Skip to comments.Islamofascist Defends Fascists
Posted on 10/26/2007 5:36:25 AM PDT by SJackson
|Islamofascist Defends Fascists|
The exchange between Fattah and Volokh (see his post, "A heartwarming tale of people coming together") followed from her previous public statement affirming that:
We also believe that the Jewish Lobby has acted to create an environment in the US that is hostile to Muslims, Arabs, and others, including White nationalists, and Christians so that members of these groups can be discriminated against, and denied rights such as rights to the assumption of innocence unless proven guilty of a crime in a court of law, fair trials, due process, and justice, political association, organizing and petitioning our government on matters related to civil rights, liberties, and foreign policy.
This statement was part of her public call in her role as chairwoman of the National Association for Muslim American Women (NAMAW) for the Department of Justice to investigate anyone she had deemed "connected" to the "Jewish Lobby" for violating the civil rights of anyone who was critical of Islamic extremists support for terrorist organizations, such as HAMAS and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, or those who had felt intimidated when publicly questioning the established facts of the Holocaust. (This is a point to remember that Fattah had demanded a DOJ investigation for the supposed "sedition" of anyone connected with the "Jewish lobby". Perhaps a DOJ investigation is in order, but not with Fattah's identified targets.)
In response, Volokh had asked her exactly what she had meant by "White nationalists". She replied:
The point is that every American has equal rights to free speech. That aspect of White nationalist behavior that includes fear mongering, name calling, and intimidation is wrong, yet they argue that their actions result from their frustration that they are stereotyped, and misrepresented by the media and made to appear as enemies of blacks and Jews, and others, when they simply want to preserve the white race, and its majority status. They feel that Jewish supremacism threatens their existence, and that Jewish activism is aimed at limiting their rights, and many Christians feel that same way.
Most of what we are talking about here is how we can colllectively [sic] preserve and protect the identies [sic], and rights of groups in the US that have conflicting desires, and sensitivties [sic], while preserving a sense of nationalism, or rather Americanism that can serve as a glue for our society that is strong enough to hold our country togther [sic] in spite of some of the stark differences that we represent in race, religion, political outlooks, socio-economic backgrounds etc.
In our opinion, the Bill of Rights is that glue, and a near perfect social contract. I'm not suggesting that we are going to resolve these issues tommorrow [si.c], but I am suggesting that we must start. I am praying that the complaint will serve as a first word in a dialogue that will embrace all of the various groups, and that will remove all unfair stigmas, and stereotypes, allowing every group to define itself, and also to set the tone and rules for everyone's co-existence, and participation. The public space is increasingly smaller in my view, making it essential that we begin a dialogue on how 300 million people of different faiths, colors, races, cultures, attitudes, histories, hopes, etc., will share that space as equally and fully entitled American citizens.
From her point of view, "White nationalists" (aka "neo-Nazis") have been given a bad rap by the "Jewish Lobby" and falsely portrayed by that alleged lobby as "enemies of blacks and Jews", when all they really are doing is expressing their resistance to "Jewish supremicism", notwithstanding their "fear-mongering, name calling, and intimidation". Much like her beloved HAMAS, whenever neo-Nazis burn crosses and vandalize synagogues, they are merely acting out of the oppression they suffer at the hands of the "Jewish lobby" and the nefarious network imposing "Jewish supremicism" to the detriment of their free speech rights, Fattah argues.
And lets not forget the continued Israeli occupation of Southern Ohio, one of the sacred historic homelands of Neo-Nazis.
There are, of course, many obvious points I could make regarding Fattah's defense of neo-Nazis, but I will let her statement stand on its own and leave those implications to the reader's own judgment, apart from two observations:
1) The "Many Faces of Islam" conference to be held this coming Sunday in the Ohio Statehouse atrium has been trumpeted by its sponsors and supporters (including the Columbus Dispatch; see below) as an "interfaith event" intended to raise popular understanding of Islam. But as I've repeatedly observed elsewhere, virtually all of the speakers at the conference (specifically, Anisa Abd El Fattah, Robert "Farooq" Crane, and Zalfaqir Ali Shah) represent a very narrow interpretation of Islam hardly represenatative of the Muslim community in Central Ohio.
For instance, consider the following statement made by "interfaith" giant (and al-Qaeda-linked fundraiser for the shuttered KindHearts "charity") Zalfaqir Ali Shah as reported by Islamonline (see also my previous FrontPage article and Joe Kaufmans, The Two Faces of Zulfiqar Ali Shah,):
If we are unable to stop the Jews now, their next stop is Yathrib (The Prophet's city of Medina), where the Jews used to live until their expulsion by Prophet Muhammad. That's the pinnacle of their motives.
