Noted Assclown Lectures Trump Supporters For “Booing” Radical Muslim Activist (Videos)

John Kasich Lectures Trump Supporters For “Booing” Radical Muslim Activist – Gateway Pundit

Controversial Muslim activist Rose Hamid was escorted from the Trump rally in South Carolina on Friday after putting on a yellow Holocaust star and making a scene.

Hamid believes Muslims in America are treated just like Jews in Nazi Germany.

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CNN spoke with Hamid before and after her demonstration at the rally.
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Rose Hamid is a well known Sharia activist who made headlines after she refused to remove her hijab as a stewardess at US Airways. The airlines refused to allow Mrs. Hamid to continue working as a flight attendant because, the company said, her head scarf violated the company’s rules on uniforms.

Governor John Kasich today lectured Trump supporters for booing Rose Hamid’s political stunt.
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“I saw a crowd booing this woman who was being escorted. That’s not the party of Jack Kemp. I mean, we are people that can tolerate differences.”

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And, he wonders why he’s losing?
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President Asshat Appoints Radical, Hamas-Supporting, Anti-Israel Nutjob As New ISIS Czar

Obama Appoints Anti-Israel Hamas Supporter As New ISIL Czar (Uncle Yasser Would Be Proud) – Yid With Lid

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President Obama has appointed second-generation anti-Israel activist, and former Iran deal negotiator Robert O. (Rob) Malley as his ‘senior adviser on the counterinsurgency campaign against ISIL.’ Malley knows much about terrorism as his dad was close friends with Palestinian terrorist Yasser Arafat (they both were born and raised in Egypt and each was funded by the USSR).

While the sins of the father are not normally visited on the son, this son has chosen to follow in his dad’s footsteps.

CAMERA reported that Malley grew up in France, where his Egyptian-born father, Simon Malley, and New York raised mother, Barbara (Silverstein) Malley, were radical publishers of a controversial magazine about Africa and the so-called Third World. Malley’s parents were rabidly anti-Israel and counted Yasir Arafat as a personal friend. Indeed, Arafat was among those “leaders” (for want of a better word) who had intervened with the French government to readmit the Malley family to France after they had been expelled for their radical activities.

At the time Malley’s dad (whose work was funded by the Soviet Union, Romania, Libya, and Algeria) was expelled from France, the Associated Press wrote:
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Some of his articles are a veritable incitement to the assassination of foreign chiefs of state. The French government cannot tolerate them,” [a French official said].

The bi-monthly magazine Afrique-Asie is published in Paris and regularly attacks Western policies in all parts of the world. It claims to be non-aligned, but has supported the Soviet military intervention in Afghanistan, the Cuban intervention in Angola and Ethiopia, the seizure of American hostages in Iran, the Algerian-backed guerrilla war in southern Morocco, and the Arab opposition to Israel and the Camp David agreements.

In an editorial, the magazine said Malley’s expulsion proved the French government’s collusion with “imperialist, neo-colonialist and racist forces seeking to destabilize and overthrow revolutionary regimes”

(…) The Algerian, Libyan and Angolan governments have publicly defended Malley and warned that his expulsion could damage their relations with France. Palestine Liberation Organization leader Yasser Arafat said it would undermine France’s prestige throughout the Arab world.

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The younger Malley’s personal pedigree not only includes a host of anti-Israel articles, but the former aide to Bill Clinton is the only American privy to the Clinton peace efforts to blame Israel for their lack of success. Everyone else, including the former President, said that Yasser Arafat walked away from a “sweetheart” deal. Malley was also believed to be the chief source for an article by Deborah Sontag that whitewashed Arafat’s role in the collapse of the peace process, an article that has been widely criticized as riddled with errors and bias.

Malley appealed to candidate Obama because of his anti-Israel stance as demonstrated by some of his greatest hits:
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* Making the Best of Hamas’ Victory: which called for international aid to be showered upon a Hamas-led government and for international engagement with Hamas (a group that makes clear in its Charter, its schools, and its violence its intent to destroy Israel). Malley also makes an absurd assertion: that Hamas’ policies and Israeli policies are mirror images of each other.

