Former Weather Underground, SDS, and Communist Party extremists defame critics of the Khalil Gibran International (Arabic-themed) Academy in New York City. According to one of those critics, the group Stop the Madrassa, these parties back ex-KGIA principal Debbie Almontaser (of “intifada”-means-oppression fame) and the failing multicultural school experiment. Many of them are academics, and they join supporters that include cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Among these academics, who have now made their views known to Mayor Michael Bloomberg in a letter, is William Ayers, a ’60s militant who helped lead the Weather Underground, which bombed the NYPD headquarters and planned attacks on the Capitol and the Pentagon.
Stop the Madrassa says that “once again, radical Islamist groups and their enablers are attempting to silence American citizens through boycotts, name-calling, threats of lawsuits, defamatory accusations and other forms of intimidation.”
Having villians like Ayers engage in calling KGIA critics “a small group of fear-mongering bigots” is likely to hasten the demise of KGIA and stiffen opposition to its existence. As for Stop the Madrassa, it vows it “will not be silenced” and will “stand in solidarity with others who have been defamed or targeted for exposing the dangers of Islamo-fascism and jihadism.”