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2013-05-20 02:18:01 PM  
Not surprised at all. If you review history you'll see that it was the Nazi's that got the hole 'jihad' thing going...though the late '20's, all of the 1930's and early 1940's.

So yes....Hitler, cause he hated Jews so much, is the reason there are so many problems with Jihad today.
 
2013-05-20 02:38:56 PM  
I did Nazi that coming.
 
2013-05-20 03:06:04 PM  
What???  You mean Middle Eastern Arabs sympathized with Nazi's back in the 40s and still do so today?  Calling Jews pigs/monkeys (genetically inferior to actual people) to this day...

  That's just Palestinians EXPRESSING their discontent with the OCCUPATION of Israel.

In fact, I bet it's ISRAEL that caused them to HATE them and EXPRESS it so clearly.

Why won't anyone think of the poor misunderstood Palestinians?  Only SOME of them want to kill all the Jews in the region and fly the flag of the people who did so last... I say, two state solution???

NO!  I bet the Israeli's want to welcome them as full citizens!
 
2013-05-20 03:14:13 PM  

ferretman: Not surprised at all. If you review history you'll see that it was the Nazi's that got the hole 'jihad' thing going...though the late '20's, all of the 1930's and early 1940's.

So yes....Hitler, cause he hated Jews so much, is the reason there are so many problems with Jihad today.


Except that Hamas (the voted for majority party of the Palestinian people) have appropriated the Nazi oppression and now un-ironically call Israeli's Nazis:

Article 20: Calls for action "by the people as a single body" against "a vicious enemy which acts in a way similar to Nazism, making no differentiation between man and woman, between children and old people".


Funny how the people who employ terrorism indiscriminately and fly the flag of the Nazi's call their 'enemy similar to Nazism'.

Kind of how Republicans call Democrats "obstructionist" and "unwilling to work across the isle"...  classic projection.
 
2013-05-20 03:50:48 PM  
Pa Official: If we had nuclear bombs, we would have used them this morning.
Lebanese TV host: "The American [John Kerry] came to the PA. They are talking about reviving negotiations, about getting back to the table with the Israelis... Will you go back to the negotiations game?"
Jibril Rajoub: "There is no going back to negotiations unless the source of authority is the international resolutions, with a time frame and with the freezing of all unilateral Israeli steps: Jerusalem, the fence, settlements and prisoners."
Host: "You've heard Israel's refusal."
Jibril Rajoub: "That doesn't matter. Listen. We as yet don't have a nuke, but I swear that if we had a nuke, we'd have used it this very morning."
[Al-Mayadeen TV (Lebanon), April 30, 2013]


From 1994 to 2002, Jibril Rajoub was in charge of the Preventive Security Forces, and is still a very important and key player in the PA. He's been lauded for saying this as well.

This is not a surprise, members of Fatah, Hamas and other organizations in Gaza, Judea and Samaria have been saying since the 1910s that they wanted to exterminate all of us. The Mufti of Jerusalem even came to Hitler and begged for him to kill all jews in Europe and then finish the job in the British Mandate of Palestine.
 
2013-05-20 03:51:24 PM  
972mag.com

Tell, which stage is this Bibi?
 
2013-05-20 03:52:08 PM  

NostroZ: Funny how the people who employ terrorism indiscriminately and fly the flag of the Nazi's call their 'enemy similar to Nazism'.

Kind of how Republicans call Democrats "obstructionist" and "unwilling to work across the isle"... classic projection.


Man, you have to stop bringing Republicans and the Tea Parties into everything. Last time it was in a thread about farking hipsters. This has nothing to do with US politics.
 
2013-05-20 03:59:47 PM  
i2.kym-cdn.com
 
2013-05-20 04:03:34 PM  

Tatsuma: NostroZ: Funny how the people who employ terrorism indiscriminately and fly the flag of the Nazi's call their 'enemy similar to Nazism'.

Kind of how Republicans call Democrats "obstructionist" and "unwilling to work across the isle"... classic projection.

