The gall of this antisemite, who compares Jews to Nazis. How many Jews were in the Handscharr SS Division? — My mistake, they were all Muslims.
More Muslim outreach and tolerance for “moderate” Malaysia.
Revealed: Anti-Semitic Malaysian Prime Minister who railed against ‘hook-nosed Jews’ taking over Europe is being given a feted tour of Britain
- Malaysia’s PM Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad, 93, is being feted on a tour of Britain
- He visited Imperial College where he met dignitaries and has given a speech at Oxford University
- His visit has caused controversy because the PM is a self-confessed anti-Semite
- In 2012, Dr Mohamad said that he was ‘glad to be labelled anti-Semitic’ because Jews have the same ‘cruelty and hard-heartedness’ as Nazis
His other vile quotes include ‘Jews run this world by proxy’ and ‘Jews are not merely hook-nosed, but understand money instinctively’
By Jake Wallis Simons, Associate Global Editor, Daily Mail, 28 September 2018:
The prime minister of Malaysia is being fêted on a tour of Britain despite the fact that he is a self-confessed anti-Semite who has railed against ‘hook-nosed’ Jews, MailOnline can reveal.
Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad, 93, who was elected as prime minister for a second time in May, has visited Imperial College London and given a speech at Oxford University.
In 2012, Dr Mohamad said that he was ‘glad to be labelled anti-Semitic’ because Jews have the same ‘cruelty and hard-heartedness’ as Nazis.
His other vile quotes include ‘Jews run this world by proxy’ and ‘Jews are not merely hook-nosed, but understand money instinctively’.
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad, is being fêted on a tour of Britain despite the fact that he is a self-confessed anti-Semite who has railed against ‘hook-nosed’ Jews
Dr Mohamad, elected as prime minister for a second time in May, has visited Imperial College London and given a speech at Oxford University
At a conference in 2010, he said: ‘Even after their massacre by the Nazis in Germany, [Jews] survived to be a source of even greater problems to the world.’
The anti-Semite’s whistle-stop tour of Britain kicked off on Monday with a visit to Imperial College, where he was welcomed by the Provost, Professor Ian Walmsley, and Vice President Professor Maggie Dallman.
The firebrand was then treated to a presentation by two fourth-year engineering students who showed off inventions such as a chess robot and skin for androids.
At no point was the Malaysian leader apparently confronted about his multiple inflammatory comments about Jews.
He then made his way to Oxford, where he gave a speech entitled ‘The Challenge of Good Governance in the Muslim World’ at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies.
Next week, the controversial leader is due to return to Britain to give a speech at the distinguished think tank Chatham House.
A spokesman for the organisation said: ‘Chatham House provides a neutral convening environment. Attendance of a speaker does not imply endorsement.
‘A key condition of anyone speaking here is that speakers must participate in open Q&A.
‘As such, a speaker’s expressed views can be subjected to rigorous scrutiny and held to account in an on-the-record forum where media are also invited to ask questions.’
Gideon Falter, chairman of the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism, said: ‘It is utterly appalling that at a time when antisemitism is so raw, a man who is proud to be an antisemite is being courted.
‘It is equally unforgivable that he was invited to tour our most prominent educational institutions and share his opinions with students.
‘Those who have extended the red carpet treatment to this abhorrent racist and self-confessed antisemite must apologise.
‘We are looking into whether universities may have breached their own codes on racist speakers.’
Imperial College London and the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies did not respond to requests for comment.
Nonagenarian Dr Mohamad served as Malaysia’s prime minister between 1981 and 2003, and was re-elected for another term this year.
The son of a schoolmaster qualified as a doctor before turning to politics in 1964.
His anti-Semitism was evident from the start. In 1970, he wrote: ‘The Jews are not only hooked-nosed but understand money instinctively.
‘Jewish stinginess and financial wizardry gained them the economic control of Europe and provoked anti-Semitism which waxed and waned throughout Europe through the ages.’
In 1984, he cancelled a visit by the New York Philharmonic orchestra because it was intending to play music by a Jewish composer.
Two years later, he accused ‘Zionists’ and Jews of trying to subvert Malaysia through allegedly Jewish-controlled media, before banning the Asia Wall Street Journal, claiming it was ‘Jewish owned’.
His anti-Semitism first came to international attention when he gave a major speech attacking Jews days before he retired as prime minister in 2003.
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