Islamic antisemitism: “As soon as I found out that they were Jewish, I had this sudden urge to push them all out of the train”
The ex-Muslim who blogs over at Liberated continues her explorations of Islamic antisemitism:
I have an Egyptian colleague who recently went on a trip to Europe with his family. During one of the train journeys, his 7-year-old daughter got friendly with a similar aged American girl on the train, and then both the parents also introduced themselves since they had a few hours more to go. After a few minutes of casual conversation, my colleague found out that they were Jewish Americans. According to his own admission, he said “Shakila, as soon as I found out that they were Jewish, I had this sudden urge to push them all out of the train”. To say that I was shocked beyond belief is an understatement. I just asked him, “Why, Ahmed? Were they not nice people?” To that he replied: “They seemed nice in the beginning before I found out their true identity, but once I did, I just could continue making idle conversation with them, nor could I let my daughter play with their girl, so I just pulled my wife and kids away from them and moved to a different compartment of the train.” So as you can see, this is the kind of hatred that many Muslims, especially the Arabs, harbor in their hearts against the Jews. Why do they despise them so much that they don”t even recognize them as human beings? Well, of course, the answer lies in the book of all evils, the Holy Quran”¦ Here is a snapshot of what the revered & sacred book of the Muslims says about their worst enemies.