In Support Of Malaysian PM's Comments On Jews

 

Bush labels Mahathir 'hateful', 20 October 2003

 

Interview with the Hon Dato Seri Dr Mahathir Bin Mohamad, 19 October 2003

 

 

Mahathir blasts Israel for sparking war

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Saturday, October 11, 2003 (Putrajaya):


Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad blasted Israel today for
allegedly trying to spark a Middle East war by launching an airstrike in
Syria.

"Israel has been urging America to invade Syria, and Americans seemed to be
reluctant, so in order to force the hand of America, Israel invades Syria,"
Mahathir said.

He also said that US politicians would have to support it for fear of
antagonizing their Jewish voters.

"Now. the Americans will have to support it. Otherwise, the candidates for
the presidency in the United States will lose Jewish votes," Mahathir
added.

The Malaysian PM has long been harshly critical both of Israel's treatment
of the Palestinians and of US policy in the Middle East. He has also said
that there is a "Jewish agenda" to keep Muslim nations weak.

Mahathir, who is stepping down next month has led Malaysia for more than 22
years.

He is also the current chairman of the 117-nation non-aligned movement and
the 57-member Organization of the Islamic Conference, which is holding its
summit next week in Malaysia. (AP)

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"Many rabbis and professionals have told me recently that they fear for their
jobs should they even begin to articulate their doubts about Israeli
policy--much less give explicit support to calls for an end to the occupation."
-- Rabbi Michael Lerner
Published on Sunday, April 28, 2002 in the Los Angeles Times


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Malaysian assembly hands out copies of International Jew

HAARETZ-June 22, 2003

By Reuters

KUALA LUMPUR - Officials of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's party gave out copies

of U.S. industrialist Henry Ford's anti-Semitic book The International Jew to delegates at their

annual assembly on Saturday.

Tens of thousands of Muslim Malays attended the last day of the three-day United Malays National Organization (UMNO)

conference to see Mahathir deliver his final speech as party president before stepping down in October. Delegates at

the conference were handed free copies of an abridged version of Ford's book, translated into Bahasa Malay

and published in Johannesburg.

The book, first published in the 1920s, also contained the Protocols of the Elders of Zion

-- originally published in Russia in the early 20th century and used down the decades to

peddle theories of an international Jewish conspiracy.

The 77-year-old leader kicked off the meeting on Thursday with a diatribe against white

Europeans, including a potted history of European anti-Semitism and the formation of

Israel at the expense of the Palestinians. Mahathir staunchly supports the Palestinian

cause, accuses Israel of state terrorism and vilifies Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. It is a

stand that goes down well with the Malays who account for just over half of Malaysia's 24

million people.

In the speech he also accused the United States and Britain of using the attacks on New York

and Washington on September 11, 2001 as an excuse to wage war on Muslim countries -- a

notion U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell dismissed as "ridiculous".

The prime minister, who became increasingly agitated by events leading up to the invasion

of Iraq, characterized the peoples of the "European race" as warlike and greedy and said

their liberal societies bred low sexual morality. One Western diplomat described the

speech as "bizarre". "He has a strange view of history," said another, while a U.S. citizen

who has worked in Malaysia for the past 15 years described it as "absolutely disgusting".

Mahathir denied being racist but said the lessons of history compelled him to speak out

against the Europeans, who he said included the white peoples of European descent in the

Americas, Australia and New Zealand. Malaysia's "Old Man", as he is commonly known, often

sparks controversy with his angry outbursts, and ordinary Malays are used to his ways.

At the height of the Asian crisis in the late 1990s, Mahathir blamed Jews on Wall Street for

a speculative attack on the ringgit currency, but he subsequently backed off, saying he had

many Jewish friends.

 

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