Ar-Ray, February 13, 2005 (Jordan.)
On the right: "Palestine", and the Jew/Israeli is saying: "Terror acts!"
Ad-Dustur, January 5, 2005
On the tree: "Gaza.' On the right: "The settlers."
The 60th Anniversary of Auschwitz's Liberation
· The day after tomorrow, Thursday (1.27.05), will be a distinctively Israeli day after the diplomatic Israeli efforts succeeded, supported by the Zionist-becoming lobbies, the American administration and those who buy their leadership by pleasing the Jews and the Zionists in east and western Europe, Africa, Latin America and Asia. These efforts were accompanied by threats, seductions, opening of files and personal and political scandals. The efforts succeeded in sanctifying a day to commemorate the anniversary of this notorious camp's liberation, in which were burnt Christians, Jews and individuals from different races and ethnicities. The Jews were not the only ones who were burnt … Yet the legend – the Holocaust legend – became since that time a monopoly for Judaism and the Jews. Nobody can object anymore to this campaign, which became more wicked, threatening and exploitive of Europe, which was coming out of the war's horrors and dues. Hence the sympathy, support and conspiracy that resulted in the establishment of the state of Israel, which became bad-tempered after this and began to practice the worst kinds of political, financial and economical robbery and defamation of personalities, to the degree of assassinations or else acceptance and submission to its demands…
None of the Nazis who committed the crime of the Crematorium survived, yet it is a whip and a scapegoat for the world's terror, for hiding the crimes committed by Israel against the Palestinians and its neighbors and for shutting up any voice in the world that doubts that the crematorium happened or discusses its real numbers, after the Zionist propaganda raised them to 6 million victims…
The power of Israel and the Zionist movement has reached its peek… The descendents of the Holocaust's victims are now the executioners of the Palestinian people and its conquers…"
Muhammad Kharrub, "The 'Tikva' (The Israeli national anthem) in the United Nations!!!" ar-Ray, January 25, 2005