Kaukab Siddique also called the Holocaust a hoax with not one shred of evidence that it happened and was an advocate for two convicted terrorists with ties to al-Qaeda including the cleric behind the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
CBN The flags carried the logo of the terror group Hezbollah. The rhetoric was the kind you’d normally hear in Tehran or Gaza.Yet the scene occurred in Washington, D.C, just minutes from the White House.
“We must stand united to defeat, to destroy, to dismantle Israel,” Kaukab Siddique said. “Perhaps, like Saladin, we will give them enough food and water to travel back to the lands from where they came to occupy other people.”
Siddique is an associate professor of English at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania.
“For the Jews, I would say see what could happen to you if the Muslims wake up,” Siddique warned. “And I say to the Muslims, dear brothers and sisters, unite and rise up against this hydra-headed monster which calls itself Zionism.”
The Investigative Project on Terrorism captured footage of Siddique’s Washington rant.
“This is not a one off deal, this event Labor Day weekend,” IPT Executive Director Ray Locker told CBN News. “This is something he has said at similar events over a period of at least a dozen years, as far as we can tell.” Despite a history of anti-Semitic statements, Siddique maintains a job teaching literature at Lincoln University and sits on at least two school committees.