* Rebuilding a Damaged Palestine: which blames Israel’s security operations for weakening Palestinian security forces (absurd on its face: terrorists filled the ranks of so-called Palestinian security forces-which, in any case, never tried to prevent terrorism) and calls for international forces to restrain the Israelis.

* Avoiding Failure with Hamas: which again calls for aid to flow to a Hamas-led government and even goes so far as to suggest that failure to extend aid could cause an environmental or health catastrophe-such as a human strain of the avian flu virus!

* How to Curb the Tension in Gaza: which criticizes Israel’s for its actions to recover Gilad Shalit who was kidnapped and is being held hostage in the Gaza Strip. He and co-writer Gareth Evans call Israel’s actions ‘collective punishment” in “violation of international law.”

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While a member of Obama’s campaign staff Malley was “supposedly” fired by the campaign for having secret meetings with Hamas, but he was a willing sacrificial lamb to make Obama look good. Until he rejoined Obama as part of his administration Malley served progressive puppet-master George Soros as he is currently Program Director for Middle East and North Africa at the International Crisis Group, an international think tank funded by the “dude of spooky” himself.

In 2011 Malley wrote a piece in the Washington Post pushing Hamas as an important peace partner where he showed himself to be an apologist for Palestinian terror.
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Twice before the world has sought to prevent the Islamists from governing – after Hamas won the 2006 legislative elections and, a year later, when it formed a coalition with Fatah. Twice, the world made a mess of things. The balance sheet is unequivocal: Hamas remains entrenched in Gaza; Fatah is no stronger; and, without elections or genuine pluralistic political life, democratic institutions in the Palestinian territories have rusted.

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Sometimes facts are just inconvenient things. What Malley refused to mention was it Hamas that threw out the “democratic institutions” with a military operation that threw Fatah out of Gaza. And the major reason Hamas and Fatah hadn’t reconciled (and still haven’t) was Hamas’ desire to perpetuate its violence against Israel – something it has done very well.

Malley’s continued protection of Hamas has paid off for the terrorist organization, one of the planks removed from the 2012 Democratic platform (and never put back), it read:
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The United States and its Quartet partners should continue to isolate Hamas until it renounces terrorism, recognizes Israel’s right to exist, and abides by past agreements.

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Malley officially joined the Obama administration in Feb 2014 as senior director of the National Security Council on Persian Gulf policy (where he helped to negotiate the anti-Israel Iran deal). He was promoted to Special Assistant to the President and White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa and the Gulf Region, effective April 2015. And now the Hamas supporter is Obama’s ISIL Czar.

Malley get credit for one thing. In 2008 when he was an adviser to the Obama campaign, NY Times columnist Helene Cooper cited my criticism of Malley (along with that of Ed Lasky at American Thinker) as an example of right-wing bloggers lying about Obama’s dislike of Israel. I guess you really nailed that one down Helene.

Robert O. Malley has had a storied career as an anti-Israel, and pro-terrorism activist. And now he gets to advise Obama about the war on terrorism. I bet Uncle Yasser would be so proud.

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15 Excerpts That Show How Radical, Weird And Out Of Touch College Campuses Have Become (John Hawkins)

15 Excerpts That Show How Radical, Weird And Out Of Touch College Campuses Have Become – John Hawkins

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How radical, weird and out of touch have liberals on college campuses gotten since Obama came into office? It’s worse than you ever thought and although there is an almost unlimited number of problematic incidents to choose from, these 15 are particularly effective at getting across how bad things have become.

1) “College Students Say Remembering 9/11 Is Offensive to Muslims… The everything-is-offensive brand of campus activism has struck a new low: Students at the University of Minnesota killed a proposed moment of silence for 9/11 victims due to concerns – insulting, childish concerns – that Muslim students would be offended.”

2) “Portland State University Offers Course Teaching How to ‘Make Whiteness Strange’… According to Portland State University Professor Rachel Sanders’ ‘White Privilege’ course, ‘whiteness’ must be dismantled if racial justice will ever be achieved. The course description states that ‘whiteness is the lynchpin of structures of racial meaning and racial inequality in the United States” and claims that ‘to preserve whiteness is to preserve racial injustice.’ Students taking the course will ‘endeavor to make whiteness strange.’ In order to make whiteness strange, the description says students must ‘interrogate whiteness as an unstable legal, political, social, and cultural construction.’”

