I must have been missing something:
I say who will rid us of this insolent putz? Â Why do we allow a Marxist Muslim to rewrite history for us?
- Â History Lesson: What our forefathers knew and what we ignore to this very day…
- Â Hugh Fitzgerald ponders why early American statesmen saw clearly about Islamic jihad, but their dhimmi successors of today do not.
Yes, indeed, Mr. President (always taking a free hand with history).
The first war the United States of Anerica had to fight was against the Muslims, not one but two wars, in fact — the first was theÂ First Barbary War(1801â€“5), also known as the Barbary Coast War or the Tripolitan War. Most Americans are unaware of this salient fact, but that’s a fact. Truth does not change.
[It] was the first of two wars fought between the United States and the North African Berber Muslim states known collectively as the Barbary States. These included the quasi-independent Sultanates in the middle and western coastal regions of North Africaâ€”what is now Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya.
And of course, theÂ second World War found us engaged against the Muslim world.
But now, 10 years after 9/11, our daily truth is being manufactured by a Muslim parvenu Â and a complicit media.
To the surprise of neither his supporters nor his detractors, Imam Obama doesn’t have much to say on Easter, but he treats Ramadan like a nationalÂ holiday. Wednesday evening he hosted Â (a shady bunch of) Muslims at the White House for an “Iftar” dinner honoring the barbaric cult. His dinner speech ranged from trite to bizarre toÂ alarming:
“Like so many faiths, Islam has always been part of our American family, and Muslim Americans have long contributed to the strength and character of our country, in all walks of life. This has been especially true over the past 10 years.”
Off hand I can’t remember any Muslim Americans making
significant positive contributions to this country, but I can remember what happened 10 years ago. True enough, we’ve had Islam rubbed in our face by our liberal ruling class ever since.
But they were there. ISNA hasÂ admitted ties to both Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. “Obama’s Iftar guest list omits controversial attendees,” by Neil Munro in theÂ Daily Caller, August 11 (thanks to Robert):
Did anyone mention Huma Abedin? If not, why not?
U.S Ignores Hillary Clinton’s Powerful Aide Huma Abedin at Its Own Risk
- byÂ Walid Shoebat and Ben BarrackÂ (Human Events, you must read this!)
The White House’s published guest list for this year’s Ramadan Iftar dinner was much shorter than previous years’ roster. It excluded the names of several controversial advocates who have attended the event in the past, including some who The Daily Caller can confirm did attend on Wednesday night.“It was a squeaky clean list,” said Durriya Badani, director of the U.S.-Islamic World Forum, an annual event organized by the Brookings Institution’s Saban Center and the Qatari government. The guests on the published list are “not controversial at all,” said Badani, whose name is on the list the White House provided to reporters.
“It was a lot more low-key … It was a more intimate event this year,” said Haris Tarin, the Washington director of the Muslim Public Affairs Council, whose invitation was kept off the published list. “I have no idea why they didn’t publish [MPAC’s invite] … I’m going to learn about that a little bit more,” he told The Daily Caller.
Mohamed Magid also attended but did not appear on the White House’s publish list. Magid is imam of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society mosque in Northern Virginia and the current president of the Islamic Society of North America. Along with MPAC, Magid’s two organizations have drawn criticism from a loose network of online critics who claim they are sympathetic to Islamist groups….
The list also excluded a few controversial attendees, such as Tarin from MPAC and Mohamed Magid, who is the imam of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society mosque in Northern Virginia and the current president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).
Critics of Tarin’s and Magid’s organizations â€” including the Investigative Project on Terrorism â€” use the Internet to publish court records, translate Arab-language media reports, and record information released by Muslim advocacy groups in the United States and overseas. For example, court records now available online show that the federal government designated ISNA an unindicted co-conspirator during the 2008 trial of Texas Muslims who smuggled money to the Hamas terror group….
It doesn’t end here: