May 17, 2007, - 2:42 pm

Video of the Day: America’s Jewish Soldiers Serving–& Dying–in Iraq; Muslims Praise Deaths

By Debbie Schlussel
A continuation of my post from yesterday on Jewish American soldiers serving in Iraq. Here’s a touching news report from Israeli TV on Marine Private First Class Colin Joseph Wolfe, who gave his life in Iraq, and 1LT Adam Tiffen, a Jewish lawyer who joined the Army and is serving there now. Most of the video is in English. The Hebrew part is not important, so you need not understand it, except for two facts: As of the time of this video (which was posted on YouTube in mid-March), 14 Jewish American soldiers gave their lives in Iraq, and there are 2,500 Jewish U.S. soldiers serving there.
Also, I’d be remiss if I forgot to mention my friend, Army SPC, Joe Kashnow, an Orthodox Jew whose leg was shattered and nearly lost to an IED in Iraq. Joe’s important, informative site, Jewish Soldier, also details in photos and articles the Jewish soldiers serving in Iraq. Then, there are Jews in Green and the Jewish War Veterans. Check them both out.


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Iraq War Vet Joe Kashnow at Walter Reed

The sickening thing about this video are the responses from members of the “Religion of Peace” posted on YouTube. Here’s a selection:

khara1986 (1 week ago)
am a palestinian and i wish hizbollah and hamas will terrorize the fuck out of every fucken jew on this earth and i hope they chop their heads off onÔªø ALJAZEERA TV.
***
Kenny0786 (1 week ago)
lol..come & serve in PERSIA Motherfuckers!! long live Persia!!
***
Keichk (2 weeks ago)
how sad , and now he has to meet his creator, god is great, Allahou Akbar, you’re born you live and then you die….in a blink kof an eye,and for what? for bush, do you think that bush is concerned about the soldiersÔªø being killed? i dont think so

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Once again the Islamic Children of Hitler rear their genocidal heads and expose themselves as the Neo-Nazis that they are. What will it take to wake the people of the Western world up to the ugly reality of the Islamist enemy?

FreethinkerNY on May 17, 2007 at 4:18 pm

To those brown kaffiyeh( as suppose to brown shirt) illiterates who posted their vulgar comments, I’ve got something to contribute to their diatribe( and no,I will not descend to express my opinions with profanity but you will get my drift): WHY DON’T YOU TAKE YOUR UNHOLY KORAN AND YOUR DEATH CULT WHICH YOU ELOQUENTLY CALL THE RELIGION OF PIECE (HA!) AND FLUSH IT! The discrepancy between our cadets and these cowardly throat cutting middle easturds is the fact that our boys constantly sacrifice their lives for a nobel cause which is to save our lives and America from the suicidal maniacs from the other side who will strap bombs to their chest and detonate it into a crowd of civilians or fly planes carrying passengers into skyscrapers in the name of their devil worshiping religion hoping to score 72 virgins for hot steamed sex,something that they are deprived from in this world.G-D BLESS AMERICA AND THE WEST!! WE WILL BEAT THE CAMELCRAP OUT OF THEM! JUST YOU WAIT AND SEE!!!

Jew Chick on May 17, 2007 at 5:01 pm

YouTube apparently cut off any more comments. No matter what you type it says it won’t be posted because it contains a URL address. Anyway, people have got to stop falling for this “moderate muslim” BS. There’s no such thing, they’re all hateful.

