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  • McCain POW pal angers Muslims

    07/18/2008 4:09:31 PM PDT · by Nachum · 69 replies · 241+ views
    Miami Herald ^ | 7-19-08 | MARC CAPUTO AND BETH REINHARD
    Riling Muslim leaders, one of John McCain's fellow Vietnam POWs defended the Iraq War Friday by saying, ``The Muslims have said either we kneel or they're going to kill us.'' ''I don't intend to kneel and I don't advocate to anybody that we kneel. And John doesn't advocate to anybody that we kneel,'' Col. Bud Day added in a conference call with reporters arranged by the Republican Party of Florida on behalf on McCain. Muslims and Arab-American groups quickly denounced what they described as the ''bigoted'' comments from Day, a Pensacola resident, Medal of Honor recipient and member of the...
  • Saffuri's Ties to Terror Suspects

    02/22/2004 9:20:10 PM PST · by Prince Charles · 14 replies · 536+ views
    Insight ^ | 2-23-2004 | Kenneth R. Timmerman
    Special ReportSaffuri's Ties to Terror Suspects Posted Feb. 23, 2004 By Kenneth R. Timmerman Saffuri (above) has formed relationships with several questionable allies, including Sami al-Arian, who was arrested last year. The rise of Khaled Saffuri to political prominence within the U.S. Muslim community has all the ingredients of a Horatio Alger success story. Brought up as a stateless exile in Kuwait, Saffuri came to America as a student in 1982, went to college in San Diego, and soon gravitated into the world of Muslim activism. A talented fund-raiser and behind-the-scenes power broker, Saffuri built bridges to politicians in both...
  • Congressman's Disturbing Turn on the Middle East

    02/09/2004 5:14:50 AM PST · by SJackson · 12 replies · 278+ views
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | 2-09-04 | Dena Bunis
    Rep. Bob Dornan says Rohrabacher's views on Israel and terrorism are the reason he's running to unseat him. Congressman's Disturbing Turn on the Middle EastBy Dena BunisOrange County Register | February 9, 2004 Rep. Dana Rohrabacher says he always knew that if ever he got involved in Middle East politics, his views would get him in trouble. He was right.Rohrabacher is facing a primary challenge next month from former Rep. Robert K. Dornan. These two Republicans were once comrades in arms in promoting conservative principles. But the Middle East is the one major issue on which Dornan stayed with mainstream...
  • CA: It's time to flush Dornan's potty politics

    02/01/2004 11:10:49 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 57 replies · 481+ views
    OC Register ^ | 2/1/04 | Steven Greenhut - Op/Ed
    <p>The first time I saw Bob Dornan in person was in Iowa in 1995 when he was running for the GOP presidential nomination. Assorted activists were invited to a small-group gathering at a downtown Des Moines hotel to hear this renowned conservative firebrand.</p>
  • Dana Rohrabacher's Troubling Friends-victim of sophisticated influence or true colors?

    01/26/2004 5:08:18 AM PST · by SJackson · 17 replies · 367+ views
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | 1-25-04 | Kenneth R. Timmerman
    Is the California Republican the victim of a sophisticated influence operation by Muslim extremists, or is he showing his true colors? Top Jewish Republicans who have supported Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) for decades said in interviews that they have “serious concerns” with the California Republican’s ties to radical Muslim groups and their foreign backers, and his outspoken efforts to champion their cause in Congress. “Before 9-11, Dana’s views seemed idiosyncratic,” said Arnold Steinberg, a political consultant whose ties to Rohrabacher go back to Youth for Goldwater in 1964. “We rationalized that he wasn’t fully informed or had a blind spot”...
  • Friends in high places (newspaper links Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian to Norquist)

    03/11/2003 3:29:01 PM PST · by TLBSHOW · 24 replies · 1,141+ views
    Friends in high places WASHINGTON -- The rumpled, balding figure was spotted darting into the offices of Republican power broker Grover Norquist last July. When Sami Al-Arian emerged more than two hours later, someone was waiting for him. Conservative activist Frank Gaffney, whose think tank on national security issues has offices on the same floor, was eager to confirm a tip that the suspected Palestinian Islamic Jihad operative was next door. Best known for his high-profile campaign for a "Star Wars" national missile defense system, Gaffney for months had been quietly pursuing another project: trying to convince the Bush administration...
  • Senate Testimony of Dr. Michael Waller (Alamoudi, Islamists, & Muslim Chaplains)

