Jewish Targeting of Muslims is Now Bolder
This Washington DC bus ad could well become a self-fulfilling cycle that could tear apart any hopes of Muslim-Jew relationships.
Muslim groups could be lured into a retaliatory campaign which could then provoke a counter-attack, while Jewish groups maintain their silence because they do not wish to be seen as attacking fellow Jews. At some point, Muslims and Jews will forget the idiotic ads and will begin to deeply distrust each other, which is exactly what the hate-mongers want us to be doing.
This “Al-Haj” guy (in the ads) has been the lightening rod for all sorts of Jewish attacks on Arabs, Muslims and Islam, because he tried to get Hitler to help the M-E Arabs get rid of the British and the French.
Jewish organizations that capitalize on “Al-Haj”, conveniently forget that Jews fought on Hitler’s side and also tried to ally themselves with Hitler in order to secure a homeland for themselves out of a defeated British Empire. The most prominent resistance ally for Hitler was Subhas Chandra Bose (a.k.a. General Subhas Chandra Bose) was close to Hitler and to Admiral Tojo and was very well-supported by Germany and by Japan. Affectionately called “Netaji”, he led the Azad Hind (Free India) Army and attacked the British in India on their Eastern front and overran Burma, then part of India and Assam. Hitler even had a Special Bureau for Indian Affairs in Germany. The Azad Hind flag was later adapted and became today’s Indian flag.
Today, General Subhas Chandra Bose is a revered figure among Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis as the symbol of resistance against the British Empire.
None of this is a secret and is orders of magnitude, larger than anything any Muslim did to “help” Hitler during WWII. But that is a distraction for the hate-promoting Jewish organizations who would rather just focus on their “Al-Haj” the Muslim, a man who barely had influence over Jerusalem yet in their bus ad, they refer to him as “The leader of the Muslim World”…a “world” I have yet to experience.