March 26, 2008, - 3:05 pm

The Saudis’ “Interfaith Dialogue”

By Debbie Schlussel
Saudi King Abdullah is calling for “interfaith dialogue” with Jews and Christians. Deceiver has a great commentary and listing of the various ways the Saudis have–over the years and currently–displayed their desire for “interfaith relations”.
I’m sure King Abdullah will manage to find enough self-hating, liberal Jews to take up the cause. There are, sadly, always Jews willing to legitimize those sworn on killing their fellow-co-religionists in bulk.
Here’s the picture that I think of whenever I hear the phony term, “interfaith dialogue.” It says it all about hanging with your savage enemies.

bloodyhandspalestinians.jpg

The Real “Interfaith Dialogue”:

Palestinian Muslims Cheer on One of Their Own

After He Tore Israeli Soldier Apart Alive

Do cops have “interprofessional dialogue” with criminals? Only if they’re dirty cops who are on the take, making them just like their criminal “opponents”. Same goes for the Jews that have “interfaith dialogue.” They are as disgusting (or more so) than the Islamofascists they legitimize with their very presence.
Read Deceiver’s excellent commentary and “itemized list” on the Saudis.

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9 Responses

Hi Debbie,
I’ve been gone for a while helping people who really need it. How oxymoronic that one of the chief financiers of madrasas and terror training camps around the world is calling for “interfaith dialogue”. What a joke. Our politicians are idiots and the rest are appeasers. We cannot continue to place our faith and lives in their incompetent hands. Our Lord said “Be like sheep among wolves ….. but be wise as the serpent!”

FreeAmerican on March 26, 2008 at 4:05 pm

Whenever I see some kind of phony PR gimmick like this, I always wonder why it is being initiated at the particular time that it is being raised. I notice that it is being advanced during Cheney’s Mideast trip, and efforts by the administration to revive the ‘peace process’ and Cheney has made other conciliatory remarks towards Saudi Arabia. Of course Bush and the rest of them want to see a Palestinian state before he leaves office.
With this interfaith b——-, the Saudis can show how reasonable they are and if other Arabs endorse it, it will put pressure on Israel, as if they needed it, to continue making concessions to the reasonable Arab terrorists. Maybe Egypt will endorse it and then, once they show they are not biased against Judaism, they can help compel Israel to take more actions to give the terrorists a free hand.

c f on March 26, 2008 at 4:06 pm

If the Saudis were sincere about it, they would stop preaching hate of Jews and Christians, allow free worship in the kingdom and cease treating women and minorities as people with no rights whatsoever. We’re not going to see a Saudi version of perestroika. Islam is no more reformable than Communism was. A true religion of peace wouldn’t be involved in terrorism. Let’s chalk this up to slick Saudi PR. This is one inter-faith “dialogue” that’s a one way street to nowheresville.

NormanF on March 26, 2008 at 4:07 pm

Regarding Jews (and kumbaya christians) that always want to share in interfaith dialogue with islamofascists, you are so right when you say:
ìThey are as disgusting (or more so) than the Islamofascists they legitimize with their very presence.î
islamists tell us straight to our face that they consider us infidels and as such, we deserve nothing, including life.
Itís long past due that such Christians and Jews quit playing the role of meek and mild children of G-D. Islam is on the advance and the Judeo-Christian civilized world is on its heels and thinking retreat.
Itís also long past due that we terrorize the terrorists.
Double tap them where you find them.

Rocky on March 26, 2008 at 4:53 pm

We need their oil. The only thing I can offer is that we must aggressively act against them under the radar and through subversion as much as possible. We also must work on an alternative energy source. Wouldn’t it be nice to find a new way to propel internal combustion engines? I’d love the feeling of being able to tell an OPEC nation president “guess what, Achmed, the price of grain for your sandbox just tripled.”

JasonBourne81 on March 26, 2008 at 6:42 pm

Jason, with oil, gas and coal under almost every square mile of the planet, I say we don’t need the sand nigger’s oil. What we do need is to execute the traitors amongst us and start pulling up our own resources to cause the OPEC world to go back into the stone age from whenst they came.
This means demonrats and rubber legged republicans like hagel and McPain.

warpmine on March 26, 2008 at 10:58 pm

Warpmine: I like the way you think.

lexi on March 27, 2008 at 12:32 am

Yeah, I remember that photo – it always reminds me of the joyous and indomitable ‘spirit’ of the Palestinian people. Eyewitnesses say they also licked blood from their hands. Cannibalism. One of the core values we share?

poetcomic1 on March 27, 2008 at 10:03 am

AAAAAnd the main stream media eat this up. Yeah I believe them, totally. Attaching the price of oil to grain would bring the price right down and opec with it. Too bad we have so many compassionate morons in charge of this country.

samurai on March 27, 2008 at 12:04 pm

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