general last night and at the Swedish consulate on September 27.

Page 21, Lowell Sun, October 13, 1947: 
ARABS BLAMED FOR U.S CONSULATE BOMBING Two Employees Injured in Jerusalem …

The Daily Independent, October 13, 1947 : Front Page …
… U S JERUSALEM Got A bomb exploded in the compound of the United States Consulate in Jerusalem today slightly injuring two employes and police blamed it on the Arab underground organization Jihad…

Syracuse Herald Journal, October 13, 1947 : Front Page …
Check out Page 1 of Syracuse Herald Journal from October 13, 1947. … indicating further attacks were feared IT WAS the third consulate bombing blamed on the Jihad Besides the Polish and US the Swedish Consulate has been bombed …


A bomb exploded in the compound of the United States consulate in Jerusalem today, slightly injuring two employees, and police blamed it on the Arab underground organization, Jihad.

As the bomb exploded, more than 2,000 Arabs of the Syrian-Lebanese armies, including armored units, were reported to be maneuvering along the northern border of Palestine.  The Jewish defense army Hagana alerted its men as far south as the center of Palestine.

Police suspected the Jihad bombed the U.S. consulate in reprisal for the United States announcment of its support on Saturday of a proposal before the United Nations to partition Palestine into Arab and Jewish states.

It was the third consulate bombing blamed on the Jihad.  Besides the Polish and U.S. consulates, the Swedish consulate also has been bombed.  A Swede was chairman of the committee that recommended Palestine’s partition in a majority report.

A few windows also were broken in the U.S consulate and the consul-general’s dining room was slightly damaged.  The two injured employees were cut by pieces of flying glass.

The guard around the U.S. consulate had been reinforced recently and police said they did not understand how the bombers got through.  They suspected, however, that the Arabs entered the compound of the consulate over Julian’s Way, a road which runs behind the building.

The bomb went off about 10 feet from the entrance to the consulate.  The circumstances were almsost identical with those in the bombing of the Polish consulate.

The Syrian-Lebanese forces, part of the seven-nation Arab army the Arab League had threatened to throw against the Jews, were so close to the frontier that Palestinians could see their campfires twinkling across the desert all night.  A United Press correspondant at one border town saw ground forces maneuvering.

Although the Hagana, which claims to have a total of 75,000 Jews enrolled, alerted its followers, it evidently was not deeply impressed.

Official Syrian and Lebanese sources said Friday that those nations had sent a total of 25,000 troops to the northern frontier.  There were no reports from anywhere in Palestine today that more than one-tenth of that number were up to the frontier.

The Jewish Irgun Zvai Leumi, which reportedly has 10,000 men, announced that it was ready to call off its feud with Hagana and join a common defense army, if Hagana started general recruiting to meet the emergency.

Polish Consulate in Jerusalem Bombed;seen As Arab Reply to Pro-jewish Stand at U.N.
October 13, 1947 
Jerusalem, Oct. 12 (JTA) –
The Polish Consulate here was bombed today in what was thought to be an Arab reply to the pro-Jewish statement made at the U.N. this week by the Polish delegation. The blast caused slight damage and no casualties.

A few minutes later another explosion was heard in the Rehavia quarter. Police said later that a grenade had been thrown at an armored patrol car. Armed guards are stationed around the U.S. Consulate, which is a logical target for attacks. The Swedish Consulate was bomed earlier this month, apparently in retaliation for the fact that Judge Emil Sandstroem was chairman of UNSCOP.

Meanwhile, leaders of the Jewish community, who have been heartened by the U.S. position, were engaged this week-end in working out a wind-up statement at the U.N. and in girding for internal defense. The Agency met today to discuss both these questions, but no statement was issued.

The Jewish National Council again called on the Yishuv to be ready to meet any possible disorders, at the same time that it appealed to the Arabs for peace. The secretariats of the Palestine Labor Party and the Histadruth also issued “mobilization orders.” The Labor Party held a special conference to map new security precautions and to discuss the steps that will have to be taken prior to Britain’s withdrawal.

