Reema Dodin and Shuwanza Goff were each named deputy director of the Office of Legislative Affairs.
Caroline Glick points out that “Biden just appted a woman who justified suicide bombings to serve as his deputy legislative director.”
It’s a fact: If Biden becomes president, Islam will be back in the White House. Even worst: there will be a Palestinian in the White House.
Reema Dodin is of Palestinian Arab descent. She was born to Palestinian immigrants in North Carolina.
According to Key Wiki:
Senator Dick Durbin’s “Muslim Rights” hearing held on March 29 2011, by the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Human Rights was heavily influenced by a Durbin staffer.
The key staffer is Reema Dodin.
- Dodin was a member of the Muslim Student Association, which was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood.
- She is in regular contact with CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations, which is an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism case.
- Dodin was cited in the book “Muslim Mafia” as one of the moles who had cultivated contacts inside the offices of key Democrat leaders.
- It was Dodin who recommended the top witness for the March 29 hearing – fellow San Francisco-area activist Farhana Khera. He is founder of Muslim Advocates, an organization that has sued the Department of Justice to force it to disclose the FBI’s undercover operations to disrupt terrorist activities inside radical mosques. Muslim Advocates also advises Muslim witnesses or suspects to not talk to the FBI.
“The election of two Muslim congressmen (Reps. Ellison and Carson) has given the Muslim-American electorate some points of light to look towards and feel part of the system, even when the system may not always make them feel that way,”
Over at the Senate, CAIR has cultivated Muslim moles inside the offices of key Democrat leaders – including Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on human rights. His aide Reema Dodin – who’s in regular contact with CAIR – is a Palestinian rights activist who organized anti-Israel rallies as a campus radical at UC Berkeley.
Commenting on the 9/11 attacks as a leader of the radical Muslim Students Association – which was founded by Muslim Brotherhood members – Dodin explained away the suicide attacks as a tragic but inevitable response to U.S. support for Israel, which she says is “angering” Muslims the world over.
“No one wants to stop and think that these young men, in the prime of their lives, choose to do this to themselves. Why?” she said in an interview with a campus magazine. “Because now you have three generations of Palestinians born under occupation.
“Maybe if you start to look at Palestinians as human beings,” she added, “you will stop the suicide bombers.”
Dodin went on to justify violent jihad. “Islam does teach that you must defend yourself,” she said. “You cannot lie down and allow yourself, your home, your property, your family, and your people to be consistently oppressed.”
At the same time, she condemned U.S. strikes against the Taliban and al-Qaida in Afghanistan, complaining that the military was “just going to hit innocent civilians.”
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