NEW JULY 9, 2010 CHAIRMAN'S REPORT NOW ONLINE- The July 9, 2010 Chairman's Report is now available online. This issue contains: Barack Obama and Saudi sponsored hate speech. The Administration's switch to "freedom of worship" and what that means. Also, the story of Mosab Hassan Yousef - Why did Obama want to send this hero to a certain death? Also Supreme Court decision that hurt religious freedom, and more on Moroccan treatment of Christians. Click here for PDF version
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NO COMMENT ON STONING - President Barack Obama and his spokesman Robert Gibbs have a lot to say about almost everything, except atrocities and tortures in Islamic nations. In Iran, women are stoned to death for adultery and other offenses even if there is no evidence other than the hunch of their husbands who may just want to get rid of them. An Azerbaijani mother, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, who confessed to adultery after receiving 99 lashes in public with a whip, has been sentenced to be stoned to death in June, in Iran. She will be buried up to her neck in a hole and then stoned. Iranian law states that no one stone can be large enough to kill her; that way she may suffer longer before death. Apparently Barack Obama has no problem with Sharia law.
His pick for the Supreme Court, Elena Kagan, accepted money from the Saudi Royal family to create a Center for "Islamic Studies and Sharia Law" at Harvard University while she was the Dean of the Law School. Because the Center is funded by Muslims, only a positive spin is put on Sharia law at Harvard. The Obama Administration has refused to utter even one word against stoning deaths in Muslim nations. The Religious Freedom Coalition is working with other American and European groups to embarrass the Iranian government in the world media and have Ashtiani released.
THE MEDIA AND REALITY - The story I led with in the Presidency section about NASA being tasked with Muslim outreach was on the Fox News Internet site for days. It was carried by many conservative bloggers and was on Fox News TV broadcasts. The NASA Muslim outreach was not mentioned even once on ABC, CBS or NBC news. Meanwhile over at CNN, their editor for Middle Eastern affairs was fired after she showed her blatant bias for Islamic terrorists by mourning the death of a terrorist leader publicly. I seriously doubt CNN would have fired the editor, Octavia Nasr, had not Fox News exposed her public sympathy for the terrorist leader Sayyed Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah.
MIDDLE EAST MISSION REPORT - The current Chairman's Report contains information on the Religious Freedom Coalition's June mission trip to the Middle East. Click here to read.