The support for terrorism in the United States is growing at an exponential rate proven by the multiple articles reported on internet news sites. For the record, these reports aren’t just from sources branded to be pro-Israel, conservative, or Republican, but also from either unbiased, liberal, or Democratic websites. We have Sharia law infiltrating our colleges and universities and nobody blinks an eye. This student from UCSD openly admitted she supports the gathering of all Jews to Israel so they can easily be killed off.
David Horowitz, gave a lecture at UCSD to help fight Apartheid Week which was set up by the Muslim Students Association (MSA). During the question and answer portion of the talk, Horowitz had an interesting encounter with one of the MSA members, Jumanah Imad Albahri, in which he had to reveal the real intention of her visit at the meeting.
For clarification, Albahri asked what is her group’s connection to the jihad terrorist network. David Horowitz could have gone into a tirade in which he details connections but with the presence of a one of the members of the MSA questioning him, he had an opportunity to present to everyone the answer to her request when he asked the following.
“I’m a Jew. The head of Hezbollah has said that he hopes that we [Jews] will gather in Israel so he doesn’t have to have to hunt us down globally. For or against it?”
Jumanah Imad Albahri without any hesitation simply says two words in response to David Horowitz’s question. With that answer, there is a connection (though it may be one person) between MSA and the jihad terrorist network.
Horowitz did receive some backlash for backing this student into a corner but what would there be left to say when she clearly supports a terrorist organization? Absolutely nothing. It’s as EVERYONE HAS ALWAYS SAID, there are no radicals or non radicals, they ALL BELIEVE THE SAME THINGS! There are just different layers of activities, from aggressive to passive infiltration and re education of our youth. Most frightening, America allows it and supports it.
Take a look.