Thursday, August 9, 2012

"People Who Thirst for the Blood of the Jews" (Update)

Mike L.

The pure stupidity of the progressive-left when it comes to this issue is simply mind-boggling.

Here we have a Muslim imam quite literally calling for the slaughter of the Jews and, yet, if I say, "Hey! Look! There's an imam killing for the slaughter of the Jews" it makes me the bad guy.


And, as it turns out, this very imam has opened something called the American Center For Islamic Research in Hilliard, Ohio.

Not Ramallah or Cairo or Riyadh, but Ohio.

Furthermore, it's considered a "foundation" which thus is an "organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public."

In the video below from a few years back he claims that 9/11 was essentially carried out by the US government in order to justify world domination.

He was also, apparently, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood who was denied US citizenship.

Dr. Salah Sultan (aka Solah Sultan, Sallah Sultan) had left the U.S. following negative press reports in the U.S. media which led the authorities there to suspend his application for American citizenship and, as discussed in a previous post, relocated to Bahrain in 2007. Dr Sultan’s online resume indicates that he is or was a member of several important U.S. and European Muslim Brotherhood organizations...

Perhaps Barack Obama will invite him to the White House for tea and cookies.


  1. My only question, I guess, is what's his user name on Daily Kos?

    And if he's not there yet, what's he waiting for?! He'd be a sure-fire hit over there. He and Sandra Tamari can commiserate over how racist the US and Israel are, for not embracing terrorists and those who love them...

    1. Ayup.

      We have got a huge problem on our hand.

      Our movement, the progressive movement, has made a home of itself if not for Jihadis, then certainly for fellow travelers.

      And that, unless we be dhimmis, leaves us out.

      So, what do we do?

      It seems to me that the only real answer is that of reevaluation. That's where we start. We reevaluate our political alliances. This does not mean that we need to become Republicans or even conservatives, but it does mean that we stop supporting ideologies and institutions that provide venues for things like BDS.

      We need to rid ourselves of partisan biases and befriend groups and individuals who are friendly toward us... friendly toward the Jews as a group... which essentially means friendly toward the state of Israel.

      "Israel" is the Jewish state, but it is also the Jewish nation and thus the Jewish people. One cannot be an enemy to the state of Israel and yet somehow consider oneself a friend to the Jewish people. For this reason we should not support any ideologies or organizations or venues that provide a home for anti-Zionists or Israel Haters.


      Full stop.

    2. What should Jewish people in the U.S. do?

      Join with, and work with, people who -- especially authentically liberal people who -- are aware of the reality of the contemporary Islamic Jihad.

      Eric Allen Bell's new web site (very good information resource (very good articles by Eric Allen Bell and by others, videos, user discussion group, user-made blogs; a social media site for people who are aware of the reality of the contemporary Islamic Jihad; and contains interviews with Eric Allen Bell on ("alternative" (non-Mainstream-media)) media outlets; update feed)):

    3. This -

      "This does not mean that we need to become Republicans or even conservatives, but it does mean that we stop supporting ideologies and institutions that provide venues for things like BDS."


      That's precisely what I've done. I've opted out of the online 'progressive' community (which I'd argue is at least 90% or so of the real problem - I don't think other 'real life' progressive movements like Transition or the Drinking Liberally or community gardening / urban farming* groups, etc, are nearly as welcoming to, or as full of, antisemitic self-proclaimed 'anti-Zionists'** as the blogs are), but I'm still involved with the same 'real life' groups I've always been, and still doing the same type of volunteer work I've always done.

      I've just stopped lending legitimacy to fora where antisemites are not only tolerated, but are also apparently allowed to proclaim their 'values' as the highest form of 'progress.'


      *I'm involved with many of these myself, and never have I once encountered even a whiff of antisemitism from groups which are focused on sustainability and bringing fresh produce to the inner city and other food deserts; so I have to ask, why are online 'progressive' communities so open to being co-opted by these groups? Obviously, it's got something to do with the ease of insinuating bad motives into groups where personal contact rarely, if ever happens, vis a vis being able to do so in real face-to-face communities. Which is why they so often fail to bring BDS to coops via votes, imo. All of this is simply to say, I guess, that in the end things aren't probably as bad as they seem just by looking at places like HuffPo or Daily Kos or their international equivalents.

