According to a Fox News report, Zainab Chaudry, an anti-Israel activist who serves as the director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) Maryland office, made a number of antisemitic posts on social media following the horrific attacks on October 7th carried out by terror group Hamas.
Chaudry claimed the babies murdered during the terror attack were “fake” and compared Israel to Nazi Germany and a number of unhinged posts that peddled conspiracy theories.
“I will never be able to understand how the world summoned up rage for 40 fake Israeli babies while completely turning a blind eye to 3,000 real Palestinian babies,” Chaudry wrote in a Facebook post dated Oct. 26.
Chaudry also shared pictures comparing Israelis to Nazis in an October 17th post that read “[T]hat moment when you become what you hated most.”
From Fox News:
In another post from Nov. 6, Chaudry appeared to suggest the mere existence of Israel as a nation was the cause of the ongoing war, writing it was an “inconvenient fact.” She included an image of the words “it all started in 1948,” the year Israel was founded as a nation.
Others from the weeks following the attack showed Chaudry sharing a quote celebrating “martyred Palestinians,” and a post citing what appeared to be an Islamic prophesy that said “garrisons who defend the lands of Islam will be in Ashkelon,” an Israeli city north of the Gaza Strip.
Despite the posts, Chaudry has maintained her place on the Maryland Commission on Hate Crime Response and Prevention, a position for which she was nominated by Democrat Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown in August.
More over at Fox News:
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