On December 2, 2011 – Russian Pravda published an article by Yuri Sosinsky-Semikhat, entitled Animal fear of Jews in Arab states, which looks like a page from Israeli ‘Hasbara Handbook’.

Interestingly, Yuri believes that every Muslim nation-state where Jews live – becomes an “Arab states”, such as, Iran, Turkey and Libya. Furthermore, he doesn’t know that Jews even live in Albania, Uzbekistan, Morocco, Algeria, Nigeria, Bosnia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Yemen, Azebaijan, and other Muslim nation-states.

“Global change in the Middle East caused by an epidemic of revolutions can significantly affect the fate of entire nations. Israel (understandably) does not hide its fears with regard to strengthening the position of the Islamists in Egypt, Syria, Libya and Tunisia,” writes Yuri.

In reality – with the exception of Eyptian Muslim Brotherhood – the so-called “Islamists” in Syria, Libya and Tunisia are all Israeli ‘bedfellows’. The Chairman of the ruling National Transitional Council (NTC), Mustafa Abdul Jalil, has invited British-Israeli dual citizen Jew, Raphael Luzon to return to Benghazi and participate in the post-Qaddafi government. Israelis, US and French Jewish groups are supporting anti-Bashar rebels in Syria. Tunisia’s Al-Nahda party which won majority seats – has not demanded closing diplomatic relation with the Zionist entity.

“Jewish community in Iraq is considered to be one of the oldest, and goes back to the 6th century BC, the reign of the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar. By the beginning of the 20th century, the Jewish population here amounted to 120 thousand people. After the British left the country (in the early 1930s), persecution and pogroms have ensued,” writes Yuri.

Yuri’s claim of “persecution and pogroms” was best answered by Iraqi-born Jewish author Naeim Giladi (died 2010), an Israel-US citizen in his article ‘The Jews Of Iraq‘. In the article, as a former member of an underground Zionist terrorist group in Iraq, he says that “the Jews from Islamic lands did not emigrate willingly to Israel; that, to force them to leave, Jews killed Jews; and that, to buy time to confiscate ever more Arab lands, Jews on numerous occasions rejected genuine peace initiatives from their Arab neighbors. I write about what the first prime minister of Israel called “cruel Zionism“. I write about it because I was part of it“.

The European Jewish terrorist cells in Egypt, Morocco, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia and several other Muslim countries used similar tactics to create fear among the local Jewish population in order to force them to emigrate to Occupied Palestine.

While 150,000 German Jews served in Nazi Army which killed millions of Gypsies, Christians and Jews – Turkey saved 100,000 European Jews from Nazis.

American Rabbi Haim Ovadia proclaimed: “I am a Jew of Islam“. Why? Because he believes “Judaism under the rule of the Crescent took a different (for better) course than that under the rule of the Cross“.

American Norman H. Gershman produced the documentary God’s House in appreciation to Albanian Muslims who saved Jews from Nazis. “To me Islam is poetry. is science, is to be with the Divine. Islam is beauty,” he said.

Iranian-born Israeli President Moshe Katsav (born 1945 and his parents emigrated to Israel in 1951) irked his fellow Likud Zionazi politicians when in an interview he claimed that Jews in Muslim countries were treated far better than they were treated in Christian countries.

After centuries of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine (Christian) oppression and persecution, the Jews of the Near East, of North Africa, of Spain, and Persia, looked upon the Islamic state as liberator. Many of them readily helped its armies in th conquests and co-operated enthusiastically with the Islamic state administration. This cooperation was followed by acculturation into Arabic and Islamic culture, which produced a dazzling blossoming of Jewish arts, letters, sciences, and medicine. It brought affluence and prestige to the Jews, some of whom became ministers and advisers to the caliphs. Indeed, Judaism and its Hebrew language developed their “golden age” under the aegis of Islam Hebrew acquired its first grammar, the Torah its most highly developed jurisprudence, Hebrew letters their lyrical poetry; and Hebrew philosophy found its first Aristotelian, Musa ibn Maymun (Maimonides), whose thirteen precepts, couched in Arabic first, defined the Jewish creed and identity. Judaism developed its first mystical thinker as well, Ibn Gabirol, whose “Sufi” thought brought reconciliation and inner peace to Jews throughout Europe. Under Emir al Rahman III in Cordoba, the Jewish prime minister, Hasdai ben Shapirut, managed to effect reconciliation between Christian monarchs whom even the Catholic Church could not bring together. All this was possible because of one Islamic principle on which it all rested, namely, the recognition of the Torah (OT) as revelation to Hebrew prophets as Allah’s religion, which Holy Qur’an attested and proclaimed.

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