Evidently, according to Arab Resource and Organizing Center spokeswoman Lara Kiswani, a security team was needed to protect Reems from these dangerous Jews. (Excuse me while I wipe the coffee from my monitor.) Kiswani, of course ripped posters from the hands of at least one of these dangerous Jews last time. Probably thought the posters contained Ricin or something.
Evidently the security team worked since from all reports the event was peaceful and not one of those dangerous Jews set off a suicide bomb in the hopes of getting their own mural in some Dangerous Jew Kosher restaurant someday.
And now I need to go pop a few Advil because of all the head shaking I have been doing.
“The conquests of Islam made Jews the subjects of Arab and Muslim rulers in a wide swath of land, stretching from the Atlantic coast of Morocco to the Hindu Kush mountains of Afghanistan.ReplyDelete
Being non-Muslims, these Jews held the inferior status of dhimmi, which, despite giving them protection to worship according to their own faith, subjected them to many vexatious and humiliating restrictions in their daily lives.”
SOURCE: In Ishmael’s House: A History of Jews in Muslim Lands (introduction chapter, page xx) by Martin Gilbert, year 2010, published by Yale University Press
“In the 5th century [of the Common Era] Yemen [the land immediately south of Saudi Arabia] adopted Judaism as its religion. King Ab Karib Asad, the ruler of the Himyarite kingdom, introduced the change after converting to Judaism himself under the influence of Jews at his court. Many south Arabian converts to Judaism followed. Jewish rule in Yemen lasted almost 100 years.”
SOURCE: In Ishmael’s House: A History of Jews in Muslim Lands (chapter 1, page 5) by Martin Gilbert, year 2010, published by Yale University Press
“Internal Koranic evidence shows that the Jews of Medina [a city now in Saudi Arabia] were steeped in rabbinical tradition. While celebrating him [Mohammed] as an unlearned person, the hadith [Islamic holy books] acknowledges that Mohammed was confounded by the learned questions of these Jews.”
SOURCE: In Ishmael’s House: A History of Jews in Muslim Lands (chapter 2, page 13) by Martin Gilbert, year 2010 CE, published by Yale University Press
Chaim Weizmann, the first President of Israel said:ReplyDelete
"The real opponents of Zionism can never
be placated by any diplomatic formula:
their objection to the Jews is that the Jews exist,
and in this particular case, they exist in Palestine."
Chaim Weizmann was born in 1874 CE and died in 1952 CE.
Retired Lt General Tom Kelly
(Chief of Operations of the 1991 Gulf War) said:
“I cannot defend this land [Israel] without
that terrain [the West Bank]...
Without the West Bank, Israel is only 8 miles wide
at its narrowest point. That makes it indefensible.”
The Jewish Connection Magazine, 2012 January 6 edition, page 14, article titled:
The 2012 Arab Street Driven Security Requirements
written by retired Ambassador Yoram Ettinger
LAND FOR PEACE:
"…Britain and France [in year 1938 CE] pressured Czechoslovakia to give its Sudeten region to Germany
[in other words, land in exchange for peace]."
SOURCE: Churchill and America (page 169)
by Martin Gilbert, year 2005
Good. Maybe like in Berkeley free speech will cost them $600,000.ReplyDelete
There was a security team there?ReplyDelete
I did not notice.
"So we have a security team prepared to make sure that no one is harmed,” Kiswani said.ReplyDelete
The development of the team, whose members have trained in de-escalation techniques, has helped shield the bakery in the wake of several protests last summer, Kiswani said."
As usual, "Mister Cohen" kills all the interesting discussion without moving the ball down the field.ReplyDelete
Please say what you mean. Do you find his links uninformative? Please describe what moving the ball down the field looks like. I think you would need a team, and that team would understand the game, and have a ball to move down the field. (Goodness, I just hate football analogies. How about hitting the ball over the fence with the bases loaded?)Delete
It's not that your input is unwelcome, but if you are going to complain about one of the contributors here, could you at last identify yourself as something other than "anonymous" and be a little more specific as to just what you mean?