January 17, 2011, - 10:37 am

MLK Day: Muslims Hijack Pro-Israel King Name Like It’s a Plane

By Debbie Schlussel

Peace for Israel means security, and we must stand with all our might to protect its right to exist, its territorial integrity. I see Israel as one of the great outposts of democracy in the world, and a marvelous example of what can be done, how desert land can be transformed into an oasis of brotherhood and democracy. Peace for Israel means security and that security must be a reality.

–Martin Luther King, Jr., March 25, 1968 speech.

He Had a Dream: That One Day Israel Would Be Secure & Jew-Haters Would Stop Attacking Israel . . .

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Martin Luther King: Philo-Semite, Fan of Israel, NOT Muslim Hijackers of His Name

Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  And every year, like clockwork, Muslim and Islamo-dominated Arab groups hijack the King legacy for their own nefarious purposes.  It’s like a race between the various America-hating, Jew-hating Muslims (ie., 99% of ‘em) to see which they can hijack and destroy faster–planes carrying Americans or one American carrying the name of Martin Luther King, Jr.

My faves are the unindicted HAMAS terrorist co-conspirator CAIR Action Network and the openly pro-HAMAS/Hezbollah American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC).  Both groups claim that Dr. King was an example for Muslims.  But they get it all wrong, and their appeals are false and duplicitous. Dawud Walid a/k/a Delano Anthony Willis, Jr.,  top Michigan official of CAIR Action Network, already hijacked the King name for his far left propaganda in a major Detroit newspaper. But I doubt King would have agreed with Walid’s Helen Thomas-esque statement in one of his speeches that “the Zionists control the media.”  We know what and who he meant . . . the JOOOOOOS.  And King would have opposed “former” Islamic terrorist Imad Hamad (who continues to fundraise for Islamic terrorists and openly supports HAMAS and Hezbollah) using his name for an Arab-only essay contest.

And, as I note every year, neither group–the CAIR Action Network or ADC–ever seems to get that King spoke out against their Jew-hatred . . . AND markedly, their Israel-hatred, saying that this was the same (as we all know) as Jew-hatred. No, I’m not talking about the phony letter King was alleged to have written a friend.  I’m talking about the actual King verbal slap-down of an anti-Israel student at Harvard.  That King made the statement at the top of this post is confirmed in a fantastic column by his friend, liberal Democrat John Lewis, and here’s another key excerpt:

During his lifetime King witnessed the birth of Israel and the continuing struggle to build a nation. He consistently reiterated his stand on the Israel — Arab conflict, stating “Israel’s right to exist as a state in security is uncontestable.” It was no accident that King emphasized “security” in his statements on the Middle East,

For new readers–and those needing a refresher course (a/k/a every single anti-Israel Muslim who hijacks the King name), here’s an excerpt from one of my previous posts:

While the oft-cited “Letter to an Anti-Zionist Friend” may be fabricated, King’s record and views on Israel are clear in his documented words and actions. As I wrote in 2005, in “Radical Islam Wishes You a Happy MLK Day“:

King was adamantly opposed to the views of [Islamists including "former" Islamic terrorist, FBI award revokee, and marriage and immigration fraud perpetrator Imad] Hamad and ADC [American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee], both of which often deceptively and inappropriately invoke his name. At a 1968 Harvard appearance, King rebuked a student who attacked Israel. “When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews. You’re talking anti-Semitism,” King said.

(Although an oft-cited “Letter to an Anti-Zionist Friend,” purportedly by King, may be fabricated, his Harvard quotes are well-documented, in Seymour Martin Lipset, “Socialism of fools,: The left, the Jews & Israel,” Encounter, (December 1969), p. 24.)

Yup, we know how Martin Luther King, Jr. felt about the hatred of Israel and the hatred of Jews enveloping Islam in its entirety. If only the Muslims would stop ripping off his memory.  But theft and lying is something they do.  It’s inherent to their worldview and their position around the globe.  Without it, they have nothing.

Memo to HAMAS’ CAIR Action Network and ADC: if you’re gonna assume the King name, you can’t pick and choose. You have to take the entire package. And that includes King’s strong stance in favor of Israel’s existence and security and against your Jew-hating vitriol.

