Monday, February 25, 2008

The Judeo-Nazi Crusade

The Judeo-Nazi Crusade
An ethnic-cleansing in the Holy Land
March 21, 2002

Author’s note: the epithet, Judeo-Nazi, was first coined by the late Jewish Professor, Israel Shahak, who had survived the Holocaust and lived in Israel as a life-long humanist. He endorsed the term Judeo-Nazi as a Holocaust victim and a survivor himself, as many Israeli Jews use Nazi-like methods in subordinating and repressing the Palestinians.

In the first Crusade of 1095, Pope Urban II had sent the Christian warriors in the holy city of Jerusalem and massacred 40,000 of Muslims and Jews, who had lived together, until the Christian invasion, harmoniously for 500 years.

Since then coexistence among Muslims, Jews, and Christians in the region has become an impossible dream, and now the Jewish Israelis are engaging in the daily ethnic-cleansing military operations against helpless Palestinian Muslims under the banner of “Eretz Yisrael for Jews only.”

During the Israeli invasion toward the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, the IDF (Israeli Defense Force) have detained thousands of Palestinians (ages between 15 and 60) and during the interrogation process, Arabs were denuded, blindfolded, cuffed, gagged, spitted, beaten, humiliated and numbered in their forearms, as if Jews in the Nazi concentration camps were subjected to the Hitler’s SS army.

Only gas chambers were missing, but the techniques of Israeli modality on Arab detainees were very similar to Nazis atrocities against women, children, and old men of Jewish detainees.
The IDF is also planing to reopen the infamous concentration camp known as Ketziot located in the western Negev desert not far from the Egyptian borders and constructing another camp in the Gush-Etzion area along the Hebron-Bethlehem highway that is designed to hold 5,000 detainees at a time.

The Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon wanted to humiliate the chairman Yasir Arafat by confining him in Ramallah under the mercy of Israeli tanks and Apache gunships, allowing him to go from one cage to another or permitting him to travel to attend the Arab meeting and return home, only on condition that he behaves himself, otherwise he won’t be given a permission to be back home and becomes a homeless vagabond as the Diaspora Jews roamed around the globe.

In support of such Nazi modality in dealing with the Palestinian Intifada, the recent annual public opinion poll conducted by the Jaffe Center for Strategic Studies at TelAviv University in Israel shows that 46 percent of Jews in Israel support the transfer of the Arab Palestinians out of the Occupied Territories (the West Bank and the Gaza Strip), that is, almost half of the Jewish population endorse the removal and resettlement of the Palestinians from their habitats to the neighboring countries like Sinai in Egypt, East of Jordan River or Lebanon. (It is noteworthy to analyze the accuracy of survey that was conducted last month in face-to-face interview of 1,264 Jewish citizens, not like a random telephone interview frequently done by the American pollsters.)

The survey indicates that “Only transfer of Arabs will bring peace” mentality is prevalent not just in right-wing political group but among average Jewish Israelis, and the two-state solution is a crackpot realism that no Zionists from Herzel, Weizman, Jabotinsky, to Ben Gurion, Begin, Shamir, and Sharon, ever dreamed in their struggle to colonize the Palestine.

The doctrine of Eretz Yisrael, as I have noted in my article “Eretz Yisrael is not for sale”, has been the official dogma of the Jewish state of Israel no Jews would dare to compromise in any fashion, form, or price. (It is also worth noting that the mainstream media in the West dread to report that equates “transfer” with ethnic-cleansing as in the Balkan War.)

The dispersal of Palestinian population is not a new idea or only the right-wing plan in Israel but the central focus of Zionist movement from the inception, as, for example, Vladimir Jabotinsky had instructed the American Jewry to collect money for the transfer of Arabs to Iraq and Saudi Arabia, PM Menachem Begin recommended the demolition of the Palestinian Refugee Camps and the transfer of them to Sinai, and the Israeli Government actually had arranged the transfer of Arabs to Paraguay decades ago (PM Sharon had admitted it publicly in 1987.)

The late PM Yitzhak Rabin, a father of the Oslo Accords, lamented just before signing it with harsh words reflecting a widespread Israeli attitude toward the Gaza Strip and its inhabitant: “if only it would just sink into the Mediterranean Sea.”

Few people around the world grasp the significance of “Jewishness” in the Jewish state of Israel: one of IDF officers who was killed during the fire-fight with Palestinian infiltrators was denied to be buried in the Jewish Cemetery, simply because he was not a halakhic Jew according to the Orthodox Jewish law, which prohibits a dead non-Jew buried within four cubits from a Jewish grave or in section consecrated for the burial of Jews. (Gentiles, such as Christians, Muslims, Romans, Buddhist, Hindus, Taoists, and atheists are not welcome by the Jews even after death.)

