There is a lot more that I could say on this subject of why the Palestinians don’t understand Israel and the Israelis. I suspect that we could write a book on the subject and barely scratch the surface. After all, the Arab-Israeli conflict is a reflection of the human condition. It’s all about the good … Read moreLooking for an Earthquake
You cannot satisfy Evil. It is insatiable and a bottomless pit. Remember Hitler? All that he wanted was the German-speaking parts of Czechoslovakia. The West was uncomfortable about this. They felt that they were abandoning a friend in central Europe, but they reasoned that they needed to neutralize Hitler. They reasoned that the ‘greatest good … Read moreRemember Hitler?
Enter the Mahdaviat. We’ve talked about the Nazism at the roots of the Palestinian national movement. We’ve hinted at the genocidal racism at the roots of other Sunni radicals. But, what about the Shia? What lies at the root of Shiite radical Islam? Something far, far more frightening than neo-Nazi ideology. When dealing with Nazis, … Read moreEnter the Mahdaviat
All last week, I went on and on, ad nauseum, about the Nazi ideology that lies at the heart of the Palestinian national movement. The Palestinian nationalists were such a great place to start because their Nazism was so obvious. Their founders used Mein Kampf as their second bible, and their followers have made it … Read moreA More Acceptable Version of Hitler
I find it interesting that the Grand Mufti, Amin al-Husseini (also spelled al-Husayni) participated – either activily or passively – in the Armenian genocide of 1915 to 1916. Based on when/where/what he was at the time, there was justÂ no way that he couldn’t have playedÂ an activeÂ role in the murder of 1.5 million Orthodox Christians by … Read moreAbout the Father of Palestinian Nationalism