Genocide industry, hatred strategy

There is not a single person who can't see that the West's labelling of those who oppose the Zionist occupation as anti-semites is not free of Islamophobic undertones.

Genocide industry, hatred strategy

Akif Emre

Inside certain circles in the West, especially inside media, art, and academic circles, it still takes courage to bring forward the massacre in Gaza, which had become Israel's genocide against Palestinians. Of course, there are theological, economic, political and historical reasons for this love of Israel and to the attempts of stigmatizing every kind of murder as being innocent.

The fact that initially anti-Semitism was a matter of religious belief by declaring Jews as 'God's killer,' can perhaps be explained in terms of social psychology, expecially with its Nazi version still fresh in people's memories, but this gives rise to unproductive reactions.

The evolution of Evangelical Christianity's love for Jews into Zionism, which laer tranformed into Islamophobia is connected with this theological perversion. The West's limitless support for Israel and its suppression of its secret hatred for Jews expressing itself in the form of Islamophobia is a case of a social sin revealing itself in a different way. This living hatred for Jews has now found a substitute in Islamophobia.

In attempting to produce legitimizing arguements for seeing the people of Gaza and the West Bank deserving of such a collective punishment, the West is reassuring its conscience by forming a media blackout on the atrocities, which proves to support and encourage Israel.

The religious psychology and social memory that will be revealed as a result of this silence towards the massacre, or even the active support of the massacre, certainly is no emotional matter. The real proofs of this support for Israel are the Jewish businessmen, Zionism's branches in the West, and especially America's strategic economic, political and hegemonic interests. However, the Western conscience needs to carefully organize all psychological and historic elements in order to accept, legitimize and find support for chasing these interests.

The relationship between the modern ideology of Zionism and Judaism, its various branches and arguments, as well as the evolution process it has been through, must be studied. Despite this, the number of people who have listened to their conscience and spoken out against the massacres, the injustice and media blackouts are not just a few.

In a strange manner, opposition, liberal, leftist, secular and pro-Western experts that I have observed who are trying their best to come out on top in every debate are engaged in a silence that cannot be ignored. Trying to look at things in the best light, I ask if they are they are trying to stand side by side with the opposition. Right now there is a crisis in humanity taking place.

On the other hand we are accustomed to the arguments that condemn Israel. These sayings against the massacres and occıpation have been linked to anti-semitism and put the Muslim as well as geographical conscience in the spotlight, which allows the West to justify these massacres. This method has interested me in that this hate speech from Israel feels no need to hide itself. Rather it carries the air of divinity in explaining all forms of oppression among Israeli Jews.

Gidon Levi gave a number of spine-shivering explanations for the murder of four Gazan children who were playing on the beach. He replied by calling the Palestinians dangerous and showed no remorse on seeing their pictures in an interview. Rather he said that he was impressed by the photos but dead Arab children did not concern him, and that all Arab children should be killed. The fact that a female Israeli parliamentarian said something similar shows these views aren't marginal. A Haaretz writer said that this hateful psychology among Jews had nothing to do with feelings of revenge.

In all openness, the problem with these hateful expressions is the influence they are hving on the West and even among us. Furthermore Israeli policy and international system feeds off this hatred and is shaped by this mercilessness and injustice.

There is not a single person who can't see that the West's labelling of those who oppose the Zionist occupation as anti-semites is not free of Islamophobic undertones.

Theinvaders, who have turned the genocide into a grievance industry and have been honored with superior treatment from the West have directed their hatred to the Palestinians and Muslims. Israel, which once received unconditional support from the West, is now turning into a machine of isolation, massacre and hatred.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 26 Temmuz 2014, 14:11