Palestinians are prejudiced, they hate everyone

They’re Not Prejudiced, They Hate Everyone!
“Palestinians love to hate Condoleezza Rice,” according to a new report from Palestinian Media Watch:

Above and beyond the steady anti-American hatred promoted by the Palestinian Authority (PA) leaders for years, they seem to have a special penchant for hating Condoleezza Rice. Some of the attacks have included expressions of racial hatred, as in an article this week referring to Rice as a “raven” and a previous article that referred to her as “the colored . . . the dark skinned . . . the black lady.” [see PMW Bulletin]

In another racist article attacking Condolezza Rice, the PA daily referred to her as the “black woman” [three times], the “black spinster” and continues that he even considered the term “black widow” but rejected it. Her father is called the “black clergyman” [who filled her head with Bible stories] and Colin Powell is the “black man,” the “black gentleman” and even the “brave and moderate black.”

PMW also reproduces a cartoon depicting Rice as pregnant with a monkey. The fetal simian-American is wearing a yarmulke, and the text is translated, “Rice speaks about birth of a new Middle East.” These Palestinians are so prejudiced, they remind us of–well, of American liberals.


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Posted on August 2, 2006, in News and politics. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Dude,

    way to generalize and paint the entire population with such slander. How are you any better than they?

  2. Oh, brother, where to begin?

    The Palestinian government, newspapers and websites have a pernicious & notorious habbit of making false and malicious statements or reports against Israel (slander). You’d know that if you have read from their sources.

    I sited an artile from PMW, did you read that?: http://pmw.org.il/LatestBulletins.htm#b300706

    – Palestinian Media Watch was established in 1996 to gain an understanding of Palestinian society through the monitoring of the Palestinian Arabic language media and schoolbooks. Palestinian Media Watch analyzes Palestinian Authority culture and society from numerous perspectives, including studies on summer camps, poetry, schoolbooks, religious ideology, crossword puzzles, and more.

    Palestinian Media Watch has been playing the critical role of documenting the contradictions between the image the Palestinians present to the world in English and the messages to their own people in Arabic. The world’s view of the Palestinian Authority, to a significant degree, is the result of Palestinian Media Watch research.

    Besides, other things that separate me from Palestinians are:

    A) I don’t lie

    B) I don’t want the destruction of a Israel

    C) I actually do want peace

    D) I actually do want a Palestinian state

    E) I don’t strap bombs to my children and teach them to be murder-bombers

    F) I am not anti-Semitc

    G) I don’t want to kill Jews

    H) I would never have voted for Hamas

    I) I do not support terroriest

  3. one clarification, anytime you say anything derogatory about any Arab, you technically are anti-Semitic.

    and yes, you are technically slandering the Palestinians in this post. Hamas did not win 100% of the vote in their election. They won perhaps 40%. So in other words the MAJORITY of Palestinians did NOT vote for Hamas, or show support for Hamas.

    Yet the title of your post here is “Palestinians are prejudiced, they hate everyone.”

    Are you sure of that?

  4. dude, you’ve got to relax the hateful comments.

  5. In all sincerity, without some empathy we create monsters out of normal and very nice people.

    To be hard and blunt Isreal’s occupation of the Palestinian Territory is illegal. It has been condemned by the UN many times. What kind of brutality creates suicide bombers out of 16 year old girls? These people are not simply victims of a flawed ideology, they are driven to the brink of insanity by an illegal occupation.

    I think that you understand Isreal’s POV well enough, so there is no point in revisiting it. Their claims also have merit, but remember: Who has the F-16s and attack helicopters and who has the rocks and broken bottles?

    Hundreds of dead women and children are colateral damage to Isreal. Does that not mean anything? One of my close friends spent several years working with the Palestinian children on the West Bank and has shown my many photos. I’m not talking about “spun” information. This is neither right or left. This is just plain right and wrong.

    If one were looking for peace, the best idea might not have been to attack soverign territory, occupy it illegally, put down settlements there, and harass the people to no end. Then complain when they start to fight back.

    Its like if the US attaked Mexico, occupied it and forced the citizens to obey curfews, milked away its natural resources and destroyed its farms, then killed hundreds of people when an uprising was mounted.

    Oh wait! That already happened, sorry. Except the Mexicans still live in their former country as “illegal immigrants” where the do not have the protection of labour laws.

    Anyway, my point is that these things are highly complex and what is needed is an understanding on a human level. Sort of the way Christ understands. I’m not saying its easy, or even that I have it, but I find it is easier to give the benefit of the doubt.

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