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Monday, May 9, 2016

Will that be facts or feelings?

Anti-Islam feeling comes from something tangible. Anti-semitism is based on feeling. Like Kay’s opinions

Will that be facts or feelings?

The trouble with most people is that they think with their hopes and fears rather than their minds~ Will Durant
According to Jonathan Kay, I am a fearmongering, xenophobic Islamophobe because I am against the wearing of the niqab in my country. He is just one of far too many “journalists” pushing an ideology that has no basis in reality.
I am, in fact, against an ethic that promotes supremacy-of Muslims over Jews and Christians and other infidels. Dhimmitude. I am against an ethic that treats women as chattel, oppressed and suppressed, with no human rights, let alone civil rights. I am against people living in my country who wear that powerful misogynistic, paternalistic symbol of that ethic when our country has worked for generations to free women from paternalistic control.  I am against an ethic that refuses to tolerate, include or accommodate those with different beliefs. I am against an ethic that promotes teaching hate of others-particularly Jews. (Palwatch)
“Palestinian Authority anti-Jewish hate speech includes demonizing Jews as enemies of Allah, descendants of apes and pigs, representing satans and devils, and being an evil force in all countries where Jews have lived.”
I am against an ethic that is diametrically opposed to the ethic of the West, ethical monotheism, the Judeo/Christian ethic that demands that we care for the other, the stranger, as our first order. As I have written in my book Back to the Ethic: Reclaiming Western Values,  this moral imperative came from a tribe that had been enslaved for four hundred years and yet the first demand made of them was to care for the stranger-who had enslaved them. This is an ethic that proclaimed that all life is sacred and that all people are born with equal intrinsic value.  Sharia, the ethic underpinning Islam is not compatible with ethical monotheism. Sharia cannot acculturate to the West without giving up its basic premises.
It’s okay to call me a fearmongering xenophobic Islamophobe for defending that ethic as I consider myself blessed to have been born into it. How much more blessed are those who chose it?  And now they find that ethic of freedom that they chose is under attack, particularly by those who were born into it but now taking this ethic for granted, appear quite content, if not enthusiastic to see it under attack in the name of tolerance. A stance that is nothing short of promoting suicide-by-democracy.
It is another example of the thought processes of those who, like Jonathan Kay call themselves “Progressives.” Their opinions tend to be based on 100% fact free feelings. And then there is Kay’s statement that Jews and Muslims are equally not harassed. Another 100% fact free feeling-based opinion. He wrote that he didn’t agree with the statistics from B’nai Brith regarding anti-Semitism. He’s been sharing this disagreement with facts for more than six years.
The report said “The year 2014 saw the highest number of anti-Semitic incidents ever recorded by B’nai Brith and the League for Human Rights. At 1627 incidents, this year saw a 28% increase over 2013. This is consistent with data gathered by other human rights organizations around the world, such as the Anti-Defamation League, who reported a 21% increase over the previous year.”
He said some of the acts were done by what he “knows” are a “menagerie of demented Internet crackpots and teenage graffiti artists spray-painting backward swastikas on fences.” Would he be referring to the attacks in Laval? He does like to equate this hate to “demented” people. Would he have referred to the early Hitler youth as demented as well?
“Police reported a total of 13 acts of anti-Semitic graffiti – including swastikas – that were sprayed mostly on de Chartres St. and at Parc de Cluny on the night of March 28 to the early morning hours of March 29. Among the graffiti were the numbers 14/88 – an anti-Semitic code used by white supremacists and neo-Nazis – as well as a crossed-out Star of David”—B’nai-Brith
How about the attacks on peaceful Jewish protesters in Calgary?—Calgary Herald
And I have no doubt he can find a way to belittle the calls for killing Jews that took place at Queen’s Park a few years ago.—Huffinton Post
