“GOP Redistribution is Fascism”

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#104 May 1, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>YOu forgot the part about Obama letting the Saudi king to lead him around on his knees. Yes tht selective outrage is coming through loud and clear Carlton.
BTW, guest, I am a Liberal on nearly every issue except for social issues. I am also a civil libertarian. Obama is neither. At best, he is a moderate/conservative Republican-lite. I wish more people could see this, but the Republican party has moved so far to the right in the last decade, that even Reagan would look like a liberal to this bunch while Obama looks like a "socialist." There hasn't been one piece of "socialist" legislation to emanate from this White House.
here

Steele, MO

#105 May 1, 2013
When can we as a informative collective, acknowledge that our current political system is nothing more than a system to keep us in conflict with ourselves and be blinded by the true atrocities that power can produce?
Gene

Caruthersville, MO

#106 May 2, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
<quoted text>
BTW, guest, I am a Liberal on nearly every issue except for social issues. I am also a civil libertarian. Obama is neither. At best, he is a moderate/conservative Republican-lite. I wish more people could see this, but the Republican party has moved so far to the right in the last decade, that even Reagan would look like a liberal to this bunch while Obama looks like a "socialist." There hasn't been one piece of "socialist" legislation to emanate from this White House.
Well said Carlton. But as long as Obama is black, racist sick demented fuckwads like Comrade Doug will see the world through blinders.

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#107 May 2, 2013
Carlton McLemore wrote:
<quoted text>
BTW, guest, I am a Liberal on nearly every issue except for social issues. I am also a civil libertarian. Obama is neither. At best, he is a moderate/conservative Republican-lite. I wish more people could see this, but the Republican party has moved so far to the right in the last decade, that even Reagan would look like a liberal to this bunch while Obama looks like a "socialist." There hasn't been one piece of "socialist" legislation to emanate from this White House.
I don’t know what all this “socialist” rhetoric is doing on the “Muslim News Update” thread (Lord knows Radical Muslims are a long way from socialists) anyway, here goes…

According to Karl Marx, socialism is nothing more than the transition from capitalism to communism.

As for Obama and his theories about governance, here’s a few of his bills and things he would like to make happen.

Obamacare….
It may not have the word “socialist” anywhere in the 28,000 pages, but Obamacare puts the nations healthcare industry a lot closer to a socialist health plan with the government deciding what will be covered, who will get coverage, who will pay and when you reach the age it's no longer viable to spend the limited healthcare dollars to keep your old ass around.

Income redistribution…
Not exactly a capitalist mantra. Not saying it is the definition of “socialist” but it sure is close.

Gun Control.…
Bought any ammo lately? How bout a new pistol or clip for your rifle? Homeland Security may be buying all that ammo in preparation for when the SHTF, or they may just be trying to get it off the market and drive the price up at the same time. Whatever reason, it “fits” better in a socialist totalitarian society more than a freedom loving capitalist society.

Free and fare elections…
The last presidential election had more in common with some utopian Central American dictatorship than any we’ve previously had. But, we don’t talk about that. Repeating facts about the 2012 election will make you a racist. Can’t go there…

This could go on all day, but you get the message.

You don’t have to tell us, Bush wasn’t the perfect capitalist either. But he didn’t thrive on expanding the welfare rolls, food stamps, disability and all the other government programs used to redistribute money from the working middle class to the non-working loafer class (excluding those deserving, of course). I didn’t say rich because the government is owned by the rich capitalists (GE, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Apple, Face book, Oracle, Hollywood….) they’re going to keep theirs no matter what.

I liked it better when the Oil Companies supposedly ran everything. I think we had more good paying jobs lower unemployment and more freedoms. Yep, Big Brother has made some significant strides under Obama.

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#108 May 4, 2013
The Muslim world” is a world where the bad guy won. It spends most of its time telling itself it’s good while damning the civilized world as evil, with full faith and no reason. But the comparative standard is getting to be too much for Muslims to deal with in a world where it’s becoming increasingly clear that Islam is not only our problem, but their problem — their greatest problem as a matter of fact.

