Muslim Students Association at San Diego State University hate Jews so much, it doesn't even want their support

The Muslim Students Association (MSA) is one of the most prominent and active arms of the Muslim Brotherhood, infecting college campuses across America.  Wherever you find the MSA, you find the ceaseless push for Islamic supremacy.  Toward that end, the MSA at San Diego State University (SDSU) has an urgent demand.  (Yes, a demand.  Because that’s what the perpetually offended do.)

The MSA at SDSU want a “zero tolerance policy explicitly for Islamophobic speech and actions.”  (Calling Loretta Lynch.  Over.  Come in, please.  Over.)  This demand was made after a Muslim student on campus was allegedly attacked by a man in what the MSA and CAIR described as a hate crime.  The San Diego Union Tribune reports:

According to a campus police report about the incident, a white man in his 20s grabbed a female Muslim student’s headscarf in a campus parking lot Thursday afternoon and made racist comments to her.

Lt. Randy Lawrence of the SDSU Police Department said Monday afternoon that no suspect has been identified, and a couple of leads that came from a composite drawing did not pan out.

Hanif Mohebi, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations-San Diego, said he has met with the student and learned more details of the assault.

“The attacker came at the student from behind and choked her with the hajib, or headscarf,” he said. “He told her, ‘Get out of this country.’ That she was a terrorist and that ‘You people bombed Paris.’”

Hmm. It could be true. Or it could be a hoax. If the latter, it wouldn’t be the first time.

Lena Mohamed, vice president of the Muslim Student Association, also spoke at the rally and was joined by other female Muslim students who read a list of demands.

Those demands included a call for witnesses to the attack to come forward and for the school to create mandatory bystander training for faculty and students. Other demands included increased coursework on Islam and a zero-tolerance policy against hateful speech or actions against Muslims or any identity group.

Among the hundreds at the rally were students and others from different faiths who had come out to show support.

The Muslim community has proven itself eager to stifle speech in the wake of all manner of things it finds offensive.  Stifling speech (blasphemy/sharia law) conflicts with our Constitution.  As for the alleged attack, if a Muslim student was attacked, we have a legal system to deal with that.  And if it was a hate crime, our legal system will deal with that, too.  As for the demand for more coursework on Islam, well, surprise, surprise!  Just slipping that in while emotions are running high, eh?

But, to be fair (because “fairness” is quite in vogue), members of the MSA don’t just want special treatment for Muslims.  They made sure to spew all the buzzwords leftists love to hear.  And so one of their demands was also a call to “create a more inclusive campus climate by promoting tolerance and acceptance between different cultures and religions.”

Hmm.  One wonders how that will work, what with the MSA driving Jew-hatred on college campuses.

Well, one need not imagine.  Anthony Berteaux, an incredibly naïve Jewish student at SDSU, wrote in a blog post at The Jerusalem Post (that highlighted a glaring omission in the San Diego Union Tribune report along with Berteaux’s ignorance) that when the MSA posted their demands, Students Supporting Israel (SSI) was one of the first organizations to support them.  You know, “to make our campus a more inclusive environment for marginalized communities.” Not only did members of SSI support the MSA’s demands in writing, but many also attended rallies.

But apparently it was a No Jews Allowed kind of a thing (gee, who would have guessed?).  Berteaux writes that Students for Justice in Palestine, who helped to organize the main rally (gee, who would have guessed?), rejected SSI’s statement of support.  In fact, of the more than 30 organizations that signed on in support, only SSI was rejected.  Why?  Well, we know why.  Because they’re Jews.  Of course, that’s not what they were told.  Instead, they were told that their support “didn’t serve the interests of the community.” And this left Berteaux and other members of SSI feeling hurt and confused.  (Needlessly, if any of them had a clue.)

…how could a display against hate become politicized? If a group of people aren't allowed to join because of identity and foreign politics, isn't this also discrimination? Isn't this also intolerance?

