Former Senator Santorum is No Expert on Islam!


By Mahmoud El-Yousseph

March 24, 2009

As a Muslim, I am particularly appalled by the recent remarks of former U.S. Senator Rick Sanatorium (R-PA) made during a lecture at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln.

Mr. Santorum–notorious for spewing anti-Muslim bigotry–argued that Americans know “too little” about Islam. He said he believes Muslims’ religious views cannot be changed or altered and this is why Middle Easterners reject American “democratic” ideals.

Oh please, Mr. Santorum, save us the agony of your “promoting democracy” trash talk! You don’t promote democracy by the use of “shock and awe”, nor by invading and occupying two sovereign nations or calling for the bombing Iran.

The last time a Middle Eastern nation had a genuine and free election in January 2006, the United States, along with Israel led the Western nations in a boycott of the election results by imposing collective punishment on the Palestinian people.

That was the same election former president Jimmy Carter certified as a “clean and fair” election. When the Palestinians were asked to choose their own representatives, the majority choose Hamas. Immediately, our government has the audacity to demand the return of 50 million dollars given previously as an economic aide to the Palestinians. A true lesson in promoting American ideals of democracy.

We should all be grateful for the people of the Commenwealth of Pennslyvania for rejecting Mr. Santorum’s narrow views and self-serving policies by dumping him during their last election.

Mr. Santorum is a self proclaimed “expert” on Islam. It baffles my mind he would also claim that the Quran is “written in Islamic.” The Quran is of course written in Arabic. Even my 5 year old son knows that Islam is not a language, but rather a religion.

And what gives Santorum–a lawyer by profession–the expertise to lecture students about Islam? I hope colleges are not paying money for this ignorant man to lecture about a subject he knows little or nothing about.

Mahmoud El-Yousseph

USAF Retired Veteran

  1. #1 by skulz fontaine on March 24, 2009 - 7:32 pm

    When one says “Rick Santorum”, one can immediately think ‘Terry Schiavo’. Santorum is an expert in one area only and that is the arena of the demagogue. Santorum has that drill down pat. “Democracy” is another novel notion that Santorum is clueless about. Santorum knows fascism however, and isn’t that mostly un-American?

  2. #2 by Scarlett on March 24, 2009 - 9:49 pm

    Everyone should just ask old Rick if he has ever read the bible. ALL of it, I mean. The Old Testament (which is revered by Judaism and Christianity) is filled with violence. Now, Christians are supposed to follow Christ who renounced many laws of the Old Testament (turn the other cheek vs. an eye for an eye, for example), but most of today’s Christians — especially the fundamentalist and Christian Zionists, seem to have turned their back on the New Testament.

    Almost all of the things that horrify us westerners about Islam are things that are common to our faiths as well! Honor killings? Well, in the Old Testament, unless a woman could prove she called out for help while being raped, she was given a death sentence by stoning. If she could prove that she was raped, then her rapist was forced to marry her. We Christians and the Jews also believe this — it is in our Bible which some claim is the unerring word of God.

    Think God is against slavery? Think again. He never once condemns it. Only tells you the rules for how you should treat your slaves.

    Seriously, as Christ said, we should take the log out of our own eye before we try to take the speck out of our brother’s eye. Christianity and Judaism need to clean their own houses before we start blaming all the world’s ills on Islam.

    Islam, like all religions, has the ability to be a force for good or evil in this world. Some people twist the religion to their purpose and some are inspired by their religion to take up the purpose of God. And we can see by the Inquisition, the Crusades and the recent slaughter of Palestinians in Gaza that Christianity and Judaism have also been used by the unethical to justify agendas and rally others to their cause. And yet we are suprised to find that Islam is also susceptible to manipulation? Sadly, it is true that there are none so blind as he who will not see.

