Skip to comments.The woman fighting anti-Israel bias on campus
Posted on 09/25/2020 5:19:16 AM PDT by Eleutheria5
Michelle Rojas Tal is the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor on her mom's side, and the daughter of a Puerto Rican non-Jewish father. She grew up in New York City, where she had pride in both heritages, and a full understanding that she was one of the Jewish people.
She was 16 years old when the Twin Towers blew up across the river from her high school. While the events of 9/11 were a turning point in the young teenager's life, it was while in college that Michelle became an activist for Israel, when a professor claimed that the Israeli Mossad was responsible for the 1941 pogrom against the Jews of Baghdad, and nobody stood up. It was then that Michelle first raised her voice for the truth in the face of lies and ignorance about the Middle East.
Now the educational director for the organization StandWithUs, Michelle works tirelessly to bring the truth to college campuses and communities across the US.
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While the events of 9/11 were a turning point in the young teenager's life, it was while in college that Michelle became an activist for Israel, when a professor claimed that the Israeli Mossad was responsible for the 1941 pogrom against the Jews of Baghdad, and nobody stood up. It was then that Michelle first raised her voice for the truth in the face of lies and ignorance about the Middle East.
That's one professor who belongs on a slab.
The ex·Mufti escaped from Jerusalem and Palestine in the garb of a woman. In Syria he was on Mussolinis payroll. When, with the beginning of the war, his position in Syria, a French mandate, became insecure, he escaped to Iraq. There he worked hard and succeeded in bringing Iraq into the war against the Allies, the declaration of war having been made on May 2, 1941. At that time the Nazis entered Greece and Egypt.
When the revolt was crushed (mainly by the Jewish volunteers from Palestine), the ex-Mufti escaped to Iran and hid himself in the Japanese Embassy there. From Teheran he escaped to Italy, where his arrival was announced by the Fascist radio as a great and happy event; in November, 1941, he arrived in Berlin and was received by Hitler. In 1942 the ex-Mufti organized the Arab Legion that fought the American invasion in Africa (on Apr. 10, 1946, Representative Celler referred to 3,000 members of the Arab Legion that were held prisoners of war at Camp Opelika in Alabama)...
By the end of 1943 the ex-Mufti had organized Bosnian Black Legions to fight the Allies. He also bears a heavy responsibility for the annihilation of European Jewry, according to Nazi testimony given at Nuremberg. He visited the gas chambers; he wrote to the Cabinet Ministers of Hungary and Romania asking them to send the Jews from their countries to the concentration camps in Poland.
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