Not all mosques are jihadi, but all jihadis come from a mosque.


The publicity of the home Islamofascists of Canada should be a huge wake up call for Americans. An article from Michael Ledeen explains: Wahhabi influence Jihadis are a growing concern in America as well. America is at war with a mostly stateless entity encapsulated in terrorists such as al Qaeda. Rogue states such as Iran are not brave enough to actually start a war. Although Iran pushes a lot of provocative buttons in propaganda hoping we will make the first move.

 

Islamofascists have already made their move. Multiple moves in which the Twin Towers in New York City and the Pentagon were extreme pinnacles of violence. Ledeen says we should be watching the Mosques. Leftists would decry and say, "What about First Amendment Rights to practice religion." My God if David Koresh and Bob Jones were a threat to society and community, these home grown Jihadi Mosques are even more dangerous. Let us be pro-active and place the violent in jail or deport those who are not citizens (or both). It is about homeland protection not politically correct detection.

CAIR Fifth Columnists and Multiculturalist


The American Congress for Truth has taken the opportunity to show some media guts. ACT is exposing CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) for the Wahhabi Islamofascist front that it is.

Now I say guts because CAIR and the ACLU are to very litigious institutions that enjoy tossing monetary weight in the American Judicial System.
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CAIR Fifth Columnists and Multiculturalists

By Joe Kaufman
FrontPageMagazine.com


In the realm of terrorism, the threat to America is not just concerning dirty bombs and terror cells. It’s not just about planes flying into buildings or suicide vests. No, the threat is a lot greater than that – a solid infrastructure finely cultivated into our society, paid for, at least in part, by Saudi royalty. It was created not to promote the values of our nation, but, instead, to impose Islamic law. A large part of that infrastructure is the Council on American-Islamic Relations or CAIR. On one fine spring day this month, two institutions that we as Americans rely on – one from each of America’s coasts – gave CAIR the things that it so ardently craves and needs to survive — cover and legitimization.

The date was June 5, 2006. A South Florida Sun-Sentinel editorial that morning, entitled Muslims: Group encourages volunteer work,’ began as follows: To their great credit, many Muslim organizations in the United States have been working to counteract negative views of their religion resulting from the terrorism of Islamic extremists. One of the foremost of these groups is the Council on American-Islamic Relations…

The piece was attributed to the Sun-Sentinel Editorial Board. The Board is made up of eleven individuals, the majority of which are accomplished writers with a vast amount of knowledge and experience in the widest range of subjects. That being the case, why would this distinguished group lavish praise on such an insidious organization as CAIR?

Was the Sun-Sentinel aware of the fact that CAIR, since its inception in 1994, had lost four of its officials, all linked to al-Qaeda and/or Hamas, all of which who’ve been either convicted or deported for their crimes? Or that one of its national advisory board members, Siraj Wahhaj, found his name placed on the list of potential co-conspirators to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center?

Did the newspaper know that, just prior to 9/11, CAIR had solicited funds for two terrorist charities related to Al-Qaeda and Hamas, the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development and the Global Relief Foundation, both shut down after 9/11?

Did the Sentinel recognize the fact that CAIR’s Executive Director, Nihad Awad, in March of 1994, had publicly stated his support for Hamas, saying that after I researched the situation inside and outside Palestine, I am in support of the Hamas movement…?

Did the paper realize that CAIR had criticized the prosecution of the spiritual leader of the ’93 bombing, Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, listing the trial as an incident of anti-Muslim bias and violence?

It seems none of this was taken into account, when the Board sat down to write its literary illusion. And anyway, it was only two weeks earlier that the Sentinel printed an op-ed written by the Executive Director of CAIR-Florida, Altaf Ali. Ali, exactly one month after 9/11, on a local radio show, derided this author for being Jewish and repeatedly refused to answer the question of whether he believed the people that perished during the 1st World Trade Center attacks were innocent. Ali’s op-ed was about Daniel Wultz, the American boy that was murdered by a suicide bomber in Israel. The attacker was from Palestinian Islamic Jihad, one of the terrorist groups that CAIR has its roots in.

