Raphael Israeli: Muslim apologist, thy name is coward


It’s not racist to question whether Islamists can integrate into Western society.

Absolutely correct, professor.  because Islam is an ideology, not a race. But the race card has worked very well for them, hasn’t it?


In today’s Australian Professor Israeli slams the cowards who stopped him from speaking


I have been researching Islam in Europe and have come to some disturbing findings about the new third Islamic invasion of Europe: specifically, the Muslim neighbourhoods that breed violence and trouble and the home-grown European Muslims who have sworn to change Europe to their tune, to Islamise it and to use violence, if necessary, to that end.

I do not wish to play the victim and I appreciate that Australia is noted for robust debate. But when a scholar who has no axe to grind honestly describes and analyses what policy-makers in Europe have done, and draws a straightforward conclusion about Australia, to be abused and branded as a racist is extraordinary.

Shouts and abuse are not a policy, nor do they encourage public debate. If someone wishes to dismiss data by providing alternative sets of facts and arguments, that is a debate, but by shooting the messenger instead of addressing the issue, no public cause is served. It is a fact that since 2000, Jewish facilities were attacked by Muslims in Europe and Australia, but never the other way around. To state that is racism?

Some, of course, prefer to hide behind hollow slogans of “inter-communal harmony”, “inter-faith co-operation” and “multiculturalism” instead of exposing Muslim violence and inflammatory rhetoric and act, together with Muslim moderates, to uproot these phenomena.

Aware of the European parallel, I am neither surprised by the Muslim leaders’ attempts to shut off any debate in Australia and intimidate anyone who raises his voice against such actions, nor by the Australian press complicity in that process. Only yesterday I received threats from a Chechen Islamic website. So much for civilized debate.

Bravo Professor. You got the ball rolling, thank you! The debate has only just begun…

Got One in Jenin!

Swift retribution this time. Unfortunately its not always that way: 

Army kills top Jihad operative in Jenin

ap and jpost.com staff, THE JERUSALEM POST  Feb. 21, 2007

IDF troops on Wednesday shot and killed the leader of the Islamic Jihad
group in Jenin who, defense sources say, was responsible for Tuesday’s
attempted suicide bombing in Tel Aviv.

Mahmoud Abu Abait, 24, was traveling in a car in the center of Jenin
when undercover IDF soldiers shot and killed him, the witnesses said.
An Israeli combat helicopter was seen in the area at the time, they

According to Army Radio, defense sources said the would-be bomber who
was arrested in Tel Aviv on Tuesday evening admitted during his
interrogation that Abait was the one who had sent him on the mission
and supplied him with the homemade explosives he was carrying.

On Tuesday, Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the bombing
attempt. The bomber was from the Jenin area.

Overnight Tuesday, IDF troops also arrested three more wanted Islamic
Jihad operatives during the Jenin operation. They also arrested a
member of Hamas in Hebron.

IMRA – Independent Media Review and Analysis
Website: www.imra.org.il

Get out NOW!


Mission accomplished?

You bet!

The mission was accomplished long ago. It was accomplished when Baghdad fell.

When Saddam Hussain was dragged out of his hole the mission was ACCOMPLISHED.

Who ever came up with this idiotic ‘lets go to Iraq for nation building?’

Who suckered us into this madness?

‘Democracy’ – ‘Light upon the Muslim nations’- foggeddaboutit!!

The very moment we agreed to ‘democracy under sharia law’- the whole f*#kcing thing went down the gurgler!

Why don’t we do what we must, and leave them to it?

Why must we spent scarce resources (which must be husbanded instead of squandered) to prevent the -inevitable- slaughter of the shiites, -those rafidite dogs-, or vice versa, the slaughter of the Shiites by sunnies, those Wahabite financiers of the global jihad?

Neither of them is a friend (or an ally)  to us infidel kuffars, no matter how much they pretend and screw us out of our money.

Enough is enough. Let nature run its curse:

London-based Sunni historian: Iran plotting to annihilate the Sunnis, establish global Shi’ite government

Dress your own little Mohammed: Nice, but will it ever be sold in Islamistan?



Normal Bob Smith has developed this useful and educational interactive website so that everyone in the family can attend to the Prophet’s sartorial needs.

Now you don’t have to be a Danish cartoonist to earn your very own fatwa!

It’s a kind of a virtual paper-doll arrangement, with many large accessories; Mohammed the Taxi Driver is particularly apt. The result of one of my own efforts is shown at right.

Entrepreneurs interested? When can we start with the production?

