Exporting Palestinian Racism to America

With all the talk about "Zionism is racism," its time to shed light on some of the [http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1262339423118&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull racism] against the Jews, done by too many in the Palestinian community, which impedes the peace process.

An airline passenger in Miami proclaimed "I want to kill all the Jews" before police forced him off a Detroit-bound plane, authorities said Thursday.

This image provided by the Miami Dade Police Department shows a booking photo of Mansor Mohammad Asad after he was arrested Thursday Jan. 7, 2010.

Mansor Mohammad Asad, 43, of Ohio, was arrested Wednesday night, according to a police department statement. Asad was charged with threats against a public servant, disorderly conduct and resisting an officer without violence.

The disturbance forced a taxiing Northwest Airlines flight to turn around at Miami International Airport, according to a news release. Witnesses told investigators who boarded the plane that Asad was loud, disruptive and claimed to be Palestinian.

this is why there is no peace. Radical Jihad is evil and a crime against humanity, and has plagued the Levant for over 90 years, since Al-husseini launched his first pogroms against the Jews. Anti-semitism brought about World War II, the most destructive war in history, which consequences which were almost as enormous. After the last terrorist attack was narrowly averted, we must be careful.

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All forms of prejudice and bigotry are abborant.

However, to take the rantings of a single mental patient, a Palestinian-American man who suffers from bipolar disorder, and try to generalize it to an entire people is also abborant and racist.

Like all of your other postings, Lakrosse, it contains all the attributes of Islamophobia, only the latest form of bigotry towards Islam the religion, and Arabic peoples like the Palestinians. While indigenous Palestinians themselves live in Israel and the territories under bigoted circumstances like segregation laws, it is not an excuse for them to turn around and stigmatize Jews or Israelis, and for the most part, we have not seen such a practice, and certainly not more than isolated instances from single individuals like this one, who in any case was an American.

You really need to stop calling the kettle black and stop defaming Muslims, Arabs, and Palestinians.

by MainStreet 2010-01-08 06:01AM | 0 recs
RE: All forms of prejudice and bigotry are abborant.

Sure. You're absolutely right. There's no such thing as antisemitism. It's all been just a grand illusion.

ARE YOU REALLY THAT BLINDED BY YOUR HATRED?

 

by NJ Liberal 2010-01-08 10:30AM | 1 recs
Nobody said anything like that

ARE YOU REALLY THAT BLINDED BY YOUR HATRED/STUPIDITY?

by JJE 2010-01-08 01:38PM | 1 recs
RE: All forms of prejudice and bigotry are abborant.

Please point me to the part where Main Street said anti-Semitism doesn't exist. I'll wait while you make the words magically appear.

by jsfox 2010-01-08 02:31PM | 1 recs
RE: All forms of prejudice and bigotry are abborant.
Obviously, you have not been following MainStreet's lectures very closely. But here's an example from his comments right here:
for the most part, we have not seen such a practice, and certainly not more than isolated instances from single individuals like this one, who in any case was an American.
by NJ Liberal 2010-01-08 03:28PM | 1 recs
RE: All forms of prejudice and bigotry are abborant.

Within the context of the occupied Palestinians in the West Bank, or the besieged ones in Gaza, or the Palestinian diaspora, that is correct, we have not witnessed anti-Semitism. Charging Israelis with bigotry for separation laws inside of Israel has also not taken the form of anti-Semitism. In fact, most Palestinians understand that they are supported by the Jewish Left worldwide and the Israeli Left within Israel.

And all that is not to say that we do not experience the opposite, Islamophobia and anti-Palestinian bigotry inside of Israel, and the West, even the US,  for that matter.

 

by MainStreet 2010-01-08 03:40PM | 0 recs
RE: All forms of prejudice and bigotry are abborant.
actually the "occupation" of the West Bank, and the "Palestinian diaspora" are a direct result of anti-semitism. It was anti-Semitism of the Arab states and Al-Husseini, who Edward Said himself called the "general consensus of the Palestinian people" who launched the war against the small Jewish state, which resulted in the "refugee" situation. You cannot tell me that when Protocols and Mein Kampf are the best selling books in the Mid East that anti-semitism isn't a factor. Also, most Jews by far support Israel, and oppose likening it to apartheid or Nazism. Its only the extreme left of the Jews which oppose Israel, or self-hating sickos. And even the Meretz left, generally opposes linking Israel to "apartheid."
by Lakrosse 2010-01-08 04:44PM | 0 recs
RE: All forms of prejudice and bigotry are abborant.

"actually the "occupation" of the West Bank, and the "Palestinian diaspora" are a direct result of anti-semitism."

 

Lakrosse, I'm just surprised that Strummerson is in here by this time giving you a spanking for your ignorance about Zionism. I won't bother. You're wasting everyone's time here.

by MainStreet 2010-01-08 05:08PM | 0 recs
RE: All forms of prejudice and bigotry are abborant.

"actually the "occupation" of the West Bank, and the "Palestinian diaspora" are a direct result of anti-semitism."

 

Lakrosse, I'm just surprised that Strummerson is in here by this time giving you a spanking for your ignorance about Zionism. I won't bother. You're wasting everyone's time here.

by MainStreet 2010-01-08 05:08PM | 0 recs
"Al-husseini launched his first pogroms against the Jews"

This statement of course is nonsense and false. Al-husseini, as the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, fought against the British policy of allowing immigration of Jews to Palestine, after it became evident that Britain (ala Balfour, etc) was supporting the Zionist cause to create a homeland for Jews in Palestine, the country of the Palestinians for over a thousand years. He was subsequently exiled by the British in 1937 and no longer represented the Palestinians. And he did not represent them later when he met Hitler and even after the war when he lived in Lebanon.

 

by MainStreet 2010-01-08 06:10AM | 0 recs

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