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Thursday, January 26, 2017

Jew Hatred Exposed at University of Houston

Hat tip Algemeiner and Canary Mission


Every year when the UC Irvine Muslim Student Union holds its anti-Israel week of events, each event is preceded by a disclaimer that the MSU rejects anti-Semitism and only opposes Zionism. I have never believed it. I have always believed that the Israel-Palestinian conflict is really about religion as opposed to who owns what land. The Muslim world can never accept a Jewish state in its midst. That is essentially because any objective study of Islam reveals that it is anti-Jewish and anti-Christian. The Koran proves it.

Now comes this revelation by Algemeiner (via Canary Mission). It concerns expressions about Jews being made at the University of Houston not from young people of German descent, mind you, but largely from members of the Muslim Student Union and the despicable Students for Justice in Palestine.


https://www.algemeiner.com/2017/01/26/houston-we-have-antisemitism-problem-canary-mission-uncovers-ring-students-university-of-houston-desiring-hurt-harass-jews-online/

The expressions contained in the above report go far beyond any opposition to the state of Israel. This is Jew hatred pure and simple.

3 comments:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

I have always believed that the Israel-Palestinian conflict is really about religion as opposed to who owns what land.

You have a short memory. The founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Dr. George Habash, was a practicing Orthodox Christian. And, he directed his efforts against the monarchy of Jordan quite as much as against Israel.

But I agree that the latest generation of SJP types have a short memory too.

Gary Fouse said...

There are indeed Palestinian Christians and many are also anti-Israel. George S and George N Rishmawi and Hazin Qumsiyeh are examples. Ina future Palestinian state, I would predict they will feel the same problems that Christians in other Arab nations face. Right now they are useful.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

By now you may be right. But if the Palestinian state had been formed circa 1980, things would have stablilized with a strong Christian presence, probably more so than in any other part of the Arab world. Christians were also much better off under Hussein al-Takriti in Iraq than they ever have been since he was removed. Blame the CIA.