Michael Coren with Ground Zero mosque imam Rauf

Update:

Bravo, Michael Coren!

Michael Coren exposes Ground Zero Mosque Imam Rauf; Robert Spencer gives postgame analysis

Robert Spencer comes in to  explain imam Rauf’s slimy game:

Imam Rauf, the smarmy deceiver, invokes the mustard seed. I wonder if anyone picked up on it. As always, when dealing with slimy taqiyya merchants like this, is “like nailing jelly to the wall”, as Robert Spencer so aptly described it.


Thanks to Scamatt for the vid

9 thoughts on “Michael Coren with Ground Zero mosque imam Rauf”

  1. I wish – just once – that one of these hosts would challenge ‘innocent civilian’.
    Why is it necessary to say ‘innocent’, why not just civilian?
    Define innocent!

    Since islam states that no kufir is ever innocent (leaving the door to killing civilians wide open) I should like to hear their justification.

  2. Another poor muslim misunderstood

    Court hears basher had ‘tragic childhood’ in Bosnia

    Date
    July 13, 2012 – 5:30PM

    Natasha Rudra

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    A Sydney man who took part in the brutal bashing of a convenience store manager during a drunken night out had a tragic childhood during the Bosnian war, a court has heard.

    But the ACT Magistrates Court was also told Ermin Mehic, 25, had been in “50 fights” and appeared to have little remorse for the bashing despite sending a letter of apology to the victim.

    Mehic and two friends had a confrontation with the manager of the convenience store during a night out in Civic in September last year.

    His friends, Emir Ajetovic, 22, and Aldin Kahric, 26, started punching and beating the man while Mehic joined in later, kicking him in the head several times.
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    This afternoon the court heard Mehic was a Bosnian Muslim who had spent his early years “surrounded by death and destruction”, near Srebrenica.

    His lawyer told the court Mehic had been in “50 fights” in his life and was seeing a psychologist to deal with his issues.

    But he did not have a grasp on reality and the court case had been a “high watermark” and wake up call for him.

    Mehic originally maintained his innocence, but eventually pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

    The court heard he had sent a letter of apology to the victim, who was left with lacerations on his face and bruising that took four months to heal.

    But the prosecution said the letter was contradicted by a pre-sentence report, in which Mehic tried to blame the victim and his friends for the bashing.

    The court heard Mehic’s attack on the victim was unprovoked and unnecessary.

    Chief Magistrate Lorraine Walker adjourned the sentencing proceedings to August.

    Read more: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/court-hears-basher-had-tragic-childhood-in-bosnia-20120713-2213x.html#ixzz20UEIpsAc

  3. Court hears basher had ‘tragic childhood’ in Bosnia

    Date
    July 13, 2012 – 5:30PM

    Natasha Rudra

    Email article
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    A Sydney man who took part in the brutal bashing of a convenience store manager during a drunken night out had a tragic childhood during the Bosnian war, a court has heard.

    But the ACT Magistrates Court was also told Ermin Mehic, 25, had been in “50 fights” and appeared to have little remorse for the bashing despite sending a letter of apology to the victim.

    Mehic and two friends had a confrontation with the manager of the convenience store during a night out in Civic in September last year.

    His friends, Emir Ajetovic, 22, and Aldin Kahric, 26, started punching and beating the man while Mehic joined in later, kicking him in the head several times.
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    This afternoon the court heard Mehic was a Bosnian Muslim who had spent his early years “surrounded by death and destruction”, near Srebrenica.

    His lawyer told the court Mehic had been in “50 fights” in his life and was seeing a psychologist to deal with his issues.

    But he did not have a grasp on reality and the court case had been a “high watermark” and wake up call for him.

    Mehic originally maintained his innocence, but eventually pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

    The court heard he had sent a letter of apology to the victim, who was left with lacerations on his face and bruising that took four months to heal.

    But the prosecution said the letter was contradicted by a pre-sentence report, in which Mehic tried to blame the victim and his friends for the bashing.

    The court heard Mehic’s attack on the victim was unprovoked and unnecessary.

    Chief Magistrate Lorraine Walker adjourned the sentencing proceedings to August.

  4. Well done Mr Coren – and well done for behaving in an exemplary way towards this insidious example of takiyya and slyness. We never have interviews like this on British TV – where Islam is exposed for the danger it is. You have an advantage over us in the UK – you have the Fifth Amendment. We in the UK are having our rights to speak our minds constantly undermined – and we look to you brave people to give us the support and courage to stand up to our own government that is being entranced by Islam.

    1. 5th amendment?

      The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution protects witnesses from being forced to incriminate themselves.

      You probably mean the 1st, and that only applies to the U.S.

      Coren is in Canada.

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