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ISLAMIC STATE & TURKISH GENOCIDE OF ARMENIANS

Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan (photo credit: Gobierno de Chile - CC Wikimedia Commons)

 What do Jimmy Carter, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and BBC reporters have in common? Either they don't like, or in fact hate Israel. Look at their recent comments on the cause of the recent Muslim terror attacks in Paris:

 When Jon Stewart asked Carter if religion played a role in the Paris atrocities, Carter replied:

'One of the origins for it is the Palestinian problem, and this aggravates people who are affiliated in any way with the Arab people who live in the West Bank and Gaza - what they're doing now - what's being done to them. So I think that's part of it'. 

Jimmy Carter

 And that is how former President Carter's convoluted train of thought insinuates that Israel's approach to the Palestinian dispute is to blame for the Muslim attacks at Charlie Hebdo and the Hyper Cacher kosher grocery store. Many Israelis may disagree with Israel's settlement building on the West Bank, but to try and point the finger at the Jewish state for the likes of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq is not only a very long stretch, it smacks of anti-Semitism. (To Carter's credit he did not blame the Jewish state for Boko Haram in Nigeria where Israel has apparently not done anything to the Boko Haram terrorists).

Was it not Jimmy Carter who pressured the former Shah of Iran to resign without the necessary democratic machinery in place - a reckless step that paved the way for Ayatollah Khomeini and his successors to gain power over the Iranian people?

 

 It's what former American diplomat Dennis Ross referred to in his recent New York Times article where he quoted chapter and verse about Israel's critics ignoring Israeli peace offers that were rejected by the Palestinians. Carter should know better. He helped forge the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty. Israel was willing to give back every last inch of Egyptian territory once it was convinced that President Anwar Sadat really meant 'no more war!'

 

 As for Carter's expertise in the Middle East, he more than anyone else, bears responsibility for the rise of tyrannical Iran, a radical Muslim state bent on building nuclear weapons to threaten its neighbors and the rest of the world. Was it not Jimmy Carter who pressured the former Shah of Iran to resign without the necessary democratic machinery in place - a reckless step that paved the way for Ayatollah Khomeini and his successors to gain power over the Iranian people? (By the way Obama nearly repeated the same debacle by favoring the Muslim Brotherhood over Egypt's President Al Sisi).

 

 Turkey's genocide of Armenians spawned ISIS atrocities...

'I find it hard to understand how he (Netanyahu) dared to go there. How can this individual, who carries out state terrorism by massacring 2,500 people in Gaza, wave his hand to the crowd?’

 

 Then there's Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who castigated Israel's Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for joining the many foreign leaders who attended the march of solidarity against radical Islam in Paris.

'I find it hard to understand how he (Netanyahu) dared to go there. How can this individual, who carries out state terrorism by massacring 2,500 people in Gaza, wave his hand to the crowd?’

 

 The Turkish leader was referring to Israel's military operation against Hamas terrorists to suppress their launching of thousands of rockets into Israel and forcing Israeli civilians into bomb shelters for almost days on end). In fact, many French Jews recognized the Israeli leaders and cheered him for coming. And rightly so; if six of the seventeen people murdered by the terrorists were Jews, wasn't Israel's leader obliged to go to Paris? Or was it just by chance that the terrorists chose a kosher grocery store? And who have always been number one on the Muslim terrorists' hit list?

 

 Moreover, Erdogan not only has more than his share of chutzpah - he also suffers from a severe case of amnesia. The Turkish leader somehow forgot that Turkey perpetrated the genocide of the Armenians. An estimated 1.5 million Armenian men, women and children were massacred by the Turks starting in 1915. The Turks contend this was not a genocide like the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews -the Turks simply forced the hapless Armenians to undertake a death march while they were beaten, starved, raped and murdered along the way by their Turkish captors.

In effect, it was Turkey that pioneered the atrocities being perpetrated by Islamic State and Syrian President Bashar Assad in our own day and age.

 

 In effect, it was Turkey that pioneered the atrocities being perpetrated by Islamic State and Syrian President Bashar Assad in our own day and age.

 

 Then there's the BBC, which comes as no surprise either. While interviewing a grieving Jewish woman on a Paris street, reporter Tim Wilcox chastised her by accusing the Israelis of oppressing the Palestinians. In other words, it was payback time for the Muslims to murder Jews in Paris.

 

 Question: If and when Muslim terrorists kill more civilians in the streets of London or again behead a British soldier, will Wilcox also ask Londoners if they were only getting what they deserved? Did the BBC tolerate such philosophical 'poppycock' (British for BS) in its coverage of the British civilian casualties of the IRA bombings? The positions taken by some BBC reporters reveal a pernicious mindset not only against Israelis but also against Jews in general. But what the hell - didn't the Jews kill Jesus!

 

 Belgium got the message...

The emotional speeches and the march of millions in Paris reflected the international awakening to defeating the threat of radical Islam, even if U.S. President Barack Obama still doesn't seem to get it.

 

 'Ils ne passeront pas!' - this stirring battle cry from an earlier period in the history of the Republic must now be put into practice. The emotional speeches and the march of millions in Paris reflected the international awakening to defeating the threat of radical Islam, even if U.S. President Barack Obama still doesn't seem to get it. Why else did Obama choose to go AWOL when the entire world focused in fear on the French capital?

 

 So far French leaders have risen to the occasion - President Francois Hollande has called out the vaunted French 'paras' (paratroops) to join the security forces in protecting Jewish schools and synagogues as well as other potential targets in the country.

 

 As we 'go to press', the reports are coming in of a major anti-terror operation in Belgium. Two terrorists opened fire on security forces when they closed in on Belgium nationals who have recently returned from fighting for ISIS in Syria. The good news is that none of the Belgium security forces were killed or wounded. However, the nightmare is that the two terrorists who were killed, and the third that was wounded, are the vanguard of the estimated five thousand European Muslims who have gone to Syria and Iraq to fight for Islamic State!

 

“Now they are learning the hard way that terrorism must be fought unflinchingly. That is how it is fought in Israel, without regard to criticism of the Netanyahu government, as legitimate as this may be. Now it is how France will fight it too."

 If European leaders are serious about 'They shall not pass!' and really take on the Muslim maniacs, they must be prepared to adopt the necessary measures. It is a different kind of war, but it is all-out war. The targeting of Jews or even the Jewish state are just small fry when it comes to the ultimate goals of radical Islam.

 These are some of the insights about the current clash between European leaders and radical Islam made by Prof. Eyal Zisser, an Israeli expert on the Middle East:

 “Now they are learning the hard way that terrorism must be fought unflinchingly. That is how it is fought in Israel, without regard to criticism of the Netanyahu government, as legitimate as this may be. Now it is how France will fight it too."

 Furthermore, ISIS leader Abu Bakr Baghdadi has declared his objective is to 'liberate Europe' in the name of Islam, Therefore, even if Europe dissociates entirely from the Middle East, it is bound to find that the Middle East will not dissociate from it. Incidentally, that is exactly what happened to Israel with southern Lebanon and Gaza.”


 

 David Essing

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