Muslim extremist shouldn't have been invited to Jewish event
December 25, 2020
A Muslim-American extremist has been disinvited from a Jewish-organized civil rights panel, and Jewish liberals are denouncing his removal as a suppression of free speech.
But the real outrage here is that he was invited in the first place.
Salam Al-Marayati, longtime president of the Muslim Public Affairs Council, was invited by a group called Jews United for Democracy to speak as part of its panel on “After Four Years of Division, Tension and Bigotry — Now What?”
Yet Al-Marayati himself is a promoter of division, tension and bigotry. Bigotry against Jews, that is.