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CBN’s Erick Stakelbeck has a disturbing report on Kaukab Siddique, a college professor at Pennsylvania’s Lincoln University who has denied the Holocaust and called for Israel’s destruction.
Among his comments at a Labor Day weekend anti-Israel rally in Washington:
“We must stand united to defeat, to destroy, to dismantle Israel—if possible by peaceful means,” Kaukab Siddique said. “Perhaps, like Saladin, we will give them enough food and water to travel back to the lands from where they came to occupy other people.”
“For the Jews, I would say see what could happen to you if the Muslims wake up,” Siddique warned. “And I say to the Muslims, dear brothers and sisters, unite and rise up against this hydra-headed monster which calls itself Zionism.”
In addition, “CBN News found e-mail exchanges posted online in which Siddique called the Holocaust ‘a hoax’ that was ‘invented,’ saying there is ‘not even one document’ to prove it happened.”
Lincoln University told Stackelbeck that Siddique has tenure and freedom of speech, and thus they cannot do anything about his statements in a private setting.
Watch the full report here.
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