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Your California Tax Dollars at work. At UCal Irvine the Muslim Student Association is a place for prayer and prejudice. Its members commonly wear green armbands during the events it sponsors, to signal their allegiance to the terrorist group Hamas. it has displayed posters on the UCI campus that equate the Star of David with the Nazi Swastika.

February 2001 event where the organization hosted the radical cleric Muhammad al-Asi, who told his UCI audience: “The Zionist-Israeli lobby … is taking the United States government and the United States people to the abyss. We have a psychosis in the Jewish community that is unable to co-exist equally and brotherly with other human beings. You can take a Jew out of the ghetto, but you cannot take the ghetto out of the Jew.”

In 2002, a sign posted on the UCI campus by MSU stated: “Israelis Love to Kill Innocent Children.” That same year, MSU sponsored a speech by the radical Oakland imam, Abdel Malik-Ali, who said: “Israel wants Palestinians to have their own state. It’s beyond that now. No. That’s off the table. One state. Majority rules. Us. The Muslims.”

A favorite guest speaker of MSU, Malik-Ali is an African-American convert to Islam, a former Nation of Islam member, and a longtime supporter of Hamas and Hezbollah. His more infamous remarks include the claim that Jews staged the 9/11 attacks “to give an excuse to wage war against Muslims around the world”; that “[t]he wars against Iraq [Gulf War and Operation Iraqi Freedom] were manufactured by the Jews in America to avert attention from the two [Palestinian] Intifadahs”; and that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a “pretty good guy.

n June 2004, MSU asked UCI’s graduating Muslim students to wear green sashes inscribed with the word “shahada,” the Arabic word for the “martyrdom” of a suicide bomber, to their graduation ceremony. Two dozen students complied with this MSU request.

At a February 2005 MSU-organized event held in the center quad at UC Irvine, guest speaker Abdel Malik-Ali told his audience of some 150 mostly Muslim listeners: “Zionism is a mixture, a fusion of the concept of white supremacy and the chosen people.” He complained about Zionist domination of the American media, Zionist complicity in America’s 2003 invasion of Iraq, and Zionists’ inclination to recount the horrors of the Holocaust “when you accuse them of their Nazi behavior.” “One state. Majority rule,” he said. “Check that out. Us. The Muslims.”

At a March 2006 panel discussion at UC Irvine, MSU led as many as 1,000 Muslim students in a protest against the decision of the event’s sponsors to publicly display some “offensive” Danish cartoons lampooning the Prophet Muhammad, cartoons that had recently set off massive demonstrations and riots throughout the Muslim world. Donning their customary green, pro-Hamas armbands, MSU members initiated the protest by kneeling on their green prayer mats and reciting an Arabic prayer. When a crowd of counter-protesters sang “God Bless America,” the Muslim students responded with chants of: “Hey Republicans Stop the Hate! All You Do Is Instigate,” and “Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho! The Prophet’s Cartoons Have Got to Go!”

Abdel Malik-Ali was the featured speaker at an October 5, 2006 MSU event, where he told a crowd of some 200 cheering students: “They [Jews] think they are superman, but we, the Muslims, are kryptonite. They [Jews] know that their days are numbered.

University of California Irvine, a publicly funded school that allows hate groups to operate unfettered on its campus. Besides not realizing that Superman is just a comic book, they the MSU on campus regularly preaches Anti-Semitism.

So Governor Arnold why aren’t you doing anything about it?

The full article in today’s Frontpage magazine has many more examples of this hatred. See The Muslim Student Union: Where “Community,” “Prayer,” and Jew-Hatred Come Together

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