By Raphael Israeli
PDF eISBN: 9781412854481
Hatred, Lies, and Violence on the planet of Islam examines the torrential flood of anti-Israeli, anti-Jewish, and anti-Zionist propaganda that permeates many Muslim societies. Raphael Israeli locates the resource of this anti-Semitic sentiment within the inadequacies and insecurities of Muslim states. by means of demonizing and delegitimizing Israel and Jews, they search to do away with a winning counterexample in their personal disasters, therefore placing an finish to their very own "humiliation."
Beyond mapping the distribution of anti-Israel and anti-Jewish propaganda within the Arab and Islamic worlds, Israeli makes use of case-studies to demonstrate the premises of this learn: the Palestinians, who've an instantaneous stake in struggling with Israel; Turkey, which now claims management of the Arab and Sunni Muslim worlds; and Shi’ite Iran, which gives a extra severe instance of either hatred and disrespect for truth and background whereas threatening to ruin Israel.
Israeli files the global collaboration among Jew-haters of every type, explaining the exponential progress of Jew-hatred on the web, with millions of latest hate websites additional each year, outpacing Jew-hatred within the conventional media. He areas anti-Semitism in a broader culture of political lies and political deceit. within the ultimate bankruptcy, Israeli considers the potential for reversing anti-Jewish agitation in Muslim nations, which he unearths not going simply because such a lot of of the region’s regimes are outfitted on foundations of anti-Semitism.
About the Author
Raphael Israeli is professor of Islamic, chinese language, and heart japanese heritage on the Hebrew college. he's the writer of over 40 books, together with From Arab Spring to Islamic iciness, The loss of life Camps of Croatia, and The Oslo thought.
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When they report to their own people about their clashes, debates, or arguments with Israelis or the West, there is never an understanding of the other’s pain, sensitivity, loss, or ambition. Conversely, there is in Israel and in the West a whole political camp that sympathizes with the Muslims and even supports them, diﬀuses their grievances, and expresses them in the media. No trace of that is found on the Muslim side, and if there should be one “saint” who would dare, he would be condemned, arrested, or even gunned down or executed as a “traitor,” so uniform is the wall of hatred and so unacceptable is the understanding of the rival.
Funerals for their own favorite dead in combat, or as a result of targeted elimination by their enemies, or of the remains of Islamikaze bodies, are also accompanied by shouts; mass hysteria; shootings in the air; huge processions where the body of the dead is arraigned by the masses out of control and tossed from hand to hand; vows of vengeance for the life of the departed martyr and for his replacement by many others who would volunteer in his footsteps; and the like. Compare that to the funerals of the victims of terrorism, in the United States or Israel, or any civilized society, which are silent and digniﬁed, intimate, and inward-turning, and you have one of the keys to comprehend the diﬀerence between the two cultures.
Add to that the universality of anti-Semitism in Islam (she heard the same derogation of the Jews in Saudi Arabia and then among European Muslims); the power of stereotypes and cultivated myths (Hirsi had never seen a Jew in either Somalia or, even much less likely, in Jedda); the fallacy of attributing these attitudes to the Arab-Israeli dispute (Somalia never was a party to it); and the lumping together of Jews and Israel as an inseparable entity, Muslim protestations to the contrary notwithstanding, and one begins to comprehend what we are talking about.
Hatred, Lies, and Violence in the World of Islam by Raphael Israeli