The nazis were cocky, too. Once.
On Holocaust Remembrance day, this century's nazis and brownshirts are doing the Hitler jig and demanding the imposition of the most radical and extreme ideology on the planet, the sharia.
PHILADELPHIA, April 19, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Muslim civil rights organization supports students challenging hate speech
The Philadelphia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Philadelphia) today expressed concern about the hostile learning environment that may result from an upcoming event at Temple University featuring a speaker who claims Islam is a "poison to a society" and others who are leaders of organizations designated as anti-Muslim hate groups and who were cited by Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik.
SEE: Occupy Activists to Protest Anti-Muslim Event at Temple http://bit.ly/JgR5DL
The April 23 "Islamic Apartheid Conference" features Nonie Darwish, a notorious Islamophobe who has stated that Islam must be "annihilated."
In a video of Darwish speaking at a protest in Florida, she states: "Islam is a poison to a society. . .Islam should be feared, and should be fought, and should be conquered, and defeated, and annihilated, and it's going to happen. Ladies and gentlemen, Islam is going to be brought down. . .Because Islam is based on lies and it's not based on the truth. I have no doubt whatsoever that Islam is going to be destroyed."
Video: Nonie Darwish Says Islam Should be 'Annihilated' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv6TBnmc_vI
"Everyone, even haters, has a right to free speech," said CAIR-Philadelphia Civil Rights Director and Staff Attorney Amara S. Chaudhry. "Those of us who challenge bigotry must exercise our First Amendment right to speak out against hate speech -- especially speech that may encourage others to commit violent acts."
"Hate speech should be relegated to the fringes of our society, not given a platform at a prestigious university," said CAIR-Philadelphia Executive Director Moein Khawaja. "We are concerned about the hostile learning environment that may be created for Muslim students and staff by the hosting of this hate event."
He said the Islamophobic speakers have a First Amendment right to express their hate-filled views, but the university has no obligation to help promote extremism, and those who seek mutual understanding also have a right to peaceful protest.
SEE: Protest Anti-Muslim Bigots at Temple University http://tinyurl.com/c2r6nkw
Khawaja noted that Nonie Darwish told the New York Times: "A mosque is not just a place for worship. It's a place where war is started, where commandments to do jihad start, where incitements against non-Muslims occur. It's a place where ammunition was stored."
Video: Nonie Darwish Says Mosques are 'Where War is Started' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icyoDzAkPP4 Across Nation, Mosque Projects Meet Opposition (NY Times) http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/08/us/08mosque.html
The rally at which Darwish called for the annihilation of Islam was sponsored by the hate group Stop Islamization of America (SIOA). SIOA, which has been designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, is headed by two of the other speakers at the event, Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer. Spencer heads yet another organization designated as a hate group by the SPLC.
Geller bragged online that she uses a Quran, Islam's holy text, as a doorstop. Two hotels, one in Texas and another in Tennessee, dropped scheduled events that featured Geller as a speaker. Her hate blog was cited by the terrorist who went on a killing spree last year in Norway.
Another Hotel Turns Away Pamela Geller and Anti-Shariah Group http://tinyurl.com/3mgw6pn
Geller has claimed that "Hitler and the Nazis were inspired by Islam" and that Islam "mandates" lies and deception. She has also posted images on her blog that include a fake photograph of then Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan in a Nazi uniform, another fake image of President Obama urinating on an American flag, and drawings purporting to depict Islam's Prophet Muhammad as a pig.
Two of America's most high-profile anti-Muslim bigots will gather at Temple this April 23 for something called the "Islamic Apartheid Conference”: Pamela Geller, who has called Barack Obama is a Muslim and ignited the whole “Ground Zero Mosque” fiasco; and Robert Spencer, co-leader of Stop Islamization of America, an organization the Southern Poverty Law Center has classified as a hate group.
Temple students and Occupy activists are organizing a protest, and Geller has responded by attacking university critics as “brownshirts,” “subversives,” “jihadists,” and “fascists.” She calls the activists' Facebook page “Goebbels propaganda.”
The event, she says, is dedicated to “exposing the suffering of millions of women and non-Muslims living under the oppression and subjugation of the sharia and debunking the vile lies and blood libels spread about the state of Israel by Islamic supremacists and their lapdog apologists.”
Unfortunately, this is Geller's second trip to Philly this spring. In March, she spoke at an event hosted by the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) Greater Philadelphia District.
Is Geller anti-Muslim? I will quote at length from my previous post:
In her words: "Islam is not a race. This is an ideology. This is an extreme ideology, the most radical and extreme ideology on the face of the earth."
She went on to make a movie called “The Ground Zero Mosque: The Second Wave of the 911 Attacks.”
“I think a lot of people are offended by the potential placement of this mosque,” ZOA Philadelphia Executive Director Steve Feldman tells City Paper. “There is a history within Islam over the centuries of creating what are known as triumphal mosques in places where they've been victorious in wars and attacks, over the sites of temples and synagogues. Look no further than the Temple Mount of Jerusalem.”