A University of Missouri Republican student group is on its knees bowing to Islam for a tweet likening students to Muslim terrorists because they were wearing the Palestinian symbol of violent jihad while protesting the school’s handling of ‘racial’ issues.
Talking Points Memo It showed a photo of Palestinian black & white checked scarf-wearing protesters, infamous symbol of Palestinian terrorists and linked to an article with the headline “Muslim student supports new Holocaust” and a reference below to a “terrorist neckerchief.”
I am a terrorist (Yasser Arafat)
The deleted tweet included the caption “Seen today at #ConceredStudent1950,” which was a misspelled reference to Concerned Student 1950, a black student group leading the protests.
We are all terrorists (representatives of Hamas and Hezbollah)
The Mizzou College Republicans deleted the Monday morning tweet and said in a follow-up tweet that the post was “the opinion of one individual” and not “a reflection of our organization.” The group didn’t identify the person who sent the original tweet and didn’t respond to requests for comment.
Called the the Kaffiyeh, the scarf is readily identifiable with the anti-Israel violent jihad and are quite distinctive, just as are white hoods associated with the KKK.
“It is an absolute disgrace that students on an American college campus choose to associate themselves with terrorism by wearing Keffiyeh styled scarves, the wide recognition of which has become part of a visual acceptance of cultural and violent jihad.
From 2010, interesting encounter between David Horowitz and a keffiyeh scarf-wearing member of the Muslim Student Association who is forced to admit she supports the genocide of all Jews.