Former Florida Professor & Deported Muslim Terrorist Calls U.S. ‘Our Enemy’ at Turkish Conference

Unofficial Spokesman for convicted Palestinian Jihad leader Al Arian

Clearly, deportation was the right thing. Unfortunately they didn’t deport his entire family. Source: Al-Arian Calls U.S. ‘Our Enemy’ At Turkish Conference :: The Investigative Project on Terrorism

Deported Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) board member Sami Al-Arian denounced the United States as “our enemy” last Tuesday at an Istanbul conference on Jerusalem sponsored by Turkey’s Directorate of Religious Affairs.

Ali Erbas, president of Turkey’s Directorate of Religious Affairs, denounced President Trump’s decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem and recognize it as Israel’s capital in December.

“The Presidency of Religious Affairs is with the suffering Palestinian Muslims who have been serving as the guardians of al-Aqsa for years despite any kind of invasion and violence, and will continue to be by their side and provide any kind of support for them,” Erbas said in his message.

Al-Arian kept his role as a PIJ official secret while working as a University of South Florida (USF) professor and Palestinian nationalist. He founded a charity called the Islamic Committee for Palestine (ICP) that raised money for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and featured PIJ officials as speakers. He also formed a Tampa–based think tank called the World and Islam Studies Enterprise (WISE), which provided cover in the early 1990s for Ramadan Abdullah Shallah, who would later become the PIJ secretary general, as director of the think tank. Shallah taught at USF as an instructor through a cooperative agreement. WISE made it possible for Shallah to get an entry visa into the U.S.

The ICP served as PIJ’s “active arm,” a 1991 videotaped fundraiser shows. Called “a master manipulator” by the federal judge presiding over his case, Al-Arian pleaded guilty in 2006 to conspiring to make or receive contributions of funds, goods or services to or for the benefit of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), a Specially Designated Terrorist.”

He was deported to Turkey in 2015 as part of that plea agreement and directs of the Center for Regional Politics at Istanbul’s Sabahattin Zaim University. He has addressed several conferences, including one held in conjunction with Georgetown University’s Awaleed bin Talal Center for Christian Muslim Understanding in Istanbul last September.

At the Istanbul conference, Al-Arian said the 1993 Oslo Accords that had established the Palestinian Authority and theoretically led to the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) recognizing Israel and renouncing violence, are unacceptable.

“The United States, which gives Israel so much confidence, is our enemy,” Al-Arian said, telling the conference Muslims needed to stand against the U.S. That includes an embargo on the United States by Muslim nations, he said, according to exiled Turkish journalist Abdullah Bozkurt.


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2 thoughts on “Former Florida Professor & Deported Muslim Terrorist Calls U.S. ‘Our Enemy’ at Turkish Conference

  1. And who was auditing these purported charities while he was sending American money to these New Nazis? And who is auditing today’s crop of purported “relief” shills? And do we even know how much American government money aka welfare, &c &c &c, “entitlements” go to arm Islamists via the collection baskets of mosques in America?

  2. Pingback: Former Florida Professor & Deported Muslim Terrorist Calls U.S. ‘Our Enemy’ at Turkish Conference | WCBM-AM

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