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May 10, 2013 0

OnIslam Publishes E-Book Denying Jewish Connection To Holy Land

An Egypt-based web­site that pro­vides reli­gious guid­ance to Mus­lims world­wide has released an e-book called “Time­line of Jerusalem (Al-Quds)” that denies any con­nec­tion between Jerusalem and Jews and depicts Israel as a state cre­ated through eth­nic cleansing.onislam-ebook

The e-book is avail­able on OnIslam.net, which is affil­i­ated with rad­i­cal Mus­lim Broth­er­hood cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

Released in March 2013, the e-book con­tains three chap­ters: “Early His­tory,” “Cre­ation of Israel,” and “Sys­tem­atic Judaiza­tion of Al-Quds.” In the “Early His­tory” sec­tion, the book­let describes the Hebrew inva­sion of the Land of Canaan as “geno­ci­dal mas­sacres against the native Canaan­ite tribes.”

Sim­i­larly, in the sec­tion titled “Cre­ation of Israel,” Israel’s estab­lish­ment is char­ac­ter­ized as “a wave of geno­ci­dal mas­sacres against Pales­tini­ans. Many noto­ri­ous mas­sacres were cold-bloodedly com­mit­ted in Pales­tin­ian cities, such as Dir Yasin, Tan­tura, and Dawaymeh.”

The sec­tion on the “Sys­tem­atic Judaiza­tion of Al-Quds” describes Jew­ish vis­its to the Tem­ple Mount as provo­ca­tions by “Talmudic-minded set­tlers, who con­duct Tal­mu­dic rit­u­als and call for the demo­li­tion of Islamic shrines in Jerusalem.”

The author of the e-book, Khalid Amayreh, a Hebron-based Pales­tin­ian jour­nal­ist with ties to Hamas, attempts to estab­lish an exclu­sively Arab and Pales­tin­ian his­tor­i­cal iden­tity for Jerusalem’s ancient occu­pants. Amayreh pre­vi­ously pro­duced an e-book titled, “The Nazis of our time: The creep­ing Israeli geno­cide against the Palestinians.”

OnIs­lam fre­quently fea­tures arti­cles on Qaradawi and pub­lishes fat­was express­ing sup­port for “mar­tyr­dom oper­a­tions,” or sui­cide bomb­ings against Israel. The site also includes arti­cles and reli­gious rul­ings sup­port­ing vio­lence against homo­sex­u­als, as well as anti-Semitic and anti-Israel content.

For exam­ple, a March 2013 fatwa by Maher al-Huli, the head of the fatwa depart­ment in the Pales­tine Schol­ars Asso­ci­a­tion, was pub­lished on the web­site, rul­ing that non-Palestinian Mus­lims should not travel to visit the Al Aqsa mosque “while it remains cap­tive by the state of the Jews.” The web­site also has a por­tal ded­i­cated to the issue of homo­sex­u­al­ity, which con­tains sev­eral arti­cles denounc­ing homo­sex­u­al­ity as “sex­ual per­ver­sions” that “spread cor­rup­tion on earth.”

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May 2, 2013 2

Qaradawi On Doha Interfaith Conference: Keep Jews Out!

Rad­i­cal Mus­lim Broth­er­hood cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi derided the 10th annual Doha inter­faith con­fer­ence held in Qatar last week for includ­ing Jews.qaradawi-doha

Dur­ing his April 26 Fri­day ser­mon at the Omar Bin al-Khattab Mosque in Doha, Qaradawi said he decided to boy­cott the con­fer­ence because he can­not dia­logue with Jews. “…I can­not be with [sic] a con­fer­ence that includes the oppres­sor Jews,” Qaradawi said.

“No way I will put my hand in their hands,” Qaradawi added. “Their hands are soiled with blood. Their hands are the hands of killing, the hands of tyranny and the hands of injus­tice. I can­not con­t­a­m­i­nate my hands by putting it in their hands.”

Qaradawi ini­tially announced his inten­tion to boy­cott the con­fer­ence in an inter­view with the Qatari daily news­pa­per Al-Arab on April 22. “I decided to not par­tic­i­pate, so that I would not sit with the Jews on one plat­form… the Jews are usurp­ing Pales­tine and al-Aqsa Mosque and destroy­ing the houses of God…” Qaradawi told Al-Arab reporter.

