Zionism and the Palestinian Israeli Conflict in the Middle East


Dr. Mohsen El-Guindy

From an article entitled, “The unspoken Bible: What the Church Doesn’t Tell You” (1), certain important facts can be deduced:

Zionism is described as the belief in the unity of the Jewish people in Palestine. Zion got its name from the hill on which the temple of Jerusalem is located.

The roots of Zionism go back to 587 BCE, when the Babylonians invaded Jerusalem and the Jews were carried off to captivity in Babylon. This Babylonian exile, is verified by Babylonian records.

In 539 BCE the Persians captured the Babylonian Empire and permitted many Jews to return to Jerusalem. After the Jews returned to the Holy Land, they remained Persian subjects until Persia was conquered by Alexander the Great in 330 BCE.

Strife continued when the Greek rulers attempted to enforce Greek religion and culture. The Jews resented the attempt and revolted under the leadership of the Jewish Maccabeans. For a while, from 164 to 63 BCE, the Jews had a brief period of national independence.

However, in 63 BCE, the Roman general Pompey captured Jerusalem and the Jews became Roman subjects this time. The friction between the Jews and their Roman overlords continued until 70 CE, when Jerusalem was annihilated and Jews were forced to disperse from the area. What is known in Israel as the “Wailing Wall” is the only remnant of the last time when Jews lived together. A small contingent of Jews made one more attempt to capture back their land of milk and honey in 72 CE, but the attempt proved suicidal. In brief, these are the historical claims upon which Zionists claim Israel rightly belongs to the Jews.

In the long stretch of history preceding the twentieth century, the Roman Empire became Christianized under the Emperor, Constantine (306-337) who established the new capital of Constantinople in what is now called Istanbul in Turkey.

From 150 to 650 CE, the Roman Empire split into three distinct cultures and religions, the Latin Christian West, the Muslim World in the East, and in the Far East was the Byzantium Empire where Greek Orthodox Christianity split from papal rule.

In 638 Muslim armies invaded Palestine and captured Jerusalem where they remained for 1400 years. Palestine and Jerusalem became holy to the Muslims because Muhamad, the Prophet of Islam miraculously ascended to heaven to meet his Lord, Allah, from the doom’s rock; a place claimed by the Jews to be the Temple of Solomon. From the time of Muhamad’s death in 632, Islam emerged as a major military power.

Beginning in 1095 and ending late in the 13th century, the Christian Crusaders invaded Palestine seven times to take Jerusalem because it was where Christ was crucified. By 1099 the Crusaders had control over parts of the Middle East and Jerusalem; however, Christian territories acquired during the First Crusade were gradually lost over the next 200 years. Jerusalem was recaptured by Muslim forces in 1187, and the last Christian stronghold in the Holy Land fell in 1291.

In 1453, Constantinople was conquered by Muslim Ottoman and became what is known as the Ottoman Empire. Islam in Jerusalem was still the dominant religion.

In the twentieth century, World War I, ended control by the Ottomans and Palestine came under the British rule. To secure help from Zionists, the British issued the Balfour Declaration in 1917, which endorsed Palestine as a natural home for Jewish people all over the world. During the period of British mandate (1922-1948), the Jewish population grew from 50,000 to 600,000 people – the Palestinians numbered 1,300,000.

In 1939 the British terminated their support for Zionism, but it was the Holocaust that secured western sympathy for a Jewish state. By the time the British abandoned Palestine in May 14th, 1948, American Jews convinced President Harry Truman to support the Jewish declaration of independence for the new state of Israel. American Christian evangelicals supported occupation of Palestine by the Jews because they believed it was a necessary step for the second coming of Christ!

In order to make room for the new comers, the Palestinians were kicked out from their land and their houses were demolished. The Arab neighbors stood by the Palestinians and fought a war known as the Arab-Israeli War of 1948-1949. The war produced 780,000 Palestinian refugees who were forced out to make way for Jewish immigrants. Israel had been involved in several wars since then. – a clash with Egypt during the Six-Day War in 1967, the Arab Israeli War of 1973, and Israel’s 1982 and 2006 invasion of Lebanon (1).

Under the title: “Atrocities against the Palestinians: integral part of the Israeli strategy” David Duke stated some well known and documented historical facts:

“With the British gone, the Zionists could have their way with the native peoples who had dared to live on the land they coveted. No force was left to restrain them. At that time Israel was receiving huge aids from the capitalist USA and the communist USSR, as well as huge sums of money that poured in from Zionist coffers from all over the world…

With military victory certain, two significant problems still confronted the Zionists. The first was that there were hundreds of thousands of Palestinians who obviously would not sit back and let the new Jewish State take away their rights and their lands. Secondly, Palestinians owned more than 93% of the land of the new nation-a serious road lock to the new “Greater Israel”.

