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Douglas Murray Dreams of Hook-Nosed Muslims Killing Each Other

Hook Nosed Muslims

 

 

 

 

 

 

by Ilisha

Divide and rule has always been a successful strategy, and from the perspective of those who wish to destroy Islam and weaken Muslim-majority states, what could be better than a full-blown sectarian war between Muslims?

No wonder anti-Muslim neoconservative Douglas Murray is promoting the notion of a decades-long conflict between Muslims, in an article in the Spectator entitled, “Iran, Saudi Arabia, and the Middle East’s 30 year war.” His gleeful predictions of Armageddon are as much wishful thinking as they are an accurate reporting of Middle Eastern dynamics.

Murray has plenty of incentive to promote sectarian conflict, both to demonize and destroy Muslims, as outlined bluntly by fellow hatemonger, “Hugh Fitzgerald,” in one of his many paranoid rants:

We should welcome, and do nothing to discourage, the sectarian conflict between Sunnis and Shi’a in Iraq, and recognize that the aggression and violence, and inability to compromise, that one now notices, is a result of what Islam does – for the Qur’an, the Hadith, the Sira are full of violence…

…Arabs against Kurds or Berbers or black Africans in Darfur, or Sunni Arabs against Shi’a Arabs, or Sunni Pakistanis against Shi’a Pakistanis. That’s not to be deplored. That’s to be observed, and its workings out regarded with grim satisfaction. 

Grim satisfaction indeed.

In case there are any lingering doubts about his nasty agenda, Douglas Murray’s article features an image that could easily be recycled antisemitic propaganda from the Nazi era. Two apparent “Muslims” trade menacing glares, each clad in their respective stereotypical Iranian and Saudi garb. Hook-nose-to-hook-nose, each holds a weapon to the other’s throat.

Muslims poised to kill one another, and save their enemies the trouble. This is the dream of anti-Muslim bigots everywhere, now depicted in crude, brightly-colored caricature.

Could Murray’s contempt for Muslims be made any more apparent?

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  • The greenmantle

    Also it occurs to me swarthy gentleman , hook nose , beard.
    They are really talking about the Rev Deacon Robert Spencer !

    Sir David

  • Solid Snake

    I say they can have that one, the game was another generic clone of modern shooters. Didnt even pick it up, and unlike Battlefield 4 it doesn’t offer a robust and entertaining Multiplayer mode to offer the bland Campaign.

    But that’s interesting. I didn’t know it was the Islamophobe lobby. I always thought that it was just regular outrage from the general public, after all this is a society that worships warriors and anything perceived to be negative towards their warriors is immediately attacked.

  • Christian-Friend

    Calling a religion satanic is bigotry, no matter how you spin it.

  • http://timothywcrane.blogspot.com/ Timothy W. Crane

    Technically, it is more complicated that that as some forces aligned against the Taliban played a part in the revolt against Soviet incursion, and others now aligned with the US sympathized and even considered themselves “comrades”, and some “just grow dope and support who supports them”

  • http://www.loonwatch.com/ Ilisha

    I closed the thread because it is stale. We do that. It’s not about you.

    Obviously, you can comment on other threads. And have.

    Get this… I’m no more a bigot than you muslims.

    All Muslims? Because Muslims are ALL exactly the same, right?

    Q: Are you Sunni or Shiite?

    I never said I was a Muslim at all. In any case, what’s the point of asking this question?

  • sumsrent

    There ya go IIisha… encourage off topic discussions…
    PS… Don’t think I’m offended by you implying I’m a bigot… or shutting down comments so I can’t reply to you… it is your site after all… aye?
    Get this… I’m no more a bigot than you muslims.
    Q: Are you Sunni or Shiite?

  • Tanveer Khan

    They are the ones that assist with combat training of local mujahideen (90s) or anti-mujahadeen (2000s)
    Amazing how the situation can change so quickly within 10 years XD

    They’ve removed the bold option it seems : -(

  • Tanveer Khan

    I kinda guessed it would be something like that…. I just called it as I saw it. Taliban and Americans.

  • http://timothywcrane.blogspot.com/ Timothy W. Crane

    The guys with beards in Afghanistan are special forces or CIA. They are the ones that assist with combat training of local mujahideen (90s) or anti-mujahadeen (2000s) forces as well as go on combat missions outside of formation or have specific contact with local “unaligned entities” such as village elders, who see shaven men as “artificially effeminate youths” and will not talk business with them. Others might not shave, but it is against policy. In case of getting hurt or death, most carry razor and cream so a buddy can “do the honors” before being shipped off to the paper pushers.

  • http://timothywcrane.blogspot.com/ Timothy W. Crane

    And what is mainstream Islam? Every school of thought in the religion of Islam considers the beard as either meritorious or required unless there are other considerations, and Jassar told me so isn’t one of them.

    Christians are not required to wear cross necklaces or crucifixes, but they are allowed.

  • Laila Muhammad

    675000 american judeo christians perished in the u.s. civil war in 1865….imagine the next one

  • Chameleon_X

    Excellent posts, Timothy — this one and several others you have put up here recently. Anonymous opinions, which tend to dominate any online forum, are worthless, but thoughtful posts rich in facts and logic like yours are quite valuable. I hope you stick around.

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