Lincoln University in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, was chartered in April 1854 as Ashmun Institute. As Horace Mann Bond, '23, the eighth president of Lincoln University, so eloquently cites in the opening chapter of his book, Education for Freedom, this was "the first institution found anywhere in the world to provide a higher education in the arts and sciences for male youth of African descent." The story of Lincoln University goes back to the early years of the 19th century and to the ancestors of its founder, John Miller Dickey, and his wife, Sarah Emlen Cresson. The Institute was renamed Lincoln University in 1866 after President Abraham Lincoln.Lincoln College is nestled in the rolling farmlands and wooded hilltops of southern Chester County, Pennsylvania. Its campus is conveniently located on Baltimore Pike, about one mile off US Route 1 – 45 miles southwest of Philadelphia, 15 miles northwest of Newark, Delaware, 25 miles west of Wilmington, Delaware, and 55 miles north of Baltimore, Maryland.A quiet college area who has a College Professor by the name of Kaukab Siddique who is connected with Jamaat al-Muslimeen. Jamaat al-Muslimeen (JAM) is a small Muslim organization based in Baltimore that promotes Holocaust denial and anti-Jewish conspiracy theories. Who preaches to hate Jews and all Jewish Causes. Who speaks publicly and God knows if they carry this into the classroom or private clubs with students. This Dr. Kaukab Siddique, an associate professor in the English department at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, is it's leader. We also don't know how many Jewish College students he failed because they are Jewish. Lincoln University with this knowledge allows him to remain because he has tenure. This University takes public funds, Federal Grants and I am sure this Professor is given grants for his projects in his department. It is clear this man must be removed from his position from this school. He is declaring in "Wiping out Jews" in this speech.````````````````````````````````````````````````````````College Professor Calls for Israel's Destruction [on Kaukab Siddique]by Erik StakelbeckCBN NewsOctober 19, 2010The flags carried the logo of the terror group Hezbollah. The rhetoric was the kind you'd normally hear in Tehran or Gaza.Yet the scene occurred in Washington, D.C, just minutes from the White House."We must stand united to defeat, to destroy, to dismantle Israel--if possible by peaceful means," Kaukab Siddique said. "Perhaps, like Saladin, we will give them enough food and water to travel back to the lands from where they came to occupy other people."Siddique is an associate professor of English at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania.He used his time outside the classroom over Labor Day weekend to address radical Muslims and leftists at an anti-Israel rally in Washington, D.C. marking "Al Quds Day.""For the Jews, I would say see what could happen to you if the Muslims wake up," Siddique warned. "And I say to the Muslims, dear brothers and sisters, unite and rise up against this hydra-headed monster which calls itself Zionism."The Investigative Project on Terrorism captured footage of Siddique's Washington rant."This is not a one off deal, this event Labor Day weekend," IPT Executive Director Ray Locker told CBN News. "This is something he has said at similar events over a period of at least a dozen years, as far as we can tell."CBN News found e-mail exchanges posted online in which Siddique called the Holocaust "a hoax" that was "invented," saying there is "not even one document" to prove it happened.He's also written that Jews have "taken over America" by "devious and immoral means."Despite a history of anti-Semitic statements, Siddique maintains a job teaching literature at Lincoln University and sits on at least two school committees.Lincoln is the nation's oldest historically African-American college. Since 2003, it's received almost $200 million in Pennsylvania state money towards various projects.Lincoln University administrators declined to appear on camera with CBN News. But the school's executive vice president, Michael Hill, told us they in no way agree with or support Siddique's comments on Israel. However, Hill added that Siddique is tenured and has freedom of speech, and the school cannot control what he does or says on his time as a private citizen.Siddique has also advocated for two convicted terrorists with ties to al-Qaeda -- including the cleric behind the 1993 World Trade Center bombing."It's one thing to have strong beliefs," Locker said. "It's another to advocate violence and go to bat for people who are established terrorists."Hill told CBN News the school will make sure that Siddique's political comments are not part of his classroom curriculum.Siddique declined a CBN News request for an on-camera interview. But in an e-mail response to our questions, he denied that he was anti-Semitic and said his "speaking out" about Israel, "conform(s) to the ideals and principles that founded Lincoln University."He added, "When I refer critically to the 'Jews' I am referring to the current leadership of the 'State of Israel' and to their major supporters, not to the Jewish race as a whole."Siddique's recent statements in Washington, however, appear to suggest otherwise."The Koran says drive them out from where they drove you out," he declared. "There's no question of just dismantling the settlements. These settlements are only the tentacles of the devil that resides in Tel Aviv."