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    Moron compares Oday Aboushi to Hernandez!

    I was happy to see no one posted the original slanderous article yesterday that was all innuendo without a single quote from Oday supporting their position.

    And what a change in the NY media jumping to his defense instead of adding it to the circus accusations. So happy Mehta is gone!

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    NY Jets' Oday Aboushi unfairly compared to alleged murderer Aaron Hernandez by MLB.com employee on Twitter

    According to The Sporting News recount of Yahoo's story, Aboushi was vaguely connected to an anti-Semitic activist group in the article, but Aboushi was not quoted and was hardly mentioned in the piece, which has since been deleted, but not before being ripped on Twitter.

    By Seth Walder / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

    Thursday, July 11, 2013, 10:01 PM


    Jets OL Oday Aboushi is of Palestinian decent and played high school football in Brooklyn. He is the target of a since-deleted Yahoo! sports article which prompts an unfair comparison to Aaron Hernandez on Twitter.

    MLB.com's New Media Coordinator Jonathan Mael made what he himself later described as a "beyond inappropriate" comparison when he insulted Jets offensive lineman Oday Aboushi via Twitter Wednesday. Mael tweeted, via the Sporting News, "The @nyjets are a disgrace of an organization. The Patriots have Aaron Hernandez, the Jets have Oday Aboushi." The tweet was later deleted.
    Aboushi is Palestinian-American. Hernandez has been charged with murder in a case in Massachusetts.
    Mael's tweet comparing the Jets fifth round pick last year to the alleged murder appears to stem from a strange Yahoo! sports article.

    According to The Sporting News recount of Yahoo's story, Aboushi was vaguely connected to an anti-Semitic activist group in the article, but Aboushi was not quoted and was hardly mentioned in the piece, which has since been deleted. But Mael took to Twitter off the story.
    Aboushi wrote on Twitter Thursday evening, "Can't thank everyone enough for all the supportive and strong words! Continuing to hold my head high. Thank You!"
    The Jets declined to comment on the matter. Mael later apologized in two tweets that read: "I apologize to the @nyjets organization and to (Oday) Aboushi for my insensitive and offensive tweet... The comparison was beyond inappropriate and did not reflect my true beliefs."
    Aboushi, on his Twitter account @Oday_Aboushi75, retweeted many who sent him support throughout Thursday evening. Aboushi was the Jets fifth-round draft pick in this year's draft.
    Aboushi played his high school ball in Brooklyn at Xaverian High School and college football at Virginia.
    Twitter.com/SethWalderNYDN




    Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...#ixzz2Yqib0XKk

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNeedNewton View Post
    I was happy to see no one posted the original slanderous article yesterday that was all innuendo without a single quote from Oday supporting their position.

    And what a change in the NY media jumping to his defense instead of adding it to the circus accusations. So happy Mehta is gone!

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    NY Jets' Oday Aboushi unfairly compared to alleged murderer Aaron Hernandez by MLB.com employee on Twitter

    According to The Sporting News recount of Yahoo's story, Aboushi was vaguely connected to an anti-Semitic activist group in the article, but Aboushi was not quoted and was hardly mentioned in the piece, which has since been deleted, but not before being ripped on Twitter.

    By Seth Walder / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

    Thursday, July 11, 2013, 10:01 PM


    Jets OL Oday Aboushi is of Palestinian decent and played high school football in Brooklyn. He is the target of a since-deleted Yahoo! sports article which prompts an unfair comparison to Aaron Hernandez on Twitter.

    MLB.com's New Media Coordinator Jonathan Mael made what he himself later described as a "beyond inappropriate" comparison when he insulted Jets offensive lineman Oday Aboushi via Twitter Wednesday. Mael tweeted, via the Sporting News, "The @nyjets are a disgrace of an organization. The Patriots have Aaron Hernandez, the Jets have Oday Aboushi." The tweet was later deleted.
    Aboushi is Palestinian-American. Hernandez has been charged with murder in a case in Massachusetts.
    Mael's tweet comparing the Jets fifth round pick last year to the alleged murder appears to stem from a strange Yahoo! sports article.

