09:50 AM ET 07.13 | Embattled Jets rookie Oday Aboushi lashed back yesterday at accusations he is a fundamentalist Muslim who associates with radicals opposed to Israel, labeling the charges "lies and smears." In an exclusive interview with The Post, the fifth-round pick -- a Brooklyn native who is believed to be the first Palestinian-American ever drafted by an NFL team -- adamantly denied charges leveled by a conservative website this week that Aboushi is anti-Semitic and uses social media to endorse what they consider Palestinian terrorist groups. "My family's been just as shocked by the lies and smears as I've been," Aboushi said in a telephone interview. "I don't think I'm radical at all. I have never done any radical behavior. For the writer to come out and claim that just builds lies on top of the lies." Aboushi, an offensive lineman from Virginia, has been besieged by angry tweets and messages since an article published Tuesday by the website Frontpagemag.com labeled him "a fundamentalist Muslim with radical associations and a heritage that pushes him towards a destructive world of violence and hate." The report also called for the Jets -- whose fanbase includes such a large Jewish contingent that the team asked the NFL to reschedule its 2009 home opener to avoid conflict with Rosh Hashana -- to immediately release Aboushi because of his views."