Arab writer admits to Arab Islamic apartheid in ALL Arab nations
Abdulateef al-Mulhim, writing for Arab News, starts off with the infamous racist-Arab “apartheid” slur Israel-bashing, invented by the henchman/spokesperson of Hitler’s pal the Mufti al-Husseini, Ahmad Shukairy in 1961, who called to ‘throw the Jews into the sea,’ and identified himself with Nazis in Argentina in 1962. A systematic categorization so unfairly of any defensive measure — against those wishing to annihilate it — as something negative, despite favoritism in court, in employment policies, democratic Israel applies to its (more than) equally rights, Arabs. It has been used ever since, by all Arab Islamic entities, who practice real apartheid against any ‘other’ group in its midst.
Then, he repeats another Arabist lie, that the Pan-Arabism was simply about “unity”, despite admission from the inventors of the idea to be openly racist and influenced by European fascism, then by German Nazism. Sami al-Jundi: “We were racists, admiring Nazism, reading its books and the source …” Minorities such as Coptic Christians, Berbers, Jews and others, felt immediately the wrath of the racist movement. The Arab league has been accused of being racist to all non-Arabs. No wonder some have branded the Arab League as a kind of KKK. Some of the champions of pan-Arabism: WW2′s Nazi-Arab Mufti al-Husseini; Butcher Saddam Hussein; Butcher Muammar Qaddafi; Genocidal Butcher Omar al-Bashir; Butcher (Hafez al-) Assad father; Butcher (Bashar al-) Assad son…
The Arab League is infamous for being
tacist anti all non-Arabs. Or as writer calls it “racist Arabist.”* No wonder the Arab League has been compared to the KKK *
Berber leader in 2007: “There Is No Worse Colonialism Than That of the Pan-Arabist Clan that Wants to Dominate Our People.”
Thus, the following quoted text is more of the valid points, less of the crappy part… Just be wary of his “Arab unity” terminology.
Arab Spring and the hidden apartheid
By ABDULATEEF AL-MULHIM
Arab News, Feb 21, 2012 03:04
The Arabs used it against the Israelis in the media wars to get more world sympathy for the Palestinians. However, we used it to cover up the underlying prejudices that exist in the Arab world.
But, we in the Arab world don’t make it systematic or draft an obvious law endorsing racial discrimination. The Arab world practices it but not in writing, because then it is easier for us to deny the presence of prejudice.
When I speak about the Arab world, I am referring to 22 countries that have religion and language in common, but are also very different. The Arab unity idea …
But all efforts failed to unite the Arabs this way. So what was the reason for failing to unite the Arabs? And why do we see a constant unrest and mistrust amongst us? And why did the Arab Spring spread from one Arab country to another?
Arab countries are the furthest from being homogenized. There are so much differences even within each country, and there is an invisible apartheid in each Arab country.
In the past, the Arab countries accepted the presence of different faiths among them. Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq, Morocco and Tunisia were the most tolerant Arab nations. In the past, it was common to see Christians, Jews and other faiths living side by side their Arab-Muslim neighbors.
Now, the Arab world has the worst cases of prejudice against anyone who thinks differently from them. In Libya, Ben Ghazi in the east was not on good terms with Tripoli in the west. Iraq has the Sunnis in the middle, Shiites in the south, Kurds in the north and other ethnic minorities. Lebanon, which was once called the Switzerland of the Middle East fell victim to sectarian divides — Druze, Christians, Sunnis and Shiites. Even the rich Gulf states have people called Bidoon or (stateless). And those stateless were born and raised in these rich Gulf states.
Each Arab country had a lot of opportunities to melt its own people in the same social pot. However, it was the mistrust and social divide that made every governing body trust only its own people or tribe. And each ruling faction would use the security issue to mistreat other segments of the society.
Later on, when something goes wrong, they accuse the foreign hands of stirring unrest and never blame the injustice of the system. During these periods of oppression, the finest brains usually head West and the ones who stay behind don’t participate in the development of the country. They isolate themselves and keep their anger to themselves.
And when the situation becomes unbearable and justice is lost, then, you see Arab masses taking the matters to the streets. And at that stage, the invisible Arab apartheid becomes visible……let us be frank, what do you call air raids by some Arab countries’ air force against the civilian citizens of their country? If this is not apartheid, then, what is apartheid? When you see Syrian tanks shelling entire neighborhoods of Syrian towns, then, this is apartheid at its worst form. The Arab Spring was not a surprise.
It was only a matter of time. When you have poverty, prejudice, no social equality, no justice, a bad education system and a hidden form of apartheid, then, why are we surprised to see the people take matters into their own hands?
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