  3. #3 by Ruth Bernstein on March 24, 2009 - 9:56 pm

    I like the way Mahmoud El-Youuseph writes, and I don’t want to say bad things about him just because he’s a Muslim. Muslims can be good people. Mahmoud is a Retired Veteran and he has fought for America, so I’m sure he’s a good guy in his own way.

    I don’t understand, though, why Mahmoud is so angry with Senator Santorum for wanting to bomb Iran. I mean, doesn’t Iran want to wipe Israel off the map? Isn’t Iran the country of the mad mullahs where they stone women to death for not wearing veils? And they pick on gays, too, and give them a hundred lashes just because they’re holding hands in the street. That can’t be right.

    Many of these Islamic countries are morally backward. They don’t allow abortion, for example, depriving good Christian women of their free choice to terminate the life of the unborn child. That’s just appalling.

    Not that I have anything against Mahmoud. He’s a Westernized Muslim who has adopted American ways. He believes in democracy. So credit where credit’s due.

    What do I think of Senator Santorum personally? I think he’s a creep. For a start, he’s a Roman Catholic and attends the Latin Mass on Sundays. That means he doesn’t like us Jews — Catholics and Jews have always at loggerheads. Mortal enemies. (Witness that schmuck Bishop Williamson, denying the Holocaust and saying 9/11 was an “inside job” by George Bush and his buddies when everyone knows Bin Laden and them ragheads done it).

  4. #4 by Ruth Bernstein on March 24, 2009 - 9:57 pm

    I wish more people would interact with me on this site. I’m being discriminated against just because I’m Jewish. It’s not fair.

  5. #5 by funky on March 24, 2009 - 10:40 pm

    ruth – people do not interact with you because you are a stupid, racist, ignorant islamophobic imbecile.

    your comment is littered with lies and racist bullshit.

    1) Iran does not want to wipe Israel off the map, but wants to see the evil racist regime consigned to history; thus resutling in freedom and equality for all Palestinians.

    2) It is not the country of mad mullahs, that is just zionist media bullshit

    3) Gays get harassed wherever they are.

    4) Islamic countries are not morally backward, just cos they may not allow abortion; and who says they do not allow abortion. Good christian women should keep their legs closed if they do not want to get pregnant. What about Jewish women who want abortions, are they free to do so.

    5) If Bin Laden did it then why is he not wanted for this crime. Why do all the FACTS point to Israel and their Mossad agents?

    6) Why is someone not allowed to question the official narrative of the ‘holocaust’, a narrative that was scripted by zionist jews without any independent evidence and research. what do the ADL and other zionists have to fear from the likes of Bishop Williamson. Prove him wrong i say, if you can.

  6. #6 by Juan on March 24, 2009 - 11:29 pm

    Ruth,

    No, we don’t discriminate you because you’re jewish. Before you open your mouth about Iran and your statement about “wipe israel off the map, you do need to really educate yourself. Frankly I wish israel doesn’t exist at all because that freaking little shitty country has created a lots of pain for the original natives of Palestine. Since its existence, it already waged wars more than any other countries in this world put together. It has 200 or more nuclear warheads and God only knows how many more WMD’s it has. And you said Iran wants to attack isreal? Come on! Your brain a bit, will you? If you have only a cowboy pistol, will you attack a guy with a machine gun? Unless you’re an idiot!

  7. #7 by Ruth Bernstein on March 25, 2009 - 12:23 am

    I ask for “interaction” (meaning a bit of love) and what do I get? I get verbally raped by two guys, funky and juan. And guess what, they just happen to be goyim.

    OK, I’m gonna be mature and make allowances for them. funky’s a smart guy and he’s made some deep intellectual points which have made me kinda revise my opinions. as for juan, I can see he’s a logical type and nobody’s fool.

    but hey, it’s not nice to say to me, as funky does: “ruth – people do not interact with you because you are a stupid, racist, ignorant islamophobic imbecile.”

    funky, that’s RUDE! since I happen to be jewish, it’s also antisemitic. And that’s the biggest crime you can commit nowadays.

