I can’t stop laughing.
“From Saudi Newspaper: ‘Jihad Watch [Spreads] Nazi Propaganda in order to Link Islam with Terrorism,” from Translating Jihad, May 13:
This article, published in the Saudi newspaper Dar al-Hayat on 30 April, is a response to Robert Spencer’s “See No Qur’an, Hear No Qur’an,” published on 16 April in Frontpage Magazine. The author takes issue with Spencer’s complaint about the Associate Press coverage of an incident in Chicago where a Muslim man killed his family. In the AP piece, nothing was said about Islam, only that he killed them because “voices” told him to. However, in a piece in the Chicago Tribune, it was reported that he had killed them because the Qur’an told him to, and they weren’t religious enough.
Eyes and Ears (Enough to Provoke a Response)
29 Apr 2010
There is an American website through which American Likud Jews, the enemies of Arabs and Muslims, as well as supporters of the criminal state of thieves, which is called Israel, operate. Among its work is something called “Jihad Watch,” which conjures up anything it can exploit to spread Nazi propaganda in order to link Islam with terrorism and extremism in people’s minds. […]
The site recently published what was written by the Likud anti-Christ, Robert Spencer, with the title, “See No Qur’an, Hear No Qur’an…” The title was taken from a 2500-year-old Chinese admonition on good manners, which is, “Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil.” It is usually depicted by the image of three monkeys, one of them placing his hands over his ears, the second over his mouth, and the third over his eyes.
Thus the site publishes a headline placing the Qur’an in the place of evil and monkeys….
Yikes! If I had put the Jews in the place of evil and monkeys, that would have been just fine with Dar al-Hayat. After all, it’s in the Qur’an (2:62-65; 5:59-60; 7:166).