These acts are just a response to Israeli policies.Nothing at all to do with Jew-hatred.
I guess he feels that attacking Jews on campus is not- anti-semitic despite the report from Brandeis University which “… singled out Canadian and Californian universities as places where hostility toward Jewish students was especially high.” Rabbi Philip Bregman, executive director of Hillel BC, said the results of the study were not surprising to him.
“One of the major effects of the boycott, divestment and sanctions [BDS] movement is that it brings out and allows for a toxic environment whereby people think it’s OK now to start saying outrageous things about Israel and Jews,” he said. “It opens Pandora’s box and gives professors and others a sense of empowerment to go in a direction they wouldn’t have gone before. Once you allow this unfiltered and biased and absurd criticism of Israel per se, it opens the doors for everything.”
No. Kay is capable of separating so-called criticism of Israel from Jew hatred, contrary to the comments made by Michael Mostyn, CEO, B’nai Brith Canada.
“Following the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli youths by the terrorist group Hamas, Operation Protective Edge was launched. Criticism of Israeli policies soon became a condemnation of the Jewish people as a whole, reigniting interest in misguided boycott movements. In many cases around the globe, attempts were made to justify virulent antisemitic attacks as support for anti-Israel ideology, despite the fact that Jewish people, and not the Israeli government, were the target.”
So attacks on Jews on campus because of BDS campaigns is all about Israel policy not anti-semitism per se.
Does he feel that terror attacks in Israel and attacks against Jews in Canada are merely the direct result of the policies of the present Israeli government?  I guess he is unfamiliar with the terror attacks against Jews since Mohamed became a prophet; attacks from time immemorial as described so meticulously by Joan Peters in her book From Time Immemorial. The fact that Israel is the only Jewish state in the world and probably the most analysed-certainly the one most attacked by the UN and its organizations for all kinds of failures- while 22 Muslim countries get a pass more or less, does not seem to be in his consciousness.
On the other hand his opinions on anti-Islamic attacks are based on scattered “anecdotal” reports he heard. He wrote about kids whose names are the same as those on no-fly lists. As a Jewish mother I wish the worst that ever happened to Jewish kids was being on a no-fly list that could be changed. And then, of course, he wonders about people who worry about the fact that rape culture from Islamic countries could come into Canada. That must be Islomophobic because it has never happened in another western country! Except Sweden and Denmark and Germany and now Austria.  And in these countries the government did its best to keep the media from reporting this behaviour for fear of offending Muslims.
Do not let facts get in the way of opinion.
And his attempt to diminish the reports of refugee children attacking others in Halifax does not change the fact that these attacks have been reported and verified. That they are verified from people on the right of the political spectrum is reason not to believe, because these people are obviously fearmongering, xenophobic Islamophobes who make stuff up!  But we should believe people like Kay because he is on the “Progressive” left. 
He is proud of living in tolerant Canada where anti-semitism and Islamophobia are marginalized. How does he mange such callisthenic mind bending to make anti-Islamic attacks and anti-Semitism equal and so small? This conclusion can only come from someone with an agenda and a refusal to see the facts in front of his eyes. Anti-semitism is an illogical hate that has been in the collective unconscious of Christians for 2000 years and Muslims for 1400.  Attacks on Jews tend to take place for no other reason that the person is a Jew.
But fear of Islam? The inappropriate attacks that take place are based on real fear. Fear that developed after 9/11 and got worse as each Muslim terror attack took place around the world including Canada. And that attack Kay tried to deflect to mental illness.
Anti-Islam feeling comes from something tangible. Anti-semitism is based on feeling. Like Kay’s opinions.