Persistent reports from the Arab League council meeting in Lebanon that a provisional government for Palestine had been set up, composed mainly of members of the Palestine Arab Higher Executive, said that its composition would be announced within a few days. The reports say the “government” has already appointed district commanders to take over when the British leave.

It is learned, meanwhile, that two British battalions in Galilee will soon be withdrawn, one to Affuleh, the other to Tiberias, which are now garrisoned by units of the Arab Legion.

Since there have been clashes between settlers in Galilee and legionnaires, the Haganah has reinforced its security provisions in Galilee. However, a Haganah source insisted today that these steps were not taken with a view to meeting a possible border attack, because it is believed accounts of Arab troops from Syria, Lebanon and Egypt moving against Palestine are exaggerated out of all proportion to the facts, although reports tonight said that some Syrian units had arrived on Palestine’s northern border.

(A Foreign Office spokesman declared yesterday in London that if a threat of war developed in Palestine, Britain might consider placing the matter before the United Nations, but added that no such threat had developed. Asked whether, in the event of an armed conflict, Britain would halt the delivery of arms to Iraq, Egypt and Transjordan under the treaties of alliance made with these states, the spokesman replied Britain might consider that possibility.)

U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem Bombed; Two Employees Injured, Damage to Property Slight
October 14, 1947 
Jerusalem, Oct. 13 (JTA) – The United States consulate in Jerusalem was bombed today in what was thought to be an Arab reply to the pro-partition statement made at Lake Success on Saturday by U.S. delegate Herschel Johnson. 

The blast slightly injured two mail-room employees–Ethel Delevi of Boston and Miriam Pilpel, a Palestinian–and damaged a car in the consulate courtyard. A door leading from the courtyard was blown in and the hallway littered with plaster. 

When the explosion occurred, Consul Robert MacAtee was conferring with the High Commissioner on measures to safeguard the consulate. He rushed from Government House to the scene of the blast. Later, he met with high police officers to plan further security precautions. An armed guard has been stationed around the consulate for the past few days. 

An official visit to Baghdad by a Congressional sub-committee has been cancelled as a result of the Iraq Government’s displeasure at the stand taken by the U.S. delegate on the UNSCOP report, according to dispatches reaching here from that capital. Receptions by the government and the U.S. Embassy had been scheduled.

Islamic jihad massacres – hate crimes en-masse

October 4, 2012

Islamic Jihad massacres, as hate crimes en-masse

Every Islamic terror act, anywhere, is a clear cut case of intolerance. It is always against the “other.”

True, by Islamic Jihad any infidel targets are fair-game. It’s just that some groups are easier targets than others, as “justification” are aided by propaganda, often backed by some radical liberals in the West. Such are many Muslim aggressors posing as “victims.” For instance, those Arab immigrants’ grandchildren, invaders in Jews’ Israel/Palestine who go by the title “Palestinians,” while some in the West really buy the notion that these mass-murderers (who hide behind civilians, to bring about casualties, to be used as trophies) are just about “Palestine-Arab-State,” ignoring or unaware of their real ethnic cleansing aims from the entire Holy Land.

Ethno-religious hatred classics:

Arab supremacy –derived from Koran, Koranic spirit and themes– especially resulting in enslaving Africans and Asians in the Arab world (often having the “inferior” non-Arabs as ‘sex-slaves’ as well) and the genocide in the Sudan (of already 3.5 million, since the 1950s) by a classic combination of Arab racism and Islamic Jihad. The same diabolical combination that “founded” (in the 1920s) the Arab Vs Israel “conflict,” by infamous Mufti who collaborated with the ultimate ‘racists’ – the WW2 Hitler/Nazis. Ever since, the ‘holy war’ against the Jews in the land has always been under the dual slogan of Allah Akbar and Itbach al-Yahud (AKA genocide). Leaving also behind, an inspired legacy of decades (and current) of ugly Nazi style cartoons in the hateful Arab press.

