This gave me the chills. It starts out with a Muslim Student Association member making an awkward opening to a question posed to David Horowitz at a campus speaking engagement and it starts to look like she has a point. Evidently Horowitz made a connection between the Muslim Student Association and Muslim terrorists, which the student found silly, given her sarcastic tone on how the connection isn’t exactly “clear”. Horowitz then asks her to condemn a terrorist organization and the tone quickly changes when you’re the viewer trying to figure out whats going on here… things suddenly get dark when you’re like “wait.. what? why aren’t you just saying they’re terrorist scum and have nothing to do with me or my group who are peace loving Muslims and howDAREyousir blah blah blah”?? She explains that to openly say she supports this terrorist organization (Hamas) would be to martyr herself (an ironic choice of euphemism) because Homeland Security would catch wind and then investigate her since, they kinda frown on terrorist supporters here (not exactly parallel to being crucified, but no one ever claimed this chick was smart). Horowitz then asks the question a different way: he notes that Hamas wants the Jews collected into Israel so they are easier to slaughter and asks “for it or against it?”. Even after she had expressed support for the terror group, my inclination was to believe that she was going to go down a route claiming that Hamas was just a misunderstood organization that “needed” to use terror tactics and murder innocent people because of the plight of their noble cause, and so on and so forth.. but no… the bitch just comes out and admits it… its a chiller.
If she was a neo-Nazi, this would have been news. but since the media hates reporting that tired old “Muslims trying to murder people” story line, i had to see this online instead of the nightly news. pathetic.
unbelievable unsettling transcript of what you just watched:
MSA member: Good evening, I just wanted to say thank you for coming to campus tonight and presenting your point of view, its always important to have to sets of, ah, views going on at the same time. Um, very useful. My name is Jumanah Imad Albahri and I’m a student here at UCSD. Ah I was reading your literature, I found that much more interesting than your talk, and I found some interesting things about the MSA, which is an organization that is very active on campus and is hosting our annual “Hitler Youth” week, you should come out to those events. Um, if you could clarify the connection between the MSA and Jihad terrorist networks, because last time I checked, we had to do our own fundraising, and we never get help from anyone. So if you could clarify the connection between UCSD’s MSA or if you don’t have such information, if you could connect other MSA’s on UC’s, because the connection wasn’t to clear in the pamphlet, just if you could clarify.
Horowitz: Okay. Will you condemn Hamas, here and now?
MSA member: I’m sorry, what?
Horowitz: Will you condemn Hamas?
MSA member: Would I condemn Hamas?
Horowitz: As a terrorist organization. Genocidal organization.
MSA member: Are you asking me to put myself on a cross?
Horowitz: So you won’t. I have actually had this experience many times. You didn’t actually read the pamphlet, because the pamphlet is chapter and verse. The main connection is that the MSA is part of the Muslim Brotherhood Network as revealed…
MSA member: I don’t think you understood what I meant by that. I meant if I say something, I am sure that I will be arrested, for reasons of homeland security. So if you could please just answer my question.
Horowitz: If you condemn Hamas, Homeland Security will arrest you?
MSA member: If I support Hamas, because your question forces me to condemn Hamas. If I support Hamas, I look really bad.
Horowitz: If you don’t condemn Hamas, obviously you support it. Case closed. I have had this experience at UC Santa Barbara, where there were 50 members of the Muslim Students Association sitting right in the rows there. And throughout my hour talk I kept asking them, will you condemn Hizbollah and Hamas. And none of them would. And then when the question period came, the president of the Muslim Students Association was the first person to ask a question. And I said, ‘Before you start, will you condemn Hizbollah?’ And he said, ‘Well, that question is too complicated for a yes or no answer.’ So I said, ‘Okay, I’ll put it to you this way. I am a Jew. The head of Hizbollah has said that he hopes that we will gather in Israel so he doesn’t have to hunt us down globally. For or Against it?
MSA member: For it.
Horowitz: Thank you for coming and showing everybody what’s here.
UPDATE: David Horowitz talked about this with Sean Hannity on the radio and explains the connection between the MSA (Muslim Student Association) and the Muslim Brotherhood.