‘Jesus Was the First Palestinian Fedayeen’

Picture from Honest Reporting Canada, October 2013: ‘Writing in the Toronto Star on October 20, Ken Gallinger, dubbed an “ethically speaking columnist,” wrote the following non-sequitur statement: “Why are ‘good’ Christians so irredeemably more racist than their cousins outside the church? Incidentally, Jesus, the Palestinian, didn’t have blue eyes”.’

A number of Arab media outlets recently published an extended harangue on how evil Jews are.

Dr. Mustafa Yusuf Leddawi, who lives in Gaza, used the holiday season to say that Jewish rabbis hate Christmas and Christians. How can it be any other way, since the Jews persecuted and crucified Jesus? Not only that, but he informs us that Jews tortured early Christians with iron combs, ripped out their limbs, gouged out their eyes, and cut off their tongues.

Christians, we are told, know about how much Jews hate them, and about how Jews murder their children to get blood for their matzoh. Even today, Jews are stopping Christians from getting to Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas!

There are root causes, of course.

“Jews today are not happy and elated, but they [are] angry and disgruntled and envious and disgusted, and Christians of all denominations know it,” Leddawi says. “Jews do not give up their habits, they do not like the goodness of others, nor hopefulness in others.”

But some Jews are happy during Christmas season. These are the greedy Jewish businessmen who take advantage of this holiday to earn more money, and sell a lot of products, and take advantage of tourist traffic – renting out their Jew hotels, and promoting their Jew goods, and increasing the income of their airlines, greedy and insatiable, and with their greedy monopolies, and seamy exploitation and ill-treatment of gentiles – reflecting their ugly habits that have caused enlightened Europeans who suffered under these Jews and complained of their behavior, and have tasted the bitterness of Jewish treachery…


The article notes that one outlet was based in Sweden.

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  • ontario john

    But the Toronto Star and National Post say old white men are the problem in the world. How can they be wrong? My life as a Canadian soldier was a mistake, and my father and grandfather who fought in both world wars were wrong. Socialism and islam is the answer. Thankyou Western media for setting me straight. Praise allah.

    • Frau Katze

      Glad we’ve got that settled. It’s nice to see media with such a variety of opinions.

  • Slowly, slowly, the Moslems will, via their Leftist front men, lead people everywhere to overt, violent anti-Jewish hatred, just as they have brought the world to hate Israel within a few years (at most three decades, since the early eighties I’d say).

    • Frau Katze

      I’m afraid so. Mass Muslim immigration isn’t helping.

    • They use the tried and true methods of character assassination (ie- Jews are evil blood-drinkers, ect).

      Some people are incapable of shame.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I’d like to ask how many “Jewish

  • marty_p

    In typical Mo and Mo sympathizer fashion they are trying to re-write history – Muslims discovered America 300 yrs before Columbus, Neil Armstrong converted to Islam while walking on the moon, Einstein was Muslim, Jesus was Muslim – the only historical figure that I wish those F*ckers would claim as his behaviour was defiantly Mo (trying to conquer the world by force and hates Jews) was Hitler.

    • Frau Katze

      I’ve heard a few sat that Hitler was a secret revert.

      • Barrington Minge

        I though Hitler was a martian…..umm!!….Thud!

  • Billy Bob Thornton

    The only Jews left are the Ashkenazis and the biblical Jews all converted no doubt during the times of Mohammed, the Crusades and I don’t think any biblical Jews exist. The Palestinians have biblical Jewish blood in them. I believe they are the real Jews from ancient times and are descendants of them. No wonder the current Israeli Ashkenazis are so violent being from Central Asia from Khazaria which existed around 800 AD. Don’t forget that nation just converted to Judaism as they wanted to be different.

    • Frau Katze

      Now you’re going to la-la land. Genetically (DNA analysis), Askenazis are about 50% Semitic and rest European. Khazar as Jews is a myth.

      • Billy Bob Thornton

        And yet you deny that Palestinians are even semi-Jewish either or even descendants of them. Now who is playing the denial game.

        • Frau Katze

          The Pals are Middle Eastern. Don’t know anything in more detail.

          • Billy Bob Thornton

            If people obviously have a hatred when so many Palestinians are suffering then of course they will be viewed in such a negative light. I don’t play the hate game with anyone but the truth is scapegoating and distractions are all I see in the news as it sells newspapers.

            I am not in the hating game but I am open-minded and hope that a peaceful solution can end much of the conflicts in the Middle East which do date back 100 years with the British and the French and Sykes-Picot.