Karneval in Germany depicts Mullah’s as the Assholes they are


This years Faschingsparade (Rosenmontag) yesterday depicted mullah’s as gun-toting suicide-bombers with guns. The first sign says ‘Stereotype’ and the second says ‘Reality’- and now watch the proverbial hit the fan!

The central-board of Muhammedans in Germany has already protested. Spokesman Myzek claims the parade manifested ‘lies’ and ‘prejudice’.

Myzek says this is ‘Provokation for the sake of provoking’ and you know the rest: The usual, ‘Islamophobia, disrespect for Muslims…’ etc. etc.

* Update…

* Here it is in German, from
Jihad Watch Germany

Danach hätte man ja die Uhr stellen können.
Ein Karnevals-Mottowagen zum Thema Islam im Düsseldorfer Rosenmontagszug hat den Zorn des Zentralrates der Muslime in Deutschland (ZMD) auf sich gezogen. ZMD-Generalsekretär Aiman Mazyek wies die Art der Darstellung von religiösen Führern des Islam auf dem Mottowagen in der in Düsseldorf erscheinenden “Westdeutschen Zeitung” (Dienstagausgabe) als “Vorurteil” und “platte Lüge” zurück.
Der Mottowagen des Düsseldorfer Wagenbauers Jacques Tilly zeigt zwei mit Pistole, Schwert und Sprengstoffgürtel bewaffnete Mullahs. Beide sehen exakt gleich aus, einer trägt den Schriftzug “Klischee”, auf dem anderen steht “Wirklichkeit”.
Mazyek sprach von einer “Provokation um der Provokation willen”. Er frage sich, was der Wagen darstellen solle, sagte er und betonte: “Ich lese die Botschaft so: Wir lieben unsere Vorurteile und verfestigen sie notfalls mit platten Lügen.” Mazyek zeigte sich überzeugt, dass “die Mehrheit der Jecken nicht dafür ist, dass Islamverachtung salonfähig gemacht wird”.

Costello:”Australia’s not for you”- Keysar:”It is totally un-Australian to keep picking on the minority. This is an attack on the Muslim minority,”

Because Keysar knows what’s Australian and what’s not:


That’s why he is a disciple of the Bin Laden cult and the spokesman for the ‘cat meat’ sheik al Hilali.

That’s why his brood is hijabbed and he calls Australians ‘the criminal dregs of white society’- You know best what’s Australian, Keysar. You know!

* But Costello won’t have any more of it:


Costello warns on citizenship
Karen Collierfrom the Herald Sun
February 20, 2007

DUAL citizens hell-bent on dividing Australia should be punished and stripped of their Aussie citizenship, Treasurer Peter Costello says.

Mr Costello also says burning the national flag is sickening but should not be banned.

The Treasurer today repeated calls to strip Aussie citizenship from people thumbing their nose at home-grown values.

The comments follow a push to dump the nation’s Muslim spiritual leader for comparing women to uncovered meat, calling white people liars, and saying Muslims had more right to be in Australia than descendants of convicts.


Sydney-based Sheik Taj el-Din al-Hilaly

Known as the ‘catmeat’ sheik

The Treasurer today repeated calls to strip Aussie citizenship from people thumbing their nose at home-grown values.

But he stopped short of demanding dual citizenship be scrapped altogether.

The comments follow a push to dump the nation’s Muslim spiritual leader for comparing women to uncovered meat, calling white people liars, and saying Muslims had more right to be in Australia than descendants of convicts.

“I think there is a point with someone who is a dual citizen, if somebody is an Australian citizen and also, let’s say, an Egyptian citizen and that person doesn’t support what this country stands for, doesn’t want to be a part of this country, I think we’d be within our rights to say to that person, well, Australia’s not for you,” Mr Costello said.

Sydney-based Sheik Taj el-Din al-Hilaly holds both Australian and Egyptian citizenship.

His position is uncertain after a string of outspoken comments, including that Prime Minister John Howard was a “Mr Me Too” lackey of the United States.

The controversial cleric’s colleague, Islamic Friendship Association of Australia spokesman Keysar Trad, accused the Treasurer of stirring up resentment and bullying Muslims.

“It is totally un-Australian to keep picking on the minority. This is an attack on the Muslim minority,” Mr Trad said.

“Some politicians will not tolerate any constructive criticism … from those who are not Anglo-Australian.”

Islamic Council of Victoria spokesman Waleed Aly said re-igniting the values debate seemed a diversion tactic in federal election lead-up.

