International Zionism and its Impact on Islam's Relation with the West

International Zionism and its Impact on Islam’s Relation with the West

  • 17 March 2002

Analyzing the reasons behind the success of Zionism, the
speaker explained that it owed its success not so much to
its control of the United States as to its close links with
Western civilization. Zionism is not an international
phenomenon, but rather a Western ideology, with
interests that are closely related to those of the West.
Furthermore, its imperial and racist perspective is itself
a byproduct of Western imperialism.
The lecture stressed that Zionism has succeeded in
convincing the US to let Israel control its foreign policy
in the Middle East, which is thus flagrantly biased in its
own favor. It also points out that Zionism has capitalized
on the events of September 11, calling for a “war against
terrorism,” which has resulted in national resistance
groups in Lebanon and Palestine being designated as
terrorist groups.

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Sunday 17 March 2002

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Sunday 17 March 2002

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