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Booed Biden Humiliated: White House in Tears after Rejected Iftaar Event

The White House has cancelled a un-Islamic Ramadan iftar meal which is not becoming of a Muslim to accept or engage in unislamic Iftaar festivities be it on any occasion anywhere. Joe Genocide and his bosses are the direct enemies of Islam.  The one who looks at such an invitation as Islamic is speeding into the lizards hole. Does one think those who have sold themselves to the Devil and who are thirsty to drink the blood of Muslims for the pleasure of the shayateen will feed you pure Halaal food?

Several Muslim Americans declined the invitation in protest of President Joe Biden’s support for the rogue regime, Israel’s total terrorist attacks.

The cancellation of the unislamic Iftaar meal on Tuesday came after Muslim community members warned leaders against attending the White House meal.

Edward Ahmed Mitchell said the event was nixed because so many people chose not to attend, including invitees who had initially agreed to go.

“The American Muslim community said very early on that it would be completely unacceptable for us to break bread with the very same White House that is enabling the Israeli government to starve and slaughter the Palestinian people in Gaza,” Mitchell told Al Jazeera.

Both CNN and NPR had reported on Monday that the White House was preparing a small community iftar.

But hours later, on Tuesday, the White House announced instead that it would be hosting a meal for Muslim government staffers only and holding a separate meeting with a few Muslim American community figures.

The cancelled iftar underscores Biden’s struggle to stem growing anger in US Arab and Muslim communities over his unconditional support for the terrorist state, Israel.

Critics warn the outrage could translate into peril for Mr Joe Genocide at the ballot box during November’s presidential election

Asked why the “community leaders” will not attend the iftar, Jean-Pierre said that they requested a meeting instead of a meal.

“They wanted to make sure that there was an opportunity to discuss the issues at hand,” she told reporters.

“They thought it would be important to do that. And so, we listened, we heard, and we adjusted the format to be responsive.”

Several Muslim American activists said the meeting will be another futile “photo-op”, arguing that the Muslim community has made its position known over the past six months.

“No matter how many meetings we have, no matter how many people have gone in, no matter how many conversations are being held, the White House has refused to change,” said Mohamad Habehh, the director of development at American Muslims for Palestine.

Habehh stressed that Biden cannot claim to care for the Muslim American community if he does not end his backing of Israel.

“These photo-ops that they’re doing — these discussions that they’re doing to somehow show they still have the Muslim community’s support — are just pathetic attempts to make themselves look good at a time where their true colours have been seen,” Habehh told Al Jazeera.

The Biden administration has held several off-the-record meetings with some Arabs and Muslims across the country since the start of the war in Gaza.

A key issue with such talks, activists say, is that the administration has been handpicking whom to meet with.

A Muslim advocate close to the administration presented a list of credible Palestinian American leaders to invite for a meeting at the White House last year, but the government rejected the suggested individuals, one source told Al Jazeera.

Emgage, a Muslim political advocacy group that endorsed Biden in 2020, said it received an invitation to Tuesday’s meeting but declined to attend, citing the US’s unconditional support for Israel and the mounting death toll in Gaza.

“In this moment of tremendous pain and suffering, we have asked the White House to postpone this gathering and to convene a proper policy meeting with representatives of the community’s choosing, rather than those selected by the White House,” Emgage CEO Wa’el Alzayat said in a statement.

Emgage outlined a list of demands for Biden, including an “immediate and permanent” ceasefire, the resumption of funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) and a “legitimate political track” for a Palestinian state.

Abed Ayoub, the executive director of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), said Biden’s unwavering support for Israel shows that meetings with administration officials over Gaza have not worked.

But Salima Suswell, the leader of the Black Muslim Leadership Council, said it is important for Biden to hear the perspective of Muslim Americans directly. She was attending Tuesday’s meeting at the White House.

“The President needs to understand that Black Muslims and Black Americans are devastated by the ongoing tragedy in Gaza, the loss of so many lives, and the Administration’s support of the onslaught,” Suswell told Al Jazeera in an email before the meeting.

“It’s very clear that the Muslim community will not accept these cheap attempts at outreach if they don’t answer our demands,” Mohamad Habehh, the director of development at American Muslims for Palestine, told Al Jazeera.

Protesters Break Fast and Pray Outside White House Instead

As the Biden White House held an iftar for US government staffers, protesters gathered outside the building to call for an end to Israel’s war on Gaza.

The demonstrators chanted in support of a ceasefire and accused Biden of enabling genocide.

They broke their fast and prayed in the soaking rain.

“It’s very clear that the Muslim community will not accept these cheap attempts at outreach if they don’t answer our demands,” Mohamad Habehh, the director of development at American Muslims for Palestine, told Al Jazeera.

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