BIN: A Democratic Congressional candidate for California’s 50th District is fighting a close race for the 2020 election. He is young and good looking and endorsed by many politicians including former President Barack Obama. This is all quite shocking considering that Ammar Campa-Najjar is unashamed of his links to infamous terrorists.
His website states that Campa-Najjar was born in California and raised in San Diego by his mother who is described as both “Christian” and “Catholic.”
His bio does not mention his father but an investigative article by the Clarion Project identified him as Yasser Mohammad Yousef al-Najjar, the Palestinian Authority’s ambassador to Norway appointed in 2005 who was accused by his own people of corruption.
More significantly, Yasser Al-Najjar’s father, the potential congressman’s grandfather, was Muhammad Yusuf al-Najjar also known as Abu Youssef, a member of the Palestinian terrorist organization Black September headed by Yasser Arafat. Abu Youssef was one of the masterminds who took part in the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes and a German police officer at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
Though the congressional candidate claims to have rejected his grandfather’s legacy and has been endorsed by the Jewish community in his district, he has also referred to his terrorist grandfather as a “legend” and a “public servant” on social media. more …
Opinion: The legend participated in a massacre that shocked the world in 1972. Terrorism seemed confined to the Middle East until the news of the brutal slaying. That the young politician is endorsed by Barack Obama fits to a tee …
… the former US president never met a terrorist he didn’t like, as evidenced by his invitation to the Muslim Brotherhood to his June 2009 Cairo apology speech.
The 1972 Munich Olympic Massacre of 11 Israeli athletes was executed by a cesspool of Islamic militants beginning with masterminds Yasser Arafat/Abu Yusuf, the planner Abu Daoud, and the financier Abu Mazen aka Mahmoud Abbas.
I found a must see video with details the Munich Massacre.
That the young Democratic Congressional candidate for California’s 50th District is proud of his Catholic family is curious, in that his personal religion is ‘ambiguous’.