Islam has crippled whatever ability Muslims might have had to compete with the civilized world, and the fruits of Western civilization reminds them of it every single day. The only way Islam can have its evil recognized as the unchallenged good in the world is for Muslims to obliterate its enemies, obliterate any and all moral standards, so that only the moral negation that is Islam is left standing. That will never happen unless we allow it to happen. This enemy fancies itself our would-be destroyer, but they’re only parasites feeding off of a West that is morally weak at this moment in history.

The Muslim world is counting on us to remain as morally weak as we currently are, because they know that if we began to show any kind of strength towards them, if we began to show a willingness to say the things that must be said, then we would be preparing ourselves to do the things that must be done. And that would be the beginning of the end of this thousand-year reign of terror by the bad guy who turned an entire part of the world into hell.
Bosch Fawstin

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#109 May 7, 2013
A mass exodus of Christians is currently underway. Millions of Christians are being displaced from one end of the Islamic world to the other.
We are reliving the true history of how the Islamic world, much of which prior to the Islamic conquests was almost entirely Christian, came into being.

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom recently said:“The flight of Christians out of the region is unprecedented and it’s increasing year by year.” In our lifetime alone “Christians might disappear altogether from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Egypt.”

Ongoing reports from the Islamic world certainly support this conclusion: Iraq was the earliest indicator of the fate awaiting Christians once Islamic forces are liberated from the grip of dictators.
The 2010 Baghdad church attack, which saw nearly 60 Christian worshippers slaughtered, is the tip of a decade-long iceberg.

In 2003, Iraq’s Christian population was at least one million. Today fewer than 400,000 remain—the result of an anti-Christian campaign that began with the U.S. occupation of Iraq, when countless Christian churches were bombed and countless Christians killed, including by crucifixion and beheading.
The 2010 Baghdad church attack, which saw nearly 60 Christian worshippers slaughtered, is the tip of a decade-long iceberg.

Now, as the U.S. supports the jihad on Syria’s secular president Assad, the same pattern has come to Syria: entire regions and towns where Christians lived for centuries before Islam came into being have now been emptied, as the opposition targets Christians for kidnapping, plundering, and beheadings, all in compliance with mosque calls telling the populace that it’s a “sacred duty” to drive Christians away.

In October 2012 the last Christian in the city of Homs—which had a Christian population of some 80,000 before jihadis came—was murdered. One teenage Syrian girl said:“We left because they were trying to kill us… because we were Christians…. Those who were our neighbors turned against us. At the end, when we ran away, we went through balconies. We did not even dare go out on the street in front of the house.

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#110 May 7, 2013
In Egypt, some 100,000 Christian Copts have fled their homeland soon after the “Arab Spring.” In September 2012, the Sinai’s small Christian community was attacked and evicted by Al Qaeda linked Muslims, Reuters reported. But even before that, the Coptic Orthodox Church lamented the “repeated incidents of displacement of Copts from their homes, whether by force or threat.

Displacements began in Ameriya [62 Christian families evicted], then they stretched to Dahshur [120 Christian families evicted], and today terror and threats have reached the hearts and souls of our Coptic children in Sinai.”

Iraq, Syria, and Egypt are part of the Arab world. But even in “black” African and “white” European nations with Muslim majorities, Christians are fleeing.

In Mali, after a 2012 Islamic coup, as many as 200,000 Christians fled. According to reports,“the church in Mali faces being eradicated,” especially in the north “where rebels want to establish an independent Islamist state and drive Christians out… there have been house to house searches for Christians who might be in hiding, churches and other Christian property have been looted or destroyed, and people tortured into revealing any Christian relatives.” At least one pastor was beheaded.
Even in European Bosnia, Christians are leaving en mass “amid mounting discrimination and Islamization.” Only 440,000 Catholics remain in the Balkan nation, half the prewar figure.