steve ventry on May 17, 2007 at 5:58 pm

The Qu’ran,Hadith (Traditions of Muhammad),Sira (Muhammad’s Biography) and the Sunnah [Islam's holy books]provide the source for Islam immense Antisemitism. So moderate “Muslims” in all honesty don’t exist. This is why nobody in the Muslim world is doing anything to stop Terrorism. Terrorism is essentially apart of Islam.
Qur’an 2:61 “Humiliation and wretchedness were stamped on the Jews and they were visited with Allah’s wrath.”
Tabari VIII:130 “The Messenger said during his final illness, Ôø?Two religions cannot coexist in the Arabian Peninsula.’ Umar investigated the matter, then sent to the Jews, saying: Ôø?Allah has given permission for you to be expelled; for I have received word that the Prophet said that two religions cannot coexist in Arabia.”
Ishaq:524 “We cannot accept the oaths of Jews. Their infidelity is so great they swear falsely.”
Ishaq:240 “The Jews are a nation of liars…. The Jews are a treacherous, lying, and evil people.”
Ishaq:250 “The bestial transformation occurred when Allah turned Jews into apes, despised.”
Qur’an 4:55 “Sufficient for the Jew is the Flaming Fire!”
Ishaq:264 “A notable Jew spoke to the Apostle, twisting his tongue. He attacked Islam and reviled it, so Allah sent down, Ôø?Allah knows best about your enemies. Some of the Jews change words from their contexts and say: “We hear and disobey,” twisting their tongues and attacking the religion so Allah cursed them.’”
Ishaq:248 “Allah increases their sickness. A tormented doom awaits the Jews. Allah said, Ôø?They are mischief makers. They are fools. The Jews deny the truth and contradict what the Apostle has brought. I will mock them and let them continue to wander blindly.’”
Qur’an 5:78 “Curses were pronounced on the unbelievers, the Children of Israel who rejected Islam, by the tongues of David and of Jesus because they disobeyed and rebelled.”

the_don on May 17, 2007 at 7:43 pm

Bush doesn’t care either that are boys are dying in Iraq. Bush goes alone with this courtmarshaling Ameircan men who horror of horrors are killing Iraqi civilians. Uh-Huh.
I only voted for Bush because he was the lesser of the evils.
I don’t see anything holy by the way of a man coming home in a body bag or being seriously injured because of idiotic rules of engagement. In Israel it is just as bad with men have idiotic rules of engagement. They are more concerned about arab civillians then their own men. It is sickening. Bush’s son isn’t in Iraq. Olmert has two sons. One is in NY. And one is in France. They aren’t fighting. I think men should go on strike until there are better rules of engagement because either way can’t win with these kind of rules and you are just dying in vein. I admit it. I have very bad eyesight and I have never been in any kind of war situation. But still it doesn’t make sense to me.

adam6275 on May 17, 2007 at 9:36 pm

First, I’ve nothing but the utmost respect for our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. I’m very glad to see that Jews are adequately represented in the US military.
I don’t know why Debbie posted the comment by Keichk since it wasn’t anti-Semitic and a lot of good people like Adam, agree with it.
As for those of you attacking the Koran, you’re just wasting your time. Anti-Semitic stuff can be found in the New Testament too:
John 8:41-45 (New International Version):
The Children of the Devil
“42Jesus said to them (the Jews), “If God were your Father, you would love me, for I came from God and now am here. I have not come on my own; but he sent me. 43Why is my language not clear to you? Because you are unable to hear what I say. 44You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desire. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies. 45Yet because I tell the truth, you do not believe me!”
1 Thessalonians 2 (New International Version):
“14For you, brothers, became imitators of God’s churches in Judea, which are in Christ Jesus: You suffered from your own countrymen the same things those churches suffered from the Jews, 15who killed the Lord Jesus and the prophets and also drove us out. They displease God and are hostile to all men 16in their effort to keep us from speaking to the Gentiles so that they may be saved. In this way they always heap up their sins to the limit. The wrath of God has come upon them at last.”
Oh, and there’s a bunch of anti-Semitic stuff from Christian Church leaders that I won’t post just yet because it would take up way too much space.
In principle, there’s no difference between the Torah and the Koran. Maybe Mohammed (pbuh) created the Koran by copying some stuff from the Bible or just maybe God actually spoke to Mohammed (pbuh). What’s going to happen when you guys meet your Maker and tells you that He created the Koran?

Norman Blitzer on May 18, 2007 at 12:07 am

Blister: You can quote the Bible all you want to try and justify your demented views. There are no Christian groups trying to kill us and conquer the world. There are Muslims who are using the Koran and their religion to justify waging a holy war with the goal of world conquest. Al Qaeda has stated that they will kill millions of Americans. No Christian or Jewish groups have made such a threat. No Christian or Jewish groups have vowed to kill millions of Muslims. Dhimmitude must be a pathetic state of being.

