10 thoughts on “Israeli-American Breitbart Reporter Conspired to Bribe Lawyer During Roy Moore Campaign – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. The Washington Post investigation into the bribe is intriguing, but this seedy incident has absolutely nothing to do with the State of Israel. Right?

    1. @ Doctor John: Nothing to do with Israel except that Aaron Klein has made a living off creepy, disgusting Islamophobia in the pages of the Murdoch tabloids like the Daily News. Islamophobia mirrored in Israeli Jewish politics & society. And that he’s made his home in Israel, where his hate is only reinforced. So no, it has nothing to do with Israel except all these matters.

      1. Israeli Jews may hate or mistrust Arabs, but that doesn’t necessarily translate into ‘Islamophobia’, which seems to be a Western construct.

        I recall watching an Arab labourer laying down his prayer rug and praying in front of the entrance to a busy Israeli mall. Dozens of Israeli Jews walked past the Arab and none gave him so much as a glance.

        Now imagine the reaction if a Muslim started to kneel and pray in front of an American mall.

        Recall that, Jewish scholars were among the first who attempted to present Islam to Europeans and to stress, and sometimes to romanticize, the merits and achievements of Muslim civilization in its great days.

        According to Bernard Lewis, “Jewish scholars brought up in the Jewish religion and trained in the Hebrew language found Islam and Arabic far easier to understand than did their Christian colleagues…”
        “Jewish scholars like Gustav Weil, Ignaz Goldziher, and others played a key role in the development of an objective, nonpolemical, and positive evaluation of Islamic civilization.”

        Had any of the founders of Zionism or the State of Israel made disparaging remarks against Islam?
        I don’t believe they did.

        1. @ Doctor John:

          Israeli Jews may hate or mistrust Arabs, but that doesn’t necessarily translate into ‘Islamophobia’,

          Nonsense, I don’t care whether you call it “Arabophobia” or “Islamophobia.” It is racist and it is typically Israeli. Claiming this is a “western construct” is bullshit. Especially since Israelis are oh so eager to consider themselves “western,” as opposed to the backward “east” represented by Arabs.

          I recall watching an Arab labourer laying down his prayer rug and praying in front of the entrance to a busy Israeli mall. Dozens of Israeli Jews walked past the Arab and none gave him so much as a glance.

          I do so love the anecdotes hasbaroids offer here which they use to claim universal Israeli values, which don’t exist.

          Now imagine the reaction if a Muslim started to kneel and pray in front of an American mall.

          You and I both know that extremely few Muslims pray in front of Israeli malls. They pray largely in mosques, the same places American Muslims pray. But we do have a similar problem your Israeli pals have who desecrate mosques, burn them, the holy books and desecrate graves. Not to mention Israeli developers who destroy sacred Muslim graveyards. We have our Islamophobes as well who do similar things. Birds of a feather…

          According to Bernard Lewis

          Why is it that you idiots always bring up Bernard Lewis as if he was God’s gift to the west in his propagation of an Orientalist version of Islam. He offers a Reader’s Digest version of Islam. Stop quoting him. It only makes you look foolish.

          Had any of the founders of Zionism or the State of Israel made disparaging remarks against Islam?

          Why do you make a false distinction between Islam and Arabness. You know virtually all the founders of Zionism hated Arabs and saw them as competitors and enemies.

          I don’t have the patience to debate you any further. You are done in this thread. Move on.

          You published four comments in only a few hours time. The next time you do this I will delete any more than three comments in any 24 hour period. Or I may just ban you outright since you’ve received multiple warnings already.

      2. “I recall watching an Arab labourer laying down his prayer rug and praying in front of the entrance to a busy Israeli mall. Dozens of Israeli Jews walked past the Arab and none gave him so much as a glance.”

        Well duh: You go to their country, so you cannot really be surprised at the local customs. That would be a bit rich!

        Islam and Judaism are close. Much closer than either is with Christianity. The antagonism started with the violent creation of modern Israel.

    1. @ Dr. John: He lives in Israel and his hate is amplified by similar patterns of hate throughout Israel. Not to mention that his employer is not only Islamophobic and corrupt, but supports the hell out of Israel. You don’t have to be a citizen of Israel to mirror the hatreds prevalent in Israeli Jewish society.

      1. Richard, here you have really hurt your own credibility. A screaming headline “Israeli-American”, when Klein is no more Israeli than is the NY Times or Al Jazeera bureau reporter living in Israel. You use it as a slur, just admit it, to refer to right wing Zionist Jews, that cabal of evil corrupt and powerful people who control everything. Look how low those Zionists, orchestrated by the Zionist regime, will sink…

        But come to think of it, this whole blog, and the comments, is about trolling, isn’t it?
        Throw out provocative and misleading stories, then watch the nasty comments roll in from all sides
        Lots of fun, isn’t it??
        But not very educational.

        1. @ Yehuda:

          Richard, here you have really hurt your own credibility.

          Says who? You? And who made you my judge & jury? If I need someone to judge my credibility I won’t be turning to you.

          Klein is no more Israeli than is the NY Times or Al Jazeera bureau reporter living in Israel.

          Not true. He has been living in Israel for years, if not decades. His views are Israeli. His ideology and prejudices are Israeli. He writes from and about Israel.

          You use it as a slur

          I’ve never used “Israeli” as a slur. But I did in the article associate him with Israeli ideology and political views I find objectionable. That’s not a slur. That’s a fact.

          right wing Zionist Jews, that cabal of evil corrupt and powerful people who control everything.

          You are already moderated. Because this statement is grossly insulting, a lie, & a major comment rule violation, you are now banned.

          Look how low those Zionists, orchestrated by the Zionist regime, will sink…

          I am a Zionist, you moron.

          this whole blog, and the comments, is about trolling, isn’t it?

          Rather, I think you’re the troll.

          Don’t let the door hit you on the way out…

    2. ‘@Richard

      According to an interview Klein had with the Philadelphia Inquirer, Klein is not a citizen of Israel.
      So, what gives?’

      Okay, this is a low blow, but…

      I’m reminded that Hitler’s claim to German citizenship was problematical. It all required some legalistic games around 1932.

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