3) “A University in the San Francisco Area Actually Told Students To Call 911 if They Were Offended… Administrators at a Catholic university in the San Francisco Bay Area have rescinded an official school policy instructing students to clog up the regional 9-1-1 emergency reporting system to report ‘bias incidents.’

The school is Santa Clara University, reports Campus Reform… Until this month, however, Santa Clara administrators have been instructing students to report ‘bias incidents’ using the emergency service reserved for dispatching police, firefighters and ambulances.

‘If the bias incident is in progress or just occurred: ALWAYS CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY,’ the Santa Clara website instructed students in fierce, all-capital letters.”

4) “Educators in the Volunteer State are very concerned that students might be offended by the usage of traditional pronouns like she, he, him and hers, according to a document from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

…For all you folks who went to school back when there were only him and her – here’s a primer: some of the new gender neutral pronouns are ze, hir, zir, xe, xem and xyr.”

5) “A Professor at Polk State College has allegedly failed a humanities student after she refused to concede that Jesus is a ‘myth’ or that Christianity oppresses women during a series of mandatory assignments at the Florida college. According to a press release from the Liberty Counsel, a non-profit public interest law firm, Humanities Professor Lance ‘Lj’ Russum gave a student a ‘zero’ on four separate papers because the 16-year-old did not ‘conform to his personal worldviews of Marxism, Atheism, Feminism, and homosexuality.’ The law firm has called for a full, private investigation of the professor and the course curriculum.”

6) “College Codes Make ‘Color Blindness’ a Microaggression… wait, what? …UCLA says “Color Blindness,” the idea we shouldn’t obsess over people’s race, is a microaggression. If you refuse to treat an individual as a ‘racial/cultural being,’ then you’re being aggressive.”

7) “The phrase ‘politically correct’ is now a microaggression according to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The university’s ‘Just Words’ campaign is the work of UWM’s ‘Inclusive Excellence Center’ and aims to ‘raise awareness of microaggressions and their impact’ – microaggressions like ‘politically correct’ or ‘PC.’”

8) ) “‘American,’ ‘illegal alien,’ ‘foreigners,’ ‘mothering,’ and ‘fathering’ are just a handful of words deemed ‘problematic’ by the University of New Hampshire’s Bias-Free Language Guide… Saying ‘American’ to reference Americans is also problematic. The guide encourages the use of the more inclusive substitutes ‘U.S. citizen’ or ‘Resident of the U.S.’ The guide also tries to get students to stop saying ‘Caucasian,’ ‘illegal Immigrant,’ ‘mother,’ ‘father’ and even the word ‘healthy’ is said to shame those who aren’t healthy.”

9) “Late yesterday afternoon, ACLJ filed a lawsuit on behalf of Brandon Jenkins against officials of The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) in Maryland for denying Brandon admission to its Radiation Therapy Program in part due to his expression of religious beliefs. As one faculty member explained to Brandon, on behalf of CCBC, the ‘field [of radiation therapy] is not the place for religion.’”

10) “A California school co-founded by a firebrand who once called for an ‘intifada’ in the U.S. has become the nation’s first accredited Muslim college.”

11) “According to Coastal Carolina University, sex is only consensual if both parties are completely sober and if consent is not only present, but also enthusiastic. This is a troubling standard that converts many ordinary, lawful sexual encounters into sexual assault, and it should frighten any student at CCU.”

12) “Clemson University apologizes for serving Mexican food… Students took to Twitter to call the event culturally insensitive and to question the school’s efforts to promote diversity… Clemson Dining issued an apology to ‘offended’ students after hosting a ‘Maximum Mexican’ food day.”

13) “All-Women’s College Cancels ‘Vagina Monologues’ Because it Excludes Women Without Vaginas.”

