Tuesday, October 31, 2006

A Lesson for MPACUK

MPACUK has republished an article on their front page from last December. The article claims that they are Anti-Zionist but not Anti-Semitic. The article states:

Note, we unequivocally oppose Zionism - a political ideology - NOT Judaism - the religion of the Jewish people.
They also claim that, "Muslims criticize Zionism, but defend the right of Jews to live in peace and security."

Perhaps these Muslims need to be more honest with themselves.

Zionism is the idea of establishing a Jewish state where Jews can live in the peace and security Muslims claim to be keen on.

Being Anti-Zionist means that you oppose the very idea that Jews could have their own state. In other words, MPACUK is happy for Jews to live in peace so long as they always remain a minority. They are "unequivocally opposed" to the idea that Jews could form their own state. This sentiment can only be described as Anti-Semitic.