Here’s the Hamas Deputy Minister of Religious Endowment exposing a heretofore unexpected Jewish threat:
“There are also theories that were invented by non-Jews, but they disseminate them, knowing that they are scientifically false, such as the theory of Darwin. Darwin was not Jewish, but they exploited his theory. Even though new Darwinist theories have appeared, they spread the original theory, because the concept of ‘survival of the fittest’ serves their colonialist needs.”
This will come as news to Rabbi Natan Slifkin, whose endorsement of evolution led certain Orthodox rabbis to declare his books off limits to their followers.
The really striking thing is that this isn’t even the dopiest statement in the interview:
The goal of the Zionist movement is to establish a state in Palestine, which would become a base for ruling the entire world. Its other goals are to destroy the religions it opposes, particularly Islam; to corrupt values and morality; to spread permissiveness and sex; and to generate moral decline.
Yeah, there’ll be peace just as soon as Israel coughs up some land.
For some reason this all reminds me of a scene from Woody Allen’s movie Deconstructing Harry. Allen’s character is arguing with one of his relatives. During the argument he makes a comment about what God would want. “You don’t even believe in God!” yells his relative, angrily. Allen replies, “So we’re alone in the universe! You’re going to blame that on me too?”