The same day the Editorial Board put out its puff piece, CAIR received another unwarranted stroke of good fortune, as a representative from the FBI showed up to take part in one of the group’s events.

On June 5th, the Los Angeles chapter of CAIR sponsored a community town hall meeting at the Islamic Center of Irvine (ICOI), a mosque that propagates venomously anti-Semitic and anti-Israel rhetoric. In a Khutbah (sermon) given at the ICOI last month, entitled The Abuse of a Religion to sustain a Racist State,’ the ICOI’s Director of Religious Affairs, Sadullah Khan , stated, Jews who came [to Israel] brought with them a Western arrogance… In the sermon, which is found on the ICOI website, Khan liberally quoted alleged neo-Nazi William Baker and described Zionism as racist, diabolical and sinister.

Participating at the CAIR event was CAIR-LA Executive Director Hussam Ayloush. Ayloush’s appearance at ICOI makes sense, as he, himself, has been known to exhibit an extreme hatred towards the state of Israel. According to Dr. Daniel Pipes, whom Ayloush has likened to a KKK person, he (Ayloush) has repeatedly used the term Zionazi, when discussing Israelis. He has referred to Zionism as a political ideology whose tentacles are rooted in racism, and he has stated that the violent Intifada (Uprising) that was twice perpetrated by the Palestinians against the Israelis really indicates standing up against injustice.

Ayloush has complained of the United States’ treatment of the terrorist group Hamas, who recently had members voted into power in the Palestinian territories. During a Khutbah speech he gave at the Islamic Institute of Orange County (IIOC), last May, entitled Don’t Be Pessimistic, Ayloush stated: Compare your situation to the situation of our brothers and sisters in Palestine … They were starved, they were pressured and threatened with embargo, if they don’t have democratic elections. And then, when they have the democratic elections, because we don’t like the results, now they are being starved again, embargoed and punished.

In addition, Ayloush has jumped to defend the likes of Wagdy Ghoneim, a radical Egyptian imam from IIOC. Ghoneim, who was deported from the United States, had been videotaped calling for suicide bombings and had referred to Jews, at a 1998 CAIR co-sponsored Brooklyn rally, as descendants of the apes. Ayloush lauded Ghoneim as a high ly regarded religious scholar and a worldwide, well known scholar.

Ayloush has also defended the terrorists held in Guantanamo Bay. On June 15, 2006, CAIR placed on its national website an ISLAM-OPED written by Ayloush, calling for the Guantanamo Bay prison’s closure, entitled Shut Down the Gitmo Gulog.’ The next day, the article was published by the Al Jazeerah Peace Information Center, a website that acts as a propaganda machine for Hamas. In the piece, Ayloush suggests that at least some of the individuals being detained are innocent. However, according to a statement issued by the United States military just prior to the op-ed’s release, the inmates are enemy combatants being detained because they have waged war against our nation and they continue to pose a threat.

Accompanying Hussam Ayloush as a participant at the June 5th CAIR event was the Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI field office in Los Angeles, Stephen Tidwell. Tidwell, apparently, was there to quell concerns that the FBI was actively eavesdropping on local Muslims.

Like the Sun-Sentinel and its printing of Altaf Ali’s op-ed, the Los Angeles FBI had been down this road before. In fact, the L.A. FBI even created an entity, the Multi-Cultural Advisory Committee (MCAC), in which CAIR is one of the sitting members.

Did Assistant Director Tidwell, in joining the event, take into account that CAIR was created by a front for overseas terrorist organizations called the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP), whose founders include the number two leader in Hamas today, Mousa Abu Marzook, and the former North American head of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Sami Al-Arian?
Did he understand that this front, the IAP, had been found liable for the murder of a young American boy, David Boim, whose life was taken during a Hamas terror operation in Israel?

