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[2] Brief acquaintance with the intellectual servitude of American ideologues to Zionism

In The Name of Allah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy.

Allah [The Exalted] said:

وَإِذَا قُلۡتُمۡ فَٱعۡدِلُواْ وَلَوۡ ڪَانَ ذَا قُرۡبَىٰ‌ۖ

And when you testify, be just, even if (it concerns) a near relative. [1]

When you testify by way of a statement to judge between people, differentiate between them in a discourse, and speak regarding matters and circumstances, be just in your speech, adhere to truthfulness regarding those you love and those you hate, be fair and do not conceal what needs to be made clear because it is forbidden and tantamount to injustice to divert (from justice and fairness) when speaking against the one you hate. [2]

Therefore, we remind ourselves of the fact that not all Jews are engaged in the plots of the Zionists, as Shaikh Abu Iyaad [may Allah preserve him] stated, “It is important to note that not all Jews are involved in these intrigues and the Jews as a population have, throughout history, been subject to the whims and desires of their religious and political leaders, and have been made to undergo much persecution as a result”. Must read below:

Following the failure of Jewish Zionism supporters in Europe to establish a Jewish state in Palestine, they tried to establish a temporary state in the United States of America at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Mordechai Noah, a politician, journalist, and writer who served as the United States of America’s consul in Tunisia, made a valiant effort, so on his route to Tunisia, he stopped in Paris in 1815 CE, where he met Abgar Yejuwar, who informed him of the failure of the Jews in France in organising a state for themselves in Palestine with Napoleon Bonaparte. He (Mordecai Noah) was also distressed by the circumstances of Jews in Tunisia, and when he returned to the United States of America, he declared himself the chief judge of Israel and called for the establishment of a Jewish state on “Grand Island” on the Niagara River and “Buffalo” in New York, and asked Jews in Europe, particularly in France, to assist him in gaining legitimacy for his Jewish state. He also intended to seek a statute establishing the Jewish state under the name “Ararat” from the New York State Legislative Council. The State Legislative Council reassured him that state law protects the rights of Jews wishing to live on the Island. He stated that his goal was not to establish a Jewish state on Grand Island but rather to gather Jews from all over the world in preparation for their migration to Palestine when the time was right because Palestine at the time was under the preservation and care of the Islamic Ottoman empire, which the Jews did not have access to.

A great celebration was held in Buffalo to temporarily lay the foundation stone of the Jewish state, but it fell and did not succeed because this (initiative by Mordechai) was in contrast to many European Jews’ belief who held that Ararat was an American idea, and that when the Messiah arrives, he would be able to construct the Jewish state, and that establishing a Jewish state prior to the arrival of the Messiah was impossible. This idea persisted in their midst, even among staunch proponents of the construction of a Jewish state, particularly after the emergence of the Jewish Zionist concept at the end of the nineteenth century. [3] [End of quote]

[1] Translator: Shaikh Abu Iyaad. NobleQur’an

[2] An Excerpt from Tafseer as-Sadi. Slightly paraphrased

[3] An Excerpt from “As-Sahyuniyyah An-Nasraaniyyah, Diraasah Fee Daw’i Al-Aqeedah Al-islaamiyyah”. pages 304-305