From the Middle East to the World: The Global Impact of Islamophobia VS Anti-Semitism in the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Keith Davies

November 13, 2023

Global Impact of Islamophobia

The US government likes to tell us about the increased cases of hate crimes against Muslims in America, which has resulted due to Islamic-inspired terror.  According to the FBI, there were 3647 Antisemitic attacks against Jews in 2022 versus 774 against Muslims. Over 50% of all hate crimes were against Jews. The US government downplays anti-Semitic attacks but always plays up Islamophobia. The statistics show a different story.

While attacking innocent people for their faith is wrong, it is understandable why Americans would behave this way against Muslims, considering all the evil acts of terrorism that America and the world have endured since the 1960s. Yet, the history of Islamic terror goes back to the very founding of the religion itself. In contrast, Jews in America have the lowest crime rates in their community and are not known for carrying out any terrorism anywhere in the world.

Today, everybody in the whole world has been affected by Islamic terror. If you fly, the extra security at all airports in the world is a direct result of Islamic terror.  Thanks, Muslim terrorists, for this great inconvenience.

Even Arab regimes have attacked innocent civilians against their Islamist enemies. The King of Jordan killed several thousand Palestinians in the Black September (PLO) attempted takeover of Jordan in 1970.  The Ottoman Turks, in the first Holocaust of the twentieth century, murdered over three million Christians during the First World War. The Christians were massacred similarly to how the Nazis murdered the Jews; in fact, the Nazis took lessons in mass murder from the Turks. In recent history, Muslims have even killed each other in massive numbers, 500,000 in the Syrian civil war, the Saudis killing 400,000 in Yemen, and ISIS in Iraq, Syria, and Libya, killing both Christians and Muslims by the thousand; some were either Shia Muslims or not holy enough for their Islamic interpretation.

Not many know about the Muslim conquerors of the Indian subcontinent; between the 8th and 16th centuries, around 440 million Hindus were murdered, and many more were forced to convert to Islam. The population of India was about 600 million in the 8th century, but by the 16th century had been reduced to 200 million.  The Hindu massacre by Islam is classified as the worst genocide in history. Few people are even aware of this history. 

Christendom faced the same issues with the Jihad by Islam as the Ottoman Turks tried to conquer Europe. This was temporarily stopped by Stephen the Great of Moldovia at the battle of Vaslui in 1475, and finally, the Islamic horde was defeated in 1683 at the Battle of Vienna, which put the Turkish empire back in its box. Interestingly, Osama Bin Laden decided to use the date of 9/11 on the Twin Towers attack; The date was near the Battle of Vienna, which took place on September 12th, 1683.

When President Carter allowed the Shah to fall to the Mullahs in 1979 and President Ronald Reagan gave the today’s Taliban weapons to fight the Russians in Afghanistan in the 1980s, America gave the confidence to the Islamists to reengage their desire to conquer the world for Islam.

Yet most of the world today thinks that the Jews are the biggest obstacle to world peace, and the world’s anti-Jewish tendencies allow the Muslims to exploit their own vicious anti-Jewish ideas of destroying Israel with the use of the phony cause of Palestinian nationalism.

A primary student of history should allow oneself to understand the terror of Islam and its documentation of terror upon the whole world; in contrast, the Jewish people have brought so much light to the world.

Keith Davies

Keith Davies, an Irish-born American, began humanitarian campaigns in 2009 after joining an American-based organization as an Executive Director. Having personal experience with religious persecution, he felt compelled to support and assist the voiceless and disadvantaged people of the world.

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