The Armenian Genocide 1915-23, was both: Turkish ethnic supremacy and an overall holy war against Christians. The same goes to Turkish anti-Greek and anti-Assyrian genocide. Totaling a combined 2.7 million Christian victims.

Ethno-Religious Moro-Muslims VS Philippines’ natives.

Ethno-Religious Malay-Muslims VS Thai natives.

Ethno-Religious Islamic-Hausa-Fulani VS Igbo Christians in Biafra Nigeria – 1960s-70s (3 million dead).
Current (2011-13) Boko Haram Islamic mass-murder campaign in that country, deepens the Ethno-Religious divide.

Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam Black-Muslim supremacy’s anti-White racism is deeply woven with radical Islamic vision. So were its linked Zebra murders in the 1970s and the Beltway snipers shootings in 2002.

Ethno-Religious “pure-Muslim” Pakistani VS Bangladeshi (regarded as the impure) genocide – 1971 (3 million dead).

Ethno-Religious “Palestinian” and Lebanese Muslims VS Christian Natives Maronites in Lebanon. 1970s-2000 (at least 100,000 victims).

Iran-Iraq war – 1980s (a million victims – at least). Racism (Arab supremacy vs Aryan-Iranians) and “we are the true Muslims” motivation, on both sides.

Pakistani Sunnis and Shiites VS Ethno-Religious Ahmadis, resulting in mass violence. So is rampant anti-Ahmadi bigotry among “Palestinian” Arabs.

Ethno-Religious Muslim-Uighur VS Han native Chinese. Terror attacks (not just against government but against ordinary Chinese too) recorded.

Ethno-Religious Indonesian Muslims VS Chinese (especially in the late ’90s, mass rape and murder); Vs native Papuans (100,000 dead); Vs native Catholics in E. Timor (1975-99, resulting in 200,000 victims).

One of the ardent supporters and admirers of Osama bin Laden, who celebrated 9/11 massacre, the pan-Arab, pan-Islamic AEL (Arab European League) founded by Arab Lebanese, former Hezbollah D. A. Jahjah, has been accused of inciting racism and violence in Belgium.

Ever since the bloody ‘Islamic theme of al-Aqsa’ intifada erupted (2000), Jews in Europe have been even an easier target to Islamic anti-Semitism, physical attacks and attempted ethnic cleansing. Such as by Arab/African Muslims in France; by Turkish/Iranian Muslims in Germany; by Arab-Muslims in the Benelux, Sweden and Norway. The kidnappers and torturers to death of Ilan Halimi to the sound of reciting the Koran (Paris, 2006) –for instance– were inspired by Hamas literature.
The (2012) Toulouse school massacre by Mohamed Merah of the Islamic hate group ‘Forsane Alizza,’ (NYT reported Jan/23/12, that its site was laced with hate posting, it typically claimed to be “fighting Islamophobia,” and the DailyTelegraph reported Mar/23/12, that in Jan/12, “Forsane Alizza was banned in France for inciting racial hatred,”) made sure to mention those “Palestinians.”
Likewise, Arabs in Latin America, have been targeting Jews.

The Pakistani Jihadi Lashkar-e-Taiba (“Army of the Pure”) in Mumbai (2008), aided by the ISI (Pakistan Spy Agency) specifically targeted Whites, and even more so the Jews.

Ethno-Religious Arab-Muslims VS native Coptic-Christians in Egypt, hate crimes still going on…

Ethno-Religious (mostly separated by origin/ethnicity as well) Shiite VS Sunnis, and vice versa in Iraq (Zarqawi argued that ‘Shia were more dangerous than the “Zionists and Crusaders,”‘ Egyptian Cleric said -Mar/09- “Shiites are worse than Jews,”) and in Pakistan.
Sunni Vs Alawites, Syria (al-Qaeda cleric’s Fatwa -Jul/12- calls Alawites, “greater infidels than the Christians and Jews”).
Bloodshed going on, full force.
A study about 2011 worldwide terror attacks -for example- found 70% of the (over 12,000) killings were perpetrated by Sunni Muslims. That includes: al-Qaeda, Taliban, and others.

