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The jihadi threat…Pamela Geller’s letter to the National Post

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The jihadi threat

Re: Harper’s Support For Israel Is Welcome — But Oddly Manic, Jonathan Kay, Jan. 22.
Stephen Harper is standing with Israel, and Jonathan Kay isn’t happy. He complained Wednesday about the Harper government’s supposed “fixation” with Israel, and criticized Mr. Harper for including in his delegation, “a Rabbi who has offered public support to Pamela Geller, an anti-Islamic conspiracy theorist.”

When have I ever trafficked in conspiracy theories? A captured internal Muslim Brotherhood document explains that the Brotherhood sees its work in America as “a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house.” This document names virtually all major Muslim groups in the U.S. and Canada as allies. That is not conspiracy theory. That is conspiracy fact.

Mr. Kay says the charge that the National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) has Hamas ties is “lazy, apparently baseless, and possibly libelous.” Is Mr. Kay unaware of the evidence? Not coincidentally, Mr. Kay recently appeared at an NCCM event with smear merchant Nathan Lean of Reza Aslan’s Aslan Media, who relentlessly defames anyone who stands against terrorism.

It’s appalling that Mr. Kay demeans Mr. Harper’s pro-Israel stand. Opposing jihad is unpopular among elites; Jew-bashing is the cause du jour. Following the wolf pack are lemmings like Mr. Kay, who sell out their own people to stay relevant. Why do we never hear politicians being criticized in these same pages for being too pro-Islam or too pro-Sharia? Perhaps it’s because they want to keep their heads, and their paychecks.
Pamela Geller, New York.

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