`````````````````````````````````````````````````````And they fired Juan Williams for saying he fears in an airport when he sees a muslim? My God after seeing this Kaukab Siddique, who teaches in a Federally funded University, isn't removed from his position for anti-American actions against Jewish Citizens in America. I feel federal funds should be withheld until this madman is removed.ContactOffice of Human ResourcesThe Office of Human Resources is committed to the support of the University's vision, mission, philosophy and goals by maximizing the value of our human capital and aligning it with University initiatives, values, resources, strategies and the needs of our stakeholders, in an efficient, customer-oriented manner.Campus Location4th Floor of Lincoln HallOffice HoursMonday through Friday8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Contact InformationPhone: (484) 365-8059Email: hr@lincoln.eduChief Human Resources OfficerTelephone Contact: (484) 365-8096Email address: JPierson@lincoln.eduROCHELLE GRAYAssociate Director - Employee RelationsTelephone Contact: (484) 365-7593Email address: RGray@lincoln.eduSHARON HOUSTONBenefits Administration SpecialistTelephone Contact: (484) 365-7594Email address: SHouston@lincoln.eduJODI PIERSONSenior Human Resources GeneralistTelephone Contact: (484) 365-8096Email address: JPierson@lincoln.eduVICKI REEVESRisk Management SpecialistTelephone Contact: (484) 365-7595Email address: VReeves@lincoln.eduSANDRA CINTRONHuman Resources AssistantTelephone Contact: (484) 365-8059Email address: SCintron@lincoln.eduWe suggest Massive calling and tying up phone lines asking why they keep a Educator who preaches hate crimes against Jewish American Citizens.Article IX: Duties of FacultySection 9.03 Every member of the Faculty shall at all times pay the strictest regard to matters of professional ethicsPromoting the killing of Jews is a hate crime and is not ethical or professional thus endangering all Jewish Students in the University on and off campus and the University is endangering the lives of all potential student in Lincoln University.Section 10.02   Procedures Regarding Charges and Complaints against members of the Faculty. a. Initiation of Charges and Complaints. The President may initiate charges against a member of the faculty.   In all other instances complaints against a member of the Faculty shall be submitted in writing to the President.b. Investigation.  Upon receipt of such complaint (in a.), the President shall cause an investigation to be made of said complaintc. Statement of Charges.   If the President judges that the complaint states a prima facie cause of possible termination of tenure or dismissal prior to termination of appointment, the President shall prepare a written statement of the charges together with a summary of the evidence in support thereof, and serve a copy of the same on the accused Faculty member and inform the Faculty member of his or her right to a hearing before the Judicial Committee.Lincoln University received a complaint from the Jewish Anti Defamation League and refused to take action of this hate crime and therefore are now part of this Hate Crime against Jews. The people have to insist the Attorney General of  Pennsylvania bring charges against the President of this Universty and close the school down until this is resolved. and Muslim Extremists Gather in Baltimore RULE Jamaat al-Muslimeen & Kaukab Siddique
Jamaat al-Muslimeen (JAM) is a small Muslim organization based in Baltimore that promotes Holocaust denial and anti-Jewish conspiracy theories. Its leader, Dr. Kaukab Siddique, is an associate professor in the English department at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania.  
While Siddique claims that JAM is "not against the Jews as a collective," JAM promotes anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and portrays Jews as a pernicious global power. Siddique has said, "Mohammed has taught us not to follow Jews but to go against them in all things" and, "We are against the Jews because they have usurped Palestine and they take interest on loans and have built up the exploitative economic structure."
While JAM claims to be an international movement, it appears to be active mostly in the Northeast of the United States. In addition to organizing events, JAM produces an online newsletter, New Trend Magazine, which promotes the work of David Irving and other Holocaust deniers.
Siddique, who met Irving on at least one occasion in Baltimore in 2004, has also denied the Holocaust. "There is no evidence available that Hitler planned or ordered the wholesale decimation of Jews," Siddique has said. "The Jewish narratives of the gassing of six million Jews too cannot be substantiated." He has also called the Holocaust "a Jewish milk cow."
JAM rejects Western style democracy, specifically American governance, which it claims is "under Zionist control." Siddique has described the U.S. as "satanic system," arguing that "America's power structure does not accept the SOVEREIGNTY of Allah." 
JAM's Central Committee met in Greensboro, North Carolina on May 24, 2008. During the meeting, at which Siddique presided, the Committee passed several resolutions including:
"Israel is an illegal and illegitimate entity. We call for global unity to defeat Israel. Groups engaged in trying to gain authority under Israeli occupation are violating the rights of the people. There cannot be ANY NEGOTIATIONS with Israel, either DIRECT or INDIRECT, because Israel is an occupier.""Racism, the exploitation of women and the corporate-Zionist control of the media are three basic problems in America which the Islamic movement must tackle."
One of JAM's main focuses is advocating on behalf of what it calls "political prisoners" in the U.S. Among the prisoners it supports is Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, the Egyptian cleric convicted of conspiring to bomb New York City landmarks.