Last point but not least: most “conflicts” and bloodshed around the globe today ARE correlated to Islamism.

ICON OF EVIL: IslamoNazi Mufti al-Husseini

September 30, 2012

ICON OF EVIL: Islamo Nazi pan-Arab pan-Islam leader, the MUFTI, al Husseini

  • Number 1 Islamo-Arab leader
    Supreme Islam leader in palestine, Haj Amin al-Husseini Grand Mufti, pan-Arab, pan-Islam leader[1][2][3][4]:

  • Islamized Nazism
    Leading scholar J. Herf: “the Mufti played a central role in the cultural fusion of European with Islamic traditions… He was one of the few who had mastered the ideological themes and nuances of fascism and Nazism, as well as the anti-Jewish elements within the Koran and its subsequent commentaries.”[5] Noted writer B. Lewis: … he aimed at much vaster purposes, conceived not so much in pan-Arab as in pan-Islamic terms, for a Holy War of Islam in alliance with Germany against world Jewry, to accomplish the final solution of the Jewish problem.[6]Author P. Berman uses historical sources archival records that have been published only in the past year, he shows how al-Banna funded the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin al-Husseini, “Adolf Hitler’s most prolix and prominent champion in the Arab world”. Al-Husseini drew from Nazism and the Koran to create Islamic fascism, which he broadcast ad nauseam over the radio on the Voice of Free Arabism. And these poisonous texts found their way into the writings of the Muslim Brotherhood.[7] On 4 October 1944, in his radio speech, the mufti asserted that “as far as fighting against Jewry, Islam and National Socialism have moved very close to one another.” From Islamists’ praises: On 12 June 1946, the paper Al Kutla welcomed Husseini “in the field of Jihad.” On 30 June 1946, the Muslim Brotherhood paper Al Ikhwan Al Muslimin said of Husseini, “The Arab hero and symbol of Al Jihad and patience and struggle is here in Egypt.”[8]

  • Assisted in genocide
    Al-Husseini together with his aid and henchman A. Shukairy[9] aided Eichmann on his extermination program.[10]

  • “Father” of the Arab-Israeli conflict / “father” of radicalism
    The Mufti also “founded” the entire Arab-Israeli conflict,[11] appropreiately termed the “father” of Palestinian radicalism,[12] motivated by sheer bigotry, whose hatred of Jews was both religious and racial,[13] radical Islamic judeophobia[14] and ethnic racism[15] as an extremist Arab racist[16] supremacist. Since the early 1920s he had sought to rouse the mass of believers by falsely claiming that the Jews intended to take over al-Haram al- Sharif (the Temple Mount area) in order to rebuild Solomon’s Temple on the ruins of the great mosques. He had called on Muslim leaders throughout the world to rally to the defense of the holy places of Islam… Haj Amin created the basis for a more popular national movement in the 1930s that succeeded in bringing the Palestinian cause into the forefront of pan-Islamic and pan-Arab concerns… [17]

  • Jerusalem?
    In order to agitate for violence, he evoked a “link” of (Jews’ hitsoric) Jerusalem to Muslims, after a long history of sinking into oblivion,[18] and abandoned by the Muslim population.[19]

  • 1918: ‘Only the sword…’
    Already in 1918, he set forth his ‘vision.’ “… the Zionists, will be massacred to the last man. We want no progress, no prosperity. Nothing but the sword will decide the future of this country.”[20][21]

  • Violence: 1920 & on
    Incited to bloody violence since at least 1920.[22] The following year, in May 1921, another series of anti-Jewish riots in Jafa, Hadera, Rehovot, Petach Tikveh and Kfar Saba resulted in the deaths of nearly 100 people.[23] The Arab demonstrators shouted incendiary slogans such as “Palestine is our land and the Jews our dogs.” They clearly made no practical distinction between indigenous Sephardic or ultra-Orthodox Jews from the old Jerusalem community[24] Indeed, (long before the Arabs’ deep loss of the 1967 Six-Day war, where they mark the beginning of a so-called “Occupation,”) from 1920 to 1966, Arab terrorists murdered 1513 Jewish residents of British Mandatory Palestine.[25]Al-Husseini had used his authority as Grand Mufti and as head of the council in the 1920s and 1930s to issue fatwas agaisnt the British and the Jews… as well as against moderate fellow Arabs. Upon becoming Grand Mufti in 1921, al-Husseini declared a fatwa of Jihad against the Palestinian Jewish settlers and simultaneously declared that all Muslims who maintained friendly relations with the Jews were to be considered as infidels, an enduring conviction in many quarters to this day.[26]

