An imam who has wished for the end of Zionism, called for a third Intifada and likened Israel to Nazi-era Germany delivered the opening prayer for a session of the US House of Representatives on Thursday.
Quick, what’s the best way to show to America that the Democratic Party has not turned against Israel, and that they don’t stand with the highly anti-semitic rhetoric of Muslim congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tliab? Simple Just ask an anti-Zionist, anti-Jew, and anti-Israel Muslim Imam named Omar Suleiman to come and give the opening prayer at an official session of Congress. Wait, what?
“I will also gather all nations, and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel, whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land.” Joel 3:2 (KJV)
So thank you, Nancy Pelosi and the rest of you Israel-hating Democrats, for confirming what we already knew. It will make Donald Trump’s upcoming re-election in 2020 all the more sweeter, truly it will. Am Yisrael Chai.
Anti-Zionist imam delivers opening prayers in US House
FROM TIMES OF ISRAEL: Omar Suleiman, the founder and president of the Dallas-based Yaqeen Institute, an organization that describes itself as a resource about Islam, referred to recent attacks on houses of worship — which has included synagogues in the United States — in his opening remarks.
“Let us not be deterred by the hatred that has claimed the lives of innocent worshipers across the world, but emboldened by the love that gathered them together to remember you and gathered us together to remember them,” Suleiman said in a short prayer after being introduced by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat.
How to make money off of an illegal occupation. Apartheid sells in Israel. https://t.co/a8YfVottNp
— Omar Suleiman (@omarsuleiman504) October 30, 2016
Omar Suleiman has a long record of incendiary social media statements about Israel, as compiled two years ago by Petra Marquardt-Bigman, a researcher, and posted on the Algemeiner Jewish news site. He has on multiple occasions wished for a third Palestinian Intifada, or violent uprising, likened Israeli troops to Nazis, and has wished for the end of Zionism, calling Zionists “the enemies of God.” He is a backer of the boycott Israel BDS Movement.
People at Nancy Pelosi’s office did not reply to multiple requests for comment by publishing time.
Republican Representative Lee Zeldin of New York, who is Jewish, said in a statement that inviting Suleiman to deliver the opening prayer was a “terribly bad call.” Suleiman’s congresswoman, Democratic Representative Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas, reportedly invited him to deliver the prayer.
Suleiman in 2016 was at the scene of an anti-police shooting, in which five policemen were slain. He delivered a prayer at a memorial service a week later appearing on a stage with Texas’ two Republican senators, Ted Cruz and John Cornyn, then-president Barack Obama and former president George W. Bush. READ MORE
Imam Omar Suleiman Delivers Opening Prayer in US House of Representatives
The Muslim imam chosen by Democrats to to give the opening invocation for Congress this week has a record of anti-Israel rhetoric and pro-Palestinian activism. Imam Omar Suleiman, 33, was invited to give the prayer by Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas after he gave the invocation last year at the Texas Democratic Convention. Based in Irving, Texas, he is the founder and president of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research and a professor of Islamic studies at Southern Methodist University. The invitation came after controversy about anti-Semitic comments made by Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota that dismayed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
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