Nazi comparisons and denials about murdered babies amidst the slew of anti-Israeli rhetoric attributed to a Maryland official appointed to a hate crime prevention team.
At every turn, the extent to which the institutions have been captured becomes more apparent as evidenced by the revealing social media posts of one Zainab Chaudry. The director of the Maryland office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) brought new meaning to selective outrage, denying antisemitism called out in her own content while pushing to silence those speaking out against atrocities committed against Israel.
“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,” she said on Facebook on Oct. 26 after previously sharing an image that framed Israelis as worse than Nazis.
On Oct. 17, she had shared a post that showed the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany adorned with Nazi flags in 1936 juxtaposed with it lit up in solidarity for Israel displaying their flag and captioned the images, “that moment when you become what you hated most.”
Chaudry, whose social media was filled with similar content accusing Israel of genocide, had been nominated for and later awarded a position on the Maryland Commission on Hate Crime Response and Prevention in August.
Jennifer Donelan, a spokesperson for Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown (D) who had named the CAIR director for the role, told Fox News Digital “the views and opinions of any individual Commission member do not reflect those of either the Maryland Commission on Hate Crime Response and Prevention or the Attorney General.”
“We understand that there are many viewpoints regarding current events in the Middle East. The Commission will do its best to explore the impact of those events on our community, and to determine how best to address escalations in hate and bias incidents across the state,” she continued adding, “Just as we urge others to do, the Commission will identify ways in which we can foster productive and empathetic dialogue amongst ourselves that leads to mutual understanding. We, like the rest of the world, must first talk to one another and, most importantly, listen to one another as we work toward the goals of peace and tolerance.”
Meanwhile, Chaudry had used her position to penalize Johns Hopkins Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Director Dr. Darren Klugman who had taken a leave of absence after attention was drawn to his posts anti-Hamas posts.
A letter from CAIR to the Maryland Board of Physicians accused him of smearing “Palestinians as ‘barbaric animals,'” and voicing “support for their ‘large scale slaughter…'”
Speaking with CBS News Baltimore, Chaudry asserted, “There are consequences for this kind of rhetoric.”
Previously, it had been pointed out by activist Brigitte Gabriel that CAIR was among a group of organizations listed as part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s effort to infiltrate the United States at every level of society in order to “dominate the West and establish Islamic government on earth.”
What was clear from Chaudry, who contended that 1948, not Oct. 7, was when aggression had actually started, was that she was wholly unapologetic for her Facebook content.
On Monday she wrote, “your discomfort with my posts on palestine isn’t greater than my discomfort over your silence and complicity in crimes against humanity.”
Further, while railing against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and spouting talking points indistinguishable from pro-Hamas propaganda, she told Fox News Digital, “There is no conflict between condemning the Israeli government’s genocidal war crimes overseas and standing up against all forms of hate here at home, including antisemitism, Islamophobia and anti-Palestinian racism. False smears from anti-Palestinian and anti-Muslim extremists will not stop me from standing up for justice here and abroad.”
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