14) “The ‘Black Lives Matter’ leader who landed a teaching gig at Yale University delivered a lecture this week on the historical merits of looting as a form of protest, backing up his lesson with required reading that puts modern-day marauders on par with the patriots behind the Boston Tea Party.”

15) “Assistant Dean (at Cornell) Tells a Project Veritas Investigative Journalist that the University Would Allow an ISIS Terrorist to Hold a ‘Training Camp’ on Campus, Saying: ‘It Would be Like Bringing in a Coach to do a Training on a Sports Team.'”

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*VIDEO* Dangerously Delusional Democrats And The Threat Of Islam

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*VIDEO* AlfonZo Rachel: Radical Islam Is A Global Cancer, But Is It Satanic?


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*VIDEO* Ben Shapiro: The Myth Of The Tiny Radical Muslim Minority


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Radical Muslim Secures U.S. Visa Despite Endorsing Suicide Bombings And The Execution Of Homosexuals

Radical Syrian Cleric Secures U.S. Visa Despite Endorsing Suicide Bombings – Big Peace

A Syrian sheik who labeled all Jews as legitimate targets for suicide bombers and who supports the death penalty for homosexuals is the latest extremist Muslim cleric raising money for Syrian-American groups supporting dictator Bashar al-Assad’s ouster.

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Sheik Mohammad Rateb al-Nabulsi is in the middle of an 11-city tour across America on co-sponsored by the Syrian American Council (SAC) and the Wylie, Texas-based Shaam Relief.

A promotional announcement hails al-Nabulsi as “an internationally-known Muslim scholar, renowned for his scholarship of Islam, who has lent his formidable clerical authority to support human rights, tolerance and respect for all.”

But tolerance is not part of his preaching when it comes to perceived enemies.

Asked about Palestinian suicide bombings in April 2001, al-Nabulsi said he was “too insignificant to give a Sharia ruling or fatwa.” Instead, he extensively cited from two previous fatwas from radical clerics which bless such attacks.

“All the Jewish people are combatants” acceptable as targets for attacks in Israel, al-Nabulsi wrote in his “ruling on martyrdom operations in Palestine.”

“They do not have a career that a military rank does not encounter: doctor, pilot, engineer, for example, is a tank commander. Every civilian, citizen,” he wrote. “They do not have a regular army; they have a reserve army, and all the people can fight, so this is essentially an entirely aggressive entity from A to Z. This is the Sharia ruling.”

Al-Nabulsi’s comments on suicide bombings remain on his website.

Suicide bombings are acceptable because of the overwhelming disadvantage Palestinians have in fighting Israel, he said. And they are effective.

“Therefore beware, the enemy calls the operations suicide, they say: suicide operation to deceive

Muslims, that this is suicide, but we should call them martyrdom operations. A young man in the prime of his years sacrifices his life and shakes an entity,” he wrote. “There is frightening talk. Soon tourism in Israel has become zero; soon immigration to Israel became thirty percent from the impact of these actions. It fell thirty percent. The real fact us that it began now. By God Almighty it was proven to them, It gives victory over them, and inspires us to help them in any way.”

He called Jews the “worst enemies of God” and Islam and “a hotbed of vices and evils.”

The scope of his fatwa is limited to Israel. But it is not his only call to violence. Al-Nabulsi believes that Muslims should violently fight those who “impose their culture… and pornography” on them, as well as those who humiliate Muslims, occupy their lands and take their money, an August 2006 sermon shows.

Yet, al-Nabulsi apparently obtained a visa from the State Department allowing him to conduct his fundraising tour. Under current policy, a foreign national applying for a U.S. visa who is known to have promoted jihad and suicide bombings would be ordinarily deemed “undesirable” and denied a visa, government officials who have been involved in deciding who gets a visa from hostile countries told the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT).

The State Department declined to comment. “Visa records are confidential under U.S. law under the Immigration and Nationality Act,” State Department spokeswoman Katherine Pfaff said in response to an IPT query.

Al-Nabulsi already has visited Spring Hill, Fla., near Tampa; Orlando; Charleston, W.Va.; Milwaukee; Paterson, N.J.; and Falls Church, Va., for the two groups. Shaam Relief raised $65,000 during the Tampa-area stop, according to the charity’s Facebook page.

