Skip to comments.Egyptian Play Blames Mossad for Arab Spring
Posted on 02/16/2014 11:13:51 PM PST by Eleutheria5
Is the Israeli Mossad behind the Arab Spring? According to a play which recently aired on Egyptian television, the answer is yes.
The anti-Semitic play, entitled "The Spy," recently aired on the Egyptian Al-Hayat TV channel. It was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).
The play displays anti-Semitic stereotypes and portrays Mossad officials preparing "for a huge operation of espionage and sowing disunity" which targets the entire Arab world.
The play features a group of Mossad officials, five men and one women, and the men are all dressed up in hareidi attire. The males are all named Binyamin.
The supposed Mossad agents are seen discussing a plan to control the whole world and are later shown recruiting a new operative, named Ezra, for this purpose.
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What? No radio-controlled ducks?
I thought the Egyptians and the Syrians and the Palestinians and Tunisians all thought the Arab Spring was the greatest thing to ever happen to them in their entire lives. Now it is a Zionist atrocity? Help me out here, I’m all confused.
I am confused too, but I would suspect that if a Sherpa guide passes gas, while climbing the north face of Mt. Everest, either Israel or the US will get the blame.
The problem with too many Arabs is inbreeding. And I mean just that, inbreeding. Because of that, they find it impossible to think or act rationally. Logic is not one of their virtues.
Interesting point. I never thought of that angle.
To the Arab it is intolerable that they are so backward compared to the West so it must be all a grand plot to keep them down. To admit that it is their own backward social and religious beliefs that are to blame is simply not a mental leap that most of them can make. Thus, even the most convoluted and ridiculous conspiracy theories are given absolute credence. It relieves them of the necessity of taking responsibility for their own otherwise totally predictable failures.
It was a great idea until it turned into a disaster, so now it’s all the Jooos!’s fault.