Thursday, May 13, 2010

The Hidden Hand of Jewish Conspiracy ...

In every religious tradition, one finds people of all strains of thought – the good, the bad, and the ugly. The good are those who are faithful to the original religion, the bad are those who have been sidetracked, and the ugly are those who have gone so far into the realm of evil that they have become devils themselves. Divine Revelation makes it unequivocally clear that not all devils are jinns; some devils are made of flesh and blood:
And so We have appointed for every Prophet enemies - devils among humankind and jinns (Qur’an: The Cattle, verse 112)

At another place, the Qur’an makes it clear that Iblis (i.e. Satan, the Devil) is not alone in his mission. He has a whole army with him:
God said, “Go, and whosoever of them follows you, surely Hell will be the recompense of you [all], an ample recompense. And befool them gradually those whom you can among them with your voice, make assaults on them with your cavalry and your infantry, mutually share with them wealth and children, and make promises to them.” But Satan promises them nothing but deceit. (17:63-64)

One finds the strongest concentration of these human devils among the Jews, as evidenced by the following Qur’anic verse:
Verily, you will find the strongest among men in enmity to the believers, the Jews and those who are polytheists (5:82)

The reason for this is their delusion that they are the ‘chosen people’. (They used to be the chosen people; they no longer are.) Therefore, they disrespect the Final Prophet (Muhammad - peace be upon him). Arrogant disrespect of Prophethood is the defining feature of the Devil:
[Remember] when your Lord said to the angels: “Truly I am going to make man from clay”. So when I have fashioned him and breathed into him [his] soul created by Me, then you fall down prostrate to him.” So the angels prostrated themselves, all of them. Except Iblis [Satan, the jinn, who was in the company of the angels], he was proud and was one of the disbelievers. [God] said, “O Iblis, what prevents you from prostrating yourself to one whom I have created with Both My Hands. Are you too proud or are you one of the high exalted? [Iblis] said, “I am better than he. You created me from fire, and You created him from clay.” God said, “Then get out from here, for verily, you are outcast. And verily, My Curse is on you till the Day of Recompense.” [Iblis] said, “My lord, give me then respite till the Day the [dead] are resurrected.” [God] said, “Verily, you are one of those allowed respite. Till the day of the time appointed”. [Iblis] said, “By your might, then I will surely mislead them all. Except your chosen slaves among them”. [God] said, “The Truth is, and the Truth I say. That I will fill Hell with you and those of them that follow you, together.” (Qur'an, 38:71-85)

It is no surprise then that since a very long time, a group of ostensible Jews who are actually devils and agents of devils have always conspired to mislead and enslave humanity. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion made its public appearance in the early twentieth century, but it is actually a much older document. It was removed from wide circulation through yet another conspiracy because it was intended that world events that were designed to happen should appear to have happened naturally. One finds the signature of the Hidden Hand of Jewish conspiracy in the rise of atheism, communism, Marxism, capitalism, socialism, fascism, and terrorism. It was the Zionist search for world sovereignty that caused the Bolshevik revolution, the two World Wars, the Great Depression, the Cold War between America and Russia, America’s War on Terror, America’s search for global dominance, and a whole lot more.

Nevertheless, it is we Muslims (and not a group of conspiring Jews) who are squarely responsible for the physical and moral destruction that occurred during the 20th century:
And those who disbelieve are allies to one another, [and] if you [Muslims] do not do so [i.e. become allies, as one united block], there will be Fitnah [wars, battles, oppression, heretic sects, etc] on earth, and a great mischief and corruption. (Qur’an, 8:73)

After having encircled the whole world, the serpent of Zion has finally reached the borders of Pakistan and, in doing so, it has signed its own death warrant. This is the 21st century, not the 20th century. Watch out for the Islamic World Order!

3 comments:

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svendster said...

The Protocols are a vile, utterly discredited fraud, and there is nothing Islamic or intellectually respectable about trafficking in discourse that reduces a large group of human beings to dehumanizing stereotypes, much less sinister smears that paint them as inherently evil.

Innocent people have died because of these lies. I'm saddened to see that you're promoting this kind of rhetoric.

If your aim is to support Palestinian rights, I suggest you look at works by real scholars (many of whom are Jewish; e.g., Noam Chomsky) that exhaustively document Israel's misdeeds using facts as opposed to racist fairy tales.

I'd appreciate it if you removed me from your blog roll. Thank you.

Wasalaam.

Fayyaz Khan said...

Salams Mr Svend,

First of all, thank you for your comment. Secondly, we need to clear some misunderstandings here.

1. I will not use the word "antisemitic" since the Israeli Jews and the Arab Palestinians are both semitic peoples. The operative word here is "anti-Jew".

2. Regardless of its authenticity, the Protocols is NOT an anti-Jewish document. Note that despite his contempt of non-Jews (the "gentiles"), the speaker in the Protocols is addressing only a select group of Jews. The meeting is supposed to be kept secret not only from the "gentiles", but also from other Jews. The Protocols is implicating a specific group of Jews and not the Jewish people in general.

3. The Protocols cannot be honestly used as anti-Jewish propaganda since the Protocols is NOT a blanket statement against the Jewish people.

4. Anybody that considers the Protocols to be authentic does not automatically become a Jew-hater. Remember that the Qur'an says that the worst enemies of the Muslims are the Jews. Does that make the Qur'an a Jew-hating document?

5. I am not a Jew-hater. As I said in this post, there are "good", "bad", and "ugly" people in all religious traditions.

6. The claim that the Protocols is a forgery is based on the similarities betweeen the Protocols and Maurice Joly's 1864 book, Dialogue aux enfers entre Machiavel et Montesquieu (The Dialogue in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu). The facts that are conveniently omitted are as follows.

It is now evident that Maurice Joly plagiarized a significant portion of his Dialogue from Eugene Sue's popular novel, Les Mystères du peuple (1849-1856). The fact that Joly was an un-original writer who shamelessly plagiarized from a popular novel written only seven years earlier should ring bells in an unbiased mind. Add to that the fact that Joly was a lifelong Mason and member of the "Lodge of Mizraim". Finally, ask yourself the question of why the Protocols plagiarized from only that portion of the Dialogue that was not plagiarized from Eugene Sue's novel, and you will arrive at the unpalatable conclusion that it was Joly who plagiarized from the Protocols and not vice versa. This means that the Protocols were in existence when Joly wrote his Dialogue.

7. Why is it that anti-Jewish documents against the whole of the Jewish people have vanished into oblivion while a document that implicates only a small fraction of the Jewish people, is so popular? The truth is that the continuous popularity of the Protocols is not because people are inherently Jew-haters, but because the Protocols has predicted the events of the 20th century with deathly precision.

8. My belief in the authenticity of the Protocols does not originate just from my views about the State of Israel and its policies. It originates from my study of world events of the past few centuries.


Wassalam,
Fayyaz Khan