Video: Coulter condemns Imam; Ferraro and Colmes condone prayer


Husham Al-Husainy, the Imam who prayed to “stop the war” and “oppression and occupation” was a topic of discussion on tonight’s Hannity & Colmes. Ferraro and Colmes went as far to say the “war” Al-Husainy was talking about was not the Iraq war and suggested he could have been talking about Darfur. The lengths these anti-war and anti-Semetic apologists go is absolutely amazing. Colmes, who is Jewish (and said so on tonight’s show), should be ashamed of himself. He is truly an embarrassment to those of Jewish decent.


Frankly, I don’t believe that these two (H & C) are as stupid as they come across. Imagine all the fan-mail they are getting! Nobody can possibly remain that ignorant so long after 9/11. Too quick and rehearsed are the answers, the ‘change the subject, quick…’ the interruptions and the shouting down of guests (like Spencer) when things are said that might go against network PC-policy. These two are well trained, but its just a matter of time before somebody sinks them in their own slime.

We know who calls the shots. When Saudi prince Al Waleed calls Murdoch he changes the headlines. The power of money perverts everything!

US blackmailed by Turkey, our ‘friend & ally’

Turkish Minister Warns Against U.S. Genocide Resolution

Gul (left) meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on February 6

February 7, 2007 — Turkey’s foreign minister has warned the U.S. Congress that passing a resolution condemning as “genocide” the mass killing of Armenians early in the last century would harm relations.

Abdullah Gul, speaking after meeting top U.S. officials in Washington on February 6, said the proposed resolution would be an irritant to otherwise close cooperation with the United States on issues such as Iraq.

“I see this as a real threat to our relationship,” he said. “While we are having cooperation in these difficult fields, while we are fighting shoulder to shoulder in these fields, while we are supporting each other and facing these challenges, this resolution, if it is accepted, I believe that if that happens, it will be a real shock.”

U.S. officials have said they will try to block the resolution.

“In terms of the discussions within the U.S. Congress, look, we understand very clearly that this is a sensitive issue not only for the Turkish people but for the Armenian people,” U.S. State Department spokesman Sean McCormick said. “We have made our views known on the potential for a resolution or for a bill.”

Turkey denies the World War 1-era deaths of around 1.5 million Armenians amounted to genocide.


The last time we saw the Turks fight ‘shoulder to shoulder’ was when they raped and ransacked northern Cyprus 1974, killed about 8000 Greek Cypriots and drove 200.000 from their homes. The entire populations of several Turkish Cypriot villages were massacred in reprisal for the landings by Greek Cypriot paramilitaries. As of today, there are still thousands of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots unaccounted for. The events of the summer of 1974 have dominated Cypriot politics ever since and have been a major point of contention between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, as well as Greece and Turkey.

The most violent and systematic attack has been on churches, which are the most obvious and easily recognized symbols of the areas cultural identity. In all, of the 275 churches in occupied Cyprus, 75 have been converted into mosques, 141 have been desecrated, 13 have been converted into storage spaces or stockyards, 3 into icon museums, and 4 for propaganda purposes into cultural centres, whilst a further 20 are used by the occupying regime as military depots, barracks, restaurants and military hospitals. Churches throughout occupied Cyprus have been stripped of their contents and converted into mosques.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Update: Read it and weep how the West aids and abets the enemy:

Turkey’s New Threat to Peace

By Gene Rossides       
February 6, 2007

The government of Cyprus recently signed an agreement with Lebanon and Egypt for joint exploration of oil and natural gas in an area 125 miles wide between Cyprus and the Mediterranean’s southern coast.

The Turkish government has threatened to block exploration asserting, incredibly, that is has rights in the area. In early February the Greek Cypriot media headlined that there was unexpected movement of Turkish warships along the southern coast of Cyprus. They accused Turkey of “muscle flexing” regarding the oil and gas exploration agreement among Cyprus, Lebanon and Egypt.