  8. #8 by Ruth Bernstein on March 25, 2009 - 12:31 am

    that’s the trouble you goyim. you got no manners. I’m just a lonely gal who needs a bit of love and understanding. and I’m not getting it.

  9. #9 by Yousef El-Yousseph on March 25, 2009 - 3:40 am

    Fantastic article dad. As usual you are able to cut through much of the bull, that has been crammed down our throats by mainstream media. Also I shared the ugly truth with my platoon here in Iraq and they all love it as well.

    I have some questions for Ruth Bernstine as well although I don’t know if she will see my comments anytime soon.

    Where are you from? I’m also interested to know how old you are. You sound like you listen to a lot of talk radio is that true? I’m very interested in giving you some understanding but your views are slightly offensive to me. I would like some more information to help me see things from a new perspective. Also, your the first person I have ever heard anyone refer to people as goyim. The way in which you use the word gives me the impression that its not a very nice thing to say to someone.

    here is my information, so that you can understand me a little better. I’m on my second tour of Iraq with the army. I have lived and visited all over the world. I’m 29 years old. Also I had the good fortune to be raised by parents who while conservative always encouraged me to develop my own views on politics and the world.

    Your views are very different than many people are used to hearing I have to admit that at first I thought you were being sarcastic. But later I realised that you were not. please do not be offended but instead fill in the rest of us on who you are so that we can better understand your points of view.

  10. #10 by Jack Kilraven on March 25, 2009 - 3:52 am

    Ruth,

    You will be loved if you speak the truth. As it is now, you are repeating lies about Islam, Muslims and Iran. If I speak lies about Israel people will also not respect me.

    Antisemitism is a loaded word as discriminating against Arabs is also being anti-semitic -if you don’t know this then you also do not know what is anti-semitism…

    Remember if you accuse others of anti-semintism, otehrs can accuse you of being anti-Muslim and anti-Islam and being a bigot.

    I hope that you are not a stupid imbecile but just an ignorant jew….All you need is to learn more about the atrocities of Israel and teh fact that there are too much lies about Islam and Muslims in the 90+% Jew-owned Media.

    Jack

    P.S. I am on facebook!

  11. #11 by Nicolae on March 25, 2009 - 4:01 am

    Christ Was Not A Jew

    Jesus Christ Was Not A Jew: Does this shock you? We certainly hope it does. For it is time that Christians woke up to the fact that they have been brainwashed by the Jews with the “big lie technique” to the falsehood that Christ was a Jew.

    We ask you now, to set aside all prejudice in the matter and as God states in the Bible, “Come let us reason together.” (Isaiah 1:18)

    There are two ways that a person can be a Jew; racially (which means a cross between the descendants of Esau and True Israelites ‑ There is Edom [Esau is called Edom in Genesis 36:8. And Edom is in ‘Modern Jewry’ Jewish Encyclopedia, 1925 edition, Vol. 5, p. 41) or religiously. Let us now see whether Christ fits either of these categories.

    Ninety‑five percent of the people that we know as Jews today, are mongrels; they are a product of the amalgamation of many races. The majority of the Jews are Asiatics, of Mongolian, stock, the descendants of the tribes of Khazars of Russia who accepted Judaism in 740 A.D.

    They are the descendants of Cain; No racial Jew is an Israelite. That’s right, we repeat, NO RACIAL JEW IS AN ISRAELITE. The Bible itself identifies the Jews as the seed of Cain thereby identfying Satan as their father. (John 8:44)

    Christ said to the Jews, in the 23rd chapter of Matthew, verses 33‑35: “You serpents, you generation (race) of vipers, how can you escape the damnation of hell? Wherefore behold I send you a prophet, wise men and scribes and some of them you shall kill and crucify and some of them yuo shall scourge in your synagogues and persecute them from city to city that upon you may come all the righteous blood that has ever been shed upon the earth from the blood of righteous Abel” (Note that carefully).

