WORST UN SPEECH EVER… Obama Praises Muslim Cleric Who Called for Slaughter of US Soldiers

A NEW LOW FOR BARACK OBAMA…
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During his speech at the UN General Assembly Barack Obama praised Muslim cleric Sheikh Abdallal Bin Bahhah who supported a fatwa on “killing US soldiers.”

Barack Obama told the UN:

Look at the new Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies – Sheikh bin Bayyah described its purpose: ‘We must declare war on war, so the outcome will be peace upon peace.’

The Washington Free Beacon reported:

President Barack Obama favorably quoted and praised on Wednesday in his speech before the United Nations a controversial Muslim cleric whose organization has reportedly endorsed the terror group Hamas and supported a fatwa condoning the murder of U.S. soldiers in Iraq.

Obama in his remarks offered praise to controversial cleric Sheikh Abdallah Bin Bayyah and referred to him as a moderate Muslim leader who can help combat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL or ISIS) radical ideology.

However, Bin Bayyah himself has long been engulfed in controversy for many of his views, including the reported backing of a 2004 fatwa that advocated violent resistance against Americans fighting in Iraq.

Bin Bayyah is reported to have been one of several clerics who endorsed a 2004 fatwa that endorsed resistance against Americans fighting in Iraq. The fatwa backed by the International Association of Muslim Scholars (IAMS) ruled that resisting occupation troops in Iraq was a “duty.”

Here’s a video message from Bin Bayyah to the American Muslims.

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