The Turkish television channel NTV reported that the Turkish warships had been sent to warn that Turkey “would safeguard its rights in the area.” Turkey, which is forty miles from the coast of northern Cyprus, has no rights in the continental shelf of Cyprus or in the area.

The Cyprus, Lebanon, Egypt consortium has engaged a Norwegian energy-consulting company to begin a survey of the area. The potential energy wealth has been estimated as high as $400 billion.

The Turkish government has stated that the government of Cyprus “does not represent the whole of the island” and that “its agreement with other interested parties have no validity for us.”

Then you had Turkey’s puppet, the Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat say that Turkey and the Turkish Cypriots “hold rights” regarding all natural resources on Cyprus and its area.

The Turkish and Turkish Cypriot statements were characterized by a government of Cyprus spokesman as “unacceptable provocation” and a threat to peace in the area. “Turkey is openly threatening” was the banner headlines of the Greek Cypriot daily Alithia.

France’s Szarkozy: “I prefer an excess of cartoons to the absence of cartoons”- Muhammedans enraged!

Szarkozy in the crosshairs of the Muhammedans since he called them ‘scum’ during the French intifadah. But even on a ‘normal day’ the scum torches about a hundred cars….

French Dhimmies coming to their senses?

Do we see the beginning of resistance to the Islamization of France?
by Eloi Rouyer Wed Feb 7,
PARIS (AFP) – A French satirical weekly won support from interior minister and presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy when it went on trial for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.

The message from Sarkozy, who is also minister for religious affairs, at the opening of the case seen as a test for freedom of expression brought a swift response from the French Muslim Council (CFCM).

Furious at what it saw as government interference, the CFCM called an emergency meeting amid reports that its board might resign in protest.

“The executive board of the CFCM deplores the politicisation of a legal case leading it to denounce (the interference) … as an act of provocation linking terrorism and Islam,” said CFCM president Dalil Boubakeur.

“The CFCM executive regrets this manipulation,” he said.

“It calls for restraint to keep the issue in its proper context, which is that of two cartoons offending Muslims.”

A source close to the Council said the question of the board resigning would also be discussed during the emergency meeting.

The case against Charlie Hebdo was brought by two Muslim groups that are part of the CFCM, the Paris Grand Mosque and the Union of Islamic Organisations of France.

“What is there left to do if you can’t laugh at terrorists? If we can’t laugh at them, we are done for,” Charlie Hebdo editor Philippe Val told the Paris criminal court.

Sarkozy, the front-runner in the presidential elections in April, seemed to agree, saying in his letter that Charlie Hebdo had followed “an old French tradition, that of satire.”

“I prefer an excess of cartoons than the absence of cartoons,” Sarkozy wrote in the letter read by the weekly’s lawyer Georges Kiejman.

Continue reading: Sarkozy angers Muslims over French cartoons trial

Peanut Khadr Accuses Jewish Group of ‘Slander’ After Questioning Book

Jimmah: Ongoing pain and suffering with mental flatulence

Wednesday, February 07, 2007
By Melissa Drosjack


Jan. 23: Former President Jimmy Carter addresses an audience while taking questions from students at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass.

*When he refused to debate Dershowitz?

WASHINGTON — Jimmy Carter has accused an international Jewish human rights group of “falsehood and slander” for launching a petition that resulted in thousands of signatures being sent to the former president in protest of his controversial book about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

“I don’t believe Simon Wiesenthal would have resorted to falsehood and slander to raise funds,” Carter wrote last month in a handwritten letter to the head of the human rights center that bears the name of the late Holocaust survivor and Nazi hunter. The petition does not require payment to be sent, though Carter’s letter suggests it is being used as a fund raising tool.

*Look up ‘projection’ in the dictionary- Jimmah is on the money-grubbing trail and accuses the Jooozzzz….

“I believe that Simon Wiesenthal would have been as outraged by your book, ‘Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid,’ as I was,” Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean and founder of the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, wrote in a Feb. 2 response to Carter.

