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Muslim Woman
04-16-2007, 11:56 PM

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About anti-Semitism

By Nahida

A letter -from the heart- to my Jewish friends

People talk with liberty about Muslim extremists, and Christian fundamentalists; but they stop short of uttering the forbidden word "Jewish extremists"


We as people who desire justice, and long for peace; and we as human race can never achieve equality without applying the same criteria and standards for ALL ; and that should also include any other ideology, not only religious one, but also we must acknowledge that there are secular extremists, and atheists fundamentalists, Marxist extremists… etc.

The other important point that should be recognized is the way the holocaust was "hijacked" by the Zionists, and became almost like an exclusive Jewish property, which we all know is not a true presentation of history or the truth of WW2.

Not only that it became exclusively Jewish , but there is an aura of holiness and sacredness that surrounds the whole subject, and shrouded it with reverence.

This can lead to some serious problematic issues; as it might appear to a non-Jewish observer as favouritism: “Jewish people get a special treatment, as they insist on demanding that the world must acknowledge their suffering as being unique, sacred, and special".

All humanity had suffered through history, recent, past, and ancient times.

No one could claim that the suffering of one group is more special, unique, or sacred than the suffering of others.

If Jewish people keep insisting that the world must see their suffering as "special", "unique" and "above the suffering of all others", It can only confirm the views of some people who perceive the Jewish people view themselves as "special", "unique" or "chosen".

You see , my dear friend; people could freely criticise and disapprove of Islam and the Muslims, and that is their right.

People could pass judgment on Christianity and Christians without fear of any allegation, and that is their right.

People could freely disapprove of Communists, Marxists, and Anarchists… etc, and that is their right.

But if you try to voice the faintest criticism of Jewish people or Judaism you are in deep deep trouble.

The label "anti-Semitic" would haunt you forever.


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