Rashad Hussein: He Didn't Lie, He Just Made "Controversial Remarks"

The experts of language perversion are hard at work to sell this jihadist turd to the unsuspecting public:

Our Islamist Envoy

What exactly has Rashad Hussain ever written about the Qur’an? And if he has written about the Qur’an, why has no one ever heard of those writings until now?

Infiltration: What a tangled web Islamist appointees weave. When his pro-terrorist quotes surfaced, a new White House envoy dismissed them as someone else’s. A recording says otherwise.

Now Rashad Hussain, President Obama’s pick as special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference, has changed his story. He admits he did indeed call the indictment of a now-convicted terrorist a “travesty of justice.”

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White House defends Obama envoy to OIC: “This is an individual that has written extensively on why some have used religious devices like the Qur’an to justify this [terrorism] and why that is absolutely wrong”/ Trouble is: he never did. He never will.

Politico.com has provided the quotes from a recording of the 2004 event attended by Hussain to the White House for review. In it, Hussain defended confessed terrorist Sami Al-Arian, suggesting the government had railroaded him. A Florida professor, Al-Arian was running a U.S. beachhead for Palestinian terrorists. In a plea deal, he copped to a reduced charge of conspiracy to provide material support to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, a federally designated terror group. In a speech at a Cleveland mosque, Al-Arian once thundered: “Let’s damn America, let’s damn Israel, let’s damn their allies until death.”

When the controversy first broke, the White House deferred to the spin of Hussain and the Mideast outfit that scrubbed the offending statements from its Web site. Turns out the Washington Report for Middle East Affairs, a Saudi-tied, anti-Israel journal that sells Intifada trinkets, deleted his remarks after receiving a phone call from Hussain. WRMEA once employed Al-Arian’s daughter as a staffer. Thanks to the recording, there’s now no denying what Hussain said. After this deception, Obama should change his pick for envoy, who would join the OIC, a 57-government Islamic bloc, the largest voting bloc in the U.N.

The OIC is waging an international campaign against “Islamophobia,” calling it the real “terrorism.” The bloc’s assault on free speech includes pressuring the West into passing laws criminalizing criticism of Islam, including motives of jihadists like Al-Arian.

It’s plain that Hussain, who also has bashed the Patriot Act and other key anti-terror tools, cannot be trusted to represent U.S. interests vis-a-vis the OIC.

What’s more, there are reports linking him to the radical Muslim Brotherhood, of which Al-Arian is a senior member. The Brotherhood has hatched a secret plot to infiltrate the U.S. government and “destroy” it “from within,” and has erected an impressive infrastructure supporting terrorism inside America.

In a raid of Al-Arian’s home, federal agents seized a document in Arabic revealing a Brotherhood plan for “spying” on U.S. agencies.

“Members of the group should be able to infiltrate the sensitive intelligence agencies or the embassies in order to collect information and build close relationships with the people in charge in these establishments,” the paper advises Brotherhood leaders in America.

So far with this White House, the bad guys are finding it shockingly easy to put their agents in place.


If language is not correct, then what is said is not what is meant; if what is said is not what is meant, then what must be done remains undone; if this remains undone, morals and art will deteriorate; if justice goes astray, the people will stand about in helpless confusion. Hence there must be no arbitrariness in what is said. This matters above everything.