  • 1929 Hebron massacre
    He ignited,[27] through “provocative speeches,”[28] the massacre in Hebron 1929, which put an end to the ancient Jewish community in Hebron, massacring dozens; people were set on fire with kerosene, tortured to death, castrated, and raped.[29] On August 24, after Arabs had killed Jews in the Old City, 65 Jews were killed in Hebron. In all, between August 23 and August 26, 133 Jews were killed, 399 wounded and 6 Jewish colonies destroyed.[30] He called: “Kill the Jews wherever you find them, this pleases Allah.”[31] It raised the issue: how Arabs were incited to violence during Friday afternoon worship in their mosques… the concept of jihad and the 72 virgins a Muslim allegedly receives if he dies as a martyr.[32]

  • 1931 – with Muft’s collaboration, his cousin[33] Abd al-Qadir founds the ‘Holy War Organization’ / Sacred Holy War [“munazzamat al-jihad al-muqaddas”].
    [34] It operates against the Jews and the British.[35]

  • Dec. 1931, Mufti organizes pan-Islamic conference.[36] Representatives were a mixture of fascists and Islamists.[37] He forges an alliance with Muslim Bosnian official which will help them both, later on, in WW2, to commit crimes for the Nazis.[38]

  • 1933 Hitler just rose – Mufti already cheers/supports
    Merely within weeks of Hitler’s accession to power, the Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, approached the German consul-general in Jerusalem, Dr. Heinrich Wolff, and offered his services.[39] It was on March 31, 1933, the Mufti declared his supoort on behalf of Muslims everywhere, saying: ‘Muslims inside and outside Palestine welcome the new regime in Germany and hope for the spread of fascist, antidemocratic. governmental system to other countries.’[40]

  • Muslim Brotherhood
    In 1935, the Mufti met al-Banna’s brother Abd-al-Rahman on behalf of al-Banna[41] in Jerusalem; subsequent to that meeting, the Mufti arranged for the Brotherhood to receive funding from the Nazis.[42] The Muslim Brotherhood’s al-Banna collaborated with the Nazis which he was jailed for.[43] The Brotherhood had the ‘Mein Kampf’ translated into Arabic.[44] Al-Banna established a youth movement whose military and physical attributes resembled those of the Nazi youth organisations, demanding absolute obedience to their leader, and declaring their willingness to use force in pursuit of the Brotherhood’s goals. His Special Apparatus was composed of members who were ‘prepared spiritually and physically to engage in jihad for the mission’.[45]

  • Arab Nazi Party
    The Mufti was establishing youth groups in Palestine, and inspired/helped Jamal Husseini’s –1935– founding of the Arab Nazi Party through the ‘Palestinian Arab Party.’ By 1936 the Arab version of Hitler-youth recruited child soldiers for the sake of “Arabism” and for “Allah.”[46]

  • 1936-1939 riots
    Between 1936-1939, he was -again- behind bloody riots in Palestine, made possible with funds he received from the Nazis as an ally.[47]

  • Hitlerjugend
    1937: The Mufti organized the “Nazi Scouts,” based on the Hitler Youth.[48] comprising some 20,000 “child soldiers.”[49] They were called “Holy Jihad.”[50]

  • Another “Hitler”
    Termed in 1938: ‘the Hitler of the Near East.’[51]

