World Must Condemn Jewish Nazism In The Strongest Terms
09 August 2015
By Khalid Amayreh
I am not particularly eager to hurl the Nazi epithet at Jews. I know that
many Jews harbor a great deal of rectitude and would never condone the evil
crimes committed in their name.
However, when some Jews think, behave and act like the Nazis thought, behaved
and acted, we must not hesitate to call the spade a spade, even if the whole
world thinks otherwise.
The burning to death last night of an 18-month-old Palestinian child, Ali
Saad Dawabsha, at the hands of genocidal Jewish settlers south of Nablus is a
Nazi act par excellence.
Therefore, we must not indulge in prevarication or verbal juggling, or make
red-herring arguments, in an attempt to dilute the issue or make it look
The incident was by no means an isolated one. A year ago, Nazi-like Jewish
settlers burned alive a Palestinian boy after kidnapping him and taking him
to a remote place, where they pumped gasoline into his belly before setting
him on fire.
Unfortunately, Israeli government officials continued to treat this growing
phenomenon as a Hasbara issue rather than a terror issue.
This is why Israeli and Jewish officials are often seen struggling to find
extenuating circumstances and excuses in order to mitigate the enormity and
brutal ugliness of the crimes.
But this approach ultimately encourages the Judeo-Nazi elements to carry out
more heinous crimes against the virtually completely unprotected Palestinian
We all know that the Palestinian Authority (PA) can't provide any semblance
of protection for the Palestinian people just as the Judenrates (or Jewish
councils) under the Nazis didn't provide any protection for European Jewry
from the Nazi killing machine.
Israel does have the ability to rein in Jewish terrorists who carry out these
evil crimes. But Israel lacks the will and the inclination to stem the tide
of Jewish terror against Palestinian civilians.
In fact, one wouldn't exaggerate a bit by saying that the Israeli political
and security authorities use Jewish terror in the West Bank as a political
tool to expedite sinister Israeli goals and policies.
This is the only inevitable conclusion one would reach in light of the
failure of the Israeli government to prevent the perpetration of thousands of
attacks and acts of vandalism against Palestinians by fanatical Jewish
Needless to say, these extremists thrive thanks to a brashly-racist education
system permeating through hundreds of Talmudic seminaries in Israel, whereby
students are taught that non-Jews are infra-humans or animals walking on two
legs and whose lives have absolutely no sanctity.
Hence, the claim that we occasionally hear from Zionist apologists that the
Jewish terrorists who commit these Nazi-like crimes represent wild weeds
should be taken with not a few grains of salt.
I am not claiming or suggesting that burning Palestinian kids alive is an
expression of Jewish morality.
However, we cannot deny the fact that the terrorists have a considerable
social base in Israel, including hundreds of rabbis who openly advocate and
bless the nefarious acts.
Likewise, we can't ignore the fact that the terrorists and the school of
thought they espouse and represent has been part and parcel of successive
Israeli governments, including the current one.
The quasi-fascist party, known as ha-Bayt ha-Yahudi (Jewish Home) more or
less controls the Israeli government. This is the party of the settlers.
The Israeli state is legally bound by international law to provide protection
for the Palestinian people who languish under its occupation.
But as we all see Israel has gravely failed to carry out this task as is
evident from the relentless persistence of murderous crimes by Jewish
terrorists and Israeli security forces against Palestinians. In fact, Israel
excels in and strives to torment and murder the Palestinians, much less tries
to protect them.
This is why, the Palestinian people urgently needs a meaningful international
protection from the ghoul of Jewish Nazism.
We hear and watch rabbis and other leaders in Israel shamelessly call for
sending Palestinians to concentration camps. What is even more shocking is
that we see how these genocidal urges fail to raise the eyebrows of the
So what are we really waiting for?
Today, the safety and survival of the Palestinian people in the West Bank in
particular depends to a large extent on the good will of the international
Should the world, God forbid, goes into a brief moment of slumber, Judeo-Nazi
elements could seize the moment and embark on the unthinkable.
We should also remember that the holocaust didn't actually start with
concentration camps as Auschwitz, Bergen Belsen, and Dachau.
It actually started with incidents very much like what the terrorists are
doing to the helpless Palestinians.
The writings are on the wall.
Khalid Amayreh is a Palestinian journalist and current affairs political
commentator living in Occupied Palestine