Friday, December 30, 2011

UNESCO Children's Magazine Glorifies Hitler; SWC Launches Protest

As we all know, the love, admiration and sheer honour that Adolf Hitler holds within the Muslim world is without precedence. The blind rage and religous HATE that Islam instills within Muslims is beyond the understanding of the naive kuffar. That the murderer of six million Jews is loved and cherished is yet another example of the moral compass that Islam provides its' believers.

Bask in yet another story that confirms the status of Islam: The Religion of Peace.

"Yes. I killed them [the Jews] so you would all know that they are a nation who spreads destruction all over the world.”

The Simon Wiesenthal Center is calling on UNESCO to end all funding for a Palestinian youth magazine, Zayzafuna for publishing an article exalting Hitler. The magazine, which supposedly promotes democracy and tolerance, published an article by a ten-year-old Palestinian girl, who said that in her dreams that Hitler told her, “Yes. I killed them [the Jews] so you would all know that they are a nation who spreads destruction all over the world.”

Responding to the Wiesenthal Center’s protest, the office of the Director General of UNESCO wrote the Center’s European Director, Dr. Shimon Samuels and said in part, “Allow me to underscore that UNESCO takes this matter extremely seriously and it cannot but strongly deplore and condemn the statements… We will bring this matter to the attention of the concerned Palestinian authorities.”

“This response is inadequate,” said Rabbi Marvin Hier, founder and dean of the Wiesenthal Center, who added that it was not the first time that this type of hate material has been presented in Palestinian schools. “Can you imagine the audacity of a magazine that supposedly promotes tolerance and democracy using Adolph Hitler as a model? We call on UNESCO to immediately end funding to the Zayafuna magazine.”

“Let us remember that the US is the largest funder of UNESCO and it is largely the American taxpayer who made the UNESCO grant to this magazine possible. It is exactly this kind of behavior by the Palestinians in the educational and cultural domain that makes such a mockery of UNESCO's recent admission of Palestine as a full member.”

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