How a Bassem Youssef tweet revealed the extent of anti-Semitism in the Middle East

How a Bassem Youssef tweet revealed the extent of anti-Semitism in the Middle East
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This article has incorrect information about the Quran and the prophet Mohammad pbuh. Jews were cursed in the Quran and as for rain not coming until jews prayed with the prophet.. Uhm where did you get that from? The prophet of God does not need jews to get rain! Whatever anti-smitism exists in the arab world, an equal anti-semitism against arabs exist among jews who make up millions of lies against arabs and muslims so they shouldnt complain without admitting their own hatred. Not to forget the fact that zionism lives on anti-semitism.

Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 04/24/2014 - 23:11

....Israel (not Jews) and what it stands for the Arabs as an enemy as well as bassem's youssef ridiculously underestimating the people's minds triggered the attack not the Jews..and the fact that all your accusations came down to antisemitism, religion and the prophets shows just how much enclosed on yourselves as Israel and Jews you still are ...... As for the language again that has more to it from political interference, financing terrorism in Egypt, attacking Sinai by Hamas from gaza(and we all know Hamas is tamed to Israel goals) and last sabotaging Egypt in every possible
way in the media ...... Be objective and step out of the Jew Muslim show biz and people might actually hear ....

Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 04/22/2014 - 06:13

Anti semitism in Arab countries. What happened to the nazi alliance with the grand mufti and promising colonial Arab nations freedom from Britain if they only had a peace pact with the nazi's and also, after world war 2, how many nazi Jew haters fled to Arab countries and helped develop these countries technology. Assad loved nazis. The piece was well researched, but a more comprehensive article would have noted that Jew hatred was

Oshah (not verified) Sat, 04/19/2014 - 19:05

Does the fault not lie with the propaganda and disregard for basic premises of human rights and equality? Racism is implicit in so much rhetoric in the world, it is time that the spotlight is shone on those who have the pulpit.

Dan74 from Melbourne, Australia (not verified) Mon, 04/14/2014 - 08:48

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