Skip to comments.Itís all about power: Al-Quds Day a celebration of hatred and terrorism
Posted on 08/18/2012 12:02:30 PM PDT by bayouranger
Beyond the hatred, the racism and the anger, theres a certain irony surrounding Al-Quds Day, commemorated this weekend internationally and to its shame in Toronto.
The event was founded by the Ayatollah Khomeini, and is an overwhelmingly Shiite Islam event. Anybody who knows Islam will understand that the Shiites are despised in most of the majority Sunni world. They were treated as second-class citizens in Lebanon, they are murdered in Pakistan, they are thought as being, golly, even worse than the Jews in Syria, and there arent any in Egypt because Saladin killed them all.
So spare me the lies and propaganda about Islamic brotherhood and the fraternity of Muslim believers. You have not seen genuine hatred if you havent seen how Muslim sect treats Muslim sect. And youll see a lot more of it when President Assad falls, and his fellow Alawites, a version of Shiite Islam, are likely slaughtered like cattle.
While this sordid event can take place in Canada, it would likely be banned or violently suppressed in most Muslim countries. Believe me, its not about Jews; its about power, and the psychotic inability of international Muslim leadership to tolerate anybody who does not agree with the established position.
The epicentre of Al-Quds Day is Iran, where homosexuals are publicly executed, women stoned to death, dissidents gang-raped and then murdered, the Holocaust denied, and international terrorism planned and financed.
Tehran is the model that many of the people at the centre of this protest admire and would like to see replicated everywhere.
They couldnt give a damn about the Palestinians, and see their plight as another way to extend their own ideology. Good Lord, some of them even pretend to be Iranian when theyre not. I interviewed one of the Al-Quds Day organizers some years ago, and knew him to be Pakistani. He lied to my face, because being Iranian is apparently way sexier in the Islamic fanatic community.
So this is not about free speech at all. Freedom is sacred, but it is not the same as license. All civilized people condemn public pleas for violence and genocide, which is what will be heard at the demonstration if they are in any way similar to past gatherings, and judging by activists e-mails that have already been circulated.
There may well also be Hezbollah flags flown. This internationally recognized terrorist group is illegal in Canada and is also playing a central role in the Syrian massacres that we read about every day.
Imagine, for example, a large group of people waving Paul Bernardo flags, or Nazi banners.
A lot of mainstream Arabs and supporters of Palestine are uncomfortable with this gruesome display, but too many politicians, especially Liberal ones, seem to measure morality by votes.
Its not whether something is wrong or not, but how many people might support the party if a stand is taken.
Thats horrible. In some ways even more horrible than the day itself.
As you read, this Ill be speaking to 800 Catholics in Winnipeg. No terror, no hatred, no screaming for blood.
Religions arent all the same.
Really, really not the same.
Some protest while others hold telethons
Vol. 1, No. 23 6 May 2002
Washington Misled: Saudi Arabia's Financial Backing of Terrorism
As a result of Israel's Operation "Defensive Shield," new documents have been uncovered from Palestinian offices that directly link the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with financial backing of terrorist attacks against Israel. The Saudis have repeatedly denied such connections. Last month, for example, Saudi state television held a telethon for the families of "Palestinian martyrs" that raised over $100 million.
During October 2001, NATO forces entered the offices of the Saudi High Commission for Aid to Bosnia. Surveillance photographs of possible American targets were found. A former employee of the Saudi Commission is now in Guantanamo Bay, suspected of plotting an attack against the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo. Saudi-sponsored charities have been tied to other terrorist attacks, including the U.S. embassy bombings in East Africa in 1998.2 Unless Saudi Arabia ceases all assistance, direct or indirect, for acts of international terrorism, it cannot play any role to stabilize the Middle East and advance Arab-Israeli peace. http://jcpa.org/art/brief1-23.htm
This government sponsored hate fest is a disgrace to the Province of Ontario and the nation of Canada. These thugs should be deported, not celebrated. And the politicians who permitted this should resign in shame. When is the Jewish community who continues to support liberal politicians going to wake up?
It is quickly becoming clear thhat the entire Arab world is on a headlong descent into civil war. The question then becomes, what side do we back?
After much reflection I have the answer: yes.
Agreed. Arm both sides and let them eliminate each other.
You are correct about that. There is no love lost between Sunni and Shiia. However they do have one area of common groundtheir hatred for Israel.
Old saying: “When your enemies are killing each other, get out of the way.”