Zionist fanatics ultimately solved their ‘Palestinian problem” with mass explosions, murder, and well planned terror. Palestinians who were born there and whose ancestors had lived there for countless generations were rounded up by the Israeli storm troopers and driven over the border. Told they could never return to their homes, those expelled had little more than the tattered clothes on their backs. Many who refused to leave their homes were massacred by the Israeli military, and the Zionists publicized the massacres, intentionally causing widespread panic and flight among the Palestinians “(2).

Committing atrocities against the Palestinians became an integral part of the Israeli strategy. When Jewish terrorists raped and massacred the residents of Arab villages, those in the surrounding villages naturally gathered up their children and fled for their lives. Once the Zionists set up their state and secured their initial borders-minus approximately 630,000 pesky Palestinian men, women and children – the beneficent government of Israel forbade them ever to return to their homes, business, fields and flocks. By the time the Israeli “War for Freedom” ended, only about 170,000 Palestinians were left within Israelis borders.”

“The Jews, of course, had prominent and powerful spokesmen and supporters all over the world, especially in media, telling of the courage and righteousness of “Little Israel”. By the 1960s there were million of adults and children around the world who, like me, were enthralled by the heroic story of Israel – a story romantically retold by the Academy Award – winning movie Exodus (3). At that time, I just as most Americans of today, had scant knowledge of the gross injustice committed against the Palestinians” (2).

“The most well known atrocity of the first Israeli war was the massacre of Deir Yassin. On April 9, 1948, after cessation of fighting in that small village, the Zionist terrorist Irgun Gang, led by Menachem Begin, murdered 254 people, most of them women, children and the elderly. For two days these Zionist terrorists had murdered men, women, and children, raped women, crushed the stomachs of pregnant women, and stolen their possessions. A Red Cross doctor, Jacques de Reynier, chief representative of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Jerusalem gave a chilling account of the massacre in his official report” (4).

It is really astonishing that the Nazis received tremendous financial aid from the Zionist banks and monopolies, and this contributed to their rise to power. In 1929, the Nazis received $10 million from Mendelssohn, the Zionist bank in Amsterdam. In 1931, they received $15 million, and after Hitler rose to power in 1933, the Nazis received $ 126 million.

It is no longer a secret that the Zionists were behind the Nazis’ murder of many Jews and agreed to it, with the aim of intimidating the Jews and forcing them to immigrate to Palestine. Every time they failed to persuade a group of Jews to immigrate to Palestine, they unhesitatingly helped the Nazis with their money thus sentencing the innocent Jews to death. Afterwards, they would organize great propaganda campaigns to cash in on their blood (5). Israel would not be possible today if the World Zionist Congress and other Zionist agents hadn’t formed common cause with Hitler’s exterminators to rid Europe of Jews. This arrangement was formalized in a number of emigration agreements signed in 1938. The most notorious case of Zionist collusion concerned Dr. Rudolph Kastner Chairman of the Zionist Organization in Hungary from 1943-1945. To secure the safe passage of 600 Zionists to Palestine, he helped the Nazis send 800,000 Hungarian Jews to their deaths. The Israeli Supreme Court virtually whitewashed Kastner’s crimes because to admit them would have denied Israel the moral right to exist.

In a letter to the Zionist executive on December 17, 1938, David Ben-Gurion stated openly and unapologetically, “The saving of Jewish lives from Hitler is considered here as a potential threat to Zionism, unless they are brought to Palestine. When Zionism had to choose between the Jewish people and the Jewish state, unhesitatingly preferred the latter…”

The former president of the World Jewish Congress Nahum Goldman wrote these words in his autobiography, “There is no doubt that this great financial aid helped the Nazis build the military and economic force it needed to destroy Europe and annihilate millions.”

As the Jewish-Israeli scholar Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi wrote, “Out of the original sins of the world against the Jews grew the original sins of Zionism against the Palestinians; its memory poisons the blood and marks every moment of existence.” (Original Sins – Reflections of the history of Zionism and Israel. P. 216).

It should be mentioned that when the Zionist movement first appeared and claimed for a homeland for the Jews, various territorial options were offered to it in Latin America and Africa. Because the Jews were living dispersed in several countries and had their own wealth and influence, it was difficult to convince them to leave all their interests behind and gather in one land. The leaders of the Zionist movement realized that using religion by considering Palestine as the Promised Land would be an agreeable motive for the Jews to gather in one national land.

