Wednesday, April 23, 2008

No, You Forget MSA UCSD is the most Terroristic

See I was spending the day going over MSA activities, after seeing that FrontPage Magazine, I knew they got it all wrong. UCI, UC Berkeley, UCLA - they have nothing over UCSD. I should know, I went to UCSD.

UCSD had the first propaganda wall, and the first successful take down of the propaganda wall. UCSD had an entire issue of the the "Dawn" the tabloid Jihadist newspaper dedicated to "super sonic jihad" activities attacking in propaganda fashion Israel. It was UCSD that prominently displayed anti-Semitic "Zionsim=Nazism" signs on campus, Library walk of all places, with over two blocks worth of Art, graphics and facts. It was Amir Abdul Malik's first outdoor venue speech. It was UCSD that coined the term "Muslim activist" to cover up the real purpose and design of MSA's in the United States- to take over the Supreme Court!

It was UCSD where the MSA lead a student uprising against FREE SPEECH, lead to the shut down of a respectable University Newspaper: The Koala. Using communist tactics and allying with left wing liberal forces they spread a virulent negative perspective of the paper.

So yes, I am not only bitter but outright angry. All those years trying to not associate with Muslims because of being labeled a terrorist now seems to have paid off for nothing, seeing that MSA UCSD wasn't even on the terrorist network list!

How could they have gotten it so wrong? I mean come on - Queensborough Community College? Who the hell goes there?

Maybe Daniel Pipes could create a special category for UCSD, because we are in a "League of our Own". UCSD is like the Sex Pistols to Punk. Or the Ramones to "new wave" (huh?). UCSD is like the Harvard of institutionalized "terrorizing networks". UCSD is like Edward Said's Orientalism, re-writing the entire face of Academic activism on campuses. UCSD is like the Al-Qaeda manual to Muslim activism on college campuses, like duh!

Being such an outlier on the curve, Pipes probably felt it was unfair to include us in the "list of stealth Jihadist" MSA's so as not to be an anomaly.

See great minds do tend to think a like. Though I am not sure if Pipes was following this great mind, because Queensborough Community College? (What The Monkeybutt?)

No really, that's out of left field. Its like saying Cuba is a democracy. Or like Mugabe is the greatest elected official in the world, right after Emperor Bush and Comrade Putin.

Look I have the pictures to prove it:

Subversive forces work to undermine President Bush's evidence gathering. This picture raises questions on how the UCSD MSA can be so small yet present everywhere, where is their funding coming from? (2002)

Amir Abdul Malik, the fiery "anti-Semite", a consistent

Spreading propaganda and "Right of Return" in other words, the annihilation of Israel. (2005)

Here using morbid tactics, placing body outlines all over campus to win sympathy for terrorist organizations, during the "Peace not Apartheid Week"- (Spring 2005)

Spring 2004, "Justice in Palestine Week" all members wore black to intimidate any other voices but theirs. This picture is of the shirt produced by the MSA for this week, where did they get funding for this?

Though outnumbered, there were Freedom loving patriots undercover monitoring the "hate fest". Patriots are never intimidated by fascists.

The intimidation continues, while celebrating the 56th anniversary of the establishment of the only Democracy in the Middle East, MSA drew on propaganda and "shock and awe" tactics to diminish the Jewish student presence on campus.

Part of the intimidation and Antisemitism displayed proudly with consent from Chancellor Dynes at the time.

The notorious propaganda wall- this is from 2004.

The wall propaganda destroyed, and the terrorist wearing TERRORIST garb worn by Hamas militants trying to prop it back up.

Promoting illegal sanctions against Israel, a MSA co-sponsored talk on Divestment (2002)


Anonymous said...

I don't know. I think UC Davis and CalPoly Pomona might give UCSD a run for it's money.

And have you heard about all of the foreign influence at CSULB? They almost put up a separation wall between brothers and sisters at an event years ago. If that isn't straight Islamist I don't know what is.

Mirror, mirror on the wall: who is the most terroristic of 'em all?

Paki Girl said...

Wait is FrontPage a Daniel Pipes initiative? I thought it was courtesy of David Horowitz and friends?

Not that there is much of a difference between the two, but I'm sure they want as much credit for their work as UCSD's MSA does.

Affad Shaikh said...

But see when your on Pipes radar, thats when you know you are the "baddest of the bad" this stuff on FrontPage, its peanuts compared to being on the Pipeline.

It critical that UCSD get credit, UCI is not half as Anti-Semitic as UCSD campus is. I mean Israeli students have to wear their "Love Israel" gear under their cloths in order not to be harassed, what sort of democracy are we living IN!!!

Anonymous said...