    Here Christ is saying to the Jews that they are guilty of the murder of Abel. Jesus could not have said this unless the Jews were/are the descendants of Cain. Christ goes on to say: “Unto the blood of Zacharias, son of Brachias who you slew between the temple and the alter.” It’s very plan! And it’s in your Bible.

    Christ said to the Jews “You are guilty of the death of righteous Abel because you rfather Cain murdered him.” It is also well for you to note here that Jesus further blames these Jews for all the deaths of righteous people from the beginning of time right down to this day. This is not a statement of man but of our Redeem, our King, our Savior.

    Christ never lied and spoke only the truth; every word contained in the sixty‑six books of the Bible is the Word of Almighty God. Are the Jews then God’s Chosen People as some “fogbound, lying, deceiving, Judeo‑Chrisian Clergy” would have us believe? Far from it! Rather than being God’s Chosen People, they are Satan’s Children! Let us turn for proof of this, to the eighth chapter of John the 42nd verse. The Jews have just said to Christ, we are God’s Chosen People, God is our Father. Christ did not answer the Jews the way ninety‑nine percent of our Judeo‑Christian preachers would do today. Rather, He said in the 42nd vers, “If God were your Father you would love me for I proceeded forth and came from God. Neitherdid I come of myself, but He sent Me. Why is it that you do not understand my speech. It is because yuo cannot hear my words.” (Read carefully the 44th verse) where Christ said to the Jews, “Ye are of your father the devil and the lusts of your father you will do. He was a murderer from the beginning and abode not in the truth because there is no truth in him. When he speaks oa lie, he speaks of his own for he is a liar and the father of it.”

    The Word “Jew”

    A Jew is a person whose religion is Jew‑dah‑ism (Judaism). The word Jew is not found in the original texts of the Scriptures, but in many English Bibles the word is an incorrect rendering of the latin word Judaeus, the Greek word Ioudaios, and the Hebrew word Yehudi. Although not found in either the Hebrew or the Greek Scriptures, the word Jew is an English rendering most often incorrectly translated from Yahudah, that is, referring to one belonging to one of the tribes of Israel (Yisrael) called Yahudah (Judah), a Yahudite. The word Jews, the plural of the word Jew, is incorrectly translated most often from the word Yahudim (descendants of the tribe of Yahudah).

    The letter ‘J’ was not in general use until after the 17th century as used in many Bibles for the word ‘Jew’ to substitute for the correct word Yahudite, or Yahudim. In some English Bibles we have received the word Juda, also an error in translation because the word derives from the Greek Iudaios, which in the English would be Judaios. Judaios was none other then a Greek diety (see W.H. Roscher’s lexicon of mythology).

    As used in the Scriptures, the word ‘Jew’ is sometimes translated to refer to a Yudean (Judean) a native or inhabitant (which includes many diverse races and people groups living in the region) of Yudea (Judea). As the word ‘American’ includes many diverse peoples living in the Country called ‘America’. The word very often refers to an advocate or adherent to the religion of the Yahudim, (Judaism), or it may in a few cases refer to a literal descendant of Abraham, Issac, Jacob/Israel, one of the descent of the tribe of Yahudah (Judah).

    In present day generic usage, the word has no relationship to the Hebrew or the Greek translated words in the Old or New Covenant Scriptures, and is associated primarily through an adherent or advocate of Jew‑dah‑ism (Judaism) the religion, but not through ethnics or race. Basically, a Jew is anyone who decides to call himself/herself a Jew. Within Jewish Circles, there are two other official ways one can become a Jew. One can be born from a mother who calls herself a Jew, or one can ‘convert’ to become a Jew. (A convert is called a ger which literally means stranger). Being born a Jew is pretty simple. If one’s mother is Jewish (of the Jewish religion) then he/she is considered a Jew, if one’s mother is not of the Jewish religion, then neither is the child officially a Jew. (It doesn’t matter what the father is).

