The name of “Tamimi” should be totally familiar to all progressive people, and certainly to socialists.

In this essay John Spencer of Jihadwatch does a great exposure of Tamimi, and thus of Islam


“Tamimi distinguishes good Muslims from their adversaries this way: ‘We love death. They love life.'”

“Tamimi distinguishes good Muslims from their adversaries this way: ‘We love death. They love life.'”

“Good Muslims”? I guess that makes Tamimi a venomous Islamophobe. Expect denunciations from CAIR momentarily, Tamimi.

Meanwhile, Tamimi himself may have something like this in mind:

“Say (O Muhammad): O ye who are Jews! If ye claim that ye are favoured of Allah apart from (all) mankind, then long for death if ye are truthful.” — Qur’an 62:6

“Canada’s new Taliban-booster says good Muslims ‘love death,'” by Terry Glavin in the National Post, July 21 (thanks to Paul):

“Long live the Taliban” might seem an unlikely thing for a prominent anti-war figure to declare, but that’s today’s peace movement for you. Stranger still, the man who recently uttered those words, Azzam Tamimi, is a central figure in a new Toronto-based institute that is embarking upon what it describes as a national campaign to cultivate wholesome, faith-based civic virtues among Canada’s young Muslims.The Al-Fauz Institute for Islamic Thought says its purpose is to teach young Muslims how to apply Islamic ideas to Canada’s pluralistic society and “prepare young minds that will take up the mantle of the Muslim community.” Tamimi is scheduled to launch the institute’s ambitious public-relations and proselytizing efforts in Canada with a July 24-27 Islamic history course at Ryerson University.

But Tamimi has loudly renounced democracy, explicitly praises suicide bombers, and he’s said he’d even be happy to blow himself up in Israel: “It’s the straight way to pleasing my God and I would do it if I had the opportunity.” Tamimi distinguishes good Muslims from their adversaries this way: “We love death. They love life.”


“Allah hath purchased of the believers their persons and their goods; for theirs (in return) is the garden (of Paradise): they fight in His cause, and slay and are slain…” — Qur’an 9:111

Tamimi recently proclaimed: “I don’t believe in democracy anymore,” and it was at an anti-Israel rally in Dublin only three months ago that Tamimi declared: “With regard to their attitudes to liberation, I say ‘Long Live the Taliban’.”You’d never know any of this from the billing the Al-Fauz institute gives Tamimi. He’s presented as a Palestinian-born British academic and a “political activist.” His leading role with Britain’s Stop The War Coalition is noted. But nowhere does the institute mention that Tamimi is also high-ranking ideologue for Hamas, one of the deadliest organizations listed under Canada’s anti-terrorism laws….



We like this analysis by Spencer. Spencer is a thousanf times more progressive than all those “lefties” who are backing Islam.


We support everything that Spencer is doing

Hugh Fitzgerald added these words about Tamimi


Azzam Tamimi until quite recently lived in London, where he conducted propaganda for Muslim Arabs, and especially for Hamas (on this see Martin Kramer). He was a frequent guest on the BBC radio, where he was treated with great deference by the BBC newscasters, the same ones who so enjoyed hectoring on every conceivable occasion any Israeli whom they felt compelled, in the interests of soi-disant “fairness,” to interview.

Apparently Tamimi has gone on to pastures new — the snowy pastures, quelques arpents de neige, of too-trusting Canada, to which he has somehow gained admission — who allowed him in? who thought that Azzam Tamimi’s presence would be anything other than murderously malign, not least for Canadian Jews, and Christian refugees from Muslim lands?

It is not as if Azzam Tamimi is an unknown. He has a long and visible record as a hatemonger, and you can see Azzam Tamimi in many places right on Youtube.

Here, for example:

If you were deciding who should be granted the rare privilege of living in Canada, would you grant such a right to Azzam Tamimi?

No, I didn’t think you would.

But then you have common sense.

Who, in Canada’s immigration and naturalization services, apparently does not possess such common sense?

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