posted on Dec, 30 2012 @ 01:13 AM
reply to post by coolieno99
Ah, gotta love Muslim paranoia.
Look at the premises of that claim. First, you have to posit the notion that Jews control the world - which ignores not only the rudiments of human
nature (that people pursue their own interests), but omits from consideration the vastly larger proportion of non-Jews in positions of power.
Secondly, and far more saliently, it's not Jews who dislike Muslims - most Jews being liberals who've spearheaded civil rights movements and fought
for greater civil equality, but obviously, it's the exact opposite: Muslims dislike Jews, or at the very least (as I have learned in my own relations
with Muslims), have this bizarre notion that Jews dislike Muslims.
This is obviously a case of collective projection. Muslims unconsciously know that they (collectively) are in the wrong against Jews (both
historically, with their exorbitant Dhimmi tax, but more generally in their attitude towards Jews and Zionism), so instead of acknowledging their own
iniquitous stance vis-a-vis Jews, they externalize their own irrational hatred by imagining that its the Jews who hate Muslims.
The reason for Islamic hatred of Jews (and westerners in general) is rather obvious: Islam failed as a civilization and has been proven to be
inferior. The Islamic world still (unconsciously, or consciously) views the west through the lens of Islam. "Christianity" has prevailed against
them. The wonders of the modern age, built on the edifice of a westernized worldview, has forced Muslims to reassess their own civilization, which
means, the historical traditions of Sunni theology, and more specifically, the mandates of Shari'a. The Jews are often seen as "imperialist" agents
of America. To the more fundamentalist types, the Jews are seen as agents of destruction. Both camps are merely caught in the effects of the cognitive
dissonance created by the modern world.