Friday, May 14, 2010

UCSD Muslim Student Association Member Admits She Wants To Do Away With The Jews

The pro-Hamas, pro-Palestinian faction always claim they are merely anti-Zionist, not anti-Semitic, but if they were to be truly honest with themselves and the world, they would admit they actually hate the Jews, and not just Zionism. I think they feel that by stating they only hate Zionism they can somehow blast those who criticize Islam as Islamaphobists.

David Horowitz at a speech at UC San Diego on May 10, got one young Muslim American student to eventually admit it. Confronting him about a pamphlet he had handed out that ties the Muslim Student Association (MSA) to the Muslim Brotherhood and other radical Islamist connections, Horowitz turned the tables on the girl (who is obviously a member of the MSA, and even invited the audience to their Annual Hitler Youth week events), by asking her a simple question: "Will you condemn Hamas here and now?" Refusing to directly answer his question, and after some back-and-forth bantering Horowitz finally asked the hijab-bedecked, kaffiyeh-wearing girl

“The head of Hezbollah has said that he hopes that we [Jews] will gather in Israel so he doesn’t have to hunt us down globally. For it or against it?”

Her answer “For it.” Case closed.

H/T: Daily Caller


Anonymous said...

Wow....... I came by your blog by accident, and kept reading it, I think fascinated by the hatred that you seem to have for Muslims in general , and your implied belief(clear in all of your pieces which I read )that all Muslims are evil and terrorists.
We are not all bad lady, not all of us hate Jews and America, we are people too, hard as it is for you to believe.
Open up your mind, you maybe surprised
And just for reference I am a Muslim woman from Pakistan

Incognito said...

Anon: I don't have hatred for Muslims, as much as many Muslims have hatred for non-Muslims, but I DO have a major problem with radical and fundamentalist Islam, just as I can not abide any religious extremist.

I have written about extremism in other religions both here and my other blog on Instablogs. I know you are not all terrorists, I know some very sweet Ismaili and Ahmadi Muslims and they are lovely people. But we need people like you to be more vocal about the radicals in your midst and condemn it.

I have a fundamental problem with ANY religion that tries to impose its religious doctrine and dogma on me. Your religion, right now, seems to be doing just that. I will continue to call out any religion, including Islam, that tries to dominate another.

I also have a problem with some people trying to establish Shariah law in the West and not wanting to integrate into Western society. One doesn't have to give up one's religious beliefs to integrate.

Thank you for stopping by.