Why would Google and Fox News team up and invite a Muslim advocate to question Republican candidates during the debates? Nebela Noor, a 24 year old, popular YouTube personality thinks Islamophobia, a fabricated word, is a serious problem in America and has targeted Trump for his proposed ban on Muslims immigrating to the U.S.
She stated on one of her videos,
” To be hateful and islamophobic has become so common, that it is proudly displayed all around us, online, on the news, and in politics, it is dehumanizing and it hurts.”
I’m sure Google loves the fact this woman is going to be part of the debates, and will help other republicans in their choice for the nominee. And what about Fox? Is this the kind of pandering we should expect from the fair and balanced news source? Who would have thought giving someone like Noor a national platform in a presidential debate during a climate of unprecedented Islamic terrorism would be considered a smart media move.
I’m wondering if Google or Fox considered inviting a family member of the thousands in this country who have been affected by Islamic terrorism in the recent past. Maybe a husband or wife of one of our soldiers who were gunned down on Ft. Hood, or maybe the family of one of the marines killed in the Chattanooga terrorist attack. They wouldn’t even have to look more than a week ago to find someone in this country who hasn’t been affected by those following the doctrine Ms. Noor boasts as peaceful.
She further states in her video,
“We have a cultural landscape in America today that frightens me to my core. Turning on the news now is scary and often times humiliating.”
I’m wondering what Ms. Noor could be referring to as scary and humiliating? Could it be the mass assaults happening across Europe as the mostly Muslim men attack Western, non-Muslim women? Or maybe it was the recent shooting of a Philadelphia police officer by a man who claimed the reason for the attack was his allegiance Allah, followed by the Mayor who completely glossed over the motive. That is enough to make anyone a little uneasy, but not necessarily Ms. Noor.
Do Americans, touched in a negative way by Islam, have a voice in our country anymore? And is Fox going to take Google’s reference of a young Muslim-American girl to be a relevant person to question our republican candidates for the office of the presidency?
Ms. Noor went on to state this about Trump,
“It is hard not to see a bumper sticker of a bigoted presidential candidate and not feel personally attacked when his entire campaign rests on the backs of Muslim-Americans.”
Instead of a relevant personality deemed worthy by Google, Noor happens to be a cry baby just like Will Smith who didn’t get his trophy at the Oscars, only 10 times worse. She is simply one of many Muslims who doesn’t even understand her own religion/ideology. Or maybe she is starting to get a little uncomfortable that non-Muslims are acutely aware of what Islam is about, and it is not peace and tolerance.
She expects to live in a country that lost over 3000 lives, more than the attack on Pearl Harbor, to Islamic terrorism just 14 years ago and experience no skepticism of her ideology. And it is not like those attacks have ceased, but they are increasing at a rate directly proportional to the number of Muslims we are bringing into our midst. Something Trump has vowed to stop until the process proves safe for Americans.
Noor expressed her displeasure of the Republican frontrunner by displaying a picture attempting to link Trump to Hitler, revealing a lack of understanding in the history department.
It was the Muslim Brotherhood that was founded in 1928 for the purpose of conquering the non-Muslim West. According to Discovering the Networks, by the end of the 1930’s, following the Great Arab Revolt, there were over 500,000 members.
In order to expand their influence, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, who at the time was the Muslim Brotherhood leader, met with Hitler in 1941 and was intricately involved with promoting the genocide of Jews. The two shared many of the same goals, world domination, hatred for the Jews, and subordination of the individual.
Maybe Ms. Noor is simply ignorant or she is trying to deflect the truth that is being revealed on a daily basis about her faith on the world stage. Either way, I won’t expect much from Ms. Noor in the way of meaningful questioning towards any of the presidential candidates that participate Thursday night.