Realities of Jewish-Moslem Conflicts

The Moslems and the Leftists of the world can use every ruse available to them, but the reality doesn’t change.  The conflict in the Middle East has very little to do about “Israel’s settlements” or “Jewish occupation”.  The conflict is about Jews not willingly walking to the gas chambers.  The Hamas charter quotes Mohammad as saying: “The Day of Judgment will not come about until Muslims fight Jews and kill them. Then, the Jews will hide behind rocks and trees, and the rocks and trees will cry out: ‘O Muslim, there is a Jew hiding behind me, come and kill him.”  The simple fact is that hatred of Jews as the scapegoat is a major tenet of Moslem “culture”.  Charles Krauthammer had it right when he commented in the Washington Post:

Palestinian dispossession is a direct result of the Arab rejection, then and now, of a Jewish state of any size on any part of the vast lands the Arabs claim as their exclusive patrimony. That was the cause of the war 60 years ago that, in turn, caused the refugee problem. And it remains the cause of war today.

Israel’s crime is not its policies but its insistence on living. On the day the Arabs — and the Palestinians in particular — make a collective decision to accept the Jewish state, there will be peace, as Israel proved with its treaties with Egypt and Jordan. Until that day, there will be nothing but war. And every “peace process,” however cynical or well-meaning, will come to nothing.

Even the German magazine, Der Spiegel, recognizes the hatred spewed by all of the Moslem countries:

Adult viewers can enjoy video clips that use inspirational graphics and rousing music to glorify the act of committing a suicide bombing, while the evening lineup offers family entertainment with a series of films based on the classic anti-Semitic forgery “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”

In 2007 the German Interior Ministry published a study on the worldviews of “Muslims in Germany,” the most comprehensive of its kind to date, which confirmed this trend. According to the study, “anti-Semitic attitudes were found among young Muslims far more often than among non-Muslim immigrants or domestic non-Muslims.”…

During one excursion to the German Historical Museum, a group of Muslim youth gathered in front of a replica of a gas chamber in Auschwitz and applauded.

There is no reason to mince words. It’s actually quite simple: Moslems would like to complete what Hitler started.

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