“Israel’s actions 1000 times worse than Holocaust” and other Arab media Jew-hatred
Here are some of the antisemitic articles in Arab media today. And when I say “today” I mean that literally – not the past month or the past week, but all published within the past day.
JordanZad has an op-ed that asserts that how Israel treats Palestinian Arabs is a thousand times worse than any persecution Jews or anyone else has ever suffered. Hitler, you see, allowed some Jews to live, but Israel’s assault is against the entire Palestinian people, which have somehow grown by a factor of twelve since Israel was reborn. The article also talks about how Judaism is corrupt, the Torah is a fabrication, and Jews use the Holocaust as an excuse to perform genocide themselves.
Al Muslim admits that Syria has killed more Arabs than Israel has, but it still insists that “The record of the Jews is black and full of massacres and crimes against the Palestinians through history by committing crimes which the world had never seen or heard of in history ideals; the crimes of the Jews is a history stained with the blood of the Palestinians.”
Al Ankabout has a fairly long and generic article describing how the Illuminati control the world, but of course the Jewish angle is not ignored.
An article accuses the Muslim Brotherhood of being close to the Jews, adapting the idea of being “God’s chosen people.” Former Dubai police chief Dahi Khalfan also tweeted how close the Muslim Brotherhood is to the Jews, based on that diplomatic letter Morsi wrote to Shimon Peres last year.
Hezbollah’s Al Manar claims that the constitutions of all Arab Spring countries, like Egypt, Tunisia and Iraq, as well as Afghanistan, is being written by the Mossad through an American jewish lawyer, Noah Feldman. (Feldman was part of a team that drafted Iraq’s constitution; the rest of the claims seem to be made up.) The article makes a big deal over Feldman’s Jewishness, noting that he went to the Maimonides school in Boston before marrying a Christian. Feldman, by the way, seems to be an Islamophile and has written that Sharia-based laws aren’t really so bad.