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Citizens of France. Wake up!- Les citoyens de la France. Réveillez-vous!

 France today

“There are forces behind these protesters who finance that support and perhaps organize what is happening. ” -Roger Cukierman,  président Conseil Représentatif des Institutions juives de France.

 WHAT THEY ARE SAYING

“It is France who is in danger”

Roger CukiermanRoger Cukierman, president of CRIF (Representative Council of French Jewish Institutions):

“We feel anxiety in Jewish circles, because we are witnessing a wave of terrorist acts against the Jews… Synagogues were attacked in the Paris area, shops were attacked… Obviously, there is concerted action around the Paris region against the Jews. And the pretext is the conflict in the Middle East. But remember, this is the only conflict that is highlighted by the elements of these people. Nobody seems to attack the Syrian Embassy in France, where [in Syria] they killed 170,000 Syrian Muslim citizens. Nobody attacks [the conflict] in Iraq, Afghanistan, Mali, Sudan… The only conflict is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. There are forces behind these protesters who finance that support and perhaps organize what is happening.

“Anti-Zionism is the new coat of anti-Semitism. They do not scream out “Death to Israel” in the streets of Paris, they shout “Death to the Jews.” … We are therefore faced with a concerted action of organized terrorism, jihad, pogroms. And it is not addressed only to the Jews… 

“This was seen when Mohamed Merrah, before killing the children of Toulouse, killed two French soldiers in Montauban, one of them, moreover, was an Arab. He knew because he had negotiated with him to buy a scooter. So, it is France that is in danger. This is the Republic being attacked, and we are only the vanguard. It applies to all “unbelievers…” 

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Save the Children of Gaza from Hamas – إنقاذ أطفال غزة من حماس

GAZA

“The military industry of al-Qassam has manufactured a quarter million hand grenades which will be in the hands of our youth, and with which they will stone the occupation’s soldiers instead of with rocks.” – Hamas spokesman

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“This year, as in years past, summer camps in the Gaza Strip were exploited by Hamas for radical Islamic ideological indoctrination and semi-military training.”

Condemn the use by Hamas in Gaza of using Palestinian children for political and military purposes.

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“WE ARABS MUST STOP HAMAS”

Hamas terrorist crouches next to children in Gaza

Hamas terrorist crouches next to children in Gaza

“Hamas represents deformity of an Arab civilization”

“We Arabs must be the ones to stop Hamas and Hezbollah, rather than support their demonic and twisted logic of resisting development, enlightenment, and progress of the region.”- Farid Ghadry

Five years ago, in January 2009, Farid Ghadry the Syrian-born co-founder and current president of the United States-based Reform Party of Syria, a party lobbying for regime change in Syria, in an article published by the Australian think-tank  ICJS Research (Issues of Concern for Justice & Society), declared  it is the Arabs who “must be the ones to stop Hamas and Hezbollah, rather than support their demonic and twisted logic of resisting development, enlightenment, and progress of the region.”

As we know, today Hamas and Hezbollah continue to clearly remain the scum of the earth.

Here’s some of what Ghadry had to say:

Farid Ghadry

Farid Ghadry

During this Israeli campaign to silence the terror of Hamas, one can discern two voices coming out of the Middle East against or in support of the Gaza operations.

The boisterous voices are those of Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah leader, who a few days ago, verbally attacked Egypt’s leadership for not standing by Gazans by opening the Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt. The attack was unprecedented in scope and intensity because it just fell short of asking Egyptians to overthrow the rule of Mubarak. It did, however, heighten anger amongst the Muslim Brotherhood of Egypt enough to incite them to rise against their own government.

Other noises come from Damascus and Iran, where the “resistance” has its center of gravity. Both Assad and Ahmadinejad know that a Hamas defeat is their defeat. Those two have incited the Arab street in a show of force and complicity with extremism. And while many believe the fate of Hamas parallels the fate of Hezbollah, reality is that short of a total defeat of Hamas, not to exclude regime change, Palestinians and Israelis will continue to suffer the consequences of an election that brought them more misery than they imagined on that fateful day: January 23, 2006.

Hamas represents deformity of an Arab civilization

On the other side, the majority of voices approving of the Israeli campaign are those who have remained quiet or convoluted in their objections. Many Arab leaders, intellectuals, businesspeople, and even commoners from Iraq to Lebanon, from Egypt to Morocco, from Bahrain to Yemen, believe that Hamas represents deformity of an Arab civilization, one that is in dire need of an overhaul by existing home grown leadership in Palestine, Syria and Iran capable of that solemn responsibility.

Many ask why fellow Arabs would support the destruction of Hamas and Hezbollah. The answer is simple. Both organizations, in addition to the rule in Damascus and Iran, represent everything that is wrong in the Middle East today: Morally weak organizations or states seeking revenge, extolling resistance, and abetting violence against those who have surpassed us in knowledge and technology. . .

How could Arabs and Muslims help their societies if their program for progress is built upon violence? When was the last time Hamas or Hezbollah issued their 5-year plan to improve the lives of their followers? It will never happen because the failed leadership of both organizations seeks power instead of duty, money instead of benevolence, and longevity in both instead of renewal for the good of their people.

Hezbollah and Hamas must be destroyed and the regimes in Damascus and Tehran must be changed for all Arabs and Farsi people to survive and prosper in an ever evolving world timed in nanoseconds and propagating through quantum physics. Their poisonous rhetoric of violence feeding a frenzied mass of ignorant Arabs leaning on their extreme religion to honour their incapacity to compete with the West is destroying future generations of hopeful saviours of our culture and traditions.

We Arabs must be the ones to stop Hamas and Hezbollah, rather than support their demonic and twisted logic of resisting development, enlightenment, and progress of the region. . .

So while we abhor violence of all kind, Israel’s campaign against Hamas must continue to the bitter end not only for the sake of peace but also to help Arabs realize they have a choice: Destroy like Gaza or develop like Dubai. Will this happen soon? Maybe not, but if a wake-up call and a nudge, once in a while, to pierce through the fog of deceit perpetrated by Syria and Iran is what it takes to see the light, then we stand by the West and Israel in the only hope that an Arab Renaissance in the Levant may actually have a chance of resurrection.”

The full text of Farid Ghadry’s article can be read at: http://www.icjs-online.org/index.php?eid=5238&ICJS=3195&article=1730

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