Man, you have to stop bringing Republicans and the Tea Parties into everything. Last time it was in a thread about farking hipsters. This has nothing to do with US politics.


It has plenty to do with it... I'm not sure why you get so butt-hurt over Republican insults, they are no friends of Jews... believe me (they are friends of war and Israel is a convenient launching pad as well as good trading partner in military technology/info).

What I was upset over with both Hamas and the Republicans is a psychological phenomenon called projection.

The Palestinians are flying a Nazi flag even though they claim that the Israeli's are Nazi's. Even worse, Hamas' own charter references Nazism (as being Israeli and therefore a way to demonize them, even though Hamas themselves agree with everything the Nazi's espoused about the Jews).

Same thing goes for the extremist Republicans... all I've been hearing for the past 5 years is that Democrats are not willing to "work across the isle", when in fact, it's the Republicans who have purposefully and on record gone to say they will not work with the Democrats (and Obama) out of principle  (hence they are the actual obstructionists, unwilling to work across the isle).

You see what I'm saying here Tats?
Republicans are just so often the ones to HATE on Democrats and then cry about being treated unfairly (just like Palestinians), when they are the one's who are throwing stones while living in glass houses.
 
2013-05-20 04:10:25 PM  

Tatsuma: NostroZ: Funny how the people who employ terrorism indiscriminately and fly the flag of the Nazi's call their 'enemy similar to Nazism'.

Kind of how Republicans call Democrats "obstructionist" and "unwilling to work across the isle"... classic projection.

Man, you have to stop bringing Republicans and the Tea Parties into everything. Last time it was in a thread about farking hipsters. This has nothing to do with US politics.


You, sir, are the voice of reason, and I wish you all the luck in the world.
 
2013-05-20 04:14:56 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Tatsuma: NostroZ: Funny how the people who employ terrorism indiscriminately and fly the flag of the Nazi's call their 'enemy similar to Nazism'.

Kind of how Republicans call Democrats "obstructionist" and "unwilling to work across the isle"... classic projection.

Man, you have to stop bringing Republicans and the Tea Parties into everything. Last time it was in a thread about farking hipsters. This has nothing to do with US politics.

You, sir, are the voice of reason, and I wish you all the luck in the world.


Hey Marcus, good of you to join this Israel topic thread... wouldn't have it any other way.

So, what has your keen eye for hypocrisy observe in this instance?  A West-Bank Mosque flying a Nazi flag... I'd love to hear your insight on this observation.
 
2013-05-20 04:23:32 PM  

NostroZ: Marcus Aurelius: Tatsuma: NostroZ: Funny how the people who employ terrorism indiscriminately and fly the flag of the Nazi's call their 'enemy similar to Nazism'.

Kind of how Republicans call Democrats "obstructionist" and "unwilling to work across the isle"... classic projection.

Man, you have to stop bringing Republicans and the Tea Parties into everything. Last time it was in a thread about farking hipsters. This has nothing to do with US politics.

You, sir, are the voice of reason, and I wish you all the luck in the world.

Hey Marcus, good of you to join this Israel topic thread... wouldn't have it any other way.

So, what has your keen eye for hypocrisy observe in this instance?  A West-Bank Mosque flying a Nazi flag... I'd love to hear your insight on this observation.


Whoever did it is a complete moron.  But I can't make much of it unless it starts a trend.  Have the perpetrators been identified?
 
2013-05-20 04:30:36 PM  

NostroZ: It has plenty to do with it...


Do you know how you sound, over and over? Let me put it that way:

Hannibal is absolutely how the Republicans are trying to screw this country. Will clearly represents Barack Obama, as he didn't want the job but there was no one else better to take over, and it takes its toll. Constantly pushing him, trying to make him go crazy is Jack Crawford. Jack represents the establishment, The Old White Male.

He is portrayed by a an Old African-American Male, but that's only a disguise, the same way the Republican party is now using the 'interests of the People' as a disguise to launch their attacks at Obama. They have their own agenda and they don't care if it will wreck Will (and by extent their investigations/the country as long as they get what they want.