Anti-Islam feeling comes from something tangible. Anti-semitism is based on feeling. Like Kay’s opinions

Will that be facts or feelings?

The trouble with most people is that they think with their hopes and fears rather than their minds~ Will Durant
According to Jonathan Kay, I am a fearmongering, xenophobic Islamophobe because I am against the wearing of the niqab in my country. He is just one of far too many “journalists” pushing an ideology that has no basis in reality.
I am, in fact, against an ethic that promotes supremacy-of Muslims over Jews and Christians and other infidels. Dhimmitude. I am against an ethic that treats women as chattel, oppressed and suppressed, with no human rights, let alone civil rights. I am against people living in my country who wear that powerful misogynistic, paternalistic symbol of that ethic when our country has worked for generations to free women from paternalistic control.  I am against an ethic that refuses to tolerate, include or accommodate those with different beliefs. I am against an ethic that promotes teaching hate of others-particularly Jews. (Palwatch)
“Palestinian Authority anti-Jewish hate speech includes demonizing Jews as enemies of Allah, descendants of apes and pigs, representing satans and devils, and being an evil force in all countries where Jews have lived.”
I am against an ethic that is diametrically opposed to the ethic of the West, ethical monotheism, the Judeo/Christian ethic that demands that we care for the other, the stranger, as our first order. As I have written in my book Back to the Ethic: Reclaiming Western Values,  this moral imperative came from a tribe that had been enslaved for four hundred years and yet the first demand made of them was to care for the stranger-who had enslaved them. This is an ethic that proclaimed that all life is sacred and that all people are born with equal intrinsic value.  Sharia, the ethic underpinning Islam is not compatible with ethical monotheism. Sharia cannot acculturate to the West without giving up its basic premises.
It’s okay to call me a fearmongering xenophobic Islamophobe for defending that ethic as I consider myself blessed to have been born into it. How much more blessed are those who chose it?  And now they find that ethic of freedom that they chose is under attack, particularly by those who were born into it but now taking this ethic for granted, appear quite content, if not enthusiastic to see it under attack in the name of tolerance. A stance that is nothing short of promoting suicide-by-democracy.
It is another example of the thought processes of those who, like Jonathan Kay call themselves “Progressives.” Their opinions tend to be based on 100% fact free feelings. And then there is Kay’s statement that Jews and Muslims are equally not harassed. Another 100% fact free feeling-based opinion. He wrote that he didn’t agree with the statistics from B’nai Brith regarding anti-Semitism. He’s been sharing this disagreement with facts for more than six years.
The report said “The year 2014 saw the highest number of anti-Semitic incidents ever recorded by B’nai Brith and the League for Human Rights. At 1627 incidents, this year saw a 28% increase over 2013. This is consistent with data gathered by other human rights organizations around the world, such as the Anti-Defamation League, who reported a 21% increase over the previous year.”
He said some of the acts were done by what he “knows” are a “menagerie of demented Internet crackpots and teenage graffiti artists spray-painting backward swastikas on fences.” Would he be referring to the attacks in Laval? He does like to equate this hate to “demented” people. Would he have referred to the early Hitler youth as demented as well?
“Police reported a total of 13 acts of anti-Semitic graffiti – including swastikas – that were sprayed mostly on de Chartres St. and at Parc de Cluny on the night of March 28 to the early morning hours of March 29. Among the graffiti were the numbers 14/88 – an anti-Semitic code used by white supremacists and neo-Nazis – as well as a crossed-out Star of David”—B’nai-Brith
How about the attacks on peaceful Jewish protesters in Calgary?—Calgary Herald
And I have no doubt he can find a way to belittle the calls for killing Jews that took place at Queen’s Park a few years ago.—Huffinton Post
These acts are just a response to Israeli policies.Nothing at all to do with Jew-hatred.
I guess he feels that attacking Jews on campus is not- anti-semitic despite the report from Brandeis University which “… singled out Canadian and Californian universities as places where hostility toward Jewish students was especially high.” Rabbi Philip Bregman, executive director of Hillel BC, said the results of the study were not surprising to him.
“One of the major effects of the boycott, divestment and sanctions [BDS] movement is that it brings out and allows for a toxic environment whereby people think it’s OK now to start saying outrageous things about Israel and Jews,” he said. “It opens Pandora’s box and gives professors and others a sense of empowerment to go in a direction they wouldn’t have gone before. Once you allow this unfiltered and biased and absurd criticism of Israel per se, it opens the doors for everything.”
No. Kay is capable of separating so-called criticism of Israel from Jew hatred, contrary to the comments made by Michael Mostyn, CEO, B’nai Brith Canada.
“Following the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli youths by the terrorist group Hamas, Operation Protective Edge was launched. Criticism of Israeli policies soon became a condemnation of the Jewish people as a whole, reigniting interest in misguided boycott movements. In many cases around the globe, attempts were made to justify virulent antisemitic attacks as support for anti-Israel ideology, despite the fact that Jewish people, and not the Israeli government, were the target.”
So attacks on Jews on campus because of BDS campaigns is all about Israel policy not anti-semitism per se.
Does he feel that terror attacks in Israel and attacks against Jews in Canada are merely the direct result of the policies of the present Israeli government?  I guess he is unfamiliar with the terror attacks against Jews since Mohamed became a prophet; attacks from time immemorial as described so meticulously by Joan Peters in her book From Time Immemorial. The fact that Israel is the only Jewish state in the world and probably the most analysed-certainly the one most attacked by the UN and its organizations for all kinds of failures- while 22 Muslim countries get a pass more or less, does not seem to be in his consciousness.
On the other hand his opinions on anti-Islamic attacks are based on scattered “anecdotal” reports he heard. He wrote about kids whose names are the same as those on no-fly lists. As a Jewish mother I wish the worst that ever happened to Jewish kids was being on a no-fly list that could be changed. And then, of course, he wonders about people who worry about the fact that rape culture from Islamic countries could come into Canada. That must be Islomophobic because it has never happened in another western country! Except Sweden and Denmark and Germany and now Austria.  And in these countries the government did its best to keep the media from reporting this behaviour for fear of offending Muslims.
Do not let facts get in the way of opinion.
And his attempt to diminish the reports of refugee children attacking others in Halifax does not change the fact that these attacks have been reported and verified. That they are verified from people on the right of the political spectrum is reason not to believe, because these people are obviously fearmongering, xenophobic Islamophobes who make stuff up!  But we should believe people like Kay because he is on the “Progressive” left. 
He is proud of living in tolerant Canada where anti-semitism and Islamophobia are marginalized. How does he mange such callisthenic mind bending to make anti-Islamic attacks and anti-Semitism equal and so small? This conclusion can only come from someone with an agenda and a refusal to see the facts in front of his eyes. Anti-semitism is an illogical hate that has been in the collective unconscious of Christians for 2000 years and Muslims for 1400.  Attacks on Jews tend to take place for no other reason that the person is a Jew.
But fear of Islam? The inappropriate attacks that take place are based on real fear. Fear that developed after 9/11 and got worse as each Muslim terror attack took place around the world including Canada. And that attack Kay tried to deflect to mental illness.
Anti-Islam feeling comes from something tangible. Anti-semitism is based on feeling. Like Kay’s opinions.


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