NY Jets Player Speaks at Extreme Anti-Israel Conference

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odayOday Aboushi has been touted as being the first Palestinian-American player in the National Football League (NFL), but his radical behavior since being drafted by the New York Jets less than three months ago could get him sent home early. His latest infraction was made as he gave a speech at a radical Muslim conference sponsored by a group denying Israel’s right to exist and associated with blatantly anti-Semitic and terrorist propaganda.

When the New York Jets chose Offensive Lineman Oday Aboushi in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL draft, they did so because of Aboushi’s athletic skills. It seems, though, that his personal life was not a consideration, at least not enough to stop the team from picking him. Problems in the NFL usually revolve around drugs or alcohol abuse or players being bad influences in the locker rooms. Aboushi’s problem is an unusual one for pro sports. He’s a Muslim extremist.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. As long as he is not anti black or gays, he will not be sent packing.
    Haven’t you noticed there is a double standard when it comes to Jews and Israel.

  2. I guess he’s too stupid to realize whose paying his salary with the Jets.

    Hope he’s cut because he can’t handle the No Fun League.

  3. Those Jet fans and sports mavens can and should use their writing and calling ability to let the team officers what they think of the Muslim FANATIC, and that coming to view games will be off-limits now…

    Money boycotts is what changes minds..

  4. Maybe Akuperma can play for the Jets too? I can’t see why he would object to a Muslim fanatic, when he believes Israel should be under Muslim rule.