American Muslim Leaders Fan Anti-Semitic Hate

It was only a matter of time before the antisemitic hatred of Islam would rear its ugly head in the US. 

Antisemitism is foundational to Islam. It’s embedded in the Koran. Via Clarion

America’s largest Muslim community organizations this week incited the American Muslim community to join in the hysterical hatred against Israel and Jews over Israel’s attempts to defend its citizens.

The Muslim Brotherhood-linked organizations called on American Muslims to make speeches in mosques and take to the streets in America to support Palestinians who are rioting over the installation of metal detectors at the entrance to the Temple Mount, the site of the revered Al Aqsa mosque.

That same day, an imam at the Islamic Center of Davis, California, went further, quoting a hadith (saying of the Islamic prophet Mohammed) which says, “Judgement day will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews.”

In his talk (click on the picture below for the video), he repeatedly affirmed that it was a religious injunction to fight Jews, not a political issue about Palestine. He then prayed to “liberate Al Aqsa from the filth of the Jews.”

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), another leading American Muslim organization linked to the Muslim Brotherhood, joined the fray. CAIR-National called on President Trump “to protect religious freedom in Jerusalem which is under threat by a long-term Israeli campaign to alter the religious landscape of the city and by recent actions that limit universally-accepted religious rights and practices.” These “practices” refer to the common sense deployment of metal detectors as exists at almost all holy sites around the world.

CAIR completely missed the irony of their own statement. Muslims are the only faith group allowed religious freedom in on the Temple Mount as it is forbidden by Israeli law for Jews and those of other religious groups to pray on the Temple Mount.

Despite the fact that the Temple Mount is the holiest site in Judaism, Israel made the law as a goodwill gesture of tolerance.