Dyab Abou Jahjah: Islamo Fascist Who Praised Terror Attack In Jerusalem Operates Freely In Belgium Inciting Jihad & Jew Hatred
'Pimp Of The Prophet' Jahjah Refused To Debate Theo Van Gogh At 2004 Event
MIM: In 2004 Theo van Gogh confronted Islamo facist and Arab European League 'fuhrer' Diab Abou Jahjah, who refused to debate him and left the podium. Jahjah's posse of thugs threatened him. Theo called Jahjah "The Pimp of the Prophet' . http://www.militantislammonitor.org/article/id/338
"Outside, journalist Youri Albrecht attempted to cajole the insulted pimp back to the podium. In the meantime, Mr. Dittrich explained in front of the cameras that he was "in complete solidarity" with the honored guest from Belgium.
A young man with a low forehead with a deep wrinkle which made it hard to discern between Allah and Ground Zero attempted to have Albrecht arrested for assault by two passing policemen.
This was a good foretaste of what we can expect if Mr. Aboe Jah Jah suceeds using democratic means to implement the Shari'a. . In the meantime his body guards announced, "We'll finish that pig off", and, "We're not taking it any longer from that pig", which I suspect was in reference to me.
"What I think about Dyab should be common knowledge; a religious fascist who propagates Apartheid, wants to destroy Israel and exhibits the most demagogue like traits while espousing the most undemocratic standpoints in general."
Theo Van Gogh
Belgian columnist fired after praising Jerusalem terror attack
Left-leaning Belgian daily fires Dyab Abou Jahjah who said Armon Hanatziv attack was "resistance, not terrorism".
Ben Ariel and JTA, י"ב בטבת תשע"ז, 1/10/2017
A Belgian daily newspaper fired one of its columnists after he praised Sunday's terrorist attack in Jerusalem, in which four Israeli soldiers were murdered, JTA reports Monday.
De Standaard, a left-leaning Flemish-language daily, announced that it would no longer feature columns by Dyab Abou Jahjah, a Lebanon-born activist from Belgium who has called for violent attacks on Jewish Israelis.
A day earlier, Belgian Jews took to Twitter to condemn Abou Jahjah's remarks, which included: "By any means necessary, #freepalestine," following the attack in the Armon Hanatziv neighborhood in which a terrorist plowed a truck through a crowd of soldiers.
Abou Jahjah also reportedly wrote on Facebook that the attack was "not terrorism but resistance."
Abou Jahjah, a Hezbollah supporter who has accused Israel of genocide, has written a weekly column for De Standaard for the past three years.
"Debate has borders and for us the border lies short of support of violence of any kind," De Standaard wrote in an editorial on Monday announcing the dismissal.
The Forum of Jewish Organizations of Flemish Jews said in a statement Monday that it was "shocked" by Abou Jahjah's remarks and called on "certain media offering him a platform" to stop publishing his writings.
The remarks on the attack in Jerusalem are not the first time that Abou Jahjah has attacked Jews, Israelis and their supporters.
In 2015, he called Antwerp's mayor "a Zionist c***sucker" on Twitter, according to JTA. He also founded a Muslim European group that published on its website a picture of Anne Frank in bed with Adolf Hitler as well as a caricature suggesting that Jews invented the Holocaust.
The Jewish Chronicle of London has described Abou Jahjah, who famously posed for a picture while holding an AK-47 assault rifle in his native Lebanon, as a former Hezbollah combatant.
After the 9/11 attacks of 2001 in New York, Abou Jahjah spoke of his "feeling of victory." As well, in an interview published last year in the Dutch daily Volkskrant, Abou Jahjah defended his claim that the Israeli flag is comparable to that of Nazi Germany "because both countries practiced ethnic cleansing."
He later rejected claims that the statement and others by him were anti-Semitic.
Abou Jahjah's remarks are not the first incident of anti-Semitism in Belgium. In September, a Belgian Muslim official resigned from his position as a minister's adviser on tolerance after he compared Israel to Nazi Germany and the Islamic State (ISIS).
The official, Youssef Kobo, offered to resign after finding he could no longer fulfill his duties.
Kobo had apologized for his vitriol against Israel, which he said was a modern Nazi Germany and "an identical twin" of the ISIS terrorist group.
He said he was "young and stupid" when he wrote the Facebook posts in 2014, which he said he "regrets".
In April, Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon compared the Muslim terrorists who were hiding in Brussels with the Jews who hid in World War II.
Asked in an interview how it was possible that the terrorist network which was behind the attacks in Brussels could hide for a long time in the heart of Brussels, Jambon replied, "Someone who is hiding and receiving support from the population, can remain hidden a long time."
"There are Jewish people who went into hiding for years... and (the Nazi) regime never found them," he added.
Newspaper Fires Abou Jahjah After He Defends Attack In Jerusalem
Krant ontslaat Abou Jahjah na verdedigen aanslag Jeruzalem
'Buiten de grenzen'
Volgens De Standaard plaatst Abou Jahjah zich met zijn uitspraken buiten de grenzen van het debat dat de krant op zijn eigen platformen wil voeren. "Aan het brede debat zijn grenzen, en die liggen voor ons bij het ondersteunen van geweld zonder onderscheid", schrijft hoofdredacteurKarel Verhoeven.
Dyab Abou Jahjah heeft via de sociale media op zijn gedwongen vertrek gereageerd: "Ik werd net ontslagen door De Standaard omdat ik voor gerechtigheid stond en voor het recht van onderdrukte mensen om de bezetting te weerstaan. Dank u voor de herinnering aan de wijze waarop deze wereld hypocriet is."
Abou Jahjay is oprichter van de Arabisch-Europese Liga, die zich profileert als hoeder van de Arabisch-islamitische identiteit. De groep komt op voor de belangen van Arabische immigranten, behoud van eigen cultuur en islamitische feestdagen. Omstreden is de steun van de AEL voor de ontmanteling van de staat IsraŽl.
Ophef in Nederland
In Nederland ontstond eerder commotie over Abou Jahjah toen bekend werd dat uitgeverij De Bezige Bij zijn boek Pleidooi voor radicalisering ging uitgeven. Verschillende auteurs stapten op, onder wie Jessica Durlacher en Tommy Wierenga.
Ook was er vooraf ophef over zijn optreden bij het televisieprogrammaZomergasten
"The Pimp of the Prophet" Dyab Abou Jahjah And His Islamo Fascist Thugs - Amsterdam 2004