Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Obama Adviser Criticizes Assad for not "Resisting" Israel Harder


Barack Obama appointed Dalia Mogahed to the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.

So, this woman is an adviser in the administration and she believes that Syrian dictator Assad cannot deliver the necessary "resistance" to the Jewish state?... as if war with Israel is a good thing?

Oh, yes, Barack Obama is Israel's BFF, for certain.


  1. She said it bad, no doubt, by trying to be so glib, but it would be unfair to misconstrue.

    I think she reinforced that there is an underlying Syrian bigotry toward minorities and Israel (Jews), from top to bottom.

    1. Well, you may be right.

      She's being called out in various places and we'll see how, or if, she responds.

      I read elsewhere that she has also publicly supported Sharia, so...

    2. Here is that sharia story:


    3. Per your link, she said:

      "I think the reason so many women support sharia is because they have a very different understanding of sharia than the common perception in Western media . . . . The majority of women around the world associate gender justice, or justice for women, with sharia compliance."

      Sharia is associated with gender justice?


      The truth, of course, is that Sharia is associated with gender justice like it's associated with civic equality for Jews.

      1,300 years we had of that "justice" and "equality."

      1,300 years of Jewish history is ignored entirely because some people, including very many Jews, find it politically inconvenient.

      Y'know, the Jewish people are messed up. And Jewish leftists, for certain, are the worst. They are willing to sweep Jewish history entirely under the rug in order to placate "Palestinians."

      Can you imagine African-Americans seeking to sweep the history of slavery under the rug in order to appease contemporary Republicans?

      Because that is precisely what the Jewish left does when it fails to provide the long historical context to this Koranically-fueled conflict.