The Qur’an depicts the Jews as inveterately evil and bent on destroying the well-being of the Muslims. They are the strongest of all people in enmity toward the Muslims (5:82); as fabricating things and falsely ascribing them to Allah (2:79; 3:75, 3:181); claiming that Allah’s power is limited (5:64); loving to listen to lies (5:41); disobeying Allah and never observing his commands (5:13); disputing and quarreling (2:247); hiding the truth and misleading people (3:78); staging rebellion against the prophets and rejecting their guidance (2:55); being hypocritical (2:14, 2:44); giving preference to their own interests over the teachings of Muhammad (2:87); wishing evil for people and trying to mislead them (2:109); feeling pain when others are happy or fortunate (3:120); being arrogant about their being Allah’s beloved people (5:18); devouring people’s wealth by subterfuge (4:161); slandering the true religion and being cursed by Allah (4:46); killing the prophets (2:61); being merciless and heartless (2:74); never keeping their promises or fulfilling their words (2:100); being unrestrained in committing sins (5:79); being cowardly (59:13-14); being miserly (4:53); being transformed into apes and pigs for breaking the Sabbath (2:63-65; 5:59-60; 7:166); and more.
“Teen jihadi facing 20 years in jail for machete attack on Jewish teacher ‘in Allah’s name,'” by Romina McGuinness, Express, March 1, 2017:
A TURKISH teenager who brutally attacked a Jewish teacher in the name of Islamic State (ISIS) faces 20 years in jail, prosecutors said.
The 17-year-old jihadist, who was 15 when the attack took place in Marseille, France, in January last year, making him a child in the eyes of the law, is due in court today.
The unnamed extremist – who is the first minor to be tried for a “grave” terrorist act committed on French soil – has been charged with a string of terror offences including “attempting to commit terrorist murder” and “aggravated anti-Semitism”.
The teen, who claimed to have acted in the “name of Allah and ISIS”, attacked the Kippah-clad teacher, Benjamin Amsellem, with a knife and a machete, before being stopped and arrested by police.
Fabrice Labi, Mr Amsellem’s lawyer, told the French daily Le Figaro that his client “still had a lot of unanswered questions,” and wanted to understand “why the ISIS-obsessed teenager had become a killer”.
Mr Amsellem, who was left “emotionally scarred by the attack”, has been unable to return to work, Mr Labi added.
He said he “deeply regrets his actions”.
The attack provoked a storm of outrage among Marseille Jews and shrouded the city in fear.
One year on, fears of a copycat attack have been assuaged, but not erased, the president of the Marseille Israelite consistory Michel Cohen-Tenouji told Le Figaro.
He said: “Jews in Marseille are afraid of being the victims of a terrorist attack. They feel threatened by radical Islamists.”…