Archive | November 29, 2012

Egypt’s Morsi attempts Planet of the Apes metaphor during interview with TIME Magazine

During an interview with Time Magazine, Egypt’s new Muslim Brotherhood president – Mohamed Morsi – made a somewhat cryptic reference to the 1968 movie version of Planet of the Apes. As a member of the Ikhwan, Morsi is quite familiar with whom the Qur’an considers to be apes – the Jews. Via ROP: Verse 5:60 […]

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Theodore Shoebat On VCY America

Theodore Shoebat interviews with Jim Schneider of VCY America CLICK HERE TO LISTEN The world was told that the Arab Spring was all about ushering in liberty and democracy. What Theodore Shoebat has found out is that the majority of the Egyptian people want Sharia law and the only entity that can stop its enforcement […]

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Infiltration: Rep. Louie Gohmert says a ‘bunch of Muslim Brotherhood members’ giving Obama administration ‘advice’

In a radio interview with Frank Gaffney, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), one of the five congressmen who sent five letters to five separate Inspectors General last June over concerns about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration, expressed that the Obama administration’s decisions relative to the ‘Arab Spring’ were ‘horrendous’. Gohmert went on to say that the only way […]

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New York Times Interview with Innocence of Muslims filmmaker raises question about YouTube channel

There was an interesting tidbit found toward the end of a 6-page article written by Serge Kovaleski and Brooks Barnes of the New York Times – in which the two reporters revealed the contents of their interview with Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the man behind the Innocence of Muslims video. Until now, it was only assumed […]

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Video: State Department spokesman has trouble answering question about U.S. embassy’s authority to kill Anwar Al-Awlaki

It’s quite safe to say that State Department spokesman Victoria Nuland would much rather prefer giving a press conference at which AP reporter Matthew Lee’s chair was empty. Such a scenario was not to be on November 28th and the looks Nuland gives while dealing with Lee’s questions practically portray physical discomfort. At issue… About […]

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Republican Senator raises great question about Susan Rice’s role at State during Kenya / Tanzania bombings

One of the common refrains we hear from people who are rightfully outraged by what happened in Benghazi is that we must find out what happened so that it doesn’t happen again. That leads to a question about U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice’s time as a State Department employee in charge of the African region during […]

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