Carter’s fiery exchange with Hier is the latest in the controversy over the book, which last year prompted resignations of a longtime Carter aide and 14 members of a Carter Center board.

Critics allege the book contains inaccuracies and distorts history to shape the reader’s opinion to one side of the issue. Carter has defended the book, saying he didn’t mean to offend anyone.

*No, he just hates Israel and loves Arab money…

Read it all….


Charles from LGF has more:

Peanut Khadr, America’s worst president ever, exposes himself as a corrupt fool who was always on the take and in the pockets of the Arabs.

While he bags millions from the Arabs he accuses the Jooozzz of ‘money grubbing’- Just how low can this ex-president sink?

France: ‘Racism’ used to shut down Freedom of Expression

Update on this story:

Mohammed in the picture crying, sez:

‘What did I do wrong to have such idiots follow me?’

Cartoon row goes to French court

By Tom Heneghan

Paris – The row over Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed will be replayed in a French court next week when two influential Islamic groups sue a Paris satirical weekly for inciting hatred against Muslims by printing the caricatures.

The two Muslim associations aim to show that reprinting the cartoons was a provocation equal to anti-Semitic acts or Holocaust denial that are already banned under French law, Dalil Boubakeur, rector of the Paris Grand Mosque, said on Friday.

Full article here…

“Free speech is not the issue here. The issue is that, in France, racism is not an opinion, it is a crime,” said Francis Szpiner, lawyer for the Grand Mosque, which has sued along with the Union of French Islamic Organisations (UOIF).

“Two of those caricatures make a link between Muslims and Muslim terrorists. That has a name and it’s called racism.”

*Perhaps he should be asked to explain verses in the Koran like this one:

Qur’an:3:150, “Soon We shall strike terror into the hearts of the Infidels, for that …’ – ‘Terror made me victorious…’ said Mohammed-, and there is heeps more where that came from. Check our ‘Islam’ section on this blog!

During the cartoon controversy, offended Muslims demanded an apology and a ban on criticising Islam. President Jacques Chirac accused Charlie Hebdo of willfully provoking Muslims.

*Chirac of course was and always will be a whore for the Arabs and always in their pocket, so it is of little relevance what he says.

But Szpiner, a prominent Paris lawyer, said the Grand Mosque’s complaint was not about blasphemy because it singled out only two of the 10 cartoons printed by Charlie Hebdo as racist.

“We admit that one can caricaturise the Prophet,” he said, expressing a view contrary to a widespread belief in the Muslim world that images of Mohammad are forbidden. No French court would accept an argument based on that Muslim belief.

*Right: If they can’t shut free speech down with a ‘blasphemy’-charge then they play the race card.

The issue is not the principle of caricaturising the Prophet, but a racist aggression against French Muslims, telling them they are terrorists,” Szpiner said.

*Right again: Intimidation, death-threats, mass-demonstrations, French intifadah, torching 10.000 cars, burning people alive and firebombing 500 businesses is not enough. If all fails, play the race-card, that will do ’em.

Stupid infidels, why don’t you surrender already?

University of Toronto: ASC Promotes Genocidal Hatefest against Israel

ASC of course stands for ‘Arab Students Collective’- and the event is called

‘Israel Apartheid Week’ with thanks to Little Green Footballs:

This is the graphic used to promote the event and is hosted at the official University of Toronto web site.

Take a closer look: Could it be that Israel is missing from the map?


The university’s official statement here: Ooops, looks they’ve taken it off!

