Monday, July 26, 2010

What's in a Spanish Muslim Name?

A mosque called Cordoba: That's got to be "good for the Jews," as they say, because it harkens back to the Golden Age in Spain when interaith amity was a fact of life for the three Abrahamic faiths, right?

Wrong. Andrew Bostom, scholar of Islamic Judenhass, documents the reality of life for Jews in those "golden" times--"hundreds of Jews slaughtered in Muslim Cordoba between 1010 and 1015; 4,000 Jews killed in Muslim riots in Grenada in 1066, wiping out the entire community..."

And that's just a small part of a long litany of Muslim pogroms, unleashed on Jews in Dar al Islam because of "the combined effects of jihadism, general anti-dhimmi, and/or specifically Antisemitic motifs in Islam." (FYI, a Jewess is said to have dished up poisoned mutton to Islam's founder, resulting several weeks later in his death. But then, we supposedly killed Jesus and all the prophets.)

No doubt Cordoba mosque-booster Imam Rauf and his manifold Wahhabi contacts are unaware of this distressing history and want to built a triumphalist mosque/community center on the site of a wildly successful jihadi attack so they can dish up plenty of humus and samosas to the kafirs their fellow Abrahamists at lively interfaith get-togethers.

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