Problems cited are typical:“while dozens of mosques were built in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, no building permissions [permits] were given for Christian churches.”“Time is running out as there is a worrisome rise in radicalism,” said one authority, who further added that the people of Bosnia-Herzegovina were “persecuted for centuries” after European powers “failed to support them in their struggle against the Ottoman Empire.”
And so history repeats itself.

One can go on and on:
In Ethiopia, after a Christian was accused of desecrating a Koran, thousands of Christians were forced to flee their homes when “Muslim extremists set fire to roughly 50 churches and dozens of Christian homes.”

In the Ivory Coast—where Christians have literally been crucified—Islamic rebels “massacred hundreds and displaced tens of thousands” of Christians.
In Libya, Islamic rebels forced several Christian religious orders, serving the sick and needy in the country since 1921, to flee.

To anyone following the plight of Christians under Islamic persecution, none of this is surprising. As I document in my new book,“Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians,” all around the Islamic world—in nations that do not share the same race, language, culture, or economics, in nations that share only Islam—Christians are being persecuted into extinction. Such is the true face of extremist Islamic resurgence.
Gene

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#111 May 7, 2013
Its without a shadow of doubt that Comrade suffers from a mental disorder of some type. Any man woman or child, that still complains about a subject that is over 3 years old and cant move on in life, CLEARLY has a obsessive compulsive mental disorder.

Whats wrong Doug...did a negro cut off in traffic in Memphis today? Whens the pool going to be ready?

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#112 Jun 24, 2013
By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy News Correspondent

MOGADISHU, SOMALIA (Worthy News)– This month, members of the militant al-Shabaab sect publicly executed a young man to death in southern Somalia simply because he was a Christian.

Since Somalis are considered Muslim by birth, leaving Islam is punishable by death, so after al-Shabaab's Islamists had determined that 28-year-old Hassan Hurshe had become a Christian while living in Kenya, they shot him upon his return to Jilib. After his execution, Hurshe's parents, widow and son fled the area, according to Morning Star News.

Although al-Shabaab has vowed to rid Somalia of every Christian, many Somali converts to Christ living safely in Kenya have risked returning home after government troops took territory back from Shabaab's insurgents last year. But after they were dislodged, the insurgents were suspected in the shooting death of Ali Jimale, a 42-year-old Christian and father of four while he stood outside his home in Alanley, according to Morning Star.

Last December, gunmen in Beledweyne killed Mursal Isse Siad, 55, a Christian who had received death threats for leaving Islam; a month earlier in the coastal city of Barawa, al-Shabaab militants beheaded 25-year-old Farhan Haji Mose after also accusing him of leaving Mohammad for Christ.

As with Hurshe, Mose drew al-Shabaab's suspicions when he returned to Barawa from Kenya.

Kenya's population is more than 80 percent Christian while Somalia is nearly 100 percent Muslim

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#113 Aug 26, 2013
More and more people join the crowd as they push me towards the home of the village headman. I recognize the house — it’s the only one that has a garden with grass growing in it. They throw me to the ground. The village imam speaks to me:“I’ve been told you’ve insulted our Prophet. You know what happens to anyone who attacks the holy Prophet Mohammed. You can redeem yourself only by conversion or death.”

“I haven’t done anything! Please! I beg you! I’ve done nothing wrong!”

The qari with his long, well-combed beard, turns to Musarat and the three women who were there on the day of the falsa harvest.

Daughters of Asia Bibi hold a photo of their mother, who has been in prison for four years.
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“Did she speak ill of Muslims and our holy Prophet Mohammed?”

“Yes, she insulted them,” replies Musarat, and the others join in:

“It’s true, she insulted our religion.”

“If you don’t want to die,” says the young mullah,“you must convert to Islam. Are you willing to redeem yourself by becoming a good Muslim?”

Sobbing, I reply:

“No, I don’t want to change my religion. But please believe me, I didn’t do what these women say, I didn’t insult your religion. Please have mercy on me.”

I put my hands together and plead with him. But he is unmoved.

“You’re lying! Everyone says you committed this blasphemy and that’s proof enough. Christians must comply with the law of Pakistan, which forbids any derogatory remarks about the holy Prophet. Since you won’t convert and the Prophet cannot defend himself, we shall avenge him.”

