Flashback Charlie Rose from Creeping Sharia

November 21, 2011

<—-flashback Rose….(creepingsharia.wordpress.com) A follow-up to a post on the PBS documentary ‘Jihad in America’. The video below is an episode of Charlie Rose. It aired on PBS fifteen seventeen years ago today. Watch it.

Charlie Rose hosts the executive producer of the documentary, Steve Emerson, and three Muslims (3 on 1). They are one-time CAIR board member Anisa Abd El-Fattah, Mohammad Mehdi, and possibly the most irrational of the lot, Abdurahman Alamoudi. The twist we told you about in the last post is that the defiant, evidence-ignoring Alamoudi is now in prison, convicted of terror-related offenses. Read more, here, about Alamoudi – who set up the troubling U.S. military Muslim chaplain infrastructure and recruiting process (to ensure wahabbi-trained Muslims could infiltrate the military). Grab a snack/drink and watch.The tactics used


15 17 years ago are the same tactics used today. Deflect questions, ignore evidence, provide cover for the Islamist threat, blame the messenger for the words and actions of Muslims, blame Israel, dominant the discussion and waste time with irrelevant chatter, portray Muslims as victims in the wake of Americans being killed by Muslims, and so on.
No politician, young or old, has any excuse – this issue has been known for at least 15 years, yet still has been ignored, if not aided, by most in office.

New York Times: It Started When Israel Fired Back

August 21, 2011
Why is it that the New York Times still cannot distinguish the moral differences between Palestinian terror and Israeli measures to defend its citizens?Take a look at this headline and accompanying photo from the NY Times’ August 20 story: Why did the NY Times purposely choose an emotive image of a Palestinian child’s funeral? Particularly as Israel was also burying its dead as a result of a terror attack. This sort of misplaced moral equivalence is typical of the NY Times which also states (emphasis added): Israel blamed The Popular Resistance Committees for Thursday’s attack and killed its top commanders in an airstrike later that day, igniting cross-border exchanges after months of relative quiet under an informal cease-fire with Hamas. So who exactly “ignited” the violence? According to the NY Times it wasn’t those who carried out Thursday’s terror attack but Israel for responding. In addition, the term “cross-border exchanges” implies, once again, some sort of moral equivalence between Palestinian rocket attacks on Israeli civilian targets and Israeli responses.

…ToraDock: ‘Thanks to Charles Atlas, you’ll never kick sand in my face again!’…

…Also yesterday the BBC failed to mention 80 missiles shot at Israeli civilians. PBS brought out some token Jew from Bloomberg to say that all had been quiet this year. Dutch National TV also did something like this.When they report the effect of any retaliation we don’t have to trust them either. The danger is when we believe them. Not a bad thing when they lie like that. it kills their credibility. The good thing about media when it gets imbalanced is they lose credibility to convince real liberal Jews. Our biggest threat is ourselves. Send your considered comments to the New York Times – letters@nytimes.com – remembering to include your address and phone number if you want it to be published.Honest Reporting