Well, we don't call the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Hamas for nothing.  Florida Hamas-CAIR leader Rash Mubarak took to the streets to declare her disgust with President Donald Trump simply recognizing what already has been in existence for nearly a century, that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel.

Mubarak, who claims a plethora of "titles" said, "One man from all across the world saying that he is declaring the capital of a country that he has nothing to do."

She is referencing President Trump's decision to simply move the US embassy to Jerusalem, not declaring a capital.

However, notice her immediate hypocrisy demonstrated in her whining.

"This is about being an American," she opined.

Well, if it's about being an American, what's wrong with simply placing an American embassy in the actual capital of a country that she has nothing to do with?  Nothing.

Then she launches into the hyphenated language that keeps her from declaring true loyalty to America.

"I am a Palestinian-Muslim-American," she said, apparently listing her loyalties in that order.

Ms. Mubarak should probably just live among the Palestinians if that is truly who she identifies with because her ideology is not American and no founding father would have sided with her.  In fact, they probably would have taken issue with her for citing insurrection.

Of course, she preached to the small choir that listened to her as she declared, "I am offended as a Palestinian.  I am offended as a Muslim.  I am offended as an American, and as I am as offended as a human!"

Offended as a human?  OK, she just got caught up in the moment inciting the crowd.

Offended as an American?  OK, look I have stated before that I really don't want us to get caught up in a lot of foreign policy and money giving to foreign countries, even our allies, but this is simply establishing our embassy in the country's capital.

I think Mubarak is on the edge of homicidal tendencies, from what I've seen displayed here.  Perhaps the Orlando police should be on watch for her or maybe the FBI, though I'm not sure how good of a job they will do here.

But wait, she's got a bullhorn, so she won't be committing jihad and blowing herself up.  After all, when was the last time you actually saw the leaders of the promoters of the religion of pieces engage in actual, literal jihad other than with words?  No, they only do it for political and monetary gain.  They incite those who don't think for themselves and allow themselves to be brainwashed into doing the dirty deeds they are too cowardly to perform.

They're hypocrites to Islam which demands they engage in jihad.  They promote it, but don't have the stomach to do it themselves.

Finally, she tries to deflect from what she actually is attacking.

"This is not about what religiosity you practice," she said.

Oh yes, it is!  Mubarak is attempting to practice Islam with her words.  Her deeds are lacking.  However, who cares if she is offended?  I don't.  There is no right to not be offended in this country and frankly, if you are offended at the placement of an embassy, grow a thicker skin!  Stop your whining and complaining like a little girl!

The video concludes with another man attacking a Jewish man verbally.  This might be of interest to many of you.

I'll agree that the phrases are used.  I'll agree that there are many Jews in office today and in places of power who are as crooked as a dog's hind leg and they should be dealt with.  I don't believe they are "God's chosen people," as many claim (Read the Book of Hosea about who God will call his people), but the Church (which is composed of Gentiles (Rom. 9:25) and Jews in one new man (Eph. 2) and of the faith of Abraham (Galatians  3).

I could say the same about some Muslims in office, as well as some professed Christians.

However, while even some of my friends, who are Jews, point out there are Judases in their midst, much like in Communist Russia and Nazi Germany, I don't see them with this kind of vitriol that Ms. Mubarak has shown.

I believe they are in need of a Savior, their Messiah, Jesus the Christ, but they have not been what the man in the video claims by any stretch of the imagination.

As for Israel, I'm all for them existing and being a true country.  I do not believe they are any sort of Biblical prophecy fulfillment in any sense, but they have the right to exist and to defend themselves and to declare their own capital.

And so, as for President Trump's decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem, I say, great.  What's taken so long?

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