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Thursday, October 08, 2009

And they call Israel an 'apartheid state'?

Pamela Geller points to a Muslim Sheikh speaking at al-Aqsa Mosque, and wonders why the Obama administration is silent in face of the obvious racism.
Salah’s deputy, Camel Hatib, who has been termed a “dangerous man” by former Northern District Police Chief Alik Ron, is also in Israel sights.

MK Dr. Michael Ben-Ari (National Union) wrote to Attorney General Menachem Mazuz, asking that an investigation be opened against Hatib for incitement to racism and violence. Hatib, interviewed on Army Radio, said, “The Al-Aksa Mosque and the Temple Mount are not holy to Jews and they are forbidden from praying there... It cannot be that an Ethiopian policeman, a Negro, will stop a Moslem from praying at the Al-Aksa Mosque.”
Who is the racist? The Israeli who treats the Ethiopian policeman the same as any other citizen or the Muslim Sheikh who cannot bear the thought of answering to 'a Negro'?

But don't expect anyone at the United Nations 'Human Rights Council' to investigate.


At 6:42 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

And don't expect a feckless Israeli government to do any thing to those inciting racism and violence with more than a slap on the wrist.

Revanants are well aware of how unequally the law has been enforced in the country by Israel's leftist-dominated police and security forces. If a Third Intifada breaks out, the government can't say it wasn't warned.

What could go wrong indeed

At 8:34 PM, Blogger Thermblog said...

The whole setup is racist and biased:

The Palestinian state-to-be must be Jew-free but the Jewish one has to take in more Muslims than the 20% already there.

Islam's 3rd holiest site is more important than Judaism's holiest.

Jews can be ordered from their homes, Palestinians cannot even for non-payment of rent.

Holocaust denial and Jew (Zionist) scapegoating done in public at the U.N. by the leader of a country earns no censure and does not preclude the country from being treated with respect. Etc etc.

At 9:40 PM, Blogger Red Tulips said...

Heh, Human Rights Council. Sadly, you meant to type anti-Human Rights Council. :(


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