The Jews in the Qur’an are called the strongest of all people in enmity toward the Muslims (5:82); they fabricate things and falsely ascribe them to Allah (2:79; 3:75, 3:181); they claim that Allah’s power is limited (5:64); they love to listen to lies (5:41); they disobey Allah and never observe his commands (5:13). They are disputing and quarreling (2:247); hiding the truth and misleading people (3:78); staging rebellion against the prophets and rejecting their guidance (2:55); being hypocritical (2:14, 2:44); giving preference to their own interests over the teachings of Muhammad (2:87); wishing evil for people and trying to mislead them (2:109); feeling pain when others are happy or fortunate (3:120); being arrogant about their being Allah’s beloved people (5:18); devouring people’s wealth by subterfuge (4:161); slandering the true religion and being cursed by Allah (4:46); killing the prophets (2:61); being merciless and heartless (2:74); never keeping their promises or fulfilling their words (2:100); being unrestrained in committing sins (5:79); being cowardly (59:13-14); being miserly (4:53); being transformed into apes and pigs for breaking the Sabbath (2:63-65; 5:59-60; 7:166); and more. They are under Allah’s curse (9:30), and Muslims should wage war against them and subjugate them under Islamic hegemony (9:29).
“Hezbollah supporters, pro-Palestinian social media celebrate Meron deaths,” by Seth J. Frantzman, Jerusalem Post, May 1, 2021 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
While in Israel people stood in long lines to donate blood after the tragedy on Lag Ba’omer, uniting Arabs and Jews who both mourned the victims, there were media in the region and anti-Israel voices that celebrated the deaths. While it is difficult to quantify all the hatred against Israel, it was clear that some Arabic language media reported the dead as “settlers,” while others included a large number of comments supporting the fatalities.
Among supporters of Hezbollah, for instance, there were tweets supporting the tragedy. “More than 20 terrorist murderers occupying Palestine dead,” wrote one account. The same account, with more than 2,000 followers, mocked the idea that the victims were civilians and posted a photo of an Orthodox Jews crowd at Meron, calling them a “terrified terrorist mob.”
“We are celebrating the deaths of Zionists,” wrote another pro-Palestinian account that has more than 3,000 followers. Another account with 24,000 followers approved and called for stabbings, asking God to “increase this night of hell fire.” Another Lebanese account put a heart over a photo of the dead from Meron, signaling support for their deaths. This type of reply was common.
Another account replied that they were happy to hear Israelis had waited for minutes trying to reach their dead children. “Sitting on their phones for half a minute, God is great, praise be to God.” The term “God is great” or “Allahu Akbar,” while it can be used as a way to honor God, is also said by Jihadist extremists during terror attacks when celebrating the murder of the innocent. Twitter appeared to take no action against those celebrating the deaths or subsequent tweets celebrating a “sacred stabbing” attack.
THE PRO-HEZBOLLAH and pro-Palestinian accounts stayed up all night celebrating the deaths. One shared that the death toll had risen to 45 and received a like and retweets. The account had 2,300 followers. Another user named “Ali” – who has Palestinian and Lebanese flags in his Twitter profile – put a photo of sweets and noted that “20 Israeli settlers were killed” in “northern occupied Palestine.” Terrorist supporters often share sweets in places when news of terror attacks is announced.
The overall number of tweets celebrating the deaths is hard to determine, but the avalanche of them, including many accounts with thousands of followers, shows that it was not a small phenomenon. One account that shared a photo of dead bodies in body bags and called it a “blessing” received more than 200 likes.
In searching through the numerous accounts supporting the deaths, one account with 1,800 followers has the term “death to Israel” as a background in their profile. It doesn’t hide its support, posting photos of a dancing meme and noting with hearts that there are “20 Israelis dead.” The user, named Mina, noted “imagine not celebrating the Zionists deaths.”…