May 20, 2014, - 3:10 pm
HUH?! Muslim New Jersey Councilman Says US City is “Part of Palestine”; Palestinian Flag Raised Over NJ City by Muslim Charged w Violence
A Muslim City Councilman in Chris Chrispiecreme’s favorite city, Paterson, New Jersey, declared that the American city is “part of Palestine,” while other Muslims and the city’s mayor raised the Palestinian flag over the city to protest Israel’s existence on Sunday.
Last year, I told you about Paterson’s mayor raising the Palestinian flag, and this year, the city did it again, with its several Muslim elected officials declaring that the the flag was raised to commemorate the “Nakba”–Arabic for the “catastrophe,” which is how they describe Israel’s existence. Not the West Bank or Gaza, but ALL of Israel. This is no different than calling for the erasing of Israel and Jews from the earth. Same thing.
As I noted, last year, and in many previous posts on this site over the years, Paterson is the American city with the highest concentration of Palestinians. The city, the site of many pro-9/11 cheers and riots on the day of the attacks, also has a number of other Muslims who have grown to dominate the city’s demographics and elections. It is ground zero (just as Dearbornistan, Michigan and a growing number of other American cities are) for what happens when we do nothing to stop Islamic immigration. They take over and embrace the radical chic of terrorists. Chris Christie has repeatedly “reached out” and campaigned to Paterson’s extremist Muslims, even sparing a HAMAS terrorist from deportation and appointing his extremist Paterson HAMASnik Muslim lawyer to a judgeship. Notice that Gov. Chrispiecreme did not denounce the Palestinian flag raising and declarations against Israel’s existence, last year, and he didn’t this year, either. He never will.
Mohammed Akhtaruzzaman, one of the Muslim city councilman at the flag raising, faced two separate criminal charges last year for inciting mob violence against three other Muslims. Like I always say, you can take ’em out of the Muslim world, but you can’t take Muslim world values of violence and destruction out of them.
For the second year in a row, Palestinians gathered at City Hall in Paterson on Sunday to raise their flag. . . . The Palestinian national anthem played and a crowd of about 200 cheered as Mayor Jeffery Jones hoisted the red, black, white and green flag. A local tradition had been born . . . . We can assure you we will not get tired,” said Somaia Barghougt, Palestine’s senior adviser to the United Nations, “until Palestine is a free, independent and democratic state.”
Hmmm . . . ever look at the lyrics of the Palestinian National Anthem? It’s called “Fedayee,” which–while it literally translates to “redeemer,” “resistor,” or “revolutionary”–is actually a reference to Palestinian Muslim terrorists, who are, plural, “Fedayeen,” and singular, “Fedayee.” In Islam, a “fedayee” or “fada’i” is one who is willing to sacrifice his life for the Islamic cause. Here’s a taste of the “anthem”:
Fedayee, Fedayee Fedayee [Palestinian terrorist, Palestinian terrorist, Palestinian terrorist]
My people, people of eternity
With my determination, my fire and the volcano of my vendetta . . . .
With the resolve of the winds and the fire of the weapons
And the determination of my nation in the land of struggle
Palestine is my home, Palestine is my fire,
Palestine is my vendetta and the land of withstanding . . .
By my land and nation, and the fire of pain
I will live as a Fedayee [Palestinian terrorist], I will remain a redeemer,
I will die as a Fedayee [Palestinian terrorist] – until my country returns
Fedayee [Palestinian terrorist].
Charming national anthem stuff, right?
Back to the terrorist flag-raising:
The flag-raising was sponsored by the Paterson-based Arab American Civic Organization and coincided with Nakba Day, which Palestinians observe each May 15. . . . Several speakers compared the struggle for Palestinian statehood to that of America’s war for independence from Britain. “Our Founding Fathers sacrificed so much for the Stars and Stripes and it behooves us all to recognize that by standing and supporting nations who long for freedom and independence,” said Khader “Ken” Abuassab, vice president of the Arab American Civic Organization. “Washington, Lincoln, FDR, Eisenhower and Kennedy all stood by people who need American help and guidance. Mayor Jones, by raising the Palestinian flag today at City Hall, you are honoring a great American tradition and you are following in the footsteps of the Founding Fathers.”
Hmmm . . . how many schoolbuses filled with children, how many bars and pizza joints and hotels filled with innocent civilians did the Founding Fathers, Washington, Lincoln, FDR, Eisenhower, and Kennedy blow up? How many people did they rip apart alive? How many families did they murder, including six-month-old babies, while the families were sleeping on a religious holiday?
“We are glad you are Patersonians,” Jones said. “We are glad you are part of the city.” . . . Lauren Murphy, the wife of Passaic County and state Democratic Chairman John Currie, stood alongside Paterson City Council President Andre Sayegh, who finished second in Tuesday’s mayoral election. Also present were Paterson city Councilman Mohammed Akhtaruzzaman and Maritza Davila, who was elected to the City Council on Tuesday.
“South Paterson is a major piece of Palestine,” said Sayegh, who represents the city’s heavily Arabic 6th Ward. “We are a better Paterson because of Palestinians.”
Well, as I pointed out, Palestinians are already calling Brooklyn, “West Bank Brooklyn,” and in a few generations, America will know what it feels like to have Muslim interloper terrorists taking over through force and through immigration and birth jihads.
Today, Paterson, tomorrow your town, because politicians like George W. Bush and Barack Obama used the 9/11 attacks to reward Muslims with more invasion . . . er, “immigration” and appeasement.
Good luck with that. In a few generations, our President will be in the same position as Goodluck Jonathan. And, given 9/11, we’ve already been there, done that. Yay, America.
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