I restate my own contention that this conference and its organizers defame the Central Ohio Muslim community by falsely attaching such extremist views to all Muslims. Anyone at this point trying to claim that these extremist views are actually representative of area Muslims, including, as we see, defending neo-Nazis and justifying the basis of their religious and racial hatred, is more "Islamophobic" than anyone could ever accuse anyone associated with the present Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week of being.
2) It was Fattah and this alleged "interfaith" conference that the Columbus Dispatch reporter Randy Ludlow took to the defense of last week. Ludlow characterized my reporting of Fattah's statements thus: Poole attacks her strong support of a Palestinian homeland and the rights of Muslims to protect themselves and their land from Israelis whom she calls terrorists. Of course, Ludlow ignored Fattah's letter to the editor published by the Columbus Dispatch last month declaring all Israeli civilians in Gaza as "combatants", and by inference, legitimate targets for terrorism.
Ludlow also falsely claimed that Fattah's longtime employer, the United Association for Research and Studies, which had been described by one convicted terrorist leader of being the political command for HAMAS in the United States, had been cleared by a 2005 Senate Finance Committee investigation; when in fact I had provided evidence for him (specifically, an Associated Press article published by the Akron Beacon Journal) more than a week prior to his article where the then-Senate Finance Chairman Charles Grassley indicated that the committee had most decidedly not cleared those organizations:
The Senate Finance Committee is done reviewing Internal Revenue Service records it requested two years ago, but that "does not mean that these groups have been cleared by the committee," chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said in a statement Tuesday.
The Columbus Dispatch is never one to let the facts get in the way of a good story, especially when it involves their friends involved in the jihadist network in Central Ohio. But you wonder in light of this recent evidence whether the many apologists for Islamofascism at the Columbus Dispatch are willing to continue to defend the outrageous statements of their terror-loving "interfaith" friends and endorse their apologies for neo-Nazis.
Nonetheless, yet another piece of evidence in support of the Islamofascist/Leftist/Media Establishment alliance comes into view
Bump for later
I’m getting a headache. If anyone wants a clear picture of what happens when the far left meets the far right, just remember Linda Blair’s head doing a 360 in “The Exorcist.”
Have any state officials commented publicly about this? Who would be assinine enough to give them permission to use the premises for this kind of event?
BTW, that radical Arab bitch has a very appropriate name: Fattah
Actually, she’s not a Arab. She’s a African-American convert to Islam. Her given name was Caroline F. Keeble.
If you are correct, I might think she chose the name "Fattah" because of her love of Yesser Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas and their terrorist cronies, plus her hate for Israel, the US, and the West.
What a nitwit and disgrace Foxman is. Here we have a wacked out bitch scheduled to spew her hateful vitriol in a very prominent, government-owned location, while Foxman seems more concerned with the minutia of the semantics of Huckabee's speech. It's about time the ADL acted to retain some of the credibility it once had by sending Foxman out to pasture.
True that. Just goes to show that as good lefties, the ADL is more concerned about the dreaded Christian Right than it is about the real bad guys.
Islamofascism/Islamic antisemitism alert ping!!!
Things are getting sicker by the second in this country. Too bad that we have to learn the hard way again. Apparently, the American people, as well as the morons we’ve elected, haven’t learned from history and we are headed down the path to war again.
Anisa Abd El Fattah... "We also believe that the Jewish Lobby has acted to create an environment in the US that is hostile to Muslims, Arabs, and others, including White nationalists, and Christians so that members of these groups can be discriminated against, and denied rights such as rights to the assumption of innocence unless proven guilty of a crime in a court of law, fair trials, due process, and justice, political association, organizing and petitioning our government on matters related to civil rights, liberties, and foreign policy."Nice that a Moslem loves Christians so much that she can't even tell a fake one from a real one.
...oops, and thanks for the ping.
I personally prefer the more exact term islam-a-nazi. The fit between the two is much tighter.
Anisa Abd El-Fattah is the President of the National Association of Muslim American Women, and an author of books on Islamic and American relations. El-Fattah is also associated with the International Association for Muslim Women and Children, a UN accredited NGO with the UN Habitat conference, and the Division on the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinians. She is the former president of the United Association for Studies and Research, a northern Virginia research institute and think tank. She is the Assistant Director of the Islamic Political Action Council of America, and a member of the Board of Directors for (CAIR), Council on American Islamic Relations.
The question is...was she wearing the proper berka? If not...her man or her family need to bring her back into the home and discipline her to understand the ways of a traditional Islamic woman. In the true Islamic world...women don’t speak...and I think we ought to let this general rule apply across the board to any woman who claims she is Islamic.
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