Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Abdul Malik: "Zionism is a mixture, a fusion of the concept of white supremacy and the chosen people"

We recently received a comment from Mahmoud, a supporter of CJP (presumably at UCSC). The following is what Mahmoud had to say about Abdul Malik, who will be speaking tomorrow at the Baytree Bookstore Plaza as part of "Palestine Awareness Week": "Abdul Malik is a great example [of how to maintain our calm and also be critical in our thinking and analysis of events] - his statements are often taken way out of context and we invite everyone to come to the Quarry on Thursday at 12:00PM noon-time and listen to this man speak before making judgements."

Well, in the video to the left, you can watch the "even-handed" and "intellectual" Abdul Malik as he accuses "Zionist Jews" of controlling all of Western media, including Fox News and BET(?!). He also espouses his "knowledge" that Israel was involved in the 9/11 attacks. But my favorite is him calling Rupert Murdoch a "Zionist Jew;" you can find "facts" to back up all of Malik Ali's claims at DavidDuke.com and JewWatch.com... both of which are known exclusively for their explicit anti-Semitism.

My only question is, if the Zionist Jews control everything and they have all these big secrets, why are they letting Malik Ali travel to all these university campuses and "expose the truth"? Hm, maybe because it's not true, and we have something called Freedom of Speech in the United States (and in Israel) that allows people to get away with saying such things, whereas such freedoms do not exist in most of the Arab world (and in fact, Malik Ali probably would have been arrested for his anti-Semitism in Morocco, which is a Muslim country.)

Here's another video, if anyone is interested. And here are a few articles about Malik Ali: one, two, three.

So, he'll be out there tomorrow at noon. Make sure you show up so you can be "enlightened." (Man, I really feel bad for all the naive students who get sucked into his rhetoric...)

11 Comments:

Blogger Fedora Black said...

So we control Fox News and BET? Boy, I better me some stock in those companies. By the way since we control them, do you think we could ask them to put on some better programming?

All Malik's statements show that the man is utterly mad, and the fact that an African American Muslim uses David Duke as one of his sources simply underscores this. Any rational form of debate or resoning is hopeless with such a person, and probably hopeless with the students that have crept under his banner as well. Any form of counter argument or response will simple be deflected with the words "Zionist plot" and "that is what they want you to think".

While I appreciate the efforts of the JSU, SCIAC, and Hillel to put on a rational and respectful front, I don't think it will work. Keep in mind that "Rasha'im, even during their lifetimes, are called dead", and there is no point in talking to a corps.

That being said, it is just as pointless to throw stones or vent ones anger loudly. Perhaps Hillel et.al. should try something more radical. How about a massive Jewish "learn-in" outside and during Malik's talk. His works and the images that he makes up would be countered by Jews learning torah, mishnah, gammora, and saying tehillim, acting the way that true people of th book should act, and at the same time strengthening the emunna of the Jews on campus, letting the know that Hashem does show justice in the end.

Wed May 10, 11:50:00 PM 2006  
Anonymous AnonymousJew said...

The Jews probably control Morocco too. In fact, Malik is probably just a puppet of the Jews so they can incite hate against themselves!

It's all true--you can read about it in some of the classics of all time, like The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and Mein Komf, both best-sellers in the Arab world.

Thu May 11, 09:00:00 AM 2006  
Anonymous shalom Bochner said...

Black Fedora: I love the suggstion for a "learn-in" and hope that you and some students can help organize this either if Malik comes back or if SCIAC and Hillel puts on a Jewish and Israel pride event later this year in the Quarry Plaza.

Also, the point of the JSU, SCIAC, Hillel action is not to try to engage Malik ("talking to a corps"). It is to provide support to Jewish students that are hurt by him being invited by the CJP and to provide factual educational materials about Israel for interested people who attend the talk.

Thu May 11, 09:06:00 AM 2006  
Blogger G-D SQUAD said...

I realized that Abdul Malik Ali totally slipped up in this video. Usually, he get's away with his overt anti-Semitism because he calls Jews "Zionist Jews," so he makes it sound like he's only talking about some of the Jews.

But check this out: "Rupert Murdoch, yeah he's a Zionist Jew - yeah his mother is a Zionist Jew, so that makes him a Zionist Jew."

Hm, since when did a person's bloodline determine what their political beliefs are? If Murdoch's mother is indeed Jewish, which may or may not be the case, she may or not support the State of Israel as well. But to Malik Ali, apparently the definition of "Jew" is "Zionist Jew," and being a "Zionist Jew" is passed from mother to children.

He totally dropped the whole facade right there. *sigh*

Thu May 11, 10:11:00 AM 2006  
Blogger G-D SQUAD said...

