Palestine’s Shaykh Raed Salah was due to speak at a meeting of pro-Palestinian MPs in the House of Commons. Instead, he was taken to Paddington Green Police station to be deported out of the UK after a pro-Israeli MP accused him of anti-Semitism (without any evidence).
Zionist Rabbi Dov Lior (and many of Israel’s war criminal army commanders) have come and gone through the UK borders with ease.
Rabbi Dov Lior was wanted for questioning after he endorsed the controversial book “Torat Hamelech,” which justifies the killing of non-Jews. Here’s an extract from his book, The King’s Torah:
The prohibition ‘Thou Shalt Not Murder’ applies only “to a Jew who kills a Jew,” write Rabbis Yitzhak Shapira and Yosef Elitzur of the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar. Non-Jews are “uncompassionate by nature” and attacks on them “curb their evil inclination,” while babies and children of Israel’s enemies may be killed since “it is clear that they will grow to harm us.”
I know what you’re thinking, this must be a lone nutcase rabbi in Israel, who calls for such actions, yet Israel’s two chief rabbis, Yona Metzger and Shlomo Amar, yesterday released a joint statement decrying “the severe damage to the dignity of an important rabbi and rabbinic judge, one of Israel’s greatest rabbis.”
Zionist Rabbi Dov Lior endorses a book which justifies the killing of non Jews, yet his arrest is condemned by Israels two chief Rabbis?
It probably makes them feel better about the Palestinians they murder everyday.
Understand, that taking a non-violent, political path is one that is the correct way to go. Yet, also understand this, the pro israeli zionist machine has a 100 year head start on us, and they will use their ideologically brainwashed minions sitting here in the UK to do their bidding.
This is why the Gandhi of Palestine, Shaykh Raed Salah gets locked up, and israeli war criminals and those that blatantly misuse their religion to justify genocide get to walk around scot free.
Muslims in the UK, by getting politically active, you have the chance to shape a better, more just future for those who are oppressed in Palestine.
When will you get you involved?