ANTHONY BERTEAUX!  I’M SCREAMING!  CAN YOU HEAR ME?

Listen, buddy.  Here’s the deal.

The Muslim Students Association and Students for Justice in Palestine are front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood, which is a terror organization.  They have one agenda and one agenda only: Islamic supremacy.  (I know this may sound crazy to you, kiddo, because you’ve been living in a bubble of lies, but hang in there with me.)

A central tenet of Islam is hatred for all non-believers, with a special hate reserved for Jews.  And Anthony, my man, that would be you.  OK?  They hate you.  Got it?  Nothing you do will make it be different.

But, alas, Anthony wasn’t finished.

Despite their opposition to SSI’s support, we are still going to support them in our fight to make this campus a safer place for Muslim students because we believe that the need to combat Islamophobia transcends our differences on the Israeli-Palestinian issue[.]

Oy.

We can be better than this, we must be better than this. We can disagree on the Israel-Palestine issue and still support each other in times of need. Especially at a time when Islamophobia is rising both in America and Israel in response to recent terror attacks, we need models of coexistence and solidarity against hate.

For the greater good, we must unite in solidarity.

Anthony?  Listen.  I’m going to try a different tack.  I’m going to speak quietly while on bended knee.

This isn’t about the “Israeli-Palestinian” issue.  It’s more long-standing than that.  By about 1,400 years.  (And as long as we’re on the subject, there is no such thing as a “Palestinian.”)  But I do like your idea about uniting in solidarity against hate.  Yes, let’s do.  Let’s unite, Christians, Jews, and all people who stand against totalitarianism, against the 21st-century Nazis.  Let’s do “better,” as you say, on that front.  And if we do, I promise you – I promise, Anthony! – a greater good really will be served.

Anthony.  Life or death.  Liberty or tyranny.  Civilization or the Islamic caliphate.  You decide.

(As a special bonus just for you, Anthony, here are some resources you might want to check out, just to sort of brush up on that thing we call the truth: here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.)

Hat tip: Jihad Watch, The College Fix

The Muslim Students Association (MSA) is one of the most prominent and active arms of the Muslim Brotherhood, infecting college campuses across America.  Wherever you find the MSA, you find the ceaseless push for Islamic supremacy.  Toward that end, the MSA at San Diego State University (SDSU) has an urgent demand.  (Yes, a demand.  Because that’s what the perpetually offended do.)

The MSA at SDSU want a “zero tolerance policy explicitly for Islamophobic speech and actions.”  (Calling Loretta Lynch.  Over.  Come in, please.  Over.)  This demand was made after a Muslim student on campus was allegedly attacked by a man in what the MSA and CAIR described as a hate crime.  The San Diego Union Tribune reports:

According to a campus police report about the incident, a white man in his 20s grabbed a female Muslim student’s headscarf in a campus parking lot Thursday afternoon and made racist comments to her.

Lt. Randy Lawrence of the SDSU Police Department said Monday afternoon that no suspect has been identified, and a couple of leads that came from a composite drawing did not pan out.

Hanif Mohebi, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations-San Diego, said he has met with the student and learned more details of the assault.

“The attacker came at the student from behind and choked her with the hajib, or headscarf,” he said. “He told her, ‘Get out of this country.’ That she was a terrorist and that ‘You people bombed Paris.’”

Hmm. It could be true. Or it could be a hoax. If the latter, it wouldn’t be the first time.

Lena Mohamed, vice president of the Muslim Student Association, also spoke at the rally and was joined by other female Muslim students who read a list of demands.

Those demands included a call for witnesses to the attack to come forward and for the school to create mandatory bystander training for faculty and students. Other demands included increased coursework on Islam and a zero-tolerance policy against hateful speech or actions against Muslims or any identity group.

Among the hundreds at the rally were students and others from different faiths who had come out to show support.

