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Hugh Fitzgerald: From The Azzi Archives Of “Ask a Muslim Anything” (Part One)

Robert Azzi has for several years been staging his “Ask a Muslim Anything” events in New Hampshire. In a display of ostentatious openness, he presents a sanitized version of Islam, describes Muslims in America feeling besieged and deserving of our sympathy, and mocks our baseless “fears” about Islam, and about the need to understand the “real Islam.”

Here’s one more of the write-ups of his appearance, this dating from 2017.

“Exeter resident and photojournalist, columnist, public speaker and education consultant Robert Azzi, who is Muslim, was on hand to lead a dialogue about issues of identity, fear, conflict, interfaith relations, international affairs and Islamophobia for the sizable crowd that filled up the Levenson Room in the library.

“We definitely live in changing times, it’s important we come together and have a dialogue,” said Portsmouth Library Director Steve Butzel before introducing Azzi. “We’re going to come together as a community and we’re probably going to learn a few things.”

“What’s happening in Washington is not just marginalization of Muslims but it’s an indication of how communities of color and minority communities may be treated in the future in this country,” said Azzi. “No one people stands alone and no person or community is discriminated against without it affecting other communities. To the extent Muslims are marginalized or not heard in this country, whether we are Muslim or non-Muslim; part of the 1 percent or the 99 percent, it makes us all less secure.”

Comment;

What ‘marginalization of Muslims” has taken place in this country? In 2017 there was what Azzi and other Muslim apologists call a “Muslim ban.” But in fact, that “Muslim ban” included both North Korea and Venezuela, both non-Muslim countries, and the five Muslim countries included represented only 5% of the world’s Muslims. The ban was directed not at Muslim countries, otherwise another fifty of them would have been included, but only at countries whose security measures were deemed insufficient by the Department of Homeland Security. This was soberly explained by Mr. Justice Roberts, in his opinion in Trump v. Hawaii.

Only five Muslim states were affected in any way by the travel ban. Two Muslim states, Iraq and Chad, were initially included, but then were dropped from the original list after further study of their domestic security. No Muslims coming from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Egypt, Algeria, Indonesia, and 45 other Muslim countries see any change in their status. No Muslims coming from France or Great Britain or Germany or a dozen other European countries are affected. This has to be kept constantly in mind, and constantly repeated in the face of so many shrill cries about “a Muslim ban.’ . Those who are outraged by what they misleadingly call a “travel ban on Muslims” should be reminded that for 95% of the world’s Muslims, nothing has changed. Furthermore, individuals from the affected countries can even apply for an exemption.

“The conversation [at Azzi’s event] shifted to some of the root causes that lead to misunderstanding between the West and the Muslim world. The majority of which stems from a long history of economic and political control on the part of Western powers.

″The anger felt in the Middle East is not just at America but at a West that they believe, in part, spent a century or two colonizing and exploiting their resources, of limiting their opportunities, of keeping them subservient in many cases to the great powers, to denying them access to freedoms that which[sic] the West was enjoying and not giving anything back,” said Azzi. “It created cultures that are fractured and more tribal. If we just take today, the United States is militarily involved in the seven countries that are part of the immigration ban.”

Comment:

Muslims have been waging Jihad against non-Muslims for the past 1,400 years. They did so in 700, 1000, 1200, 1500, 1800, and in all the centuries and years between, right through to 2019, for the same immutable reason: that they are commanded to do so in 109 verses in the Qur’an — “to fight” and “to kill” and “to strike terror” in the hearts of the Infidels. They don’t need a specific reason, as Azzi thinks, to wage jihad against those they believe to be the “most vile of created beings”

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The waBenzi of the West Bank and Gaza

Africans have a sardonic name for their corrupt leaders.“waBenzi” (the “People of the Mercedes-Benz”).who drive those luxury vehicles up and down the handful of paved roads in the countries they rule over, the countries from whose treasuries they help themselves to. But the “Palestinian” waBenzi have outdone any African leader in the scale of their corruption.

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