At an International Quds Day rally in Dearborn, Mich., organized by the Al-Quds Committee, several speakers promoted violence against Israel.

According to the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) report, the rally took place on April 29 and was streamed live on the Facebook page.

The rally moderator called for a “noble, honorable [and] brave armed resistance” in Palestine and for its “complete liberation.”

Michigan author Fatima Najdi recited a poem about how she could see the “quivering fear” of the “cancerous entity” that is Israel and hear the “final rasping breath of those Zionists.”

“When Tel Aviv is razed to that ground, ‘never to humiliation!’ we will shout,” she exclaimed.

The rally moderator said: “The Zionists can admit that there is no two-state solution. Why can’t some of us? What’s left? Peaceful protests? Again, we have some people who want to remain acceptable in the mainstream. They want to look like moderates. They are afraid of being labeled as extremists, so they dissociate themselves from the noble, the honorable, the brave armed Palestinian resistance.”

“The only solution for our brothers and sisters in Palestine is armed resistance—and we support that, and we are with that, in our hearts and in our entire beings,” said the moderator.


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