Muslim Student Defends Israel at the Jew-hating U.N.
Translation: Don't Tread on Me
Here at Seraphic Secret we're always hearing about the vast ocean of moderate Muslims who oppose the, er, minority of radical Islamists.
For the most part, we dismiss this view because as history tell us--over and over again--a silent and ethically pliable majority easily slip into the role of enthusiastic genocidaires.
Thus, when a true moderate Muslim steps forward and speaks unspeakable truths in defense of Israel and the Jewish people we praise this rare and courageous behavior.
Amran Hussain, a Muslim, spoke at the UN on behalf of the European Union of Jewish Students. We admit to a queasy feeling in the pit of the stomach, fearing for the life of this decent young man, for in the Muslim world, he will, no doubt, be denounced as a heretic and agent of the Mossad.
Take note, in just under five minutes, Mr. Hussain unleashes a barrage of self-evident truths that were deliberately ignored and distorted by Mr. Goldstone in the seven-hundred page blood libel that bears his name and which he now (sorta) recants. Goldstone will be inscribed in Jewish history as a willing tool of Amalek.
H/T Elder of Ziyon via Ori Peleg
Eight U.N. workers were butchered, several beheaded, in Afghanistan by a mob of Muslims. The justification, and there is always some dopey grievance put forth to disguise barbarism, is the burning of a Koran by Terry Jones, a loathsome creature--for his celebrations of U.S. servicemen's deaths--who calls himself a Christian. Let us be morally clear: it is the Muslims rioters and murderers who are responsible for the atrocity. Mr. Jones and the Koran burning are just a convenient pretext.
Look for the U.N. to blame Israel/Jews/Zionist agents for the murders. It is, sigh, inevitable.
Meanwhile, in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood are, as Seraphic Secret predicted--common sense is a great asset when analyzing geo-politics; that and the blessed absence of an Ivy League education--is consolidating its power and forming a death grip on the country.