STUPID voters chose another viruently anti-Semitic Muslim candidate Ibraheem Samirah – just like Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Rep. Ilham Omar (D-MN) – for the Virginia House of Delegates in the 86th District.
The Hill Virginia voters on Tuesday elected Ibraheem Samirah to fill a vacant seat in the state General Assembly, keeping the seat in Democratic hands. Samirah, a Palestinian-American, is now the second Muslim to be elected to the House of Delegates, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
Samirah beat Republican Air Force Veteran Gregg Nelson and independent Connie Hutchinson for the post, which was left vacant after Democrat Jennifer Boysko was elected to the state Senate in January. Samirah received 59 percent of the vote in the special election, according to the Post.
IPT Samirah, born to so-called “Palestinian” Muslims from Arab-occupied Israel, said that giving money to Israel is worse than giving money to the Ku Klux Klan and in his Facebook posts wished for the late Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon to “burn,” in addition to other hateful screeds.
To show he’s not an anti-Semite, Samirah mentioned that he is a co-founder of American University’s Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) chapter. But JVP is a rabidly anti-Israel group that championed the case of a convicted Palestinian terrorist.
Samirah’s campus activism also includes work with the virulently anti-Israel Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP). The SJP is a radical student organization active on approximately 200 U.S. college campuses. Since its establishment in 2010, SJP chapters have campaigned for divestment from Israel, which it smears as an apartheid state, and accuses of ethnic cleansing.
Samirah participated in a 2016 SJP protest at Boston University against an Israel Peace Week festival sponsored by Boston University Hillel and BU Students for Israel. He accused festival organizers of using “fun things to cover up very horrible, terrible crimes against humanity.”
Samirah, who was born in Chicago and calls himself a “second generation Palestinian refugee,” has described the significant role his father has played in shaping his views. The family had to leave the United States when he was a child after his father was “was seen as a security threat for being Muslim and an activist,” Samirah said in an April 2017 interview with a Boston University publication.
In fact, Sabri Ibrahim Samirah (also known as Sabri Ibrahim) was a senior leader of a now-defunct Hamas network in the U.S. called the “Palestine Committee.” Sabri Ibrahim’s pro-Hamas, anti-Israel stance hasn’t changed with time.”We are ready to sacrifice all we have for Palestine. Long Live Palestine,” he said at an April 2014 American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) conference.
The “Palestine Committee” was created by the Muslim Brotherhood to support Hamas politically and financially in the United States. Sabri Ibrahim, was chairman of the Palestine Committee’s main propaganda arm, the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP). He served on the board of the American Muslim Society (AMS), which was another name for the IAP, from at least 1993-2002.
The IAP issued Hamas press releases and communiques and published the Hamas charter, which called for Israel’s destruction and the murder of Jews. It also sponsored annual conventions and other events that included senior Hamas leaders as speakers.
Ibraheem Samirah – In His Own Words A February 5, 2017 event for the Mass Against HP campaign featured a photo of Samirah with a sign stating “I boycott HP because from Boston to the Middle East Palestinians and Syrians should be FREE and MA should too!”
“Meanwhile, local activists are using the momentum of this victory to expand their boycott campaigns. Ibraheem Samirah of the coalition member group Mass Against HP, which is urging the state to end its contracts with Hewlett-Packard over the company’s profiteering from Israel’s violations of Palestinian rights, said that the victory over the anti-BDS bill means that ‘there is more room’ for his group to engage with local and state legislators than previously thought.
‘We now know more clearly where our routes [for political pressure] are,’ he said.”
Internationally, Samirah has stated that he also participated in the Muslim Brotherhood-connected protest in Cairo, Egypt in Rabaa Square in 2013. The protesters’ criticisms included a rejection of their government’s improving relationships with Israel.