    According to The Sporting News recount of Yahoo's story, Aboushi was vaguely connected to an anti-Semitic activist group in the article, but Aboushi was not quoted and was hardly mentioned in the piece, which has since been deleted. But Mael took to Twitter off the story.
    Aboushi wrote on Twitter Thursday evening, "Can't thank everyone enough for all the supportive and strong words! Continuing to hold my head high. Thank You!"
    The Jets declined to comment on the matter. Mael later apologized in two tweets that read: "I apologize to the @nyjets organization and to (Oday) Aboushi for my insensitive and offensive tweet... The comparison was beyond inappropriate and did not reflect my true beliefs."
    Aboushi, on his Twitter account @Oday_Aboushi75, retweeted many who sent him support throughout Thursday evening. Aboushi was the Jets fifth-round draft pick in this year's draft.
    Aboushi played his high school ball in Brooklyn at Xaverian High School and college football at Virginia.
    Twitter.com/SethWalderNYDN




    Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...#ixzz2Yqib0XKk
    Another case of a dumbass with the credential to publish information for a news outlet, and then embarrasses himself on social media.

    Another case of a jackass in the media being an ignorant hack, and why sports journalism needs to be revolutionized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNeedNewton View Post
    I was happy to see no one posted the original slanderous article yesterday that was all innuendo without a single quote from Oday supporting their position.
    Uh yeah, I guess you weren't on the board yesterday.

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    What about this article?

    Jets May Give Roster Spot to Anti-Israel Extremist After Releasing Tebow

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-S...ist-NYJ-Player

    The New York Jets reportedly had issues with some of Tim Tebow "rabid" fans who were drawn to his outspoken Evangelical faith, but the team may offer a roster spot to an anti-Israel extremist who has embraced radical organizations that deny Israel's right to exist and propagate what one publication has said is "blatantly anti-Semitic and terrorist propaganda."

    The Jets released Tebow in the offseason, but Oday Aboushi, a Palestinian-American player the Jets drafted this year in fifth round out of the University of Virginia, may make the Jets roster as a backup offensive lineman.

    In detailed account at FrontPage Mag, Aboushi is described as a "Muslim extremist" who has most recently participated in a "three-day El-Bireh Convention 2013 (“Connect 2013″)" that was held this past June in Arlington, Virginia. Aboushi had posted anti-Israel photos and statements on social media sites. And as FrontPage Mag wrote, "Lest anyone believe this was an honest misunderstanding on Aboushi’s part, Aboushi solidified his extreme anti-Israelism late last month when he was a featured speaker at a conference run by an organization which denies Israel’s existence and associates with those involved in violence against her citizens."

    According to the publication, "El-Bireh Palestine Society’s logo, found atop the organization’s website, contains a graphic of the entire nation of Israel covered in a Palestinian flag is accompanied by horrifically anti-Semitic, anti-Christian and terrorist propaganda." Furthermore, "on the same El-Bireh Facebook site as the conference, there are contained different images of Hitler and rabid anti-Christian cleric Ahmed Deedat, who authored the infamous work CRUCIFIXION OR CRUCI-FICTION?" The site also reportedly has a picture of four individuals stomping on an American flag in addition to terrorist memorials.

    Participants at conference, according to FrontPage Mag, included Nitham Hasan. Hassan is the President of the Islamic Center of South Florida (ICOSF), which is on property owned by "a group named by the U.S. Justice Department as being a party to the financing of millions of dollars to Hamas."

    Following the conference, Aboushi tweeted, “Al bireh convention was a pleasure. Proud Palestinians is always a good sight.”

    In the past, Aboushi has posted a photo, on Twitter, of Orthodox Jews evicting an elderly Palestinian woman that has been used by anti-Israel publications to engender hate against Jews. The caption read, “88 year-old Palestinian evicted from home in Jerusalem by Israel authorities to make room 4 Orthodox Jews.” His relatives have reportedly posted similar photos depicting Jews in a bad light.



    Aboushi has also "praised a conference sponsored by Islamic Relief (IR), a charity that the Israeli government has labeled a front for Hamas and that has been cited for both receiving and giving huge sums of money to al-Qaeda related groups." He has also has tweeted, “65th anniversary of the Nakba and palestinians all across the world are still thriving." As FrontPage Mag notes, "Nakba" is a "derogatory reference to Israel’s May 1948 founding as an independent Jewish state," which is "used to spread enmity against Israel and to fuel terrorist attacks from groups like Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ)."

    Despite these associations, Aboushi may well make the Jets roster because some scouts project he may one day be a starter in the NFL.

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    Freaking media pukes, how some of these people consider themselves journalist is beyond reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Another case of a dumbass with the credential to publish information for a news outlet, and then embarrasses himself on social media.