In Tampa, al-Nabulsi posed for a photograph with Hatem Fariz. In 2006, Fariz pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide goods or services to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. In doing so, he admitted communicating with Ramadan Shallah, who has been the PIJ secretary general since 1995, about a shipment of tapes of Shallah’s statements about the PIJ.

In Paterson Thursday, al-Nabulsi spoke at the Islamic Center of Passaic County. That mosque is led by Mohamed Qatanani, who is fighting deportation efforts based on a 1993 arrest in Israel in which he admitted being a member of Hamas. In addition, Qatanani advocates for blasphemy laws, saying free speech does not give Americans the right to mock things holy to Islam.

Al-Nabulsi will be making two stops in the Detroit area this coming weekend before concluding his tour Jan. 25 in Dallas.

In November, a similar fundraising tour featured Sheik Osama al-Rifai, who endorsed a coalition of jihadist groups called the Islamic Front. He helped raise $3.6 million for the Syrian Sunrise Foundation, which shares several board members with the SAC.

The SAC is one of the major groups lobbying in Washington for support against Assad in Syria.

Many of the Syrian American Council’s members are former members of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood, Molham al-Droubi, a member of the Syrian Brotherhood’s executive committee told the IPT in an exclusive interview. Al-Droubi, however, said there were not any institutional links between the SAC and the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood.

SAC President Talal Sunbulli is among the current or former members of the Muslim Brotherhood who enjoy a role in the organization, according to an international phone book of Muslim Brotherhood members seized by federal investigators. Hussam Ayloush, who runs the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) Los Angeles office, serves as chairman of the organization’s board of directors.

The SAC’s leaders have a history of minimizing the radical Islamist threat in Syria.

Its government relations director Mohammed Ghanem criticized the United States for classifying Jabhat al-Nusra, one of al-Qaida’s two Syrian affiliates, as a terrorist organization in a December 2012 column published in the Washington Post. Ghanem said the move was “disastrous” for how “mainstream” Syrians viewed the United States.

Jabhat al-Nusra’s connection with al-Qaida was known about several months before Ghanem wrote his piece.

Meanwhile, al-Nabulsi’s calls for violent jihad are not limited to Jews in Israel. He includes the Western push for same-sex marriage among the things Muslims need to fight in their jihad.

“So as they would not impose their pornography, and so as not to give us a lesson that marriage is a contract between two persons; not necessarily a man and a woman; it may be between two men or two women,” he wrote in 2010. The message is followed by a verse from the Quran: “And fight them until there’s no more fitnah (disbelief and worshipping of others along with Allah). And (all and every kind of) worship is for Allah (Alone). ” [Al-Baqarah : 193]

Al-Nabulsi took his jihad against homosexuals a step further during an April 2011 talk on Hamas’s al-Aqsa TV.

“Homosexuality offers a filthy place and does not generate offsprings. Homosexuality leads to the destruction of the homosexual,” Al-Nabulsi said. “That’s why homosexuality carries the death penalty.”

Inviting Nabulsi to speak on behalf of the SAC is ironic considering Ayloush’s past statements.

“[I]t is also extremely important to remember that even one person’s support for targeting civilians is one too many. Regardless of one’s religion or belief system, any support for violence should never go unnoticed or unaddressed,” Ayloush wrote in a June 2007 commentary in the Los Angeles Daily News.

Yet Ayloush has been silent about al-Nabulsi’s visit on his Facebook page and in his Twitter feed. Ayloush did not respond to an IPT question sent to his Twitter account asking if he had any objections to al-Nabulsi’s invitation.

But Ayloush is quick to dismiss anyone who connects Islam with violence and hatred as a bigot or an “Islamophobe.”

A Muslim who claims that Islam sanctions bombing innocent civilians was no different than a “KKK member who claims a biblical basis in committing bigoted crimes,” Ayloush told a Southern California newspaper after last April’s Boston Marathon bombing.

