Skip to comments.State Stands by its Man Update: Israel critic and terrorist sympathizer ‘valued and highly
Posted on 10/06/2012 8:51:37 PM PDT by Nachum
The State Department defended its selection of a controversial anti-Israel activist to participate in a human rights forum in Poland, praising the longtime Israel critic as valued and highly credible.
Salam al-Marayati, founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), was selected by the Obama administration to participate in the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europes (OSCE) annual 10-day human rights conference, the Human Dimension Implementation Meetings (HDIM).
Al-Marayati has been a vociferous critic of Israel, once suggesting that Israel should be put on the suspect list for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. His organization, MPAC, has requested that militant groups Hamas and Hezbollah be removed from the list of United States-designated terrorist groups.
Al-Marayatis inclusion in the U.S. delegation attracted the ire of Jewish leaders and others who feel he is the wrong person to represent America at a forum focusing on human rights and tolerance.
The State Department stood by al-Marayati Thursday, telling the Free Beacon that the Israel critic is valued and highly credible.
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RJNC.... are you listening?
Salam al-Marayati, founder of the Muslim Public Affairs CouncilThanks Nachum.
next to universities, the state department is the biggest collection of pro-arab, anti-semetic, america hating traitor bastards in the us. been pro-arab since before ‘48.
Obama continues his “Islamization Of America” strategy.
The amount of ammo Obama has given the Romney campaign is staggering. If they only use a tenth of it, they’ll blow Obama’s boat into pieces so small, even Robert Ballard can’t find them.
The rats came within a couple days of hosting a “Jumah,” a muzzie prayer meeting at their convention, before wisely canceling it. The rats would invite Satan himself if it meant his demons could vote.
This is my experience.
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