Mr. Ali Sina:  I very much appreciate your web-site.  Here is an article I have been working on for a short time.   - Thank you for your work.


An Open Letter To Muslim Terrorists

By D. Canterbury

Have no mercy on the Jews, no matter where they are, in any country. Fight them, wherever you are. Wherever you meet them, kill them. Wherever you are, kill those Jews and those Americans who are like them - and those who stand by them - they are all in one trench, against the Arabs and the Muslims...."  -  *Dr. Ahmad Abu Halabiya, Member of the PA appointed "Fatwa Council" and former acting Rector of the Islamic University in Gaza.

All of the Islamic web-sites have their history wrong on the 1967 war; Israel was simultaneously attacked by six Islamic states and was forced to defend herself.  In reality the "occupation" is what happens to countries that start and then lose a war.


Ask the millions of poor Germans who had their ancestral lands confiscated by Poland and France--and their country subsequently partitioned for a half century. Why do the Russians still occupy portions of the old Japanese homeland decades after the surrender?  How is it that the British won't give up Gibraltar long after their successful battles against the Spanish fleet?  And why must the world give far more attention to Palestine than it does to Tibetans, Irish and Chechens?

The situation on the West Bank is not only commonplace in history's harsh calculus, but prevalent even throughout the Arab world today.  Right next door in Lebanon, Syria controls far more Arab land than does Israel.  And if Palestinians suffer second-class citizenship under Israeli occupation, they are worse off in occupied Lebanon where, as helots, they are denied basic rights to employment, health care and government services.

Kuwait ethnically cleansed all Palestinians--perhaps a third of a million--just a decade ago.  Well after the 1967 Six Day War, the Jordanians themselves slaughtered thousands.  Before the intifada more Palestinians sought work in a hated Israel than in a beloved Egypt.  History suggests that there is more going on in Palestine than the morality of occupation.

The struggle in the Middle East is not now and has never been about land.  Israel occupies a miniscule 1% of the Arab Middle East and less than 10% of the entire Palestine Mandate, which was not even a political entity – let alone a nation, when the Jews’ rights were granted.  It was just a “mandate” carved by the British out of the Turkish empire after the First World War, and then allotted 90% to the Palestinian Arabs and 10% to the Jews.

Today the land called Jordan – a nation wholly created by Britain – occupies 80% of the landmass that made up the original Palestine Mandate.  Nearly 70% of its inhabitants are still Palestinian Arabs, yet Jordan is not the target of a Palestine liberation movement.  How is this possible?  It is possible because the Hashemites who rule Palestinian Jordan and are a minority within Jordan, are Muslims not Jews.  The Middle East War is not about land and not about injustice. It is a religious war – a jihad -- against the Jews.

In 1949, Jordan annexed the West Bank – that is, the entire territory that is allegedly in dispute -- and held it for 18 long years up to, and until, the 1967 Arab war against Israel.  Jordan and the other Arab states lost this war, and the Jews retained control of the West Bank because the Arab states refused to make peace and recognize Israel, and Israel refused to return land to declared enemies, lest they use it as a staging area for war against Israel a third time.

Please give accurate historical facts, not PC reconstructed history.

The "massacre" in Jenin has now been reduced to 52 dead Palestinians, of which only 4 or 5 could possibly be civilians.  33 Israeli soldiers lost their lives.

Palestinians have been photographed digging up and transporting newly buried bodies from other parts of the city of Jenin to the "massacre" site.

Why is it that every time the Israeli government agrees to some sort of stabilization, another terrorist bombing takes place?   Do the Palestinian leaders really want peace?

The Palestinians will not stop at any redrawn borders.  In actuality, the Palestinian leaders and the terrorist countries that support them do not want only their "own Palestinian state", they want all of Israel.  They seek the destruction of not only the state of Israel, but the extermination of the Jewish people as a whole.

Israel and its people are surrounded and outnumbered by Islamic theocracies and terrorist states.  Its only chance and only choice is to fight not only to protect itself, but to survive.


When was the last time you heard of a bunch of Jews getting together to blow up a school bus?  Wouldn't they just picket first?

It is a generation since most of the Jews in Europe were killed by a religion masked in the trappings of government.  And it is happening again.  The backward Muslim theocracies of the world, helped by the rampant anti-Semitism of practically every country in the EU, are doing their best to drive Israel into the sea and to exterminate the Jewish people. 

You clothe your children in suicide belts and teach them that killing themselves is the only sure way to heaven.  You teach them hate in your "schools".  Your state approved newspapers run articles accusing Jews of being "vampires" and of conducting rituals using the blood of young Arab boys. 

We in America do take the time to read the translations of speeches made by Islamic leaders to their followers.  Ridiculous and dangerous at the same time, your religion dominates your governments and seeks to dominate the world. 

Arab leaders make promises and then are documented breaking them.  Those same leaders readily admit that they will make agreements to buy time for their schemes and then break those agreements without compunction.

These people spout the most hateful, anti-Semitic, anti-civilization, anti-education messages. 

I have no doubt that the long term scheme of the Muslim community is to support any action that is detrimental to the United States and spreads the poison that is theocracy.   It's frightening.  Will you eventually come for us all? -- (I am what is called Christian - yet I include myself along with the Jewish people.) --  Will you come in your silly sheets with your ropes and tortures?  Or will you come from your mosques with your AK-47's?   Isn't it funny that the Muslims in America have the freedom to worship as they choose while in Saudi Arabia there are allowed no other religions, let alone houses of worship?

This conflict is not only a clash of cultures; it is a clash of values  -  the values of a free society vs. the Islamic theocracies of the Arab world and all anti-Semitic, anti-Judeo/Christian groups.  This is demonstrated the by the OBVIOUS difference in the value placed on a single human life.


Good is good and evil is still evil.
Terrorism is no excuse under any circumstance.

If you do not value humanity, you have no value to humanity.


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