Islamic bigotry / racism = genocide

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    Islamic bigotry / racism = genocide​


    [Modern] Islamic genocide campain has started since at least the late 1800s in Syria.

    * Most notable was the Armenian Genocide, where a combination of Turkist supremacist racism and Islamic fanaticism massacred at least 1.5 Million innocent Christian Armenians. Despite the assumption that the Young Turks were only supremacist-fascist, they were also inspired by jihad, explicit calls for holy war wre recorded,

    * The Arab-Islamic anti-Jewish (or/and anti-Israel) genocide campaign [just as Iranian Islamic former president Rafsanjani's Dec.-2001 suggestion about 'one bomb' is enough and his call for Muslims to use the nukes on Israel... Ahmadinejad's "wiping off map." Or Hamas & Hezbollah repeated call for annihilation [as documented by MEMRI, PalWatch] backed by a certain Koran/Hadith, and polls of "Palestinian" mainstream supporting them) began in the 1920 by infmaous Mufti all-Husseini, who served in the Turkish army when it carried the Armenian genocide. Authors believe he got the 'genocide' inspiration from the Turks.

    He was A. Hitler's closest ally in the Arab world, termed the Arab Fuhrer, preached his anti-Jewish venom in Berlin since 1939, in sermons embedding fascism and Koran messages. His dual racial and religious hatred founded the 'conflict.' One of the two massacres linked directly to him are: the 1929 Hebron (of non-Zionist pious Jews) and the Farhud 1941 pogrom in Iraq.

    He personally met Hitler in 1941, though the German Nazi leader (hating the 'Arab race,') refused to shake his hand... or drink with him, but managed to cooperate against he Jews. He oversaw in 1943 the 3 Moslem SS divisions to commit crimes aginst Christians and Jews in The Balkans. His henchman and spokesman A. Shukairy became first PLO head who in his youth, in the 1920s, incited against the West, in Lebanon.

    * The Hauna-Fulani genocide campaign of the Igbo/Biafra [1966 and on] in Nigeria was also a combination of ethnic and religious cleansing. There's still lingering violence motivated by the above.

    * The violence in Indonesia (Molucca, Andon) since the 1970s and the massacres 1999-2002, targeted ethnic Chinese and Christians, motivated by 'Lashkar Jihad,' fanaticism.

    * The 1971 massacre of 3,000,000 in Bangladesh (than part of Pakistan) was also ethnic and religious fanaticism. as the Pakistanis thought of the Bengalis not "pure," and not "authentic" Muslims.

    * The Sudan genocide (2.5 million victims) is both: Arab racism [by afro-Arabs] upon non-Arab African-blacks indigenous South Sudanese.

    * Seeing the latest massacres in Syria [2011-2012], the Iran/Hezbollah Islamofascists are (the only ones) backing the Baathist-Alawite Apartheid regime in its ethnic cleansing of Sunnis.
     

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    The Forgotten Genocide: Why It Matters Today


    April 25, 2013 By Raymond Ibrahim

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    A still frame from the 1919 documentary film Auction of Souls, which portrayed eye witnessed events from the Armenian Genocide, including crucified Christian girls.


    Yesterday, April 24, marks the “Great Crime,” that is, the Armenian genocide that took place under Turkey’s Islamic Ottoman Empire, during and after WWI. Out of an approximate population of two million, some 1.5 million Armenians died. If early 20th century Turkey had the apparatuses and technology to execute in mass—such as 1940s Germany’s gas chambers—the entire Armenian population may well have been decimated. Most objective American historians who have studied the question unequivocally agree that it was a deliberate, calculated genocide:

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    Indeed, if we “fail to deal radically” with the “horror” currently being visited upon millions of Christians around the Islamic world—which in some areas has reached genocidal proportions—we “condone it” and had better cease talking “mischievous nonsense” of a utopian world of peace and tolerance.

    Put differently, silence is always the ally of those who would commit genocide. In 1915, Adolf Hitler rationalized his genocidal plans, which he implemented some three decades later, when he rhetorically asked: “Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?”

    And who speaks today of the annihilation of Christians under Islam?

    The Forgotten Genocide: Why It Matters Today | FrontPage Magazine
     
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    well if they're for homos and socialism, the leftwingers will back them no matter what
     
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    And even more recently, there was Slobodan Milosevic. Oh, wait...
     

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