Starting with the Bible and supported by archeological findings, it is clear that Palestine was occupied by non-Jewish Semites long before the Jews claimed the “Promised Land”, and long after. There is not even evidence that there were twelve tribes of Israel who occupy the land claimed by modern Israel. The book of Joshua is full of bloody gore on how Allah delivered on his promise, but there are no sources outside the Bible that verify that the whole of Palestine was conquered and occupied by Jews. If the book of Joshua is to be believed, then it means that justification for a Jewish homeland is based on land taken by war 3,300 years ago and lost by war 2600 years ago. By that logic, Americans should give the southwest territory back to the Mexicans and the rest to the nation back to the Indians (1).

In this connection, Steve Hayner (6) had many questions to ask: Is the modern state of Israel the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy? Are the Jews “Allah’s chosen people” and does Allah having a special plan for the Jews in Israel today? Do the Jews have an exclusive right to the land called Israel? Hayner made few observations:

“The Old Testament promises about the Jews’ return to the land are always accompanied by a description of their return to the Lord. It is hard to see how the secular and largely unbelieving State of Israel can possibly be a fulfillment of any of these prophecies. (Less than 20% of Israelis today even say they believe in Allah, and most of the Christians in Israel are actually Palestinians).

The Old Testament promises concerning “the land” are nowhere repeated in the New Testament. There are promises that Jews will turn to Christ, but the land and Israel as a political entity are not mentioned.”

The international community has given the Jews a homeland where they have the right to live in peace and security along with others who have been in that land for hundreds and hundreds of years. Even for those who believe that the Jewish people have some divine claim to reside in Palestine today (and such a claim is certainly not clear in the Bible), then the Biblical mandate is that Israel must treat the residents of the land with justice and mercy. This has always been Allah’s call. There is no Biblical support for the notion that the land should belong to the Jews alone and that they should have a right to push the Palestinians out.”

Allah cares about all the people in Israel/Palestine today. There is no Biblical support for backing the Israeli government when it practices economic strangulation of Palestinians, confiscation of homes and lands, and the unjust violation of human rights. Neither is there biblical support for backing the reciprocal violence of the Palestinians. Jesus calls us to be peacemakers, to stand for justice, to love people of ever ethnicity, to share Allah’s love through Christ with the nations, and to extend help to those in need. Jesus calls us to pray for peace.”

Israel was originally founded on blind racism. Greg Felton, the Canadian editorialist on international politics, especially the Middle East, cited five points of racism proclaimed by the leaders of the Zionist movements from Theodore herzl to the present (7):

  • Both the process of expropriation and removal of the poor must be carried out discreetly and circumspectly.” Theodore Herzl in the Complete Diaries, Chapter 1, p. 88.
  • The Palestinian refugees will find their place in the Diaspora. Those who can resist will live thanks to natural selection. The others will simply crumble. Some of them will persist, but the majority will be a human heap, the scum of the earth, and will sink into the lowest levels of the Arab world,” Near East Department of the Israeli government, 1948.
  • There is no other way than to transfer the Arabs from here to the neighboring countries, to transfer all of them, not one village, not one tribe, should be left.” Josef Weitz, the Jewish National Fund Administrator for Zionist colonization (1967), from My Diary and Letters to the Children, Chapter III, P. 293.
  • The only good Arab is a dead Arab…When we have settled the land, all the Arabs will be able to do about it will be to scurry around like cockroaches in a bottle,” Rafael Eitan, Likud leader of the Tsomet faction (1981) in Noam Chomsky, Fateful Triangle, pp 129,130.

Zionists in Israel’s history have stopped at nothing to expand Israel, sometimes on the basis of Biblical claims, and have exploited, dispossessed, and suppressed an entire Arab population to do so. The removal of Arabs bodily fromPalestineis part of the Zionist plan. Theodore Herzl said, “…spirit the penniless population across the frontier by denying it employment…Both the process of expropriation and the removal of the poor must be carried away discreetly and circumspectly.” Vladimir Jabotinsky founder and advocate of the Zionist organizations said as quoted by Maxime Rodinson in “Peuple Juif ou problem Juif”, “Has any people ever been seen to give up their territory of their own free will? In the same way, the Arabs of Palestine will not renounce their sovereignty without violence.” In his complete diaries, vol. II. P. 711, Theodore Herzl, the founder of Zionism, said that the area of the Jewish State stretches from the Brook of Egypt to theEuphrates. Rabbi Fischmann, member of the Jewish Agency forPalestine, declared in his testimony to the UN special Committee of Inquiry on9 July 1947that the Promised Land extends from theRiverofEgyptup to the Euphrates, it includes parts ofSyriaandLebanon. David Ben-Gorion,Israel’s first Prime Minister, told the World council of poleZionin Tel Aviv in 1938 that the boundaries of Zionist aspiration include Southern Lebanon, Southern Syria, today’sJordan, theWest Bank, and the Sinai. In 1948 Ben Gurion said, “Between us it must be clear that there is no room for both peoples together in this country. We shall not achieve our goal if the Arabs are in this small country. There is no other way than to transfer the Arabs from here to neighboring countries-all of them. Not one village, not one tribe should be left.”  Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel once told the London Sunday Times, “There is no such thing as a Palestinian people…It is not as if we came and threw them out and took their country. They didn’t exist.” It was articulated in the early years of the occupation that Moshe Dyan advised his labor party to tell the Palestinians that, “You shall continue to live like dogs, and whoever wishes may leave.”Menachim Begin,Israel’s Defense Minister, called Palestinians, beasts walking on two legs. Israeli Chief of staff Rafael Eitan Said in 1983 that the only good Arab is a dead Arab adding that when we have settled the land, all the Arabs will be doing nothing but scurry around like drugged cockroaches in a bottle. Also in 1983, chairman of the Committee for the Re-election of General Sholmo Lahat, mayor of Tel Aviv had said, “We have to kill all the Palestinians unless they are resigned to live here as slaves. How they are doing that? Of course by using terror, assassination, intimidation, lands confiscation and the cutting of all social services to rid the Galilee of its Arab population. While criticizing Arab countries that have not absorbed the Palestinians with much sympathy,Israelcontinues to dispossess them and refuses to give them equal status as minorities in the state ofIsrael.

