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What’s your local Muslim Student Union chapter up to these days? At UC Irvine, they’re raising money for “everyone’s favorite terrorist uncle, Sami Al Arian,” reports Jonathan Constantine at Red County:

Thanks to the UC Irvine Muslim Student Union and the greater Muslim community of Orange County, everyone’s favorite terrorist uncle, Sami Al-Arian, get his own hagiographic screening at the Woodbridge 5 Theater on Barranca pkwy in Irvine. The show costs 10 dollars a ticket, and proceeds will go to this scum’s legal defense fund. Among other charges, he is on trial for his involvement in Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and his role in terror attacks responsible for 100’s of deaths in Israel.

I ask readers to please protest the screening. Please voice your thoughts by calling the Theater at (949) 733-0980.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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