Reported in Arutz-Sheva:
President Barack Obama sent Muslim Public Affairs Council director Salam Al Marayati, who has said that Israel is a “suspect” in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, to represent the United States at a human rights conference in Warsaw.
His [al Marayati] record of defending terrorists goes back at least a decade. In 2002 he referred positively to Rashid Ghannouchi, the head of Tunisia's banned Muslim Brotherhood-aligned Al-Nahda Party who was convicted for a bomb blast. Al Marayati said, "Ghannouchi is an example of those who promote this need for dialogue between civilizations, not confrontation.”
Josh Block, a former Clinton administration official who now serves as CEO of The Israel Project, told the Free Beacon, “It is inexplicable that a person who blamed Israel for the 9/11 attacks and advocated for terrorist organizations, including Hamas and Hizbullah—which has killed more Americans than any terrorist group in the world except al Qaeda—was chosen to represent the United States.”
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