Yitzhak Shamir, former Israeli Prime Minister said in an article published in the Hazit, the journal of Lehi in 1943, “Neither Jewish morality nor Jewish tradition can be used to disallow terror as a means of war… We are very far from any moral hesitations when concerned with the national struggle. First and foremost, terror is for us a part of the political war appropriate for the circumstances of today… ”

The rabbi Yosef said: “It is forbidden to be merciful to them, you must give them missiles, with relish – annihilate them. Evil ones, damnable ones. May the Holy Name visit retribution on the Arabs’ heads, and cause their seed to be lost, and annihilate them, and caused them to be vanquished and cause them to be cast from the world.”

In reaction to Yosef’s statements, interior minister Eli Yesha said supportively: “They reflected the overall state of thinking of the Israeli Jewish society.”

All these citations show clearly that Zionism is, at root, a conscious war of extermination and expropriation against a native civilian population. In the modern vernacular, Zionism is the theory and practice of “ethnic cleansing,” which the UN has defined as a war crime.

Israel works steadily to discredit the United Nations largely because the UN has been the leader in recognizing the fundamental nature of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (8).

Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, declared as early as 1949 that Jewish Jerusalem is an organic and inseparable part of the State of Israel. In approving the 1947 UN partition plan, all parties, including the Jewish agency precursor to the Israeli government, accepted the designation ofJerusalemas a corpus separatum under international control. This remains the legal status of the city, despite all the attempts byIsrael’s U.S. Lobby to get American presidential and congressional candidates on record as favoring the shift of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv toJerusalem. Quite recently however, The American Jewish Lobby was able to persuade the Congress to issue a resolution accepting the shift of the American Embassy from Tel Aviv toJerusalemthus admitting thatJerusalemis the capital ofIsrael.

The first book of the ancient Jewish writing says that the Jews are the “Chosen People” of Allah. That writing says the Arabs are descended from an illegitimate child of the Jewish tribal founder, Abraham, and a slave girl that he owned. The idea that the Jews were the chosen people of Allah seems to have been very popular with the Jews. For example, the ancient writing justifies a lot of violence toward neighboring people using this concept.

Certainly no one should claim that violence is part of any religion. When they claim that, they are only using religion as a justification for achieving their ambitious goals on the expense of others. The claim of being chosen by Allah has caused insularity in the Jewish culture. This insularity is interpreted as a feeling of superiority that harmfully affects other people.

It is not difficult to understand the thoughts of the Arabs when they have to live next to a group of people who have claimed they are superior, and that Arabs are inferior. It is not difficult to understand that it is annoying to live near people who claim that the Arabs are descendant of a bastard and that Allah doesn’t like you as much. Is it logic or lawful to claim that the great Prophet Abraham committed the sin of fornication with Hagar and brought to life a bastard prophet, Ishmael!

The Jews descend from Prophet Isaac, the younger son of Prophet Abraham. From Isaac came Jacob (known also as Israel). His sons formed the twelve tribes from which came the rest of the Prophets of the Children of Israel. The succession of the Prophets of the children of Israel has ended by the coming of Prophet Jesus.

Long before Isaac was born, Hagar, the second wife of Abraham, who was gifted by the ruler of Egypt to Prophet Abraham, gave birth to his first child Ishmael. According to Allah’s instructions to Prophet Abraham, Hagar and her child Ishmael were placed in Mecca where Arab tribes dwelt. From Ishmael came Muhamad the Prophet of Islam. Therefore, Jews and Arabs are cousins because they both descend from one father, Abraham.

