Skip to comments.Soros team wants al-Qaida in government- Told Algerian officials those supporting Islamic
Posted on 02/16/2011 4:38:56 PM PST by Nachum
JERUSALEM An international "crisis management" group led by billionaire George Soros long has petitioned for the Algerian government to cease "excessive" military activities against al-Qaida-linked groups and to allow organizations seeking to create an Islamic state to participate in the Algerian government.
The organization, the International Crisis Group, also is tied strongly to the Egyptian opposition movement whose protests led to the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.
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Well isn’t that special.
Soros creates crises wherever he goes.
Perhaps George Soros was behind the 9/11 attacks.
He certainly wants us to think that.
Will an agent of the Mossad please pick up the white courtesy phone.
Why is Soros still among the breathing?
This disgusting piece of human excrement is now balls to the wall, to destroy this nation and world, as we know it.
Plain and simple, he must be destroyed.
Soros is the essence of evil.
It wouldn’t surprise me. The man is dead at the core. He lost his soul when he was very young.
If he confessed he was behind those attacks, he would probably get a freedom award from the regime.
I guess they call it that because it creates international crises. This is the one that Bill Ayers and Jodie Whatever of Code Pink are associated with, and for which they were working when they went to Egypt a couple of weeks before the "spontaneous" riots...
What a shocker - a Jew who fingered Jews for the Nazis is an al Qaeda front man. I want to know how a Nazi is allowed to remain a citizen of US. We have deported many for less.
If he is in support of Al-Qaiada he should have his assets seized. Then he should be jailed and tried. If this is true he is a enemy of the state and should be hunted.
“he should have his assets seized”
You’re making my mouth water.
that request should be repeated on a daily or hourly basis....
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