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Shireen Qudosi: Muslim Deformer Lies: Claims Muslim Anti Semitism Comes From Nazis- Doesnt Mention Koran
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MIM: Shireen Qudosi, a Muslim Deformer on the Clarion Project payroll outrageously lied when she told a predominently Jewish audience in Florida at The Gross Family Center For The Study Of Anti-Semitism And The Holocaust that Nazis, not Muslims, are to blame for rampant anti-semitism in the Islamic world and never once mentioned to prominent role that the Koran has played in promoting and inciting Muslim Jew hatred for centuries! She falsely claims that the rabid Jew hater, Mufti Haj Amin al Husseini "would have been lost the dustbin of history" without Nazi support totally ignoring the fact that al- Husseini instituted Muslim pogroms in 'Palestine' before the existence of the state of Israel in which Jews were mutilated and murdered and Jewish communities wiped out long before he had any contact with the Nazi regime.Muslim anti-semitism is mandated in the Koran and any attempt to claim otherwise is a form of Holocaust revisionism.In short Qudosi is a pathological liar, which her recent and past remarks prove beyond a shadow of a doubt:
From Amazon re "The Legacy Of Islamic Antisemitism: From Sacred Texts To Solemn History"
"This comprehensive, meticulously documented collection of scholarly articles presents indisputable evidence that a readily discernible, uniquely Islamic antisemitism-a specific Muslim hatred of Jews-has been expressed continuously since the advent of Islam... leading scholars provide example after example of antisemitic motifs in Muslim documents reaching back to the beginnings of Islam..."
From the Koran:
"Narrated Abu Hurairah: Allah's Messenger said, I have been ordered (by Allah) to fight against the people till they say La ilaha illallah (none has the right to be worshipped but Allah), and whoever said La ilaha illallah, he saved his life and property from me except for Islamic law, and his accounts will be with Allah (either to punish him or to forgive him).'"
Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol. 4, Book 56, No. 2946, p. 126
"Narrated Abu Hurairah: Allah's Messenger said, The Hour will not be established until you fight against the Jews, and the stone behind which a Jew will be hiding will say, O Muslim! There is a Jew hiding behind me, so kill him.'"
Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol. 4, Book 56, No. 2926, p. 113
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West Still Propping Up Alliance Of Nazis And Islamist Supremacists
Clarion Project was honored to speak at the Gross Family Center for the Study of Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust on the theme of Nazis and Islamist Supremacism. On December 15, 2019, Clarion Project Executive Director Richard Green and Clarion's National Correspondent Shireen Qudosi addressed an audience of 400 in West Palm Beach, Florida, in a talk connecting a timeline between Nazi and Islamist supremacism and the impact that alliance has had on present day anti-Semitism.
We addressed the similarities between the two ideologies, how Nazi propaganda influenced modern day conspiracy theories fanning anti-Semitism, and how Islamist partnerships with the Nazis continued well after the history books closed the chapter on World War II.
Here are some of Qudosi's remarks:
Nazism and Islamist militancy both gained momentum in the early 20th century after Germany's defeat in World War I and amid growing resentment to Western imperialism in the Muslim world.
Nazi propaganda piggy-backed off both responses to rally support for the Third Reich and stoke anti-Jewish sentiment in the Muslim world.
Ultimately, the Nazi attempt to weaponize an entire population of Muslims failed. (More Muslims fought for Allied powers than Axis powers. In addition, Muslims were also skeptical of the inevitable reach of German empire-building; hence they never bought into the Nazi propaganda of Germans as Muslim liberators.)
However, the Nazi propaganda which fanned conspiracy theories of Jews attempting to control and influence the world was accepted by the Muslim world. The Nazi narrative largely replaced the predominant narrative that painted Jews as dhimmis (second-class citizens in sharia-compliant societies).
It's also worth noting that the Grand Mufti Haj Amin al-Husseini, the notorious anti-Semitic Arab Islamist figure in British Mandate Palestine, was not widely accepted by the Muslim world as a leader until he was elevated to that position by the Nazis.
Once in a position of power, al-Husseini was more of a Nazi than even top-ranking Nazi officials.
He killed Muslims who talked to Jews and was on the Nazi payroll even after the Nazis were defeated. Al-Husseini also helped smuggle Nazis to the Middle East after World War II, where they changed their names, converted to Islam and rose to positions of power.
Al-Husseini escaped persecution himself after World War II by fleeing to Cairo where he enjoyed protection and went on to fan the hate that birthed modern-day Islamist ideologies. Al-Husseini inspired Hasan al-Bana, founder of the Muslim Brotherhood as well as Syed Qutb, lead theologian for the Muslim Brotherhood who, in turn, inspired al-Qaeda and ISIS.
While the chapter on the Third Reich may have ended in the 20th century, the ripple effect of their impact on the rest of the world including the Muslim world continues to this day.
The Muslim Brotherhood is well documented to have infiltrated institutions in the United States, with Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated leadership in positions of power influencing media, civics and politics.
Today, Muslims like myself who support Israel's right to exist and do not put litmus tests on Jewish allies, are socially tarred and feathered for talking to Jews. We're accused of being on the payroll of "Zionists" along with a laundry list of other accusations that stem from the very same Jew-hating propaganda Nazis gave oxygen to in the Middle East through ideological carriers like al-Husseini.
Today, Islamist leadership in the West relies on the same rhetoric that spawned the dark alliance between Nazis and Islamist supremacists, using language of revolutions that calls Muslims to arms against the bogeyman of a Western oppressor or imperialist power.
The lesson for the modern world is that someone like al-Husseini would have been lost in the dustbin of history had he not been supported and elevated to a position of power by the Nazis.
Sadly today, a well-meaning West including many sons and daughters of those who fought the Nazis is propping up individuals and institutions that descended from the twisted hateful ideologies of the dark alliance between Nazis and Islamist supremacism.
Many thanks to the Gross family for organizing a gathering of the faithful invested in remembering and preserving human dignity.