“Islam’s teachings are very clear in protecting the sanctity of life,” Ayloush said. “Anyone who claims to be a Muslim cannot act in opposition to those teachings.”

Ayloush denounced anti-Semitism during the 2009 Gaza War in a column he wrote for the Jewish Journal, saying that Islam condemns “all forms of bigotry.”

“Islam not only denounces, in the strongest manner possible, all forms of bigotry,” he wrote, “but specifically teaches Muslims to revere and follow all Hebrew prophets who are praised in the Quran.”

Ayloush’s organization, CAIR, was created by members of a Muslim Brotherhood network in the United States called the Palestine Committee, the committee’s own records show. These records were seized by federal investigators and admitted into evidence in 2007 and 2008 during prosecutions of another Palestine Committee branch called the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development.

Internal documents seized by the FBI show that CAIR and its founders, Omar Ahmad and Nihad Awad, were a part of the Palestine Committee. Both men appear on a telephone list of Palestine Committee members (Ahmad is listed under a pseudonym “Omar Yehya), and CAIR is listed on a meeting agenda listing the committee’s branches.

“[U] ntil we can resolve whether there continues to be a connection between CAIR or its executives and HAMAS,” an FBI official wrote in 2009, “the FBI does not view CAIR as an appropriate liaison partner.” In a 2009 ruling, the presiding judge wrote that he saw “ample evidence to establish the associations of CAIR… with Hamas.”

Asked to condemn Hamas as recently as November, Ayloush angrily said the very act of asking the question was “not acceptable,” and “proves that you have nothing but bigotry in you.” In a blog post a year ago, Ayloush offered his view of groups deserving the label “terrorist.”

“It is used by Israel to describe Palestinians who oppose its illegal and brutal occupation of their land,” he wrote. When it came time to name groups Ayloush accepts as terrorist, no Palestinian entities were included. Instead, he listed “Al Qaeda, Jewish Defense League, KKK, Neo-Nazis, and many others which have engaged in terrorism.”

Fateen Atassi, who also heads the group’s Chicago chapter, is another SAC board member who has had close relations with CAIR. Atassi appeared at a joint press conference with the CAIR Chicago’s Executive Director Ahmed Rehab in August 2012 to protest against the bloodshed in Syria.

Shaam Relief, the other sponsor of al-Nabulsi’s tour, has its own radical streak. Director Ghassan Hitto actively supported the defendants during the Holy Land Foundation’s Hamas-support trial. Hitto pushed the talking point that HLF’s only crime was helping suffering Palestinian children during a July 2007 event in Plano, Texas sponsored by a pro-Holy Land Foundation coalition called the Hungry for Justice Coalition.

“Hungry for Justice is a coalition that strongly believes feeding hungry children, orphans, widows or men is not a crime,” he said. “Hungry for Justice is a coalition that strongly believes opposing the brutal Israeli occupation of Palestine is not a crime. Hungry for Justice is a coalition that strongly believes in due process. Hungry for Justice is a coalition that strongly believes in the first amendment and the freedom of speech.”

Last March the Syrian National Council, the main political arm of the anti-Assad uprising, named Hitto as its interim prime minister. Hitto served in this post until July when he resigned because he could not form an interim government. He was a member of the SAC’s board of directors prior to his appointment as prime minister.

The SAC is not alone among Syrian-American groups in working with pro-jihadist clerics. Last month Mouaz Moustafa, who heads the Syrian Emergency Taskforce (SETF), argued that the United States should reach out to the Islamic Front. He called the jihadist coalition the “best hope” for the West to fight al-Qaida in Syria, although some of the Front’s leaders have friendly relations with Jabhat al-Nusra.

“They should also be seen as the best hope against al-Qaida and the extremists in Syria and also against Hizballah and Assad,” Moustafa said in a podcast. “I think the international community and the West in general must engage with the Islamic Front and need to be more pragmatic and realistic about what is going on ground in Syria in order to bring them on board with whatever political solution will happen in the future.”

Inviting al-Nabulsi and al-Rifai, together with Moustafa’s favorable statements about the Islamic Front suggest that the leaders of these Syrian-American groups may not be as moderate as they publicly claim.

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