In the summer of 1982 there began a great savagery that caused the whole world to cry out in protest. The Israeli Army entered Lebanon in a sudden attack, and moved forward destroying every target that appeared before it. The Israelis surrounded the refugee camps, where Palestinians lived who had fled the Israeli occupation years before, and for two days used Lebanese Christian militias to slaughter innocent civilians. Within a few days, thousands of innocent people had been massacred.
This terrible Israeli terrorism outraged the whole world. The interesting thing, however, is that some of the protests came from Jews, even Israeli Jews. Professor Benjamin Cohen of Tel Aviv University penned a statement on June 6, 1982, saying:
I am writing to you while listening to a transistor that has just announced that ‘we’ are in the process of ‘realizing our objectives’ in Lebanon: to insure ‘peace’ for the residents of Galilee. These lies worthy of Goebbels make me mad. It is clear that this savage war, more barbaric than any of those preceding it, has nothing to do with the attempt in London or the security of Galilee … Jews, sons of Abraham … Jews, victims themselves of so much cruelty, how can they become so cruel? … The greatest success of Zionism is the ‘dejudaisation’ of the Jews. 
The famous French Muslim thinker Roger Garaudy wrote this on the subject:
The worst enemy of the prophetic Jewish faith is the nationalist, racist and colonialist logic of tribal Zionism, born of the nationalism, racism and colonialism of 19th century Europe. This logic, which inspired all the colonialisms of the West and all its wars of one nationalism against another, is a suicidal logic. There is no future or security for Israel and no peace in the Middle East unless Israel becomes “dezionized” and returns to the faith of Abraham, which is the spiritual, fraternal and common heritage of the three revealed religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.  “Professor Leibowitz calls Israeli politics in Lebanon Judeo-Nazi” Yediot Aharonoth, July 2, 1982
 Roger Garaudy, “Right to Reply: Reply to the Media Lynching of Abbe Pierre and Roger Garaudy”, Samizdat, June 1996
Harun Yahya is a prominent Turkish intellectual.
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