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18 Responses

Almost everyone needs a refresher course on Martin Luther King: He was an adulterer, a plagiarist, a communist sympathizer – see
http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives/2009/01/the_unknown_mar.php
and
http://www.vdare.com/francis/050226_helms_speech.htm
- and his famous single line from his Lincoln Memorial speech -”I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character” – is actually a call for affirmative action (which is reverse discrimination) for blacks. Read
http://www.slate.com/id/2084/
and again
http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives/2009/01/the_unknown_mar.php

ramjordan on January 17, 2011 at 1:48 pm

May MLK rest in piece – a Muslim friend of mine was telling me how the Palestinians were starting to talk about using his techniques to gain their freedom – I hope they do – because if they get their state via the King method then Israel will be safe once and for all.

Hope everyone had a good day off…

J.P. Mac on January 17, 2011 at 4:30 pm

Also sorry but I forgot to mention the most important part of our conversation – I recited to him the above quote that Debbie posted – and he replied MLK was African American and one of his bed friends was Malcolm X a Muslim – so he was saying MLK was def pro Muslim…..it made sense to me since most of Africa is Muslim – but was just curious if anyone had any other thoughts…

May God have mercy on his soul

J.P. Mac on January 17, 2011 at 4:34 pm

Thank you for posting those links about King ramjordan. More people need to wake up as to who Dr. King really was.

CSU Ram on January 17, 2011 at 5:53 pm

Ram Jordan, Et Alii:

I was worried that I might be the ONLY person in the whole wide world who despises and refuses to worship Martin luther King, Junior (which was not even his real name).

It seems as though everybody else is anxiously quoting his public pronouncements (most of which he plagiarized) and outright deifying his memory.

There are so very MANY things wrong surrounding the history of this “politically correct” national holiday(?), with all of its deceit and wicked perversion.

Oh, if only more folks would investigate the facts and acknowledge the truth.

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Gulfport, Mississippi 39507

John Robert Mallernee on January 17, 2011 at 7:19 pm

I was alive when Martin Luther King actively sought an end to legal segregation. I was a child at the time and I remember the day he was murdered.

I loved that man so much. Not a saint; not an angel, but he was a Prince amongst men.

When I think of Dr. King and look around at today’s politicians, I wanna cry. I miss him.

There is NO Santa Claus on January 17, 2011 at 10:35 pm

Debbie
I wish that I would have been able to keep the old newspapers published within the black community for black folks. I would make copies and email them to you. These newspapers published in Nashville, TN say the same things that ramjordan has posted.

What I remember the most about Martin Luther King were the riots, looting, raping,and murders that followed whenever King made an appearance. Louisville, Ky and numerous major southern cities saw horrific violence before and after King appearances.

There is more than meets the eye with King. I am curious how many people King stabbed in the back especially Jewish people and how many times did he stab Israel in the back.

Pat on January 18, 2011 at 2:36 am

Most people with negative attitudes about Dr. King actually support racial segregation though they won’t admit it. Then again, I was born 20 years after his death.

Matthew on January 18, 2011 at 6:50 am

Debbie
I wish that black activists had the courage to go before Black Entertainment TV and university audiences and tell what Martin Luther King was really all about.

Black activists and Martin Luther King had a Black Nationalist agenda that supported a Marxist government.

Young people like Matthew are too easily influenced in our educational system by the Marxist agenda. They do not have the life experience to comprehend what Marxism, Islam, Judaism, or Christianity is all about. Wait till young people like Matthew try and get a job and find out what real discrimination is.

I have emailed my state legislators and congressmen about totally cutting funding for Marxist and Islamic propaganda in our schools which means cutting funding for 90% of the programs in our schools. A huge savings for the American taxpayer.

Pat on January 18, 2011 at 10:07 am

Thanks for the post Debbie! I am in agreement with Dr. King…Israel’s right to exist is irrefutable! And for all of the attempts to co-op Dr. King, notice there has not been any Islamic leader following his example and engaging in non-violent social protest? Did Rosa Parks get on a bus strapped with explosives? No!!! So I’m a little suspicious of those trying to link Dr. King’s efforts with radical Islamic agendas.

As for “ramjordan”, anyone who pulls articles from American Renaissance Website to support their arguments is already telling you how they feel about Blacks in general and Dr. King in particular. Never listen to anything about yourself from someone who hates your guts…they have an agenda to say the least.

And this John Robert Mallernee, I’ve seen your past posts and have seen your views about Blacks, so your feelings about Dr. King are not surprising. But given that you post did not address the subject matter of Ms. Schlussel’s post, is Dr. King’s public support of Israel’s right to exist “plagiarism” and a “wicked perversion”?