          • Billy Bob Thornton

            And people wonder why the ME is in such a mess. Think about it. Pre-1980 the ME was never a problem. ME nations were making deals with the Soviet Union in much of the areas. After Reagan times there started to get problematic as well.

          • Billy Bob Thornton

            I meant *it started to get problematic again. US foreign policy changed.

          • David

            The wing nut shows his stripes.

            I don’t hate to say it folks, I told ya so.

          • Surele Surele

            Billy, are you kidding? Pre-1980 ME was never a problem? Where do you get your information? Even simple google search will give some idea of “never a problem”.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            “Pre-1980 the ME was never a problem.”
            Wha?

        • Frau Katze

          But it’s 100% clear that Jesus was a Jew.

          • Billy Bob Thornton

            I am talking about after Jesus. It is obvious Jesus was Jewish.

          • Surele Surele

            In 1881, the British cartographer Arthur Penrhyn Stanley wrote: “In Judea it is hardly an exaggeration to say that for miles and miles there was no appearance of life or habitation

            The family names of many Arabs who now occupy the Holy Land reveal their country of origin: Masri (from Egypt ), Iraqi (from Iraq), Tarabulsi (from Tarabulus-Tripoli in Lebanon), Hourani (from Houran in Syria), Husseini (from Jordan), and Saudi (from Saudi Arabia,

            And:

            When General Allenby, the commander of the British military forces, conquered Palestine in 1917/1918, only a few thousand Muslim Arabs resided in the Holy Land. Most of the Arabs were Christians, and most of the Muslims in the area either came from Turkey under the Ottoman Empire, or were the descendants of Jews and Christians who were forcefully converted to Islam by the Muslim conquerors. These Muslims were not of Arab origin. Most references to Arabs in Palestine before 1917 refer to the Christian Arabs, not to the Muslims.

            most of the palestinians immigrated to israel AFTER 1917.

    • Frau Katze

      The Sephardim are 100% Middle Eastern.

      • Surele Surele

        In the narrower ethnic definition, a Sephardi Jew is a Jew descended from the Jews who lived in the Iberian Peninsula in the late 15th century, immediately prior to the issuance of the Alhambra Decree of 1492 by order of the Catholic Monarchs in Spain, and the decree of 1496 in Portugal by order of King Manuel I.

        • Frau Katze

          Is that the definition? Then they might be part European too. But I was thinking, of say, the Jews of Baghdad. They would be Middle Eastern 100%, no?

          • Surele Surele

            Sephardim as well as Ashkenazim have their roots in Ancient Israel. They moved, or were excelled to different regions of the world. Those who ended up in Spain and Portugal are Sephardim, those who traveled to Eastern Europe, via German Counties are Ashkenazim. Jews who were conquered in about 700 BC, were taken as slaves to land now known as Iraq. Those Jews referred to themselves as Baylim (Babylonians). This is of course a very simplified attempt on history.

    • Surele Surele

      Sorry Billy Bob Thornton. Palestinian are Arabs.See what Hamas leader says about this:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwBSWN4s9JU

      • Mickey Oberman

        A truly great comedian.

    • Gesamtzusammenhang

      Based on your comment, you probably don’t want an intelligent response, but I’m going to oblige you with one anyway, for the sake of the passing viewer, who stands to be misinformed by Internet Voodoo types such as yourself.

      A fair number studies have been done on Mizrahi, Sephardi, and Ashkenazic Jewish populations. According to genome-wide studies, the Jews (which is to say, the Semitic portion of their DNA) test with Druze and Cypriots (with the exception of Yemenite Jews, who test with Arabs). This makes logical sense, as the Druze have been the most constant population there and Cyprus, being an island with some amount of isolation, received less genetic shift from immigrants within the Ottoman Empire and the previous Umayyad Caliphate.

      Non-Druze Palestinians, however, tend to test with a range of non-Mediterranean Middle Eastern groups, and in many cases, Jews have more in common with Druze than Palestinians do with them. Palestinians often test closer to Saudi Arabians, and they are most identical to Jordanians (the West Bank was previously Jordan, so this is unsurprising).

      The genetic evidence suggests that there has been constant immigration and emigration in the area, and the historical and archeological record corroborates this. One of the few groups that has maintained a stable presence in the area are the Druze. Today, Druze soldiers (Druze must serve in the IDF) are acknowledged by Israeli Jews under the “covenant of blood.” They are considered “blood brothers” to Jews, and an indigenous group in the area. During Ottoman rule, they mainly stayed in their areas and kept their heads down, attempting not to attract the ire of the Muslims that would call them heretics for their failure to fully convert and assimilate to Sunni or Shi’ite statutes.

