Column One: Moral relativism and jihad

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J-Post:

It is the dominance of moral relativism in liberal institutions like

the New York Times that make even the most apologetic expose of the Muslim Brotherhood a major event.

US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) shakes hands with Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo

US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) shakes hands with Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo Photo: REUTERS

Two events happened on Wednesday which should send a shiver down the spine of everyone concerned about the future of the American Jewish community. But to understand their importance it is important to consider the context in which they occurred.

On January 13, The New York Times reported on a series of virulently anti-Jewish comments Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi made in speeches given in 2010. Among other things, Morsi said, “We must never forget, brothers, to nurse our children and our grandchildren on hatred for them: for Zionists, for Jews.” He said that Egyptian children “must feed on hatred; hatred must continue. The hatred must go on for God and as a form of worshiping him.”

In another speech, he called Jews “bloodsuckers,” and “the descendants of apes and pigs.”

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2 Replies to “Column One: Moral relativism and jihad”

  1. ‘Topless Jihad’: FEMEN flashes Tunisian president during Paris summit

    The Ukrainian-based feminist group FEMEN, famous for their international bare-breasted protests, stormed a conference in Paris attended by Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki in their recent ‘Topless Jihad’ campaign to protect Muslim women’s rights.

    The topless activists came to support Tunisian Amina Tyler, who has been threatened with death in her home country for posting a topless picture of herself online. They also demanded the names of those who shot and killed Tunisian opposition leader Chokri Belaid in February, chanting “Who killed Chokri Belaid?”

    http://rt.com/news/femen-paris-tunisia-president-813/

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    Femen’s Islam-bashing disregards Muslim feminism

    Muslim women don’t need to be liberated by Femen.

    […]”International Topless Jihad Day”–organized in several European capitals on April 4 by the feminist group Femen–was a setback for women in the Muslim world.

    Many Muslim female social activists don’t question Islam. Instead, we say a proper interpretation of Islam respects women’s rights.

    […]It’s also legitimate to denounce the group as Islamophobic based on what happened on April 4, when activists in Paris, Berlin, Kiev and as far away as Sao Paulo in Brazil demonstrated in solidarity with the Tunisian Femen activist Amina Tyler,

    […]two French and one Tunisian–burned the Islamic flag in front of the Grand Mosque. That flag contains the declaration of the belief in the oneness of God and acceptance of Muhammad as the prophet of God. Burning it is blasphemous for Muslims.

    […]The group’s reckless Islamophobia is impossible to deny after this April 4 broadside attack on symbols of Islamic culture. In addition to favoring mosques as demonstration sites, many Femen activists — who are known for protesting topless with slogans written across their chest — wore turbans and beards. Some drew the Islamic crescents on their nipples

    http://www.upi.com/Top_News/Analysis/2013/04/10/Femens-Islam-bashing-disregards-Muslim-feminism/WEN-7121365624532/

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  2. It is the dominance of moral relativism in liberal institutions like the New York Times that make even the most apologetic expose of the Muslim Brotherhood a major event.

    It is the dominance of moral relativism in liberal institutions like the New York Times that make a major war a certainty.

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