THE MATZOS CONSPIRACY
Passover might be over, but the blood libels are here to stay. Did you know that there’s a common belief in the Arab community that on Passover, Jews use Christian’s blood to make the Matzos?
Syrian Researcher: Jews Kill People, Mix Their Blood for Matza of Zion
In a 2010 Iranian TV interview on Holocaust denial, Syrian researcher and publisher Muhammad Shaykjani said: “Those who kill children in order to use their blood to get close to the god of sacrifice have turned to killing the children of the Christians in London and Paris, in Switzerland and Austria… In many countries, on the Matza of Zion holiday, they would kill people, take the blood of the victims, and mix it with the Matza of Zion.”
Iranian Researcher: Jews Still Use Christian Blood to Bake Passover Matzos
In a TV debate, aired on the Iranian Jaam-e Jam 2 TV channel on December 2005, Iranian political analyst Dr. Hasan Hanizadeh cited an Antisemitic blood-sacrifice conspiracy, referring to specific time of events, as if it is historically proven.
Egyptian Researcher: Jews Still Use Christian Blood to Bake Passover Matzos
In a February 2007 interview on the Egyptian Nile Culture TV channel, Egyptian researcher Muhammad Al-Buheiri said that since the Middle Ages, Jews have been sacrificing Christian children and collecting their blood in order to make Passover Matzos. In response to the interviewer’s question, Al-Buheiri said that he believed that this practice continued to this day in Israel. Saying that he was citing a book titled “Bloody Passover” by an “Israeli Jewish historian, the son of the chief rabbi of Rome,” [Ariel Toaff], Al-Buheiri described in graphic detail the abduction of prepubescent children and the letting of their blood. Later in the interview, Al-Buheiri said that he had proof that “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion” was historically true. The Jews “were cursed [in the Koran] on account of their behavior,” he said, adding: “If you adopt this religious theory and these rituals, you deserve to be cursed
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