Monday, December 11, 2006

They're after Carter now.........

Yep, they're at it again, this time gunning for Jimmy Carter and his new book Palestine : Peace, not Apartheid. Forget Keith Ellison, we're talking about the 39th President of the US. If the usual suspects can smear him as an anti-semite(Arabs(Muslim, Christian and Jewish) are the largest group of semites in the world, not the khazarites frauds from East Europe), they can smear anybody, including Pokemon. I wonder where are all those phony "freedom of speech" advocates went? A little "self-censorship" there, boys? Is there ever such a fuss whenever Israeli propaganda(comprising the majority of books on the subject in the US) is published? No. Are there ever calls for opposing view points whenever Israeli propaganda is published? No. Are the majority of books available on the conflict factual? No.
Carter is wrong to say that apartheid exists only in the occupied territories and not in Israel "proper", listen carefully to the question of the first caller.



and this one....



I'd like to recommend the following to the uninitiated :

Facts & Fables : The Arab-Israeli conflict is one of the finest books on the origin of the conflict. This 220 page hardcover is needed on every bookshelf. It's been out of print for almost 20 years, so get it now for under $5.










Then we have former Congressman Paul Findley's books on the subject. Wonder why he's a FORMER congressman? Get these books and find out.
Even the usual suspects(you know how they are with the benjamins) can afford them at $0.08 and $0.91, respectively.






This one is a personal favorite of mine, written by the late, and great Ahmed Deedat. You can read it online for free here, or purchase the DVD.

Finally, don't forget to go watch Mel Gibson's "Apocalypto."

4 comments:

Vigilante said...

Thanks for posting the literature. I'm bookmarking!!!

izzymo said...

Salaam alaikum,
This is quite sad. Are we not allowed to criticize Israel at all? So if I go on a trip to Israel and I say that the weather was bad at that time, does that make me anti-Semite? Yes, we can criticize Saudi Arabia or any country with some Muslims in it but don't touch Israel. @@

M. Shahin said...

Thanks for the book recommendations.

Safia speaks said...

Amazingly, I went to a sale of used books on the pedestrian street in Copenhagen earlier today and voila! - "They dare to speak out" was available for 2 USD - that was a real bargain, and I´m not just talking about the money...

I´ll read the book closely the next few days and I´ll post something on my blog about it later.