Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Watching Angry Arab

According to the professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus and visiting professor at UC, Berkeley, Daniel Barenboim is an irredeemable war criminal. Why?

Here is the answer:

"Can an Israeli redeem himself/herself?

I am often asked that question since I adhere to boycott of all things Israeli. The answer is yes provided 1) the person refuses to serve in the Army or the intelligence service of the state as part of military service; 2) the person must leave the house he/she occupies and the land on which he/she stands on because chances are the house is occupied, in the literal sense, and the land is occupied, in the literal sense; 3) the person must engage in armed struggle against the terrorist state of Israel. If an Israeli person fulfills those conditions, he/she should be acceptable from a pro-Palestinian point of view. So by my definition, Daniel Barenboim has not met any of those conditions.

PS Playing a musical instrument before a Palestinian audience does not qualify--not even if the instrument is Dirbakka."

Reflected in the passage I highlighted in red are the conditions this particular Arab -- who can serve as an representative example of the mindset in the fabled and much feared Arab Street -- is the kind of peace envisaged by Arabs (and their supporters) when they speak of peace in the Middle East: Israeli Jews disarmed of their weapons, becoming defenceless, ethnically cleansed and mass massacred.

In other words, Israel must commit geno-suicide.

The professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus and visiting professor at UC, Berkeley yearns for the days when Jews were kept in their place as dhimmi in the medieval Muslim Khalifate. The question uppermost on my mind is; how come such a person gets to be a professor of political science at California State University, Stanislaus and visiting professor at UC, Berkeley? And how come he gets to propagate such fondness for genocide in universities and in front of students' bodies?

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