The father of two of the Chapel Hill Shooting victims wrote for a Muslim publication which featured a pro-terrorist imam and compared the founding fathers to terrorists.
Dr. Mohammed Abu Salha, who lost both of his daughters, gave his Islamic views on marriage in this controversial and revealing op-ed written for the 2008 issue of The Voice, a Muslim publication.
“For girls, Hijab is a declaration of identity and demand for respect, and for both genders a Muslim group or ‘halaqa’ is shelter from deviance and a warm place for happiness and fun,” Abu Salha wrote.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, Abu Salha maintains that his daughters’ death is a hate crime. He is working with CAIR, a front group for the Muslim Brotherhood, to pressure the Justice Department to investigate.
Abu Salha also blames the media for reporting on Islamic terrorism.
“And I want to say one more thing, with the media bombarding every American every day with news about what they call Islamic terrorism–none of which is Islamic at all– they are really preparing people for such tragedies and triggering them and provoking them,” Salha said to MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow.
Dr. Abu Salha’s views on Islamic marriage are controversial especially given his role as a MD specializing in general psychiatry.
The Voice also profiled Imam Zaid Shakir, a controversial pro-terrorism imam who argued that America’s access to guns, not jihad, caused the Islamic terrorist attack at Ft. Hood.
Here is the rest of The Voice.
Note how this article endorsing Obama compares the American founding fathers to terrorists.