Eurabian loss of depth perception: Only in Belgium?
Belgian correspondent Rudi Roth writes:
Only in Belgium
Belgian NGO urges Muslims to boycott Israeli “bleeding” dates during Ramadan
Muslims in Brussels are being urged by a Belgian NGO, INTAL, to boycott Israel and Israeli dates during Ramadan. It seems that it is the first time ever that in Belgium – a country of Christian culture – (and in Europe) Muslims are being specifically targeted by non-Muslims with a view to boycotting the Jewish State. Muslims account for 30% of the population in Brussels, which is also the “capital of Europe”. Israeli dates are very popular in Europe.
Belgique: appel à boycotter les dattes israéliennes à l’occasion du ramadan
and also on:
It is a real religious importation of the conflict… and maybe an acceptance that it is a religious problem and not a territorial one?
The Belgian NGO, Intal, received government money from cooperation development for making a brochure for use in school.
In the brochure stereotyping of Jews and Arabs is exerciced for the young students.
The same organization already cooperated with the federation of Morocco, and associations of Antwerp to organise other boycott actions against Israel.
I see this less as a religious phenomenon, than as an excellent example of the scapegoating of Jews and Israel that the European “left,” fearful of Islamism and eager to curry favor with Muslims, engages in. In this sense, such a move represents a perfect illustration of the dynamics of Eurabia – fear of the aggressor prompts Europeans to identify with them (and thereby act like Dhimmi), and uses an “progressive discourse” that has lost its moorings and foundered in blood libels, to justify, indeed intensify the forces hostile to the very existence of progressive values.
How can one expect Muslim students in Europe to develop civic courage when their alleged “elders” in a civil polity cater to their basest emotions so blatantly.
As the joke runs, “what’s the difference between a brownnoser and a sh*thead? Depth perception.