by Hank Roth
"They are accursed in heaven and on earth. They are accursed from the day the human race was created and from the day their mothers bore them. They are accursed also because they murdered the Prophets. ... These accursed ones are a catastrophe for the human race. They are the virus of the generation, doomed to a life of humiliation and wretchedness until Judgment Day. ... Their history always was and always will be stained with treachery, falseness, and lying. ... Thus, the Jews are accursed - the Jews of our time, those who preceded them and those who will come after them, if any Jews come after them." - Official Egyptian daily newspaper Al-Akhbar, in a recent column titled "Accursed Forever and Ever" by Fatma Abdallah Mahmoud
Canada's Prime Minister Jean Chretien refused to condemn Mahathir's antisemitic remarks. Antisemitism is alive and well in 2003. Why is there a reluctance to condemn it? Why is the left so quick to raise their banners for peace and justice and against racism, but not against antisemitism?
Whistleblower Magazine (from WMD) says that Hitler is not really dead and they are right. Hitler is alive in spirit and lives in people like Mohamad Mahathir and in Yasser Arafat and Osama bin Laden - and also Bashar al-Assad, who can accuse the Jews of killing Christ when meeting with the Pope and the left remains quiet as usual. There is a hatred so intense and so Nazi-like very much alive and well in the terrorists of Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Muslim Brotherhood, al-Aqsa MArtyres Brigade, al-Qaeda, and so many others who are not only supported by Muslim masses but also by their leaders and Iran, Syria and Saudi Araba --- and the left is quiet.
"The reason that Jesus Christ hasn't returned for judgment since being murdered by the Jews 2,000 years ago is because not one single white person from the seed of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob has stood up and exposed Satan and his devils. Only true white blood is recognized by God, even as Noah was 'perfect in his generations.' Satan and his devils now face Jesus's wrath! Brainwashed evil white politicians, clergy, teachers, professors, and other traitor white collaborators will be transformed into Niggers by Jesus and cast into Hell and tortured forever!" - White supremacist group in Illinois
Mortimer B. Zuckerman, editor at U.S. News & World Report writes:
(11-03-2003 - "Graffiti On History's Walls") "Just as historic anti-Semitism has denied individual Jews the right to live as equal members of society, anti-Zionism would deny the collective expression of the Jewish people, the State of Israel, the right to live as an equal member of the family of nations. Israel's policies are thus subjected to criticism that causes it to be singled out when others in similar circumstances escape any criticism at all. Surely if any other country were bleeding from terrorism as Israel is today, there would be no question of its right to defend itself. But Israel's efforts merely to protect its own citizens are routinely portrayed as aggression."
Israel is a democracy and criticism is expected in a democracy. The government is constantly examining it's policies and subjects itself to constant criticism and changes in policy. No other country in the Middle East is as open and as self-critical as Israel - yet every criticism is magnified and repeated by the left and Israel's other detractors. But the left is quiet about the obvious contravention of human rights and abuses of the totalitarian Islamic regimes. Israel is called racist because it is a "Jewish" state (a term denoting nationalism) whereas every one of the Islamic countries in the region, all 22 of them are Islamic and the term denotes religion yet they are never labeled racist by the left and the world community. The charge of racism against Israel was overturned and was not appropriate in the first place, yet those on the left, while quiet about the racism of Muslim countries continues to accuse Israel of a charge which does not apply and never did.
"The new anti-Semitism transcends boundaries, nationalities, politics, and social systems. Israel has become the object of envy and resentment in much the same way that the individual Jew was once the object of envy and resentment. Israel, in effect, is emerging as the collective Jew among nations. After more than half a century of Holocaust education, hundreds of courses in high schools and colleges, and thousands of books dedicated to exposing its evils, traditional anti-Semitism as a domestic issue had all but disappeared in much of the world. "The Jewish problem" was no longer defined by what happened to the Jews of Germany or France or Poland or Russia. Instead, in Europe and the Muslim world--even in Asia--traditional anti-Semitism has lately re-emerged as anti-Zionism, focused on the Jews of Israel, the role of Israel, and, for some, on Jews in the United States who support Israel." (Zuckerman)