Did Tidwell recognize that CAIR, itself, is currently the defendant in a lawsuit charging that the group played a role in the murder of former chief of the FBI’s counter-terrorism section, John O’Neill, on September 11th? One of his own. Or that Steven Pomerantz, former FBI assistant director and chief of the FBI’s Counter-Terrorism Section, has stated, CAIR, its leaders, and its activities effectively give aid to international terrorist groups?

None of the above can be disputed, yet many have chosen to ignore it. Unfortunately, those ignoring the information are also responsible for supplying us with our daily take on the news and providing us with our safety and security here at home. June 5, 2006 was indeed a great day for CAIR; but for all those that worry about the future of the United States, it will be yet another day that will live on in infamy.

Nearly five years after 9/11, we still don’t get it.

Links about CAIR: CAIR and Islamofascism; Hamas – CAIR – North America and the Truth; The Truth about Hamas–and Its Followers; Truth: Council on American-Islamic Relations; CAIR: Chairman Elected to Board of ACLU – Florida; AND CAIR: "Nothing Immoral" in Islamic Terror Murders.

India: America’s New Strategic Partner?


 

The essayist Ashton B. Carter has links to the Clinton Administration of old being a former Assistant Secretary of Defense thereof. I therefore realize that that his analysis of the "India Deal" is a bit slanted toward a Democratic Party stance.

On saying that and upon reading the essay, I have to admit his points are remarkably balanced. After examining all the negatives that might occur with validating India as a nuclear power and potential partner, the ultimate conclusion is that India is a necessary gamble to take in the emerging geo-political international politics.

President Musharraf of Pakistan was a welcome ally in the war against the Taliban of Afghanistan and the search of bin Laden. Unfortunately bin Laden has not been located. Musharraf’s continued support for America is not popular among a huge portion of his Mohammedan population. Pakistan is a military regime as opposed to a democratic regime, which is typical of Mohammedan nations. It is foreseeable that Musharraf could be deposed in favor of a regime more in line with the Mohammedan hatred for things America.

If Musharraf were to be deposed, Pakistan would be a hostile nuke WMD nation toward American national interests. Instead of being a partner in the war on terrorism, Pakistan could easily turn and be an enemy.

India is a stable democratic regime. Although India’s national interests have not been eye to eye with American national interests, emerging geopolitical signs will make America and India likely partners by default. India is a natural enemy of Islamofascism and also of Communist China.

China has been arming and bringing sophisticating to its military for some time. Again, that makes India a natural ally with America. India and America will be wed because of aligning mutual interests.

Congress needs to realize the future and embrace a partnership with India and abandon the few negative implications the present may portend. India is in America’s future and that future will benefit both nations.

AP Skews News to the Left View


This news head line caught my attention on the Internet: Marines announce murder, other charges. My first thought was about the accusations relating to the American military and Haditha.

Here is the opening sentence:

Seven Marines and a Navy corpsman were charged Wednesday with premeditated murder in the shooting death of an Iraqi man and could face the death penalty if convicted.


After reading the first sentence, again I am thinking Haditha. My thinking was amazement because non-leftist sources were beginning to point to evidence that much of the accusations were staged by Islamofascist insurgents and bought into by the MSM. There have been huge indications that the violence at Haditha was the fault of insurgents and anything pointing toward Marines was from unsubstantiated sources.

So, I keep reading. In the second to last paragraph (the lucky 13th paragraph) I read:

The case is separate from the alleged killing by other Marines of 24 Iraqi civilians at Haditha last November. A pair of investigations related to that case is still under way and no criminal charges have been filed.


Nearly the entire article is complete and the AP reports that the horrendous murder charges have NOTHING to do with Haditha. In fact the charges being brought up on the seven Marines and Navy corpsman have to make it past Article 32 proceedings before a Court Martial is considered.

