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‘Arab Spring’: The chilly cruel winter reality of Arab racism and Islamic bigotry

October 23, 2011

‘Arab Spring’: The chilly cruel winter reality of Arab racism and Islamic bigotry

Not that ethnic racism and religious bigotry weren’t rampant before the so-called “Arab spring” sprung about. But the intolerance tide seems to be only worsening, and without an Arab dictator to “hold” various factions together, vulnerability expand, risks rise.

RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY:

As the D.B. puts it: “Violence Against Egypt’s Copts in an Intolerant Arab Spring.. The elephant in the room of the Arab Spring is now the mistreatment of minority communities—Christians and others—across the Arab world.”

FPM asks: Hillary Clinton Promises to Save Egypt’s Christians? … the guise of the “Arab spring” and “people-power,” all hailed and supported by the U.S.—worked for religious minorities in the Arab world?

In Feb. Diana West wrote: “Islamic bigotry kept under wraps in Egyptian uprising.” Especially at the brutalization and racist rape by Arab Muslim mob in Egypt of CBS journalist L. Logan (thinking she was Jewish) and the MSM silencing the story.

In May, the New York Times reported on the growing Islamic anti-Christian attacks: “Egypt’s Christians Fear Violence as Changes Embolden Islamists.” That “Coptic Christians, many of whom have felt less secure since Egypt’s dictator stepped down, held a sit-in May 19 in Cairo.”

Explaining: The revolution has empowered the majority but also opened new questions about the protection of minority rights like freedom of religion or expression as Islamist groups step forward to lay out their agendas and test their political might.

Adding:
Around the region, Christians are also closely watching events in Syria, where as in Egypt Christians and other minorities received the protection of a secular dictator, Bashar al-Assad, now facing his own popular uprising.

Z. Baumann, in a June article, asks about Christians: “Arab Spring’s losers of revolution?”

Christian Persecution monitor (Aug.) “Common Fear, Opposing Reactions Define Differences between Christians in Egypt and Syria.”
Later on, in that month:
Egyptian Islamic Jihad Official: If We Come To Power We Will Launch Islamic Conquest To Instate Sharia and “Exterminate” Christians If They Cause Problems.

The Copts Association and Christian of Iraq said (Sep.) The Arab Spring and Christian Persecution… Throughout the region, Christians have been targeted by Muslim mobs … that the Arab Spring is posing a threat to Christian minorities throughout the Middle East.

As the Arab Islamic mob (Sep.) attacked the Israeli embassy in Cairo, they were justifiably described by a Western journalist. “They Were Animals.” Still think, the Arab-Israeli conflict is about “land…?”

ETHNIC RACISM

Introduction:
From a 2006 article in The Guardian: “The race taboo,”: The existence of racist attitudes within Arab countries is often denied, resulting in scandalous displays of prejudice against certain ethnic groups. The Arab countries, mostly are in denial. The A to Z of ethnic and religious groups in the Middle East embraces Alawites, Armenians, Assyrians, Baha’is, Berbers, Chaldeans, Copts, Druzes, Ibadis, Ismailis, Jews, Kurds, Maronites, Sahrawis, Tuareq, Turkmen, Yazidis and Zaidis (by no means an exhaustive list), and yet serious discussion of ethnic/religious diversity and its place in society is a long-standing taboo.
If the existence of non-Arab or non-Muslim groups is acknowledged at all, it is usually only to declare how wonderfully everyone gets along.

In April this year, indingenous group who suffer discrimination: Tunisia’s Berbers test the limits of country’s newfound freedoms

Probably most noted group of non-Arabs to suffer from Arab racism are blacks.

Already in March, Rebels execute black immigrants while forces kidnap others… Therefore the Arab racism of Libyan rebels constitute crimes against humanity.

From NER, March 10 “Arab Racism On Display In Libya.”

From a Mar 5, 2011 “Black Africans Caught in Libyan Arab Racism” That Libyan rebels, overwhelmingly racist and anti-African…

The New York Times reported in September: “Libyans Turn Wrath on Dark-Skinned Migrants,” That As rebel leaders pleaded with their fighters to avoid taking revenge against “brother Libyans,” many rebels were turning their wrath against migrants from sub-Saharan Africa, imprisoning hundreds for the crime of fighting as “mercenaries” for Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi without any evidence except the color of their skin.
Explaining the scapefoating of black: Still, in a country with a long history of racist violence, it has become an article of faith among supporters of the Libyan rebels that African mercenaries pervaded the loyalists’ ranks. And since Colonel Qaddafi’s fall from power, the hunting down of people suspected of being mercenaries has become a major preoccupation.

Even the Arab-based Arab-biased al-Jazeera reported testimonies of “how race-based discrimination and violence, long an issue in Libya, had been inflamed by the war.”

From the HuffingtonPost, September “The Great Taboo: Arab Racism,” With the liberation of Libya come less happy reports from Amnesty and Physicians for Human Rights of rebels slaughtering scores of black Africans, believing they were all pro-Gaddafi mercenaries. While the dictator did hire some fighters from sub-Saharan Africa, the vast majority of black Africans in Libya are entirely innocent immigrants, one million of whom are guest workers.

Tarek Fatah (October) on “The future of the Arab Spring”

I’m very pessimistic about the Arab world… I think there will be far more chaos than Obama can manage. There’s nothing there. The Muslim Brotherhood and the Islamists have billions of dollars. The jean-clad, western secularists have to worry about their girlfriends, and their New York Yankee hats and every silly stuff, and Twitter and Facebook. While the real world is moving on. All these guys will come back to New York, and Boston, and Toronto and say, ‘Oh, we went there for sabbatical and had fun in Cairo.’ While the Muslim Brotherhood is deeply entrenched. Not a single black face in all of Arab Spring. What does it say to you? 20% of the Arab population is black, but you can’t see a single black face. It’s a completely racist movement. It says non-Arabs in the Arab Spring have no rights. IF you’re Bangladeshi, Filipino, Indonesian…you have absolutely no rights. This is worse Apartheid. That’s why Africans are fleeing Libya, dying in the Mediterranean, to get to Italy or to Israel.

On the plight of Africans in Arab Egypt, UNHCR (October) says no more resettlement for refugees from Libya in Egypt…‎ For the Africans now stranded in Egypt, Ali, a Somali refugee who has been waiting for nearly a decade to be relocated, he warns that there will be an upsurge in anti-Africanism and racism toward the refugees who are barred from work and education in the country.

Black activists in October decried: “Why The New York Times Ignored Libya Ethnic Cleansing‎… Not Genocide If “Our Team” Commits the Crime.”

When a major newspaper supports so-called “rebels,” even though the signs are abundant from the very beginning that they comprise sadistic killers, radical Islamists, and anti-Black racists, what does it do at the end of the day, when the evidence can’t be hidden anymore that the so-called “liberators” are in fact genocidal killers?
[…] Complicity is widely shared. Not even the first African American president of the United States, Barack Obama, has condemned the targeted killings of Black Libyans. Not a word of condemnation from Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, who is in Tripoli today. Nothing from United Nations Secretary General Ban ki-Moon and the ICC’s Ocampo.

Carina Ray (Sep.): “Gaddafi and the Mercenary Myth‎.” The mistreatment and murder of blacks by rebel forces in Libya is an extension of long-simmering anti-immigrant sentiments that are directed at sub-Saharan Africans. Xenophobia and racism are both at play here.

In that month: Persecution of Black Libyans draws international outcry‎
Workers World. They must protest the racist persecution of Black Libyans and all Africans and demand that it stop immediately.

A Sep. report: “Poverty Skyrockets in the World’s Poorest Country Due to Racial Violence After Revolution in Neighboring Libya.”

Niger is the poorest country in Africa and the world: Many of its people go hungry every day, many children die before their fifth birthday, and countless thousands have died in past famines. Now, it’s getting much poorer, as black migrant workers from Niger are forced to leave neighboring Libya because of the color of their skin in the aftermath of the revolution there. Workers used to send money home to Niger from Libya, enabling impoverished family members to survive. But now these workers have been forced to leave Libya, where some black migrant workers were lynched, and many others have been rounded up and jailed in appalling conditions after being falsely accused of being mercenaries for the brutal, recently-ousted dictator Muammar el-Qaddafi…
Still, in a country with a long history of racist violence, it has become an article of faith among supporters of the Libyan rebels that African mercenaries…

‘Arab Spring’: The chilly cruel winter reality of Arab racism and Islamic bigotry

Not that ethnic racism and religious bigotry weren’t rampant before the so-called “Arab spring” sprung about. But the intolerance tide seems to be only worsening, and without an Arab dictator to “hold” various factions together, vulnerability expand, risks rise.

RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY:

As the D.B. puts it: “Violence Against Egypt’s Copts in an Intolerant Arab Spring.. The elephant in the room of the Arab Spring is now the mistreatment of minority communities—Christians and others—across the Arab world.”

FPM asks: Hillary Clinton Promises to Save Egypt’s Christians? … the guise of the “Arab spring” and “people-power,” all hailed and supported by the U.S.—worked for religious minorities in the Arab world?

In Feb. Diana West wrote: “Islamic bigotry kept under wraps in Egyptian uprising.” Especially at the brutalization and racist rape by Arab Muslim mob in Egypt of CBS journalist L. Logan (thinking she was Jewish) and the MSM silencing the story.

In May, the New York Times reported on the growing Islamic anti-Christian attacks: “Egypt’s Christians Fear Violence as Changes Embolden Islamists.” That “Coptic Christians, many of whom have felt less secure since Egypt’s dictator stepped down, held a sit-in May 19 in Cairo.”

Explaining: The revolution has empowered the majority but also opened new questions about the protection of minority rights like freedom of religion or expression as Islamist groups step forward to lay out their agendas and test their political might.

Adding:
Around the region, Christians are also closely watching events in Syria, where as in Egypt Christians and other minorities received the protection of a secular dictator, Bashar al-Assad, now facing his own popular uprising.

Z. Baumann, in a June article, asks about Christians: “Arab Spring’s losers of revolution?”

Christian Persecution monitor (Aug.) “Common Fear, Opposing Reactions Define Differences between Christians in Egypt and Syria.”
Later on, in that month:
Egyptian Islamic Jihad Official: If We Come To Power We Will Launch Islamic Conquest To Instate Sharia and “Exterminate” Christians If They Cause Problems.

The Copts Association and Christian of Iraq said (Sep.) The Arab Spring and Christian Persecution… Throughout the region, Christians have been targeted by Muslim mobs … that the Arab Spring is posing a threat to Christian minorities throughout the Middle East.

As the Arab Islamic mob (Sep.) attacked the Israeli embassy in Cairo, they were justifiably described by a Western journalist. “They Were Animals.” Still think, the Arab-Israeli conflict is about “land…?”

ETHNIC RACISM

Introduction:
From a 2006 article in The Guardian: “The race taboo,”: The existence of racist attitudes within Arab countries is often denied, resulting in scandalous displays of prejudice against certain ethnic groups. The Arab countries, mostly are in denial. The A to Z of ethnic and religious groups in the Middle East embraces Alawites, Armenians, Assyrians, Baha’is, Berbers, Chaldeans, Copts, Druzes, Ibadis, Ismailis, Jews, Kurds, Maronites, Sahrawis, Tuareq, Turkmen, Yazidis and Zaidis (by no means an exhaustive list), and yet serious discussion of ethnic/religious diversity and its place in society is a long-standing taboo.
If the existence of non-Arab or non-Muslim groups is acknowledged at all, it is usually only to declare how wonderfully everyone gets along.

In April this year, indingenous group who suffer discrimination: Tunisia’s Berbers test the limits of country’s newfound freedoms

Probably most noted group of non-Arabs to suffer from Arab racism are blacks.

Already in March, Rebels execute black immigrants while forces kidnap others… Therefore the Arab racism of Libyan rebels constitute crimes against humanity.

From NER, March 10 “Arab Racism On Display In Libya.”

From a Mar 5, 2011 “Black Africans Caught in Libyan Arab Racism” That Libyan rebels, overwhelmingly racist and anti-African…

The New York Times reported in September: “Libyans Turn Wrath on Dark-Skinned Migrants,” That As rebel leaders pleaded with their fighters to avoid taking revenge against “brother Libyans,” many rebels were turning their wrath against migrants from sub-Saharan Africa, imprisoning hundreds for the crime of fighting as “mercenaries” for Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi without any evidence except the color of their skin.
Explaining the scapefoating of black: Still, in a country with a long history of racist violence, it has become an article of faith among supporters of the Libyan rebels that African mercenaries pervaded the loyalists’ ranks. And since Colonel Qaddafi’s fall from power, the hunting down of people suspected of being mercenaries has become a major preoccupation.

Even the Arab-based Arab-biased al-Jazeera reported testimonies of “how race-based discrimination and violence, long an issue in Libya, had been inflamed by the war.”

From the HuffingtonPost, September “The Great Taboo: Arab Racism,” With the liberation of Libya come less happy reports from Amnesty and Physicians for Human Rights of rebels slaughtering scores of black Africans, believing they were all pro-Gaddafi mercenaries. While the dictator did hire some fighters from sub-Saharan Africa, the vast majority of black Africans in Libya are entirely innocent immigrants, one million of whom are guest workers.

Tarek Fatah (October) on “The future of the Arab Spring”

I’m very pessimistic about the Arab world… I think there will be far more chaos than Obama can manage. There’s nothing there. The Muslim Brotherhood and the Islamists have billions of dollars. The jean-clad, western secularists have to worry about their girlfriends, and their New York Yankee hats and every silly stuff, and Twitter and Facebook. While the real world is moving on. All these guys will come back to New York, and Boston, and Toronto and say, ‘Oh, we went there for sabbatical and had fun in Cairo.’ While the Muslim Brotherhood is deeply entrenched. Not a single black face in all of Arab Spring. What does it say to you? 20% of the Arab population is black, but you can’t see a single black face. It’s a completely racist movement. It says non-Arabs in the Arab Spring have no rights. IF you’re Bangladeshi, Filipino, Indonesian…you have absolutely no rights. This is worse Apartheid. That’s why Africans are fleeing Libya, dying in the Mediterranean, to get to Italy or to Israel.

On the plight of Africans in Arab Egypt, UNHCR (October) says no more resettlement for refugees from Libya in Egypt…‎ For the Africans now stranded in Egypt, Ali, a Somali refugee who has been waiting for nearly a decade to be relocated, he warns that there will be an upsurge in anti-Africanism and racism toward the refugees who are barred from work and education in the country.

Black activists in October decried: “Why The New York Times Ignored Libya Ethnic Cleansing‎… Not Genocide If “Our Team” Commits the Crime.”

When a major newspaper supports so-called “rebels,” even though the signs are abundant from the very beginning that they comprise sadistic killers, radical Islamists, and anti-Black racists, what does it do at the end of the day, when the evidence can’t be hidden anymore that the so-called “liberators” are in fact genocidal killers?
[…] Complicity is widely shared. Not even the first African American president of the United States, Barack Obama, has condemned the targeted killings of Black Libyans. Not a word of condemnation from Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, who is in Tripoli today. Nothing from United Nations Secretary General Ban ki-Moon and the ICC’s Ocampo.

Carina Ray (Sep.): “Gaddafi and the Mercenary Myth‎.” The mistreatment and murder of blacks by rebel forces in Libya is an extension of long-simmering anti-immigrant sentiments that are directed at sub-Saharan Africans. Xenophobia and racism are both at play here.

In that month: Persecution of Black Libyans draws international outcry‎
Workers World. They must protest the racist persecution of Black Libyans and all Africans and demand that it stop immediately.

A Sep. report: “Poverty Skyrockets in the World’s Poorest Country Due to Racial Violence After Revolution in Neighboring Libya.”

Niger is the poorest country in Africa and the world: Many of its people go hungry every day, many children die before their fifth birthday, and countless thousands have died in past famines. Now, it’s getting much poorer, as black migrant workers from Niger are forced to leave neighboring Libya because of the color of their skin in the aftermath of the revolution there. Workers used to send money home to Niger from Libya, enabling impoverished family members to survive. But now these workers have been forced to leave Libya, where some black migrant workers were lynched, and many others have been rounded up and jailed in appalling conditions after being falsely accused of being mercenaries for the brutal, recently-ousted dictator Muammar el-Qaddafi…
Still, in a country with a long history of racist violence, it has become an article of faith among supporters of the Libyan rebels that African mercenaries…

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Kurds (also) oppressed under Syrian Arab Racist Apartheid regime

April 1, 2011

Kurds under racist apartheid Syrian Arab Republic

..Like Gaddafi today, seven years ago Assad deployed his air force against the Kurds.

Scores were killed and thousands were arrested. Many of those arrested were tortured by Assad’s forces.