“The values and citizenship debate is traditionally strong ground for the Government and no-one is talking about this at the moment, they are talking about climate change and the planet frying,” Mr Aly said.

*Right Aly. When another Muslim is in trouble you must hurry to the rescue. Hurry! Interesting that you’re so ‘concerned’ about climate change…

Mr Aly said dual citizenship was an economic benefit.

“It is one of those things you either allow or don’t. You can’t have a half-way house.”

*Please explain about the ‘economic benefit’ of Mohammedan infiltration Aly. I am dying to know!

Mr Costello also said burning the Australian flag should not be outlawed.

“I hate people burning the Australian flag,” Mr Costello told Macquarie Radio.

“It makes me sick in my stomach but then you think to yourself, these people are disaffected people, some of them are just plain bad people, I wouldn’t want to make them martyrs.”

* Why not, Peter? If they wanna be ‘martyr’s’ why don’t we help them along?

Read it all

Al Guardian turned Animal Farm: The Swine are in Charge


* Just confirmed by the David Thopson blog. He took a closer look and exposes the infiltration of the Muslim brotherhood and its alliance with the loony left:

* “One has to wonder how contempt for pluralism and free speech, along with the theological mandate of arbitrary murder, have become such obvious causes for a ‘progressive’ newspaper. Granted, the Brotherhood shares with much of the left a hatred of U.S. ‘imperialism’, which is, allegedly, the cause of all evil in the world. Though, again, I’m not sure how these anti-imperial credentials sit with the slogan that still adorns the Brotherhood’s literature and website: ‘Islam will dominate the world’…” (Old commies just don’t differentiate amongst the downtrodden masses in their religious zeal to destroy the western system)

* the Brotherhood’s president, Muhammad Mehdi Akef, who last year told the Egyptian newspaper al-Arabi: “Islam will invade Europe and America because Islam has a mission.” Speaking in December, Mehdi described the Holocaust as “a myth” and insisted that, when in power, the Brotherhood would not recognise Israel, whose demise he “expected soon. (Hmm, where did I hear that one before?)


*Anas Altikriti – whose father happens to be the head of the Iraqi Muslim Brotherhood – warned of “catastrophic consequences” if the right continued to “smear and demonise” Islam. That these “smears” are very often statements of fact passed without comment. And labeling as “rightwing” anyone who asks inconvenient questions is itself a form of demonisation, if only to Guardian readers.


Here’s the link:

Waleed Aly: Australia’s very own clone of Tariq Ramadan

Just in case you don’t know who Tariq Ramadan is: He is the grandson of the founder of the muslim brotherhood, Hassan al Banna.


The Nazi Roots of Palestinian Jihad

Daniel Pipes comments on Frere Tariq:


Waleed Aly is Australia’s very own clone of Tariq Ramadan. Slick and oily, he appears to be less primitive than Sheik Al Hilali or Sheik Omran or Feiz Mohammed.

As an indefatigable Da’wa-doctor, he is also a a master of kitman and taqiyya. On several occasions he was exposed as a disgusting hypocrite and bigot, and that puts him right in the spot where he belongs.

The Age, Australia’s version of the British rag Al Guardian, provides him with a forum for Islamic propaganda, which he eagerly abuses to advance Islamic causes and to smear those who expose the Islamic agenda.

Here he tells us about the ‘humanity of muslims’ in Rwanda that saved Hutu’s and Tutsi’s, who are now converting in droves to Islam. Then he’s spinning equivalence about the mafia and some Greek commies who shot a rocket into the American embassy last month. The Muhammedan thugs who paralyse France are ‘the children of North African migrants who rioted in Paris in 2005’- and he attacks Bat Y’eor, Daniel Pipes and of course Professor Raphael Israeli who just warned against having more like him.

‘Dehumanization’ causes jihad, he sez, and that is ‘very dangerous…’

Here’s your man in The Age:


Hatred in a head count
RWANDAN Muslims were once held in low esteem. They were traders in a land where farmers held prestige. Moreover they were socially and politically negligible, constituting roughly 5 per cent of the population, and largely confined to the unspectacular neighbourhood of Kigali. Then came the genocide of 1994 in which tribal violence between Hutus and Tutsis claimed 800,000 lives.

Churches became slaughterhouses. Some brave priests and nuns lost their lives trying to resist the genocide. Many others were complicit. Hutu Catholic pastors offered refuge to Tutsis, only to surrender them to Hutu death squads who massacred them in the pews, and even at the altar.

