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Fatah: "Feelings of taking control of and haughtiness over all creatures is a severe and chronic disease among the Jewish nation"

Text posted on the official Fatah Facebook page, written by regular columnist for the official PA daily and Fatah Revolutionary Council member Bakr Abu Bakr

 

 

Posted text: “Regarding the idea of [divine] ‘preference’ in the sense of haughtiness, arrogance, racism, and taking control, Alawi Bin Abd Al-Qader Al-Saqqaf (the following footnote is included in the posted text: “From research on the website Pearls of the Sunna under the name: Their Claim That They Are The Chosen People, under the supervision of Alawi Bin Abd Al-Qader Al-Saqqaf” –Ed.) says: The feelings of taking control of and haughtiness over all creatures is a severe and chronic disease among the Jewish nation. The noble Quran noted this regarding them in many verses, and segments in their sacred books are full of this, including what was mentioned in their distorted Torah: 'You are children of the Lord your God… For you are a people consecrated to the Lord your God: the Lord your God chose you from among all other peoples on earth to be His treasured people’ [Deut. 14:1-2].

 

Rabbi Akiva says in the Mishna (Pirkei Avot 3:18) [parentheses in source]: ‘The children of Israel are Allah’s beloved because they are called His children’ (sic., refers to Pirkei Avot 3:14: "Beloved are Israel in that they were called children to the All-Present”)…

 

In their terminology it can be seen that they have bestowed themselves with titles of praise and glory, and also call themselves 'an ancient people,’ ‘the eternal people,’ and ‘the people of God.'  Their disgust for the other nations is based on this, and they call them insults and curses like ‘Goyim’ (i.e., non-Jews), ‘uncircumcised,’ and ‘bastards.’Afterwards they went too far with their claim that they have the right to control the world as long as they are Allah’s children and His beloved.