He turns on his heel and the angry crowd falls on me. I’m beaten with sticks and spat at. I think I’m going to die. Then they ask me again:

“Will you convert to a religion worthy of the name?”

“No, please, I’m a Christian, but I beg you ...”

And they go on beating me with the same fury as before.

I was barely conscious and could hardly feel the pain of my wounds by the time the police arrived. Two policemen threw me in their van, to cheers from the angry crowd, and a few minutes later I was in the police station in Nankana Sahib.

In the police chief’s office they sat me down on a bench. I asked for water and compresses for the wounds on my legs, which were streaming with blood. A young policeman threw me an old dishcloth and spat out at me:

“Here, and don’t get it everywhere.”

One of my arms really hurt and I thought it might be broken. Just then I saw the qari come in with Musarat and her gang. With me sitting there they told the police chief that I insulted the Prophet Mohammed. From outside the police station I could hear shouts:

“Death to the Christian!”

After writing up the report the policeman turned and called to me in a nasty voice:

“So what have you got to say for yourself?”

“I’m innocent! It’s not true! I didn’t insult the Prophet!”

Immediately after I’d protested my innocence I was manhandled into the police van and driven away. During the journey I passed out from pain and only came back to myself as we were arriving at Sheikhupura prison, where I was thrown into a cell.

Since that day I haven’t left prison.

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#114 Sep 22, 2013
PESHAWAR, Pakistan — A suicide attack on a historic Christian church in northwestern Pakistan killed at least 75 people on Sunday in one of the deadliest attacks on the Christian minority in Pakistan for years.

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The attack occurred as worshipers left the All Saints Church in the old quarter of the regional capital, Peshawar, following a service on Sunday morning. Up to 600 worshipers had attended the service and were leaving for a distribution of free food on the lawn outside, when two explosions ripped through the crowd.

Dozens of people were killed and more than 100 wounded, said Akhtar Ali Shah, the home secretary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

The death toll continued to rise as rescue workers sifted through the damaged church property, said Hamid Ullah, a rescue worker with Al Khidmat Foundation, a rescue service operated by the Jamaat-e-Islami political party. He said his team had recovered 75 bodies.

The dead included women and children.. Witness reported scenes of mayhem as rescue workers ferried victims from the church, which witnesses said was scattered with body parts, shrapnel and bloodied clothing.

Enraged Christians reacted emotionally as police and rescue workers reached the scene, forcing some to leave.

“As soon as the service finished and the food was being distributed, all of a sudden we heard one explosion, followed by another,” said Azim Ghori, a witness.

Police said it was not clear whether the attack was the work of a lone attacker or of two suicide bombers. Muhammad Ilyas, a senior officer in Peshawar, said it was more likely that a lone suicide bomber had first thrown a hand grenade before detonating his vest.

It was the worst attack in years on the Christian minority in Pakistan, and coincides with a broader wave of attacks on religious minorities including Shiite Muslims this year.

In March, a Muslim mob swarmed through a Christian neighborhood in the eastern city of Lahore, torching two churches and more than 100 houses. Christians also frequently find themselves accused of blasphemy under Pakistan’s strict blasphemy laws.

The attacks are mostly orchestrated by Sunni extremist militant groups, although some have also been claimed by the Pakistani Taliban.
guest

Irving, TX

#115 Sep 22, 2013
ComradeWinston wrote:
A Christian woman and her four children were murdered by a Muslim mob in Jhelum, Pakistan after her 11-year-old son was accused of committing blasphemy. On June 21, the Christian boy went to the local store to buy laundry detergent. The shopkeeper, upon learning the boy was a Christian, refused to sell any products to him. When the boy returned home and informed his mother of the incident, she phoned her husband -- Jamshed Masih -- and asked him to rush home from work. Before he was able to return, Muslim residents arrived at the family's home and accused the boy of committing blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammad. When Jamshed's wife argued against the accusation, they killed her and the children -- two boys and two girls. Authorities are reportedly too fearful of the local Muslim leader to file charges.
Very good post Comrade,i am afraid that it could happen here if we are not careful .There are lots of muslims here in this country and trying to inforce their barbaric laws here in our country.We have no place for this kind of inhumane socity.The thing that upsets me is our government lays down the red carpet for them.
idiot watcher

