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LAX "Independence Day from Jihad on Jews" Memorial spotlights need to overcome political-correctness on Islamic anti-Semitism

July 4th, 2018, Vicky Hen monument at LAX is decorated for
16th Memorial Ceremony. Rabbi Moshe Parry leads Kaddish with
father, Avi and brother Udi Hen for 30 attendees, behind-camera 
You might assume that after 15-years of hosting a July 4th public memorial ceremony at L.A.X, the Israeli-American family of Islamist-slain, El Al customer-service agent Vicky Hen would feel proud of how their family's sacrifice has helped awaken Jewish (and Christian) citizens to the threat Islamism poses to Jewish and Israel-supportive individuals. 

With the absence of presence (or publicity support by) the Israeli Consulate,  fewer people attend, and the press no longer report on the phenomenon of Islamist bigotry against Jews- a contributing factor to the Muslim intolerance of a Jewish State in the Mid-East. The Hen family takes no solace in witnessing Jewish-Americans less-informed, placing more importance on avoiding recognizing Islam's threat to Jews, instead of standing-up in our own defense - under the banner of the sacrificed Vicky Hen and Yakov Aminov as proof of the need to for authorities to recognize this and protect Jews in the diaspora.

During Independence Day week, just thirty minutes from the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, a Shia-Iranian-affiliated Muslim Congress hosted speakers who stoke and justify anti-Semitism among their Muslim-American attendees.

The LAX Independence Day jihad attack was executed by Hesham Mohamed Hadayet, an Egyptian Muslim immigrant to the Los Angeles metropolis. Egyptian authorities had
Attacker, Hesham Hadayet
left a suicide by terror note
on his front-door "Read the
Koran" (photo: BBC)
accused and arrested him of being a member of the Islamic Group, Gama'a al-Islamiyya (IG), which is on the U.S. Department of State's Foreign Terrorist Organizations list. 
He applied for asylum in 1992. Hadayet's asylum request was denied by the INS and he was placed in removal proceedings. However, after Hadayet "did not receive the notice of his immigration hearing date due to an incorrect mailing address, the EOIR terminated the proceeding." 

Over the past years, several former Muslims have appeared at the Memorial for the victims to confirm Islamism's (cloaked in pro-Palestinianism) threat to Jews and Christian Zionists. Klaus Benamy Hackel, El Al's German-born station-chief at L.A.X. on July 4, 2002, moved to L.A. to escape the terror-risk after a number of years working at Israel's Ben Gurion airport.

 
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This video playlist is compiled from this and several years past of "LAX Independence from Jihad on Jews" Memorials features this years and past years speakers, including several former Muslims who address Islam's special threat against Jews. 

This playlist also includes 2 clips from an Islamo-Leftist rally at LAX in 2017 which protested the Trump administrations restrictions on terrorist-supportive countries unable to properly vet travelers, such as Hesham Mohamed Hadayet.

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