FreethinkerNY on May 18, 2007 at 12:26 am

Freestinker,
You missed the point. There’s anti-Semitism in both the Koran and New Testament so the problem isn’t with the Koran per se (although I have problems with holy books in general) thus attacking the Koran is a waste of time, at least from a Judeo-Christian perspective. At one time, the killer religion was Christianity as I’ve mentioned in the past about Christian-Nazi Europe. I’ve also learned because of Mitt Romney’s candidacy, that American Christians committed acts of genocide against Mormons in the 19th century.
The real problem is that Muslims in general have to get with the 21st century. They must respect all human rights and seek peace with the Jewish community as the Jewish community must seek peace with the Muslim community.

Norman Blitzer on May 18, 2007 at 1:51 am

    Norman,
    You make some interesting points which any Christian who believes the Bible should wrestle with a bit.

    First off, it is very instructive to note that you will not find anywhere in the New Testament where Christians are told to do anything like what the Koran says below:
    “… fight and slay the pagans wherever you find them, and seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem (of war) … “ (surah 9:5).

    Secondly, while it is true that there are many places in the New Testament where military/fighting language is used — such as, “Fight the good fight of faith” — in all such cases, it is clear from the context that figurative language is being employed. Jesus clearly said, “My kingdom is not of this world [and, therefore, my servants are not fighting to protect me]. (I Timothy 6:12; c.f. II Timothy 4:7; Ephesians 6:17)
    It is simply not logical to compare what “Christians” have done in DISOBEDIENCE to the Bible TO what Moslems have done and are doing in OBEDIENCE to the Koran. That is the difference. You are unwittingly employing the logical fallacy of comparing unequal/dissimilar things (i.e. “apples to oranges”)

    But what about the Jews in the Old Testament? Now that, my friend, is the harder question. Since Christians claim to believe in the same God who instructed the Israelites to commit acts of annihilistic violence against certain specific/limited targeted people groups, this question needs to be addressed.

    # 1 CONSIDERATION: THE JUDGMENT WHICH ISRAEL WAS COMMANDED TO EFFECT IN THE OLD TESTAMENT HAD CLEAR BOUNDS. Israel’s command to annihilate was directed against 6 specific people groups who were declared by God on many occasions to be guilty of extreme and long-standing wickedness (i.e. the six specified groups delineated in Exodus 23:23; c.f. Deuteronomy 12:31). Moreover, they were peoples whose wickedness He had graciously tolerated for a long, long time (Genesis 15:16). Please note that none of these people groups exists as an identifiable people today, so this is quite different from the Koran’s command to “fight those who believe not in Allah” which carries no comparative intrinsic limitations.

    # 2 CONSIDERATION: ISRAEL WAS A THEOCRACY. Since Israel was a theocracy at the time of these instructions, what God had them do He Himself was doing — i.e. “I will drive them out” (Exodus 23:23). God – being “the Judge of all the earth” – has the right to judge as he sees fit … and always does so in the way that is “right” (Genesis 18:25). God was simply using Israel as the instrument to effect the judgement which He Himself had pronounced upon these reprobate and rotting-from-the-inside-out cultures (Leviticus 18:25). However, it is very interesting to note that a host of “strangers” (i.e. non-Jews) were even at this time among the Jews. In other words, non-Jewish people – i.e. people like “Rahab the Harlot” and others dwelling in these very cities which were slated for annihilation – conceivably had an opportunity to go out from/forsake their reprobate cultures, join themselves to Israel, and thereby escape the judgement of God (Leviticus 17:8; 19:34; 20:2; Joshua 2:1f; 6:17f; II Chronicles 6:22;Esther 9:27). Israel today is not and there are no theocracies today, but there will be once again in the future when Jesus Himself rules on this earth during His 1000 Year Millennial Reign (Revelation 20:4). How exactly will He do things in every particular of public policy? (For example, how much “religious liberty” should and will He allow in such a context?) I don’t know exactly. But you can be sure that whatever he does in every particular matter of policy … He will do as He sees fit … and it will be the right thing … just as He did when He ruled over Israel … and when He brought them out of Egypt and into the Promised Land.

