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Encyclopaedia Judaica

Anti-Semitism of the Arabs 1880-1970

Arab anti-Semitism because of Jewish Arab "conflict" in Palestine - literature - translations

from: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971: Anti-Semitism, vol. 3

presented by Michael Palomino (2008)

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[Arab Anti-Semitism because of Jewish Arab "conflict" in Palestine]

[[Israel was founded without any definition of borderlines. Racist Zionist borderlines are in the West the Nile, and in the East the Euphrates, according to 1st Mose, chapter 15, phrase 18. Of course this Jewish imperialism is not mentioned in the article]].

Later Arab Anti-Semitism was influenced by European anti-Semitic literature (mainly French) published in Arabic in the second half of the 19th century, particularly in connection with the *Damascus Affair. In about 1869, Neophytos' Destruction of the Jewish Religion was published in Arabic in Beirut.

In 1890 H. Faris (Fāris) published in Cairo a book on the blood libel entitled The Cry of the Innocent in the Horn of Freedom (reissued in 1962 in the U.A.R. official series of "National Books" under the title Talmudic Human Sacrifices).

August *Rohling's The Talmud Jew was published in Cairo in 1899 and was cited as a source in such publications as the Arab version of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion published (c. 1967) by Shawqi' Abd al Nasir (Shawqī ' Abd al Nāṣir, President *Nasser's brother.

The publication of anti-Semitic literature became a spate [[flood]] as a result of the Arab-Israel conflict. Anti-Semitic themes and arguments were developed by Arab propaganda as a weapon against the yishuv during the Mandate period (1917-18) and even more so against the [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] State of Israel. The radical objective of liquidating the Jewish state as a political entity induced Arabs to present the [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] State of Israel as both aggressive and inherently evil, and the need to substantiate the wickedness of [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel led them to trace the sources of its evil to the history, culture, and religion of the Jewish people.

[[Israel is a racist state with racist ideology of racist Zionist Herzl with the aim to drive away and to enslave all Arabs. The aim is a "Greater Israel" from Nile to Euphrates according to 1st Mose, chapter 15, phrase 18]].

Despite attempts to differentiate between [[racist]] Zionism and Judaism, it has been stressed repeatedly that Zionism - which is presented as a sinister, racist colonialism - originated from, and is a continuation of, Judaism. [[Racist]] Zionism  is also frequently characterized as "the executive mechanism" of Judaism. For example, H. al-Hindi (al-Hindī) and M. Ibrahim wrote in their Israil: Fikra, Haraka, Dawla (Isrāī.:Fikra, Ḥaraka,Dawla) ("Israel:Thought,Movement, State", Beirut, 1958, p. 113):

"We fight against the imperialist regime and the Jewish people, whose invading vanguard in Palestine, called Israel, is preparing for a further leap."

Though Arab anti-Semitism did not cause the Arab-Israel conflict, but rather was stimulated by it, it has aggravated Arab hostility.

[Arab literature against racist Zionism and racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel]

Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Anti-Semitism, vol.
                3, col. 156: [[cartoon of Talmud as a symbol for racist
                Zionism bringing death to the World]]. An Egyptian
                pamphlet called "The Protocols of teh Elders of
                Zion" and "The Teachings of the Talmud"
                published by President Nasser's brother, Shawqi, 1967
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Anti-Semitism, vol. 3, col. 156: [[cartoon of Talmud as a symbol for racist Zionism
bringing death to the World]]. An Egyptian pamphlet called "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" and
"The Teachings of the Talmud" published by President Nasser's brother, Shawqi, 1967


The amount and vehemence of anti-Semitic literature in Arabic has no parallel in the post-World War II era. In addition to its quality and tenor, the fact that much of it has emanated from official publishing houses and government agencies makes it all the more significant, as it does not originate on the fringes of Arab society but rather at the center.

[[Racist Zionist aims to establish a "Greater Israel" and to drive all Arabs away and to enslave all Arabs is not mentioned in the Encyclopaedia Judaica]].

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion has been translated into Arabic several times and been recurrently referred to, summarized, and quoted by various Arab authorities, including Nasser himself (see e.g., the official (col. 138)

English volume of his speeches and press interviews. 1958,part 2, p. 30). Anti-Semitic themes and abstracts from the Protocols have been included in Arab secondary school textbooks, as e.g., in Dh. al-Hindawi's (al-Hindāwī 's) al-Qadiyya al-Falistinyya (al-Qaḍiyya al-Falisṭīnyya) ("The Palestine Problem"), published in 1964 by the Jordanian Ministry of Education, and in indoctrination material of the armed forces, as in Hasan Sabri al-Khuli's (Ḥasan Ṣabrī al-Khūlī 's) Qadiyyat Filastin (Qaḍiyyat Filasṭīn) ("The Palestine Problem"), published by the Indoctrination Directorate of the U.A.R. Armed Forces.

