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Aaron Klein interviews Mohammad Zoabi - Part I

A Muslim Arab teenager receiving death threats for posting a YouTube video in which he expressed solidarity with three kidnapped Israeli youths said Sunday in a radio interview he does not regret speaking out publicly for the Jewish state, which he referred to as “light of hope in the Middle East.”

Speaking Sunday on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on New York’s 970 AM The Answer, Zoabi said while he does not fear for himself, he is afraid of threats to his mother, who has publicly defended her son.

In his YouTube video, Zoabi labels as “terrorists” those who last week kidnapped three Israeli teenagers, one a dual U.S.-Israeli citizen. He affirms his identity as a Muslim citizen of Israel, which he calls a “Jewish and a democratic country,” while urging Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to negotiate with terrorists.

For Israelis, Mohammad Zoabi’s statements are particularly significant since he is a relative of Haneen Zoabi, an Israeli Knesset member notorious for her anti-Zionist rhetoric and for actions some have argued have provided support to terrorists.

Perhaps our generation (as a whole) is beyond saving… If so, then it’s up to us to raise our children in a manner as to rectify future generations.

We need to act now so that our future generation of Muslims maybe even 200 years from now will still feel the fruits of our actions.

Don’t just act for today, think beyond your life.

  • white person:9/11 was done by muslims, all muslims are terrorists, they need to get out of my country
  • me:But...not all muslims did the act so you shouldn't blame all muslims
  • white person:What ever, they all wear the same types of clothes as Bin Laden and are from that same country and the same color
  • me:Ok so you're probably on your way to shoot innocent kids in school huh
  • white person:Noooo, that was one white person, you can't say all white people did the act when it was one person and that one person had mental issues
  • me:may god shine some light on you to burn that ignorance right out of your ass bye

This is our sister. Your SISTER. MY SISTER. Look at how our women are being treated. It’s time we put aside our differences and unite as one. Us uniting is their biggest fear!

The Prophet (SAW) said: “The Believers, in their mutual love, mercy and compassion, are like one body: if one organ complained, the rest of the body develops a fever.” [Bukhari & Muslim]

If you care about the world you know that a religious genocide is going on in Iraq. But not by Muslims. Don’t call them that, call them religious extremists because the religion of Islam in no way condones killing people. That’s like saying Jews are responsible for the genocide in Gaza when the real perpetrators are the Zionists. Don’t categorize all Muslims as people who follow a religion where violence inflicted on another human is accepted. It’s just not right.

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Muslims are taking on the Islamic State with a twist on the Ice Bucket Challenge

 Muslims around the world aren’t intimidated by the brutal tactics of Islamic State. And they’ve started their own challenge is to burn an IS flag to prove it.

Mother Jones reports that the challenge began when three young Lebanese men in Beirut protested IS’ horrifying human rights record by posting a video of themselves burning the group’s flag. The trend quickly took off as Muslims and others, mostly throughout Lebanon, posted clips of burning black flags, calling for an end to Islamic State.

But Lebanese officials aren’t happy about it | Follow micdotcom

I think Muslims and non-Muslims alike should refuse to refer to ISIS as “The Islamic State.” They are not a state, they’re definitely not Islamic, they’re not even THE! Calling them “The Islamic State” legitimizes them and their perverse claim to such a name. Don’t do it, and discourage others from doing it as well.
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