Posts Tagged ‘Lord Moyne’

1945 Article: “Lord Moyne Taught Arabs Racism”

February 23, 2012

Moyne Taught Arabs Racism, Says Prof. Yehuda
Canadian Jewish Chronicle – Feb 2, 1945

NEW YORK, (JPS) – Charges that the late Lord Moyne, British Resident Minister in the Middle East, employed Nazi racial theories to arouse Arab opposition to Jewish immigration into Palestine, are endorsed by Professor A. S. Yehuda of the New School for Social Research, in a letter to the New York Herald Tribune. The charges were first implied by Eliahu Hakim and Ephraim Ben Zuri, slayers of Lord Moyne, during their trial in Cairo.

Declaring that as Colonial Secretary in 1942 Lord Moyne told the House of Lords that “to the Arabs the Jews are not only alien in culture but in blood,” Professor Yahuda writes: this attitude is typical of the tactics of all antiSemites who based their anti- Jewish campaigns on the view that Jews were Semites and hence had no claims to equal rights with European people. The Jews were constantly told: ‘Go to Palestine, whence you came and then join the Arabs to whom you belong as Semites.’ This the Jews were told so long as Palestine was closed to them; but now that fifty-two nations have pledged to open Palestine to them, the Arabs are told that the Jews are not Semites but mixed with Armenians and Slavs and that they cannot be expected to be favored by the Arabs as Kinsmen.
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=jP9OAAAAIBAJ&sjid=dUwDAAAAIBAJ&pg=2659,3267399

Conclusion:

1.) Lord Moyne was no “innocent” victim to be eiminated. (Asides from cruelly oppressing Zionists activists).

2.) The “Khazar” myth (the lie which was “hit” with the recent DNA revelations refuting it as well) was evolved following Moyne “theory.” Though his and the Khazaria fantasies are two different things and theories, but you don’t have to make sense in order to hate, anyhow.

3.) Anti-Semites are not only senseless but also contradict themselves, as they “adjust” their statements, pick out and choose, and “edit” to “fit” to be appropriate, to the respective situation.

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