Terrorist’s father wins international human rights award for defending another terrorist’s wife

In ironic twist and record moral low, Muhammad Alyan, whose Muslim terrorist son perpetrated the October 2015 terror attack in Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv neighborhood murdering 3 Israelis, wins international human rights award.

Alyan recently represented Nadia Abu Jamaal, the widow of  the Muslim terrorist Ghassan Abu Jamaal, who participated in the November 2014 terrorist attack on a synagogue in the Har Nof neighborhood in the capital, murdering five worshippers and a police officer.

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Outrageously, for representing Abu Jamaal, Alyan received the prize for best international human rights attorney in a ceremony held in the terror nest of Al-Quds University in Abu Dis, east of Jerusalem.

The university collaborated with the International Institute for Human Rights and Peace in Caen, northern France, to present the award.

Maor Zemach, CEO of the Lach Yerushalayim (“For You, Jerusalem”) advocacy group that seeks to safeguard Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem, said that “the consul general of France in Jerusalem and four French MPs awarded a prize to the father of a despicable murderer. He defends the rights of terrorists who murder worshippers while they are praying. This is an unimaginable record moral low.”

Zemach called on the political echelon to respond severely “against the countries who support this distorted morality, and against the university of terrorism in Abu Dis.”

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3 comments

  1. History shows ; there are selectors without a moral compass..! The very worst to get an Award has to be Yasser Arafat ?? ( 1994 Nobel Peace Prize – jointly awarded ) ??
    Records indicate: Arafat was directly associated with terrorism at various stages of his life.!
    ………………………………………….
    This recent moral low ” supported by French MP’s ” is most disturbing & appears corrupt.
    Similarly, any ” close connections of a terrorist ” should be disqualified from such awards.
    To add insult to injury; there are many ” deserving of an award ” that unjustly missed out.

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