On November 10, 1975, the United Nations launched the resolution 3379, which, among other things, reaffirmed the UN’s condemnation of the “unholy alliance between South African racism and Zionism,” (Resolution 3151G, 1953), and further condemned “any doctrine of racial differentiation or superiority [to be] scientifically false, morally condemnable, socially unjust and dangerous,” (Res. 1904, 1963).

Unfortunately, justice doesn’t always win against a determined campaign of disinformation and intimidation. In 1991, under intense pressure from Israel and the North American Jewish lobby, the UN reversed itself on Zionism, thereby denying the truth it spoke 16 years earlier.

The Zionist argument, then and now, consists of the falsehood that the UN’s action itself constituted an act of racism. Zionism we are told, is merely the national expression of Jewish self-determination. Thus, to condemn Zionism is to condemn all Jewry – an act of “anti-Semitism.”

The epithet “anti-Semitism” is hurled to silence anyone, even other Jews, brave enough to decry Israel’s systematic, decades-long pogrom against the Palestinian Arabs. Because of the Holocaust, “anti-Semitism” is such a powerful instrument of emotional blackmail that it effectively pre-empts rational discussion of Israel and its conduct.

It is for this reason that many good people can witness daily evidence of Israel inhumanity toward the Palestinian’s collective punishment, destruction of olive groves, routine harassment, judicial prejudice, denial of medical services, assassinations, torture, apartheid-based segregation, etc—yet not denounce it for fear of being branded “anti-Semitic.”

To be free to acknowledge Zionism’s racist nature, therefore, one must debunk the calumny of “anti-Semitism.” Once this is done, not only will the criminality of Israel be undeniable, but Israel itself, will be shown to be the embodiment of the very anti-Semitism it purports to condemn (7).

Based on the above, Zionism as a movement based on racial superiority, and as an act of atrocity against Palestinians and the Arabs in general, is a glaring example of anti-Semitism.

The meaning of the word “Semitic” is used to describe a group of languages that includes Arabic and Hebrew, or the people who speak these languages.

The meaning of the word “Semitic” in the Oxford dictionary is: “1) of or connected with a family of languages that includes Hebrew and Arabic. 2) of or connected with the people who speak Semitic languages especially Hebrew and Arabic.”

Therefore, Semitism is not restricted to the Jews alone, but also to a family of Afro-asiatic languages, of which we have today Arabic, Hebrew, Maltese, and the South Arabic languages of northern Ethiopia. Ancient Semitic languages included Acadian, Sumerian, Canaanite, Amorite, Ugaritic, Phoenician, Punic, Aramaic, as well as ancient Hebrew and Syriac.

Thus, anyone who spoke or speaks these languages is by definition a Semite, though the term only came into use in 1813. In the case of the Middle East, Semites include the Palestinian Arabs. Not only do they speak a Semitic language (Arabic), but they are the direct blood descendants of the Canaanites, whom we know as the philistines.

The Zionist Jews who founded Israel are not Semites, and their language (Yiddish) is not Semitic. These Ashkenazi (German) Jews – as opposed to the Sephardic (Spanish) Jews – have no connection whatever to any of the aforementioned ancient peoples or languages.

They are mostly East European Slavs descended from the Khazars, a nomadic turko-finnic people that migrated out of the Caucasus in the second century and came to settle, broadly speaking, in what is now Southern Russia and Ukraine.

In A.D. 740, the Khagan (ruler) of Khazaria, decided that paganism wasn’t good enough for his people and decided to adopt one of the heavenly religions: Judaism, Christianity or Islam. After a process of elimination, he chose Judaism, and from that point the Khazars adopted Judaism as the official state religion.

The history of the Khazars and their conversion is a documented, undisputed part of Jewish history, but it is never publicly discussed. It is as former US State Department official Alfred M. Lilienthal declared, “Israel’s Achilles heel,” for it proves that Zionists have no claim to the land of the Biblical Hebrews (7).

The State of Israel in its present form is an ethnocentric garrison established by a non-Semitic people for the declared purpose of dispossessing and terrorizing a Semitic people. In fact from Nov. 27, 1947, to May 15, 1948, more than 300,000 Arabs were forced from their homes and villages. By the end of the year, the number was close to 800,000 by Israeli estimates. Today, Palestinian refugees number in millions.

That the Jews knew they were committing a criminal act is shown by a eulogy Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan delivered for a Jew killed by Arabs on the Gaza border in 1956:

“Let us not heap accusations on the murderers,” he said. “How can we complain about their deep hatred for us? For eight years they have been sitting in the Gaza refugee camps, and before their very eyes, we possess the land and the villages where they and their ancestors have lived. We are the generation of colonizers, and without the steel helmet and the gun barrel we cannot plant a tree and build a home.”