    12/13/2003 9:16:28 AM PST · by Sabertooth · 28 replies · 3,593+ views
    "TERRORIST RECRUITMENT AND INFILTRATION IN THE UNITED STATES: PRISONS AND MILITARY AS AN OPERATIONAL BASE. " Testimony of Dr. Michael Waller Annenberg Professor of International Communication The Institute of World Politics October 14, 2003 Statement of J. Michael Waller Annenberg Professor of International Communication Institute of World Politics Before the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology and Homeland Security Senate Committee on the Judiciary 14 October 2003 Thank you, Chairman Kyl, and members of the Subcommittee for holding this important series of hearings. Thank you also for inviting me to testify on the subject of terrorist penetration of the U.S. military...
  • Targets of terror financing probe had political clout (Norquist and Saffuri alerts)

    12/12/2003 8:31:22 AM PST · by Sabertooth · 16 replies · 378+ views
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | December 12th, 2003 | EUNICE MOSCOSO and REBECCA CARR
    WASHINGTON -- Nine days after the federal government raided their homes and businesses, leaders of an alleged terror financing operation were given the opportunity to question the agency investigating them. The meeting on March 29, 2002, in the office of Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) is an example of the political clout of what the government calls the "Safa Group," a web of companies and nonprofits based in northern Virginia. One week later, former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill met with Muslim leaders with connections to the Safa Group to hear complaints about the raids. The leaders are suspected of running more...
  • A Troubling Influence - An Islamic Fifth Column penetrates the White House

    12/09/2003 1:37:45 AM PST · by kattracks · 792 replies · 10,763+ views
    FrontPageMagazine ^ | 12/09/03 | Frank J Gaffney Jr.
    Why We Are Publishing This Article by David HorowitzThe article you are about to read is the most disturbing that we at frontpagemag.com have ever published. As an Internet magazine, with a wide circulation, we have been in the forefront of the effort to expose the radical Fifth Column in this country, whose agendas are at odds with the nation’s security, and whose purposes are hostile to its own. In his first address to Congress after 9/11, the President noted that we are facing the same totalitarian enemies we faced in the preceding century. It is not surprising that their...
  • Michelle Malkin: Alec Baldwin, please leave, and take Grover Norquist with you

    10/22/2003 11:43:33 PM PDT · by kattracks · 55 replies · 484+ views
    Union Leader ^ | 10/23/03 | MICHELLE MALKIN
    ALEC “The Bloviator” Baldwin has a new bosom buddy: Beltway Republican strategist Grover Norquist. The Bush-bashing actor-turned-activist and the Muslim vote-courting political organizer joined together at a Washington, D.C.-area conference last weekend to perpetuate bald lies about the Patriot Act and to oppose the “repressive” War on Terror (repressing terrorist suspects apparently being a bad thing). Baldwin and Norquist’s panel, titled “Strange Bedfellows,” was sponsored by the ultraliberal group People For the American Way (PFAW). When PFAW head and panel participant Ralph Neas ranted about the lack of judicial and congressional oversight of the Justice Department’s terror investigations, the audience...
  • 3 Muslim charities lose tax-exempt status

    11/14/2003 3:18:54 PM PST · by kattracks · 24 replies · 209+ views
    AP | 11/14/03
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Treasury Department announced Friday that it has revoked the tax-exempt status of three Muslim charities that the U.S. government has accused of diverting contributions to help bankroll terrorist activities. Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service said the action affects Benevolence International Foundation of Palos Hills, Ill., Global Relief Foundation of Bridgeview, Ill., and Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development of Richardson, Texas. The three charities have been designated previously by the government as suspected terrorist financiers under an executive order of President Bush, the department said. Once the government made that designation, it meant that...
  • Michelle Malkin: Alec Baldwin's new best friend