Humboldt, TN

#116 Sep 22, 2013
Gene wrote:
Its without a shadow of doubt that Comrade suffers from a mental disorder of some type. Any man woman or child, that still complains about a subject that is over 3 years old and cant move on in life, CLEARLY has a obsessive compulsive mental disorder.
Whats wrong Doug...did a negro cut off in traffic in Memphis today? Whens the pool going to be ready?
You do realize that you've just described yourself perfectly don't
you? I can't remember how long I've been reading topix. I do know that you manage to bad mouth Bush, any conservative, and brand anyone that doesn't agree with your views as a racist just about every time that you post on any subject. If that behavior isn't obsessive compulsive I don't what would be.

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#117 Sep 22, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Very good post Comrade,i am afraid that it could happen here if we are not careful .There are lots of muslims here in this country and trying to inforce their barbaric laws here in our country.We have no place for this kind of inhumane socity.The thing that upsets me is our government lays down the red carpet for them.
Who signs a pledge to a muslin and his their agenda..republicans

Grover Norquist is one of their puppet master

He is married to a muslim, raising his children as muslim, has change his faith to muslim, and works for all kinds of Islamic originations

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Who thinks women should not get paid the same as men

Who thinks women should not get abortions

Who thinks woman do NOT (really) get raped

Who thinks the poor should be on the streets

Who thinks children should go hungry

Who thinks only certain people should vote

republicans and muslims

The republicans points fingers and yell that the President is a muslim

No muslim would fight for women, children and the poor like the president has

No republican would fight for women, children and the poor

The republicans are EXCATLY what they accuse the president of being.

Men and women who sign a pledge to a muslim and put that above their oath of office

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#118 Sep 22, 2013
Grover Norquist, the guy who smarmily strong-arms almost every Republican into swearing an oath never to raise taxes, may be an Islamo-fascist Muslim sleeper agent — according to conservative David Horowitz.

Horowitz: Grover Norquist is a Muslim, he is a practicing Muslim.

Back in January 2011, Gaffney penned an article in WorldNut WorldNet Daily in which he claimed that “Grover Norquist is credentialing the perpetrators of this Muslim Brotherhood influence operation.… We are in a war, and he has been working with the enemy for over a decade.”

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#119 Sep 22, 2013
catfish59 wrote:
Grover Norquist, the guy who smarmily strong-arms almost every Republican into swearing an oath never to raise taxes, may be an Islamo-fascist Muslim sleeper agent — according to conservative David Horowitz.
Horowitz: Grover Norquist is a Muslim, he is a practicing Muslim.
Back in January 2011, Gaffney penned an article in WorldNut WorldNet Daily in which he claimed that “Grover Norquist is credentialing the perpetrators of this Muslim Brotherhood influence operation.… We are in a war, and he has been working with the enemy for over a decade.”
You know Catfish, it's just a shame you Obama lovers are totally and completely incapable of Decoupling his very unpopular policies on the economy and healthcare, from the war being waged against the west and Christians in particular. Obama says he's a Christian,...fine. I take him at his word. I care more about his actions than his declarations.

The world is at war with radicalized Muslims. Islam is not a religion of love and peace. Hatred of any differing faith and subjugation through slaughter are the way they have operated since the sixth century. Osama bin Laden used the middle east oil money to take their crusade to a hole new level.

I post the developments of this war AGAINST the west and Christians in particular on this thread. Obama is sideshow for another thread. As for Grover Norquist...lol...

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#120 Sep 22, 2013
The association between Grover Norquist and Islamists appears to have started in 1998, when he became the founding chairman of an organization called the Islamic Free Market Institute, better known as the Islamic Institute. The Institute's stated purpose was to cultivate Muslim-Americans and Arab-Americans whose attachment to conservative family values and capitalism made them potential allies for the Republican Party.

