Wednesday, March 22, 2017
West accepts Syrian refugees, only pro-Caliphate elements remain
Writing for the Washington-based Gatestone Institute, Darwish says that the West's conciliatory approach to the Muslim Brotherhood and extremist Islam, including the near-blanket acceptance of Muslim refugees, gives the following message to moderate Muslims:
"There is nothing that [you] or anyone else should fear from the possible infiltration of radical Islam! Look at us, Western governments! We are bringing in refugees who cannot be vetted even if they are ISIS infiltrators. Although the Muslim Brotherhood is illegal and considered a terrorist organization in several Muslim countries, we in the West do not mind them at all… See how we are courageous, self-confident and free of 'Islamophobia!'"
Darwish's father was an Egyptian colonel who founded the fedayeen terrorist groups in Egypt that murdered many Israelis in the early 1950's. Though her father was ultimately assassinated by Israel, Darwish does not blame Israel.
"They killed my father because the fedayeen were killing Israelis. They killed my father because when I was growing up, we had to recite poetry pledging jihad against Israel," she said. READ MORE