Bush's terrorist buddy
by Debbie Schlussel
Among the most frightening examples of this is the brazen Al-Arian family of Tampa, Fla. Sami Al-Arian is a University of South Florida professor and his son Abdullah, a Duke student, was an intern for Democratic whip, Rep. David Bonior, a Michigan gubernatorial candidate who is very supportive of Arab-American leaders' efforts to block reasonable counterterrorism measures.
"[Bush] has to do something to pay this community back," Osama Siblani, publisher of the Arab-American News, protested to Newsweek.
No, he doesn't. He needs to prove he's really against terrorism by ceasing his engagement with Arab-Muslim terrorist frontmen on American soil, like Al-Arian, and those who support them, as many Muslim Arab-American leaders do. And Siblani's community needs to do a lot to prove it is truly against terrorism and the attacks that happened three weeks ago, like demoting the Al-Arian family from its revered status.
In "Jihad in America," Emerson stood in front of the New York skyline and the WTC was still there. But, unfortunately, no one listened to his documentary's message about Arab terrorist groups in America.
How many more documentaries will he have to make?
posted on 02/20/2003 2:51:36 PM PST
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