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On Saturday, January 15thMalik Faisal Akram, a British Muslim entered Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas. Soon after, chaos ensued, as did the pro-Muslim/anti-Jew rhetoric that the FBI and main stream media are propagating as part of their “White Supremacy is the Biggest Evil in America” campaign.
Authorities have shared a timeline surrounding the events at Congregation Beth Israel. Originally, Akram was peacefully welcomed into the synagogue by Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker because he appeared to be in need of shelter. It turned out Akram was armed. He ended up taking 3 worshipers hostage, as well as Rabbi Cytron-Walker. He ranted on Facebook, demanding the release of “Lady Al-Qaeda” Aafia Siddiqui. Ultimately, the Rabbi fought back and Akram died. That’s not the end of the story, it’s probably the beginning.
Perhaps somewhere in the middle of the story is understanding Siddiqui. She is an important and relevant part of this story. Siddiqui is a Muslim Pakistani neuroscientist who was one of America’s Most Wanted Terrorists after 9/11. She is currently serving an 86-year sentence in a federal prison near Congregation Beth Israel. In 2010, she was convicted of trying to kill American service members in Afghanistan. During her arrest, authorities found a long memo filled with several anti-Semitic statements.
Let’s go back to the coverage of the events at Congregation Beth Israel. Quickly, the media called him British. This would sound a heck of a lot better than Middle Eastern or Muslim, wouldn’t it? Moreover, it may lead readers or viewers to believe he was white. Being white fits the White Supremacy narrative discussed earlier.
“That’s not true!” you may say. That doesn’t matter: the left never lets the truth get in the way of a good story . . . especially when the story fits perfectly with the spin.
The FBI even chimed in. Special Agent Matt DeSarno stated that the attack was “not specifically related to the Jewish community.” This was marginally walked back the next day, but the damage was already done. When a man enters a synagogue, a place of Jewish worship on the holy day of the week, takes four Jews hostage and rants about freeing a known convict housed near the synagogue who has spewed anti-Semitism, THE SITUATION HAS EVERYTHING TO DO WITH THE JEWISH COMMUNITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anti-Semitism is not accidental. You know what else is NOT accidental, the behavior of the FBI and the mainstream media. Do not believe their narratives. Do not listen to their lies. This is pure evil.
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