Rabbi — oops, I mean Imam — Bruce Warshal, with his latest jihadist-inspired column in the South Florida Jewish Journal, goes after those who seek to educate American Jews and non-Jews of the threat we face from radical Islamists. Warshal calls my heroes, Steve Emerson, Pamela Geller, Daniel Pipes and David Horowitz, a “rogues gallery of haters.”
Included, for being a McCarthyite-type basher, is Republican Congressman Peter King, who valiantly tried to expose Islamist hate by holding congressional hearings with victims of this vile movement. Incidentally, King was rebuked by Democratic leaders, namely Sen. Dick Durbin, who followed up with his own hearings to “expose” Islamophobia. Durbin, who represents the Illinois crew of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan, Barack Obama and a vibrant Islamist base, did the bidding of the Council of American Islamic Relations — a Muslim Brotherhood offshoot — by holding this whitewash of radical Islam.
In the Jewish Journal article, Warshal whines about Michele Bachmann’s exposure of Hillary Clinton’s top aide and “companion,” Huma Abedin, as a Muslim Brotherhood member. Of course, he does not understand that Abedin’s mother is the head of the female Muslim Brotherhood in Saudi Arabia, that her brother is the head of the Muslim Brotherhood in Oxford, England, and that her father was the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich. Just look it up, Brucie.
Without being aware of it, Warshal claims that Republicans are on to the domestic threat of radical Islam and that the Democrats are not asleep, but rather in the forefront of enhancing their image and advancing their goal of the Islamization of this country.
Warshal represents the J Street crowd in South Florida and is also a national director of Americans for Peace Now. Both groups openly support all Palestinian causes and claims against Israel, with funding from George Soros and Muslim donors. He also writes for the violently anti-Israel, pro-terror newspaper, The Arab American.
Nevertheless, Warshal, who walks among South Florida’s Jewish community with his head high, is the darling of many leftists, hard-line Democrats and know-nothings, with nary a negative word or comment from any Jewish leaders at the top. Why is this? How is it that such a Jewish leader can libel defenders of Israel and the United States right here in the heart of the Jewish community and still have the paper that carries his venom deposited free in each and every synagogue in the area? Speak up! Stop its distribution.
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