  • Eiminating moderates
    While there were many moderates in the 1920s, who welcomed the Jewish newcomers returning to their ancient land and joining the local Jewish population, al-Husseini, however, through his violent bloody system of intimidation and assassinations, made “sure,” there are no moderate Arabs left by the end of the 1930s.[52] He personally ordered assassinations especialy between 1938-1941.[53]

  • Converting Nazis – Jamait-e-Muslimin
    In 1939, co-planned with the Nazis to convert 25,000 Germans into Islam, to be organized into a Moslem association – “Jamait-e-Muslimin.” They’d be sent out for propaganda.[54]

  • Rachid Ali coup – fatwa
    Was behind the pro-Hitler Coup d’etat of pan-Arabist Raschid Ali; called (May, 1941) for a “holy war”[55][56][57][58] against the British and in favor of the Nazis. So did much of the wider Muslim clergy in that country.[59]

  • Farhud
    Incited the Farhud pogrom June 1941 in Iraq,[60] Where 179 Jewish men, women, and children were killed; 242 children orphaned; 586 businesses looted…[61] A Nazi-style pogrom in Baghdad that set the stage for the devastation and expulsion of the Iraqi Jews and ultimately almost a million Jews across the Arab world.[62]

  • Meeting Hitler
    On Nov. 1941 he met A. Hitler.[63][64] In accordance with the Nazi “racial supremacy,” Arabs were considered just as inferior as Jews, Hitler regarded them as half-apes,[65][66] “and declined to shake the Mufti’s hand and refused to drink coffee with him.” They, nevertheless, found ‘common goal’ in their mutual anti-Jewish hatred.[67]

  • Arab Fuhrer
    Gained widespread acclaim as the ‘Fuhrer of the Arab world.’[68] or the ‘Arab Fuhrer.’[69]

  • Mufti: ‘Allah in heaven – Hitler on earth’
    [Since at least] 1942 – spread propaganda slogan: “In Heaven Allah, On Earth Hitler.”[70]

  • Einsatzgruppe – planned extermination of the Jews of Palestine
    1942: The planned extermination of the Jews living in Palestine… In 1941-42 Nazi Germany appeared to be invincible in North Africa… The Mufti had several meetings with Adolf Hitler. Nazi Germany also pledged to wipe out the Jews who had been living in Palestine since time immemorial as well as the new arrivals from the beginning of the modern Zionist movement in the nineteenth century and following the Balfour Declaration in 1917… A special unit was assembled and trained in Greece in the spring of 1942 by SD officer Walter Rauff, the originator of the gassing van experiments in Poland and the Soviet Union. They were to operate behind the lines with the help of those in the region who were eager to join the task force. After El Alamein, the Einsatzkommando shifted its operations to Tunisia, where it implemented cruel anti-Jewish policies for many months. Over 2,500 Tunisian Jews were to die in the camps set up by the Nazis and their collaborators.[71]

  • Free Arabia
    The Mufti organized the Arabisches Freiheitskorps.[72][73] In 1942, a few months after his arrival in Germany, Haj Amin started organizing an Axis-Arab Legion from among the Arab students in Germany, the Arab prisoners of war, and the emigres who had followed him to Germany. They wore the German uniform and had “Free Arabia” patches on their shoulders. This Arabisches Freiheitskorps was a part of the German Army and protected lines of communication in Macedonia. The legionnaires had been instrumental in ferreting out American and British parachutists landed in Yugoslavia, whom the local population was seeking to hide and protect from the Nazis. The Legion also served on the Russian front …[74][75]

  • Genocide for Allah!
    One of his infamous genocidal speeches -embedded with Islamic theme- was delivered on March 1, 1944: “Kill the Jews wherever you find them… this pleases Allah, history, and religion. This saves your honor. Allah is with you.”[76][77][78][79][80]

  • Prevented the saving of Jewish children from the gas chambers
    He, repeatedly[81] intervened to prevent the saving of thousands of children, destined to Palestine, from being burned in Auschwitz…[82][83]

