Syrian Opposition Leader: Jews Helping To Keep Assad In Power, “Want Syrian Blood For Their Matzos.”

The so-called Arab Spring is just another genocidal Islamic movement.

Passover is almost here, thus it’s time for a blood libel from the Syrian opposition while simultaneously blaming Jews for Assad’s reign of terror. You see, nothing happens in the fratricidal Arab world without the hidden designs of the evil Jews. It’s a sure-fire method of denying responsibility for one’s own actions.

Here’s a tip: If a political movement uses Jew-hatred and anti-Zionism as a calling card, you can be certain this ideology is totalitarian and will end up torturing and murdering its own citizens.

Egypt and Libya are well on their way to being ruled by the Muslim Brotherhood. And no matter what the chattering classes tell you, the Brotherhood are merciless theocratics who stone women to death, hang homosexuals, and eschew all the freedoms that Western liberals once cherished but have forsaken for the chimera of multiculturalism, which translates into tolerance of the intolerant.

From MEMRI: The following are excerpts from an interview with Dr. Osama Al-Mallouhi, a member of the Syrian opposition, which aired on Al-Nas TV on March 26, 2012:

Dr. Osama Al-Mallouhi : Israel is doing everything it can to keep Bashar Al-Assad in power. It is using international lobbies to exert pressure on other countries, to keep Bashar Al-Assad in power and to keep the world on the sidelines, making do with verbal condemnations, which will never amount to real pressure on Bashar to stop the bloodshed. I have said that Israel is delighted to see rivers of blood of Syrian Muslims being spilled at the hand of that arch-murderer, and therefore, it enables him to survive to the end.

So as I said: This is strange. Maybe [there is truth] to the story, attributed by historian to Jewish books, that says that on Passover, the Jews prefer the matzos that they eat to be mixed with the blood of non-Jews. There was an incident in Damascus in the 19th century, in which a non-Jew was killed, so that his blood could be taken and mixed into these matzos and eaten. This is a Jewish tradition.

The Jews have denied this, but if this tradition really isn’t true and if they really subscribe to a monotheistic religion, why do they keep silent, encourage [the massacre], silence the world, and prevent it from exerting pressure on Bashar, so that he can continue to spill Syrian blood? Do they want Syrian blood for their matzos of Zion?

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  1. Bill Brandt
    Posted April 2, 2012 at 6:49 pm | Permalink

    So which side are you rooting for Robert? ;-)
    Like betting on 2 scorpions in a bottle…

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  2. Posted April 2, 2012 at 2:04 pm | Permalink

    This is what I call a “Spanish Civil War moment.” Simply put – why can’t both sides lose? Felt much the same way about Pinochet v. Allende in Chile.

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    • kishke
      Posted April 2, 2012 at 2:55 pm | Permalink

      I felt that way about Libya too. What a pity we intervened. And Iraq. The best solution there, in my opinion, would have been to partition the place between Shiites and Sunnis and let them fight it out.

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  3. kishke
    Posted April 2, 2012 at 12:13 pm | Permalink

    The guy’s wrong. I cheer on both barbaric sides in their vicious civil war.

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    • Robert J. Avrech
      Posted April 2, 2012 at 12:30 pm | Permalink


      It’s hard to choose between IslamoNazis and IslamoNazis.

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