    But wait! What if Moslems believe themselves to be subjects of a theocracy ruled by God. Don’t many of them (and especially the most violent ones) claim that this is the case with them? This being true, would not your logic above then lead us to conclude that in such a context they would indeed have a right (and duty!) to do whatever it is that God tells them to do including “fight[ing] all those who [don’t believe] in Allah”? Yes indeed … “IF”. IF the Koranic command to “fight those who believe not in Allah” were indeed a command from God Himself THEN one can (and indeed should) do as the Koran says here. This brings us to the crux of the matter – what is the proof/where is the evidence that the Koran is indeed from God Himself. What does the Koran tell us that man could not have known on his own … or from the Devil. I say this latter not to provoke but because it is often claimed that there are scientific things in the Koran that man could not have known on his own at the time it was written and that this demonstrates that the Koran is from God. Well, do not Moslems themselves allow that the Devil is very smart and has been around a long time and knows a whole lot about many things? This being true, how would the inclusion of some purported scientific insights beyond man’s knowledge at the time of the Koran’s dictation prove that the Koran is from God … and not the Devil? The distant future, however, only God knows; and prophetic predictions hundreds of years in advance demonstrate that the Bible is indeed from God. So, where are the prophetic predictions in the Koran? Yes, IF the Koran is from God THEN a Moslem would have a right and duty to do what it says. But where is the proof, and – more specifically – the prophetic proof that the Koran is sourced in God? Scores of prophetic pronouncements can be found in the Bible attesting to the veracity of its claim to be from God. Bring forth one such from the Koran, please, that we may consider and scrutinize in like manner its claim to be from God. Rather, the god of Islam is such a tyrant that he demands blind faith – giving no proof and reproaching all scrutiny.

    Hope this helps.

    Elisha777 on March 23, 2010 at 3:30 pm

In his last posting Norman Blitzer exposes what he is truely all about!!
Another one of the “Jews are responsible for all of the bad things that has ever occured in the world” type of people!!!
I love people who hide behind a keyboard and spout this useless garbage!! I wonder how many Jews have died in our past wars to defend this moron’s right to say this filth?

newinnewark on May 18, 2007 at 8:51 am

Norman,you must’ve played hooky/didn’t attend religious school of any kind to consider The Koran to be business as usual.God makes it very clear through His prophets that His biggest demand is ethical behavior.The type of behavior condemned on this site is more consistent of similarities between The Koran and Mein Kamf(Hitler also quoted God).

jaywilton on May 18, 2007 at 12:51 pm

The fact is, the Koran is being used by radical Muslims to justify their jihad against the West. They are using the anti-Jewish dictates contained in it to murder Jews and to teach children to hate anyone who is not a Muslim. There are no Nazis other than the Islamic kind who are threatening to conquer the world now.

FreethinkerNY on May 18, 2007 at 12:54 pm

newinnewark, you are one illiterate idiot. Learn to read what I actually posted not what you think I posted.

Norman Blitzer on May 18, 2007 at 12:54 pm

“God makes it very clear through His prophets that His biggest demand is ethical behavior.”
And Muslims (and others) would say that about Mohammed and the Koran. Christians have done in the past what Muslims are doing now, but we haven’t thrown out Bible. As I stated before, there’s no difference in principle between the Koran and the Torah and that Muslims have to belong to the 21st century by respecting all human rights. Jaywilton, if that’s so hard for you to understand, I suggest you go back to Sunday school.
FreethinkerNY,
That’s right, RADICALS ARE USING THE KORAN. That is the problem.

Norman Blitzer on May 18, 2007 at 1:15 pm

Norm,maybe you can find a Sunday school which teaches reading comprehension.I’m willing to bet no
(dat’s right..)no Christian-even with the technology
in any century ever thought of for example…deliberately flying a plane into a building…but since you’re bringing up this 21 century human rights jazz,I’m guessing you’re just another victim of a public school education.

jaywilton on May 18, 2007 at 1:49 pm

jaywilton,
Christians have committed acts of genocide against Muslims in Kosovo, Jews in the Holocaust, and Mormons in 19th century America. There’s no difference between flying a plane into a building or forcing innocent people into a gas chamber.
And no, I’ve not found a Sunday school which teaches reading comprehension. These schools brainwash kids rather than allowing the kids to comprehnd what they are reading. I’m guessing you’re just another victim of a religious education.

Norman Blitzer on May 18, 2007 at 3:16 pm

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