Malay PM: Muslims Must Defeat Jews
- October 17, 2003
Unite against "Jewish World Domination"
says Malaysian Prime Minister
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad of Malaysia called
for the 1.3 billion Muslims of the world to unite
against "Jewish Global Domination" before it may be
too late for Islam. The Malaysian prime minister
said that the "Jews rule the world by proxy"
yesterday in his speech as chairman of the 10th
Session of the Organization of the Islamic Conference
that took place in Putrajaya, Malasia.
The democratic nation of Malaysia , has historically
been a strong critic of the Israeli occupation of
Palestine, the U.S.A. policy in the Middle East, the
war against Iraq and the U.S.A. unquestioned support
of the Jewish Zionist state. Prime Minister Mahathir
Mohamad has governed Malaysia for 22 years and has
been hugely successful in turning Malaysia into a
leading world trading nation.
The prime minister urged Muslims to unite and devise
more sophisticated plans against the Jews to win a
final victory. He said, "For well over half a century
we have fought over Palestine. What have we achieved?
Nothing. We are worse off than before. If we had
paused to think, then we could have devised a plan, a
strategy that can win us final victory." He added,
"The Jews invented socialism, communism, human
rights and democracy to avoid persecution and gain
control of the most powerful countries." The prime
minister said that "1.3 billion Muslims cannot be
defeated by a few million Jews."
The Rabbi Abraham Cooper of the Simon Weaselthal
Center in Los Angeles, said in Jerusalem that Prime
Minister Mahathir Mohamad's anti-Israel statements
were worrisome. Rabbi Cooper said, "What is
profoundly shocking and worrying is the venue of the
speech, the audience and coming in the time we're
living in." The Rabbi Cooper has been under scrutiny
in California after he received over 18 million
dollars from the California Speaker of the Assembly
without accounting for the money.
The globe's Muslim nations now realize that the "War
against Islam" by the United States is actually being
orchestrated by the extremely powerful "Bush Zionist
Cabal" and USA Jewry. The International Zionist
Movement now has a strong political and economic grip
of the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Australia and
other countries. They have accomplished "World
Domination" mostly through their control of the
international banking system and the international
media. In the USA, a few European Jewish banking
families actually control the privately owned
"Federal Reserve System". The Federal Reserve System
as well as the World Bank and the International
Monetary Fund through their control of "interest" on
loaned monies now have a multitude of the world
nations under economic servitude.
Musharraf meets Mahathir, Megawati
PUTRAJAYA, Oct 17: President General Pervez Musharraf on Friday met
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and discussed bilateral and
international issues and matters relating to restructuring of the
Organization of Islamic Conference.
"The meeting was excellent. We discussed the future of OIC,"
President Musharraf told journalists after the meeting which lasted
for almost an hour. He said they had total unanimity of views on the
issues discussed during the meeting.
The president also held separate meetings with Iranian President Syed
Mohammad Khatami, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Indonesian President
Megawati Sukarnoputri, Lebanese Prime Minister Rafique Al Hareri and
Tajikistan President M. Rahmanov.
They discussed bilateral and international issues with particular
reference to the situation in the region. Talking to newsmen,
President Musharraf termed his talks with the Indonesian
leader "excellent" and said there was a total unanimity of views on
all the subjects. -APP/PPI
OIC states urged to work for improving Islam's image
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OIC states urged to work for improving Islam's image
PUTRAJAYA, Oct 16: Muslim nations must take steps to erase the smear
associating their religion with violence, especially after 9/11,
Muslim leaders said on Thursday.
A summit of the Organization of the Islamic Conference heard that
such an image must be countered by addressing the root causes of
fanaticism and zealotry and by a campaign against the general
association of Islam with acts of violence.
Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the Emir of Qatar, opening the
summit, noted that Muslim countries had also rejected acts of
terrorism. "In this respect, we declare our support of, and backing
to all measures taken to put an end to this phenomenon, and our
resolve to positively contribute to the international efforts to this
"At the same time, we reject dealing with double standards with this
phenomenon, or relating it to any specific religion or culture," he
"The more serious challenge ... facing our Muslim peoples is the
unjust accusations that Islam and Muslims are being subjected to, and
the continuous efforts to link Islam and Muslims with terrorism,"
Jordan's King Abdullah said.
President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan said the OIC "has to tell the
world that terrorism does not represent Islam, that terrorism is the
enemy of Islam."
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said there was an urgent need for
Muslim countries to explain Islam at home and abroad, as well as
combat distortions by some Western institutions.
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri said terrorist acts "have
not only caused loss in human life and property but also have created
false perceptions about Islam as a religion of violence and
Mozambique President Joaquim Chissano, chairman of the African Union,
called for a coordinated effort to combat the menace under the
auspices of the United Nations.
OIC Secretary-General Abdelouahed Belkeziz said "smear campaigns and
blatant discrimination" against Muslims in some countries had
intensified after the September 2001 attacks on New York's twin
towers and the Pentagon in Washington, which were blamed on Al Qaeda.
"More damaging to the reputation of Islam and Muslims is the upsurge
in religious extremism, fanaticism and zealotry, which have been
recently associated with violence and terrorism," he said, citing the
Bali attacks and other bombings in Riyadh and Casablanca.
PALESTINE ISSUE: The leaders voiced support for beleaguered
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, but Malaysian Prime Minister
Mahathir Mohamad said the Palestinians should stop violence.
Dr Mahathir hinted that the Palestinians should drop all violence
against the Israelis and negotiate even if the terms were unfair.
"I am aware that all these ideas will not be popular. Those who are
angry would want to reject it out of hand. They would even want to
silence anyone who makes or supports this line of action," he said.
He called on Muslims to emulate the Jewish response to oppression in
Europe. "We cannot fight them through brawn alone, we must use our
brains also." Qatar Emir Sheikh Hamad called on the international
community to provide protection for the Palestinians and a
condemnation of Israel's decision to expel Mr Arafat.
He said Israel should pull out from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip,
Syria's Golan heights and territories claimed by Lebanon, for peace
to be achieved.
Arab League chief Amr Mussa supported Dr Mahathir's comments, adding
that Muslim states had already said they wanted peace.
The OIC would ask the European Union, Russia, the UN and the United
States to continue working towards peace in the Middle East and
implementation of the roadmap, said the draft resolution approved by
OIC foreign ministers.
PUTIN: Russian President Vladimir Putin pledged to continue with
political reforms in Chechnya during a surprise appearance as a
speaker at the opening session.
"I want to assure everyone present in this hall that we will continue
to increase our efforts on political stabilization in the republic,
involving all political forces and in the interests of all residents
of Chechnya," he said.
The Russian leader won warm applause from the Muslim leaders when he
said through an interpreter that terrorism should not be equated to
Mr Putin said Russia was keen on deepening its ties with the OIC,
saying his country's participation would "add to the rich spectrum"
of the OIC and introduce the voice of Russia's Muslims to the group.
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan, in a message to the
conference delivered by an aide, warned that "extremist dogmas are
gaining ground, impeding the progress of the entire (Muslim
community) and threatening the security of the people all over the
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