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Monday, August 23, 2010


Via Pamela Geller, this audio recording of Feisal Abdul Rauf is getting a lot of play based upon his claim that America has more Muslim blood on its hands than do Muslims who've killed innocent non-Muslims. This is a bald-faced lie when you factor in the murder of Muslims at the hand of Muslims. However, how about the 'N' word used by Rauf? His use of the word was NO different than the context in which Dr. Laura used it. So why isn't he being demonized for it? He's not black, thereby negating any inherent right he has to use it.

Notice how he says he's a friend of Madeline Albright - over the past couple of years - after citing her as a source for proving the United States' murder of Muslims. He also references Michael Moore's 'Fahrenheit 911'.

To hear Feisal use the 'N' word, fast forward to 4:17. Paging Al and Jesse!


While appearing on Fox and Friends on August 23rd, former Muslim terrorist / PLO member Walid Shoebat explained the intentions of Ground Zero mosque Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf as conveyed in countless writings as well as from an Egyptian radio interview. Take note that Shoebat says Rauf communicates in Arabic that he only disagrees with terrorism as a tactic, but shares the same goal as the terrorists. Rauf also talks about advancing his cause through 'peaceful means'. Again, peace is not an end in and of itself. Rauf wants to use it as a means to further his agenda.

Time to wake up, folks. No, really.


Yeah, this guy again. Rep. Phil Hare (D-IL) was confronted by a constituent this past April who asked him to point to the part of the Constitution that says the government can mandate that its citizens must purchase health insurance. The money quote was that he 'doesn't worry about the Constitution'. That leads to this latest video, in which another citizen confronts Hare about the same subject. Hare rolls his eyes tries to ignore the man only to admit that matters relative to the constitutionality of the health care bill equates to 'silly stuff'.

Also, listen for the man who questions Hare about being a socialist. Hare pleads ignorance in response. There's a small problem with that defense - Hare was listed on the Democratic Socialists of America newsletter in 2009, along with 69 other congressional Democrats - as a member of their caucus.

Via Gateway Pundit

Here is the video of Hare in April that went viral.


It's been known for quite some time that Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is the second largest shareholder of Fox News's parent company, Newscorp. Many conservatives have had a problem with this relationship when considering bin Talal's ties to groups like Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR). Now it's been learned that bin Talal has funded the ground zero mosque Imam's projects. It stands to reason that Fox loses the high ground with respect to indignation about Talal being connected to Feisal Abdul Rauf.

VIa the AP:
Indeed, as none other than Rupert Murdoch's New York Post reported last May, the Kingdom Foundation, al-Waleed's personal charity, has donated a total of $305,000 to Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow, a leadership and networking project sponsored jointly by two of Rauf's organizations, the American Society for Muslim Advancement and the Cordoba Initiative. Al-Waleed owns a 7 percent, $2.3 billion stake in News Corporation. Likewise, News Corporation owns a 9 percent, $70 million stake — purchased in February — in Rotana, Al-Waleed's Saudi media conglomerate. Put another way: Rupert Murdoch and Fox News are in business, to the tune of billions of dollars, with one of the "Terror Mosque Imam's" principal patrons.
To say it would be hypocritical for Fox News Brass to highlight bin Talal's relationship with Rauf would be an understatement but how about the talent? No one on Fox has been more critical of Rauf than Hannity. I don't think Hannity has any ties to bin Talal because the latter is the second largest shareholder of Hannity's parent company. Were Hannity, for example, to take a stand and walk away from Fox because of this relationship, it might be cutting off his nose to spite his face.

Back in May, when the Gaza flotilla was in the news, Think Progress used Beck's words against him as Beck made reference to Giuliani refusing to accept bin Talal's money after 9/11. Again, by leaving, Beck might be doing the same thing - no message would get out. That Beck may have looked somewhat foolish in pointing out this fact in light of his employer's relationship with Talal, it's the relationship between bin Talal and Newscorp that should be the issue. It should be Newscorp that is made to look foolish as they are putting their hosts in very tight spots.

In fact, the more these hosts engage in the debate, the more they should be commended for potentially going against the corporate grain - Hannity in particular. Besides, I'll bet if you uncover the funding of the likes of those other networks, it'd be a bit uglier.

More on the Newscorp. / bin Talal relationship HERE and HERE.

h/t to Mike in Midland
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