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                   *Anti-Zionism Vs Anti-Semitism*

Zionism is a political creed and must be treated like any other. One can be anti-Communist without being anti-Chinese, anti-Capitalist without being anti-American, anti-Globalist, anti-Anything… Somebody who criticizes Israel for certain of its actions cannot and shouldn't be accused of anti-Semitism for that. Only somebody who hates Israel, for the sole reason of it being a Jewish state, is an anti-Semite. Presenting all critics of Israel as anti-Semites is wrong.

 *I am, for example, anti-Zionist and Anti-Israel. Not because it’s a Jewish state, but because it’s an occupying terrorist state, Because of its crimes. I have this same opinion with regards to all transgressing governments and states in the world. But I choose my words carefully. I don’t say “I’m Anti-Jew”  because these crimes are done by some Jews and not All Jews.*

Sad as it is, there are some Muslims and Arabs who are anti-semite, it is an undeniable fact, however, it has nothing to do with the teachings of Islam, ALLAH says in the Qur'an :

"Allah forbids you not, with regard to those who fight you not on account of religion nor drive you out of your homes, from dealing kindly and justly with them: for Allah loveth those who are just"
[60:08]

When the prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him)  emigrated to the city of Madinah, he made treaty with the three Jewish tribes of Madinah: Banu Qainuka'a, Banu Nadheer and Banu Qurayzah. When the Banu Qainuka'a betrayed the treaty and broke the truce, the prophet expelled them alone from the city but he didn’t punish the two other Jewish tribes which didn’t break the treaty with Muslims (proof is that they still remained in Madinah). Only when they betrayed the Muslims one after another and sided with the enemy of the Muslims (against what they agreed in the treaty signed with the prophet) that he expelled them one after another. From this, we understand that Islam teaches us not to treat a whole community based on the misbehavior of a minority... Generalization is a grievous mistake.

By Nayzak.
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Hello Kitty shared hugs and smiles with her friends in New York to celebrate #SanrioTimesSquare’s Pop-Up Grand Opening, as well as Sanrio SkyView Center’s Grand Opening!

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