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Supremacy on both sides

Submitted by Michael Jacobs, May 13, 2015 06:08

"one can't help but hope for the one instance, the one country, where [...] Muslims – at least European-born, Western-raised Muslims – did not exhibit the highest level of Jew-hate and bigotry, where Muslims led the way in attitudes of tolerance, of peace. But it never happens."

Statistically, Muslims seem to cling to the idea of their supremacy. Just like we - Jews and non-Jews - believe in ours.


Anti-Semitism in Europe

Submitted by gary fouse, May 12, 2015 20:04

Hardly a surprise. Muslim immigrants in Europe have rekindled the anti-Semitism. The native Europeans, for their part, are guilty of tolerating this intolerance in the name of tolerating their Muslim immigrants.

Moral cowardice, I think they call it.


Most European Anti-Semitism coming from Moslems

Submitted by Carl Goldberg, May 12, 2015 18:14

So, ISGAP just realized that most manifestations of Anti-Semitism in Europe are caused by Moslems. Columbus discovers America!

Why doesn't ISGAP explain why this is so?

The fact is that the sacred texts of Islam, the Koran and the hadith, are chock full of commands to hate the Jews and make war against them because they are such evil people and cursed by Allah. Even a Moslem who is not longer terribly religious imbibes this anti-Semitism which which he was raised.

Islam, itself, is as anti-Semitic as Nazism.



May 12, 2015 15:45

Have not Europeans been taught European history, or the progressives thoroughly erased the period of the crusades?


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