More from the country that the New York Times calls an “Island of Decency” in the Middle East. Once again this is how Rashida Tlaib was raised. Rashida Tlaib was raised to hate Jews and reject the state of Israel.
Incitement and hatred against Jews from prominent Muslim leaders in the Palestinian territories, Jordan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and many other Muslim nations is the reason that the conflict between Israel and most of its neighbors persists.
In a future Democrat Party primary debate Israel will come up. Most (if not all) of the candidates will blame Israel’s refusal to allow the creation of jihad state in Judea and Samaria as the reason for this conflict continuing. As usual they will be wrong.
The endless conflict between Israel and it’s neighbors is due to the hatred of Jews and rejection of Israel that is being taught in Muslim schools, mosques, homes, and most other segments of their respective societies. That is why this conflict will likely continue well beyond our lifetimes, regardless of how many meaningless “peace” agreements are sighned.
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Jordanian TV host: Zionists killed the prophets, Jews are our enemies
Sharia professor dismisses Jewish ties to Israel, says ‘it is either us or them. Palestine is not big enough for two peoples’
TOI Staff, July 30, 2019:
A host on Jordanian television recently said the conflict with “the Jews” was an existential one and that “Palestine is not big enough for two peoples.”
In his July 14 sermon on Yarmouk TV, Dr. Ahmad Shahrouri, a sharia professor at Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, dismissed the historic Jewish connection to Israel, claiming Arabs had been there for 7,000 years and “the fact that the Jews passed through Palestine for 70 years during those 7,000 years is absolutely meaningless.”
In comments translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute, Sharouri insisted that “it is either us or them” in the land.
Shahrouri rejected accusations that the refusal to accept Jewish presence in the land was tied to anti-Semitism, saying he had no prejudice against any religion.
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