    Another case of a jackass in the media being an ignorant hack, and why sports journalism needs to be revolutionized.
    Good post.

    And we all know Manish THOUGHT about going with this same angle for a story, but thought better of it. /hack

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    The comparison is silly but Aboushi does have to explaining to do as you why he particpates in groups who want to annihilate Israel.

    He was more than just attending, he was a speaker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2® View Post
    The comparison is silly but Aboushi does have to explaining to do as you why he particpates in groups who want to annihilate Israel.

    He was more than just attending, he was a speaker.
    He was a speaker and last I checked speech is a thing protected in the USA by Amendment 1 to the Constitution.

    Talk all you want Oday and then go out and protect Geno Smith's pocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2® View Post
    The comparison is silly but Aboushi does have to explaining to do as you why he particpates in groups who want to annihilate Israel.

    He was more than just attending, he was a speaker.
    What did he speak about? Obviously nothing that supported these "reporter's" arguments or he would have been quoted. Probably something about helping Palestinian children. Don't buy into the innuendo. Besides, this is America so he has nothing to explain to anyone.

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    All of this is 6 degrees of separation. The claim is that this group supports a group associated with a guy who might support terrorism. As a result, hardcore teabaggers have decided Oday is a terrorist. No proof to their accusations, and they never even mentioned what he said in his speech. It's just a bunch of Islamophobia.

    Just look at the Breitbart title. Why include Tebow in it? Could it be because he's a Christian? Ah, yes. It's a way to say "Team hires a Muslim after firing a Christian" in an attempt to get their readers riled up. Pretty typical, sadly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNeedNewton View Post
    What did he speak about? Obviously nothing that supported these "reporter's" arguments or he would have been quoted. Probably something about helping Palestinian children. Don't buy into the innuendo. Besides, this is America so he has nothing to explain to anyone.
    He certainly doesn't have to explain if he doesnt want to.

    I would think if he wants to clear the air, he would though. A simple tweet would do.

    Unless he does, his beliefs will be defined by others not him. Simple PR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2® View Post
    He certainly doesn't have to explain if he doesnt want to.

    I would think if he wants to clear the air, he would though. A simple tweet would do.

    Unless he does, his beliefs will be defined by others not him. Simple PR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2® View Post
    He certainly doesn't have to explain if he doesnt want to.

    I would think if he wants to clear the air, he would though. A simple tweet would do.

    Unless he does, his beliefs will be defined by others not him. Simple PR.
    +1

    There's enough out there for people to legitimately be offended. If it's being taken out of context, he should just say so.




    --On April 19th, just one week prior to the draft, Aboushi praised a conference sponsored by Islamic Relief (IR), a charity that the Israeli government has labeled a front for Hamas and that has been cited for both receiving and giving huge sums of money to al-Qaeda related groups.

    -- Only weeks after the draft, Aboushi tweeted the following: “65th anniversary of the Nakba and palestinians all across the world are still thriving.” For persons unaware of the term “Nakba,” the statement might seem innocuous, but for those who care about Israel, the term is a very dangerous and provocative one. The Nakba or Catastrophe is a derogatory reference to Israel’s May 1948 founding as an independent Jewish state. It is used to spread enmity against Israel and to fuel terrorist attacks from groups like Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ).

    -- Lest anyone believe this was an honest misunderstanding on Aboushi’s part, Aboushi solidified his extreme anti-Israelism late last month when he was a featured speaker at a conference run by an organization which denies Israel’s existence and associates with those involved in violence against her citizens. According to the group sponsoring the event, “El-Bireh Palestine Society was founded to perpetuate the strong ties among its members and to link their communities around the world together and with their ancestral roots in El-Bireh, Palestine.” One of the ways the group accomplishes this is by holding annual conferences. Speaking at the Society’s August 1986 Fifth National Convention held in Dearborn, Michigan was Fouad Rafeedie. Two years later, the INS charged Rafeedie with being a high-ranking member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a terrorist group. The PFLP is currently named as such on the U.S. State Department list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations. Also speaking was Osama Siblani, the publisher of Arab American News (Sada al-Watan) and a public supporter of Hezbollah and Hamas.

    -- The three-day El-Bireh Convention 2013 (“Connect 2013″) began this past June 28thin Arlington, Virginia. Featured as a speaker at the event was Oday Aboushi. Also participating in the conference was Nitham Hasan, the President of the Islamic Center of South Florida (ICOSF). ICOSF’s mosque property is owned by the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), a group named by the U.S. Justice Department as being a party to the financing of millions of dollars to Hamas.

