posted on Feb, 18 2003 @ 03:35 PM
If youíve seen any coverage of the anti-war protests you were bound to see the signs being held that stated ëNot in our name.í Not too long ago
several celebrities signed the ënot in our name statementí that was published in the newspapers (including the omni-present Martin Sheen)
Anti-war ëNot in our nameí is affiliated with convicted murderers, terrorists, Castro, and radical groups. Last March members of the Revolutionary
Communist Party, All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party, among others, founded the group. (One organizer is a member of the Maoist Revolutionary
If you go to the ëNot In Our Name Statement..í website and attempt to donate money youíre paying the ëBill of Rights Foundation.í This group doesnít
have much to do with the Bill of Rights but was rather a fundraising group for Mumia Abu-Jamal. Mumia switched his finance team and the ëBill of
Rights Foundationí hooked up with ëNot in Our Name.í Mumia is of course a convicted cop killer and honary citizen of Paris.
ëNot in our nameí is allied with ëInterreligious Foundation for Community Organzationí (IFCO), which is the fiscal sponsor of the ëNational Coalition
to Protect Political Freedom.í Sounds like some wholesome groups, donít they? The latter mentioned groupís president was a one ëSami Al-Arianí who is
a University of South Florida Professor, recently suspended for sending several thousands of dollars to the Islamic Jihad terrorist organization (Sami
brought a man to Florida to help fund raise - this man is now the leader of Islamic Jihad, Abdullah Shallah)
IFCOís exec director seems to be a Castro supporter. www.geocities.com...
An interesting bunch of groups and money trail. You can protest for peace, give money to Mumia, Maoists, and organized terrorists groups all at that
same time ñ and best of all - itís tax deductible!
[Edited on 18-2-2003 by Bob88]