mardi 10 mars 2009

"Khaybar, Khaybar, ô les Juifs, l'armée de Mohammed va revenir"

La démonstration est faite que les blogs diffusent un certain type d'information que les médias classiques sont réticents à aborder. Deux nouvelles "démonstrations" nous viennent de Suède et de Norvège.

A l'occasion du match de Coupe Davis de tennis entre la Suède et Israël, Malmö a été le théâtre d'effrayantes manifestations anti-israéliennes/antisémites.

Ted Ekeroth décrit dans son blog ("Davis Cup, pro-arab anti-israeli demonstration, riots and hate" comment pendant le défilé des manifestants scandèrent en arabe "Khaybar, Khaybar, ya Yahoud, jaish Muhammad sa yaoud" ("Khaybar, Khaybar, ô les Juifs, l'armée de Mohammed va revenir") (vidéo: Pro-arabist anti-israeli demonstration, Malmö 2009-03-07). Voir l'explication de Robert Spencer ci-dessous.

A Oslo aussi

Le 8 janvier, Carl, un bloggueur norvégien, avait pris une photo de la foule hilare et haineuse qui protestait contre une manifestation pacifique pro-israélienne à Oslo devant le parlement norvégien. On y voit le drapeau du Hezbollah et une pancarte portant la même inscription qui glorifie le massacre des Juifs de l'oasis du Khayber en 629.

Sources: Norway, Israel and the Jews et Ted Ekeroth
Article de Robert Spencer repris du site de
"Khaybar, Khaybar
As Hizballah fires its Khaibar-1 rockets into Israel, Kuwaiti demonstrators recently chanted, "Khaybar, Khaybar, ya Yahoud, jaish Muhammad sa yaoud" - that is, "Khaybar, Khaybar, O Jews, the army of Muhammad will return." (The Kuwait Times rendered this as "Khaybar, Khaybar, O Zionists, The Army of Muhammad is coming," but this is probably sanitized for Western consumption: it is unlikely that the protestors chanted "Zionists" rather than "Jews" - the former doesn’t rhyme in Arabic as does the latter, and the chant with "Jews" is rather common.) Meanwhile, last Thursday, the Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, Lebanon’s leading Shi’ite cleric, praised Hizballah for waging a "new battle of Khaibar."
Reporting Fadlallah’s remarks, AP blandly noted that "at Khaibar, the name of an oasis in what is now Saudi Arabia, Islam’s prophet Muhammad won a battle against Jews in the year 629." Reality was somewhat different. As I explain in my forthcoming book, The Truth About Muhammad (coming October 9 from Regnery Publishing), Muhammad was not responding to any provocation when he led a Muslim force against the Khaybar oasis, which was inhabited by Jews - many of whom he had previously exiled from Medina. One of the Muslims later remembered: "When the apostle raided a people he waited until the morning. If he heard a call to prayer he held back; if he did not hear it he attacked. We came to Khaybar by night, and the apostle passed the night there; and when morning came he did not hear the call to prayer, so he rode and we rode with him…. We met the workers of Khaybar coming out in the morning with their spades and baskets. When they saw the apostle and the army they cried, 'Muhammad with his force,' and turned tail and fled. The apostle said, 'Allah Akbar! Khaybar is destroyed. When we arrive in a people’s square it is a bad morning for those who have been warned.'"
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