The following are the speakers listed on JAM's Web site as participating in the conference:
  • Charles ("Chuck") E. Carlson is a co-founder and director of We Hold These Truths, an Arizona-based Christian anti-Semitic group. We Hold These Truths has held demonstrations around the county outside churches it views as supporting Zionism. Carlson condemns Christian support for Israel, which he describes as "Judeo-Christianity." Carlson has appeared in front of various anti-Semitic groups, including the neo-Nazi National Alliance and the Institute for Historical Review, an anti-Semitic organization dedicated to Holocaust denial.
  • Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General, is the founder and leader of the anti-Israel International Action Center (IAC).  IAC views Hezbollah, Palestinian terror groups like Hamas and groups fighting U.S. forces in Iraq as legitimate popular resistance forces and a bulwark against U.S. imperialism and "Israeli terrorism." IAC's affiliated anti-war group, ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), has been one of the main anti-war protest movements in the U.S. since 2001. ANSWER rallies are often marred by anti-Semitism, with speakers openly supporting terror groups targeting Israelis, as well as the "resistance" fighting American forces in Iraq.  In 2003 Clark participated in a conference in Cairo that was held in solidarity with "acts of resistance in Iraq and Palestine," and featured a Hamas leader, Osama Hamdan.
  • Maulana Ehsanullah is a Muslim cleric in Pakistan who has expressed support for terrorists, including Al Qaeda. In September 2001, after the September 11 terrorist attacks, he reportedly gave a speech at a mosque in Pakistan in which he hailed Osama Bin Laden as "Allah's gift to Muslims." He further predicted: "The day is coming when America will cower at the feet of Muslims…What happened at the World Trade Center was step one. Stick around, step two is just around the corner." In the same speech, Ehsanullah reportedly blamed the Jews for "evil in the world."
  • Mark Glenn is a contributor to the American Free Press, an anti-Semitic, conspiracy-oriented publication, and the head of the Crescent and Cross Solidarity Movement, an anti-Semitic Muslim-Christian interfaith group he co-founded with Hesham Tillawi in 2005. Glenn has written that Jews "pride themselves on their collective character traits of haughtiness, callousness, violence, dishonesty and viciousness." Glenn has been a frequent speaker at events organized by adherents of Christian Identity, a virulently racist and anti-Semitic religious sect.  He has also been a board member of The Barnes Review, a Holocaust denial magazine.  On July 21, 2003, The Arab News, Saudi Arabia's largest English-language daily newspaper, printed "Israel, We Bless Thee," a hate-filled, conspiracy-laden diatribe by Glenn that blames Israel for a long list of events, including the September 11 terrorist attack, the 2001 anthrax mailings and the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
  • Abdulalim Abdullah Shabazz is a former mathematics professor at Lincoln University, in Pennsylvania.  He participated in a JAM event at Lincoln in April 2003 with Kaukab Siddique, who has called him the "educationist and philosopher of" the group. During the event, Shabazz argued that American policies in the Middle East, particularly support for Israel, are based on the concept of "white supremacy." Shabazz is a former member of the Nation of Islam.
  • Hesham Tillawi is a Palestinian-American anti-Semite who hosts a weekly cable access and Internet television show out of Lafayette, Louisiana, called "Current Issues." The show regularly features leading American anti-Semites, including former Klansman David Duke; white supremacist attorney Edgar J. Steele; Holocaust deniers Mark Weber and Bradley Smith and conspiracy theorists Willis Carto.  Tillawi is also a co-founder of Crescent and The Cross Solidarity Movement, an anti-Semitic Muslim-Christian interfaith group he co-founded with Mark Glenn in 2005. Tillawi denounces Judaism as inherently evil and argues that Israel wants to create a purely Jewish state based on Jewish racism. In addition to his show and online presence, Tillawi also travels to speak at events organized by anti-Semitic groups.
  • Mark Weber is the director of the Institute for Historical Review (IHR), which is dedicated to Holocaust denial. IHR's political philosophy is premised on the adulation of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime and the belief that modern life is a struggle between Christians of European descent and Jews. Its affiliated Noontide Press publishes and disseminates Nazi and anti-Semitic classics such as The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and Mein Kampf along with more recent titles like Roger Garaudy's The Founding Myths of Modern Israel. Weber got his start in the radical right in 1978, when he took the position of news editor for National Vanguard, a publication of the neo-Nazi National Alliance. He also wrote for The Spotlight of the anti-Semitic Liberty Lobby organization. He became IHR director in 1993. Weber claims that "Americans are [the] victims" of a "Jewish-Zionist power" that forces the U.S. to support Israel "through the Jewish-Zionist grip on the media, and the organized Jewish-Zionist corruption of our political system."
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~This University seems to attract Jewish and Zionist haters and practices Zionismphobia. There has to be an end to this immedicately. I suggest we should start getting our pickets ready and picket the place of suppose to be education.

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