Let’s see, in 2010, Egypt’s president Mohamed Morsi said that Jews were “descendants of apes and pigs” while also expressing the opinion that Muslims should “nurse our children and grandchildren on hatred towards those Zionists and Jews”.
Apparently, Mursi’s I-was-taken-out-of-context defense doesn’t seem to be getting much traction so he’s decided to go about this whole thing a different way – by qualifying it… while in BERLIN!!!
Via Jerusalem Post:
“As I have said before the quotes were taken out of context… I am not against the Jewish faith, I am not against Jews who practice their religion,” Morsi told a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.
Oh, so does that mean if he’s not against practicing Jews, he’s therefore against non-Practicing ones? Well, at least Hitler never made such a distinction, right? Why, Berliners should be breathing a sigh of relief, right?
Here’s another precious quote from the lovable Morsi:
“I was talking about the practices and behavior of believers of any religion who shed blood or who attack innocent people or civilians. That’s behaviour that I condemn.”
That sounds like he’s talking about Hamas, does it not?
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It appears we’ve come full circle. Those whom Morsi believes are “apes and pigs” aren’t human. Therefore, they’re neither “innocent people” nor “civilians”.
As Morsi was clearing up his comments in Berlin, Hillary Clinton was telling Greta Van Susteren of Morsi:
“I think he has a lot of the right intentions.”
Wouldn’t that be like saying Hitler had a lot of the right intentions?
Oh, wait. Hitler didn’t discriminate between practicing and non-practicing Jews. Is that the difference?