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Thursday, October 28, 2010


And you thought John Kerry couldn't get any lower than what he did in 1971, comparing American troops to 'Jengis Kahn.' Well, apparently he can. While attending a groundbreaking ceremony in his home state, an Imam concluded the proceedings by exhorting everyone to chant, 'Allah hu Akbar' and Senator Kerry allegedly obliged - twice.

Via New English Review:
He delivered a Muslim prayer, did this Abdullah Farooq who once told Muslims they should, if they felt it necessary, "reach for their guns," and he asked the whole audience to join him in proclaiming "Allahu Akbar" -- a Muslim statement of elation -- of elative and relative triumph over the Infidels, for Allah is the Greatest, and Allah is also Greater for it says not that "God is Great" but that "God, the Muslim God, Allah," is greater than the God of the Christians or the Jahweh of the Jews.

And when the audience did as it was told, he berated them for not being enthusiastic and loud enough, and insisted that again they all say with him, this time more loudly, and with feeling: : Allahu Akbar.

And so they dutifully, or sheepishly, did.

And among those who lustily shouted "Allahu Akbar" was the man sitting next to Abdullah Farooq: Senator John Kerry.
Of course, though he didn't attend, earlier this year, Kerry was invited to speak at a CAIR event alongside Tariq Ramadan, the grandson of the Muslim Brotherhood founder, Hassan al-Bana.

h/t to Weasel Zippers


There will be two primary Fort Hood memorial services one year after the shootings that left 14 dead and 35 wounded on November 5, 2009. One will span two days - November 5 and 6. It will be sponsored by the City of Killeen (Fort Hood). It is sanctioned by the City and the military. Its purpose is to commemorate the fallen and the wounded but the truth about the ideology of the shooter, Nidal Malik Hasan is certain to be ignored.

Enter the other memorial, which is being sponsored by the International Counter-Terrorism Officers Association on November 21st. It is being organized by the Forum For Middle Eastern Understanding. The local ABC affiliate there - KXXV News Channel 25 - reported on the story of a letter that was sent out by the Killeen Chamber of Commerce last week.

That letter, as well as several billboards (pictured) that popped up in the area are serving as a source of controversy. One of the billboards is said to be very close to the entrance of Fort Hood. Here is an excerpt from the KXXV report:
The "Fort Hood Memorial" event name is also the same name for the planned Fort Hood memorial structure next to the Killeen Conference Center. Killeen chamber officials wouldn't go on camera but said the letter was straight-forward in making a difference between the two for its members, and not an attempt to take donations away.

Davies still feels it's an attempt to drag his donations down. He also says it's the nature of his speakers that might have some people worried. At least two former Jihadists turned counter-terrorist spokespersons are scheduled to make speeches.

The events are planned on separate days. The Fort Hood memorial unveiling is on November 5th, and the Forum for Middle-East Understandings event is on November 21st.
Here is the video report from KXXV.

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