ADL: ‘Muslims hate Israel more during Ramadhan’

Israel lobby group, Anti-Defamation League (ADL), in a statement has accused Muslim world for hating the Zionist entity more during the month of fasting (Ramadhan) than they hate it the rest of the year.

Some of the more popular television specials airing across the Muslim and Arab world during the holy month of Ramadan – at a time when television viewership peaks across the Middle East – are “rife with anti-Semitic themes and expressions of hatred for Israel. It is deeply disturbing to see how anti-Semitism is so casually treated on some of these programs, where conspiracy theories such as those espoused in the notorious forgery, ‘The Protocols of the Elders of Zion’ are repeated as if they were fact, and where Israelis are portrayed using the grossest caricatures,” claims Abraham Foxman, head of ADL on August 2, 2012.

In another statement, Foxman thanked the Jewish-owned Apple and Google for removing Lebanese Islamic Resistance Hizbullah’s website application. Al-Manar website has provided application that gives the user the access to know latest news posted the possibility of follow it up directly on the ‘Google Play’. Later, Al-Manar website provided the application on Apple for two days only, before being stopped Tuesday night, after about 3500 users uploaded it within 48 hours. It was deleted as result of a letter by Abraham Foxman delivered to Aoole on July 25.

Foxman’s latest list of anti-Israel Arab medias include the following:

1. Ashab il-Sabt: A bi-weekly show is aired by Ar-Rahma, a Salafist channel based in Egypt that features professor, Dr. Mohammed Jalal Idris (Tanta University), an Hebrew linguist, who believes that the ‘Protocol of Elders of Zion’ are not a forgery but real and that Jews control the US and financial institutions around the world.

2. Firqat Naji Attalah: A nightly series, widely aired throughout the Middle East, depicts Israelis being warmongers and support armed resistance groups fighting the European Jews occupying Palestine.

3. Il Hukm Ba’d il Muzawla: A Candid Camera-style show, which airs on the Egypt-based An-Nahar TV has recently air an episode showing a guest roughing-up a staff whom he thought being an Israeli interviewer.

4. Al-Ghalibun: The Hezbol­lah TV chan­nel Al Manar is broad­cast­ing a new sea­son of last year’s suc­cess­ful series – “The Vic­to­ri­ous.” The series tells the story of the Israeli inva­sion of South Lebanon and the suf­fer­ing of the Lebanese peo­ple. It also show how Hizbullah fighters defeated Jewish army in 2006.

Canadian Jewish academic, Henry Makow PhD believes ‘The Protocols’ are real and being applied right now to create a ‘One World Government’ under Jewish domination. Read Markow’s article here.

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6 Responses to ADL: ‘Muslims hate Israel more during Ramadhan’

  1. silver price says:

    While the Muslim world wails over Palestinian refugees, the Jewish State is a nation of refugees populated by refugees from Czarism, Communism, Fascism, Nazism, Nasserism and Islamism. And each of those refugees had to begin a new life. The process wasn’t easy and Israel is still struggling with the challenges of absorbing millions of people from cultures as far apart as Russia, Yemen and France. But the refugee camps where they once lived, the tents and shacks, are a distant memory.

    • rehmat2 says:

      Israel is NOT a Jewish state. It’s a western colonial outpost in the Muslim East. Listen to US-Israeli Jewish brother, Jack Bernstein’s story.

      http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/israel.htm

      Foreign Jews who have displaced the native Palestinian Muslims and Christians – are not refugees. They’re coward to resist the anti-Jew regimes in their native European countries. More than 150,000 German Jews and Jewish terrorist groups like Irgun fought along Nazis to murder millions of Gypsies, Christians and Jews. In the Muslim world no Jew was expelled. the Jews were terrorised in Iraq, Morocco, Algeria, Tunis and many other countries by Jewish terrorist groups. Your fellow Jew from Iraq, Naem Giladi, tells the real story.

      http://www.inminds.co.uk/jews-of-iraq.html

      Shalom and good reading…..

  2. During Ramadan , al-Manar features special programs, many of which are self-produced. In 2001, Izz al-Din al-Qassam: Qisat al-jihad wa al-muqawama (Izz al-Din al-Qassam: A Story of Jihad and Resistance), a four-part drama based on the life of Izz al-Din al-Qassam , an early-twentieth-century Arab, after whom the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades are named. It was considered a success among Palestinians. The 2002 program Faris bi la jawad (A Knight without a Horse), which was produced by an Egyptian , was based on the The Protocols of the Elders of Zion , an old Russian anti-Semitic text claiming a conspiracy of Jews control the world, like many programs of the station. The 29-part series Ash-Shatat (The Diaspora), which was aired in 2003, was also based on The Protocols and produced in Syria ; it led to the banning of al-Manar in France .

  3. Naeem says:

    Of course the arabs are gonna believe the protocols are real when Israel(Jewish state) bombs innocent little kids and women , rapes steals land bull dozes Palestinian houses and steals over 80% of historic Palestine and the world turns the other cheek. The bolshevik revolution was led by Jewish personalities the foundation was led by jewish Karl Marx to the leaders Trotsky and Lenin both Jewish. Lets not forget the biggest mass murder in the modern history lazar kaganovich(Jewish) was responsible for the genocide of over 10 million Ukrainians.

  4. gold price says:

    During Ramadan , al-Manar features special programs, many of which are self-produced. In 2001, Izz al-Din al-Qassam: Qisat al-jihad wa al-muqawama (Izz al-Din al-Qassam: A Story of Jihad and Resistance), a four-part drama based on the life of Izz al-Din al-Qassam , an early-twentieth-century Arab, after whom the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades are named. It was considered a success among Palestinians. The 2002 program Faris bi la jawad (A Knight without a Horse), which was produced by an Egyptian , was based on the The Protocols of the Elders of Zion , an old Russian anti-Semitic text claiming a conspiracy of Jews control the world, like many programs of the station. The 29-part series Ash-Shatat (The Diaspora), which was aired in 2003, was also based on The Protocols and produced in Syria ; it led to the banning of al-Manar in France .

    • rehmat2 says:

      So you’re saying that only your brother Zionazis have the G-d-given right to make fun of others based on their own lies? There is nothing wrong with all those shows which have irked your Zionazi ego. They’re all based on facts which Israeli Hasbara will never tells to its brainwashed Zionist idiots.

      The ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion’ are as GENUINE as Jewish Talmud. Here is what Canadian Jewish academic says about ‘The Protocols’.

      “Published in Russia in 1903, it purports to be the leaked master plan for “Jewish world domination.” It is the kind of thing that would be studied at secret workshops of an occult society. In different ways, both Zionists and Nazis have made it synonymous with virulent anti Semitism and genocide…..”

      http://rense.com/general45/protodd.htm

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