The discrimination that Kurds have faced under Assad and his father is appalling. Since the 1970s, more than 300,000 Kurds have been stripped of their Syrian citizenship. They have been forcibly ejected from their homes and villages in the north and resettled in squalid refugee camps in the south. The expressed purpose of these racist policies has been to prevent territorial contiguity between Syrian, Iraqi and Turkish Kurds and to “Arabize” Syrian Kurdistan where most of Syria’s oil deposits are located.

The Kurds make up around 10 percent of Syria’s population. They oppose not only the Baathist regime, but also the Muslim Brotherhood. Represented in exile by the Kurdistan National Assembly of Syria, since 2004 they have sought the overthrow of the Assad regime and its replacement by democratic, decentralized federal government. Decentralizing authority, they believe, is the best way to check tyranny of both the Baathist and the Muslim Brotherhood variety. The Kurdish demand for a federal government has been endorsed by the Sunni-led exile Syrian Reform Party.

This week the KNA released a statement to the world community. Speaking for Syria’s Kurds and for their Arab, Druse, Alevi and Christian allies in Syria, it asked for the “US, France, UK and international organizations to seek [a] UN resolution condemning [the] Syrian regime for using violence against [the Syrian] people.”

The KNA’s statement requested that the US and its allies “ask for UN-sponsored committees to investigate the recent violence in Syria, including the violence used against the Kurds in 2004.”

http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Article.aspx?id=214197

What is Mr Blair’s Mission? KurdishMedia.com – By Dr Kamal Mirawdeli 01/11/2001 00:00:00 …
It seems that Mr Blair has not even known or even discreetly mentioned to his hosts that Syria is occupying a part of Kurdistan in which one million Kurds are living who are subject to the most appalling racist apartheid policies of oppression and assimilation. 150,000 of them are even deprived of having passports, being considered as ‘foreigners’ with no right, legally, to enter into employment or marriage. Syria does not allow the Kurds or to call their children Kurdish names.

Syria does not allow the Kurds to use their language for education and promote their art and culture, or to have their own legal political organisations. That is despite the fact that the Kurds are Muslims! But being Muslim for Arab racist regimes that use Islam as an Arabising racist ideology, is equivalent to being an Arab – full stop.

http://www.kurdmedia.com/article.aspx?id=8259

What happens when your oppressors are next-door neighbors … 14 Jun 2006… I raise my palm for Turkey, Syria, Iran and even Iraq…. and that Apartheid didn’t just melt away on its own, …

http://www.kurdmedia.com/article.aspx?id=12624
Western Kurdistan which is occupied by Syria, by – File Format: PDF/Adobe

Acrobat
Dr. Jawad Mella – Western Kurdistan which is occupied by Syria racist,

bloody and despotic regimes of the world. It is the same now for the

Syrian regime …
http://www.kncsite.com/kiteb/WK.pdf

West Kurdistan and the “Arab Awakening” ‎ 3.2.2011
By Minhaj Akreyi

February 3, 2011
Following the mass protests throughout Tunisia that was caused by an act

of self-immolation by a frustrated young man due to high unemployment,

food inflation, corruption, lack of freedom of speech, poor living conditions, among others, which brought down an authoritarian government of 23 years, the Arab people are finally becoming courageous and brave enough to stand up to injustice and oppression against their government; and this new phenomenon among the Arab people is starting to spread hroughout the Arabic countries. Hosni Mubarak, Egypt’s incumbent president, or more like dictator, of 30 years who is feeling the high frustration and anger of its 80 million population protesting vigorously in the streets of many of its large cities, including Cairo, is greatly on the verge of collapse and may soon be joining his Tunisian colleague Ben Ali in Jeddah. Algerian, Jordanian, and Yemeni frustrated, oppressed, and angry people have also joined their Tunisian and Egyptian brethren protesting in their homeland against their highly corrupted governments.

The trend, as it seems, will most likely hit Syria as well. The Syrian regime, which is controlled by the Assad family since 1963, is as corrupted as Hosni Mubarak and his party. Unemployment in Syria is as high as of Egypt; the police and secret forces are as brutal and oppressive; freedom of speech or press does not exist; and the living conditions are no better. It is only natural, and the right of the people, that the people stand up against this tyrannical and dictatorial regime and replace it with one who values human life; who values human dignity; who values education and employment for its people; who values its people; for no government should be allowed to exist if it fails to provide the basic demands of its people. And among all this, one that would give equal rights to its minorities, such as the Kurds, whom for the last 90 years have been systematically oppressed and having their
Kurdish language banned by the Syrian government.

Syria since its creation of modern state has done whatever it could to oppress the Kurdish people in its hope to eradicate and assimilate them.

The Kurdish language is banned; there are over 200,000 Kurds whom are
labeled as foreigners because the Syrian government has stripped them off
of their citizenship and thus these people are not allowed to get a job,
buy a property, open a business, and they are not even allowed to repair
their houses; in 1965 the Syrian government created an “Arabic belt” in
an attempt to change demographic features of the Kurdish populated areas
in which over 150,000 people were displaced out of their homes and today
it is as relevant as it is effecting the Kurdish people greatly; the
burial of over 500,000 Kurdish people alive; including the many other
atrocious acts such as the burning of a movie theater burning 300 students; mass disappearances of critics; various discriminatory and racist laws, among many other horrendous acts.

That is why in order to bring an end to this oppression, the Kurds of Syrian-occupied Kurdistan, or West Kurdistan, must carefully examine the waves of protests that seem to be spreading throughout the Middle East; they must monitor the protests very closely. The already-too many and divided political parties of over 15-20 of West Kurdistan must urgently
communicate with each other in order to lay out a map and plans on what ought to be done should the Syrian population mass protests and should the Assad regime fell. It is of most crucial that all the parties unite at this critical time and opportunity that may prove fruitful and may define a moment in West Kurdistan’s history; and I won’t be too surprised
if something like South Kurdistan is achieved. But of course, in order to reach the level of South Kurdistan,www.ekurd.netfor West Kurdistan it will not be as easy for if the Assad regime fell, there will still be standing Syrian army,the racist Ba’ath party, and other chauvinistic and racist Arab nationalists who would oppose any autonomy or even human rights for the Kurds and so they will do just about everything the Assad regime has been doing since 1963 to make sure the Kurds do not control their faith and to have the Kurds remain as oppressed.

Something that should have been done long time ago, it is still not too late that the more prominent and bigger parties of West Kurdistan should
reach the lesser known and smaller parties to create the same plans and methods in reaching their same goals. The political and religious figures there should gather along with the tribal leaders and youth and have their understanding and trust within each other; envision a coherent and practical plan on what ought to be done given different scenarios; must
have clear demands and goals to present it to a next government should it be needed; decided whether they will fight for autonomy or independence given the position they might be in. They should, if not already done so, contact Kurds outside of West Kurdistan and seek advises, not just with
Kurds from West Kurdistan but in all parts of Kurdistan. They should know their ways of communication and have plan B ready in case the Syrian regime shut off internet and phone lines, which is very likely; the Kurdish population should be made aware and be ready to mass protest.

However, if not most importantly, than equally importantly, there should be Peshmergas ready to fight and defend should there be the need, which most likely there be the need. Because with Assad in power or not, the Syrian army will most definitely fight and without Peshmergas there stands no chance for West Kurdistan to have its demands respected and goals achieved. But the question remains, where will Peshmergas come from
considering the fact that West Kurdistan does not have any? Should the veterans Peshmergas of South Kurdistan join their brothers and sisters for the fight? Should the PKK send some (in 1,000’s) of their freedom fighters there? Or should PJAK, for time being, leave the fight against the Iranian army and fight the Syrian army?

There are serious and absolutely important questions and considerations that needs to be done by Kurds of West Kurdistan and Kurds of all parts of Kurdistan including the Kurds in Diaspora to start right away weighing options and creating plans if the Syrian population rise to fight their
oppressive regime for their long overdue honor, dignity, freedom, human rights, employment rights, education freedom. There could be protests and there could be no protests in Syria; similarly, Assad regime could fell or it may not fell, but that is for future to see. What the Kurds cannot
afford to lose however is if the chance come and they are not prepared for it, and once that chance leaves, there won’t be another chance for a
very long time.

http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/misc2011/2/state4601.htm

Take A Look in the Mirror / Ben Dror Yemini | Rivka Shpak Lissak First, it should be stated that all Arab countries conduct an official apartheid regime. The Kurds in Syria are under a violent military regime.

 http://www.rslissak.com/content/take-look-mirror-ben-dror-yemini

Obama’s inhuman “humanitarian” doctrine

March 30, 2011

Obama’s inhuman “humanitarian” doctrine

Obama is active in Libya, spending Billions of dollars, he said it’s a “humanitarian” mission to “protect civilians.”
Is Obama really “concerned” about civilian casualties???