Hannibal represents the Tea Parties. He pretends to be independent between both, but clearly behind the scene Jack launched him toward Will. He pretends that what he's doing is for the betterment of Will/America but really what he's trying to do is to set up Obama to fail. Hannibal is also clearly a threat to Will's life, the way the Tea Party are a threat to Obama's life! Hannibal is a psychopath who loves chaos, death and manipulating people, and this is what Tea Baggers love the most!

So yeah, Hannibal has everything to do with US Politics!

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This is how you sound. Unless the topic actually has something to do with US politics, stop bringing up Republicans and Tea Parties all the damn time.
 
2013-05-20 04:34:32 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: So, what has your keen eye for hypocrisy observe in this instance? A West-Bank Mosque flying a Nazi flag... I'd love to hear your insight on this observation.

Whoever did it is a complete moron. But I can't make much of it unless it starts a trend. Have the perpetrators been identified?


The trend to kill all Jews has been around the region since the 20s, even the article references how popular Hitler was with the mufti in Jerusalem.  So, if you're looking for a trend in Arabs wanting to kill the Jews and describing them as less than human, it's been that way for DECADES.

I know pictures say a thousand words, so here you go:
3.bp.blogspot.com

i27.servimg.com
(Symbol of Arab unity... modeled after the Nazi regalia)
 
2013-05-20 04:37:39 PM  

Tatsuma: NostroZ:

Man, you have to stop bringing Republicans and the Tea Parties into everything. Last time it was in a thread about farking hipsters  Hitlers. This has nothing to do with US politics.


FTFA
 
2013-05-20 04:40:31 PM  

NostroZ: The trend to kill all Jews has been around the region since the 20s, even the article references how popular Hitler was with the mufti in Jerusalem.  So, if you're looking for a trend in Arabs wanting to kill the Jews and describing them as less than human, it's been that way for DECADES.


You know who else admired Hitler?  Abraham Vereide, founder of Goodwill, The Family (aka Fellowship) and the National Prayer Breakfast.
 
2013-05-20 04:41:16 PM  

NostroZ: Marcus Aurelius: So, what has your keen eye for hypocrisy observe in this instance? A West-Bank Mosque flying a Nazi flag... I'd love to hear your insight on this observation.

Whoever did it is a complete moron. But I can't make much of it unless it starts a trend. Have the perpetrators been identified?

The trend to kill all Jews has been around the region since the 20s, even the article references how popular Hitler was with the mufti in Jerusalem.  So, if you're looking for a trend in Arabs wanting to kill the Jews and describing them as less than human, it's been that way for DECADES.

I know pictures say a thousand words, so here you go:
[3.bp.blogspot.com image 450x308]

[i27.servimg.com image 320x214]
(Symbol of Arab unity... modeled after the Nazi regalia)


Anti-semitism extends back a hell of a lot farther than that.  The Russians even had their own word for it: Pogrom.
 
2013-05-20 04:42:50 PM  

Diogenes: NostroZ: The trend to kill all Jews has been around the region since the 20s, even the article references how popular Hitler was with the mufti in Jerusalem.  So, if you're looking for a trend in Arabs wanting to kill the Jews and describing them as less than human, it's been that way for DECADES.

You know who else admired Hitler?  Abraham Vereide, founder of Goodwill, The Family (aka Fellowship) and the National Prayer Breakfast.


Not to mention Henry Ford.
 
2013-05-20 04:46:08 PM  
I don't think Fark is the right forum for this, but I think it's absolutely amazing to see just how much the Nazi apparatus had an impact on the Middle-East. From the Muslim Brotherhood (Hassan Al-Banna was a huge fan and admirer and wanted to model his organization on theirs) to the Mufti of Jerusalem, Nasser's aspirations and their use of propaganda, I don't think any other force had more impact on the shaping of 20th century Arab Nationalism than Nazi ideology. Due in no part, obviously, to the number of Nazis who fled after WWII and ended up in Syria and Egypt (and their further involvement in the Baathist ideology and Nasser's government).

Very clear disclaimer: I am not saying in any way that Arabs are Nazis, or follow Nazi ideology, please reread this post if that's what you got from it.
 
