Hamas-CAIR Attacks Florida Professor’s Free Speech Exposing Connections Between Islam & Terrorism

Excerpted from FREEDOM OUTPOST

The Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has launched an attack (no pun intended) on University of Central Florida (UCF) associate professor Jonathan Matusitz for stating his view that these is a connection between Islamism and terrorism.

The 36 year old professor, according to his bio on the UCF website, came to the U.S. from Belgium in 2000. He earned a Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma in 2006. He has 95 academic publications and more than 100 conference presentations to his credit and taught at a NATO-affiliated military base in Belgium. He also won an award for outstanding performance form the university, teaches several communication classes. One of those classes is Terrorism and Communication while another is on intercultural communication. He also wrote a book titled Terrorism & Communication: A Critical Introduction that was published last year.

CAIR points to a YouTube video of Professor Matusitz, who was speaking off campus, claiming that he has an anti-Muslim viewpoint. Now, this should be enough for people to recognize that there are many of us out here who have an anti-Muslim viewpoint. It’s called freedom of speech. What CAIR doesn’t point out is their anti-Christian stance.

Matusitz actually presents reasoning for why countries should resist the global spread of Islam as he stresses the link between Islamic culture and terrorism.

“Why do so many Muslims, relative to other religions, want to kill us?” he asks in the video. “The answer is easy, very easy. It is seven letters –culture.”

“How can you change a movement in which you have 1.5 billion members? It’s impossible,” he says. “We just have to resist it and just elect people who are willing just to resist it and just be true American. That’s the only answer. We’re not going to change Islam.” Keep Reading


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