Re: Lifetime being a Jew
- From: mm <NOPSAMmm2005@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2010 17:52:24 +0000 (UTC)
On Tue, 5 Oct 2010 22:10:40 +0000 (UTC), topaz <topazgalaxy@xxxxxxxxx>
On Oct 3, 3:08 pm, Tiger <michael.sheing...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Why is it I have to answer for Israel in a country like Sweden. I
like living here but it seems like I have to answer for what ever
Israel does or does not do. Like I have any kind of a throaty over
Sure I love that country but its like if would give all the blame on
the Palestinians for the all wrong steps that has been.
I am curious on your look on this.
Perhaps it is the way that your post is appearing on my screen however
Since you raise the subject, might I ask you to use more paragraphs,
IIRC more than one of your posts contains long paragraphs that make it
hard for me to read, even when they're shorter than the one below.
I am having a little trouble understanding your post.
It sounds to me, if I understand your post properly, that some
people in Sweden are confusing Judiasm with Zionism as if all Jews
are automatically Zionists. What is happening now in Europe and in
some other parts of the world is that the demographics are rapidly
changing so that countries that in the past had a very small Muslim
population are seeing a rapid change in their population (through
liberal immigration laws, as well and child birth rates). Basically
the Muslim component is going up very quickly in some countries like
France and Scandinavia. As the Muslim population goes up, anti
Jewish attacks and incidents are also going up. I understand that in
France I believe anti Jewish attacks have gone up 400 percent.
Of course I do not defend this behavior but that is what is
happening. Then nonJews may assume that anyone who is a Jew should
be a physical target of their anti-Israel hatred.
You also should understand that the founder of Islam--Mohammad-- was a
violent warlord who conquered the entire Arabian Peninsula in the
600's, in only 10 years without modern warfare or even bullets. The
Koran and the Hadiths of Mohammad clearly show how much he hated the
nonbelievers, especially the Jews. Sadly, there are some Muslims
today who may claim that they are fighting against Israel, or
fighting within Sweden to make Sweden change its view about Israel,
however I would argue that the issue is not really "Israeli
oppression" (note my quotes) but the faith of Islam itself and its
hatred towards the Jews. When a devout Muslim fights with the Jews,
he is in a way obeying the example of Mohammad--un less of course the
Jew becomes a dhimmi and allows himself to be treated as an oppressed
second class citizen.
Remember in the Koran itself, it says that Muslims should not be
friends with Jews or Christians. That is in the Koran. When President
Obama last year spoke in Cairo to the Muslim world,
Osama Bin Laden the head of alQuaida produced an internet video where
he also spoke to the Muslim world and told his audience not to be
friends with Jews or Christians, to try to warn them not to listen to
Obama our President. Osama Bin Laden was not just pulling those words
out of the air--it is in the Koran.
If you are Jewish my advice is to be armed with the truth! You
should be able to practice your faith freely without threats or
oppression certainly in Sweden and just be aware of what Islam really
preaches and the changing demographics of Europe.
"The baby's name is Shlomo. He's named after his grandfather, Scott."
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