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Showing posts with label terrorism. Show all posts
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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Originally On Writerbear Brussels Deserved The Attacks For Anti Semitism...According To, Among Others, Asher Schwartz And

Asher Schwartz and "The Jewish Press" posted a despicable editorial cartoon that blamed Belgium for Daesh's attacks on it. The Facebook page "Documenting Anti Semitism" shared the cartoon, and I began writing the following in the comments section until I realized that reporting such victim-shaming and giving everyone else the heads up might be a better idea.

Needlessly to mention, Asher Schwartz and "The Jewish Press" are also on notice that victim shaming is unacceptable to and unwelcome by the majority of 'am Yisra'el:

"Wow. Victim shaming much? This surely wasn't the attitude of Asher Schwartz and 'The Jewish Press ' about the 9/11 attacks, or after the attacks in Paris?
"The U.S. under the Carter and Clinton Administrations was particularly Anti Israel; so, did the U.S. get what it deserved post Clinton? BTW, Daesh is doing to Europe what Al Qadea did to the U.S.: targeting the Jews among them.
"In other words, are we to blame for what Daesh did to those of us in Paris and Brussels, and what Al Qadea did here? That's ultimately what Asher Schwartz and 'The Jewish Press' are saying. After all, just as Al Qadea wanted to target Jews*, Daesh wants to target Jews; and for 'The Jewish Press' to encourage Asher Schwartz to blame an Anti-Semitic attack on victims of Anti Semitism is akin to what Daesh and its influencers do and did—after all, Daesh's influences include a Nazi government that blamed Jews in Europe for Kristallnacht, don't they?"
*Per Page 251 of the "9/11 Commission Report":
"Mullah Omar is reported to have opposed this course of action for ideological reasons rather than out of fear of U.S.retaliation.He is said to have preferred for al Qaeda to attack Jews, not necessarily the United States. KSM contends that Omar faced pressure from the Pakistani government to keep al Qaeda from engaging in operations outside Afghanistan. Al Qaeda’s chief financial manager,Sheikh Saeed, argued that al Qaeda should defer to the Taliban’s wishes. "

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Originally On Writerbeat: Just Like Going To a Normative Jewish Funeral And Saying, "Do You Know Yeshua?"...

Some are using the Daesh terror attack against Brussels to push their own agendas. One of the agendas is Muslimophobia*. Another is Trumpism. Still another is blaming the EU for allowing in Middle Eastern refugees—aka, victim shaming—and still another is xenophobia and racism**.

Now is the time to simply comfort, console, grieve with, and support the Belgians—just like my role at a Normative (i.e., Non-Messianic) Jewish funeral would be to comfort fellow mourners among Tzion v'Yerushalayim, not ask "Do you know Yeshua?" or "Did [the decedent] know Yeshua?" or "Since [the decedent] died without knowing Yeshua, [he or she] is not in Heaven. Would you like to know how to stay out of Hell and avoid [the decedent]'s fate?"

Those who incite Muslimophobia, use Belgium's 9/11 to promote Donald Trump, or engage in shaming the Belgians and stereotyping are no better than, e.g., Jesus For Jesus under opportunistic and Holocaust-exploiting David Brickner or people whom go onto the comments section of "Times of Israel" articles about murder victims to proselytize—whom would similar to me were I to start giving the whole "Let me tell you about Yeshua" schpiel at, e.g., an Orthodox Jewish funeral (which is akin to what has happened in "Times of Israel" comments sections, with one incident in which a friend of a decedent's family friend had to get involved and ask people to refrain from proselytizing).

*Note that I did not say "Islamophobia". I grant that moderate Muslims are really Reform/Liberal/secular Mohammedans—and Jews in Poland were called "Mosaics", similarly and by the way; so, with all due respect, get over your political correctness. By the way, you could call Daesh, Al Qadea, etc. Orthodox Mohammedans or Ultra-Orthodox Mohammedans, since Mohammed was a violent man. By alienating Reform/Liberal/Secular Mohammedans ("moderate Muslims") are you going to help fight against Orthodox Mohammedism and Ultra-Orthodox Mohammedism?

**Stereotyping all Middle Eastern refugees as Mohammedans is wrong and may even be Anti Semitic in some cases, though you can be my guest if you want to risk labeling Jadid al-Islam (Mizrahi Anusim) and other Non Mohammedans, including Egyptian Jews and gentile Coptic Christians.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Israel As A Delegitimzed Abuse Victim: "He Didn't [Do "A"], Though He [Did "B"]."

For some reason, the audio is acting weirdly. Perhaps G-d did that to garble or scramble my voice for my protection.

Friday, April 19, 2013

The Sad Part Is That...

They let the Saudi kid go and let the Saudi government deal with him, since he was on a student visa (Bad move.). The other two suspects were still Mohammedan, though, which goes to show that this was--once again--a Mohammedan (or as my racist Leftist ex friends would put it, a "Brown") terror attack. By the way, I normally don't link to the "Daily Beast, but Gary Aminoff tweeted this; and I trust Gary Aminoff.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Why Do We Care That the Boston Marathon Terrorist Was a Saudi Orthodox Mohammedan?

This young Saudi national clearly pulled from the 9/11 Playbook. What other kind of man would attack a city which has a substantial Jewish community (not to mention their own "Bostoner Rebbe") and is in the United States, Israel's stronger ally? Who else would also attack the city of the "Bostoner Rebbe" on Yom Ha'Atzma'ut? 

Let's be very clear, people: the Boston terrorist was a Saudi Orthodox Mohammedan, and we don't want other Mohammedans to become like him: we want them to be saved and fear the Yehovah of the Jews, the Elohim of Avraham and Yitzhak, the Fear of Yitzhak who the remnant of Esav and Yishma'el have chosen to embrace. Let's also face that most Mohammedans are Saudis--Arabs, sons of Esav and Yishma'el--like this young man who chose to murder at least three people and injure at least 144 others in a well-calculated Anti-Semitic, Anti-American attack.

That's why we need to get the truth about Mohammed ibn-'Abd and the Quran out there, and that's why we need to be clear that Islamophobia is not Muslimophobia. We don't want to see Mohammedans destroy their own and others' lives.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Anti Semitism In Boston? A Reminder Of 9/11? Let's Look At the Facts Here...

 I'm now suspecting that the hunch that the Boston Attack was an Anti-Semitic attack was absolutely a hunch from G-d. Let's look at the facts:

1) A supposedly "right-wing" Saudi national attacked Boston. Similarly, "Mullah Omar is reported to have opposed this course of action [i.e., 9/11] for ideological reasons rather than out of fear of U.S.retaliation.He is said to have preferred for al Qaeda to attack Jews, not necessarily the United States." (

Orthodox Mohammedans ("radical Muslims", "Muslim extremists") are often classified as "right-wing".

2) Israeli Independence Day began on April 15, 2013 at sundown.
3) There is a whole segment of the Jewish community known as the Bostoner Chabadi(c) (Chasidi[c]) community--in fact, there is a "Bostoner Rebbe".
4) Anti Semitism has (according to Tel Aviv University) increased by 30% globally.

Given all that, this (to say the least) smart-ass Saudi national created a (for a lack of a better term) "perfect crime" that he took right from (for a lack of a better term) the 9/11 playbook. Therefore, for the U.S. to bless Israel, and for Israel and especially her exiles in America (myself included) to stand with the U.S. is more important than ever. We need to remember that we are on a cusp of history that we cannot let repeat itself again.