Tuesday, May 15, 2012

The Theft of Jewish History

Mike L.

One of the fundamental characteristics of the Long Arab War against the Jews is the Arab-Muslim theft of Jewish history. I've written on this before and sooner or later will begin to fill in the "Theft" tag on the top of the page.

Today, as you are probably aware, is "Nakba Day," a holiday (of-sorts) in which Palestinians mourn their failure to slaughter the Jews at the end of November 1947, after the United Nations voted in favor of a further partition of Jewish land.

In Israel, today, Palestinian MK Ahmad Tibi said the following:

As far as the Palestinians are concerned, the Nakba is equivalent to the Destruction of the First and Second Temples. It's a traumatic event that transformed the Palestinian people from a people living in their homeland to refugees longing for the right to return to their homeland.

In other words, the Palestinians are the New Jews.

1 comment:

  1. Just saw this at MEMRI:

    Following are excerpts from an interview with former PA Mufti Sheik Ikrima Sabri, which aired on Al-Arabiya TV on May 11, 2012:

    Interviewer: Do you agree that in Jerusalem, there are places that are holy to the Muslims, the Jews and the Christians?

    Ikrima Sabri: No, not to the Jews. I didn't say to the Jews. Omar Ibn Al-Khattab didn't find any synagogues of the Jews. There weren't any.

    Interviewer: So in your opinion, today there are no places whatsoever in Jerusalem that are holy to the Jews?

    Ikrima Sabri: No, none. They build new synagogues, but there are no archaeological remains [pertaining to the Jews]. For many years, they have been digging for archaeological remains, but they haven't found anything. How can we acknowledge something when they themselves admit that they have found nothing?



    Gotta love the Palestinian narrative!