The AP is doing its best to convict military personnel in the public media. In fairness the AP should try to uncover facts as to why Americans would be so belligerent. It might have something to do with a brutal enemy that hates us and itself practices no military rules of engagement. Why is not the AP and other MSM not reporting about possible war crimes from Islamofascist insurgents? Could it be the AP and the MSM are discreetly rooting for the success of the Islamofascists and for the failure of American boys protecting such rights as the freedom of the press? Hmm…

The Episcopalian Homosexual Compromise


The Compromise

I have been following this little anomaly to Christianity. One can trace the thread HERE.

 

The thing that stands out to me is the newly elected (Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori) American Episcopalian leader’s comments:

 

"This church, the body of Christ, is not wholly one and not wholly two," she said during the debate. "The resolution which is before you is far from adequate. The language is exceedingly challenging but it is the best we can do at this convention."

 

"We need to keep working … to find the common body in this church," she said. "This is the best we are going to manage at this point in the church’s history."

 

Why do I find her comments fascinating? It is Schori that backed the ordination of Bishop [sic] Gene Robinson to the Bishopric of New Hampshire. Robinson has a homosexual partner and openly flaunts his homosexuality in the face of the Holy Scriptures. Robinson even went so far as to say, "I am not an abomination." Obviously he knew that the understanding of Scripture contradicted his statement or he would not have enunciated his self-righteousness so vociferously.

 

Back Schori: How long does anyone think a homosexual supporter will comply with the wishes of the International Anglican Communion?

Ann Coulter


I am an Ann Coulter fan.
 
Yes I am aware she goes over the edge when it comes to political correctness. So what! If there is anything lacking in the Conservative movement today is the intimidation of "Political Correctness."
 
My hero President Bush has been afflicted with political correctness from the beginning of the 9/11 assault by Mohammedan terrorists. He actually called Mohammedanism (the President was politically correct, he said "Islam") a religion of peace. It is not.
 
I cannot wait to read Coulter’s new book, "Godless: The Church of Liberalism." I have it on order from the Conservative Book Club.
I understand it is a no holds barred assault on the Left. O Yeah baby!
 
Joseph Farah writes an amazing praise for Ann Coulter. He has entitled it "Why Coulter’s Not A Conservative." The titled originally angered me. So I went over there to read it and give Farah a blast of a comment. What I found was an awesome piece on Ann Coulter. Click the link and read it!

Teacher’s Union Set to Endorse Homosexuality!


Here it comes! Secular Humanistic and homosexual moral values are to be formerly endorsed as valid and normal as opposed to Biblical morality. Your children in Public School systems will be force fed the homosexual and alternate lifestyle moral values. The ONLY thing you will have to prevent this indoctrination is to pull your children out of Public School or the Secular Humanistic Private School. That is unless a flood of disapproval hits the NEA.

If this is a concern to you read further to find out how you can work with the AFA. It does not concern you, shame on you.
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American Family Association

Donald E. Wildmon Founder and Chairman

June 19, 2006

National Education Association Set to Endorse Homosexual: Marriage Teacher’s union begins plans to promote homosexual marriage in public schools.

The National Education Association is set to endorse homosexual marriage at their convention coming up in Orlando June 29 through July 6.

The new NEA proposal essentially says schools should support and actively promote homosexual marriage and other forms of marriage (two men and one woman, three women, two women and three men, etc.) in their local …
schools. The new proposal, expected to pass overwhelmingly, is found under the B-8 Diversity paragraph:

The Association… believes in the importance of observances, programs and curricula that accurately portray and recognize the roles, contributions, cultures, and history of these diverse groups and individuals.

The Association believes that legal rights and responsibilities with regard to medical decisions, taxes, inheritance, adoption, legal immigration, domestic partnerships, and civil unions and/or marriage belong to all these diverse groups and individuals.

Translated, that means the NEA will promote homosexual marriage in every avenue they have available, including textbooks, to all children at all age levels and without the permission or knowledge of parents. Their plans will include every public school in America.

