The Protocols of the Elders of Zion - Lebanese Version
The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and the Teachings of Talmud
Published by: Dar al-Funun, Beirut; Maktabat al-Sa’eh,
Tripoli, Lebanon (1st edition).
Excerpt from the introduction:
Year Published: 2000
The author: Shawqi Abd al-Nasir (the brother of the late Egyptian president),
who also translated an earlier edition of the Protocols issued in Egypt.
“It is your duty, citizen, to read this book, and re-read it, analyze
it, and keep it in mind, in order that we should know the truth about
our enemy, and acknowledge his satanic schemes and his snake-like ways.
Knowing the enemy is a step on our road to victory.” p. 10. (9)
8 - Bernard Lews, Semites and Anti-Semites, p. 208
9 - Zoomorphism: identifying the object of one’s hate with “inferior”
animals in order to induce instinctive hate towards him, without relating to
him in a rational manner. “…In the 19th Century it became popular
to identify Jewish capitalism with the octopus and snake images, a motive that
gained ground at the time of the publication of the Protocols of the Elders
of Zion in the beginning of the 20th Century.” (Arieh Stav, Peace: the
Arabian Caricature, p. 184). Muslim anti-Semitism identifies the Jews with apes