Affad what are you trying to do here? :)

I don't think UCSD MSA needs or wants any attention. Let us just do what we do best. No need to get caught up in this other nonsense. Know what i mean? ;)

Terroristic Much? said...

I think anonymous #4 and a few other folks didn't understand the intention of this piece. It's SATIRE.

Check out the trash journalism that prompted it:

Terroristic Much? said...

This linking business isn't working. So I'm including the text of one of the FrontPage articles below. Also, if you want more simply Google: "FrontPage UCLA MSA" or "FrontPage UCI MSU", etc. etc.

The MSA at Berkeley
By FrontPage Magazine | Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Over the next several days, Frontpage will publish profiles of individual chapters of the Muslim Students Association on a variety of campuses around the country, showing how they work to advance the cause of radical Islam and to lead the effort to stigmatize Israel. These profiles are compiled in our new booklet, "The Muslim Students Association and the Jihad Network." To read the introduction, click here, "The MSA at UCLA," click here, "The MSU at UC Irvine," click here, "The MSA at Brown," click here, "The MSA at Columbia," click here, "The MSA at Michigan State," click here, and "The MSA at Ohio State," click here, and “The MSA at Penn State,” click here. – The Editors

The Muslim Students Association of UC Berkeley says that its mission is to support “those who wish to understand, appreciate, and practice their Islam without compromising their morals and beliefs”; to educate non-Muslims “about the misconceptions regarding Islam and the Islamic way of life”; and to “foster a social community for Muslims.

But MSA-UCB’s interests extend well beyond issues related to education and personal growth. Its constitution explicitly states that one of its chief objectives is to “develop activism of Muslims on campus and in the community.” It regards two of Berkeley’s Muslim faculty members – Hamid Algar, who is a supporter of the Ayatollah Khomeni, and Hatem Bazian, who has called for an “Intifada” in America – as role models, and its website makes special mention of both.

Algar in particular works closely with the organization, and acknowledges its support for Wahhabism, the doctrine of jihad as holy war. In his 2000 publication, Wahhabism: A Critical Essay, he acknowledges MSA’s ties to radical Islam: “Although the MSA progressively diversified its connections with Arab states, official approval of Wahhabism remained strong.” Algar further notes that in 1980, MSA UCB published a translation of writings by Ibn Abd al-Wahhab, the 18th century founder of Wahhabism, which went on to become the dominant state sect in Saudi Arabia. And he calls attention to MSA’s role in the creation of the Islamic Society of North America, which Islam scholar Stephen Schwartz describes as “a branch of the Saudi religious militia operating to impose Wahhabi conformity on all of American Islam.”

MSA-UCB has a history of hostility toward campus speakers who attempt to expose the dangers of radical Islam. For example, the Israel Action Committee and Berkeley Hillel jointly invited Islam scholar Daniel Pipes to address the Berkeley student body on February 10, 2004. On the day of Pipes’ speech to an audience of approximately 700 Berkeley students, some 50 to 70 members of MSA-UCB teamed up with the Berkeley chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine to silence him by interrupting his speech and repeatedly calling him a “racist” and a “Zionist.” University police eventually had to eject the demonstrators from the auditorium.

In the same month, MSA UCB hosted the sixth annual MSA West Conference. The featured speaker for this event was the notoriously anti-Semitic Abdel Malik-Ali,who angrily denounced “the Zionist Jews” and asserted that “neo-cons are all Zionist Jews.” After reading aloud a newspaper article about Jewish leaders who feared that the Iraq War might lead to an anti-Semitic backlash, he said: “Let the backlash begin.”

During the week of October 22-26, 2007, the David Horowitz Freedom Center held Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week (IFAW) activities at the Berkeley campus in an effort to educate students about the grave threat that radical Islam posed to the world. MSA- UCB organized a competing week of events titled “Peace Not Prejudice Week” that opened with a screening and discussion of the film Ghosts of Abu Ghraib, which depicted American military personnel as barbarians eager to brutalize defenseless Muslims for sport. By showing this film, MSA-UCB conveyed a clear message: The real threat to humanity was not Islamofascism, but America’s egregious disregard for human rights.

One of the featured speakers at Islamo Fascism Awareness Week was Nonie Darwish, the Palestinian-born author of Now they Call Me Infidel; Why I Renounced Jihad for America, Israel and the War on Terror. Darwish, whose father was the head of the fedayeen, the first terrorist group to attack Israel, was raised in a traditional Muslim home in Gaza. She described the degradation of women under Islam, that led her to renounce the faith. MSA-USB members repeatedly interrupted her speech, calling her a “racist” and a “fascist.” At some points, the disruption was so loud that Darwish could not speak. Campus police had to remove the unruly protesters from the auditorium.