The Day of the Dhimmi is Done -
Michael Lumish, PhD, proprietor. (email@example.com)
They are "Nazis" in the loose sense of the word.That is, they often tend to be violent fascists who despise Jews and wish to see us dead for irrational political reasons. From a Jewish perspective that is pretty much a good a definition as any.No professional historian would refer to Palestinian-Arabs as Nazis because they are not National Socialists from 1930s Germany.Nonetheless, the Arabs in the Middle East tend to be violently and irrationally hostile to the Jews and they outnumber us by a factor of 60 or 70 to 1 in the region.The Nazis at least had the human decency to hide their intentions, knowing on some level that they were morally wrong, but the Jihadis in the Middle East could not care less.They are screaching for blood and destroying antiquities.They are ethnically-cleansing the Christians and burying the Yazidis alive.It is absolutely unbelievable what we are seeing today, Doodad.
The Baath party from which much of this stems was formed by Michel Aflaq in 1940 as an offshoot of the German Nazi party. He built the Baath party using the Nazis as a model and as a direct source of funding and organization.The Baath party in Iraq is where the Mufti went in 1941 after fleeing Egypt with the British army in pursuit. After helping the Baathists topple the Iraqi government they installed a short lived Baathist Nazi state.
True, but us non-professionals know that when it quacks like a duck and salutes like a Nazi, the DNA is shared. Probably fascists is a better word yet they adopt Nazi things like the Swastika, the Salute and ye old "Jews to the ovens," rhetoric, so.....The important thing is that Palestinians, via the Mufti, have a long and continued love affair with Nazis (as did many Arab nations.) And now, Bibi, although he may have mangled the truth a bit, has brought that association into the light again...just in case the world, as is its wont when it comes to Jew killing Palestinians, forgets. Good on him.
They are no less insidious than Nazis, especially in their rage. If they had the power they would surely carry out genocide.Many Palestinians, even if poisoned from birth, don't adhere to what their leadership and the activists do, but they are powerless for varied reasons.Those who give comfort to the leadership and activists, in the face of the atrocities, who fail to confront what has and continues to occur, waste their moral capital as a spendthrift.And when they waste it only with respect to Jews, they are bigots.
It seems to me, School, that we are at an exceedingly critical moment.No one knows what is going to be and all I know is that I would much prefer to see Israel take the initiative via its own security rather than hoping for the best and praying for sweet murmerings from western leaders.I hate to put it in such blunt terms, particularly given the fact that I am so far from the country, but I think it's time for Jewish-Israelis to fight back.
By exaggerating Husseini’s importance in the Holocaust, Netanyahu gave the media a means of attacking him. But by doing so, he forced the Times to report on the Palestinians’ founding father’s role in destroying European Jewry and his desire to carry out the Final Solution in the Middle East. They would have ignored the issue if Netanyahu had not exaggerated his actual role.Due to his “gaffe,” every Western media outlet reported on Husseini’s actions. Some even mentioned that in his PhD dissertation, current Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas said the Holocaust was both a myth and a joint Zionist-Nazi project. For most Westerners, this is the first they’ve heard of the fact that the Palestinian’s George Washington was a Nazi war criminal.Like I said, crazy as a fox. http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Column-One-Crazy-like-a-fox-429841
Thanks, Doodad.I intend to use Glick's piece in my Sun morning thing for EOZ and elsewhere.
Look fwd to it Mike. Glick is a smart lady.
Look at who the critics are. The NYT who's barely not a holocaust denier themselves.