Take Action

  • First, please forward this to all parents with children in public schools. They need to be aware of the plans the NEA has to indoctrinate their children with their pro-homosexual, homosexual marriage agenda.
  • Click here to send your email to your NEA state affiliate.
  • Please forward this to public school teachers you know so they can be aware of the NEA’s plans.

In fact, their membership dues will be used to help implement the new NEA plan. AFA encourages teachers who do not approve of their dues going to the NEA to find an alternative teacher’s group to help them retain their benefits. Teachers might want to give the CEAI home page a look http://www.ceai.org/index.htm or find another alternative in their state.

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Boyle Still Waiting For A Confirmation Vote After 5 Years


It is mind boggling the steps the liberal members of the Senate have gone to prevent President Bush Appointees from getting an up or down vote. It is even more mind boggling how a Republican majority in the Senate has allowed Boyle to languish in Appointment limbo for five years!

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Senate to Confirm Ikuta in Four Months While Boyle Waits Five Years

 

WASHINGTON, June 19 /Christian Newswire/ — Concerned Women for America (CWA) says the speedy confirmation of Sandra Ikuta to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit expected later today stands in stark contrast to the dilatory delay of the confirmation of Judge Terrance Boyle to the Fourth Circuit, the longest-waiting nominee in history. 

 

President Bush nominated Ikuta on February 8, 2006. He nominated Judge Boyle on May 9, 2001. Boyle languished four years in the Senate Judiciary Committee before being reported out on June 16, 2005. He has been waiting more than a year for a vote in the Senate. As yet, his nomination hasn’t been placed on the Senate calendar even though the vacancy in the Fourth Circuit is deemed a “judicial emergency.”  The people represented in the Fourth Circuit, especially those in North and South Carolina need to let their Senators know they want action on Judge Boyle’s nomination.

 

“It’s inexcusable that this highly-qualified judge who has served 22 years on the district court continues to be held hostage by the Senate,” said Jan LaRue, CWA’s Chief Counsel.  “The Chief Judge of the Fourth Circuit has selected Judge Boyle to join the circuit temporarily and help decide cases.  He has authored 17 opinions, none of which has been reversed by the Supreme Court.

 

“An immediate up-or-down vote is the only acceptable course of action,” concluded LaRue.

 

CWA’s Chief Counsel Jan LaRue shapes legal policy for CWA, analyzing, commenting, and writing about court activity and the ramifications of legal decisions for American families.

 

 Concerned Women for America is the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization.

UN Bashing is Hardly Enough


The United Nations is an archaic ineffective anachronism that the United States should shed all relationship. I have said many times that America should become part of a separate International Entity that is more favorable with American heritage of Liberty and Democratic Representation. The UN is a slug of an organization that favors nearly everything that is in conflict with American National Interests. Islamofascism and the vestiges of Communism being part and parcel of those enemies that have the agenda of bringing America down. The UN facilitates America’s enemies. I think Middle Americans are acutely aware of this.

Chemical Weapons


Stop The ACLU Blog has a news alert from the NY Times. The Times actually is reporting an excerpt from a book by Ron Suskind. With tongue in cheek, Stop The ACLU points the Times did not dig up the evidence themselves. The point being made with that is the info is not verified.

 

So by now you have to be thinking, “What the heck is he talking about?”

 

Suskind reports in his book that al Qaeda was about unleash a deadly gas attack in a NY City subway. Here is the Stop The ACLU quote:

Al-Qaeda terrorists came within 45 days of attacking the New York subway system with a lethal gas similar to that used in Nazi death camps. They were stopped not by any intelligence breakthrough, but by an order from Osama bin Laden’s deputy, Ayman Zawahiri. And the U.S. learned of the plot from a CIA mole inside al-Qaeda. These are some of the more startling revelations by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ron Suskind, whose new book The One Percent Doctrine is excerpted in the forthcoming issue of TIME. It will appear on Time.com early Sunday morning.

