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THE RISE OF HITLER LIKE HATE SPEECH & GENOCIDE

THE RISE OF HITLER LIKE HATE SPEECH & GENOCIDE
3. June 2024 ZLC Team
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WORDS SHARP AS A KNIFE

Here im expressing my honest feelings about his speech. From the moment I made 1.2 episodes.

SJÚRÐUR SKAALE’S SPEECH

During the closing debate in the Danish Parliament on May 29, 2024, Faroese MP Sjúrður Skaale delivered a speech that sent shockwaves. He spoke about Hamas’ death cult, blinding Israel, and the pro-Palestinian activists in Denmark who willingly ignore Middle Eastern realities. Skaale even compared Salman Rushdie’s plight to the actions of Hamas fighters, referencing disturbing Hadith texts.

As a Muslim born and raised in Denmark, this speech deeply saddened me. Despite living here, I no longer feel Danish. I have shed my Danish title. Denmark is my home, but I am a Pakistani with Danish roots.

HATE SPEECH

THE SPARK THAT IGNITES GENOCIDES

GENOCIDES DON’T START WITH BULLETS. THEY START WITH WORDS.

The Holocaust didn’t begin with gas chambers. It started with hate speech. The 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda began with decades of hate speech and ethnic tension. The Srebrenica genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina was fueled by nationalist propaganda demonizing Bosnian Muslims.

Recently, we’ve seen this pattern repeat. Hate speech is often a precursor to atrocity crimes, including genocide.

In today’s digital age, hate spreads faster than ever. Weaponizing public discourse for political gain is an old tactic. Hate speech, combined with disinformation, leads to separation, misunderstanding, and violence.

NOW, WE SEE A NEW WAVE OF HATE SPEECH TARGETING MUSLIMS

It’s spreading through social media, inciting fear and violence. Misinterpretations of religious texts, like the Hadith or even parts of the Bible and Talmud, are used to justify hatred and violence. This misuse of sacred texts is horrifying and dangerous.

If history teaches us anything, we must act now. Stopping hate speech is not just about protecting free speech; it’s about preventing the next atrocity. Let’s work towards understanding and unity, not division and hate.

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