In April 1969, Dyan told the Jewish newspaper Ha’artez: “There is not one single place built in this country that did not have a former Arab population.”

War crimes occur when cruelty is made to appear honorable, and good people stand by and do nothing to stop it. The world watched as the Nazis unleashed state-sanction terrorism against the Jews, who were deemed to be sub-human (Untermenschen) – not worthy of dignity, respect or legal protection under the law. To kill a Jew, to destroy his livelihood, to force him and his family out of their homes – these were accepted, sanctioned forms of conduct by citizens of the German Reich to rid Europe of a specific group of people.

Today, the world watches as Israelis unleash state-sanctioned terrorism against Palestinians, who are deemed to be sub-human (Untermenschen) – not worthy of dignity, respect or legal protection under the law. To kill a Palestinian, to destroy his livelihood, to force him and his family out of their homes – these are accepted, sanctioned forms of conduct by citizens of the Zionist Reich designed to rid Palestine of a specific group of people. The Zionists of Israel claim that they have the right to annihilate other people. The oppressors should not ever claim that the response of the oppressed is anti-Semitism.

The Prophet of Islam accepted the Jews of Medina with open arms since they were people of the Book (Torah). In Islam, there are no chosen people above all other people. The most honorable of men in the sight of Allah is the one who lives righteously and abides by the laws of his true and authentic religion.  Islam does not accord any weight to race because it considers all people as equal as teeth on a comb. According to Islam the most loved by Allah are the ones in whose hearts reigns piety, who habitually exercise humility when standing before Allah in prayer; who refrain from idle talk, gossip and slander; who perform the religious duty of giving alms with the sympathetic feeling toward the poor; who refrain from unlawful sexual intercourse, sex perversion and sex abuse; who is trustworthy and is faithfully true to his duties which Allah has ordained ; and who faithfully observe his act of worship to the One and Only God, Allah.  Such like- persons are the inheritors of Allah’s mercy and blessings in the present life and in the Hereafter. They shall inherit Paradise – the Garden of Eden – where they enjoy the surpassing beauty and supreme bliss and shall dwell therein forever.

It seems that Zionism and Nazism are mirror images of each other. The biggest difference is that Zionism has always been very stealthy, skillfully hiding its racist inhumanity from most gentiles, while Nazism was very brazen and open about its racism.

The similarities between the Nazis and the Zionist Israelis are remarkable:

  • Both believe in power.
  • “Eretz (Greater) Israel” for the Zionists – “Lebensraum” (Living Room) for the Nazis.
  • The Nazis claimed Aryans were “The Master Race” – Talmudic Judaism claims that Jews are “The Chosen People”, and looks down on all “goyim” (non Jews) as being racially inferior.
  • Nazis are violently racist – Zionists are violently racist.
  • The Nazis looked for a “final solution” to what they called “the Jewish problem” – the Zionist Israelis look for the “‘final solution” to what they call “the Palestinian problem”.

It is amazing that the Israelis have the gall to openly refer to their evil policies as the “Palestinian problem” just as the Nazis referred to the Jews. Apparently, the Israelis feel so omnipotent that they no longer try very hard to hide the fact that they are essentially Jewish Nazis.

Rarely since the Second World have a people been so vilified as the Palestinians. And rarely has a people been so frequently excused and placated as the Israelis.

The Zionists succeeded in persuading large segments of world public opinion to link the Zionist cause with the holocaust. They insist that anti-Semitism is solely a crime against Jews, and that criticism of Zionism is by definition an attack upon Jews, a denigration of the Holocaust, and therefore anti-Semitic. In the last decade of the 20th century, to criticize the Jewish people, religion, or the nation of Israel is considered the worst moral crimes. Anyone with a negative word about them finds himself labeled an “anti-Semite.” Once a man acquires that label, true or not, nothing can redeem him from what the mass media views as the ultimate sin.

Zionism and Talmudic Judaism are inherently racist, referring contemptuously to all gentile people as “goyim” including Arabs, Europeans or Americans. The reality of Jewish racism is totally covered up by the Zionist-controlled mass-media, while gentile racism towards Jews is given wild publicity.

The genocide undertaken by the Israelis clearly equates Zionism with racism, and hence, the charge of anti-Semitism against those belying Israeli atrocities against Semite Palestinians becomes meaningless and absurd.

Apologists for Israeli terrorism will of course contend that the Nazi “final solution” meant the genocide of the Jews, whereas the Israeli “final solution” means no more than murdering a few thousand Palestinians and the exile of all Palestinians from Palestine. And now the Israelis have turned Gaza and the West Bank into a collection of huge Warsaw Ghettos.

