Monday, February 23, 2015


Yes, it was an hoax. In even worse news, it appears as if the organizer of the Muslim "peace ring" is a virulent anti-Semite, 9/11 truther, a gay-basher, and an Israel-hater.
Ali Chishti, who organized the event, said bluntly in 2008, "I hate Jews and how they operate," reports Daniel Greenfield. Chishti added in his conspiracy-laden rant about the Jewish people, "It is a fact that during the attacks on the Twin Towers [World Trade Center] 1600 Jews were absent from work. OK, OK, what's even more suspicious, is how unusually many Jews there were present in Mumbai on the day that Pakistani terrorists struck. How come?"
At a March, 2008 meeting in Oslo promoting his 9/11 conspiracy theory that the Jews were responsible for the World Trade Center attacks, Chishti read his speech titled, "Therefore I Hate Jews And Gays," Haaretz reports.
The weekend's feel-good story about a Muslim "ring of peace" formed to "protect" Jews at an Oslo synagogue turned out to be a complete...

1 comment:

Phyllis Carter said...

The media does that all the time, what is sad in my mind is that 20 people came out they were Muslim who stood to help Jews. It became a news item which was found out to be untrue, numbers only. The media did this knowingly at the end it looks like a hoax and shows that Jews and Muslims cannot be friends and hence the divide. Who did the deed the media, what did they want to gain showing that Muslims hate Jews. I blame the media coverage, the exaggeration that takes away from the real issue some Muslim did come out to support Jews. We hear so much about Muslim murderers and killers but of so few good people who are Muslim and do care for the Jewish community.

Celine Leduc