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Well, the Friday mosque thing is fairly universal in more radicalised Muslim countries.

As the Ayatollah of Iran put it in a fatwa of his, "... There are some of us who aren’t concerned with developing an Islamic movement, but, instead, of making the pilgrimage to Mecca with the Muslim brothers, in peace and understanding. It certainly wasn’t that way in the time of the Prophet. The Friday prayers were the means of mobilizing the people, of inspiring them to battle. The man who goes to war straight from the mosque is afraid of only one thing – Allah. Dying, poverty, and homelessness mean nothing to him; an army of men like that is a victorious army. Islamic faith and justice demand that within the Muslim world, anti-Islamic governments not be allowed to survive..."

Compare below a Friday sermon in Gaza to one in Iraq.

The point is, this "Friday protest" phenomenon in Gaza tells us something about what they are actually fighting for, and it sure is something different than what they tell their international non-Muslim and non-Arab audiences.



While I am aware that many Muslims can be very problematic the efforts of crazed homosexuals and Zionist Jews to get indigenous Europeans to hate and fear ALL Muslims so that we will fight them of their behalf is something that I am wise to. The thing is that it is extremely foolish to be throwing stones from your Zionist glass house given how the "National Religious" who make up the largest group of practicing Jews are as problematic as the most problematic Muslim, arguably more so in many cases. Below is a very popular "National Religious" Rabbi who is considered something of a Liberal at least as regards several areas saying that he believes it should be legal for Jews to murder non-Jews in Palestine for any reason at all.

 
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Sadly, that seems to be the ZioNazi attitude to the whole world.
Do you feel Jews ought to trust in the world's benevolence and tender mercies again, have faith in that approach to ensuring their security and circumstances? With no other option? Well of course you do. You have made hideously plain your feelings about the only serious alternative approach, which is Zionism. But perhaps one day you will come to understand the hesitation on this question that most people other than you or your cronies on here have. (Lesser Known Highlights of Jewish International Relations In The Common Era)
 

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Do you feel Jews ought to trust in the world's benevolence and tender mercies again, have faith in that approach to ensuring their security and circumstances? With no other option? Well of course you do. You have made hideously plain your feelings about the only serious alternative approach, which is Zionism. But perhaps one day you will come to understand the hesitation on this question that most people other than you or your cronies on here have. (Lesser Known Highlights of Jewish International Relations In The Common Era)
That is a crazy website. The principle historical reason for anti-Semitism is the lack of empathy for non-Jews among some Jews. Look no one with any empathy for the indigenous Palestinian can support actually existing Zionism and what is the main cause of Muslim anti-Semitism in Europe today which is the thing that is really frightening Jews? Zionism. However rather than face up to that fact that web site claims it because people get annoyed by Jewish moral superiority (that was probably the cause of pagan anti-Semitism during the Second Temple period but things have changed a lot since than haven't they).

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