  • Handschar – “holy warriors”
    Led -“spiritually”- in 1943-44 Muslim-Nazi divisions,[84][85][86][87] recruited a substantial numbers of Moslem Holy Warriors,[88] to commit “atrocities against Yugoslav Jews, Serbs and Gypsies.”[89] Included was a special unit of Muslims in Albania noted for its savagery.[90] Visiting these troops, he was frequently praying with them, exhorting them to fight for Allah.[91]

  • Visiting Auschwitz
    The Muslim leader visited Auschwitz[92][93] in 1944[94] and urged at the German Nazis to speed up the extermination[95][96]

  • Urged Nazis to bomb Palestine
    The “Grand Mufti has already repeatedly proposed bomb attacks on Tel Aviv and Jerusalem in order to injure Palestinian Jewry and for propaganda purposes in the Arab world,”[97][98][99] particularly “around November 2, 1943.” It was rejected by the Germans.[100]

  • Solidarity and admiration for Nazis’ ‘final solution’
    At the same time (Nov.’42), he delivered a speech stressing the common goals Nazis and Islamits have againts the Jews and praising the “solution” the Nazis found…[101][102][103][104] Incitement becomes increasingly more towards ‘extermination.’ such as on the radio station ‘Voice of Free Arabism’ (VFA). The hatred that drew on religious passion merged with Nazism’s modern racist rhetoric. Not just murder but calls for genocide were literally on the airwaves.[105]

  • Pan-Arab leader – through Nazis:
    The Mufti sought -through the Nazis- the establishment of a pan-Arab federation or state,[106] and was looked upon as the leader of the pan-Arab community in exile.[107]

  • Plot to poison 250,000 Jews in Palestine
    1944 – ‘Operation Atlas.’[108] Mufti plotted the poisoning of wells in Tel-Aviv,[109][110][111][112] “The laboratory report stated that each of the container held enough poison to kill 25,000 people, and there were at least ten containers.”[113][114]

  • Islamic Vatican?
    A possible “Islamic Vatican” headed by the Mufti was reported on June 1946.[115]

  • Shukairy justifies Holocaust
    In 1946, his (above mentioned) henchman (during his Nazi stay in Berlin), Ahmad Shukairy, justified Hitler’s slaughter of 6,000,000 Jews.[116]At the same time, Shukairy with (the Mufti’s relative[117]) Jamal Husseini who founded in 1935 the Arab version of the Hitlerjugend in Nazi Arab-Palestine,[118] have accepted the Mufti, as the ‘head of the Palestine Delegation,’ before the Arab League – Bludan Resolutions.[119]Shukairy would later be known for becoming PLO’s first chairman; for coining the genocidal slogan ‘throw the Jews into the sea.’[120] He’d invent a dreadful analogy to South Africa in a hate speech at the UN on October 17, 1961 (apartheid slur, after a strongly anti-Western speech),[121] and would shamelessly/openly identify himself with Nazi groups, in December 1962.[122][123][124][125]

  • Jihad – 1947
    In 1947 he called for a jihad for genocide on Jews, saying: “I declare a holy war, my Moslem brothers! Murder the Jews! Murder them all.”[126]

  • Holy Jihad Army
    In 1948, the Holy Jihad Army, was sponsored by the exiled mufti.[127] Together with the Higher Arab Committee he formed the Holy Jihad army and brought the Arab states into war against Israel. Those who didn’t join, were marked “traitors.”[128]

  • A “principal architect” of 1948 Arab refugees
    In 1948, he appealed to the Arabs in Palestine to evacuate…[129][130] Dubbed: “one of the principal architects of the Arab disasters of 1948 and 1949.”[131]

  • 1948 Mufti-Eichmann pogrom
    Together with his buddy Eichmann, he plotted the anti-Jewish pogrom in Egypt, 1948[132]

  • Dictator of Greater Arabia
    Still, in the 1950s, he was termed, the uncrowned dictator of Greater Arabia.[133]

  • Hate propaganda (1960s)
    Oversaw, in the 1960s, A. Shukairy’s ‘Palestine Delegation’ anti-Jewish hate propaganda, spreading its venom in the West.[134]


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The Arab Islamic “Palestinian” / Nazi massacre at 1972 Olympics, Munich

August 10, 2012

The Massacre in Munich Olympics – 1972



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Islamic Genocide (16 Million dead since 1915?)

