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The Fraud of Islam
Debunking "Palestinian Heritage"
Al Jazeera Set Israel As An Example For Democracy
Amil Imani is no stranger to controversy, that is if you belong the PC Brigade or believe that Islam is a “religion of peace”; in his recent article The fraud of Islam he writes:
Islam is the most successful fraud in the history of humanity, and it is a great success. Millions of mullahs and imams keep the fraud going, and over a billion and a half of the faithful pay for it. They pay in funds, labor and even life, for the IOUs issued to them by the Islamic organizations that glide through life without breaking a sweat for earning their daily bread. Islam is a fraud and Muslims are the victims.
[Emphasis is mine]
Despite being the youngest religion, Islam has more followers than any other religion because:
Islam, from its inception, discovered the crucial secret of getting to the young mind early by adhering to the dictum: Instruction in early childhood is akin to carving in a rock.
Whilst there is no concept of liberty in Islam, it happily demands, and thanks to the naiveté of PC brigade, allowed to exploit the personal liberties afforded in the West to further perpetrate the fraud, or in Imani words:
Adding insult to injury, Islam has powerful and unwitting allies in the masses of good-hearted gullible Americans who bend over backwards to protect the long cherished principle of religious freedom.
A freedom that Islam denies to all non-Muslims – Read More
Daphne Anson (nom de plume) is an Australian avid Israel supporter blogger; in her blog Debunking "Palestinian" History That's Bunk: The propaganda war à outrance she quotes from an article (translated from Hebrew) by Avi Goldreich who had discovered a rare 1714 book by Hadriani Relandi named Palaestina, ex monumentis veteribus illustrate .
Relandi’s most prominent conclusions, According to Goldreich, can be summarised as:
1. Not one settlement in the Land of Israel has a name that is of Arabic origin. Most of the settlement names originate in the Hebrew, Greek, Latin or Roman languages.
2. Most of the land was empty, desolate, and the inhabitants few in number and mostly concentrate in the towns Jerusalem, Acco, Tzfat, Jaffa, Tiberius and Gaza. Most of the inhabitants were Jews and the rest Christians. There were few Muslims, mostly nomad Bedouins.
3. The book totally contradicts any post-modern theory claiming a "Palestinian heritage," or Palestinian nation.
[Emphasis is mine]
Indeed finding No 2 corresponds with another famous traveller to the Holy Land in 150 years later, in 1867, his name is Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name, Mark Twain.
Daphne Anson continue with excellent short history of the “Palestinians”, a term that was introduced in 1962 and became widely used as recently as 1977; yet the Palestinian propaganda machine keep claiming that the Palestinians “for thousands of years”, huh? Read More
In unintended consequences, for once, Al-Jazeera constant demonising of Israel has taken a strange twist; the Arab Spring demonstrators in Egypt and Tunisia look at Israel’s democracy for inspiration; Anshel Pfeffer reports in the left leaning Israeli daily Haaretz:
"We want a democracy like in Israel." I heard this sentence twice in January, once in a shopping center in Tunis and a second time on a street near Tahrir Square in Cairo. When I tell people that neither of the men who said this to me were aware of my being a reporter for an Israeli newspaper, I am usually greeted with disbelief.
Israel is constantly on the news agenda of Al Jazeera and the other Arab news channels, and while most of what they broadcast is soldiers shooting at Palestinians, over the last few years they have also seen the Katsav and Olmert trials, generals and ministers being hauled in front of civilian commissions of inquiry following military failures, and the wave of social protest on Rothschild Boulevard [in Tel-Aviv] last summer.
While we [in Israel] are full of anger and shame at our politicians'
incompetence, corruption and venality, Arabs see a state where a
president and prime minister are held to account for their crimes and
failures, and hundreds of thousands can take to the streets calling for
their removal without fearing they will not return home alive.
But, and there is a “but”, and it is Al Jazeera’s “but”. Trust Israel’s most lefty publication to crush any pride Israelis might feel in the fact that their democracy inspires the neighbours. Read more...
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