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To: itsthejourney
I usually shun WND but this perked my interest.

I used to read WND daily. I've also had one of my Letters to the Editor chosen as "Letter of the Week."

HOWEVER, they never published ANY of my letters that were critical of Obama, going all the way back to 2004. Even now, when the multitude of their readers are now getting wise to Obama, my NObama letters are being ignored.

Also ignored was the research I sent to them right after the Daily Kos published the Obama COLB image forgery. Instead, they ran the story that the Israel Insider published, well after my research, that did mention my research.

But, WND could have had an exclusive, and they blew it, bigtime.

17 posted on 08/30/2008 8:18:47 AM PDT by Polarik ("The Greater Evil")
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To: Polarik; Calpernia

Dr Khalid Abdullah Al-Mansour

It is our hope that this site will provide education, information and insights on a wide spectrum of stimulating and thought provoking subjects, with a respectful and caring focus on all things African. As you can see from our logo, we have a different view of Africa than the prevailing view. When Europeans visited that part of the world, they called the Arabian Peninsula the “Middle East”. We call it North East Africa as is obviously dictated by geographical reality.

Another non-traditional feature is that with the exception of Christianity, Islam and the African Race, all titles published by the First African Arabian Press are written by the internationally acclaimed lecturer, author and businessman, Dr. Khalid Abdullah Tariq Al-Mansour.

Although new titles have not been published since Lost Books of Africa — We Charge Genocide in 1995, Dr. Al-Mansour continues to write a book every year during the Holy Month of Ramadan. It is expected that the ten unpublished titles he has penned during the interim will be available for downloading from the Internet by the latter part of 2007 in e-book format.

Keep in touch by way of this Web for the announcement of our initial e-book kick-off. We expect that our current book pricing structure will be reduced by about 40% to our readers plus additional savings because there will be no more shipping charges. We also plan to reprint our out-of-print books using the e-book technology including the ever popular Betrayal By Any Other Name.

We also plan to negotiate win-win strategies with the Black booksellers who are interested in participation in our e-book marketing plan. The First African Arabian Press recognizes the contribution made by them in keeping Black history alive in our communities and is committed to their preservation and participation in new technology.

So, he's flogging books, but there's more here than meets the eye at first. It's: AFRICAN-ARABIAN! AFRICAN-ARABIAN! AFRICAN-ARABIAN!

Obama Snr's RACE. Not African, But AFRICAN-ARABIAN. That's why the CoLB is a forgery. He may have been able to overcome a name change from Barry Soetoro, but he could never overcome his father's AFRICAN-ARABIAN RACE, and that's why 'Dreams From My Father' was written IMO. The book was a carefully constructed myth to enable obama to present himself as an African-American, which, with an African-Arab father would have been not only objectionable, but downright impossible.

This Dr Khalid Abdullah Al-Mansour was instrumental in getting obama into Harvard Law was he? Now there's a long-range plan for you.

32 posted on 08/30/2008 7:35:20 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (fair dinkum!)
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To: Polarik

Islamic Studies Gets $20M Gift
Mayor Giuliani once spurned Saudi prince’s altruism, but Harvard embraces billionaire
Published On Tuesday, December 13, 2005 2:14 AM

Contributing Writer

The world’s fifth wealthiest man, Saudi Arabian Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud, is donating $20 million to Harvard to expand Islamic studies, the University announced yesterday.

The donation will be used to launch a University-wide Islamic studies program and to endow four senior professorships, according to a press release. The gift will also fund a new initiative, the Islamic Heritage Project, which will digitize classic Islamic texts and make them available via the internet...

(The pay-off)

33 posted on 08/30/2008 7:49:49 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (fair dinkum!)
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To: Polarik
Apparently, al-Mansour serves on the Board of, among others, Saudi African Bank and was responsible for the Africa investment activities of Kingdom Holdings, Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal’s investment company.
35 posted on 08/30/2008 7:53:02 PM PDT by Fred Nerks (fair dinkum!)
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