  • When protesters against the oppressive totalitarian Islamic-apartheid regime of Iran were slaughtered in the streets. Obama said: “We don’t intervene.” At a time when the Islamic Republic pushes bloodshed (directly or via its Hezbollah arm) in: Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Israel, Somalia, Afghanistan, etc.
  • In the Ivory Coast people are dying. “Moral” Obama couldn’t find oil there, apparently.
  • In the Sudan genocide, 2,500,000 already died in previous years by Khartoum. Lately, despite the cessation of the South, Omar al-Bashir continues crimes against Southerners. But Obama doesn’t act when the Arab is the aggressor, unless he has the Arab league behind him. The Arab league always supported the Arab supremacist, apartheid against non-Arabs and African-slavery regime of al-Bashir.
  • When Palestinian-Arab Hamas regime fires from densely populated areas, Jihadists slash babies’ throats and blow up buses with the intent to commit mass massacres among civilians, incited by the “moderate” PA regime’s hate propaganda (who dehumanizes Jews, glorifies jihadism, advocates anti-Christian, anti-Jewish apartheid and ethnic cleansing of all Jews in the area) to the cheers of the Arab main street. Obama is busy blaming the victim, condemning Israel’s so-called “settlements.” As if rebuilding part of a historic land is the issue and not targeting Jews by bloodthirsty Arab-Islamic elements and the incitement, venomous atmosphere in general Arab-Palestine.
  • When ‘who-knows-how-many’ are murdered in the streets of the ‘prison State’ Syria [the anti-Kurdish racist-Arab regime] and its involvement in arming bloody Hezbollah butchers is evident. Obama practices “talk is cheap.”

Conclusion, Obama’s “doctrine” is anti-humanitarian pro-Islamism.

From Pallywood to Hezbollahwood to Qaddafi-wood?

March 30, 2011

From Pallywood to Hezbollahwood to Qaddafi-wood?

Is Libyan Arab Republic going ‘Pallywood?’

Obama’s Libya decision debated before speech to nation – CNN.com
27 Mar 2011 … On the same program, Gates also said that Gadhafi is placing bodies of people his regime has killed at the sites of some missile strikes by …

http://www.cnn.com/2011/POLITICS/03/27/us.libya/index.html

As in the typical desperation practiced routinely by the fake “victims” who are called “Palestinians,” that when they lack “enough” photos of casualties (like when they fail in their tricking of destly civilian crowds to die for the sake of Pali-Victimhood cult, or when they can not get away by killing their own people) by physically adding bodies from another location to make believe that it was the “Zionists fault.” Part of the Pallywood (http://www.seconddraft.org/) infamous production of fake images and disinformation.

Hezbollah already followed suit [Hezbollahwood] in Lebanon, one instance is famously known where an Arab Reuters “journalist” simply altered an image of a “destroyed” building in Lebanon.

Here’s an example of the Jeninitis tricks in Pallywood – Jenin:

IMRA – Saturday, April 27, 2002 The Palestinians in the Jenin …
investigate the happenings in the Jenin refugee camp, Palestinians are … bodies recently added, those from the hospital cemetery, bring the number up…


http://www.imra.org.il/story.php3?id=11656

Pallywood – Gaza beach

Hamas Murders Children in Palestine, Blames Israel The Palestinians killed their own children. And this was not the first time.” Hamas terrorists fired rockets and mortar bombs from a crowded Gaza beach…

http://www.israelnewsagency.com/hamasterrorgazaisrael48770611.html

Hezbollahwood – Qana
Qana building fell hours after strike

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3283816,00.html

Pallywood immortalized one such hoax, known around the world as poor, … 2006 Update: after the massacre was over, the bodies were buried in a mass grave.

http://www.think-israel.org/lipkin.qana.html

Hezbollahwood – Photoshop Reuters

Photo Fraud in Lebanon

3 Nov 2009 … The amazing inside story of fraudulent ‘news’ photos coming out of Lebanon.

http://www.aish.com/v/is/Photo_Fraud_in_Lebanon.html


Reuters’ Altered Photos… – TIME

9 Aug 2006 … And every time a straight-news journalist alters a fact — even something as picayune as the color of a bomb blast or the number of flares fired from a plane — it convinces people that the media must lie about big things as well. All facts become suspect, all information becomes relative, and you might as well believe whatever your gut tells you, because the news is invariably driven by its own bias, which is, invariably, against you. We become a nation of Stephen Colberts, believing that facts are sketchy and overrated and should never be allowed to get in the way of what we want to believe.
http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,1224827,00.html


“Crying” for the cameras

Islamists’ Inhumane “Human rights” System

March 9, 2011

Islamists’ Inhumane “Human rights” System

March, 2011

Erdoğan and the ‘Al-Gaddafi Prize
February 28, 2011 12:00 A.M
Everything you need to know about the Turkish prime minister, in one act.

The slogan of the “Al-Gaddafi International Prize for Human Rights” is, “As the sun shines for everyone, freedom is a right for everyone.” Lovely, no? Especially at a moment when Qaddafi’s warplanes are raining down death and destruction on his own subject people, and when foreign mercenaries are brutalizing the population?
[…]Past recipients of the prize have included… Louis Farrakhan (1996), Fidel Castro (1998), and Hugo Chávez (2004).

But it’s the current recipient who is the most interesting: none other than the prime minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. He accepted the prize in Tripoli, Libya, on Dec. 1, 2010, for his “distinguished service to humanity.” In his acceptance speech, Erdoğan said that the award will further encourage him to fight for human rights and that “Islamophobia” is a crime against humanity. http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/260823/erdo-and-al-gaddafi-prize-daniel-pipes

Erdogan’s officially IslamoFASCISTIC now, allied w/ Omar Al-Bashir, Ahmadinejad, Hamas, Qaddafi

With such wonderful buddies, How can this suversive type of “human rights” system go wrong? Whatever is a crime against humanity is magically turned into “pro-human rights.” By the same token, real Human rights of non-Arab non-Muslim minority (Israel) to survive against “Palestinian / Iranian jihadi genocide are completely denied, automatically.


Minorities? Don’t deserve anything, just shut up about it

When was the last time you heard or read about the racial discrimination against minorities in Turkey such as Kurds?
The very same “reason” you never hear about the cry of all non-Islamic non-Persian minorities (Dhimmis) in oppressive intolerant Islamic Republic of Iran – Erdogan’s ally. [heck, the prison state called Iran’s has -among other things- invented a fairly “original” idea to subdue protest by “accusing” any opponent of “spying.”]


“Peace” means war!

Erdogan as in the radical Islamic IHH “Flotilla” ship the “Go back to Auchwitz” genocidal “peace” boat, headed to Gaza to attack…

2,000,000 killed by Arab Islamic fanaticism is “not an issue.”

Just as the victims of the most horrific post-WW2 [Arab-Islamic] genocide in Sudan is categorized of as some “minor misunderstanding,” a silent case, where the Arab lobby hijacked UN can’t seem to find the time of day to take issue with. Worse, That’s right, our Erdogan embraces al-Bashir, the convicted of Arab racist genocide and crimes against humanity.


Racism as “anti racism”

Just as the ‘racist apartheid Arab world’ (against the non-Arabs, especially against Jews) cries “racism” in Durban upon the very victim of Arab racism, namely Israel.


The self ‘designed’ death of Arab civilians

Just as the victims of using its own civilian population by Arab Palestinians, especially kids and by Iran’s thugs the Islamic Hezbollah are pinned on Israel and not on the cuilprit Arabs.

A World Upside Down, in all human aspects.

Qaddafi’s puppet ‘Al-Hajjaji,’ chairing Durban ‘racist Arab controlled “anti-racism” conference’ is “investigating” that country’s Human rights?

March 8, 2011

Qaddafi’s puppet ‘Al-Hajjaji,’ chairing Durban ‘racist Arab controlled “anti-racism” conference’ is “investigating” that country’s Human rights?