FB- I don't know that he actually got his info from DavidDuke.com, but when you do a google search on any of Malik's "facts", JewWatch and David Duke just happen to come up in the top ten.

Thu May 11, 10:20:00 AM 2006  
Blogger Fedora Black said...

Thank you G-d Squad for that correction. I must have read your post the wrong way, although I must say, the fact that Malik does not use Duke as a source, but simply advocates the same views towards Jews and in the same type of language, does not do much to change my opinion of his mental state.

Thu May 11, 11:10:00 AM 2006  
Anonymous Vanessa said...

I had to be in class at noon yesterday, so I wasn't able to witness Malik's "brilliance" in the Baytree Plaza, but from what I have heard from other people who were there and from having just watched the video posted here, I clearly didn't miss much. That is not to say that Malik's words are not utterly offensive and his delivery is not intimidating to the point that it can be difficult to listen to him, but once you get past his obvious anti-Semitic rhetoric, he really just sounds like a moron.

He repeats the same asine accusations over and over: "The Zionist Jews control the world/Zionism is white supremacy/I have a list of all the Zionist Jews who control the media, but I didn't bring it with me -or- it would take too long to read you the whole thing" etc etc. Anyone who has ever learned anything about logic and argument would see through him in a second. Granted, he speaks loudly and knows how to command an audience, but that's where his strengths end, in my opinion. In all the footage I have seen of him, I have found it humorous to watch him sputter and flail his arms around for emphasis, stumbling over relatively easy words, like "islamofascist" for example. Not to mention the fact that he frequently resorts to petty insults in his speeches, like yesterday when apparently he called Black people who support Israel, "Uncle Tom poop butt negros."

I mean, come on. Poop butt? I think the CJP did a great job of making themselves look quite silly by bringing this obviously uninformed, inarticulate fool of a man to represent their cause during what was ostensibly their moment of greatest visibility all year.

P.S. - Someone should tell Malik it was Chaim Weizmann who was Israel's first president, not David Ben-Gurion. Ben-Gurion was the first prime minister. It might make a difference in the "facts" he choses to invent for his next speech.

Fri May 12, 04:10:00 PM 2006  
Blogger G-D SQUAD said...

I think it was hashgacha pratis that this video resurfaced today.

Sun May 14, 03:07:00 AM 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's an old clip, my man. Jewlicious had it a while back.

Sun May 14, 10:01:00 AM 2006  
Blogger G-D SQUAD said...

I know it's an old clip, my man--it was also on the JewniProj a while back. That's why I said it "resurfaced" and that's why I said it was hasgacha pratis that it resurfaced, because this is such a funny thread to have it resurface in, my man.

Sun May 14, 11:49:00 AM 2006  
Blogger The Argument said...

As a proud American Muslim (who happens to be dark-skinned), I am offended by his portrayal of Muslims as being anti-semitic. We all believe in the same One God, Indivisible, the Lord of Noah, Abraham, Joseph, Moses, Isaac, Ishmael, David, Solomon, etc. The One God who led the Hebrews out of captivity in Egypt to the Promised Land. And there exists a deep respect for the previous Community (the Children of Israel) in Islam. So much that Muhammad (may peace be upon him), when he found out that the Jews of Medina used to fast on the Tenth of the First Month of the Lunar Calendar, stated, "I am closer to Moses (being a Prophet) than they are" and made it obligatory for ALL Muslims to fast on the same day, commemorating Moses' fast (in which he praised and thanked God for leading the Chosen People out of Israel).

That said, I am extremely disappointed by the fact that any statement in favor of the people of Palestine and Lebanon is always taken as anti-Semitic. I am a staunch advocate for the reunification of Palestine and Israel, and believe that the current Israeli Government exists illegally in the international system. As a student of political science and foreign policy, I am well versed in the history of Israel, and will debate with anyone over the matter. There's a reason why most people know the Israeli Defense MInister more than the actual President of Israel. There are tapes and transcripts of Ariel Sharon's statements while he was defense minister that would scare ANYONE out of their mind. There exits a strong air of hatred between Arabs and Israelis that shouldn't exist, but does because the United Kingdom and President Harry Truman (against the advice of Secretary of State, George Marshall) disregarded all decency, courtesy and foresight when shipping millions of the Jewish Population from Europe and elsewhere to the Holy Land. That's not how states were meant to be created. It's just not. Both the Arabs and the Jewish People were played by the Western Powers, and are still being played by certain agents in the international system.

Anyways, sorry for the rant, but I feel that too many people behave irrationally towards the Zionist Movement, Israel, Jews, and Arabs. We're all one people, from the same Abraham who found God out of his own inquiry. We need to grow up. All of us, Jew, Christian, and Muslim. We're hindering our own progress, at the expense of millions of lives worldwide.

Mon Mar 16, 02:39:00 AM 2009  

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