Raised on Hatred

New York Times:


Published: January 17, 2013

EGYPT’S newly elected president, Mohamed Morsi, was caught on tape about three years ago urging his followers to “nurse our children and our grandchildren on hatred” for Jews and Zionists. Not long after, the then-leader of the Muslim Brotherhood described Zionists as “bloodsuckers who attack the Palestinians,” “warmongers” and “descendants of apes and pigs.”

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These remarks are disgusting, but they are neither shocking nor new. As a child growing up in a Muslim family, I constantly heard my mother, other relatives and neighbors wish for the death of Jews, who were considered our darkest enemy. Our religious tutors and the preachers in our mosques set aside extra time to pray for the destruction of Jews.

For far too long the pervasive Middle Eastern qualification of Jews as murderers and bloodsuckers was dismissed in the West as extreme views expressed by radical fringe groups. But they are not. In truth, those Muslims who think of Jews as friends and fellow human beings with a right to their own state are a minority, and are under intense pressure to change their minds.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 thoughts on “Raised on Hatred

  1. She is a brave woman, who really should be a darling of the left as she rejects religion supports female rights, slams religion’s abuse and subjugation of women, speaks to rights of the individual, etc…

    And she would be if the religion she criticizes was any other and I mean any other and all others , than Islam.

  2. She is very brave, what surprises me is that the left hasn’t moved to destroy her as they move to destroy all other women who oppose their agenda in any way.

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