CAIR’s Zahra Billoo’s Chilling Incitement Against Jews

American activist Zahra Billoo is the executive director of CAIR in San Francisco, and was very briefly a board member of the Women’s March – until her terror-supporting tweets surfaced. So you already know we are dealing with a vile individual.

But just how vile – and dare I say it, dangerous – she is, really came to the fore at last week’s American Muslims for Palestine’s (AMP) convention called On the Road to Free Palestine, where Billoo was one of the featured speakers.

In her speech, Billoo made it very clear that “Zionists” – who she paints as rich and powerful (a typical antisemitic trope) – are the enemy. And by enemy, she means those not just opposing palestinian Arabs but Muslims as a whole. Chillingly, she promises this enemy will be defeated.

And who are these “Zionists”? Billoo does not need to pretend to her sympathetic audience, so she includes the likes of the Jewish Federation, “Zionist Synagogues” (which means all Orthodox synagogues and the majority of others, since Zionism is integral to Judaism) and Hillel chapters on “our campuses” (i.e. Jewish students).

And the J-Streets of the world should also take note: Billoo warns about what she calls “the polite Zionists”, stating they are no friends of the Muslim community either.

Bilhoo’s speech should be considered dangerous incitement against the US Jewish community.

Linda Sarsour was also one of the keynote speakers at this conference, and almost certainly heard Billoo and is on the same page as her. So when she speaks of wanting a deeper relationship with US Jews and supposedly raises funds to fight antisemitism, it is just a PR exercise to hide her true agenda.


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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