Re: Please restore my faith
- I just saw this. I guess AliZ never heard of the late Mufti of
Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, a hero to most Palestinian
nationalists, yet a Nazi collaborator who went to Berlin during WII
and whose ranting diatribes against Jews and the British alike was a
regular feature of the Arabic section of the Voice of Berlin. So put
that in your pipe and smoke it.
--- In wtcattack@y..., "AliZ" <alizaoua2000@y...> wrote:
> This is a typical one sided view of the conflict. European states
> have done far more against the jewish People than the "muslims"
> and the "arabs" could ever hope to do, yet this fact is always
> coveniently side stepped by many jews and israelis as some sort of
> excuse to justify their angst-driven behavior, thus continuing the
> demonization of the "muslims" and "arabs" in a vicious cycle, ad
> Neither Palestine nor the Arabs has had anything to do with the
> deplorable 2nd class status that many Jewss have found themselves
> over Europe - but those European "beacons of civilisation" do bare
> responsibility. Palestinians did not massacre several million
> civilians in the space of a few short years in Germany in the early
> 40s, but the late Fuhrer Hitler did. Palestine did not commit
> practical genocide against Jews and bulldoze to the ground their
> synaguoges, but the late Communist President Stalin did.
> And so on and so forth.
> Yes, palestinian warriors have committed some horrendous things
> against Israelis, but compared to what the European states
> have done to their own jewish citizens, it is nothing - a night and
> day difference, as a matter of fact. Palestine (which btw is not
> going to go away) is merely an excuse and crutch for many jews to
> seek revenge elsewhere, nothing more. To argue that arab support
> Palestine precipitated the clash of civilisations , is not only
> offensive, but an outright red herring; a red herring no less which
> seeks to somehow tacitly endorse a future genocide.
> --- In wtcattack@y..., "Nima Hazini" <lotusapt@w...> wrote:
> > This is a typical one sided view of the conflict. Arab states
> > done far more against the Muslims (and Palestinians) than
> the "Jews"
> > and "Israel" could ever hope to do, yet this fact is always
> > coveniently side stepped by many Muslims and Palestinians as some
> > sort of excuse to justify their angst-driven behavior, thus
> > continuing the demonization of the "Jew" and "Israel" in a
> > cycle, ad nauseum.
> > Neither Israel nor the Jew has had anything to do with the
> > deplorable 2nd class status that many Palestinian Muslims have
> > themselves in Arab countries - but those Arab governments do bare
> > responsibility. Israel did not massacre several thousand
> > fedayin in the space of a few short weeks in Jordan in the early
> > but the late King Hussein did. Israel did not commit practical
> > genocide against Muslims and bulldoze to the ground the town of
> > in Syria in 1982, but the late Baathist President Hafiz al-Assad
> > And so on and so forth.
> > Yes, Israeli governments have committed some horrendous things
> > against Palestinians, but compared to what the Arab states
> > have done to their own Muslims and Palestinian refugees, it is
> > nothing - a night and day difference, as a matter of fact. Israel
> > (which btw is not going to go away) is merely an excuse and
> > for many Muslims and Palestinians to vent upon, nothing more. To
> > argue that America's support for Israel precipitated the 9-11
> > terrorist attack on the WTC in NY, is not only offensive, but an
> > outright red herring; a red herring no less which seeks to
> > tacitly endorse those attacks.
> > cheers,
> > Nima