Study the history of the Jews. They have always back-stabbed everyone who has taken pity on them and made the ‘fatal’ error of giving them shelter. – Aafia Siddiqui in a letter to Barack Obama in 2010.
It is this cruel, ungrateful back-stabbing of the Jews that has caused them to be mercilessly expelled from wherever they gain strength. This why ‘holocausts’ keep happening to them repeatedly!
If they would only learn to be grateful and change their behavior!
Malik Faisal Akram was a big fan of the “Lady al Qaeda” (Siddiqui), who preached hate in the above quotes when she wrote to Barack Obama after her 2010 trial. She was sentenced to 86 years in prison for attempted murder of law enforcement officers.
During that trial, she showed her fangs, when she demanded that jurors undergo DNA tests to ensure there were no Jews on her jury.
Fanatical admirer, Akram, told the world she should be released from jail, as he held a rabbi and congregants hostage for ten hours on Saturday inside the Beth Israel synagogue, Colleyville, Texas.
Someone up there answered prayers of millions of tv viewers and the hostages escaped on Saturday night. Akram was killed when SWAT then stormed the synagogue. Thankfully, we won’t hear his terrorist rantings at some future trial.
Speaking of rantings, there’s the Council on American Islamic Relations, which did its usual delusional, propaganda, cover-your-rear interview, denying any approval of Akram’s effort to release Siddiqui, even though they share his views.
During a joint press conference (video below) with Siddiqui’s attorney on Sunday, CAIR’s Dallas director, Faizan Syed, said his group had no prior relationship to the assailant, but also seek clemency for Siddiqui.
Syed and Siddiqui’s attorney, Marwa Elbially, were pressed by reporters on anti-Jewish remarks by Siddiqui that could lead her supporters to attack worshippers in a synagogue.
Elbially actually said Siddiqui was suffering from mental illness during her trial, due to alleged abuse she was subjected to in CIA custody. When asked if Siddiqui later renounced her anti-Jewish views since 2010, CAIR and Elbially avoided the question..
Syed also excused her hate-speech comments, alleging they were made after Siddiqui was “put into [CIA] black sites.”
Syed said Akram’s decision to attack the synagogue in Colleyville, near Fort Worth, was likely driven by “potential mental illness.”
And if you believe that one…