    Modern Jew‑dah‑ism began about 1000 AD, and is traced to Rabbenu Gershon of Mainz, Germany the ‘Father’ of the Ashkenazi Jews, which constitute approximately 90% of the worlds Jews. Modern Jew‑dah‑ism is not the Scriptural worship system of the Yahudim of the Scriptures.

    Jews do not actively encourage conversion; to a large degree they discourage it. This is the reason Jews have never had missionaries trying to convert non‑Jews. They want the convert but the convert must be 100% committed to being a Jew. Discouraging conversion helps to filter out those ‘lacking the proper degree’ of commitment.

    If the non‑Jew still wants to become a Jew, the male is circumcised. After he is healed, he immerses himself in a mikva. A mikva is a special pool of water which is used for many religious purposes in the religion of the Jews. (It must be made according to very specific rules). A female convert only has to immerse herself.

    The term ‘Jew’, has come to be used synonymous with the term ‘Israel, Israelite’, however, this is error. Scriptural Israelites were never called Jews, (Yahudim), unless they were so associated by their religion. Most modern Jews are not of the tribe of Yahudah (Judah), and are not ‘Israelites.’ They are called Jew(s) because of their religion, Jew‑dah‑ism (Judaism).

    Jew, Ashkenazi (Franco‑German, Eastern and Central European Jews)

    After the Northern Kingdom of Israel was conquered by the Assyrian King Shalmaneser V, in 745‑722 BCE, (for their sin before Yahweh), the Israelites were exiled into (Assyria), 2 Kings 17:5‑7. They prospered during the years in Assyria, and became a huge number of people. Outgrowing the land area they eventually migrated North through the ‘Caucasus Mountains’, and into central and Western Europe forming the European Nations, and are known as Caucasians ‘whites.’ As these Israelites migrated they influenced many people groups, no longer having an organized religious priesthood, and not having a nation or national identity, these migrating people, descendants of Jacob/Israel nevertheless passed on their bits and pieces of the ancient Scriptural worship system which was corrupted through their many years of captive living in pagan Assyria. During the 7th century A.D. these bits and pieces of the corrupt worship system became a form of Jew‑dah‑ism and was embraced by the Khazar King, his court, and the Khazar military class, who are descendants of Ashkenaz. This new religion of Jew‑dah‑ism, became the religion of the Khazars, and forms most of modern cultic European Jewry.

    In common parlance the present day ‘Jew’ is synonymous with the ‘Ashkenazi Khazar Jew’. Scripture refers to the Ashkenaz in Gen. 10:3, and in I Chron. 1:6, as one of the sons of Gomer, who was a son of Japheth, son of Noah. Ashkenaz is also a brother of Togarmah (and a nephew of Magog) who the Kazars, according to King Joseph, (of the Kazars) claimed as their ancestor. The people who refer to themselves as Ashkenazi Jews are not Israelites, and they are not Semites because they do not descend from Noah’s son Shem. They are Ashkenazi Khazar Jews, who descend from Noah’s son Japheth. Approximately 85‑90 percent of the Jews in the world call themselves Ashkenazi Jews.

    Present‑day Jew‑dah‑ism, was formally formed into it’s basic cultic form about 1,000 years ago, (according to the Jews), when ‑ Rabbenu Gershon of Mainz, Germany, published a ban on bigamy. This marks the recorded beginning of the Ashkenazi Jews*, and Franco‑German halachic** creativity. The word ‘Ashkenazi’ is not Hebrew for the word Germany, although the name has become ‘associated’ with Germany because many Ashkenazi Jews organized in Russia, Eastern Europe and Western Mongolia.