And Pat, what the hell are you talking about? King had a Black Nationalist agenda??? Then why did the “Black nationalists” of his era give him such hell and call him and Uncle Tom? And can you please document these violent incidents that allegedly occurred before and after Dr. King appearances? The only violence I remember was violence against him and other marchers by virulent bigots. You see Pat, there are those of us who actually lived through that time and remember what actually happened, so please stop trying to pass your historical revisionism on to a younger generation.

For all of the above post that went off on some tangent about King that had absolutely NOTHING to do with Ms. Schlussel’s post about his support for the state of Israel, However, it’s no accident that the same kinds of people who historically expressed these highly negative views about Dr. King also were very anti-Semetic. I’d be curious to see what books you’re reading and what kind of Websites these people frequent. I have a feeling those books and those sites have more in common with the racial animus expressed by Nazism and Islamic extremism than they do with anything else.

Ida P Wells on January 18, 2011 at 3:58 pm

@Ida, I don’t know about anti-semetic, but definitely against black people. Though these people won’t call themselves racists.

Matthew on January 18, 2011 at 5:35 pm

Ida, There are people I’ve encountered who like Jewish people but dislike black people. They didn’t actually say they dislike black people or consider themselves to be racist, they just stereotyped. These people who commented probably aren’t anti-semetic knowing Debbie is an observant jew. Martin Luther King Jr. was a reason why that minorites became more equal to the white majority..

Matthew on January 18, 2011 at 5:42 pm

Ida,
John Robert Mallarnee is a Mormon which is why he has a disdain for blacks minus the traditional anti semitism.I would say he is a fundamentalist Mormon which hold to the traditional racist views of mormonism while the non fundamentalist are more liberal for lack of a better word.This man said integrating the military was forced down the throat of white soldiers so that says it all right there.It is typical for people such as this to hijack christianity and conservatism by falsely identifying themselves as such while in reality they are merely fascists trying to destroy the very ideology and faith they claim to be a part of.Make no mistake that anti semites and racists are cut from the same cloth no matter their color.I sincerely hope that front groups like CAIR are exposed for who they are and that peace does in fact come to Israel.

Mike on January 19, 2011 at 12:33 pm

Excellent points Mike. Your points about the hijacking of Christianity and conservatism by facists hiding behind the banner of both really hit home. I could go into a long exposition about the Satannic roots of racism and anti-Semitism and how it does run through every color and every nation (no ethnicity is free from its stain) and how both of these traits have resulted in untold suffering and death, but I’ll leave that alone!

I appreciate the background info…it explains a lot.

Ida P Wells on January 19, 2011 at 6:22 pm

I’m sorry. “Theft and lying is something they do?” When you say that, are you refering to the hundreds of thousands of Muslims who have nothing but love for their Jewish brothers and sisters? No, of course not, because being Mulsim automatically means one must hate anything and everything that relates to judaism, right?
You know, I’m seriously getting sick of the racist vitrol that you continually post. It’s actually this kind of mindset, that has resulted in the blood shed of so many innocents.
Do you even know the history of Israel? Do you know that when the Jewish victims of Hitler’s tyrannical reign had been left with nothing, the British decided Palestine should become their new home, steadfastly ignoring, of course, the Muslims that already inhabited that land? Ultimately, Muslims were left feeling ignored and betrayed and the Jewish people were left in a land where they were hated by their neighbours. So, is it really any wonder that there is so much strife in that country and those that surround it? Of course not. The sad thing is though, that instead of perpetuatuing steroetypes, you could actually write thought inducing articles that remind people: black or white, Jewish or Muslim, we are all still inherently people. Still human. And as such, we should set aside our bigotries and focus on helping each other.
Martin Luther King spoke of security for all of Israel. Not just for the Muslims or Jewish people, but for everyone who inhabitted that land. I believe that this can only happen if Muslims and Jewish people learn to respect and love one another. Dr. King (who was not anti-Muslim, despite how you painted him) hoped for all of the people of Israel to know peace. I have that same hope. Question is, do you?

Ifra on January 25, 2011 at 8:47 pm

My mistake. I meant to say that Dr. King spoke of security for Israel and its neighbours and that he hoped the people of Israel and Palestine would know peace. My apologies for any confusion may have caused.

Ifra on January 25, 2011 at 8:56 pm

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