    10/22/2003 12:09:34 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 32 replies · 627+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Wednesday, October 22, 2003 | Michelle Malkin
    Alec "the Bloviator" Baldwin has a new bosom buddy: Beltway Republican strategist Grover Norquist. The Bush-bashing actor-turned-activist and the Muslim vote-courting political organizer joined together at a Washington, D.C.-area conference last weekend to perpetuate bald lies about the Patriot Act and to oppose the "repressive" War on Terror (repressing terrorist suspects apparently being a bad thing). Baldwin and Norquist's panel, titled "Strange Bedfellows," was sponsored by the ultraliberal group People For the American Way. When PFAW head and panel participant Ralph Neas ranted about the lack of judicial and congressional oversight of the Justice Department's terror investigations, the audience...
  • Alamoudi and Those Bags of Libyan Cash

    10/13/2003 10:35:55 PM PDT · by Prince Charles · 3 replies · 323+ views
    Insight ^ | 10-13-2003 | J. Michael Waller
    Alamoudi and Those Bags of Libyan Cash Posted Oct. 13, 2003 By J. Michael Waller Alamoudi faces a laundry list of terrorism-related charges. Federal agents may have ripped the lid off an international terrorist-support network in Washington that operated to finance terrorists inside the United States and abroad, while penetrating the U.S. political system to weaken federal antiterrorism laws. The Sept. 29 arrest of an alleged senior terrorist operative living in Falls Church, Va., has burst open a case that Insight has been following since 2001: an alleged international ring of terrorists, their financiers, propaganda networks and support structures that...
  • Undermining war on terror (with help of Grover Norquist and AMC and Khaled Saffuri)

    03/12/2003 7:26:43 PM PST · by TLBSHOW · 5 replies · 128+ views
    worldnetdaily ^ | March 10, 2003 | J. Michael Waller
    Undermining war on terror Muslim groups weakening fed laws under guise of protecting civil liberties Terrorists and their supporters are doing their best to weave themselves into the political fabric of American society, say specialists in homeland security. They are operating front groups and charities to finance their operations, and they are running influence operations to weaken federal antiterrorism laws under the guise of protecting civil liberties. The Feb. 20 arrest of an alleged leader of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, or PIJ, operating what the FBI calls a Tampa-based terrorist cell under cover as a professor at the University of...
  • Muslim council takes complaints to Bush (Grover Norquist Alert)

    02/21/2003 8:47:13 AM PST · by Sabertooth · 95 replies · 1,507+ views
    Washington Times ^ | February 21, 2003 | Ralph Z. Hallow
    <p>The Muslim council posted this call for action on its Internet site, together with praise for Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, who has worked with Islamic groups in behalf of the Republican Party (see below - ST).</p>
  • The plot thickens: Al-Arian in the White House

    02/25/2003 5:24:29 AM PST · by SJackson · 48 replies · 948+ views
    Jewish World Review ^ | Feb. 25, 2003 | Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.
    What considerations, political or otherwise, prompted members of Mr. Bush's staff to believe that Al-Arian was the kind of person they wanted on their team? Who bears responsibility for making those calculations? And are they continuing to do so with respect to other individuals and organizations that could, at the very least, embarrass Mr. Bush and, at worst, seriously undermine his efforts in the war on terror? What are we to make of the fact that a Muslim extremist (or "Islamist") named Dr. Sami Al-Arian was arrested and indicted last week on 50 counts, among them conspiracy to finance terrorist...
  • Hiding in Plain Sight (Al Arian at the White House)

    02/23/2003 8:53:24 AM PST · by Sabertooth · 354 replies · 1,052+ views
    Newsweek ^ | March 3rd, 2003 | Michael Isikoff
    For George W. Bush, it was just another campaign stop. But for Sami Al-Arian, a University of South Florida engineering professor, it was a golden opportunity. When Bush appeared at Tampa’s Strawberry Festival in March 2000, Al-Arian sidled up to the candidate and had his picture taken. < -snip- > Al-Arian’s politics took on a decidedly darker cast last week when federal agents arrested him at his home in south Florida and charged him with being a top leader of one of the world’s most violent terrorist organizations: Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ). < -snip- > Al-Arian certainly didn’t act like...