They include the assertion that 25% of American Muslims believe violence in the United States is justified as part of global jihad (against Israel) and that 51% agree Muslims in the US should have choice to be governed by the US law or Islamic Shari’ah.
According to the Jew York Post (December 9, 2015) those figures came from a June 2015 poll conducted by Israel advocacy group, The Center for Security Policy, founded in 1988 by Crypto Jew Frank Gaffney.
Interestingly, FBI has reported that between 1980 to 2005, there were more Jewish acts of terrorism within the United States than Islamic (7% vs 6%). These radical Jews committed acts of terrorism in the name of their religion.
Frank Gaffney is also a columnist at Jewish-owned Washington Post. On August 20, Brian Tashman (Jewish) claimed at the Right Wing Watch, saying anti-Muslim activist and conspiracy theorist Frank Gaffney was joining other Zio-conservatives in blasting the Southern Poverty Law Center. Gaffney claimed that SPLC is “in the service of people who are really the perpetrators of the worst of the anti-Semitism and hatemongering” by opposing anti-Muslim hate groups. Dumbo Gaffney didn’t realize that both organizations are controlled by Zionist Jews.
Donald Trumps’ anti-Muslim lies have even made him popular among some of the anti-Jew and anti-Israel White supremacists, such as, Pat Buchanan and Kevin MacDonald. Pat Buchanan was fired in 2012 by MSNBC for criticizing the powerful Jewish Lobby in his 2011 book, Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2015? (here). Dr. Kevin MacDonald had been labeled neo-Nazi by SPLC, a Jewish human rights group (here).
CJ Werleman, an Australian-US atheist journalist and author has claimed that Zionist Jewish millionaires spend millions of dollars each year to fund anti-Islam creeps like Gaffney, Daniel Pipes, Robert Spencer, Pamela Geller, David Horowitz, Bridggete Gabriel, Rep. Peter King, Newt Gingrich, etc. (here).
“In America today, the level of public anti-Muslim bigotry is shockingly high. Politicians and pundits, usually on the right, say things about Muslims that they would be immediately fired for saying about Christians or Jews,” Jewish columnist Peter Beinart at the Jewish The Atlantic, February 13, 2015.