Sunday, November 30, 2008

Beverly Hills Synagogue Plans 'InterFaith ' Event With Jihad Mosque

Stupid, suicidal dhimmis:

Temple Emanuel will be having an interfaith event tomorrow with the King Fahd mosque which was attended by two of the 9/11 hijackers and Muzammil Siddiqi former president of The Islamic Society of North America(ISNA) and an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation Hamas Founding trial. The evening is also sponsored by the Muslim Public Affairs Committee.

According to Discover The NetworkA few hours after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, MPAC Co-Founder Salam Al-Marayati told a Los Angeles talk radio audience: "If we're going to look at suspects, we should look at the groups that benefit the most from these kinds of incidents, and I think we should put the state of Israel on the suspect list because I think this diverts attention from what's happening in the Palestinian territories so that they can go on with their aggression and occupation and apartheid policies."
(FF notes: I personally heard that broadcast)

The evening, presented at a high end Reform Jewish Temple is entitled "Confronting Islamophobia and Anti-Semitism Together" and "will include brief presentations from Rabbi Marc Schneier, president of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding and Dr. Muzammil H. Siddiqi, Chairman of the Fiqh Council of North America {...} and a conversation between Aziza Hasan and Malka Haya Fenyvesi, interfaith coordinators of NewGround, a Muslim- Jewish partnership-for-change that trains young professionals in a fellowship program sponsored by Progressive Jewish Alliance and the Muslim Public Affairs Council which will be facilitated by Brie Loskota of the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture. (And, of course, the opportunity to socialize over dessert!)"

Lovely. Appeasement at any price,right?

For those of you whom don't recall, ISNA is the Saudi funded wahabi front given the job of taking over America's mosques and madrassahs and radicalizing American Muslims,a job they've been notably successful at thanks to Saudi money and a large group of Western hirelings. Siddiqui, among his other successes counts American traitor Adam Gadahn as one of his converts,which occurred while attending the Islamic Society of Orange County in Garden Grove, California, where Siddiqi was in charge of that mosque .

As for the Muslim Public Affairs Council(MPAC), it's on record as calling Israel entirely responsible for the "pattern of violence" in the Middle East and considers Hezbollah and Hamas "liberation movements" staffed by "freedom fighters.

Salam Al-Marayati has called Patrick Henry's "Give me Liberty or give me death" speech as "a way of looking at the term jihad from an American perspective."

Except that Patrick Henry left out the bits about fighting the infidels until they either were killed, converted to Islam or 'felt themselves subdued' and paid jirzyah ( monetary tribute) to the Muslims to buy their lives.

MPAC, like most groups with Saudi ties will occasionally `condemn' jihadi terrorism,but only in the context of 'state terrorism' ( by which they mean Israel) and a reminder that we have to understand these murderer's rage and if that excuses anything.

As for Rabbi Mark Schneier,well... you can find out his particulars here. It's not pretty.

People like this will be pleading for dialogue and 'mutual understanding' until the day they get their throats cut. And even then, they'll be wondering how it happened.


Anonymous said...

Whenever I read about these 'events', I'm reminded of Munich,1938 & the appeasers which were there wagging their tongues in service of truly contemptible demagogues. (Eg, Joseph Kennedy was there in Munich to support Hitler & to demonstrate that the US would be of no assistance to Czechoslovakia, the Allies, or anyone. I believe that he hauled Lindbergh along with him to that one.) I think that the West must be suicidal : they won't stand up for themselves, democracy, women's rights, anything. This seems to be particularly true of the Anglo-Saxon countries. I notice on French news sites that they still refer to 'Bombay' as Bombay ; they refer to 'Peking' as Pekin ( French word for Peking ), & c. But the Anglo-Saxon media, whether in the US, Canada, or the UK, invariably cave in to every politically-correct Orwellian new-speak term or orthography which the Communists, The Mohammetans, or the left-wing racists demand. They're lemmings. I also note that in France, they will refuse to naturalise Mohammetan women which wear those body-length garments, on the grounds that it isn't part of the French experience & is deliberately culturally-divisive. They also ban religious scarves for the girls in French schools. They at least seem to be trying to make a final stand for Western Society. ( Although, I must add, sadly & parenthetically, that they fined Brigitte Bardot for writing that 'Moslems are ruining France by imposing their customs'. ) In the Anglophone world ( & in the Netherlands, or Holland, our nearest cultural relative ), surrendering abjectly in the name of political correctness has been the order of the day for about 30 years. Anything funded by the Janus-faced Saudis & the contemptible, misogynistic Wahabi sect should be banned out-right as a pure terrorist front. I firmly believe that all Mohammetan immigration should have been halted on 12 Sept 2001,& all non-citizen attendees of the radical Mohammetan churches, or temples or whatever, should have been expelled immediately. That may have been the last, final real chance to re-orient the ship of state in the right direction. Seriously, I can only conclude that the West is suicidal.

Always On Watch said...

It never ceases to amaze me that intelligent people actually believe that interfaithing with Moslems can yield a desirable result. Of course, some of the delusion can be laid at the feet of our educational system, which has been spouting "Kumbaya" for years.

Soccer Dad said...

Marc Schneier, who studied at YU the same time I was there is very close with rap mogul Russell Simmons. They organized a rally for Darfur two and a half years ago in DC. (I went only because the Rabbi of my Shul, insisted on going.)

One of the speakers was Al Sharpton. Rabbi Schneier, apparently, doesn't look too closely at his allies.

Anonymous said...

well he doesnt look at his allies.