Sunday, July 24, 2011

Anti-Semites at Mondoweiss blame 'right-wing Zionists' for Norwegian massacre

Israel Matzav

The anti-Semites at Mondoweiss have found a way to blame the Jooos 'right-wing Zionists' for Friday's mass murder in Norway.

An examination of Breivik's views, and his support for far-right European political movements, makes it clear that only by interrogating the nexus of Islamophobia and right-wing Zionism can one understand the political beliefs behind the terrorist attack. Breivik is apparently an avid fan of U.S.-based anti-Muslim activists such as Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer and Daniel Pipes, and has repeatedly professed his ardent support for Israel. Breivik's political ideology is illuminated by looking at comments he posted to the right-wing site, which author and journalist Doug Sanders put up.

Amman-based blogger Alex Kane then goes on to give a list of examples of Breivik's ideology, which included a total of two mentions of Israel, one of which described the ideology of the 'Vienna school of thought' which clearly was not Breivik's invention. The other comment said

We must therefore make sure to influence other cultural conservatives to come to our anti-rasistiske/pro-homser/pro-Israel line. When they reach this line, one can take it to the next level...(page 41)

How Jooos 'right-wing Zionists' are responsible for the fact that a Norwegian bigot wants to adopt a pro-Israel line is not clear to me. I wonder if Kane would be willing to accept responsibility for the fact that Hamas and Hezbullah (and many other Islamist organizations) have set finishing the work of the Nazis (God forbid) as one of their goals? If not, why should we take responsibility for Breivik?

Oops - I forgot - saying that Hamas and Hezbullah wish to exterminate Jews makes me anti-Muslim Islamophobic in Kane's book.

Kane goes on to link 'anti-Muslim activists' with 'right-wing Zionists' as if the two are one and the same. It's one long piece of guilt by association. In Kane's book, Breivik admires the English Defense League and Geert Wilders and they both admire Israel and therefore they must all be behind Breivik's actions. And you must be anti-Muslim in Kane's book if you believe that Islam is attacking Judaism and Christianity in a 'clash of civilizations, and you are surely anti-Muslim if you opposed to the construction of the Ground Zero Mosque on the site of the World Trade Center - after all, you could not have just criticized it as being in poor taste.

Kane goes on to slander Dan Pipes some more, along with Dennis Ross and Martin Kramer. He's got it all figured out.

And why is Mondoweiss publishing this kind of scurrilous attack on the Jewish people? Because he's an anti-Zionist anti-Semite. Proof once again that we are our own worst enemies.

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