    *Ashkenazi ‑ (Franco‑German, Eastern and Central European Jews). **halachic ‑ loose ‘interpretations’ of Old Testament laws

    Jew, Sephardim (Spanish Jews)

    After the Northern Kingdom of Israel was conquered by the Assyrian King Shalmaneser V, in 745‑722 BCE, (for their sin before Yahweh), The Israelites were exiled into (Assyria), 2 Kings 17:5‑7. The King then imported people groups from his country (Assyria) to replace the exiled Israelites to maintain and control the land of the exiles. The Sepharvaim were one of these people groups, along with Cuthahites, Arrahites, 2 Kings 17:24. They mingled with each other, along with Edomites, who had migrated Northward from Idumea (field of Edom), after Israel and the Yahudim (Judeans) were exiled. Adad and Anu were ancient gods of Babylonia and were also the gods of these pagan Sepharvaim people. The Sephardim Yudeans (Judeans) are a mongrel people whose descent is directly from a mixture of this Assyrian people group and the remnant of escaped Yudeans (Judeans) along with Edomites who had migrated into the land originally occupied by the Kingdom of Israel and the kingdom of Yahudah (Judah). This made their religion also of mixed character, 2 Kings 17:24‑41.

    The people known as “Spanish Jews,” are descended from the Canaanites, the people who colonized Carthage. Following its sack by Rome, they adopted this Sepharvaim, or Sephardim name for deceptive purposes and constitute 5% of world Jewry today. The Sephardim Jews speak Latino, a mixture of Spanish and Hebrew. The Sephardim Jews migrated West through Egypt, then North into Spain from Judea and Samaria before, during, and after the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans in 70 CE,. This migration became known as the “Jewish ‘Sephardim’ Diaspora”. Today, these Sephardim Jews are still using their ancient adopted name Sephardim (the spelling is a transliteration into English and not of significance). They settled in Spain, Portugal, the Eastern Mediterranean, Italy, the Balkans, Salonica and Macedonia, eventually emigrating into France and England, and Western Europe.

    The Sepharviam Yudeans (Judeans) were known as Samaritans during the time of Messiah, because they were living in Samaria, which was the area from which Israel was removed by the Assyrian King Shalmaneser V. The twelve apostles during the time if Messiah, were instructed not to enter the cities of the Samaritans, Matt. 10:5. Although the True Israelites of tribal descent, living in Samaria did received the witness of Yahshua and the message of redemption from the apostles, Acts, 1:8. Some of the mixed Samaritans also became proselytes to the Christian faith, Acts 8:4‑25.

    The Sephardim Jews, (or Sepharviam Jews) are not of Israelite blood; they are not of the tribe of Yahudah although they were called Yudeans, ‘Judeans’, as an inhabitant, i.e. person living in the land originally occupied by the tribe of Yahudah of Israel). Their descent is mixed from Edom/Esau Canaanite stock. The Sephardim Jews, like the Ashkenazi Khazar Jews are not a Semitic people. The word Sephardim is not a Hebrew word for Spain, although the name has become ‘associated’ with Spain because many Sephardim Jews organized in Spain.

    Jew‑dah‑ism, (modern ‘Judaism’)

    Jew‑dah‑ism, is a cultic (ritual‑istic) religion which originated approximately 1000 CE, and is traced to Rabbenu Gershon of Mainz Germany through the publishing of his ‘halachic creativity’ (interpretation of Old Covenant laws), he thereby established the beginning of the modern cultic religion of Jew‑dah‑ism. Today the religion is also greatly influenced by the Babylonian Talmud, an ancient Pagan ritual‑listic system of various extreme opinions, interpretations, codes, rules, and regulations.

    The modern cultic religion of Jew‑dah‑ism has nothing in common with the Scriptural Cultic system of worship which was completely destroyed by Messiah as a religious system in 70 CE at the destruction of Yerushalayim (Jerusalem), Herod’s Temple, and through the establishment of the New Covenant through Yahshua Messiah. Christianity, as a religious system of Faith, replaced the ancient system of Cultic (ritual‑istic) sacrificial worship.

