Archive for 12 Dec 2006

Students ‘Love’ Cop Killer Honored at New York College

A handful of campus groups at the City College of New York commended the school for allowing them to work in the name of domestic “terrorist” Assata Shakur, now believed to be hiding in Cuba.

“We know that many Black people that fought for better conditions in the 70’s were framed,” the groups said in a statement released to FOXNews.com. “We consider Assata Shakur to be one of the people who were wrongfully and purposefully framed for her activities.

“And we consider her a hero and role model for standing up for our people and putting her life on the line.”

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Students ‘Love’ Cop Killer Honored at New York College

A handful of campus groups at the City College of New York commended the school for allowing them to work in the name of domestic “terrorist” Assata Shakur, now believed to be hiding in Cuba.

“We know that many Black people that fought for better conditions in the 70’s were framed,” the groups said in a statement released to FOXNews.com. “We consider Assata Shakur to be one of the people who were wrongfully and purposefully framed for her activities.

“And we consider her a hero and role model for standing up for our people and putting her life on the line.”

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The “flying imams” are linked to terrorism.
Who’d have thunk it?

Katherine Kersten, Star Tribune
Last update: December 11, 2006 – 10:00 AM

The grounded imams incident at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International
Airport has been a public relations coup for the imams, their
supporters and their claims that the group’s only suspicious activity
was saying evening prayers.

US
Airways continues to defend its crew’s decision to pull the imams off a
plane last month, saying they took the seating configuration used by
9/11 hijackers, requested seat-belt extensions that could be used as
weapons and otherwise raised concerns.

Who are the parties involved here, who seem so interested in linking airport security with racial bigotry?

The
Council on American-Islamic Relations, the imams’ legal representative,
is an organization that “we know has ties to terrorism,” Sen. Charles
Schumer, D-N.Y., said in 2003. And the Muslim American Society, which
is also supporting the imams? It’s the American arm of the Muslim
Brotherhood, according to the Chicago Tribune, which called it “the
world’s most influential Islamic fundamentalist group.”

How
about Omar Shahin, the imams’ spokesman and also president of the North
American Imams Federation? He is a native of Jordan, who says he became
a U.S. citizen in 2003. From 2000 to 2003, Shahin served as president
of Islamic Center of Tucson (ICT), that city’s largest mosque.

Yep, racial profiling.
I like US Airways. The anti-terrorist airline!

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