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Originally posted by BO XIAN
I have found Michelle Malkin to be very valiant in terms of DENYING IGNORANCE; DENYING LIES; DENYING the NWO a free pass regarding it's BS.
The type of news and political organizations she works for are typically extreme right-wing organizations who preach racism, xenophobia, and white superiority. In countless articles written for them, Michelle typically bashes and encourages racism against Muslims, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, and especially immigrants. Source:www.onepeoplesproject.com...
Thankfully, she's very much more interested in THE TRUTH wherever the chips may lie . . . than in PC hogwash.
Mr. Muller is Ward Professor, University of North Carolina School of Law. He is a member of the Historians' Committee for Fairness, an organization of scholars and professional researchers, which charges that Michelle Malkin's book, In Defense of Internment, represents "a blatant violation of professional standards of objectivity and fairness."Source: hnn.us...
She argues instead that the desert imprisonment of virtually all of the West Coast's Japanese-American men, women, and children for three years was the right thing to do. As the Presidential Commission on the Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians said in its 1981 report to Congress, "The broad historical causes which shaped [the decisions to relocate and detain Japanese Americans] were race prejudice, war hysteria, and a failure of political leadership." Source: www.reason.com...
She's also not at all racist herself nor are the bulk of her patriotic conservative fans. She is rather ruthless about the truth. That offends a lot of sensibilities.
See, Malkin, a conservative columnist, blogger and Fox News contributor, has some affiliations of her own, skeletons like VDARE.com. Named for Virginia Dare, the first white person born in the New World, the site has been named by the anti-racist Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group. And for good reason: the site is dedicated to pushing the kind of pseudo-science the Nazis could have only dreamed of using to support their racial fantasies. Malkin's ties to the site are legion: it regularly prints her column, while she employs one of its writers. Source:www.huffingtonpost.com...
Whats happened to all the other suspects thru the years? We have them on a daily basis it seems....where are the follow ups? Where are those SUSPECTS?????
Originally posted by esdad71
Bottom line is, if this were nothing, those boys would be home. Instead, they are in solitary confinement. I don't care what your background is, if these kids were white, black or greys they woud be treated the same way.
Something is wrong here, and the US knows it, and I would venture to say that it is part of a bigger investigation. Funny how this story has gotten so quiet.
At least 60 young Israeli Jews have been arrested and detained around the country on immigration charges since the Sept. 11 attacks, many of them held on U.S. government officials' invocation of national security.
The investigations of the Israelis working at malls is separate from another case of detained Israelis, in New York. On Sept. 11, five young Israeli army veterans who worked for a moving company were observed at a park on the Hudson River in New Jersey snapping photographs of the burning World Trade Center and seemingly clowning around. To complicate matters, when authorities arrested them they had box-cutters in their moving van, the types of weapons used by the terrorist hijackers. Two other Israelis working for the same firm were arrested later.
Officials found they all had overstayed their visas, and they were held in a federal jail in Brooklyn until this week, when they began to be returned to their homes in Israel.
Two Israelis driving a moving van were arrested in Tennessee last Saturday after leading police on a high-speed chase, marking at least the third time since 9/11 that Israelis in moving vans suspected of espionage in the U.S. have been taken into custody.
Authorities in the United States have arrested and deported dozens of young Israelis since early last year who represented themselves as art students in efforts to gain access to sensitive federal office buildings and the homes of government employees, US officials said. A draft report from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), which first characterized the activities as suspicious said the youths' actions "may well be an organized intelligence-gathering activity." Immigration officials deported them for visa violations; however no criminal espionage charges have been filed.
Two Israelis who were arrested on 15 April on suspicion of starting a fire on board a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines aircraft have been released without charge.
The leader of the two Israelis arrested after leading police on a high speed chase in a moving van last Saturday in rural Tennessee is the son of the spokesman for the Likud Party of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon...
News that one of the two Israeli 'movers' belonged to that country's political elite might have proven useful in the criminal investigation underway in rural North Carolina and Tennessee, where the two men led authorities on a high-speed chase in a rented moving van last weekend.
However, the investigation was halted Wednesday, after the men were released from Unicol County Jail to the custody of federal officials from the INS, where they face only a deportation hearing
JERUSALEM (CNN) -- An Israeli teen-ager accused of infiltrating the Pentagon computer system and others in Israel is "damn good ... and very dangerous," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday.
Asked by reporters what he thought about Tenebaum, Netanyahu smiled and answered "damn good." Then, after a brief hesitation he added, "and very dangerous."
two men posing as press photographers, one of them a former Israeli Colonel and Mossad agent, were arrested INSIDE the Mexican congress on October 10, 2001 armed with
9-mm pistols, nine grenades, explosives, three detonators, and 58 bullets, but were released following intense pressure from the Israeli Embassy
Aug 30, 2007
TAMPA - A federal grand jury in Tampa is asking for DNA and hair samples from a University of South Florida student jailed four weeks ago in South Carolina on explosives charges, his attorney said.
Andrew Savage (Attorney for Megahed) said in a phone interview Wednesday night that he had no indication why the samples were being sought from his client, Youssef Megahed.
The news came as the grand jury heard testimony Wednesday from people who have connections to Megahed and Ahmed Mohamed, another USF student arrested at the same time.
Federal court records show that Salhab leased the house in the early 1990s to World and Islam Studies Enterprise, a think tank run by Sami Al-Arian, the former USF professor accused of funding Palestinian terrorist organizations.
Elvington said she represented one of the Salhabs but did not specify which one. She formerly represented Ghassan Ballut, one of Al-Arian's co-defendants, on terrorism-related charges. Ballut was cleared after a trial in which jurors deadlocked on some charges against Al-Arian and acquitted him on others.
Also appearing before the grand jury Wednesday was Ahmed Bedier, who has been a spokesman for the Megahed family. Bedier is executive director of the Tampa chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations and a frequent media spokesman for Muslims and Islamic causes.
He was accompanied by attorney Lyann Goudie and appeared to be in the grand jury area for about an hour.
Bedier declined to answer questions about his testimony, saying he wanted to check with the national headquarters of CAIR about what he was allowed to say.
Originally posted by esdad71
Look into CAIR, USF and the Center for Islamic Thinking in Tampa. Large Mulsim population with known terror ties/funding.
Actually if you REALLY look into it the aledged "known terrorist ties" of the Center of Islamic Thinking is one more of the bush administrations claims that start collapsing under closer scrutiny.
What it comes down to is whether they knew one of the groups they were giving money to had (or did not have) terrorist connections. It really is a classic he said/she said kind of thing. Hardly grounds for the big production the bushies made it into. Like so many others. People went down so it would look like bush minor was standing tall.