      The reason there is a problem linking “Palestinians” to the area has to do with the fact that the Ottoman Empire had a fairly mobile people, and during their rule the province was “al Sham,” which is Arabic for “Syria” (although there was inter-province movement and commerce). Palestinians were not a stable and constant population like the Druze, and their genetics doesn’t reflect any more connection to the area west of the Jordan river as to the area east of the Jordan river or south of the Negev. The oldest Arab family in Jerusalem, for example, is of the Nusaybah clan. They arrived in Jerusalem in the 7th century (they helped Mohammad when he was in exile from Mecca) from the Arabian peninsula. They aren’t Cypriots or Druze, although their ancestry would reflect what we find to be the norm in non-Druze Palestinian populations.

      Since the fall of the Ottoman Empire and the defeat of the Palestinian movement in the 1973 Jordanian Civil War, they’ve never really had a nation… So attaching their tentative nationality to a constant genetic presence in a geographic area is a bit difficult… Especially when the science doesn’t really corroborate their claim.

      Info:

      The Nusaybah clan: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nusaybah_clan

      Genome wide studies of Jews: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v466/n7303/full/nature09103.html

    • Gesamtzusammenhang

      So to wit: Jesus could have been similar to a Druze, but he wouldn’t have been a modern Palestinian, as the time of Jesus was prior to the movements of Arab clans and families into the area in the 7th century, and long before the Ottoman Empire had freedom of movement within its dominion.

      But more importantly, Jesus’s specific ancestry isn’t important. What’s important is how he has inspired billions of people in the course of history and was an heir of King David… So he would have recognized a Jewish claim to the temple mount.

  • simus1

    Wonder how well the “Star & Crescent, Toronto’s Muslim Voice”, stacks up in the area of muslim friendly basic washroom facilities? Have all staff completed health and safety courses in the intricacies of the muslim loo? Is there an on site mosque to cope with the strains of processing all that islamophobia they are constantly exposed to?

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    …a bad case of “Jooo-on-the-Brain Disease”.

  • Jesus and his followers were Jewish. The Romans with a handful of Jewish collaborators killed Jesus. The Roman government generally committed all kinds of atrocities from child sexual abuse to slavery to organized theft and more, so, it’s what you’d expect. Jewish people as a whole then and now had nothing to do whatsoever with the death, which after all had to happen (or so the account goes) for Jesus to rise again.

    Dear goodness, denying this is like denying that the sky is blue and air has oxygen. These hardcore Palestinian jihadist types are as desperate for ideas as they are desperate to fight. It’s sick.

    • T.C.

      You know, the more I think about it the more I am convinced that the whole Jews killing Jesus thing is just the best example of mooselimb taquiya that one can use to demonstrate how taquiya operates, playing one dhimi community off another. For example, some of the most virulent anti-Jewish sentiment was/is expressed in those European nations which were and still are the frontier states with Islam where taquiya would be concentrated – Spain, South France, Germany/Hungary, southern Russia / Ukraine. I think it is a pretty good bet that Hitler and other Nazis got their genocidal ideas from the ethnic cleansing indulged in by the Ottoman mooselimbs. I suspect that this has as much to do with mooselimb taquiya / propaganda working over the centuries on weak and undisciplined minds – far more than it has to do with Christian anti-Jewish sentiment. I grew up as the child of a clergyman and believe me some of the things my father had to deal with in Christian congregations were real eye-openers. But never once did I witness any expression of anti-Jewish sentiment by him or any Christian I met during those years. Come to think of it, I have only witnessed anti-Jewish sentiment once – from a businessman who was disgruntled with the bargaining he had to do with his Jewish clients. He had to fight for every penny of profit, which he didn’t like. I say suck it up princess.

    • Technically, yes. Theologically, we all killed Jesus but He destroyed sin and death by His resurrection. Muslims do not believe this. How can God save us in this fashion? These are holes in their theology. Not only is nothing possible with God and that Jesus wasn’t God’s Son but owing one’s salvation to a Jew is just anathema to an Islamist. This theology is not based on spirit but on culture and antagonism. Big problem.

  • Ignoring Jesus’ Jewishness is as bad as ignoring His ultimate sacrifice or even His existence.

    Whatever it takes to fit a narrative these days…

    • Clausewitz

      Jesus for a long time was known as, “That heretical Rabi”

      • Not in my church He wasn’t!

        • Clausewitz

          Nor mine, but the Progressives like the UCC hold this belief. That’s why they are no longer an actual church but the minor leagues for the NDP.