Wednesday, February 23, 2022

  • Wednesday, February 23, 2022
  • Elder of Ziyon


To the West, Arabs love to say that Jews were welcomed and treated well under their benevolent rule.

In Arabic, things are somewhat different.

A Boston based organization named Diarna describes itself:
Diarna (דיארנא ديارنا “Our homes” in Judeo-Arabic): The Geo-Museum of North African and Middle Eastern Jewish Life is working to digitally preserve the physical remnants of Jewish history throughout the region. We are in a race against time to capture site data and record place-based oral histories before even the memories of these communities are lost. Diarna pioneers the synthesis of digital mapping technology, traditional scholarship, and field research, as well as a trove of multimedia documentation. All of these combine to lend a virtual presence and guarantee untrammeled access to Jewish historical sites lest they be forgotten or erased.
Jordanian news site Al Ghad warns about the dangers of Jews wanting to catalog and map their heritage in the Muslim world - the very heritage that Arabs claim to be so proud of.
 For the fourteenth year in a row, the “Diarna” project silently continues to work on the penetration of the Jewish presence in the Middle East and Arab societies, especially to legitimize the Israeli entity and its occupation.

The project claims the existence of Jewish heritage sites in Arab countries and Iran and demands their restoration.

The Jewish project, which is based in Boston, reveals a tremendous service it provides to legitimize the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian land and grant that occupation more incursion in Arab societies historically and culturally, while strengthening the normalization  agreements signed by Arab countries

The founders of the expansion project claim that they apparently aim to preserve the Jewish heritage in the Arab countries, but by browsing between the lines of the project’s official website on the Internet, it is based on a tripartite plan that is close to seizing and occupying under the pretext of ownership.

According to the website; several teams of the Jewish project organize “friendly” visits to Arab countries, where they claim the presence of Jewish heritage sites and demand their restoration, whether with the efforts of the same state or with the support of the project.

As soon as the restoration efforts reach advanced steps, Diarna works hard to demand the restoration and ownership of these sites to be among the Jewish heritage, and finally, it dares to ask for compensation for the Jews who lived in those countries, claiming that they are “Jewish property and heritage.”
Diarna is a non-political project.

The project says nothing about "demands" or "compensation." This is all in the fevered imagination of the antisemites of Al Ghad, who see a threat every time they see a Jew.   

Anyone who opposes the cataloging and documenting of Jewish heritage sites in Muslim lands is simply a Jew-hater. 








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