Dec. 13, 2015
…”in addition to encouraging jihad, Islamic popular culture highly honors jihadists, martyrs and their families after their deaths or suicide attacks. I grew up watching Islamic leaders and politicians give preferential treatment in hiring to the jihadists and their families. Awards, financial rewards and life pensions are given to the families of those who die in the jihad. That is not only in Gaza and the West Bank, but also all over the Middle East….”
Wikipedia: Nonie Darwish (Arabic: نوني درويش; born 1949) is an Egyptian-American human rights activist and critic of Islam, and founder of Arabs for Israel, and is Director of Former Muslims United. She is the author of three books….Born in Egypt, Darwish is the daughter of an Egyptian Army lieutenant general, who was called a “shahid” by the Egyptian presidentGamal Abdel Nasser, after being killed in a targeted killing by the Israel Defense Forces in 1956. Darwish blames “the Middle Eastern Islamic culture and the propaganda of hatred taught to children from birth” for his death. In 1978, she moved with her husband to the United States, and converted to Christianity there. In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks, she has written on Islam-related topics.