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Originally posted by g2v12
In 1930s Germany the National Socialist propaganda media began its campaign of nationalism by claiming that Jews were a threat. They said Jews were going to control all of Europe and that they were hiding behind symbols of religion and piousness. They were a threat to the world.
There was the National Socialist Party's publication in the form of a child's story book, Der Giftpilz (The Poisonous Mushroom), which compared Jews to mushrooms. The analogy conceptualized that like a Jew, one could not tell which mushrooms were poisonous.
NSP media also published through a news paper, Der Stürmer (The Attacker), anti-Semitic caricatures and portrayals of Jews as categorical stereotypes engaging in activities such as blood libel (using infant's blood in sacrificial rituals), pornography, anti-Catholic, anti-capitalist and more.
Does all of this sound familiar? Your posts are filled with all sorts of ludicrous accusations about Muslims that are simply unfounded and obviously beyond the scope of your own reasoning capacity to discover.
Militancy doesn't define life for the ninety nine percent of the Muslim population anymore than YOUR particular group is defined by pedophilia, infidelity, murder, sexual perversion, spousal abuse, ignorance and so on.
Originally posted by redneck13
1945. The end of Nazi Germany and the so-called "Final Solution," the Nazi program to exterminate the Jews. But was it the end? A German professor says that the spirit of the Final Solution did not die with the Nazi regime, but was passed to Israel's enemies in the Middle East.
He says of Israel's enemies today: "They're not the Nazis. It's not the same, and Auschwitz was a singular crime. There are no gas chambers and stuff like this. But you can say the ideology of the Nazis is still alive and you see it by the arbitrary killing of Jews."
One of the men most responsible for bringing Nazi style anti-Semitism to the Middle East was the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, the highest Muslim authority in Palestine and an ardent admirer of the Nazis
Violence Against Jews
At various times, Jews in Muslim lands were able to live in relative peace and thrive culturally and economically. The position of the Jews was never secure, however, and changes in the political or social climate would often lead to persecution, violence and death. Jews were generally viewed with contempt by their Muslim neighbors; peaceful coexistence between the two groups involved the subordination and degradation of the Jews.
When Jews were perceived as having achieved too comfortable a position in Islamic society, anti-Semitism would surface, often with devastating results: On December 30, 1066, Joseph HaNagid, the Jewish vizier of Granada, Spain, was crucified by an Arab mob that proceeded to raze the Jewish quarter of the city and slaughter its 5,000 inhabitants. The riot was incited by Muslim preachers who had angrily objected to what they saw as inordinate Jewish political power.
Similarly, in 1465, Arab mobs in Fez slaughtered thousands of Jews, leaving only 11 alive, after a Jewish deputy vizier treated a Muslim woman in "an offensive manner." The killings touched off a wave of similar massacres throughout Morocco.(6)
Other mass murders of Jews in Arab lands occurred in Morocco in the 8th century, where whole communities were wiped out by Muslim ruler Idris I; North Africa in the 12th century, where the Almohads either forcibly converted or decimated several communities; Libya in 1785, where Ali Burzi Pasha murdered hundreds of Jews; Algiers, where Jews were massacred in 1805, 1815 and 1830 and Marrakesh, Morocco, where more than 300 hundred Jews were murdered between 1864 and 1880.(7)
Decrees ordering the destruction of synagogues were enacted in Egypt and Syria (1014, 1293-4, 1301-2), Iraq (854-859, 1344) and Yemen (1676). Despite the Koran's prohibition, Jews were forced to convert to Islam or face death in Yemen (1165 and 1678), Morocco (1275, 1465 and 1790-92) and Baghdad (1333 and 1344).(8)
As distinguished Orientalist G.E. von Grunebaum has written:
It would not be difficult to put together the names of a very sizeable number of Jewish subjects or citizens of the Islamic area who have attained to high rank, to power, to great financial influence, to significant and recognized intellectual attainment; and the same could be done for Christians. But it would again not be difficult to compile a lengthy list of persecutions, arbitrary confiscations, attempted forced conversions, or pogroms.(9)
The situation of Jews in Arab lands reached a low point in the 19th century. Jews in most of North Africa (including Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Morocco) were forced to live in ghettos. In Morocco, which contained the largest Jewish community in the Islamic Diaspora, Jews were made to walk barefoot or wear shoes of straw when outside the ghetto. Even Muslim children participated in the degradation of Jews, by throwing stones at them or harassing them in other ways. The frequency of anti-Jewish violence increased, and many Jews were executed on charges of apostasy. Ritual murder accusations against the Jews became commonplace in the Ottoman Empire.(10)
By the twentieth century, the status of the dhimmi in Muslim lands had not significantly improved. H.E.W. Young, British Vice Consul in Mosul, wrote in 1909:
The attitude of the Muslims toward the Christians and the Jews is that of a master towards slaves, whom he treats with a certain lordly tolerance so long as they keep their place. Any sign of pretension to equality is promptly repressed.(11)
The danger for Jews became even greater as a showdown approached in the UN over partition in 1947. The Syrian delegate, Faris el-Khouri, warned: "Unless the Palestine problem is settled, we shall have difficulty in protecting and safeguarding the Jews in the Arab world."(12)
More than a thousand Jews were killed in anti-Jewish rioting during the 1940's in Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Syria and Yemen.(13) This helped trigger the mass exodus of Jews from Arab countries
Originally posted by redneck13
reply to post by g2v12
Amazing how megalomaniacal ideologies such as Islam and Nazism always hate Jews.Why is that?
If I were Jewish I would join one of those Zionist groups you keep talking about.