The Red and Black Fashion Statement of Jew Hatred

Below is the latest newsletter from the Tennessee Council for Political Justice.

Newsletter #157 — The Red and Black Fashion Statement of Jew Hatred

Students at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville with the help of their faculty advisor Brian Barber established the first Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter in Tennessee. Their alumnus, Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou, was the keynote speaker at SJP’s 4th annual conference held this year at Tufts University.

Sekou at 2014 SJP conference

It’s fitting that an organization focused on the destruction of Israel would choose Sekou to speak. He and his wife Karlene Griffiths Sekou are both involved with the U.S. BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) against Israel, the end goal of which is to eliminate the Jewish homeland.

Speaking at the SJP conference, Sekou wore the red and white keffiyeh which is associated with Saudis, Palestinians and terrorists.

The red and white keffiyeh is popular with Somali al-Shabaab jihadists.

al Shabaab in Somalia

Members of the al-Farooq mosque in Nashville, also wear the red and white keffiyeh, while some opt for the black and white keffiyeh popularized by Yasir Arafat’s Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).

al Farooq mosque in Nashville Aug. 2014

Jew-haters at the pro-Hamas rallies in Nashville wear both the black and white and the red and white keffiyeh.

pro-Hamas rally Nashville 2014

Muslim Brotherhood/CAIR Michigan Director Dawud Walid who was brought to Nashville by Remziya Suleyman to train Muslim high school students in political activism sticks to the message of Jew-hatred.

Dawud Walid, CAIR-Michigan

So does Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri and Hamas jihadis:

Sami Abu Zuhri — Hamas spokesman

Hamas jihadis

UTKnoxville’s Students for Justice in Palestine members also favor the black and white:

Amira Sakalla, founder UTK Students for Justice in Palestine

Olivia Jones, VP UTK Students for Justice in Palestine

And so does Mohammed Khan who was arrested at O’Hare airport en route to join ISIS.

Muhammad Khan

Now when you see these scarves, you know that these people are Jew-haters.

2 thoughts on “The Red and Black Fashion Statement of Jew Hatred

  1. in Britain … Jewish MP Lee Scott says he has received death threats …. Will it be the ‘right wing extremists’? He doesn’t say. But ‘stoning’? Only Farage seems to call it as it is – the others, including the MP, are still too PC or afraid… Previous posts on this topic here…

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