Watchdog Group Demands Removal Of Libyan Human Rights Investigator…
U.N. Watch, an organization that monitors the world body, says Libyan envoy Najat Al-Hajjaji should be the ‘last person’ investigating human rights abuses, as Libyan jets drop bombs on rebel forces in her homeland. A watchdog group is asking the U.N. to immediately remove a Libyan envoy from her post as an investigator on human rights violations by mercenaries, saying that as a mouthpiece for a regime that’s “deploying hired guns to massacre its own people” it’s “outrageous” to have her in that position.

But it’s not the first time Al-Hajjaji’s been in a controversial post.

In 2003 she was elected president of the Human Rights Commission against objections from human rights groups and the U.S.

“It is not appropriate for a nation under U.N. sanctions — a nation with the horrible human rights record that Libya has — to be chairman of this commission,” then U.S. ambassador, Kevin Moley, said at the time.

As someone who “whitewashed the crimes of the Qaddafi regime” for more than a decade, “she also shouldn’t have been the head of the world conference on racism, the Durban II conference, which she chaired for two years,” Neuer added.

But Neuer said it would be hard to imagine a position that would be more of an “obscene irony” than her current one.

“Everybody knew she was sitting on this mercenary group and no one said a thing…and the question is why not?”

In a letter sent Monday to UN chief Ban Ki-moon, U.N. rights commissioner Navi Pillay, and UNHRC president Sihasak Phuangketkeow, U.N. Watch demanded that the officials take immediate action to expel Al-Hajjaji.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/03/08/group-calls-libyan-envoys-removal-post-investigator-mercenaries/

Exposed: Qaddafi rep is UN council’s “expert on mercenaries”

http://www.unwatch.org/cms.asp?id=1468682&campaign_id=63111

THE REAL WORLD

A Tyrants Club

The U.N. Human Rights Commission is worse than a joke.

BY CLAUDIA ROSETT

Wednesday, January 22, 2003 12:01 a.m. EST

[The Wall Street Journal]

Among those who value liberty and justice, the United Nations’ choice of Libya to chair this year’s session of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights has been widely described as a defeat. By some lights it’s a defeat for the U.S.–which protested giving this post to an emissary of terror-sponsoring tyrant Moammar Gadhafi. By U.S. standards it’s a
defeat for the Human Rights Commission and the entire system of international justice the U.N. pretends to promote. All of which sounds bad, but comfortably abstract; just one more round of folly at the U.N.
[…]
It is a betrayal of millions upon millions of people living under governments so brutal–from North Korea to Turkmenistan to Iraq–that most citizens do not dare to demand the freedoms that belong by right to all human beings.

[…]
It is absurd, in fact, to describe the exaltation on Monday of Libya’s Ambassador Najat al-Hajjaji to head of the Human Rights Commission as the product of a “vote.” That implies there was some sort of democratic process at work… Among the 33 governments that voted in favor of Libya were almost certainly the rulers of such civic sinkholes as Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Cuba and Zimbabwe. Like the despots in Syria, Vietnam and China, these are folks who do not have the guts to face a genuine system of democracy back home..

It’s much worse than that. Putting Libya in a spot to set the U.N. agenda on human rights is not simply a defeat of justice and human dignity. It is a betrayal.

http://replay.waybackmachine.org/20070226161249/http://www.opinionjournal.com/columnists/cRosett/?id=110002944
http://www.zimbabwesituation.com/jan24_2003.html

The U.N.’s Racist Conference On Racism – Forbes.com Dec 4, 2008 … Billed as an effort to fight racism, that Durban conclave focused instead on … is chaired by a Libyan ambassador, Najat Al-Hajjaji.

http://www.forbes.com/2008/12/03/racism-durban-conference-oped-cx_cr_1204rosett.html

Louis Farrakhan / Nation of Islam: Hatred, racism – Fascism – Pro-slavery – Advocating genocide

March 6, 2011

Louis Farrakhan / Nation of Islam: Hatred, racism – Fascism – Pro-slavery – Advocating genocide


Louis Farrakhan / Nation of Islam:



NATION OF ISLAM’S LOUIS FARRAKHAN = ANTI-WHITE ANTI-JEWISH ANTI-CATHOLIC RACIST, BIGOT



New York Magazine – Oct 7, 1985 – Page 16
Vol. 18, No. 39 – 152 pages – Magazine – Full view

Rather than follow the son, Farrakhan took up the elder Muhammad’s call — that blacks originally ruled the world and would soon regain control from the white ” devils.”

http://books.google.com/books?id=ZckBAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA16


Demagogues: Brothers in Bigotry – TIME Oct 14, 1985 … After Farrakhan laced a + speech in Los Angeles last month with racist remarks, Mayor Tom Bradley condemned the Black Muslim’s “dangerous” …
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,960084,00.html


Hate, prejudice, and racism – Page 227 Milton Kleg – SUNY Press, 1993 – 317 pages
After Warith Deen’s faction eventually dissolved, Farrakhan became the undisputed leader of the Nation of Islam. To the anti- white racism of his predecessor, Farrakhan added a heaping dose of anti-Semitism, blaming Jews for..
http://books.google.com/books?id=yKrrSa7WqNwC&pg=PA227


To Our Readers: Feb. 28, 1994 – TIME Feb 28, 1994…
The decision to pursue an in-depth investigation of this subject was prompted by the anti-Semitic and otherwise racist speech that Farrakhan’s aide, Khallid Muhammad, gave at Kean College in New Jersey. The story was newsworthy in large part because it came just as some mainstream black groups were attempting to form a constructive alliance with Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam. News of the speech loosed a flash flood of reportage and commentary on the subject, and at that time we began the kind of weeks-long investigation a cover story like this one requires. At the same time, we published an article on one telling aspect of the larger story: the fact that some black leaders were offended when whites called on them to denounce racism in other black leaders…
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,980247,00.html

Amazon.com: TIMEN FEBRUARY 28, 1994: MINISTRY OF RAGE, LOUIS FARRAKHAN SPEWS RACIST VENOM AT JEWS AND ALL OF WHITE AMERICA AND VARIOUS ARTICLES

http://www.amazon.com/TIMEN-FEBRUARY-28-1994-FARRAKHAN/dp/B004N4AE50

Louis Farrakhan: Pride and Prejudice – TIME
Feb 28, 1994 … To get closer to them, Farrakhan must abandon his racist doctrine. But can he? Apart from his historical beliefs about Jews and business …
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,980233-8,00.html


Farrakhan Causes National Controversy
Farrakhan’s call for separatism and his assertion of black racial supremacy have caused many problems for the multicultural America. …
http://www.iearn.org/hgp/aeti/1994-farrakhan.html


Online NewsHour: Million Man March – October 13, 1995
… Louis Farrakhan is the apostle of black racism and anti-semitism. He represents a philosophy of a black nation within a nation.
http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/race_relations/race_relations_10-13b.html


CNN – Controversy picks up pace – Oct. 16, 1995
Oct 16, 1995 … They had some support from others: “I agree Louis Farrakhan is a racist. He says white people are children of the devil. …
http://www-cgi.cnn.com/US/9510/megamarch/10-15/pm/index.html


CNN – Reaction to Clinton’s speech varies – Oct. 17, 1995
Oct 17, 1995 … “Farrakhan is a racist and anti-Semite, unhinged by hate. He has no place in American public life, and all who would lead must say so.” …
http://www-cgi.cnn.com/US/9510/megamarch/10-16/clinton/update/index.html


CNN – Million Man March – Oct. 17, 1995
… Farrakhan has been branded a racist, separatist, sexist and anti-Semite. Farrakhan’s rhetoric has not been tempered by the popularity of the …
http://www.cnn.com/US/9510/megamarch/10-17/notebook/index.html


THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON: THE REACTION;With Farrakhan Speaking, a …Oct 17, 1995 … Farrakhan is a racist. He is unhinged by hate. He has no place in American public life and all who lead must say so.” …
http://www.nytimes.com/1995/10/17/us/march-washington-reaction-with-farrakhan-speaking-chorus-gop-critics-joins.html


THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON: THE GENERAL;Powell Praises Marchers, But Denounces Farrakhan

…Oct 17, 1995 … General Colin L. Powell said today that he deplored Louis Farrakhan’s “racist and anti-Semitic expressions,” but he praised the Million Man …

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F00E0D91039F934A25753C1A963958260


Nation’s Campuses Confront An Expanding Racial Divide – NYTimes.com Oct 25, 1995
… In interviews, blacks generally said that the outrage of whites over the Simpson verdict and their tendency to view the Million Man March simply in terms of Louis Farrakhan’s involvement was evidence of how ingrained white racism is.