Peculiarly, the officer was Jewish enough to join the Army and being killed, but strangely he was not Jewish enough to be buried with Jews, because his mother was not recognized as a Jew by the rabbinate.

In Israel, the removal plans of Palestinians and Israeli Arabs have been open to public debate and recently gaining a momentum among many intellectuals, talking-heads in Israeli Media, and politicians in the Sharon’s coalition government:

Benny Elon of the Moledet Party resigned from the cabinet after declaring that he would wholly devote to the idea of transfer of Palestinian residents of Yesha (Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip) to Jordan and make them citizens of the Palestinian State whose capital is Amman.
He declared that if the Palestinians refuse to be transferred and call for war against Israel, they would be expelled to their country on the other side of the Jordan.

Avigdor Lieberman, another MK (Member of Knesset), proposed the transfer of Arabs who are Israeli citizens, as the above-mentioned Jaffe poll indicated that 31 percent of Jewish Israelis favors the transfer of all Arab Israeli citizens out of the country, 61 percent thinks them of a threat to Israel’s security, and 80 percent opposes to Israeli-Arabs being involved in important decision-making process.

On March 12 this year, in the capital city of Israel, more than 100,000-strong of a crowd gathered to call on PM Ariel Sharon to dismantle the Palestinian Authorities (PA), end the Palestinian terror, and get rid the area of terrorists and their weapon.
The rally was covered with a sea of Israeli flags and a thunder of “Death to Arabs”, reflecting a national consensus that only when Jews vanquish the Palestinians, then there will be a peace with Arabs, our neighbor from hell.

Speakers after speakers at the rally reiterated that a strong people can defeat terror, implying that Israel does not depend upon the verbal recognition by Arab neighbors for the Israeli existence but rely on the strategic weapons of the Israeli armed forces and Jews are eternal people undeterred by the threat of suicide bombers or terror and the crowd waved the banner: “End Arab fascist occupation of Israel”.

Say that again?
Who is occupying whom?
You mean the fascist stone-throwers are occupying the nuclear-armed land of almighty, God-chosen, and democratic Jews?
God even wouldn’t believe his ears!

However, it has no alternative for the Zionist apologists to the concept of a Jewish state for Jewish people in order to exist and to win, because their objective was, from the very inception, to replace the indigenous population with new Jewish settler community by force, as the founder of Revisionist Zionism, Vladimir Jabotinsky noted in his book “Iron Wall”: “there can be no discussion of voluntary reconciliation between us and the Arabs, not now and not in the foreseeable future.

All well-meaning people understood the complete impossibility of arriving at a voluntary agreement with the Arabs for the transformation of Palestine from an Arab country to a country with a Jewish majority.
Try to find even one example when the colonization of a country took place with the agreement of the native population. Such an event has never occurred, and the natives will never voluntarily allow a new master.”

He added In addition: “therefore, all colonization can continue and develop only under the shield of force which comprises an Iron Wall through which the local population can never break through. This is our Arab policy, and to formulate it any other way would be a hypocrisy.”

For PM Ariel Sharon who has been keeping his career anything but peace, Jabotinsky’s iron wall is analogous to his buffer zone that would separate the Arab infidels from the Jewish population, whose institutional religion, the rabbinate Judaism, is based on keeping Jewish people intact under the strict instructions of the Torah.

In the meantime, Sharon and his ilk do not seem to mind to keep seat in any negotiating table for another five years, as far as he can yield a hammer on his anvil where the Palestinians lay helplessly until they reach to the breaking point to surrender and disperse into the Sinai desert.

As Ariel Sharon stated publicly during the first Intifada in 1988 that if the Palestinian uprising continues, Israel would have to make war on its Arab neighbors, which would provide the circumstances for the removal of the entire Palestinian population from inside Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, he would abide by the time until US war against Iraq develops into the regional maelstrom in that he might be able to fish in the trouble water.

Like a true Crusader, Ariel Sharon is impossible to see that Arabs have any claim at all to the land where they have inhabited for over twelve hundred years.

It is a sad irony that the world permits Jews to revisit the same fate of Nazi destruction upon the Palestinians and turns the blind eyes against the cri-de-coeur of desperate people, whose collective sins are born of the non-Jewish mother, as equally and conversely as the persecuted Jews by Nazi were born of the Jewish mother.

Is there still someone, except a bunch of the hackneyed politicians or the absolute fools, who believes that the Jews would have a desire to share the land to live peacefully with the Palestinians?

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