U.S. intelligence got its first inkling of the plot from the contents of a laptop computer belonging to a Bahraini jihadist captured in Saudi Arabia early in 2003. It contained plans for a gas-dispersal system dubbed “the mubtakkar” (Arabic for inventive). Fearing that al-Qaeda’s engineers had achieved the holy grail of terror R&D — a device to effectively distribute hydrogen-cyanide gas, which is deadly when inhaled — the CIA immediately set about building a prototype based on the captured design, which comprised two separate chambers for sodium cyanide and a stable source of hydrogen, such as hydrochloric acid. A seal between the two could be broken by a remote trigger, producing the gas for dispersal. The prototype confirmed their worst fears: “In the world of terrorist weaponry,” writes Suskind, “this was the equivalent of splitting the atom. Obtain a few widely available chemicals, and you could construct it with a trip to Home Depot – and then kill everyone in the store.”

The device was shown to President Bush and Vice President Cheney the following morning, prompting the President to order that alerts be sent through all levels of the U.S. government. Easily constructed and concealed, mass casualties were inevitable if it could be triggered in any enclosed public space.

 

Having discovered the device, exposing the plot in which it might be used became a matter of extreme urgency. Although the Saudis were cooperating more than ever before in efforts to track down al-Qaeda operatives in the kingdom, the interrogations of suspects connected with the Bahraini on whose computer the Mubtakkar was discovered were going nowhere. The U.S. would have to look elsewhere.

Conventional wisdom has long held that the U.S. has no human intelligence assets inside al Qaeda. “That is not true,” writes Suskind. Over the previous six months, U.S. agents had been receiving accurate tips from a man the writer identifies simply as “Ali,” a management-level al-Qaeda operative who believed his leaders had erred in attacking the U.S. directly. “The group was now dispersed,” writes Suskind. “A few of its leaders and many foot soldiers were captured or dead. As with any organization, time passed and second-guessing began.”

And when asked about the Mubtakkar and the names of the men arrested in Saudi Arabia, Ali was aware of the plot. He identified the key man as Bin Laden’s top operative on the Arabian Peninsula, Yusuf al Ayeri, a.k.a. “Swift Sword,” who had been released days earlier by Saudi authorities, unaware that al-Ayeri was bin Laden’s point man in the kingdom.

Ali revealed that Ayeri had visited Ayman Zawahiri in January 2003, to inform him of a plot to attack the New York City subway system using cyanide gas. Several mubtakkars were to be placed in subway cars and other strategic locations. This was not simply a proposal; the plot was well under way. In fact, zero-hour was only 45 days away. But then, for reasons still debated by U.S. intelligence officials, Zawahiri called off the attack. “Ali did not know the precise explanation why. He just knew that Zawahiri had called them off.”

The news left administration officials gathered in the White House with more questions than answers. Why was Ali cooperating? Why had Zawahiri called off the strike? Were the operatives planning to carry out the attack still in New York? “The CIA analysts attempted answers. Many of the questions were simply unanswerable.”

Stop The ACLU goes on to explore if Suskind’s information is reliable. The blog utilizes the resources of other opinions from other blogs that tend to do intelligent takes on the Times. One of the points in question is this: If the Times reported it, the facts might not be valid.

 

Then an analyst points out this quote puts al Qaeda in a somewhat unfavorable light and puts President Bush in a somewhat favorable light. Both being the case the analyst surmises there may be some truth to the Times publication of the report. The reason I use the word “somewhat” is because there is an emphasis that al Qaeda second in command – Zawahiri – mysteriously called of the attack. There is no reason given for that decision.

 

As the quote demonstrates, al Qaeda has developed the capability to utilize chemical WMD. The built and tested the device extracted from a captured lap top. IT WORKED!

 

How will Homeland Security address this future probable possibility? Why would Zawahiri call off the attack? Is it all smoke and mirrors after all? Is there a truth or is it terrorism propaganda planted to strike fear in America? Time will tell.

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