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Friday, July 6, 2018

Anti-Jew Hate Fest in Orlando

Hat tip The United West




"The Muslim Congress is an Iranian sponsored initiative launched in 2005 to disseminate the regime’s ideology, promote its agenda and recruit pro-Tehran supporters within the American Muslim community. There are nearly a dozen Islamic centers and mosques in the US that are tied to the Iranian regime and the “Muslim Congress” is a national event designed to gather pro-Tehran Muslims from across the US."
-The United West


Today kicks off a Muslim Congress conference in Orlando. Shamefully, the Hyatt Regency Hotel is allowing its premises to be used. The event is labeled as the annual Muslim Congress  conference. A look at the featured speakers, however, shows many are nothing more than certified anti-semites. The event is being condemned by the Zionist Organization of America and the Anti-Defamation League.


https://www.theunitedwest.org/2018/07/06/update-hate-bigotry-fest-in-orlando-muslim-congress-conference/

I am pleasantly surprised to see the ADL weighing in this time. Usually, they are relectant to point out anti-semitism on the part of Muslims.

The United West singles out a few of the speakers for their anti-semitism and radical beliefs. I am personally familiar with Abdul Alim Musa and Mohamed al Asi, both of whom I have seen speak at UC Irvine. Both are vile Jew haters who align themselves with the regime in Iran. In addition, a look at the pictures of the speakers indicates this is a heavily shia conference. (Iran is a shiite country.)

Why is the Hyatt Regency allowing its premises to be used for these radicals and Jew haters to spout their poison? Are they afraid to say no to Muslims no matter how radical they may be?

Just like in Europe-it's called tolerating intolerance in the very name of tolerance.



2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just curious, but have you read about the Holocaust deniers running for office? There's one in Illinois, and now there's one in California's Bay Area (John Fitzgerald).

I don't think that either of these guys have a chance of winning, but I also thought that about Trump. Scary stuff.

Gary Fouse said...

They won't get my vote, nor many others I bet.