Cross-posted by Gary Fouse
This tape is about 5 minutes long and shows protesters on both sides. The chants of both sides are also audible. What is important to hear is the final part of the tape, when anti-Israel protesters chant "Long live Hitler", "Hitler rest in peace", and a reference is made to Jews in the ovens-eerily similar to the chants heard from a young Muslim woman in Ft Lauderdale a few days ago at a similar rally.
Did you know that even today, Adolf Hitler is regarded as a hero by millions in the Middle East?
Did you know that Mein Kampf has been translated into Arabic and, along with the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, is one of the top-selling books in the Middle East today? The latter was a forged document that purported to show a Jewish conspiracy to take over the world.
Did you know about the association between Adolf Hitler and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, a virulent anti-Semite, who spent most of World War II in Berlin, made anti-Semitic radio broadcasts to the Middle East from Berlin urging Muslims to kill Jews, and who helped organize a 100,000 man Muslim army in Bosnia that helped murder Jews in that region during the Holocaust?
If you don't know about al-Husseini or the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, I urge you to check them out. Google them. The former is one of the earliest members of the Muslim Brotherhood-the very organization that helped found Hamas. The latter was a forgery created in Czarist Russia that helped spark anti-Jewish feeling in the late 19th century. Though it was long ago proved a forgery, it still is accepted in the Middle East.
Watch the above tape. Research the above facts I have mentioned. Read the Qu'ran. Read the life of Mohammed. Don't take my words. Take their own words.
This is not about land. This is not about Gaza. This is not even about the innocent civilians who are suffering in Gaza in the cross-fire of a war. This is about religion.
This is about Jew-hatred. This is about Muslims who cannot tolerate a Jewish state-no matter how small it may be-in the Middle East.
So listen to the words of the anti-Israel protesters at the end of the tape-and you tell me who is on the right side.