  12. #12 by funky on March 25, 2009 - 12:28 pm

    ruth – me thinks you are deliberately trying to provoke people into posting insulting comments about jews per se.

    if you make ignorant racist comments then people will call you out for it. as for it being anti semitic, i have made no disparaging remarks against the people of North Africa/Middle East; as you will find if you look up the true meaning of SEMITIC.

  13. #13 by Ali on March 25, 2009 - 3:12 pm

    Ruth,

    You are at wrong place if you are looking for love and affection, go to eharmony!
    I am from Iran, but don’t want to defend bunch of clergies that pushed me out of my country. Iran never said that they want to wipe your beloved country out of the map, that shitty little guy (like Israel) said that Israel will end up like Soviet Union. By the way rumor has it that this Ahmadinejad was a Jew converted (god knows) to Islam, just like couple of other high officials over there. In Iran abortion is permitted. Also, religion is nothing but trouble, all they want to do is to wage war against each other, but Islam is a franchise of Judaism, there for contains the same amount of nonsense. Yes, Israel is the root cause of troubles in the Middle East and they were the one that behind the seen had orchestrated the removal of Shah of Iran (another freak) and were supporting the mullahs behind the seen.

    Ali

  14. #14 by Ruth Bernstein on March 25, 2009 - 9:49 pm

    Do me a favor, funky, and try and be a bit more perceptive. And understanding. And compassionate. In fact, a bit more human.

    Of course I’m not trying to PROVOKE people, I’m just being myself. If people are provoked, that’s their problem.

    Grow up and get a life, funky. Get out a bit more. Learn to flow with it.

  15. #15 by Ruth Bernstein on March 25, 2009 - 10:06 pm

    Jack Kilraven
    March 25, 2009 at 3:52 am

    “Ruth, You will be loved if you speak the truth. As it is now, you are repeating lies about Islam, Muslims and Iran.”

    No, I am not! What you say is not a fact, it is only an opinion! In my perception I am telling the truth and it is you, Jack, who are horribly mistaken. Let me frank with you, Jack. I don’t want to hurt your feelings, but for your own sake I must tell you this: people like you, who say bad things about Jews, are DEMONICALLY POSSESSED.

    Many wise Jews have remarked on this “cosmic hatred”. It is born of evil. You must recognize that Israel is here to stay. The Palestinians can go to Jordan or Syria. Why can’t they just f*** off?

    There are 22 other Arab countries. Let them leave Israel to us. We only want Jews here because, after all, this is a Jewish state! We can’t have a lot of ragheads living here in our midst. They have terrorist instincts, and they have dark skins and don’t wash, and they hate us because they are under the misconception we have stolen their land.

    F***ing idiots!

  16. #16 by Ruth Bernstein on March 25, 2009 - 10:40 pm

    Yousef El-Yousseph
    March 25, 2009 at 3:40 am

    “Fantastic article dad. As usual you are able to cut through much of the bull, that has been crammed down our throats by mainstream media.”

    Well, I agree with this. I like your dad. I think he’s a great guy, since he fought for America and is now a veteran. But his ideas do not really please me. They frighten me. They are too extreme. He wants to kill all Jews. Or, at best, put them in concentration camps. This is not a good belief. It is antisemitic.

    “Where are you from? I’m also interested to know how old you are.

    I am American by birth and education, with an Israeli passport. I have family in Prague and Budapest. I am 25, a student of medieval history. I am single, attractive, and in search of adventure. Maybe I shouldn’t reveal this on the internet, but I am trying to give truthful and candid answers to your questions.

    “Your views are slightly offensive to me.

    So? What’s new, Yousef? You want me to be a textbook clone of the average Jew hater? I am what I am, sonny boy. The result of historical neurosis. Hated for centuries, driven from land to land, rootless, despised, spat upon, trampled, behold! you see me as I am! — Ruth Bernstein, battered but unbowed!

