Muslim School Board Member Objects to Prayer for 9/11 Victims
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A Muslim school board member who once told graduating seniors to embrace jihad is now facing calls for her removal after she objected to a moment of silence for those killed in the Muslim terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Abrar Omeish, a notorious Muslim activist, has used her platform as a member of the Fairfax County School Board to advance a radical anti-American agenda in the Virginia school district.
“I vote against this today, because our omission of these realities causes harm. We’re levitating a traumatic event without sufficient cultural competence. The token phrasing around 9/11 is ‘Never Forget.’ As a nation we remember a jarring event, no doubt, but we chose to forget, as this resolution does, the fear, the ostracization, and the collective blame felt by Arab Americans, American Muslims, Sikhs, and Hindus and all brown or other individuals that have been mistaken for Muslims since that day over the past two decades.” she said.
This sort of argument is part of a new effort by radical academics to rewrite the narrative of what actually happened on September 11, 2001. It was the day that Muslim extremists waged jihad on American soil in the name of their religion – the religion of “peace.”
However, academics suggest that the United States bears most of the responsibility because of our way of life and our support for the nation of Israel.
I would encourage you to read my book, Culture Jihad: How to Stop the Left From Killing a Nation, for a better understanding of the academic jihad being waged in public school classrooms. Click here to read my book.
Hundreds of parents and activist groups sent a letter to the school board calling for Omeish to be censured.
“Ms. Omeish has long-demonstrated a concerted effort to use her position to spread her radical ideology instead of performing her duties as a member of a governing board meant to serve the education needs of the children and their families in Fairfax County,” they wrote in the letter which was published by the Fairfax County Times.
Parents were enraged that Omeish would use the deaths of nearly 3,000 people to advance her political grievances.
“That day witnessed a brutal terrorist attack by Muslim extremists that resulted in the murder of 2,977 people, the injury of more than 6,000 others, plus the deaths of countless first responders who have since succumbed to 9/11-related cancers and diseases,” they wrote. “It is unfathomable that Ms. Omeish’s focus was to use a national tragedy to put forward her political grievances. Our county sits in the very shadow of the nation’s Capitol and the Pentagon, two of the three targets of the terrorists’ attack.”
Watch Omeish’s remarks below: