MIAMI, FLORIDA Imam, Fadi Kablawi, has also referred to Jews as “the lowest of the lowest” and said that people “crack jokes about Jews being cheap” as “a punishment from Allah.” He has said that Christians practice a “fake” religion and that “Christianity can compete for first place in stupidity.” He preaches that Jews are behind ALL the corruption on earth.
FrontpageMag – Joe KaufmanKablawi’s insults and bigotry know no bounds. This past August, he looked to outrage once again, blaming women for rape and pondering why Allah has not destroyed the United States and all homosexuals. His rhetoric is dangerous, and it quite possibly has influenced his congregants to plot unspeakable acts.
Fadi Yousef Kablawi (Qablawi) was born in Amman, Jordan, in 1978. At the age of 17, he moved to the US with his family. After finishing high school, Kablawi attended Florida International University (FIU), where he was President of the school’s Muslim Students Association (MSA). He then attended the University of Pennsylvania, where he completed his doctoral degree in dental medicine and founded an MSA for Muslim dental students. He opened a dental practice with his wife, and in August 2017, he was arrested for allegedly using his business to commit Medicaid fraud, targeting elderly patients with heavily inflated invoices.
The fraud was the least of concerns for law enforcement, as the FBI has deemed Kablawi to be a member of ISIS and has questioned his congregants about him. One of his followers, Salman Rashid, this past December, was charged with soliciting ISIS to murder the deans of two South Florida colleges. And according to Kablawi, he himself is considered by the FBI to be a member of ISIS.
Furthermore, Kablawi’s congregation includes children. On the same video of him talking about Allah potentially destroying America and destroying gays and how women should be blamed for rapes committed against them, you can see a number of young kids praying with the adults and running around the floor. Having little children with impressionable minds imbibing such hateful rhetoric sows the seeds of radicalization, leading one to question how many future Salman Rasheeds are being inspired by Kablawi’s words.