Now Islamic supremacists and their leftist lapdogs are targeting US attorneys and prosecutors who represent the people of this great nation in the prosecution of criminal offenses. They are being targeted, harassed and menaced for enforcing American law in American courts (as opposed to the sharia).
The Holy Land Foundation trial was the largest terrorist (Hamas) funding trial in our nation's history. Zakat (islamic charity) was used to fund violence, supremacism, jihad.
It was an historic trial and succeeded in the prosecution of stealth jihadist in the United States. Hamas-CAIR and scores of other Muslim Brotherhood groups were named un-indicted co-conspirators and Muslim Brotherhood proxies.
So is not surprising that the Hamas-trained Muslim group, the violent "Students for Justice in Palestine," protested against the US attorney who successfully prosecuted that case by disrupting and shutting down a lecture of his. So now it becomes crystal clear that any opposition to jihadi war, Islamic imperialism, Islamic supremacism, and the ruthless war on non-Muslims across the world is "racist" (Islam is not a race) and "islamophobic" (opposition to mass urder is not a phobia).
Here's one account from a seditious traitor:
Protesters shut down presentation by Holy Land 5 prosecutor Barry Jonas
Jonas is currently on case of anti-war and international solidarity activistsFight Back News
"Hands off our families, hands off our friends! Barry Jonas, this must end!" This chant rang out in front of DePaul’s College of Law in Chicago, where over 30 protesters gathered to denounce Assistant U.S. Attorney Barry Jonas’ speaking at an event titled, “Fighting Terrorism in the Courtroom,” about government targeting of charity organizations that send humanitarian aid to Palestinians, especially the Holy Land Foundation (HLF).
The Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter at DePaul raised the call, “Hey DePaul, let’s be clear - racists are not welcome here!” Other members of SJP organized a silent protest outside the door of the event, giving visual representation to how Palestinians are often silenced and reminding attendees of the killing of Palestinians at the hands of the Israeli military.
Jonas is the notorious anti-Palestinian ideologue who is guilty of prosecutorial misconduct in the HLF case - most egregiously denying the defendants their constitutional right to confront witnesses against them, specifically an Israeli intelligence officer who refused to release his identity, agreeing only to testify under a pseudonym. This and many other constitutional violations led to the convictions of five leaders of HLF, each now serving decades in prison.
A number of protesters went inside the event to confront Jonas directly, putting themselves face to face with him and his supporters. Some questioned the audience, asking how an institution that claims to stand for justice could allow a presentation rooted in Islamophobia and racism. Others spoke to Jonas directly.[...]
Jonas’ supporters revealed even more about the true nature and character of these investigations. One shouted that he hoped Iosbaker would be “indicted tomorrow,” and another suggested using torture techniques on a protester who was being escorted out of the event by the police. In the morning, an organizer of the event told a DePaul law student, who was passing out leaflets about Jonas’ history of attacks on Palestinians, that she would make the rest of his career at the College of Law very difficult for him. She also stated that he may be in violation of student conduct rules by objecting to Jonas and that his protest would most certainly be a roadblock to his ability to practice law in the future.
Despite the bloodthirstiness of his supporters, Jonas and his co-panelist, Stephen J. Landes, crumbled under the pressure of the dissenters. They could not make it through the whole presentation and the event ended half an hour early, much to the embarrassment of the Judaic Studies faculty, students and staff who organized the event.
Jonas was escorted out of a back entrance to avoid contact with protesters, but the picket outside DePaul continued. Attendees left hearing the sound of chants like, “Hey hey, ho ho, Islamophobia has got to go!” Muhammad Sankari, a member of the Chicago chapter of the U.S. Palestinian Community Network (USPCN) and a protester, said, “Our shutting down of Jonas was a major victory. These people cannot just spew their racism with impunity.”