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The genocidal meaning of KHAYBAR

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in response to reader comment: Fascist-Muslim crowd in Jerusalem on genocidal cry: Khaybar (Oct.8.2022)

Submitted by Jacqueline (United States), Oct 13, 2022 at 23:56

A. Tarango, "Obama, we are not your suckers", YNet, 01.09.2010.

... Khaybar is an ancient city in the Arabian Peninsula. In 629, Muhammad's army attacked the Jews who closed themselves in it for their protection. A year earlier, he signed the Hobeida Agreement, which promised the Jews peace (Arabic: Hodna). He explained to his adherents: sign agreements when the Jewish "enemy" is strong, and wait for an opportunity. When Khaybar was conquered, Muhammad's soldiers executed the men, sold the children into slavery and raped the women. The event is engraved in the collective memory of Islam: "Khaybar Khaybar, O Jews, Muhammad's army will still return" has been used as the battle cry ever since ...

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Israeli, R. (2019). Ethnic Cleansing: Migration and Population Transfer and the Jewish Paradigm of Survival Amidst Displacement. (n.p.): Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC. 56.

"Muslims were called upon to launch a genocidal cleansing..."


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Emerson, S. (2003). American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Among Us. United Kingdom: Pocket Books. 188.


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Y. (2002). Islam and Dhimmitude : where civilizations collide. United Kingdom: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.



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