Thursday, August 03, 2006

how suprizing


adj 1: relating to or characterized by anti-Semitism; hating Jews 2: discriminatory especially on the basis of race or religion [syn: racist, antiblack, anti-Semitic, anti-Semite(a)]



A very good friend of mine once said that is suprizing how the victims of a 'historical disaster' become the opressers over a matter of time.


It is suprising however, these days, that one could be jailed for saying that they deny the Holocaust incident and that it is considered an international crime - unforgiveable and cruel to the Jewish nature and religion/race.

I find it suprising also that Muslims and/or Christians are not treated in the same manner. When they have fought more battles than the Jews themselves over a long period of history and have also slain each party dozens of times (with the help of a Jewish minority, mind you) that caused the massacre of millions, if not, thousands of innocent children, women and elderly men.

I find it suprising that the international community does not ask that just as much as the Jews of the world (who if put together would only be a total of 200 million people whereas the worldwide Muslim population exceeds 1.5 billion people) ask for their 'respect' that it should be asked for in return for all races and religions including the Muslims and Christians.

To neglect the thought of respect is to neglect the demand for respect. Thus losing out on the very fabric on the fundamentals of a 'humane' society.