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4 days ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - The One Move That Migh... · 0 replies · +5 points

Just so you understand, it is not a question of believing or not believing what they say. There is certainly no reason to trust them, however, especially, when to do so would endanger the lives of the Israelis and the existence of Israel. We know that they hate Jews. This issue is Islamic doctrine which is very clear. There is no reason to suppose that Arabs or any other Moslems will flagrantly violate the sacred religious commands of their god and their prophet. Do you think they will do that?

5 days ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - The One Move That Migh... · 2 replies · +4 points

Yes, it is all irrelevant anyway, but hardly for the anti-Semitic reasons Daveed says. All the negotiations are irrelevant because it makes absolutely no difference what Israel does. Islamic sacred doctrine commands Moslems to make war on the Jews and either to subjugate them to Islamic rule or to kill them. Any Moslem who signs a peace treaty with Jews would have to violate the sacred commands of his god and his prophet. It takes two to make peace, but it takes only one to prevent peace. That one is the Islamic side -- not just the "Palestinians", but all of the Moslem countries.

4 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - Could \'Framework\' Of... · 0 replies · +6 points

This article, like all articles in the mainstream media about the "Middle East Conflict" is misleading. The basic conceptual error is seen in this phrase" “the increasing power of Muslim fundamentalism" as if Muslim fundamentalism is somehow separable from Islam. It is not. The root of the conflict over Israel is that the sacred texts of Islam, -- the Koran and the sayings of Muhammad -- both command Moslems to make war on the Jews and to either subjugate them or to kill them. The Hamas Charter makes this absolutely clear, and so does the PLO's Fatah. Therefore, in order to make peace with Israel, a Moslem would have to violate the sacred commands of his god and his prophet. No religious Moslem will do that, and no Moslem-majority country can do it, either. This is why no Moslem-majority country recognizes Israel's right to exist (which is very different from recognizing Israel's existence now for the purpose of dealing with it!). This is why Israel's deadliest enemy is the Islamic Republic of Iran which is not even Arab, let alone "Palestinian". When we understand Islamic sacred doctrines, we see that peace between religious Moslems and Jews is impossible, and it makes no difference which particular personalities are in charge.

4 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - Following \'Jewish \'P... · 0 replies · 0 points

A serious failing of all of the Jewish leaders, especially, Foxman, (perhaps with the exception of Mort Klein) is that they never came even close to exposing Islamic anti-semitism or educating our fellow Jews about that super-serious threat to the existence of Israel and Jews. They would never have been so kind to the Nazis by preventing the exposure of Nazis as anti-Semites, but they have no problem pretending that the Moslem religious establishment is not a threat to the Jews. In fact, our Jewish leaders bend over backwards to protect Islam from criticism even though Islamic anti-Semitism is obvious to anyone who has bothered to read the Hamas Charter, not to mention the Koran.

9 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - Abe Foxman Lauded by B... · 1 reply · -2 points

“For decades, Abe Foxman has been a tireless voice against anti-Semitism and prejudice in all of its forms..."

Hogwash! No, NOT in all its forms! In fact, he deliberately avoided speaking out against anti-Semitism where is it most dangerous and most prevalent, namely, in the Moslem community both at home and abroad. Islam is by far the greatest source of virulent and aggressive anti-Semitism in the world today. It is taught and preached in every mosque in the world because it is inherent in the sacred doctrines of Islam found in the Koran and the sayings of Muhammad. Foxman has done an enormous disservice to the Jewish community and to Israel by failing to expose Islamic anti-Semitism. Even worse, he took it upon himself to publicly denounce those brave people like Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer and others who risk their lives exposing Islamic anti-Semitism. Eternal shame on Foxman. It is high time he retired.

