Many have criticized me for my vocal denunciations of American Jewish leadership. Many Jews have been my most vocal critics: The Toronto Board of Rabbis, the embarrassingly self-loathing Union of Reform Judaism, the lost and dangerous NY Rabbis, UJA- LA, etc. It is not me that they expose; it is themselves.
These quisling Jews are a pox on our house. Twinning with jihad mosques, stepping and fetching for Muslim Brotherhood groups, they are this century’s kapos — aiding and abetting our executioners. It would make sense that if you oppose my work, you support jihad and Jew-hatred.
So it is no surprise that the next generation of Jews spawned by these cretins is leading BDS movements.
How is this different from Jews in Germany paying homage to the Nazis before the slaughter began (above)? Today’s slaughter of the Jews is ongoing, with the promise of complete annihilation.
“Head of Jewish LGBTQ group fears for Muslims after attack,” by Amanda Borschel-Dan, Times of Israel, June 13, 2016:
The first calls and emails Idit Klein received after hearing the news of the horrific attack that killed at least 50 at an Orlando gay bar on June 12 were from Muslim leaders expressing their sorrow and solidarity.
“Within a very short time of news breaking about the attack colleagues in the Muslim community reached out to say, ‘Our hearts are with you, our prayers are with you. What can we do to express our solidarity?’” said Klein.
Since 2001, Klein has served as executive director of Keshet, a Boston-based national non-profit organization with a $2m. annual budget that works in some 200 communities for LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Jewish life….
For Klein, the immediate condemnation by American Muslim leaders is “historically important.”
Among the many Muslim voices, the Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Florida) released a statement shortly after the attack condemning the killings.
“We condemn this monstrous attack and offer our heartfelt condolences to the families and loved ones of all those killed or injured,” said CAIR-Florida’s Orlando Regional Coordinator Rasha Mubarak. “The Muslim community joins our fellow Americans in repudiating anyone or any group that would claim to justify or excuse such an appalling act of violence.”
Klein said that although some “courageous leaders” have pushed their community, Islam is not known to be progressive on LGBTQ issues. The widespread condemnation of the massive attack which targeted the gay community is “a reason to feel some hope even in this time of sadness….
Klein is equally troubled by the prospect of a backlash against the American Muslim community — those who reached out first upon hearing the news Sunday morning.
This is an election year which has seen a December 2015 call from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for a “total and complete shutdown” on Muslim immigration. The attack, fears Klein, “will inflame the very vicious rhetoric we’ve been hearing regarding Muslims and the Muslim community.
“Vilification of the Muslim community will certainly be in part a result of this tragedy,” she said.
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