Brother Fareed Zakaria Returns Award to Anti-Defamation League

Of course. The slick son of an imam has other plans and a completely different agenda from da Jooozzz….

CNN host returns ADL award over mosque controversy

NEW YORK – The Anti-Defamation League says columnist and TV host Fareed Zakaria has returned a First Amendment award to the group in protest of the organization’s opposition to a proposed mosque near ground zero.

The ADL said in a statement Friday that it was “saddened” and “stunned” by Zakaria’s decision.

The group says Zakaria said in a letter that he couldn’t “in good conscience” keep the league’s Hubert H. Humphrey First Amendment Freedoms Prize that he was awarded in 2005.

* Genocide on Jews would not trouble him that much….

Zakaria, a Newsweek and Washington Post columnist and CNN host, didn’t immediately return messages seeking comment.

The ADL is the leading Jewish civil rights group in the U.S. It has said the location of the planned mosque is “counterproductive to the healing process” but says it rejects any opposition to the center based on bigotry.

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  1. Like I said on another blog, he should have stuffed it where the sun doesn’t shine, it would have had more impact. No pun intended.

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