    Yousef, you are talking to an Outcast of the Earth. Be careful not to to pull this tiger’s tail. Speak to me nicely or be cursed and damned.

  17. #17 by funky on March 26, 2009 - 6:09 pm

    keep going ruth, and let everyone see just how stupid and racist you are.

  18. #18 by Greg Bacon on March 26, 2009 - 7:21 pm

    Santorum’s got his head stuck so far up his ass that the lump you see in his throat isn’t his Adam’s Apple, but his nose.

  19. #19 by Ruth Bernstein on March 26, 2009 - 10:43 pm

    I don’t like the sound of Greg Bacon, though he writes very well and is a plausible enough brute. I am acquainted with this man’s disgraceful oeuvre. He is a satirical rogue who used to have his own blog on wakeupfromyourslumber, a website which was shut down recently because of its savage attacks upon my people.

    I wish men like this could see the error of their ways.

    Greg, you must renounce evil and embrace a Zionist philosophy. Otherwise, I’m afraid, you’re heading for disaster.

  20. #20 by Xanadu on March 27, 2009 - 9:55 am

    Santorum’s got his head stuck so far up his ass that the lump you see in his throat isn’t his Adam’s Apple, but his nose.

    Here’s his picture, Greg. Can’t see any lump in his throat, Adam’s apple or otherwise!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Santorum

    “O villain, villain, smiling, damnèd villain!…one may smile, and smile, and be a villain.”
    — Shakespeare, Hamlet

  21. #21 by Xanadu on March 27, 2009 - 10:32 am

    As a Muslim, I am particularly appalled by the recent remarks of former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum, made during a lecture at the University of Nebraska….Mr. Santorum, notorious for spewing anti-Muslim bigotry…”
    Mahmoud El-Yousseph

    Excellent article, Mahmoud, but don’t let Mr Santorum upset you too much. He is small fry. Islamophobia is now the new antisemitism. Hatred against Muslims is being systematically stirred up by the Zionist-owned mass media. America and Europe are hotbeds of this hatred.

    It’s ironical, on the other hand, that those who are churning out this vile hatred are immune to all criticism. You and I and all the posters on this site — apart from the charming Ruth Bernstein! — are apparently guilty of hate speech for daring to criticize the archetypal hate merchants!

    Consider the case of David Horowitz:

    “Dozens of Jewish and overtly Zionist lobby groups throughout the US monitor all school and university teaching content,regularly denouncing critics and lobbying for their dismissal. As part of the campaign to vilify Islam, David Horowitz organised “Islamofascism Awareness Week” (IFAW) on close to a hundred college campuses in October 2007. At Michigan State University, the campus chapter of Young Americans for Freedom invited a bona fide fascist — Nick Griffin, the head of the British National Party — to speak on how Europe is becoming “Eurabia”.

    Islamofascism Awareness Week (IFAW) is now an annual event, with seminars on jihad and Islamic totalitarianism.”

    http://www.creative-i.info/?p=5349

    The very word “Islamofascist” is an abuse word; it is meant to suggest that all who practise Islam are evil fascists.

    Xanadu
    (aka Lasha Darkmoon)

  22. #22 by anonymous on March 27, 2009 - 12:20 pm

  23. #23 by Jack Kilraven on September 22, 2009 - 4:27 am

    Ruth,

    You lied about Islam and Muslims and Iran and you say it is just opinions??? You are a liar and it is clear for all to see. And as for you thinking that the shitty Israeli state will be here to stay, you will be proven wrong, just wait for it. Israel’s scorch-earth policy of killing innocent Palestinians in the ongoing immoral and illegal occupation of their land is unsustainable in the long run. Even good Jews of Naturei Karta know this.

    It is you who is possessed by Lucifer, Ruth. The thing is you cannot be saved because you have slept with the devil and enjoy being screwed by him…

    Jesus was right about you (Matthew,33‑35): “You serpents, you generation (race) of vipers, how can you escape the damnation of hell?…”

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