9 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - Finding New ADL Chief:... · 0 replies · -6 points

No, Foxman did NOT see anti-Semitism under ever rock! In fact, he deliberately avoided seeing anti-Semitism where is it most dangerous and most prevalent, namely, in the Moslem community both at home and abroad. Islam is by far the greatest source of virulent and aggressive anti-Semitism in the world today. It is taught and preached in every mosque in the world because it is inherent in the sacred doctrines of Islam found in the Koran and the sayings of Muhammad. Foxman has done an enormous disservice to the Jewish community and to Israel by failing to expose Islamic anti-Semitism. Even worse, he took it upon himself to publicly denounce those brave people like Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer and others who risk their lives exposing Islamic anti-Semitism. Eternal shame on Foxman. It is high time he retired.

10 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - Hillel Feud Over Pro-I... · 0 replies · +3 points

Sure, let's open the forum to Hamas and other Islamic anti-Semites who want to destroy Israel. And, don't forget the neo-Nazis. Yes, we surely need to hear their side, too, so that we can formulate educated opinions.

10 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - Hillel Feud Over Pro-I... · 1 reply · +1 points

Good for Hillel for standing its ground! Hillel is not obligated to provide a forum for people, Jews or non-Jews, who in any way ally themselves with Israel's enemies. Willy-nilly, Gershon has done that. Would he speak so lovingly about reconciliation with Nazi murderers, trying to understand what motivated the Nazi to murder Jews?

If Hillel is to be criticized, it is for not taking a strong stand against Islamic anti-Semitism which is the root of the conflict over Israel. The focus on "Palestinians" is misplaced. We are dealing with an Islamic holy war against the Jews, and that becomes plain from the Hamas Charter. This is not Hamas' "opinion". This is standard Islamic doctrine, and Hillel shold be helping to educate our Jewish students about this.

11 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - Pete Seeger\'s Yiddish... · 0 replies · +1 points

Seeger Pete is rightly criticized for his left-wing politics. Many communists eventually rejected Stalinism; so did Khrushchev. But, they, like Seeger, remained unreconstructed communists.And, as is unfortunately so typical of leftists, Seeger was also anti-Israel -- despite the so-called "Yiddishkeit" described in this article. The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions may have, itself been a nonviolent organization, but it supported the murderously anti-Semitic and terrorist Hamas.Seeger's support of Israel's mortal enemies is a stain forever on his memory.

15 weeks ago @ http://boston.forward.... - Radin on Why the Occup... · 0 replies · +3 points

Hogwash. Ending the so-called "occupation" will produce only a sovereign terrorist "Palestinian" state which will be more capable of pursuing the total war against Israel -- just as they, themselves, say that they will do. It is all very nice to speak about being "moral", but there is nothing moral about helping your mortal enemies to kill you.

Your statement about "...Israel’s denial of basic human rights to the Palestinians of the occupied territories.." is a flagrant lie. First of all, Gaza is not even "occupied" and has not been for many years. Most of Judea and Samaria is also not "occupied". The vast majority of "Palestinians" live in the non-occupied areas, and their own leaders are the ones who are denying them basic human rights. Don't blame it on Israel. Israel is ready to make peace any time, but the "Palestinians", both Hamas and the PLO, refuse to recognize Israel's right to exist. They are the ones who refuse to make peace. They are the ones who have raised three generations of their people in Jew-hatred and glorification of those who murder Jews. It takes two to make peace but only one to prevent peace. Israel is not that one.

By the way, the conflict is, contrary to the picture you paint, NOT a conflict between Palestinians and Israelis. It used to be called the "Arab-Israeli" conflict, bujt that was wrong, too, In fact, we are dealing with an Islamic holy war against the Jews. How else to explain the fact that not a single Moslem-majority country recognizes Israel's right to exist and that Israel's deadliest enemy is the Islamic Republic of Iran which is not even Arab, let alone "Palestinian"? If you read the Hamas Charter, you will see the Islamic religious basis for the total war against Israel. The Koran requires Moslems to make war agains the Jews (and Christians, too) until the Jews submit to Islamic subjugation. Their prophet, Muhammad, commanded Moslems to make war against the Jews and kill them. That is the reason for the conflict -- not borders and not settlements and not "occupation".