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9A02E2D91E39F936A15753C1A963958260&pagewanted=all


frontline: the two nations of black america: interview with eldridge cleaver [1997]… GATES: We were talking about black leadership. What’s your take on the Million Man March and Minister Farrakhan?


CLEAVER: I think the Million Man March will go down in history as the defining episode for a generation of people and I know Minister Farrakhan personally and have known him for years. And my overall decision on Farrakhan is that the Afro-American people are not going to follow him anywhere and as General Colin Powell said in his famous commencement address at Howard University, he said that after what we’ve been through and after coming this far we cannot afford to take a detour through the swamps of hatred and that is the Achilles heel of Farrakhan is that the doctrine of the Nation of Islam is a racist doctrine and the Afro-American people are not racist people. We are anti-racist people.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/race/interviews/ecleaver2.html


Editorials on file: Volume 27
 Facts on File, Inc – 1996 – Snippet view – Page 304
Farrakhan, once regarded as a leading advocate of black separatism, had been accused by critics of being anti-Semitic and racist. Farrakhan’ s trip was criticized by some US black leaders, including Randall Robinson,.. group TransAfrica, who had said Farrakhan had given comfort to oppressive governments in Nigeria and Sudan, it was reported Feb. 25
http://books.google.com/books?&id=mM5AAQAAIAAJ&dq=robinson


The Catholic world report: Volume 6
(Ignatius Press,) 1996 – Snippet view (Page 55)
You participated in the Million Man March on Washington last October, led by Black Muslim leader Louis Farra- khan. Why? Isn’t Farrakhan a racist and anti- Catholic?
http://books.google.com/books?&id=zN0tAAAAYAAJ&dq=farra


The One-Man March
Feb 8, 1998 … Among his favored targets are Malcolm X, Spike Lee, Louis Farrakhan — ”our most highly respected racist and all-purpose lunatic” — and …
http://www.nytimes.com/books/98/02/08/reviews/980208.08goodmat.html


The Farrakhan phenomenon: race, reaction, and the paranoid style in American politics
– Page 313
 Robert Singh – [Georgetown University Press,] 1997 – 340 pages – Preview
Preaching racial reconciliation, Farrakhan practices a politics of polarization and division; proselytizing for racial comity, he advances mutual racial animus; proclaiming his boundless humanitarian love, he readily capitalizes upon
http://books.google.com/books?id=ZUrdJhtBbAMC&pg=PA313


Books: Indignant Sanity – TIME
Nov 22, 1999 … They have, he says, left the articulation of the African-American case to black racists and demagogues (Louis Farrakhan, for example) and to …
http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,992633,00.html


BBC News | UK | Opponents attack Farrakhan ruling
Jul 31, 2001 … The government and anti-racist groups have condemned a High Court decision to allow controversial US black political leader Louis Farrakhan …
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/1466232.stm


Nation of Islam | Southern Poverty Law CenterFarrakhan’s racist venom continued, to the point that he was banned in 1986 from entering the United Kingdom, where officials cited concerns for racial …

http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-files/groups/nation-of-islam


War and slavery in Sudan – Page 161 Jok Madut Jok – University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001 – 211 pages
it is common knowledge that the Nation of Islam receives considerable financial assistance from Sudan and Libya…
http://books.google.com/books?id=SAs9Ch9iyRQC&pg=PA161


UK moves to bar U.S. activist – CNN
Mar 12, 2002 … Farrakhan, a father of nine, has been dubbed a “black racist” after using inflammatory language in speeches.


He has described whites as “devils” and Judaism as a “gutter religion” with Jews being called “bloodsuckers” who got rich by oppressing blacks.


In a statement issued after the High Court decision, Blunkett said: “As Home Secretary it is my responsibility to ensure that people who are likely to be a threat to public order in this country are excluded.


“I continue to think that Mr Farrakhan, were he to come here, would be a threat to public order.”
http://articles.cnn.com/2002-03-12/world/uk.farrakhan_1_louis-farrakhan-high-court-britain?_s=PM:WORLD


Conspiracy theories in American history: an encyclopedia: Volume 1 – Page 248
 Peter Knight – [ABC-CLIO,] 2003 – 925 pages
He has also been accused of more general racism toward white people for his adherence to many of the teachings of … A firm proponent of race separatism, Farrakhan has preached the evils of blacks marrying nonblacks (and whites in particular). Farrakhan also invokes well-worn images of conspiracy in his rhetoric, including references to Masonic orders
http://books.google.com/books?id=qMIDrggs8TsC&pg=PA248


American voices: an encyclopedia of contemporary orators – Page 158
Bernard K. Duffy, Richard W. Leeman – 2005 – 486 pages – Google eBook – Preview
Implicit in this explicit acknowledgment of past wrongs is the rhetorical shift which Farrakhan uses to reconstitute his white audience: a repudiation of the Nation of Islam’s depiction of whites as “devils” and inherently evil,

http://books.google.com/books?id=dqEOLyqYz2EC&pg=PA158


BBC NEWS | Americas | Louis Farrakhan reveals illness
Sep 23, 2006 … Louis Farrakhan is one of America’s most famous black men … Even the overtly racist Gadaffi is shamelessly lionized. This is just another …
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/5372918.stm


My religion is a distraction, says Muslim poised to enter Congress …Sep 24, 2006… with the Nation of Islam, the radical group that promotes black rights and whose leader, Louis Farrakhan, has made racist statements. …
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/1529700/My-religion-is-a-distraction-says-Muslim-poised-to-enter-Congress.html


Christopher Hitchens – An Atheist Responds – washingtonpost.com
Jul 14, 2007 … Isn’t it true that Louis Farrakhan’s crackpot racist group gets young people off drugs? Doesn’t Hamas claim to provide social services to the downtrodden? If you credit any one religion with motivating good deeds, how (without declaring yourself to be sectarian) can you avoid crediting them all? And is not endless warfare between the faiths to be added to the list of horrors I just mentioned? Just look at how the “faith-based” are behaving in today’s Iraq…
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/07/13/AR2007071301461.html


Richard Cohen – Obama’s Farrakhan Test – washingtonpost.com
Jan 15, 2008 … Maybe for Wright and some others, Farrakhan “epitomized greatness.” For most Americans, though, Farrakhan epitomizes racism, particularly in the form of anti-Semitism. Over the years, he has compiled an awesome record of offensive statements, even denigrating the Holocaust by falsely attributing it to Jewish cooperation with Hitler — “They helped him get the Third Reich on the road.” His history is a rancid stew of lies.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/14/AR2008011402083.html


The Farrakhan factor – Washington Times
Mar 4, 2008 … Q: Do you accept the support of Louis Farrakhan? (The question arose because the longtime racist and anti-Semitic leader of the racist and …
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/mar/4/the-farrakhan-factor/



44 – Obama Decries Farrakhan Statements
Jan 15, 2008 … “I decry racism and anti-Semitism in every form and strongly condemn the anti- Semitic statements made by Minister Farrakhan,” Obama said in the statement….

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/44/2008/01/obama-decries-farrakhan-statem-1.html


BBC NEWS | UK | UK Politics | Dutch MP refused entry to Britain
Feb 12, 2009 … Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan barred on the grounds that his allegedly racist and anti-Semitic views could threaten public order …
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7885918.stm


Encyclopedia of American religious history: Volume 1 – Page 400
Edward L. Queen, Stephen R. Prothero, Gardiner H. Shattuck – 2009 – 1200 pages – Preview
When Malcolm broke with the NOI, Farrakhan replaced him as national representative and also led the attack upon Malcolm within the … His references to “white devils” and his avowed racial separatism also brought him much attention.

http://books.google.com/books?id=u-_6P2rMy2wC&pg=PA400


Look who’s talking – Washington Times
Jul 20, 2010 … What I have seen are some other more obvious representations of racism: Louis Farrakhan’s assertions that whites are “devils” and that Jews are “hook-nosed liars, murderers and thieves,” while calling for their extermination; Malik Shabbaz’s and New Black Panther Party’s intimidation of white poll watchers and voters; NBPP instructions to “kill some crackers [and] white babies”(I think that is illegal); The NAACP lobby for legislation that benefits only black people, at the expense of other ethnicities; Obama’s assumption that a white cop assaulted Professor Gates due to skin color, his reference to “typical white people” or considering minorities incapable of succeeding, without ethnically discriminatory government benefits.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/watercooler/2010/jul/20/look-whos-talking/