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#121 Sep 22, 2013
catfish59 wrote:
The association between Grover Norquist and Islamists appears to have started in 1998, when he became the founding chairman of an organization called the Islamic Free Market Institute, better known as the Islamic Institute. The Institute's stated purpose was to cultivate Muslim-Americans and Arab-Americans whose attachment to conservative family values and capitalism made them potential allies for the Republican Party.
lol
Even if I believed your premise (and I don't) the last line in your copy/paste should answer your criticisms. "The Institute's stated purpose was to cultivate Muslim-Americans and Arab-Americans whose attachment to conservative family values and capitalism made them potential allies for the Republican Party."

Do you CATFISH think republicans and democrats alike shouldn't reach out to Muslims who are NOT RADICALIZED???

Your Grover Norquist angle is baloney...

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#122 Sep 22, 2013
Your Grover Norquist angle is baloney...

NOT so grasshopper......

Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., denounced Norquist from the House floor for his “unsavory” connections, including ties to known terrorist financiers Abdurahman Alamoudi and Sami Al-Arian, his support for the Ground Zero mosque and his advocacy for transferring Guantanamo detainees to U.S. soil.

“Simply put,” said Wolf,“Mr. Norquist is connected with or has profited from a number of unsavory people and groups out of the mainstream.”

“Documentation shows that he has deep ties to supporters of Hamas and other terrorist organizations that are sworn enemies of the United States and our ally Israel,” said Wolf

If your really against musilms and Islamic terrorist you should be against norquist and all those who signed his pledge.

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#123 Sep 22, 2013
The conference they attended last weekend was hosted by the National Coalition to Protect Political Freedom (NCPPF), which was co-founded in 1997 by Sami Al-Arian — the former University of South Florida professor charged earlier this year as a fund raiser and organizer for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist group. The money Al-Arian allegedly raised went to terrorist operations overseas that killed at least two Americans. In 2001, Al-Arian’s NCPPF gave Norquist an award for his work to abolish the use of secret intelligence evidence in terrorism cases. Al-Arian was the keynote speaker. Insight investigative reporter Ken Timmerman says Norquist told the magazine he remains “proud” of the award.

Among other major participants and sponsors of the NCPPF conference was the American Muslim Council (AMC). In January, the group accused President Bush of “calling on God to kill innocent Iraqi children.” The next day, the group instructed mosque directors to block FBI counterterrorism efforts. Late last month, AMC founder Abdurahman Alamoudi was charged with illegally accepting money from Libya for his efforts to persuade the United States to lift sanctions against that nation. He also allegedly attempted to smuggle hundreds of thousands of dollars to Syria, which federal officials say was intended for delivery to Damascus-based terrorist groups.

Alamoudi’s arrest is part of a larger Justice Department investigation of terrorism funding focused on Saudi-backed Islamic foundations and businesses based in Herndon, Va.(Alamoudi is also responsible for founding the American Muslim Armed Forces and Veterans Affairs Council to “certify Muslim chaplains hired by the military,” including Capt. James “Youssef” Yee — charged last week with taking classified information home from Guantanamo Bay.) A so-called “moderate,” Alamoudi is on record praising the terrorist group Hezbollah and proclaiming:“We are all followers of Hamas.”

Norquist’s lobbying firm is registered as a lobbyist for Alamoudi. Alamoudi provided seed money for Norquist’s Islamic Institute, which shares space with Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform group. The institute is run by Alamoudi deputy and former AMC government relations director Khaled Saffuri. Saffuri and Norquist have worked closely with Bush senior adviser Karl Rove to give radical Muslim activists access to the White House. No doubt because of their efforts, Alamoudi was invited to a White House prayer service after the Sept. 11 attacks.

If any Democrat activist had such shady connections, conservatives would be on him like white on rice. Instead, Norquist has gotten away with smearing his critics — most notably, former Reagan official Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy, one of the most decent and patriotic Republicans I’ve had the honor of meeting.

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