2013-05-20 04:47:47 PM  

Tatsuma: So yeah, Hannibal has everything to do with US Politics!

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This is how you sound. Unless the topic actually has something to do with US politics, stop bringing up Republicans and Tea Parties all the damn time.


Tats, I feel I've hit a sore spot with you, since I know I have not actually used the words "Tea Party" in my posts... You must be thinking of someone else you've got beef with... When I speak about the 'other side', I do find a good deal of Republicans to be closed minded, racist, hateful, and full of psychological projection.

Here in America, the right wing radio hosts have been calling Obama racist since he took office (Glen Beck), which is as humorous as the Palestinians flying the Nazi flag while calling Israeli's their oppressors/Nazis.  Which is why I brought it up at the END of what I was saying, as a SIMPLE example... to you, it might seem not so simple, since you're not living through it... But please read what I wrote and try to understand the message I was writing about psychological projection and how people who are most guilty of something often accuse others of doing the very same thing.
 
2013-05-20 04:49:26 PM  

Tatsuma: I don't think Fark is the right forum for this, but I think it's absolutely amazing to see just how much the Nazi apparatus had an impact on the Middle-East. From the Muslim Brotherhood (Hassan Al-Banna was a huge fan and admirer and wanted to model his organization on theirs) to the Mufti of Jerusalem, Nasser's aspirations and their use of propaganda, I don't think any other force had more impact on the shaping of 20th century Arab Nationalism than Nazi ideology. Due in no part, obviously, to the number of Nazis who fled after WWII and ended up in Syria and Egypt (and their further involvement in the Baathist ideology and Nasser's government).

Very clear disclaimer: I am not saying in any way that Arabs are Nazis, or follow Nazi ideology, please reread this post if that's what you got from it.


Saddam adopted more than a few of Hitler's methods as well.  Not sure that's a reflection of the tendency for supporting Nazis as opposed to adopting their political control systems.
 
2013-05-20 04:52:15 PM  
You know who else was a fan of Hitler?

Hitler.
 
2013-05-20 04:54:26 PM  

WelldeadLink: I did Nazi that coming.


I hate you.
LOL
 
2013-05-20 04:55:28 PM  

NostroZ: Tats, I feel I've hit a sore spot with you


I quite like you, but stop trying to derail this thread by making it about America politics. There's a whole tab about it and we don't need you to try and inject it in completely irrelevant topics like this one.
 
2013-05-20 04:57:02 PM  
Oh God, not another 24 hour ban. Dammit, can't he ever take a break?
 
2013-05-20 04:57:41 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Diogenes: NostroZ: The trend to kill all Jews has been around the region since the 20s, even the article references how popular Hitler was with the mufti in Jerusalem.  So, if you're looking for a trend in Arabs wanting to kill the Jews and describing them as less than human, it's been that way for DECADES.

You know who else admired Hitler?  Abraham Vereide, founder of Goodwill, The Family (aka Fellowship) and the National Prayer Breakfast.

Not to mention Henry Ford.


Yeah... but Henry Ford was a full on Anti-Semitic... I mean, not just full on, but he went out of his way to write a book about it:
www.viceland.com
 
2013-05-20 05:00:15 PM  

NostroZ: Marcus Aurelius: Diogenes: NostroZ: The trend to kill all Jews has been around the region since the 20s, even the article references how popular Hitler was with the mufti in Jerusalem.  So, if you're looking for a trend in Arabs wanting to kill the Jews and describing them as less than human, it's been that way for DECADES.

You know who else admired Hitler?  Abraham Vereide, founder of Goodwill, The Family (aka Fellowship) and the National Prayer Breakfast.

Not to mention Henry Ford.

Yeah... but Henry Ford was a full on Anti-Semitic... I mean, not just full on, but he went out of his way to write a book about it:
[www.viceland.com image 392x581]


What I always wondered about that was where he got his picture of Henry Kissinger.
 