Is NAACP blind to Farrakhan & Co.? The Nation of Islam is built on racism and lies. Stanley Crouch. Monday, July 19th 2010, 4:00 AM …

http://www.nydailynews.com/opinions/2010/07/19/2010-07-19_is_naacp_blind_to_farrakhan__co.html


‘A Decade of Activism’‎

The Link – Christina Bell – Feb 15, 2011


Farrakhan has been accused of making racist statements against Jews and whites several times. King took pains to distance himself from Farrakhan and to downplay Farrakhan’s current role in civil rights activism.
http://thelinknewspaper.ca/article/1034


Louis Farrakhan Continues Anti-Semitic Campaign At Annual Saviours’ Day Conference

New York, NY, March 1, 2011 …


Anti-Defamation League (press release)


Farrakhan, who has a long history of anti-Semitic and racist statements, addressed the Nation of Islam’s 2011 Saviours’ Day convention at the Allstate Arena …
http://www.adl.org/PresRele/NatIsl_81/5987_81.htm


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FARRAKHAN = SUPPORTING RACIST SLAVERY BY ARAB-MUSLIMS


Farrakhan and the Sudan slave trade
NY Spartacist Workers Vanguard, 2 February 1996
…Farrakhan’s support to the Sudanese slave masters is yet another example of his utterly reactionary program and purpose…
http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/33/170.html


Slavery Is an Issue Again – New York Times… of Sudan in a black slave trade — and about the support that Louis Farrakhan, head of the Nation of Islam, has voiced for the Sudanese Government.
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9c07e5d91439f937a15750c0a960958260


Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam on Slavery in the Sudan
Slavery in the Sudan has come to increasing public attention during the country’s 16 year war waged by the Muslim north against the black Christian south
Despite mounting evidence pointing to the disturbing reality of Black enslavement in the Sudan, Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam maintain ties with Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and leader of Sudan’s ruling party, Hassan al-Turabi. Under this leadership, the country has become a base for Islamic extremist terrorism, and Muslim enslavement of Sudanese Blacks has persisted.
The Minister refuses to condemn the current regime regarding this atrocity occurring in Africa to his fellow Blacks.
http://www.adl.org/issue_nation_of_islam/farrakhan_and_slavery_in_sudan.asp


Editorials on file: Volume 27
 Facts on File, Inc – 1996 – Snippet view (Page 310)
But of special concern to them should be Mr. Farrakhan’s relationship with the Sudanese government, not just because Sudan is engaged in the export of terrorism, but also because the inhuman practice of chattel slavery is a thriving …
http://books.google.com/books?&id=mM5AAQAAIAAJ&dq=chattel


Slavery in Sudan Proof for Farrakhan: World action needed to end …Jun 18, 1996 … “WHERE IS THE PROOF?” asked Minister Louis Farrakhan of the …… Slavery in Sudan Proof for Farrakhan: World action needed to end trade … they could raid Dinka villages and remove support for the rebels. ..
http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1996-06-18/news/1996170065_1_slavery-in-sudan-sudanese-government-southern-sudan


The modern African state: quest for transformation – Page 159
 Godfrey Mwakikagile – 2001 – 251 pages – Preview
of the London-based opposition newspaper, Sudan Democratic Gazette. He was holding the latter position when he … As he told his listeners: “I would have expected Farrakhan to keep quiet about the issue of slavery, not to deny it…
http://books.google.com/books?id=zw6PgwJVaMwC&pg=PA159


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FASCIST LOUIS FARRAKHAN, NATION OF ISLAM


 Black leadership – Page 176
 Manning Marable – 1998 – 238 pages – Google eBook – Preview
Farrakhan’s racial fundamentalism has unmistakable parallels with fascist and white racist ideologies and organizations.
http://books.google.com/books?id=cxLIXDaKMmYC&pg=PA176


Race in the global era: African Americans at the millennium – Page 203
 Clarence Lusane – 1997 – 255 pages – Preview
Like Marcus Garvey, Farrakhan has wed an anti-democratic, conformist and morally repressive program to a superficial race militancy that gives it the feel of populist radicalism. This is the kernel of fascism, and Farrak- han’s view of the world is truly fascist. His vision for organization of black American life is racist, authoritarian, sexist, homophobic, and theocratic.” Reed’s critique is harsh, but not inaccurate.
http://books.google.com/books?id=C8_4qrrD3l0C&pg=PA203


What About the Nation of Islam’s Historical Ties to Fascism?
Published: February 23, 1994


It was widely reported when Louis Farrakhan, head of the Nation of Islam, suspended Khalid Abdul Muhammad, who told an audience at Kean College of New Jersey that Jews are bloodsuckers, gays are sissies, and the Pope is a cracker.


Mr. Farrakhan rebuked the manner in which Mr. Muhammad delivered his message, but Mr. Farrakhan reaffirmed the “truths” of that message! Reporters speculate if this is a repudiation of bigotry or not. But they are silent about the history of the Nation of Islam on these subjects.


In the early 1960’s, at a large gathering of the Nation of Islam, the featured speaker was Elijah Muhammad, its leader. But the speaker just before him, addressing Elijah Muhammad’s followers, was George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi Party.


In the early 1960’s Malcolm X, as a Nation of Islam spokesman, mocked the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement. At the height of civil rights protest Malcolm traveled to the South, not to partake in civil rights protest, but to negotiate with leaders of the Ku Klux Klan on how to thwart the struggle for civil rights. This scene is omitted from Spike Lee’s film and from the recent PBS documentary on Malcolm X.
http://www.nytimes.com/1994/02/23/opinion/l-what-about-the-nation-of-islam-s-historical-ties-to-fascism-275972.html


Rev. Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam – PublicEye.org – The …Many of the key elements of a fascist political movement are present in the NOI, including theories of racial nationalism, racial superiority, organic leadership, and the appropriateness of authoritarian measures in support of public safety and security. The Fruit of Islam who surround Farrakhan as bodyguards reflect an attachment to military trappings, and help build a cult of personality around Minister Farrakhan himself. The demagoguery of Farrakhan and some of his key lieutenants periodically strays into scapegoating of Jews as evil conspirators. And if congruence with key elements of fascism is not alone persuasive, consider that members of the Nation of Islam have at times cooperated with white U.S. fascists around a shared interest in racial separatism and racial nationalism… dangerous… are the themes of authoritarianism and racial nationalism which underlie racial organicism. Reed warns that “because of his organization and ideology, however, Farrakhan more than his predecessors throws into relief the dangerous, fascistic presumptions inscribed at the foundation of that model.”
http://www.publiceye.org/rightwoo/rwooz9-36.html


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ADVOCATING GENOCIDE

Khalid Abdul Muhammad

In recent years, the words and deeds of Khalid Abdul Muhammad have been the focus of increasing public attention. A former national spokesman for the Nation of Islam (NOI), Muhammad’s outspoken rhetoric is exceedingly confrontational. His supporters seem to view his hateful diatribes as expressions of rage that traditional Black leaders are unable or unwilling to deliver; however, his numerous appearances at universities and rallies have proven to be little more than a platform for his virulent anti-Semitism and racism.


By 1985, Muhammad had become one of Minister Louis Farrakhan’s most trusted advisors in the Nation of Islam. He accompanied Farrakhan on fund-raising trips to Libya, where he became well acquainted with Muammar el-Qaddafi. Muhammad’s dedication to Farrakhan and to the racist message of the NOI eventually secured him the title of national spokesman.


The start of Muhammad’s notoriety was marked by a speech at New Jersey’s Kean College in November 1993. He referred to Jews as “bloodsuckers,” called for the genocide of white people, and demeaned both Pope John Paul II and homosexuals.

http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/anti-semitism/Khalid.html

Arab ‘anti-white’ racism

March 6, 2011

Arab Muslim racism against ‘whites’

* Sheik Hilali of Australia (branding the white ‘English’ race as “liars and oppressors.”) http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,21046724-601,00.html).


* The racist Arab gang-rapists, targeting white-Christian girls in that country (2002) calling them pigs http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2002/07/13/1026185124700.html.


* Saudi leader (about blue eyes Americans being his “slaves” http://books.google.com/books?id=sksAyRQTcWAC&pg=PA272)


* Qaddaf’s call for jihad in Zimbabwe by Muslims against ‘white’ farmers (2001) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/zimbabwe/1359436/Gaddafi-sends-thugs- to-help-Mugabe-fight-election-battle.html.