In the same inter­view, Qaradawi crit­i­cized all efforts to have a dia­logue with other reli­gious groups, claim­ing they are useless.

Qaradawi pre­vi­ously declined to par­tic­i­pate in the 8th annual Doha con­fer­ence in 2011. In a state­ment released by Qaradawi’s office at that time, he report­edly said, “How can we con­duct a dia­logue in a time when they seize lands, shed blood, burn farms, and demol­ish houses? Palestine’s conun­drum has to be resolved first before we sit together at the same table.”

Qaradawi, who heads The Inter­na­tional Union of Mus­lim Schol­ars, has gar­nered world­wide appeal through a wide net­work of asso­ci­a­tions and by mak­ing use of var­i­ous media out­lets. Through his speeches and writ­ings, Qaradawi has demon­strated con­sis­tent sup­port of ter­ror­ist groups that seek to under­mine a peace­ful res­o­lu­tion of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

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February 1, 2013 3

UAE Official Links Israel and Jews To Muslim Brotherhood Conspiracies Via Twitter

“…how fast you roman­ti­cized the Jews, couldn’t you wait a year at least… such a rush.”

Dubai Police Chief, Dahi Khal­fan, who is known for his pub­lic ani­mos­ity toward the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood, is increas­ingly using anti-Israel con­spir­acy the­o­ries and anti-Semitism in his Twit­ter cam­paign against the Mus­lim Brotherhood.

Khal­fan, who also holds the rank of Lieu­tenant Gen­eral and serves as a mem­ber of the Exec­u­tive Coun­cil of the Gov­ern­ment of Dubai, has over 300 thou­sand fol­low­ers on his Twit­ter account, which he devotes pri­mar­ily to crit­i­cism the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood.

In his tweets, Khal­fan tries to dis­credit the Broth­er­hood by describ­ing nefar­i­ous alle­giance to Israel and Jews. The way Khal­fan uses these con­spir­acy the­o­ries demon­strates that no alle­ga­tion made against Jews and Israel is too absurd when it is used to stig­ma­tize and dis­credit oth­ers in Arab world.

“The Jewish-Muslim Broth­er­hood alliance and the project of estab­lish­ing Greater Israel.”

On Jan­u­ary 2, for exam­ple, Khal­fan Retweeted a link to a YouTube video titled “The Jewish-Muslim Broth­er­hood alliance and the project of estab­lish­ing Greater Israel.” The video accuses the Jews of using the Broth­er­hood to achieve their goal of con­trol­ling Mus­lims and estab­lish­ing greater Israel.

Sev­eral of Khalfan’s tweets from Jan­u­ary 4 attempt to dis­credit the Broth­er­hood by sug­gest­ing that the group cares too much about Jews. For example:

  • When one of the broth­er­hood offi­cials, Essam El-Erian, called for Egypt­ian Jews to return to Egypt to accel­er­ate the destruc­tion of Israel, Khal­fan mocked the Broth­er­hood, tweet­ing, “Essam El-erian says to the Jews who left Egypt ‘Wahash­toona’ [love song: We miss you].”
  • He also tweeted, “The Mus­lim Broth­er­hood fell down in pub­lic opin­ion as their ugly creed is shown to be ‘The goal jus­ti­fies the mean’/// how fast you roman­ti­cized the Jews, couldn’t you wait a year at least… such a rush.”
  • A third tweet read, “Yes­ter­day the song of the Ikhwan­jia [Mus­lim Broth­er­hood] was: in Mil­lions we march to lib­er­ate Pales­tine, but today the Ikhwanjia’s chant ‘Oh pre­cious Jews, come back where you are, take what­ever you want’”

Below is a sam­pling of Khalfan’s tweets link­ing Israel to the Broth­er­hood, which he views as a safe­guard for Israel.

  • On Jan­u­ary 26, Khal­fan tweeted: “The Broth­er­hood is a cor­rupt group that can­not lead the Ummah [Islamic nation]. They came [to power] by an Amer­i­can choice to achieve the secu­rity of Israel — no more.”
  • On Jan­u­ary 25, Khal­fan tweeted that Hamas and Islamic Jihad are com­plicit in a Mus­lim Brotherhood’s role to pro­tect Israel: “Get the facts: the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood means ensur­ing the safety of Israel by Hamas and [Islamic] Jihad…”

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