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  • FULBRIGHT'S TERRORIST TIE (With U.S tax payers money)

    10/21/2003 12:41:24 PM PDT · by act2 · 4 replies · 102+ views
    http://www.nypost.com ^ | October 20, 2003 | By DANIEL PIPES & ASAF ROMIROWSKY
    <p>Mustafa Abu Sway just began teaching about Islam at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Jupiter, Fla. Superficially, he appears to be prime Fulbright material.</p> <p>He has a Ph.D. from Boston College, is an associate professor of philosophy and Islamic studies at Al-Quds University in Jerusalem, has written two books on a medieval Muslim thinker and received an award from the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences in Berkeley.</p>
  • Fulbright's terrorist tie: Daniel Pipes & Asaf Romirowsky expose academia's violence nexus

    10/21/2003 1:48:20 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 2 replies · 76+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Tuesday, October 21, 2003 | Daniel Pipes & Asaf Romirowsky
    The Oct. 15 killing in Gaza had a bitterly ironic quality. The victims were three Americans, security personnel protecting an academic review committee en route to interview Palestinian applicants for the Fulbright program, an academic exchange funded and run by the U.S. government. The killers were Palestinian terrorists. The three, in other words, were murdered by Palestinians while on a humanitarian mission to help Palestinians. But the irony runs deeper: According to the Israeli government, a current Fulbright scholar from the West Bank "is known as an activist" in Hamas - one of the terror groups suspected in the bombing...
  • Fulbright's Terrorist Tie

    10/20/2003 5:36:01 AM PDT · by SJackson · 2 replies · 134+ views
    Jewish World Review ^ | 10-18-03 | Daniel Pipes and Asaf Romirowsky
    According to the Israeli government, a current Fulbright scholar from the West Bank "is known as an activist" in Hamas — one of the terror groups suspected in the Gaza roadside bombing that killed three Americans. The Oct. 15 killing in Gaza had a bitterly ironic quality. The victims were three Americans, security personnel protecting an academic review committee en route to interview Palestinian applicants for the Fulbright program, an academic exchange funded and run by the U.S. government. The killers were Palestinian terrorists. The three, in other words, were murdered by Palestinians while on a humanitarian mission to help...
  • Selective Moral Outrage - Looking beyond Trent Lott’s gaffe.

    12/10/2002 11:04:21 AM PST · by wcdukenfield · 35 replies · 653+ views
    National Review Online ^ | 12/10/02 | Mark R. Levin
    On Tuesday, October 22, 2002, Bill Clinton traveled to Fayetteville, Arkansas to honor the life of the late Arkansas senator, J. William Fulbright by dedicating a seven-foot-tall bronze statute of the man. According to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, "The $100,000 sculpture is the final [expenditure] of an $850,000 fundraising campaign for a project to honor Fulbright. The $750,000 fountain was dedicated October 24, 1998." Among other things, Clinton said, "If [Fulbright] were here today, I'm sure he would caution us not to be too utopian in our expectations, but rather utopian in our values and vision." And back on May 5,...
  • Clinton's Racist Roots

    12/09/2002 4:41:36 PM PST · by spycatcher · 25 replies · 168+ views
    Rush Limbaugh ^ | November 11, 2001 | Rush Limbaugh
    Clinton's Racist Roots he really troubling thing about this Bill Clinton speech at Georgetown University - in which he said Americans have some responsibility for the September 11th attacks - is that I have no clue what his purpose is. You could say that he's legacy building or shining the light of attention on himself or being provocative or what have you. But I think it really just proves the guy is a liberal. I think this really just indicates what he actually thinks of this country. To him, this country is full of faults - and everyone today...
  • Arkansas - Clinton To Dedicate Fulbright Statue

    09/27/2002 11:38:38 PM PDT · by HAL9000 · 20 replies · 280+ views
    The Morning News (Springdale, AR) ^ | September 28, 2002 | Johnathon Williams
    FAYETTEVILLE -- Former President William Jefferson Clinton will visit the University of Arkansas campus Oct. 21 to dedicate a sculpture of J. William Fulbright in the garden of Old Main, university officials announced Friday. Fulbright, a Fayetteville native, served briefly as president of the university and for many years as a U.S. senator before his death in 1995. He established several international partnerships and study abroad programs during his work, both as a senator and a university president. The sculpture was commissioned by UA officials from Gretta Bader, an artist based in West Virginia. The sculpture will be installed...