* The ‘rape jihad’ across Europe (2006) http://www.iris.org.il/blog/archives/757-Pan-European-Arab-Muslim-Gang-Rape-Epidemic.html 


* The Arab Muslim gangs attacking whites in France (2005) to ‘take revenge on whites…’ http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/005/446loxwa.asp 


* In 2006 Arab mob Kicked a white Man to death on crowded bus in Antwerp Belgium. http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/1130


* According to “top” Arab-Palestinian intellectual Edward Said: “Not only, for Said, is every European a racist, but he must necessarily be so.” http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/Read.aspx?GUID=2A18D144-3030-41EF-A28B-2695E2A68617


* Arab North-Africans in France reacted to Rachida Dati’s Nomination [as French Arab Justice Minister] “North African on the outside, bigoted Caucasian on the inside.” (2007) http://www.memri.org/bin/articles.cgi?Page=archives&Area=ia&ID=IA37107


* The AEL (Arab European League, which seeks Arab-Islamic domination) racism’s causing violence in Belgium.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/belgium/1414723/Arab-racist-sparked-riot-in-Antwerp -say-Belgians.html

anti Caucasian racist Arabism

Highlights of the racist Arab, Islamic fascist, butcher, brutal dictator: Muammar Gadhafi

February 25, 2011

Muammar Gaddafi
(Al-Gadhafi, Qaddafi)
(Mu’ammar Al-Qaddafi)

Highlights of the racist Arab, Islamic fascist, butcher and brutal dictator: Muammar Gadhafi:

  • 1) Planting the seeds in the 1970s for the recent genocide in the Sudan. Involved in the bloody violence there, early on.* His (pan-Arabism) ‘racist,’ ‘fascist’ influence on Al-Bashir and co., who brought the genocide upon non-Muslims first (pan-Islamism), then on non-Arabs in Sudan.* * In the 1980s, waving the banner of the “Arab Gathering” (Al tajammu al-arabi) – a “militantly racist and pan-Arabist
    organization.”* Evoking 1930s fascistic Arab supremacy,* and Arab superiority.* * He’s also known to be the biggest importer of black children slaves from the slave markets of Khartoum, Sudan.* The Arab Republic is a known source for Sudanese slaves, mostly women and children, who have been captured in the course of that country’s civil war.*
  • 2) Allied with the butcher of Uganda, culminating into strong fanatic ‘Islamic’ ties (Gadhafi himself a fanatical Muslim.* * Indeed, at the opening of ‘Idi Amin’s Dream Mosque, named after Qaddafi, the crowds chanted “long live Gaddafi”)*. Influencing anti-Jewish bigotry on the Ugandan leader.*
  • 3) Epitomizing his dictatorship and character, the 17 April 1984 shooting at 11 people and killing British policewoman Yvonne Fletcher amid a protest against his brutal regime,* which he “apologized” for, at the end.*
  • 4) Terrorism, the 1986 bombing of the La Belle Cafe in Berlin, Germany, the 1988 massacre – bombing of Pan-Am 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland (270 killed), which he personally ordered to,* and the 1989 downing of a French aircraft UTA Flight 772 (170 killed).* * * *
    In an October 4, 2003 speech, as he spoke of Libya’s work for the pan-Arab cause, accused the Arab countries of ingratitude, he said that women should be trained to carry out suicide operations in Baghdad and in Gaza.*

    In 2001, Gaddafi sent thugs to help (anti-white racist* * and persecutor of Anglican Christians* *) Mugabe fight election battle, the Libyan dictator urged Zimbabwe’s Asian Muslims to wage a jihad against Zimbabwe’s small white population.*

    In February 2010, he urged ‘holy war’ [jihad] against Switzerland.*
  • 5) Despicable alliance with L. Farrakhan.
    In February 1985, Qaddafi called on Black servicemen in the US Army to leave the military, create their own army, and fight “your racist oppressors.” Three months later, infamous anti-white racist *: L. Farrakhan of the “Nation of Islam” (he, his Nation of Islam organization have been described as fascist.* * * *) received $5 Billion dollars interest-free loan from Libya.* Farrakhan-Gadhafi alliance grew.* * In fact, it is common knowledge that the Nation of Islam receives considerable financial assistance from Sudan and Libya.*

    His relationship with the Libyan tyrant was described as if he were saying: oppressing Third World people is OK with me unless the oppressors happen to be white, like South Africa’s former rulers.* Farrakhan was the only known leader to have been supporting dictator Qaddafi (calling him a “friend,” after all, and that if he’s tried for crimes against humanity, so should be G. W. Bush…) at a time when everyone shunned him, as he was murdering his people for protesting against his oppressive rule in Feb. 2011.* The Islamic anti-Semite, in the same breath -naturally- has also managed somehow to blame the Jews, embedding his infamous distortion of history, as he often tries to rewrite history and minimizing the main force in slavery – Arab Muslim.* * *
    The typical hypocrite – hater Farrakhan -rather- supports Sudan’s Arab-Islamic slavery, the real slavery in our times.*
  • 6) In 1987 Qaddafi was accused by Chad’s President H. Habre of “bringing a truly racist crusade against Chad and Africa.”*
  • 7) In 1998, the UN spoke out against Libya’s Racial Discrimination.* In 2000 there was a serious upsurge in anti-African racist violent attacks in the Libyan Arab Republic. Thousands have fled.* * Still, today, Millions of blacks are treated with harsh racial discrimination (Arab Apartheid). They are referred to as “animals” and as “slaves.”* * *
  • 8) Showing his true racist* colors against both: blacks, and “white Christians,” he was “worried” of “Black Europe” and urged EU cash to stop African migrants. He said: “We don’t know what will happen, what will be the reaction of the white and Christian Europeans faced with this influx of starving and ignorant Africans…We don’t know if Europe will remain an advanced and united continent or if it will be destroyed, as happened with the barbarian invasions.”*
  • 9) The hypocritical [Qaddafi regime’s] chairing of the infamous anti-Israel bigoted so-called “anti-racism” conference, in Durban (2), 2010.*
  • 10) The massacres on thousands of his own people (using mass violence, arms and jet fighters on masses of civilian protesters). He’s accused of genocide (2011).* * *

Non-Arab and/or non-Muslims in the “Arab” world [Racist Arabism and bigoted Islamism]

May 10, 2009

Non-Arab and/or non-Muslims in the “Arab” world [Racist Arabism and bigoted Islamism]
eretzyisroel ^

Non-Arab and/or non-Muslims in the “Arab” world

One key element missing from the discussion is the question of non-Arab and/or non-Muslims in the “Arab” world. The Arab nationalists have succeeded in establishing some 23 non-democratic, ethnically (Arab) and religiously (Islam) defined nation-states in over 1 million square miles of territory, often at the expense of non-Arabs, such as the Kurds (Muslims, non-Arabs), Assyrians (Christians, non-Arabs), Copts (Christians, non-Arabs), southern Sudanese (Christian and pagan non-Arabs), Maronite Lebanese (Christian and mostly identified with their Phoenician ancestors) and Mizrahi Jews. Arab nationalist ideology claims all this territory exclusively as “Arab” despite the legitimate claims of non-Arabs and/or non-Muslims to ancient homelands long ago arabized with the spread of Islam, often through conquest.

I believe that the Arab opposition to the existence of non-Arab, non-Muslim Israel is based on the ideological motivations which led to the persecution of non-Arab minorities. The Assyrians suffered massacre and expulsion by the Arab nationalists of Iraq in the 1920s and 1930s. The Kurds have been persecuted and have suffered terribly for their struggle to establish an independent Kurdistan (at the hands of the Turks and Iranians as well, but that is another story.)

Arab nationalist ideology, and its Islamicist couterpart, cannot and will not tolerate non-Arab and non-Islamic peoples organizing themselves into their own independent nation states. Indeed, I have seen on Islamicist web sites the goal of “regaining” Spain in the name of Islam.

I believe that we need to place Israel’s struggle to survive into this context. Any non-Arab/non-Islamic state in the region must rely on strength (political, moral, spiritual and military) if it wants to survive in the Middle East. In this context can we thus place Israel’s demand for security. It is not security for the sake of security, not seucirty for the sake of oppressing another people, but security for the sake of survival against two racist and exclusivist ideologies (Arabism and Islamicism) which have succeeded in repressing the just struggles for national self-determination of most non-Arab peoples in the Middle East.

To this end, I highly recommend looking at the following web sites:

Assyrian Democratic MovementAssyrian International News Agency

Copts.Com

The World Lebanese Organization

Maronite Research Council

Kudistan web

http://www.eretzyisroel.org/~jkatz/nonarab.html