Arabische apartheid

november 13, 2007 at 12:54 pm 4 reacties


Arab apartheid

Nadat zes miljoen Joden uitgeroeid zijn in Europa en de Joodse dhimmis ethnisch uitgezuiverd zijn uit de Arabische landen komt oud president Carter, rijkelijk gesponsord door Arabische fondsen, ons uitleggen dat Israel een apartheidstaat is. Kan het cynischer?

De werkelijke apartheid heeft plaats in de Arabische wereld waar dhimmis, kaffers en vrouwen officieel geen gelijke rechten hebben:

Entry filed under: Antisemitisme, apartheid, arabisch, islamic apartheid.

HET ARABISCH COLONIALISME artikel in het frans door Sacha Horowitz Terreur recht evenredig met buitenlandse hulp

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  • 1. freeisraelnow  |  december 12, 2007 om 9:09 am

    Islamic Apartheid

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/1806378/posts

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  • 2. Sebastien  |  februari 17, 2008 om 11:32 pm

    South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu has accused Israel of practising apartheid in its policies towards the Palestinians.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/1957644.stm

    Desmond Tutu knows very well what’s an Apartheid.

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  • 3. DRWILLY  |  februari 18, 2008 om 11:27 am

    This is what Simon Deng, an African Freedom fighter against slavery answered to bischop Tutu in an article called:

    “Disappearance of Bishop Tutu”
    Jewish Advocate, 15 Nov. 2007

    Simon Deng, a native of the Shiluk Kingdom in southern Sudan, is an escaped jihad slave and a leading human rights activist.

    “Today, black children are enslaved in Sudan, the last place in the continent of Africa where humans are owned by other humans – I was part of the movement to stop slavery in Mauritania, which just now abolished the practice. But you were not with us, Bishop Tutu. So where is Desmond Tutu when my people call out for freedom? Slaughter and genocide and slavery are lashing Africans right now. Where are you for Sudan, Bishop Tutu? You are busy attacking the Jewish state. Why?”

    Late last month, I went to hear Bishop Desmond Tutu speak at Boston’s Old South Church at a conference on “Israel Apartheid.” Tutu is a well respected man of God. He brought reconciliation between blacks and whites in South Africa. That he would lead a conference that damns the Jewish state is very disturbing to me.

    The State of Israel is not an apartheid state. I know because I write this from Jerusalem where I have seen Arab mothers peacefully strolling with their families – even though I also drove on Israeli roads protected by walls and fences from Arab bullets and stones. I know Arabs go to Israeli schools, and get the best medical care in the world. I know they vote and have elected representatives to the Israeli Parliament. I see street signs in Arabic, an official language here. None of this was true for blacks under Apartheid in Tutu’s South Africa.

    I also know countries that do deserve the apartheid label: My country, Sudan, is on the top of the list, but so are Iran, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. What has happened to my people in Sudan is a thousand times worse than Apartheid in South Africa. And no matter how the Palestinians suffer, they suffer nothing compared to my people. Nothing. And most of the suffering is the fault of their leaders. Bishop Tutu, I see black Jews walking down the street here in Jerusalem. Black like us, free and proud.

    Tutu said Israeli checkpoints are a nightmare. But checkpoints are there because Palestinians are sent into Israel to blow up and kill innocent women and children. Tutu wants checkpoints removed. Do you not have doors in your home, Bishop? Does that make your house an apartheid house? If someone, Heaven forbid, tried to enter with a bomb, we would want you to have security people “humiliating” your guests with searches, and we would not call you racist for doing so. We all go through checkpoints at every airport. Are the airlines being racist? No.

    Yes, the Palestinians are inconvenienced at checkpoints. But why, Bishop Tutu, do you care more about that inconvenience than about Jewish lives?

    Bishop, when you used to dance for Mandela’s freedom, we Africans – all over Africa – joined in. Our support was key in your freedom. But when children in Burundi and Kinshasa, all the way to Liberia and Sierra Leone, and in particular in Sudan, cried and called for rescue, you heard but chose to be silent.

    Today, black children are enslaved in Sudan, the last place in the continent of Africa where humans are owned by other humans – I was part of the movement to stop slavery in Mauritania, which just now abolished the practice. But you were not with us, Bishop Tutu.

    So where is Desmond Tutu when my people call out for freedom? Slaughter and genocide and slavery are lashing Africans right now. Where are you for Sudan, Bishop Tutu? You are busy attacking the Jewish state. Why?

    Simon Deng, a native of the Shiluk Kingdom in southern Sudan, is an escaped jihad slave and a leading human rights activist.

    http://www.thejewishadvocate.com/this_weeks_issue/columnists/jacobs/?content_id=3980

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  • 4. Sacha Horowitz  |  april 17, 2008 om 4:47 pm

    Tutu knows what an Apartheid is like, absolutely, so if he compares Israel with that it’s a sign he has no clue what Israel is like. He should, like Simon Deng, spend some time there and talk to everybody and engage into some form of compassion with the Israelis as well. And maybe, maybe he could even think of condemning the slavery and racism in Sudan and other places, but maybe that’s asking too much. Condemning Israel (heaven on earth, also for the Arabs, compared to Sudan) is so much more convenient and popular. It also attracts a lot more media attention.

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