2013-05-20 05:00:32 PM  

ferretman: Not surprised at all. If you review history you'll see that it was the Nazi's that got the hole 'jihad' thing going...though the late '20's, all of the 1930's and early 1940's.

So yes....Hitler, cause he hated Jews so much, is the reason there are so many problems with Jihad today.


That's not ridiculously simplistic or anything.
 
2013-05-20 05:01:45 PM  
The Israelis don't take to kindly to being trolled.
 
2013-05-20 05:11:15 PM  
To put it simply, if you ever see or hear the verb 'wage' used pertaining to 'jihad,' either the speaker or the subject is doing it wrong.
 
2013-05-20 05:14:31 PM  
Boy, when it comes to reading the Bible for quotes to bust up on Republicans, my fellow liberals go out of their way whether they believe the Bible or not. But damned if they'll be bothered to read any Qu'ran. They're herka-derka Muhammad Jihad Jihad Death to America retarditards!
 
2013-05-20 05:18:39 PM  

omnibus_necanda_sunt: To put it simply, if you ever see or hear the verb 'wage' used pertaining to 'jihad,' either the speaker or the subject is doing it wrong.


I certainly hope that the practice of a holy war by Muslims against non-believers stops, regardless of it's called Jihad or Jakukupia.

Practically speaking, Jihad is about overcoming evil, personal or external, and since it's been used to kill people deemed as evil to the religion it is appropriate.  Maybe it should be said, declare a Jihad instead of wage, but the concept is the same (kill all who oppose).
 
2013-05-20 05:20:22 PM  
I wish there was an image macro with Israel yelling "help, help, we're being oppressed!" while pointing a nuclear missile at a stone-throwing nine-year-old.
 
2013-05-20 05:23:54 PM  

NostroZ: omnibus_necanda_sunt: To put it simply, if you ever see or hear the verb 'wage' used pertaining to 'jihad,' either the speaker or the subject is doing it wrong.

I certainly hope that the practice of a holy war by Muslims against non-believers stops, regardless of it's called Jihad or Jakukupia.

Practically speaking, Jihad is about overcoming evil, personal or external, and since it's been used to kill people deemed as evil to the religion it is appropriate.  Maybe it should be said, declare a Jihad instead of wage, but the concept is the same (kill all who oppose).


Well, to be fair, there's a much longer and more detailed list of internal evils in the Qu'ran than external evils.
 
2013-05-20 05:23:54 PM  

omnibus_necanda_sunt: I wish there was an image macro with Israel yelling "help, help, we're being oppressed!" while pointing a nuclear missile at a stone-throwing nine-year-old.


O_o   Hyperbole victim complex much?
 
2013-05-20 05:25:53 PM  
False flag, probably put up by IDF.
 
2013-05-20 05:27:11 PM  

omnibus_necanda_sunt: NostroZ: omnibus_necanda_sunt: To put it simply, if you ever see or hear the verb 'wage' used pertaining to 'jihad,' either the speaker or the subject is doing it wrong.

I certainly hope that the practice of a holy war by Muslims against non-believers stops, regardless of it's called Jihad or Jakukupia.

Practically speaking, Jihad is about overcoming evil, personal or external, and since it's been used to kill people deemed as evil to the religion it is appropriate.  Maybe it should be said, declare a Jihad instead of wage, but the concept is the same (kill all who oppose).

Well, to be fair, there's a much longer and more detailed list of internal evils in the Qu'ran than external evils.


Something about 'Your freedom ends where my nose begins'.
 
2013-05-20 05:28:32 PM  
Now THAT's what you call quality trolling~!

eleventythousand/10.
 
2013-05-20 05:28:36 PM  

NostroZ: I certainly hope that the practice of a holy war by Muslims against non-believers stops, regardless of it's called Jihad or Jakukupia.


until that day, islam will continue to be painted with the broad brush of hate, intolerance and evil.
this example of flying that flag is yet another wonderful moment in that painting.

dispossessed people around the world fight for recognition and justice. few, if any of them, will ever get it. I am pretty certain that going full-retard never helps.

I am pretty certain, that every country in existence today, was built on the backs of the people who lived their previously.
 
