Saturday, October 1, 2011

Report From Washington - September 30, 2011

License to kill: Has Obama crossed the Rubicon / Obama surprise: He defends Christian in Iran / Congress supports religious liberty panel / Journalism school says 9-11 comparatively not that bad / The Tax Man's Jihad / The Nashville conference / Spelling error brings blasphemy charge / More evangelicals targeted in Iran / Muslims again attack in Thailand

Terrorist Al-Awlaki CROSSING THE RUBICON - This week two very bad men, terrorists Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan, were killed by missiles fired from a CIA operated Predator drone in Yemen. Both were natural born U.S citizens, which poses a question. What safeguards exist when the man setting the guidelines is the man issuing the death warrants? The answer of course is that there are none. Because they are U.S citizens, both men should have been tried for treason in abstensia before a military tribunal. The death sentence should have then been given to the Commander in Chief to carry out. A record would then exist to justify the executions. Rather than that process, we have one single sheet of paper signed by Barack Obama saying, "Kill these guys." The lack of visible process concerns me.
SHOCKER: OBAMA DEFENDS A CHRISTIAN PASTOR - After three years of overtly supporting radical Muslims in the Middle East, President Barack Obama has finally taken a stand in support of a persecuted Christian. This week he belatedly joined other world leaders in condemning the conviction and prescribed execution of Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani who refused to renounce his faith before an Iranian Court. Read more 

USCIRF AUTHORIZATION EXTENDED - For several weeks I have been urging readers to contact Senators to urge them to pass legislation, already passed in the House, to extend the life of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). On September 28th, Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid finally relented and funding was extended. The USCIRF is a valuable tool to those promoting religious freedom because it issues official reports about the abuses of religious minorities in Communist and Islamic nations.

JOURNALISM SCHOOL: 9-11 JIHAD NOT A BIG DEAL - Professors Lawrence Pintak and Stephen Franklin, in a journalism course at Poynter Institute, said that the almost 3,000 who died in the 9-11 Jihad attack represented a small percentage of the 15,000 people murdered in America that year, and that worldwide jihad accounts for "only" one percent of murders each year, and thus jihad should be downplayed in any news story. Wow, and I thought that mass murder was always big news. Read more
THE TAX MAN'S JIHAD - Grover Norquist frequently makes the news as "the conservative" who leads the fight against higher taxes. Seldom or never is it mentioned that he also supports "open borders," that he supported the gay group "Log Cabin Republicans" joining the Conservative Action Conference (which drove away social conservatives), or that he supports the Ground Zero mosque. Now Norguist is supporting a Muslim candidate for public office in Virginia who has changed his first name from Imad Afif to David. The candidate refers to"God" and supports the Ground Zero mosque. Some who talk to him think he is a Christian, but his Middle East backers know he is a Muslim. Who is "David" Ramadan and why does Grover Norguist support him? Read more
NEW: Chairman's Report from Washington, DC for September 22, 2011. IN THIS ISSUE: New York officials try to dampen 9-11 freedom rally / William J. Murray speaks at the 9-11 rally / What is the real reason to remember the 9-11 jihad attack on America? / What Obama does not understand about the Islamists

The Constitution or Sharia: Preserving Freedom Conference will be the first national conference on sharia and the Islamization of America, and will be held in Nashville on November 11, 2011. Topics will include: Sharia and Jihad; The European Experience; The Dehumanization and Diminishment of Women in the West under Sharia; The Muslim Brotherhood in America; Sharia and Legal Action; Grassroots Organizing against Sharia and Rabats (including Mega-Mosques); Defending Liberty In Legislatures; and Fighting Islamist Propaganda in the Media  

SPELLING ERROR BRINGS BLASPHEMY CHARGE - Abbottabad (AsiaNews) - A spelling error has led to an accusation of blasphemy, and to serious consequences for a 10-year-old Christian girl and her family in Abbottabad. Faryal Bhatti, the daughter of a nurse named Sarafeen Bhatti, is a student at Colony High School, Havelian POF. On September 22, during an examination she misspelled a word in Urdu, putting the full top in the wrong place. Thus the word, referring to the prophet Muhammad, was transformed from "poem of praise" (naat) to "curse (lanaat). She has been expelled from school and her mother has lost her job as a nurse. (NOTE: This is the city in which Usama bin Laden was found and killed) Read more  
IRAN TARGETING EVANGELICALS - Iranian police have been targeting EvangelicaIism according to an AINA report: In December 2010 and January 2011, security forces arrested about 70 Christians reportedly affiliated with evangelical churches. On July 18, 2010, security forces had arrested 15 Christians in Mashad as they were leaving for a meeting with fellow members in the city of Bojnourd. Authorities rarely charge evangelical Christians with apostasy, and instead rely on more traditional charges such as "acting against the national security," "propaganda against the regime," or "insulting Islamic sanctities." Christian groups claim that authorities have arrested more than 250 Christians throughout Iran between June 2010 and February 2011. Read more
Muslim insurgents disguised as paramilitary rangers attacked troops protecting a school in southern Thailand on Wednesday, killing four soldiers and wounding two more, police said. A 6-year-old boy was shot in the stomach during the assault. A wave of violence has hit the Muslim-dominated southernmost provinces of mostly Buddhist Thailand since an Islamist insurgency erupted in 2004. Government soldiers are often designated to accompany teachers traveling to and from schools in region, as well as monks collecting alms. Read more

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