    -- El-Bireh Palestine Society’s logo, found atop the organization’s website, contains a graphic of the entire nation of Israel covered in a Palestinian flag – a patent denial of Israel’s legitimacy and right to exist. Like Aboushi’s Nakba, images such as this fuel terrorism and hate abroad and potentially here at home as well. Worse still, the Facebook page for the conference – which is administered by the same individual who created the Society’s website, Ashraf Abed – is accompanied by horrifically anti-Semitic, anti-Christian and terrorist propaganda.

    -- On the same El-Bireh Facebook site as the conference, there are contained different images of Hitler and rabid anti-Christian cleric Ahmed Deedat, who authored the infamous work CRUCIFIXION OR CRUCI-FICTION? There are terrorist memorials for Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantisi, PLO leader Yasser Arafat, Hamas founder Ahmed Yassin and Hamas bomb maker Yahya Ayyash. About Arafat and Yassin, the site states in Arabic, “The martyr leader Yasser Arafat with the Mujahid Sheikh Ahmed Yassin. G-d have mercy on them.” As well, there are a number of pictures of the imprisoned head of the PFLP, Ahmad Saadat, and a photo glorifying members of the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC) in the process of launching rockets into Israel. There is also a photo of Oday Aboushi’s friend, Linda Sarsour, the Executive Director of the Arab American Association of New York (AAANY), and a picture of four individuals stomping on an American flag, which they pulled down from atop a sign. Following the conference, Aboushi tweeted, “Al bireh convention was a pleasure. Proud Palestinians is always a good sight.”




    Does he have the right to do these things/hold these opinions? Sure. But do others have the right to be offended/want action taken? Certainly, and IMO he should either set the record straight or stand up and take whatever consequences come from supporting such a hate-filled philosophy . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets1958 View Post
    What about this article?

    Jets May Give Roster Spot to Anti-Israel Extremist After Releasing Tebow

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-S...ist-NYJ-Player

    The New York Jets reportedly had issues with some of Tim Tebow "rabid" fans who were drawn to his outspoken Evangelical faith...
    Uh.... when did they ever say that, or even have an anonymous source say that? Garbage reporting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCCH View Post
    +1

    There's enough out there for people to legitimately be offended. If it's being taken out of context, he should just say so.




    --On April 19th, just one week prior to the draft, Aboushi praised a conference sponsored by Islamic Relief (IR), a charity that the Israeli government has labeled a front for Hamas and that has been cited for both receiving and giving huge sums of money to al-Qaeda related groups.

    -- Only weeks after the draft, Aboushi tweeted the following: “65th anniversary of the Nakba and palestinians all across the world are still thriving.” For persons unaware of the term “Nakba,” the statement might seem innocuous, but for those who care about Israel, the term is a very dangerous and provocative one. The Nakba or Catastrophe is a derogatory reference to Israel’s May 1948 founding as an independent Jewish state. It is used to spread enmity against Israel and to fuel terrorist attacks from groups like Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ).

    -- Lest anyone believe this was an honest misunderstanding on Aboushi’s part, Aboushi solidified his extreme anti-Israelism late last month when he was a featured speaker at a conference run by an organization which denies Israel’s existence and associates with those involved in violence against her citizens. According to the group sponsoring the event, “El-Bireh Palestine Society was founded to perpetuate the strong ties among its members and to link their communities around the world together and with their ancestral roots in El-Bireh, Palestine.” One of the ways the group accomplishes this is by holding annual conferences. Speaking at the Society’s August 1986 Fifth National Convention held in Dearborn, Michigan was Fouad Rafeedie. Two years later, the INS charged Rafeedie with being a high-ranking member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a terrorist group. The PFLP is currently named as such on the U.S. State Department list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations. Also speaking was Osama Siblani, the publisher of Arab American News (Sada al-Watan) and a public supporter of Hezbollah and Hamas.

    -- The three-day El-Bireh Convention 2013 (“Connect 2013″) began this past June 28thin Arlington, Virginia. Featured as a speaker at the event was Oday Aboushi. Also participating in the conference was Nitham Hasan, the President of the Islamic Center of South Florida (ICOSF). ICOSF’s mosque property is owned by the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), a group named by the U.S. Justice Department as being a party to the financing of millions of dollars to Hamas.

