“Oh Allah, count them one by one and annihilate them down to the very last one.
Do not spare any of them.” — Sheikh Ammar Shahin, Islamic Center of Davis, California, July 21, 2017
Yusuf Ziya Pasha al-Khalidi was for ten years mayor of Jerusalem, where Jews were already the local majority. As a Muslim, an Arab and an Ottoman subject, he wrote (March 1, 1899) a letter opposing Zionism to the chief rabbi of France, Zadok Khan. Yusuf Pasha detailed why he thought Zionism impossible. But at the same time, he validated the Jewish claim to be aboriginal there: “Who can contest the rights of the Jews regarding Palestine? Good Lord, historically it is really your country!”
Back in 2007, a government backed study in the UK found that a number of British schools stopped teaching the history of the Holocaust to avoid “offending” Muslim students. The report found that,
“…some teachers are reluctant to cover the atrocity for fear of upsetting students whose beliefs include Holocaust denial.” — Adara Press
“A London-based human rights organization reported 3,175 cases of human rights violations, including arbitrary detentions, by the PA security forces in the West Bank during 2016. According to the report, hundreds of those detained include university students and lecturers, as well as schoolteachers. During the same year, the PA security forces also detained 27 Palestinian journalists, the report revealed.” –Khaled Abu Toameh, an award-winning journalist, is based in Jerusalem.
Netanyahu’s chief of staff took the call. “Tell your boss that if he also wants a funeral like Peres, he should begin to move, to make progress,” the American on the phone told him.
“President Obama sometimes seems to have an indifference to historical truth that often borders on antagonism.…
Historically, Muslim forces began invading Syria in 634, and ended by conquering Constantinople in 1453.
They invaded not only all of Turkey – obliterating the great Christian empire of Byzantium – but then went on to conquer all of North Africa, Greece, Southern Spain, parts of Portugal, and eastern Europe, including Hungary, Serbia and the Balkans…
The US and the UN – both the Security Council and UNESCO – are not who determine what is historically true and what is not. These shameful votes should be reversed immediately; if not, all funding should be withdrawn from the United Nations, by United States and all freedom-loving democracies” — Maria Polizoidou