Meanwhile, Kigali was a sanctuary. Muslims, both Hutu and Tutsi, resolved that they would stand against the genocide. When Hutu militias surrounded the neighbourhood, Hutu Muslims refused to co-operate. They hid Tutsis — Muslim and Christian — in their homes and in their mosques. Now, Islam in Rwanda is booming. Masses of Christians, incapable of returning to the churches in which their families were slaughtered, sickened at the thought of praying next to those who massacred them and listening to priests who sanctioned it, have converted to Islam. Today, Muslims constitute around 15 per cent of the population.

* Fairytales or wishful thinking, Aly? Any evidence? Hmm, guess we’ll have to take your word for it. Unfortunately the word of a Muhammedan doesn’t count for much…

If we are to listen to visiting Israeli professor Raphael Israeli, Rwanda must now be heading for disaster. “When the Muslim population gets to a critical mass you have problems,” he contributed last week. For this, we are told the archetypal exhibit is France, where, thanks to a 10 per cent Muslim minority, “French people say they are strangers in their own country”. Violence flows from sizeable Muslim minorities as surely as breathing, apparently. But “if there is only 1 or 2 per cent they don’t dare to do it … they are drowned in the environment of non-Muslims and are better behaved”.

Sometimes a statement is so manifestly boneheaded it is difficult to know whether or not it is worthy of a response. So it is with Israeli’s unsolicited social commentary. “Greeks or Italians or Jews don’t use violence,” he blundered, as though the Mafia had never existed, and Revolutionary Struggle, an active Greek terrorist group, had not claimed responsibility for bombing the US embassy in Athens last month. Israeli either forgets or omits Dr Robert J. Goldstein, the American Jew convicted for plotting to blow up a Muslim educational centre with the stated aim being to “Kill all ‘rags’ — ZERO residual presence — maximum effect”. The capitals are Goldstein’s.

* Yes of course, Aly. You forgot to mention the KKK, the abortion clinic bombers and Tim McVeigh…

But stupidity can sometimes be dangerous, and one suspects Israeli’s comments are a case in point. Federal Liberal MP Bruce Baird was moved to issue a strong press release, denouncing them as “racist” and “obscene”. The Australia/Israel Jewish Affairs Council saw fit to repudiate them and cancel planned events featuring Israeli. The NSW Jewish Board of Deputies was more equivocal. It denounced the remarks on Friday, but the next day defended them in a letter to The Sydney Morning Herald, claiming Israeli had been misunderstood, Hilali-style.

* Right Aly, how do these pesky Jooozzz dare to apply Hilali-tactics. Did you expect them to come out leading the charge against the Muhammedan invasion?

Israeli’s comments matter because they are not as marginal as they are mad. His latest book, The Third Islamic Invasion of Europe, argues that an increasing Muslim demographic in Europe threatens that continent’s political and cultural integrity. “Every European with a right mind has every reason to be frightened,” he told The Jerusalem Post in January. This is an unoriginal appropriation of the “Eurabia” conspiracy thesis of Jewish writer Bat Ye’or: that Europe is evolving into a post-Judeo-Christian civilisation increasingly subjugated to the jihadi ideology of Muslim migrants.

In Europe, prominent intellectuals such as the historian Martin Gilbert have given this theory enthusiastic endorsement. In the US, it enjoys the ardent advocacy of public figures like Daniel Pipes, who has argued that the US should consider the internment of American Muslims as an option in the war on terror. Pipes is regularly consulted as an “expert” on Islam and Muslims, and was recently hosted in Australia by the Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council.

* Gee Aly, a kuffar can’t possibly be an ‘expert’ on Islam, you have to be a member of the cult in order to understand it. Where did I hear that one before?

The fundamental danger at the heart of this discourse is that it is incapable of understanding Muslims as human beings. Every nuance of human psychology to which we refer when understanding criminal or antisocial behaviour is suddenly deemed irrelevant.

* Ah yes: The ‘humanity’ of Muslims! On display in 30+ jihad-theaters daily around the world! Aly, I’m starting to feel real fuzzy already!

Thus, the children of North African migrants who rioted in Paris in 2005 are understood solely as expressing their religious bigotry. Forget that the religiosity of these communities is almost non-existent. Forget that their ghettoes have formed over generations of unemployment and assimilationist exclusion from French society. The Muslim identity of the culprit explains all. They are equated with the London bombers, although their story has more in common with that of the Macquarie Fields riots that erupted in Sydney in 2005.

* ‘The children’ are grown men, Aly. I saw them with my own eyes. They are the soldiers of Allah. I heard them shouting ‘Allahu akbar’ when they were smashing up shops and cars and when they burned buses and businesses.