June 12, 2012


Some of highlighted mass casualties by (political) Islam in course of the last century, from 1915 and on (updated June, 2012)

Of course, there’s also a very long list of many thousands of Islamic motivated attacks,[191] affecting: The US, Argentina, UK, France, Spain, Australia, India, Israel, Russia, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Chechnya, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Algeria, Pakistan, (example: 6,681 were killed in 2,782 terror attacks in 2011 alone[192]), Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Morocco, Yemen, Uzbekistan, Gaza, Tunisia, Mauritania, Kenya, Eritrea, Somalia, Nigeria, Sudan, Ethiopia, Mali, Tanzania, Chad, Tajikistan, China, Nepal, the Maldives, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Macedonia, etc.[193] Especially, the bloody last decade of [over] 19,000 Islamic terror attacks (between 2001-2012).[194] Some estimated at least 40,000 deaths by Islamists between Sep. 11, 2001-2010, alone.[195]


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Twisted CNN calls Muslim Brotherhood’s Abol Fotoh: an Islamist Moderate, his radicalism “hawkish”

May 24, 2012

Twisted CNN calls Muslim Brotherhood’s Abol Fotoh: an “Islamist moderate,” and his radicalism – “hawkish”.. Paul Cruickshank also glorifies Turkey’s Erdogan as some kind of a “model,” in the M.E.

“Abol Fotoh, Egypt’s next president?” –
By Paul Cruickshank, CNN, May 23, 2012

Oh well. Call any (anti infidel) jihadist, from now on, a “hawkish.” Suits well the creeping submission to Islamization trend. Huh?

So, the rise in anti-Copt persecution and calls of “Itbach al Yahud” –Kill all Jews, for Islam [Nov. 2011]– in the Muslim Brotherhood’s Christian Winter (Arab Spring) is a “moderate hawkish” thing, I guess.

What on earth is a “moderate islamist” anyway? Is there such a thing as a “moderate fascist”?
Have you all not read what the Muslim Brotherhood aspires to, an all out oppressive Islamic Caliphate (and they are “ready to go…”), a world ruled by radical Islam UBER ALLES?

And how is Turkey’s Erdogan a “model?”
Because he is of he Islamic party AKP, that pushes for more Islamization in “moderate’ Turkey, where anti-Christian sentiments rise?
Because he is tied to terror linked IHH, which its infamous “Flotilla” (2010) called for the Jews to ‘go back to Auchwitz?’

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Nazis aid “Palestinians” (re thanking CBS60min. falsification on suffering of Christians under Palestinian Islamic apartheid

May 16, 2012

The following is a comment by a blogger on a blog. See his language, know now who are the ones ‘thanking’ CBS60min.’ on behalf of “palestinians,” they even utter to use God, Jesus…

The subject is, that infamous denounced by so many CBS prog. Which refused to interview the  victims, those real Christians that fear to speak out against Islamic apartheid oppressing them, for threats of retaliation, but instead preferred to speak to propagandists who are mouthpieces for Palestinian Islamic authority to bash Israel.

ANOTHER NAIL IN JUDEO-COMMUNISM’S COFFIN, THANK YOU JESUS/GOD: On April 22, Bob Simon and the US news show “60 Minutes” shared the painful truth with 13 million viewers — the primary cause for the exodus of Palestinian Christians from the Holy Land is the nearly 45 year-old illegal Israeli occupation. Now “60 Minutes” is being attacked for telling the truth. A range of Israel-first partisan groups have gone on the attack against CBS, and they have received over 29,000 emails of complaint. If “60 Minutes” backs down, then other media outlets will do the same. Sign the petition below to be sure that CBS hears from supporters for its brave and truthful reporting. We have almost 39,000 signatures already. 


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He’s a long weird “list” of anti Jewish (old/new) lies on his silly little infantile Facebook page. 

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