      **who the fuck are they to pass judgment on Jewish national self-determination, anyway?

    4. An article written, in 2002, by the late Orianna Falaci -- an Italian journalist who opposed fascism, and who fought against fascism, and who fought, as a partisan, against the Nazi-German-allied Fascist regime of Italy during World War II, and who, in the 1960's, in being, at that time, a trendy Leftist, supported "the 'Palestinian' cause":

      Sull Antisemitismo - Io trovo vergognoso (Vergognosi gli attacchi a Israele)

      (On Antisemitism - I find it shameful (Shameful attacks on Israel)),

      by Orianna Falaci

      An audio recording of a reading of the article, a reading by Oriana Fallaci:

      Part 1 of 2

      Part 2 of 2

      The text of the article:


      "...I find it shameful (we're back in Italy) that state-run television stations contribute to the resurgent anti-Semitism, crying only over Palestinian deaths while playing down Israeli deaths, glossing over them in unwilling tones.

      "I find it shameful that in their debates they [state-run television stations in Italy] host with much deference the scoundrels with turban or kaffiah who yesterday sang hymns to the slaughter at New York and today sing hymns to the slaughters at Jerusalem, at Haifa, at Netanya, at Tel Aviv. I find it shameful that the press does the same, that it is indignant because Israeli tanks surround the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, that it is not indignant because inside that same church two hundred Palestinian terrorists well armed with machine guns and munitions and explosives (among them are various leaders of Hamas and Al-Aqsa) are not unwelcome guests of the monks (who then accept bottles of mineral water and jars of honey from the soldiers of those tanks). I find it shameful that, in giving the number of Israelis killed since the beginning of the Second Intifada (four hundred and twelve) [approximately one thousand by the year 2005], a noted daily newspaper found it appropriate to underline in capital letters that more people are killed in their traffic accidents. (Six hundred a year)."


    5. "...I find it shameful that almost all of the left, the left that twenty years ago permitted one of its union processionals to deposit a coffin (as a Mafioso warning) in front of the synagogue of Rome, forgets the contribution made by the Jews to the fight against fascism. Made by Carlo and Nello Rossini, for example, by Leone Ginzburg, by Umberto Terracini, by Leo Valiani, by Emilio Sereni, by women like my friend Anna Maria Enriques Agnoletti who was shot at Florence on June 12, 1944, by seventy-five of the three-hundred-thirty-five people killed at the Fosse Ardeatine, by the infinite others killed under torture or in combat or before firing squads. (The companions, the teachers, of my infancy and my youth.) I find it shameful that in part through the fault of the left--or rather, primarily through the fault of the left (think of the left that inaugurates its congresses applauding the representative of the PLO, leader in Italy of the Palestinians who want the destruction of Israel)--Jews in Italian cities are once again afraid. And in French cities and Dutch cities and Danish cities and German cities, it is the same. I find it shameful that Jews tremble at the passage of the scoundrels dressed like suicide bombers just as they trembled during Krystallnacht, the night in which Hitler gave free rein to the Hunt of the Jews. I find it shameful that in obedience to the stupid, vile, dishonest, and for them extremely advantageous fashion of Political Correctness, the usual opportunists - or better the usual parasites - exploit the word Peace. That in the name of the word Peace, by now more debauched than the words Love and Humanity, they absolve one side alone of its hate and bestiality. That in the name of a pacifism (read conformism) delegated to the singing crickets and buffoons who used to lick Pol Pot's feet they incite people who are confused or ingenuous or intimidated. Trick them, corrupt them, carry them back a half-century to the time of the yellow star on the coat. These charlatans who care about the Palestinians as much as I care about the charlatans. That is not at all.

      "I find it shameful that many Italians and many Europeans have chosen as their standard-bearer the gentleman (or so it is polite to say) Arafat. This nonentity who thanks to the money of the Saudi Royal Family plays the Mussolini ad perpetuum and in his megalomania believes he will pass into History as the George Washington of Palestine. This ungrammatical wretch who when I interviewed him was unable even to put together a complete sentence, to make articulate conversation. So that to put it all together, write it, publish it, cost me a tremendous effort and I concluded that compared to him even Ghaddafi sounds like Leonardo da Vinci. This false warrior who always goes around in uniform like Pinochet, never putting on civilian garb, and yet despite this has never participated in a battle. War is something he sends, has always sent, others to do for him. That is, the poor souls who believe in him. This pompous incompetent who playing the part of Head of State caused the failure of the Camp David negotiations, Clinton's mediation.


