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What About Ilhan Omar’s Selective Memory?

Representatives Ilhan Omar, Pressley, Ocasio-cortez, and Tlaib at a news conference where Omar refused to dignify President Trump’s claim she is Pro-Al Qaeda, July 15, 2019. Photo: C-SPAN.

HOLLYWOOD, FL – Ilhan Omar, who is actively promoting the Boycott-Divest-Sanction Movement (BDS) against Israel, while also raising funds for Islamic terrorist groups, and for groups self-defined as enemies of the United States, claims that boycotting Israel is like boycotting Nazi Germany.

What is going on in Ilhan’s mind that she could find it valid to compare a nation, about which it is approximately accurate to say that all of its Jewish citizens have lost relatives who were slaughtered en masse by the Nazi regime, to the regime that carried out that slaughter. 

Ironically, it was the Mufti of Jerusalem, himself an Islamic terrorist, who collaborated closely with the Nazi regime during its period of active annihilation of Jews in Europe. The Mufti was also instrumental in recruiting tens of thousands of Islamic jihadis, who formed divisions that fought for Nazi Germany during World War ll, and who assisted in the genocide in Europe. 

Why would Ilhan Omar expect the world not to remember the Islamic atrocities of World War ll? Or the bloodbath of extermination by the Ottoman Turks of Armenian and other Christians? Or the Yazidis and others burnt alive by Islamic jihadis? Or the 80 million Hindus slaughtered by the invading Islamic murderers, after which some say the Hindu Kush Range is named? Or the 120 million Africans murdered or enslaved by Arab slave traders? Or the rest of the blood-soaked history of 14 centuries of Islamic jihad?


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Above was stated that the Mufti’s collaboration with Nazi Germany was ironic. But in hindsight, that was stated in error. In fact, there was nothing ironic about it. It was perfectly natural. 

Mohammad, after all, advanced his career as the messenger of Allah by slaughtering Jewish tribes in Arabia. It was the beginning of the formation of his Modus Operandi as the perfect example of human virtue that all Islamofascists are to follow. And a good deal of Sharia instructs Mohammad’s followers with regard to how they must hate, shun, revile, persecute, terrorize, mutilate, rape, murder, crucify, behead, enslave, tax and subjugate nonbelievers in general, and Jews in particular.

One of the terrorist groups openly supported by Ilhan Omar, Hamas, which is self-described as a wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, quotes Mohammad in Article 7 of the Hamas Charter:

“The Day of Judgment will not come about until Moslems fight Jews and kill them. Then, the Jews will hide behind rocks and trees, and the rocks and trees will cry out: ‘O Moslem, there is a Jew hiding behind me, come and kill him.”

It would appear that Mohammad had an issue with Jews. So it is no wonder that so does Ilhan Omar, whose clearly antisemitic rhetoric, activities, and ideology are all a matter of record.

Maybe Ilhan really is unaware of the essentially fascistic nature of her ideology. May her memory really is defective. Our memory, however, is not. We do not forget. And we do not embrace Fascism, whether it goes by the name of Nazism or Sharia.

In closing, just an interesting bit of trivia: Hitler’s doctrinal statement, “Mein Kampf,” has for long been and remains a bestseller throughout the Islamofascist Middle East.


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