The Muslim community has proven itself eager to stifle speech in the wake of all manner of things it finds offensive.  Stifling speech (blasphemy/sharia law) conflicts with our Constitution.  As for the alleged attack, if a Muslim student was attacked, we have a legal system to deal with that.  And if it was a hate crime, our legal system will deal with that, too.  As for the demand for more coursework on Islam, well, surprise, surprise!  Just slipping that in while emotions are running high, eh?

But, to be fair (because “fairness” is quite in vogue), members of the MSA don’t just want special treatment for Muslims.  They made sure to spew all the buzzwords leftists love to hear.  And so one of their demands was also a call to “create a more inclusive campus climate by promoting tolerance and acceptance between different cultures and religions.”

Hmm.  One wonders how that will work, what with the MSA driving Jew-hatred on college campuses.

Well, one need not imagine.  Anthony Berteaux, an incredibly naïve Jewish student at SDSU, wrote in a blog post at The Jerusalem Post (that highlighted a glaring omission in the San Diego Union Tribune report along with Berteaux’s ignorance) that when the MSA posted their demands, Students Supporting Israel (SSI) was one of the first organizations to support them.  You know, “to make our campus a more inclusive environment for marginalized communities.” Not only did members of SSI support the MSA’s demands in writing, but many also attended rallies.

But apparently it was a No Jews Allowed kind of a thing (gee, who would have guessed?).  Berteaux writes that Students for Justice in Palestine, who helped to organize the main rally (gee, who would have guessed?), rejected SSI’s statement of support.  In fact, of the more than 30 organizations that signed on in support, only SSI was rejected.  Why?  Well, we know why.  Because they’re Jews.  Of course, that’s not what they were told.  Instead, they were told that their support “didn’t serve the interests of the community.” And this left Berteaux and other members of SSI feeling hurt and confused.  (Needlessly, if any of them had a clue.)

…how could a display against hate become politicized? If a group of people aren't allowed to join because of identity and foreign politics, isn't this also discrimination? Isn't this also intolerance?

ANTHONY BERTEAUX!  I’M SCREAMING!  CAN YOU HEAR ME?

Listen, buddy.  Here’s the deal.

The Muslim Students Association and Students for Justice in Palestine are front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood, which is a terror organization.  They have one agenda and one agenda only: Islamic supremacy.  (I know this may sound crazy to you, kiddo, because you’ve been living in a bubble of lies, but hang in there with me.)

A central tenet of Islam is hatred for all non-believers, with a special hate reserved for Jews.  And Anthony, my man, that would be you.  OK?  They hate you.  Got it?  Nothing you do will make it be different.

But, alas, Anthony wasn’t finished.

Despite their opposition to SSI’s support, we are still going to support them in our fight to make this campus a safer place for Muslim students because we believe that the need to combat Islamophobia transcends our differences on the Israeli-Palestinian issue[.]

Oy.

We can be better than this, we must be better than this. We can disagree on the Israel-Palestine issue and still support each other in times of need. Especially at a time when Islamophobia is rising both in America and Israel in response to recent terror attacks, we need models of coexistence and solidarity against hate.

For the greater good, we must unite in solidarity.

Anthony?  Listen.  I’m going to try a different tack.  I’m going to speak quietly while on bended knee.

This isn’t about the “Israeli-Palestinian” issue.  It’s more long-standing than that.  By about 1,400 years.  (And as long as we’re on the subject, there is no such thing as a “Palestinian.”)  But I do like your idea about uniting in solidarity against hate.  Yes, let’s do.  Let’s unite, Christians, Jews, and all people who stand against totalitarianism, against the 21st-century Nazis.  Let’s do “better,” as you say, on that front.  And if we do, I promise you – I promise, Anthony! – a greater good really will be served.

Anthony.  Life or death.  Liberty or tyranny.  Civilization or the Islamic caliphate.  You decide.

(As a special bonus just for you, Anthony, here are some resources you might want to check out, just to sort of brush up on that thing we call the truth: here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.)

Hat tip: Jihad Watch, The College Fix