But we have it anyway:

Concerns have been raised by some members of the community about an upcoming series of events to be held on campus by the Arab Students’ Collective under the title Israeli Apartheid Week. Those opposed to the content of these events have urged the University to force the Arab Students’ Collective to cancel its activities. We will not. To do so would violate the University’s fundamental commitment to freedom of speech. …

The very fact that the Arab Students’ Collective and other campus groups exist speaks to a central value of the University of Toronto. As an academic community, we have a fundamental commitment to the principles of freedom of inquiry, freedom of speech and freedom of association. In this context, campus groups avail themselves of campus facilities for activities. …

With respect to the events planned by the Arab Students’ Collective, the University has no reason to believe that the activities will exceed the boundaries for free speech as articulated in the Statement on Freedom of Speech. The U of T upholds the fundamental principles of open dialogue and tolerance within its community. The ability to question, examine and comment on issues of the day, even when such commentary may be repugnant to some, is central to the mission of the University. Having said that, all University activity is subject to the laws of Canada, and behaviour or speech that constitutes hatred or incitement to hatred against any group will be dealt with quickly and appropriately.


Advocating the destruction of an entire nation: hate speech, or wonderful example of tolerance?

All of the usual crypto-fascist “peace” groups are represented; Christian Peacemaker Teams, International Solidarity Movement, Al-Awda, etc.

And this Friday, the Arab Students’ Collective is proud to feature America-hating fraud Ward Churchill

Daniel Pipes at University of California, Irvine


Updated; Transcript added:

From | Original article available at:

Speaker Shouted Down at U.C.-Irvine
Fox News: Hannity & Colmes
February 6, 2007

[For a discussion of this event, see “My Disrupted Talk at the University of California-Irvine.”]


UNIDENTIFIED MALE DISRUPTER: Daniel Pipes! Daniel Pipes! [laughter, noises, shouts]


HANNITY: That was the scene at U.C.-Irvine last Thursday when Muslim protesters disrupted a speech entitled “The Threat to Israel’s Existence,” by Daniel Pipes, the director of the Middle East Forum. Instead of engaging in debate, the demonstrators continued their protests outside.

The university had this to say about the event.

The disruption lasted about two minutes, extended somewhat by other audience members voicing their support for Mr. Pipes. There were no further interruptions and afterward, the hosts of the event went before the audience and thanked the university’s police for its assistance on what the organizers would characterize as a successful event.

Daniel Pipes joins us now. First of all, there is a real threat to Israel’s existence. Anybody that cares about safety and security of people in the region and the State of Israel has got to recognize that’s true. What were they saying when they disrupted you?

PIPES: As they left the hall they said, “Anti-Israel,” “Anti-occupation,” “Anti-oppression,” “Anti-hate,” “Anti-Israel, Anti-Israel.” But what’s more interesting is what they said after they left the hall. Now, I didn’t see this myself, I stayed in the hall. But one of the participants went outside and recorded what was said outside. And there’s a transcript of it. Let me read you just a couple of excerpts.

“It’s just a matter of time before the state of Israel will be wiped off the face of the earth.” That’s the leader of the disrupters. And then he said,

Just keep on doing what we’re doing. Our weapon, our jihad, our way of struggling in this country is with our tongues. We speak out … and this is the best we can do right now. And our brothers and sisters on the other side of the world, they’re handling business in their own way. May Allah give them strength.

In other words, we’re just using our words now because we can’t engage in violence here, but let’s wait until the day that we can. The university, as you just read out, said this is fine. This is a successful event. There are no problems. I can’t imagine.

HANNITY: Daniel, based on the transcript as you’re reading it to us, I’ll tell you, my biggest concern is there are people that think this way in this country and have that mindset and that mentality. That is a threat to all of us. Just listening to their rhetoric, that’s the scary part, isn’t it? Don’t you think this is somebody—if that tape exists as you’re reading that transcript, isn’t that somebody that the FBI would maybe want to talk to?

PIPES: I would think so. There are two problems here. One is that someone will be saying this and no one cares. And the other is that my talk was disrupted and the university is just fine with it, has no problems. They played by the rules. They left. And the university just, you know—just says it’s fine.

HANNITY: But Daniel, look, you know it’s par for the course. If you’re a conservative, if you have different points of view, this is going to happen.

PIPES: It is. It’s happened to me before. Number of institutions. And the universities in the other cases also said, “Just fine.”


