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Arabs = most racists on earth!

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Submitted by aki (United Kingdom), May 9, 2011 at 16:00

(Already a) 1970s testimony: "Arab - amongst the most racist people on

"Travesty Upon The Truth"

"Having lived intimately for several years amongst the Arabs, I know
them to be amongst the most racist people on earth. This is particularly true of
their attitude towards black people... Many Arab families that can afford to,
keep one or two black slaves to do their menial labor. Sometimes they own an
entire family. I have seen such slaves with my own eyes."

ELDRIDGE CLEAVER, former Black Panther leader,
The Boston Herald American, January 1977.

Commentary, Volume 70
American Jewish Committee, 1980, Page 7

Politics, lies, and videotape: 3,000 questions and answers on the
Mideast crisis
Yitschak Ben Gad - SP Books, 1991 - page 245

Near East report: Volume 20
Near East Report, Inc., 1976 - Page 10


The weight of the world: social suffering in contemporary society - Pierre Bourdieu - 1999 - 646 pages
I am European... We aren't racist but sometimes when you see things like that, well, once, twice, three times, you get to the point where you sometimes say. . . well... They have to be the majority, the Arabs. That's typical of them, you mustn't say we are racists, they are the most racist... Maria D.

Diaspora in Cairo: transit territories and the transient condition

the Foyer/Merib - 2005 - 96 pages
So the Somali in Yemen are suffering a lot. most of them, now they have
intentions to go back to Somalia, they don't like it to go back, ...
The Egyptians, however, don't consider Somali as Arabs, but rather show them
that - in their view - they are Africans, by calling them Asmara, Soda or Bunga in the streets... Many Egyptians I have talked to said: "They don't belong to the Arab community".
When I mentioned that Somalia is a member of the Arab league the reply of one
graduate from the AUC (American University in Cairo) was: "Yes. you are right, but they donwt belong to the Arab community. [...] But of course the Sudanese and Libyans do". As a reaction to this I heard from the Somali comments like "You know the Arabs
are the biggest racists, they are worse than Apartheid. They despise us because
we are black". Another Somali said: "The Somali people, who say that they despise us because we are black."

May 8th, 2011 14:06
19:11 – The Guardian and I
It took me less than 24 hours and a perfectly innocuous post (by our standards) to find my comments box branded with the Your comments are being premoderated warning (in RED too!). The comment was in reply to someone who said,

"'Al-Qaida killed more Muslims than non-Muslims."

So? That's what Muslims do anyway.

Just because 31 Muslims died on 9/11 doesn't put you on our side.'

but who would have thought a serious newspaper that proudly flaunts a whole section under the banner 'Comment is Free' would actually bar that very speech that is supposed to be free? – OK, I know most of you would, but you're just cynics, Telegraph readers, while I like to think that the world is basically good, that man is perfectible and where would we be without trust? If you can't trust The Guardian to allow truth to be told, then who can you?

To The Guardian:

'I posted a comment addressed to Briar shortly after 10:00 AM in which I made a perfectly true and provable statement that, among other faults, the Arabs are the most racist people on earth.

The hadiths are full of the Prophet's sayings on the subject of white Arab superiority and the low status of brown and black Muslims and life today, in Saudi and other Muslim states, for other than white Arabs, ranges from uncomfortable to downright dangerous depending of the depth of one's colour.

For some reason kept secret from me, all my comments are being pre-moderated and though my 09:58 passed the censor's scrutiny, my last one didn't.

It seems censors at The Guardian have guidelines that prevent truth being spoken if it shows Arabs (and other Muslims) sharing certain attitudes with the BNP.

I know this won't be published here (I'll probably be banned for this insolence), so I'll post it in The Telegraph and on some other sites.'

There, now that's off my chest.

Anyway, we all know Arabs are the most racist people on earth, don't we? I've said it here often enough.

15:30 Thank you Stormboy

15:30 And just what do you think you are doing on my blog, Claire? Troublemaker. Scouse troublemaker.

15:32 But it is not just Jews that the Arabs feel themselves superior to. The consider themselves superior to all other Muslims too. White Arabs rule OK. The literature is full of it.

17:31 A pleasure Cymbers, I knew you'd be interested. By the way, of course many other peoples can and are be racist but I said the Arabs are the worst of the lot (after 1945 that is).

19:11 'I see I don't have a name ' Is that me you mean Bubbles? Brendan used to complain about not being addressed by name every time. I don't bother if I think it's obvious who I'm talking to. I used to go out with a girl who used to call me by my name practically every time she spoke to me. It drove me mad.


Ahmed Noor: Destroy Israel - HuffingtonPost Monitor
(Oct. 1, 2010)
Yeah...that clearly isn't true. All people are equal....except for the Jews. According to the UN, all people have the right of self-determination and to a nationality. But that is exactly what Mr. Moor seeks to deny the Jews, and only the Jews. The Palestinians are a people, and Mr. Moor would not think twice about a Palestinian state for them. Does he take issue with the idea of "the Arab League?" But by the logic that he put forward in this article, he has a problem with a Jewish state no matter where it is! Just by being a Jewish state makes it illegitimate, in his view. To deny the Jews that basic right is simply racist. There is no way around it, though I am sure that Mr. Moor would love to find one.


Dubai Forums: Pakistani who is sick of racist arabs!, dubai has ...
Dubai Forums:

Dubai has been my place of residence for almost one year, and as far as i am concerned i cannot wait to leave. the only reason i have stayed here so long is because i am waiting for my contract with my job to finnish. the emirati arabs are the most racist people i have ever come across. i am a well educated british/pakistani that has had to put up with subhuman treatment. ive been sworn at, gotten into fights and spat on in the street by f***ing arab knobends.the arabs seem to be very proud of themselves but they dont have much to be proud of, they are just a group of bedouin morons. they are arrogant and are always rude to asians. it is strange to think that i left the uk because of some racist people i was unfortunate to work with, but in dubai it is even worse. i hope the usa decides to bomb the uae next, because these people make me sick!


Why are some of our Muslim societies so racist and why is it taboo to talk about it?

The problem is igonrants when it comes to racisim in the muslim worlds,and its not only arab versus africans i've seen african racisim who are muslims who is 100x worst,especially in south egypt where alot of the people there are more tanned and darker who view the northern egyptians as "turks and älbanians",the only diffrence is it helps when you are racist in a language the "ärabs"don't understand,Forget about many countries in africa where arabs don't exist or have a very small population,Infact where im from part of the country have a negative view towards arabs and sadly some of these people are also muslims too.But its all because of ignorant....Libyans in general are racist bunch whether they are muslims or not,they have a mixed identity of berber + arabs and any mix identity develop a racist view due to the insecurity of their own identity,I've met libyans before where they view themselves as suprior to africans but when i ask them are you talking as an arab or as a berber they reply we are libyan arab,i always tend to shut them up by saying i would only take you seriously if you were a berber or an indegionus libyans,to make themselves look more legit they admit they are part berber but mainly arab.Tunisians can also be racist however they are more civilised and if so they have a good way of hiding it,algerians differs from where in algeria they are,moroccans are mainly berbers so they are the most tolernt when it comes to africans since thier closest relatives are also of darker skins like the some tuaregs and other saharan tribes.North africa is a funny place in general the more they relate themselves to arabs the more racist you find them to be and the more they relate to berbers the more tolarent they are to africans.

why arabs are so racists?


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