Such dehumanisation can be deadly. Bruce Baird asserted that Israeli exhibits “the same ideology that has underpinned the thousands of years of hatred targeted at Professor Israeli’s people, culminating in the Holocaust just 65 years ago”. That is not as far-fetched as it sounds. When you deprive people of their humanity, anything is possible. Today, we have Efraim Eitam, an MP in Israel’s National Union-National Religious Party bloc, demanding the “ethnic cleansing” of Palestinians in the West Bank. We have Rabbi Yousef Falay, who last year recommended that Israeli troops kill all Palestinian males over the age of 13 to ensure “no Palestinian individual remains under our occupation”.

* ‘Dangerous and Deadly’ Aly? Are you threatening your host country? ‘Thousands of years of hatred?’ Now where did that come from? Nah, don’t tell me: Could it be from the Koran where the Jooozzz are depicted as the ‘sons of monkeys and swine’ and ‘the vilest of creatures?

Yeah, tell me more Aly. I would like to know a little more about that hatred and where that comes from.

Israeli would probably repudiate such views. What may not occur to him and his supporters is that he gives them their foundation.

* Self-preservation is the first priority of any human being, Wally. What’s your message? You telling us to go back to sleep and don’t rock the boat?

Well, those who read the Age might just fall for it…


* Uhh, look what have we here: A letter from professor Israeli himself. Lets see what he has to say, shall we? 

Robbers of Reputation

By Raphael Israeli

We can do no better than to seek the insights of Shakespeare if we want to truly understand the importance of a man’s reputation. In Othello, Iago says to the Moor that he who steals his purse steals trash, but he who robs him of his good name makes him poor indeed.

I was invited to Australia as scholar-in-residence at The Shalom Institute because of my carefully built reputation over a lifetime as an academic, an author and a man who is cautious with his statements, but who bases his conclusions on the reflection of the meaning of data.

My books have been published throughout the world. I guard my reputation jealously through hard work and meticulous research. Yet the Australian Jewish News’ misrepresentation of remarks attributed to me has endangered my reputation, and now I am portrayed as a racist and an extremist.

But worse, much worse, than this is the way in which some of those who invited me to this country, and other Jewish community leaders have sought to distance themselves from me. When interviewed by media about my alleged remarks, some  community leaders didn’t ask whether or nor I’d been misquoted or misrepresented, but simply denied me thrice, telling the world that they vehemently disagreed with me and my statements. They were obviously more concerned about any damage that might be done to the reputation of the Jewish community, or to their relationship with the Islamic community, than they were about the truth.

So let me explain what happened when I was interviewed by the Australian Jewish News’ journalist. He wanted to speak to me, because I’m a Professor of Middle East Studies at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and I have written a number of books about Muslim communities. My next book is about the Third Islamic Invasion of Europe.  (the first was the Arab conquest of Spain and Portugal; the second was the Ottoman invasion in the 16th Century; and the third is happening today with unchecked immigration and virulent Imams whipping up anti-Western sentiment and antisemitism).

The journalist asked me whether European nations should limit Muslim immigration, bearing in mind that France is now 10% Muslim and this is a pattern being followed in other nations. I said that limitation of unchecked immigration was becoming part of European policy. He asked whether this should be the case in Australia. I said that it should be the case where-ever Muslim immigration causes a problem. He pressed me. “Should Australia limit Muslim immigration?” and I replied, “Yes, if it’s a problem”.

Suddenly, having stated precisely what your Prime Minister and Treasurer have already said, and what is happening in a number of nations, I am branded a racist, an extremist, and a purveyor of hatred.

I am old and savvy enough to know the danger of reckless statements. But it is difficult to protect oneself against the misrepresentation of one’s words, not in their substance but in their context and in the fashion they were extracted from me, when they become a front page story, regardless of the damage to a man’s reputation.

What distressed me to my very core, however, was the way in which the Jewish Board of Deputies rushed to defend their reputations in the media, making  damaging statements about me and cancelling my many speaking engagements without doing me the courtesy of checking  thus depriving audiences in Australia and New Zealand of any insights I might have been able to share concerning my research into the question which is uppermost in Jewish Australians’ minds.

Guarding the reputation of the Australian Jewish community is of great importance; but so is dealing in the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. I have been denied the support of my fellow Jews, on which I should have been able to rely. And worst of all, this incident is being viewed and considered around the Jewish world by those who might follow in my footsteps, and Jewish Australia’s reputation has been sadly diminished.