PIPES: But you know, the university is supposed to be a place for the free exchange of ideas, but yet what we’re finding is it’s the place with the least.

COLMES: Hey, Daniel, it’s Alan. You were invited to what you’re calling a liberal university. And you did speak. And as I understand it after they disrupted the event, something I wish they had handled in the Q& A period. I wish they had challenged you there. But they left and then you got a chance, as I understand it, to finish with your presentation, including the Q & A period. Is that correct?

PIPES: I did have a chance to finish, yes. And there was Q & A, yes. The point is not…

COLMES: So your point is not that you couldn’t be heard?

PIPES: No, I was not. And I’m not complaining about that. I’m complaining that the university has no problem with what happened, as you can see from the press release that they issued today. No problem. It was a good event. There is no moral condemnation of the disruption. There are no steps being taken against the disrupters.

COLMES: What steps would you like taken? Now some of the things they’re saying, I agree, are reprehensible, but do they have the right to say those things under our Constitution and in our society?

PIPES: Of course. I’m not asking they be put in jail. I’m asking for two things. First that the university use its moral situation to say this is unacceptable. This is not the way you do business at a university …

COLMES: But is there some kind of retribution you want? Do you want any action you want them to take against the people that said those things? What specifically…

PIPES: I would certainly say if you do this, if you’re a student, if you do this again, even now we’ve got problems. We’re not going to accept this kind of behavior. And if you’re not a student, you know, don’t trespass on this university and don’t come back. This has to be indicated. The university administration has to indicate this is not acceptable behavior.

COLMES: Should they be expelled if they’re students? Should they be thrown out? Thrown out of school for that?

PIPES: Not the first time. But maybe the second time. I mean, I haven’t thought through in detail the way this should work, but clearly some kind of moral approbation, sorry, some moral condemnation needs to be expressed here. In fact, again, we’re getting moral approbation.

COLMES: The fact is, this liberal university did get a chance to hear your presentation, albeit with a disruption. You said what you had to say. There was a respectful Q & A, and your voice was heard on this campus.

PIPES: There was a respectful Q & A only because the disrupters had to leave. The university administrators made it clear they had to leave. So all the people who were going to disrupt did disrupt and left. And then it became respectful.

COLMES: All right, Mr. Pipes. We…

PIPES: No a way to do business, is it?

COLMES: We thank you very much for being with us tonight.

From | Original article available at:

Islamic School

Watch how she weasels and lies:


Here’s a British TV report on the Saudi-funded King Fahad Academy in Acton, where the schoolbooks teach that Jews are monkeys and pigs, and Christians and Jews will burn in hellfire.

The director of the school is interviewed, and she says the translations are inaccurate, taken out of context, etc. You know the drill, and siince you don’t speak Arabic you can’t possibly understand anything about Islam.

More later…

France: Mohammedans Sue Magazine

Koran riots revisited:

Two French Muslim organisations are planning to re-open the Muhammed Cartoons Controversy by suing Paris based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which printed the cartoons last February.

The Paris Grand Mosque and the Union of French Islamic Organizations (UOIF), who are bringing the action, appear to be a little confused as to the difference between a race and a religion. They are claiming that reprinting the cartoons is a racist act on a par with anti-Semitic violence or Holocaust denial.

They are sure good dishing it out:

Publisher Philippe Val rejects the charge that his magazine was racist against Muslims. “It is racist to imagine that they can’t understand a joke,” he told the weekly L’Express.

Well brother, as the Ayatollah Khomeini said: There is no fun in Islam!

A Paris court will hear the case on Wednesday and Thursday and issue its ruling at a later date. Hopefully that ruling will be to recognise that Islam is a religion, not a race. It’s a set of ideas that one can accept or reject, not something you’re born with. It has no more right to any special pleading than any other set of ideas.

Some of the angriest protests have been in Tehran, where they promptly promoted a Jew-hate fest and a Moroccan won the first price for this PoS above