Cairo And Jerusalem: The Zionist Inflicted Islamophobic Malaise
14 February 2011
By Gilad Atzmon
"It was the moral force of non-violence" stated
President Obama in his first comment on the revolution
in Egypt. Yet it is far from being clear who was the
Egyptian Mandela, Gandhi, or Martin Luther King? I
guess that in Cairo it was the people themselves who
peacefully transformed their own reality.
Jerusalem, Zionists, and some elements within the Left
have demonised Arabs, Muslims and Islam for decades.
Yet the people of Egypt just proved how restrained and
peace-seeking Islam is for real.
Unlike some of our blood soaked Western revolutions,
in Cairo millions of Muslims waited for 18 days for
their tyrant to internalise the message. Day after
day, they stood in the streets demonstrating patience
and determination; five times a day they joined mass
prayers for goodness to prevail. They reminded us all
that Islam is derived from the word Salaam. Islam is
all about peace. It is inherently non violent.
The Egyptians masses were, no doubt, the best possible
ambassadors for Islam and Salaam. In just more than
two weeks they have manage to break down the Zionist
driven phobia of Islam. In such a short time they have
managed to plant the seeds of hope in our hearts. They
in fact reminded us all what democracy and ‘will for
freedom' are all about.
Egypt, the biggest and most influential Arab country,
launched its march to democracy yesterday. As we know,
democracy in the Arab world means Islam. This week
Westerners had a chance to discover this peaceful
harmonious faith. In the recent days, many Americans
and Europeans have miraculously recovered from the
Zionist inflicted Islamophobic malaise. The fear of
Islam and Muslims is drifting away. Plenty of us
welcome the Egyptians and their true and natural
choice; Islam, Salaam and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Two days ago, James Clapper, the US Director of
National Intelligence, was brave enough to admit that
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is "a very heterogeneous
group, they have pursued social ends, a betterment of
the political order in Egypt, etc… There is no
overarching agenda, particularly in pursuit of
violence, at least internationally." In case someone
fails to read between the lines, America has just
bought itself six months to amend its faulty Zionised
foreign policy. America has a very short time to buy
itself new allies in the region. For America and the
West, this is a matter of life and death.
In the next few months our Western leaders will have
to adapt to the new reality. I guess that in spite of
their Jewish Lobby backers, they will have to be very
quick to confess openly the power and beauty of Islam.
They will have to appease a billion Muslims. And they
should be quick to do so.
In the coming days, Israel will have to face its own
doomed reality. It is about to be shunned. The Jewish
State is no doubt a dangerous entity, we can only pray
that on its way down it won't turn our planet into
ashes. For those who fail to realise, Israel has
accumulated enough destructive power to do so.
Moreover, such an option is well imbued within the
Israeli suicidal cultural narrative. I guess that the
story of Biblical mass murderer Samson and the story
of Masada are just two examples.
We better admit to ourselves that unlike Cairo,
Jerusalem is inherently violent and lethal. The
situation is certainly volatile. The biggest challenge
for today's world leaders is to peacefully dismantle
the Jewish State without letting it celebrate its