That which is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor. That is the whole of the Torah; the rest is commentary.” — Hillel, a famous Jewish scholar.

If Nazism is racist and deserving of absolute censure, then so is Zionism, for they are both fruit of the poisonous tree of fascism. To condemn Israeli terrorism, does not in any way imply animus against Jews; neither does it attempt to diminish the Holocaust. In fact the opposite is true. Zionists did nothing to aid non-Zionist survivors of the death camps, and did everything they could to coerce them to come to Palestine. For Zionists, the only new worth saving for the camps was one who wanted to build the Jewish State.

For it to have any moral authority, the UN must equate Zionism with racism. If it doesn’t, it actually condones Israel’s war of extermination against the Palestinians (7).

Whatever anti-Semitism died down in western cultures, it had to increase many fold in the Middle East. It is a good guess that the idea of guerilla warfare, took hold after Muslims saw the success of the Vietnamese war against the Americans. If we follow the path of attacks, they started against Israel, migrated to US embassies and military installations, and finally to the American shores. When American politicians screw up, as they usually do, it is the American citizens who pay the price.


Theodor Herzl, the founder of Zionism, once thought ofUgandaas the Jewish homeland and this became known as the “Uganda Plan.” The Zionists later decided onPalestinebecause they considered it as the Jews historic homeland. The choice of Palestine was not based then on religious ground but on historical factors  (9).

Zionist slogan, “unpopulated land for landless people” was no more than misleading propaganda, as the Jews were not homeless nor was the land they sought unpopulated. The migration movement toPalestineinitiated by the Zionists was the beginning of the chaos in theMiddle East. Zionists totally disregarded other religions and nations, and aimed to bring a wide region, described by them as the “Promised Land”, under their domination. They therefore resorted to the most ruthless methods. Zionist terrorist organizations organized bloody attacks against the Arabs and the British inPalestine. Along the last 55 years they killed civilians, watched them die for want of medical care, destroyed their homes, ruined their crops and used them as human shields. It seems obvious that Israel does these things to achieve the previously mentioned Zionist slogan, so they drove the Palestinians out of their land instead of cohabiting with them, hoping to create a land entirely empty of gentiles, an Arabia desert in which Jewish children can laugh and play throughout a wasteland called peace.

After the official foundation of Israel in 1948, Zionism’s expansionist strategy brought to the entire Middle East conflict and pain. The map which Zionists drew up for Jews consisted of a very large area far beyond the borders ofPalestine.

Theodor herzl said in his speech at the Zionist congress of 1897 in Basel that, “The northern frontier is to be the mountains facing Cappadocia (Asia Minor), the southern, the Suez Canal.”

The founding father of the Israeli state, David Ben Gorion defined the purpose of Zionism by saying:
”The present map of Palestine was drawn by the British mandate. The Jewish people have another map which our youth and adults should survive to fulfill-from the Nile to theEuphrates.”

It is therefore obvious that Zionism’s ambition is not restricted to only Palestine but extends to other nations. Zionism is an irreligious racist ideology that seeks world dominion and represents a threat to world peace (10).

As in the case of other types of fascism, Zionism also attempted to make use of religion for its own end. It made use of religion to legitimize its fascist and racist ideology. The persecution and agony which happened to Jews along history are mentioned in the Torah. Zionists used the parts related to wars and massacres to legitimize the carnages they undertake against the Palestinians. Many religious Jews oppose the use of these parts of the Torah as a reference for the murders committed against the Palestinians. The Neturie Karta, an organization of anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews, proclaims that according to the Torah, “Jews are not allowed to shed blood, harm, humiliate or dominate other people.” They further stress that, “Zionist politicians and their fellow travelers do not speak for the Jewish people, the nameIsraelhas been stolen by them.”

Zionism, by pursuing the cruel policy of occupation in Palestine under the cloak of Judaism, actually does harm Judaism and Jews all over the world, and makes the citizens of Israel insecure and subject to attack by Palestinians willing to retaliate and take revenge from the Israelis.

Also there are people who in the name of Islam use the Koranic verses related to war and Jihad for justifying their violence against innocent Jews. These verses however, actually describe wars against people who had declared war on the Prophet and his followers. The misinterpretation of the Koranic verses with wicked intention to justify murder is far from piety and an act totally refused.

In the same way Islam rejects anti-Semitism, a racist ideology; it also rejects Zionism, another racist ideology.

Muslims realize that not all Jews are Zionists for there are many Jews who oppose the crimes against humanity. They strongly support that Israel withdraw from the occupied Palestinian territories, and wish Israel to be a free state in which all nations and identities can live together as equals. So Muslims’ criticism is aimed at Zionism and not Jews.

