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Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Hamas leader says Darwinism is a Zionist tool

Following are excerpts from an interview with Saleh Riqab, Hamas deputy minister of religious endowment, which aired on Al-Aqsa TV on May 14, 2008:

Saleh Riqab: The goal of the Zionist movement is to establish a state in Palestine, which would become a base for ruling the entire world. Its other goals are to destroy the religions it opposes, particularly Islam; to corrupt values and morality; to spread permissiveness and sex; and to generate moral decline.

They have come up with many means to achieve this, such as inventing philosophical theories that destroy religion and morality . . . . .

. . . . . There are also theories that were invented by non-Jews, but they disseminate them, knowing that they are scientifically false, such as the theory of Darwin. Darwin was not Jewish, but they exploited his theory. Even though new Darwinist theories have appeared, they spread the original theory, because the concept of "survival of the fittest" serves their colonialist needs.

Interviewer: That's what the theory says.

Saleh Riqab: Yes. It serves the goals of global Jewry.

Saleh Riqab is correct to some extent -- some major Jewish organizations, notably the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Congress, have embraced Darwinism with a vengeance. The ADL's embrace of Darwinism is beyond all sense and reason -- for example, the ADL called the rabidly pro-Darwinist Kitzmiller v. Dover decision a "victory for students." The ADL's opposition to anti-semitism may be assumed to represent all Jews, but the ADL's support of Darwinism certainly does not represent all Jews -- many Jews, particularly orthodox Jews, strongly oppose Darwinism.

However, I think that a large part of the interview consists of demagogic nonsense:

Saleh Riqab: By the way, I'd like to say something... I don't want to mention names. The viewers will know what I mean. There is a book called Les Fous de la Paix, which was written by two Jewish journalists. I have a copy. It was translated into Arabic, and I've read it. It mentions that one of the architects of the Oslo Accords was meeting with the Jewish negotiator at a hotel in Britain. According to the book, in an adjacent room, the son of the Palestinian negotiator was with the daughter of the Jews, and they locked the door. That's when the Palestinian negotiator was brought down.


We see this clearly in the U.S. elections. Both Democrats and Republicans compete to please the state of the Jews. That's why when a Democrat comes to occupied Palestine, he puts on a religious skullcap, goes to the Western Wall, bangs his head against the wall, and says: "Your philosophy and the need to please you is now inside my head." They all compete with one another, but the Jews maintain a balance, and they always prefer the Christian Zionists.

If a Democrat comes to power, like [Bill] Clinton -- who served them well in Oslo and elsewhere, and almost served them in the second Camp David, but then made statements [they didn't like] -- what did Zionism do? It sent him the Jewish Monica, with whom Clinton had sex in the American White House.

Clinton left [the White House], but there are thousands of pages documenting his sexual depravity, because he had sex in the White House. I read a report that Clinton used to call Arab leaders and talk to them while she was having sex with him.

Interviewer: My God!

Saleh Riqab: These things are documented, but the Arabs don't read them.


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Anonymous Larry Fafarman is a joke said...

Well, then, that settles it.

Thursday, June 05, 2008 1:18:00 AM  
Blogger Larry Fafarman said...

You're a joke, dunghill. And the ADL and other Jewish organizations are a joke. They are paranoid because they see criticism of Darwinism in public schools as a threat to the separation of church and state. And the ADL even condemns the Darwin-to-Hitler idea.

Thursday, June 05, 2008 5:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Larry, again, refuses to make sense: "They are paranoid because they see criticism of Darwinism in public schools as a threat to the separation of church and state."

That's because the only people criticizing "Darwinism" (I presume he means contemporary evolutionary theory) are either religiously motivated or have been suckered into believing the hype of those who are religiously motivatd (see "Jim Sherwood").

Larry also states: "And the ADL even condemns the Darwin-to-Hitler idea"

Not sure what the point of this statement is. 1) The ADL is correct in condemning the connection -- whether evolutionary theory (even properly understood, not misapplied through social darwinism) inspired the Nazis (which is doubtful, hundreds of years of anti-Semitic rants, expulsions, racism, etc., certainly had plenty to bear!) has no bearing on the accuracy of modern evolutionary theory.
Scientific ideas are not parts of an ideology (despite attempts to make it one by calling it 'darwinism' vs. evolutionary theory), though, of course, scientific ideas may be used by different ideologies (correctly and, of course, incorrectly).

Friday, June 06, 2008 6:39:00 PM  
Anonymous 'Nonymous said...

Mohammed to Hitler is more plausible.

Saturday, June 07, 2008 8:43:00 PM  
Anonymous 'Nonymous said...

One of your fellow bloggers has a better take on this subject.

Thursday, June 12, 2008 9:47:00 PM  

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