2013-05-20 05:29:34 PM  

CynicalLA: False flag, probably put up by IDF.


THIS

Rwa2play: Now THAT's what you call quality trolling~!
eleventythousand/10.


OR THIS

both are possible, and quite entertaining
 
2013-05-20 05:29:44 PM  

NostroZ: What???  You mean Middle Eastern Arabs sympathized with Nazi's back in the 40s and still do so today?  Calling Jews pigs/monkeys (genetically inferior to actual people) to this day...

  That's just Palestinians EXPRESSING their discontent with the OCCUPATION of Israel.

In fact, I bet it's ISRAEL that caused them to HATE them and EXPRESS it so clearly.

Why won't anyone think of the poor misunderstood Palestinians?  Only SOME of them want to kill all the Jews in the region and fly the flag of the people who did so last... I say, two state solution???

NO!  I bet the Israeli's want to welcome them as full citizens!


Boy, this thread never had a chance, did it?
 
2013-05-20 05:30:36 PM  

CynicalLA: False flag, probably put up by IDF.


I was going to make a joke about this earlier... that some idiot was going to say this is a FALSE-NAZI-FLAG.

Fark did not disappoint... now I can use this picture:
media.cagle.com
 
2013-05-20 05:31:13 PM  
Is it possible to recognize that this and violent Israeli political policies are, in fact, both farked up and not support either?

No? Okay, that's what I thought.
 
2013-05-20 05:31:42 PM  

NostroZ: CynicalLA: False flag, probably put up by IDF.

I was going to make a joke about this earlier... that some idiot was going to say this is a FALSE-NAZI-FLAG.

Fark did not disappoint... now I can use this picture:
[media.cagle.com image 600x433]


I'm 99,999% sure the guy was joking but then again you seem to be rolling.
 
2013-05-20 05:31:51 PM  

NostroZ: omnibus_necanda_sunt: I wish there was an image macro with Israel yelling "help, help, we're being oppressed!" while pointing a nuclear missile at a stone-throwing nine-year-old.

O_o   Hyperbole victim complex much?


How many Palestinians die for every Israeli killed?

Unpleasant as the thought is, one side HAS to take a few blows without retaliation, if this conflict is ever going to have a chance to stop, Palestinians could let a few settlements get bulldozed without firing rockets. Israel could weather a few attacks without blowing up entire neighborhoods. As it is, it's a cycle of revenge that might never end.
 
2013-05-20 05:31:55 PM  
th04.deviantart.net
 
2013-05-20 05:32:13 PM  
Israel is Hitlers bastard son.

For without Hitler, Israel would not be committing genocide against the Palestinians


[welcominn_to_farkenflugle.jpeg]
 
2013-05-20 05:33:04 PM  
Now THIS is quality trolling.

I nominate whomever raised that flag be given Troll of the Year title and a year of Totalfark.
 
2013-05-20 05:33:54 PM  
In fact, Islam is far more internal than most other Abrahamic religions. There's a reason Christianity never had a very large popular sect with the same degree of mystagoguery as Sufism.

Point of fact, Paradise is meant for further advancement. It is not a place for simple enjoyment of your 72 virgins/fruit (depends on how literal you want to go with your 7th-century Arabic) or rest, but a place for advancement to higher and higher stages:

"But those who keep their duty to their Lord, for them are high places, above them higher places, built for them." (39:20)

This shows that not only does Paradise in Islam admit the righteous to high places, but it is in fact the starting point for a new advancement, there being higher and higher places still, and it is in accordance with this that they are spoken of as having an unceasing desire for attaining to higher and higher excellences, their prayer in Paradise being:
"Our Lord, make perfect for us our light." (66:8)

This idea of continual advancement even in paradise is rather unusual in Western religious tradition.
 
2013-05-20 05:34:11 PM  

NostroZ: Something about 'Your freedom ends where my nose begins'.


That's anti-Semitic?

// no cute image macros for that (unless the tangled Christmas lights count)
// BECAUSE INTERNATIONAL MACRO CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE JEWS, that's why
 
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