In reality, neither Islam, nor Judaism and Christianity approve violence and cruelty. Muslims recognize that the Jewish citizens of Israel have the right to live in peace in Palestine, the land of their ancestors, but at the same time, the other owners of Palestine, the Palestinians who lived on their land for thousands of years, have the right to live on their own land on equal basis with the Israelis.

The renowned French Muslim thinker Roger Garaudy wrote in his book,’ Right to reply’, “The worst enemy of the prophetic Jewish faith is the nationalist, racist and colonialist logic of tribal Zionism, born of the nationalism, racism and colonialism of 19th century Europe. This logic, which inspired all the colonialisms of the West and all its wars of one nationalism against another, is a suicidal logic. There is no future or security for Israel and no peace in the Middle East unless Israel becomes ‘dezionized’ and returns to the faith of Abraham, which is the spiritual, fraternal and common heritage of the three revealed religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam (11).

Many Jews today criticize the ideology of Zionism. Rabbi Hirsch, one of the foremost Jewish men of religion, said, “Zionism wants to define the Jewish people as a national entity…which is a heresy (12).

The resurgence of global anti-Semitism nowadays is due to the brutal aggression of Zionism and the resulting reaction of people from different nationalities and religions rejecting such attitude. Islam or even radical Islam is and will always remain totally innocent from the silly and naïve accusations claiming its involvement in the rise of anti-Semitism now prevailing around the world.

Muslims are but defending themselves against Zionists attacking their homes, families and land. Muslims are but calling the world to wake up and stop Zionism from adding Jew, Christian and Muslim lives into their death machine called Zionism. Instead of demonizing Islam the sincere Jews should cleanse the world from Zionism.

The odd behavior of Zionists around the world is really confusing!  First they said that Zionism is a lie and yet we are seeing its results. Second they tried to bully and intimidate those who tried to expose Zionism for what it is while carefully censoring the fact that not all Jews are Zionists.  Third they manipulate other nations to do their bidding while falsely saying it is being done in our name. Fourth they tried all tricks in the book to manipulate the media to spread false news, disinformation, misinformation, diversionary decoys at the expense of others. And now Zionists want to repeat the same mistakes of the past that took the lives of millions of innocent Jews in World War II. Zionists should stop adding and feeding more Jewish lives into their sacrificial suicide machine called Zionism for political gain. The sincere non-Zionist Jews should save their lives by cleansing the world from Zionism. Zionism as it seems today is already provoking the world again against innocent Jews. It is time for all non-Zionist Jews to cleanse the world free of Zionism or this suicide machine called Zionism will again destroy the Jews (13).

Did the Jews forget that every man is accountable for his worldly life before Allah?

At a time when Allah sees fit, this world will be brought to an end in a terrifying cosmic cataclysm frightful beyond imagination. In that Day of Judgment the bodies of the dead will be raised from the graves and rejoined with their souls. All men, past and present, will then stand before Allah, totally alone and helpless to receive their accounting. No carrier shall carry the burden of others, no soul can avail another soul, no intercession will be accepted, no ransom can be paid, nor can anyone be helped. Those who did evil deeds will be consigned to a terrible abode. There they will be in a state of enduring torment and agony from which there will be no respite. They will have no choice but to acknowledge the justice of their destiny which is due to what their own hands wrought.

They aim to deceive people, but they deceive none but themselves. When the world tells them make not mischief on earth, they say we only want to make peace! They are the ones who make mischief. They are false to themselves, and grievous in the sight of Allah is the penalty they incur.

Allah said in His Holy Koran:

“Indeed the sinners shall dwell forever in the chastisement of Hell-
Which is not abated for them, and they shall remain despairing.
And We did not wrong them, but they wronged themselves.” (Az Zukhruf 74-76).


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(2)   Israel: Jewish Supremacy in Action Atrocities against the Palestinians: integral part of the Israeli strategy.
By: Gavid Duke. http: // abbc.net/Duke.

(3)   Exodus (1960). Director & producer: Otto Preminger. United Artist.

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http: // www. Urbana.org/_articles

(7)   Israel: A monument to anti-Semitism. By Greg Felton. August 1, 2001.
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(8)   The American Century: The Rise and Decline of the United States as a World Power. By Donald White. Yale University Press. 1997.

(9)   Judging with justice about Judaism. By Harun Yahya.
http://www.Islam denouncesantisemitism.com/P_judging.htm

(10) What should a Muslim’s view of the people of the book and Zionism be? By harun Yahya.
http://www.islamdenouncesantisemitism.com/article 1.htm

(11)  Roger Garoudy. “Right to Reply: Reply to the Media Lynching of Abbe Pierre and Roger Garaudy: Samizdat, June, 1966.

(12) Washington Post. October 3, 1978.

(13) http://www.iio.org/article.php?story.