    6. "No-no-I-want-Jerusalem-all-to-myself. This eternal liar who has a flash of sincerity only when (in private) he denies Israel's right to exist, and who as I say in my book contradicts himself every five minutes. He always plays the double-cross, lies even if you ask him what time it is, so that you can never trust him. Never! With him you will always wind up systematically betrayed. This eternal terrorist who knows only how to be a terrorist (while keeping himself safe) and who during the Seventies, that is when I interviewed him, even trained the terrorists of Baader-Meinhof. With them, children ten years of age. Poor children. (Now he trains them to become suicide bombers. A hundred baby suicide bombers are in the works: a hundred!). This weathercock who keeps his wife at Paris, served and revered like a queen, and keeps his people down in the shit. He takes them out of the shit only to send them to die, to kill and to die, like the eighteen year old girls who in order to earn equality with men have to strap on explosives and disintegrate with their victims. And yet many Italians love him, yes. Just like they loved Mussolini. And many other Europeans do the same.

      "I find it shameful and see in all this the rise of a new fascism, a new Nazism. A fascism, a Nazism, that much more grim and revolting because it is conducted and nourished by those who hypocritically pose as do-gooders, progressives, communists, pacifists, Catholics or rather Christians, and who have the gall to label a warmonger anyone like me who screams the truth. ..."


    7. A video of a recent brief interview with Kasim Hafeez -- a Pakistani-British, liberal secular, truly "moderate" Muslim (non-Sharia-proponent Muslim (non-orthodox Muslim)), former anti-Jewish racist, former Jihadi-ideology-indoctrinated, now advocate for Israel:

      Muslim & Zionist! Kasim Hafeez: "Israel is the only liberal democracy in ME"


      "I've always said that, with Israel advocacy, we're not getting the truth out there..." "...It's very sad. It really is; because a lot of this hatred and intolerance comes from ignorance. People do not know the facts..." "...Israel can do no right in the U.K. press. Israel always is wrong, and everything always has a very negative slant. It's become very 'black and white', where the 'Palestinians' are right, and Israel is wrong...again, it's helping poisoning people towards Israel because they're not being told the truth of the conflict. ..." "...I think there's a case of: 'if you tell the lie enough times, people accept it as being true'; and, people just don't know; and, it's so key that we get the facts out there. You know, we're sitting here in the Middle East's only liberal democracy, where there are no restriction on what people can believe. People vote for their leaders. People of all colors, all races, all backgrounds co-exist here...and, people just don't know. So, we need to get the truth out there. We have to show, especially in Europe, that this is a liberal democracy. This is the ideals that bind us together; and if we don't stand up for liberal democracy, then what are we really -- what are we standing up for?"


    8. And Again:

      An article by Mudar Zahran -- a 'Palestinian' Arab writer and academic from Jordan who currently lives in the U.K. as a political refugee:

      Anti-Semitism 2.0, by Mudar Zahran

      "The concept of the 'evil Jew' has made a well-disguised comeback: Criticizing Israel and Zionists, is now deemed a legitimate option to cursing Jews and Judaism. Not only is it open, socially acceptable and legal, but it can actually bring prosperity and popularity. This new form of anti-Semitism 2.0 is well-covered-up, harder to trace and poses a much deeper danger to the modern way of life of the civilized world than the earlier crude form of it, as it slowly and gradually works on delegitimizing Jews to the point where it eventually becomes acceptable to target Jews, first verbally, then physically -- all done in a cosmopolitan style where the anti-Semites are well-groomed speakers and headline writers in jackets and ties; and not just Arab, but American and European, from 'sanitized' news coverage of the most bloodthirsty radicals, to charges against Israel in which facts are distorted, selectively omitted or simply untrue, as in former President Jimmy Carter's book on Israel. ..."

    9. Must Watch:

      AMERICA IN CRISIS SECURITY BRIEF: Muslim Brotherhood In The Government by John Guandolo (1of13)

      (courtesy of Eric Allen Bell ( ))