WSJ –Â PAUL WOLFOWITZ who writes this crap, is still amazingly clueless. He obviously never bothered to read the Koran.
Wahid and the Voice of Moderate Islam– H/T Counter Jihad
Wahid, if anything, was a slick and sly operator and a hardcore Islamist when it suited him. Nothing moderate about him. Â Nothing lost, nothing gained:
Wahid was one of the most impressive leaders I have known. Although his formal higher education was limited to Islamic studies in Cairo and Arabic literature in Baghdad, his breadth of knowledge was astounding. With a voracious appetite for knowledge and a remarkably retentive memory, he seemed to know all of the important Islamic religious and philosophical texts. He also loved reading a wide range of Western literature (including most of William Faulkner’s novels) as well as Arabic poetry.
Not to worry, the clashes were “minor”-
Kenya ‘deports Muslim hate cleric Abdullah al-Faisal’
“We are not deporting him because he is a Muslim” – Otieno Kajwang
Immigration minister Â (Gee, for a moment you had me worried there…)
Kenyan police say they have deported a Jamaican-born Muslim cleric notorious for preaching racial hatred but have declined to say where he has gone. Â Al BeBeeCeera
Filthy rich scum refuses to pay: Pops Mutallab Goes to Detroit, But Won’t Pay For Son’s Lawyer
Page Six has a twisted story involving Beyonce and Hannibal GadhafiÂ the son ofÂ “terror-backing” Libyan dictatorÂ Moammar Gadhafi who travels with armedÂ female bodyguards and whoÂ pitched a tent in New Jersey last year. She allegedly performed in a black leotard for over an hour. No word on how much she made (though one source says $2 million)Â at the New Years Eve gig atÂ Nikki Beach but last year Mariah Carey scored $1 million at the same venue.Â Hannibal was arrested in Geneva earlier this year for beating two hotel servants with a hanger and a belt. More>>
Showbiz Whores for Qaddafi Terrorism (& Obama) Debbie Schlussel
Asylum seekers occupy Â churches – More and more asylum seekers, mainly from Iraq and Iran, are turning to churches for sanctuary against deportation orders.Â The Finnish Ecumenical Council is worried by the tougher stance taken by the authorities.Â (EN)