    -- El-Bireh Palestine Society’s logo, found atop the organization’s website, contains a graphic of the entire nation of Israel covered in a Palestinian flag – a patent denial of Israel’s legitimacy and right to exist. Like Aboushi’s Nakba, images such as this fuel terrorism and hate abroad and potentially here at home as well. Worse still, the Facebook page for the conference – which is administered by the same individual who created the Society’s website, Ashraf Abed – is accompanied by horrifically anti-Semitic, anti-Christian and terrorist propaganda.

    -- On the same El-Bireh Facebook site as the conference, there are contained different images of Hitler and rabid anti-Christian cleric Ahmed Deedat, who authored the infamous work CRUCIFIXION OR CRUCI-FICTION? There are terrorist memorials for Hamas leader Abdel Aziz al-Rantisi, PLO leader Yasser Arafat, Hamas founder Ahmed Yassin and Hamas bomb maker Yahya Ayyash. About Arafat and Yassin, the site states in Arabic, “The martyr leader Yasser Arafat with the Mujahid Sheikh Ahmed Yassin. G-d have mercy on them.” As well, there are a number of pictures of the imprisoned head of the PFLP, Ahmad Saadat, and a photo glorifying members of the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC) in the process of launching rockets into Israel. There is also a photo of Oday Aboushi’s friend, Linda Sarsour, the Executive Director of the Arab American Association of New York (AAANY), and a picture of four individuals stomping on an American flag, which they pulled down from atop a sign. Following the conference, Aboushi tweeted, “Al bireh convention was a pleasure. Proud Palestinians is always a good sight.”




    Does he have the right to do these things/hold these opinions? Sure. But do others have the right to be offended/want action taken? Certainly, and IMO he should either set the record straight or stand up and take whatever consequences come from supporting such a hate-filled philosophy . . .
    I am as Pro-Israel of a person as it is possible to be but this stuff really doesn't bother me at all. Aboushi is a Palestinian and the distant associations made in the article are very soft at best. He has pride in his heritage. Great. He liked a photo on FB that was derogatory.... Not that big of a deal to me. Call me when the kid makes an actual comment that is inflammatory. As it is these stories are much adieu about nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2® View Post
    The comparison is silly but Aboushi does have to explaining to do as you why he particpates in groups who want to annihilate Israel.

    He was more than just attending, he was a speaker.
    Considering NYC has a very large and active Jewish demographic (who have every right to be politically vocal about this issue or any other), the Jets should have thought carefully about drafting him, if he has a history of taking these kinds of political positions. Let's face it, the pro-Palestinian position isn't exactly embraced in Crown Heights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    All of this is 6 degrees of separation. The claim is that this group supports a group associated with a guy who might support terrorism. As a result, hardcore teabaggers have decided Oday is a terrorist. No proof to their accusations, and they never even mentioned what he said in his speech. It's just a bunch of Islamophobia.

    Just look at the Breitbart title. Why include Tebow in it? Could it be because he's a Christian? Ah, yes. It's a way to say "Team hires a Muslim after firing a Christian" in an attempt to get their readers riled up. Pretty typical, sadly.
    And one of the groups is claimed to be anti-Israeli by ... Israel.

    He said, she said.

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    Just about a year ago many on this board wanted no part of Tebow because of the circus and distractions that come along with having Tebow. This kid has every right to express his views, but if he continues to attend these "questionable" conferences and associate himself with "questionable" groups these types of stories are going to continue and they will become a distraction.

    There may come a time when this kid will have to decide between being a professional football player or an activist. Very tough to play in professional sports and be an activist. Media outlets in NY can make something frmo nothing, if there is just a little something here I would expect the media to blow it up at some point.

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    Last I knew, Oday didn't have a fanatical fanbase following him around from event to event. He also isn't some huge celebrity with endorsements that went around trademarking stuff. Oday also didn't say that the reason for being in NY was the huge platform it presented him to spread his faith.

    No, Oday did none of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Last I knew, Oday didn't have a fanatical fanbase following him around from event to event. He also isn't some huge celebrity with endorsements that went around trademarking stuff. Oday also didn't say that the reason for being in NY was the huge platform it presented him to spread his faith.

    No, Oday did none of that.
    Ok, but not sure how that's relevant to whether he will be a distraction. Whether he asks for it or not the issue of him being a distraction will become an issue IF he becomes an activist for a controversial cause. Hopefully the jets talk some sense into this kid and we don't see anymore of these stories.

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