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Friday, 19 November 2010

Why Rebbe Schneerson Hates Islam?

This interview with Rebbe Menachem Schneerson, in 1980 for the radio station, Kol Yisrael, by broadcaster, Motti Eden, exposes to the world the mental, moral and spiritual degradation reflected in the way of thinking, and mode of operating of Jewish-zionist occupiers.
The “highly respected” , “world renowned” Rebbe, explains with anguish and grief how their methods of bribery and moral corruption ceased to work with Palestinian Muslims.
How dare Palestinians “break the heart” of the Talmudic Rebbe and not accept his bribery?
Have they no feelings?
How dare they refuse his enticement money and sexual inducement?
How dare they become more passionate about their faith?
How dare they become more zealous about their independent?
How dare they endure their trauma with dignity and continue to give and sacrifice?

http://www.crownheights.info/index.php/index.php?itemid=30072






Quote:
“according to the intelligence I have from Washington – where intelligence is gathered from all over the world- the situation is most extremely grave. For two reasons: there is a trend growing daily amongst the Arabs…
thirty or forty years ago, for just a few Liras, or just a few Dollars, it was possible to bribe the most senior Arab sheik. How much the more so the younger ones; and the younger ones obeyed – they did nothing on their own, without asking the sheik.
You could bribe him with a car, or the like, and he would do any thing you wanted.
Now the situation has changed to the opposite extreme. They young generation of Arabs are more fantastical and more zealous for religion, for independence, than all the sheiks, more than any in that generation.
The younger the Arab, the more zealous he is. And he can’t be bought- not with money, nor with honor. For him, this is Allah, and this is his self-sacrifice- there is nothing more glorified in his eyes than this.
Painfully and unfortunately, with respect to our own Jewish youth, the direction is just the opposite.”
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