Christopher Zumski Finke, editor YES magazine, fired a smoking gun, entitled, How Somali Muslims Are Raising a 10,000-Person Anti-Hate Army, on the anti-Muslim Donald Trump’s inauguration day.
In order to understand this Fake News, it needs to mention that the said quarterly magazine is published by Positive Futures Network, co-founded by former Jewish professor, political activist and author David C. Korten (Harvard Business School). He visited Israel, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, and Thailand as USAID consultant. I have to admit, Korten and Riane Eisler could have made an excellent couple!
“Minnesota is home to the nation’s largest Somali population. And like so many Muslim communities throughout the United States, Minnesota Somalis are organizing to combat the Islamophobia stoked by Trump. The Minnesota Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MN) plans to activate 10,000 Minnesotans using a three-part strategy grounded in the belief that people will, when given a chance, choose respect and understanding instead of fear, following Somali Muslim Asma Jama’s example of rejecting hate. CAIR-MN plans to use a combination of traditional organizing tactics and new outreach efforts to communities not historically engaged in this fight,” claims Finke.
CAIR is America’s largest Muslim advocacy organization. It has long been declared ‘anti-Semitic organization’ by the Organized Jewry (Anti-Defamation League, Simon Wiesenthal Center, American Jewish Congress, etc.) for its criticism of Israeli policies against Palestinians. But, then CAIR has also criticized Israel’s regional enemies such as Iran and Hizbullah. On March 11, 2015, CAIR condemned Iran’s Holocaust cartoon contest.
“Muslims expect American Islamophobia to intensify under Trump, and Somali Americans expect to be on the front line,” Finke added.
In November 2016, Minnesota voters of district 60B sent Ilhan Omar, a hijab-wearing Somali woman to represent them in the Sate Congress. She defeated Israel First Congresswoman Phyllis Kahn, who had occupied the seat for the last 44 years.
Minnesota is home to country’s largest Somali community among nearly 70,000 Somali-speaking living in United States. Most US Somali leaders have nothing but contempt for the Somali-born Dutch-American Zionist politician and author Ayaan Hirshi Ali. She is a senior fellow at Israel lobby, American Enterprise Institute. In 2005, Jewish Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world. She was also honored by Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, which published the notorious anti-Islam cartoons for defending the paper’s right to insult Islam under country’s freedom of press law.
Last year the Nobel Peace Prize winning former US president Barack Obama administration decided to add Somali al-Shabbab to America’s long list of the groups that had been blamed for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. So far, Washington has blamed al-Qaeda, Taliban, and Saddam Hussein while Jewish Lobby has blamed Iran, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia being perpetrators of 9/11 attacks.
The joke is, the so-called ‘Islamic terrorist’ al-Shabaab did not even exist in 2001.
American investigative journalist Wayne MADSEN says that US, Israel, Al-Qaeda and Al-Shabaab are a big happy family.