Berkeley Pro-Sharia Professor calls for Violent Uprising Against US Government
Why is a CAIR backed “professor”, allowed to be a senior speaker at the University of Berkeley, against Israel?
Even the United Arab Emirates has the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), on their terror list. Yet in the USA, the Muslim Brotherhood has been able to openly place a member, in one of our most prestigious colleges.
Dr. Bazian names certain people in the US, as being behind “Islamophobia”. Pamela Geller and Pat Robertson, among others.
Dr Bazian openly calls for an intifada [violent uprising] in the USA, like those in Palestine and Iraq.
Dr. Bazian wants to change the “political dynamics” of the USA. He supports Linda Sarsour, and her demand for Sharia civil courts, in the USA.
Dr. Bazian also likes to blame Jews, for Islamic “hate speech”. He calls for boycotts against Israel. He says he wants to re-write history, whatever that means.
Dr. Bazian is obviously pro-Palestine. It is important to remember that Palestine is ruled by Hamas and The Palestine Authority, both enforcing strict Sharia Laws.
It is also important to remember that Israel, a US ally, is the last place in Middle East not under Sharia Laws. The last place there, where women are equal to men.
When considering Dr. Bazians project at Berkeley, Islamophobia Research and Documentation, it is important to remember that forty-six Islamic countries can arrest you for blasphemy. Pakistan just sentenced a man to death, over a Facebook post. Indonesia just imprisoned a Christian for two years, for reading a quote from the Quran. Jordan put a man on trial, for tweeting a cartoon.
When Dr. Bazian cries Islamophia, what he is really saying, is don’t speak the truth about Sharia Laws.
Dr. Bazian is teaching the students of Berkeley, that his feelings are more important, than their Constitutional free speech rights.
American parents can’t help but look at the violent uprisings at Berkeley, and not wonder if their propaganda pushing professors, are the culprits behind it.
Why is Berkeley University allowing a Sharia follower, to lead the way to violence?
According to a report released today by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Center for Race and Gender at UC Berkeley, 33 Islamophobic groups had access to at least $205 million in total revenue between 2008-2013.
The report, titled “Confronting Fear,” also presents a four-point strategy designed to achieve a shared American understanding of Islam
On April 21 and 22, the University of California, Berkeley Center for Race and Gender will host a conference, called “Islamophobia Production and Re-Defining the Global ‘Security’ Agenda for the 21st Century,” to address civil rights issues resulting from the alarming rise in anti-Muslim sentiment in American society.
Scholars, activists and experts, including representatives of the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), will take part in panel discussions on topics such as “Producing Islamophobia and Fomenting Fear,” “Islamophobia, Citizenship, Patriotism and the Security State,” “Race and Racism in US Election: Wedge Issue and Who Benefits?” and “Clash of Civilizations Discourses and Muslim Otherness.”
Two American groups that represent Muslims — the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim American Society — had been designated terrorist groups by the Gulf state.
Dr. Hatem Bazian is the founder and director of the Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project (IRDP), which is housed at UC Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender. In 2012, Dr. Bazian founded and currently is the Editor in Chief of the Islamophobia Studies Journal, a global resource for academic and applied research on Islamophobia. In addition to IRDP, Dr. Bazian is a lecturer in the Departments of Near Eastern and Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Bazian is a co-founder and Professor of Islamic Law and Theology at Zaytuna College, the 1st Accredited Muslim Liberal Arts College in the United States. Dr. Bazian between 2002-2007, also served as an adjunct professor of law at Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley.
The Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project has the following goals:
- Support graduate and undergraduate research and documentation focused on issues of Islamophobia through mentorship and intellectual exchange
- Establish an advisory group of a diverse community of faculty working on issues related to Islamophobia
- Provide seed funding for specific research projects on Islamophobia
- Publish an annual report documenting the status of Islamophobia within the United States (here)
- Publish a bi-annual peer reviewed academic periodical focusing on emerging research on Islamophobia (here)
- Host an annual conference to discuss and analyze research outcomes
Dr.Hatem Bazian, a Ph.D. in Philosophy & Islamic Studies from UC Berkeley. He is a Professor and co-founder of Zaytuna College, & Senior Lecturer, UC Berkeley.
Hatem Bazian is a co-founder and Professor of Islamic Law and Theology at Zaytuna College, the 1st Accredited Muslim Liberal Arts College in the United States. In addition, Prof. Bazian is a lecturer in the Departments of Near Eastern and Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Bazian between 2002-2007, also served as an adjunct professor of law at Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley. He teaches courses on Islamic Law and Society, Islam in America: Communities and Institutions, De-Constructing Islamophobia and Othering of Islam, Religious Studies, and Middle Eastern Studies.
In addition to academic work, Dr, Bazian is a weekly columnist for the Turkish Daily Sabah Newspaper and Turkey Agenda online magazine. Dr. Bazian is founder and national Chair of American Muslims for Palestine, board member of the Islamic Scholarship Fund, Muslim Legal Fund of America, President of Dollar for Deen Charity, and Chair of Northern California Islamic Council.
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