Skip to comments.THE PATERSON 'PROTOCOLS' ("Arab Voice" News)
Posted on 11/04/2002 11:45:52 PM PST by kattracksEdited on 05/26/2004 5:10:15 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
November 5, 2002 -- Arab Voice, an Arabic-language newspaper published weekly since 1993 from Main Street in Paterson, N.J., appears to be just another one of America's many ethnic publications.
Its news pages are replete with items about Palestinian travails and possible war with Iraq. Its featured columnist is James Zogby, president of the Arab American Institute. Its publisher, Walid Rabah, modestly describes himself as "an activist with the Palestinian Writer's Guild in the United States." Its pages are filled with ads hawking Arab-owned restaurants, travel agencies, real-estate offices, retail stores and doctors' offices.
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A running list of these sponsers would be a handy addition to FR.
Hence the UBL parable of betting on the strong/weak horse in his ramblings. UBL by now is coming to the realization of betting on the dead horse.
Pass it on! James Zogby of the ADC supports Protocols.
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