The concept of a Jewish world conspiracy, as described in the Protocols, was the main theme adopted by Arabs from European anti-Semitism as early as the 1920s. It later may have served the psychological need of alleviating Arab self-reproach for failures and defeats by alleviating Arab self-reproach for failures and defeats by asserting that the Arabs fought not only against [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel, but against "those who are behind her" - imperialism and world Jewry [[with all it's fund raising actions in the whole world, above all in criminal racist "USA"]].

[Arab writings about exterminations]

That Arabs have not hesitated to exploit anti-Semitic themes, despite their  witnessing the moral havoc wrought by Nazi anti-Semitism in Germany, proves the vehemence of Arab anti-Semitism. In Arab political literature,the Nazi extermination of the Jews has been justified. It has been suggested  that others will follow this example,

[[The First Nations in criminal racist "USA" were eliminated first, then there were racist Nazi forces  who eliminated a part of Jewry, and then  racist Zionists projected the elimination and enslavement of all Arabs, see the racist Herzl booklet: "Jewish State" which is the mental base of Israel until today (2008)]].

and Adolf *Eichmann has been hailed [[cheered]] as a martyr (see, e.g., Abdallah al-Tal's Khatr al-Yahudiyya 'Ala al-Islam wa-al-Masihiyya (Khaṭr al-Yahūdiyya 'Alā al-Islām wa-al-Masīḥiyya) ("The Danger of World Jewry against Islam and Christianity") and M.A. 'Aluba's ('Alūba's) Filastin wa-Damir al-Insaniyya (Filasṭīn wa-Ḍamīr al-Insāniyya) ("Palestine and Humanity's Conscience"), both published in Cairo in 1964).

[[Details would be interesting, but are missing]].

Thus, anti-Semitism has served Arab political and intellectual leaders as a psychological tool to prepare their people for the violent liquidation of Israel [[because racist Zionist Herzl Israel is collaborating with Free Masons and CIA against the Arabs, and Jewish pupils are trained in hatred against the Arabs]].

Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Anti-Semitism, vol.
                3, col. 145: [[cartoon]]: An Arab publication,
                "Zionism Unmasked", depicts the Jew as a snake
                squeezing gold out of his victim.
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Anti-Semitism, vol. 3, col. 145: [[cartoon]]: An Arab publication,
"Zionism Unmasked", depicts the Jew as a snake squeezing gold out of his victim.


[Arabs are Semites - translations of works into European languages]

The quibble [[formulation]] that the Arab anti-Jewish attitude cannot be defined as anti-Semitism because "the Arabs themselves are Semites" is sometimes used by Arab spokesmen, particularly in statements addressed to the outside world. Arabs have distributed anti-Semitic literature in European languages in various countries, and anti-Semitic groups in Europe and America have collaborated with Arab representatives, as the Arab states can offer them such instrumentalities as support and asylum. The affiliation between Arabs and western anti-Semites is manifested by the tendency of post-World War II anti-Semitism to support the Arab case against [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel.

Arab leaders are aware of the dilemma that by helping to propagate anti-Semitism they may endanger the position of the Jews in various countries and thereby induce further Jewish migration to [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel, but their emotions and their belief that the Arab struggle is a global one directed against world Jewry often override other considerations. The very meagerness of the remnants of the Jewish communities in most Arab countries, apart from *Morocco, has been a factor limiting the development of social anti-Semitism. However, there is clearly an element of anti-Semitism in the persecution of Jews in *Syria and *Iraq.

After the Six-Day war there appeared in the Arab press condemnations of the excessive use by Arabs of anti-Semitic themes, specifying the damage caused by extremism to the Arab case. The frequency of anti-Semitic publications subsequently abated somewhat. A later book is Bint al-Shati' (Bint al-Shāṭi') "Dr. 'A'isha 'Abd al-Rahman / Dr. 'Ā'isha 'Abd al-Raḥman), A'da al-Bashar (The Enemies of Humanity), published by the UAR Government - The Higher Council of Islamic Affairs, 1964.

[Y.H.]

[[Of course the violations of Arab women, the expulsions of Arabs in Palestine, the mass flight of Palestinians to the neighbor countries, and the racist treatment of the Palestines by the racist Jewish police - are not mentioned in this article]].






Sources
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971):
                        Anti-Semitism, vol. 3, col. 137-138
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Anti-Semitism, vol. 3, col. 137-138
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971):
                        Anti-Semitism, vol. 3, col. 155-156
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Anti-Semitism, vol. 3, col. 155-156
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971):
                        Anti-Semitism, vol. 3, col. 145-146
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Anti-Semitism, vol. 3, col. 145-146


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