Monday, July 11, 2005

Jews should live in Israel

The JPost reports that
For the first time in 2000 years, Israel will next year become the largest Jewish community in the world.
In itself good news. However, with Iran getting ever closer to somehow obtaining a nuclear capacity (either thru N-Korea, Russia, Pakistan, their own research or a combination), Jews are thus setting themselves up for a second Holocaust that will dwarf what happened in WW2. I've predicted this before, and the concept appeals to others as well:
[The Israelites] have spread all over the world. Now Allah gathers them in this land. He brings them in groups from all countries of the world, in order fulfill Allah's universal law: Judgment Day will come when Muslims fight the Jews, and the stone and the tree say: Oh, Muslim, Oh, servant of Allah, there's a Jew behind me, come and kill him. If the Jews were scattered throughout the world, how could we find them in order to fight them?

The war between us and the Jews is a religious war. This is not a war over a path, a land or anything like that. The part of the Koran that was given at Mecca, before the Muslim even met the Jews, each chapter reveals who the Jews really are, their perversity and the danger they present.

Our war with them is a religious war, and we must arm the nation with the weapon of faith.
So says Al-Shariqa University Professor Mustafa Muslim.

We want to be practical here. If we're going to allow Muslims a nuclear weapon, better not put all our Jews in one basket.

4 Comments:

Blogger The Lioness said...

For several reasons, ethological ones included, I am absolutely against all Jews living in Israel. Not that they'd fit but that's the daftest notion EVER.

6:25 PM  
Blogger D said...

"ethological reasons", huh? And what are the other ones?
And have you no consideration for the other poor peoples of the world, who really do not want any Jews in their respective countries?
Very selfish, you.

7:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rabbi and historian Jacob Neusner already wrote in 1987 in The Washington Post the article "Is America the Promised Land for Jews?”. For him the answer is 'yes':
"It is time to say that America is a better place to be a Jew than Jerusalem. If ever there was a Promised Land, we Jewish Americans are living in it. Here Jews have flourished, not alone in politics and the economy, but in matters of art, culture and learning. Jews feel safe and secure here in ways that they do not and cannot in the State of Israel".
http://www.jafi.org.il/education/identity/4-2.html

As I write this I see pictures on my tv about a suicide bomber's attack at a shopping centre in the Israeli town of Netanya, killing at least two and injuring at least 30 people.

8:17 PM  
Blogger The Lioness said...

That's me, The Selfish Gene through and through!

Anon, I think the US will inevitably turn into Netanya. Everywhere is netanya nowadays, it's only a matter of time. We are entering a really dark period, and have been for quite a while now.

8:49 PM  

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