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noor-and-mahboob-alonethumbnail1.pngThe “Karachi Kids” film about American Muslim boys being transformed into Taliban robots by intrepid filmaker Inram Raza has caught fire. This IBD editorial poses questions that we have raised in frequents posts after the return of the two Atlanta boys, Noor and Mahboo Kahn who were recruited by a xenophobic Pakistan Deobandi Mufti Mohammad Naeem. We questioned why his Jamia Binoria Madrassa has an office in New York and why he enters the US on an H-1 visa as a ‘cleric’ to get American Pakistani born parents to offer up their children to this fire breathing death cult, only to have them transformed into terrorist wannabes.

Witness these comments from the IBD editorial:

    The pupils, some as young as 8, spend years locked inside these cults reciting the Muslim holy book for hours on end. They learn “Islam, only Islam,” the mufti says.

    An English translation of his school’s mission statement reveals its goal is to send Western students back to their home countries to spread extremism. “The outgoing scholars of the Jamia are fighting a crusade against infidels and pagans,” Naeem states.

    Astonishingly, the U.S. has the most enrollees at the nine madrassas run by Jamia Binoria of any country outside Pakistan.

    The outrage raises a number of questions, including:

    Why has Naeem’s U.S. visa been renewed each year? For that matter, why isn’t he on the no-fly list? Why aren’t we demanding Islamabad stop renewing the visas of American students to his madrassas? What share, if any, of the billions in U.S. aid to Islamabad is used to support these madrassas? Who is monitoring these radicalized graduates as they return to America to preach or partake in jihad?


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atomic-bomb-blast.jpgPaul Weyrich in this article is articulating the underground speculations that Al Qaeda had purchased several suitcase sized nuclear devices from corrupt Russian military sources in central Asia and has secreted them into the US for a series of “Hiroshimas”. He also has raised the specter of an Iranian Electronic Magnetic Pulse (EMP) low yield nuclear explosion in a position off the east coast using a Scud missile launched from a container ship or freighter. He and Congressional EMP Commission head William Graham has recently articulated what that could do to the US-destroy our military and industrial infrastructure and power grid resulting in an economic cost of an estimated $770 billion converting this country into an instant ‘destroyed nation’.

Ken Timmerman’s scenario in his novel “Honor Killing” is an even more plausible scenario. The Iranian Revolutionary Guard under tight security load a miniaturized nuclear device onto to freighter at the Port of Bandar Abbas bound for South Africa to pick up armored vehicles that then get shipped to port of Maracaibo in Venezuela and hence to another vessel that offloads the device onto a mini sub off Chesapeake Bay. Then, a sleeper cell and technical experts preoare the device to be loaded onto a pizza truck for ultimate detonation during a Washington DC Fourth of July celebration. The page turner thriller culminates in a chase by FBI and Nuclear Scientists to track down the sleeper cell, shoot out some of the Iranians and Palestinians in the sleeper cell and disarm the device. The urban legend is that the scenario was modeled after an alleged event that occurred during the 2004 Democratic convention in Manhattan. No one is talking, but the technical bits and pieces in Timmerman’s book look too plausible for comfort.


by Jerry Gordon, The Iconoclast, July 17, 2008

lieberman-picture.gifA few days ago we posted a comment on the introduction by Senators Lieberman, Collins and Cantwell of federal legislation to rein in the speculative energy commodities trading that has fueled the oil bubble: S 3248, the Commodity Speculation Reform Act of 2008. Last week propelled by rumors of Middle East preparation for a possible Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities and a terrorist attack on oil facilities in the gulf of Niger, the price of a barrel of crude oil had spiked to more than $147.00. We pondered whether the oil bubble had finally peaked.

Then, this week, almost audibly, the air began to seep out of the oil bubble. The world media credits it to drops in demand in the US and the adverse rumblings by Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke before Congress about worsening stagflation reflected in the ramp up of wholesale prices in June coupled with airlines and refineries balking at purchasing oil futures contracts at $150. The result was the 10 % reduction in the benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures prices in NYMEX trading by more than $15.00 over the past three trading days to close at $129.29 a barrel today.

Yesterday, Harry Reid US Senate Majority leader introduced a bill, S3268 - Stop Excessive Energy Speculation Act that incorporated many of the provisions in Senator Lieberman’s proposal, with which we concurred. As noted in an email from Senator Lieberman staff:

The legislation captures the essential concepts laid out in S. 3248, the Commodity Speculation Reform Act of 2008 introduced by Senators Lieberman, Collins, and Cantwell last week. It includes broad-based speculative position limits that apply to commodity holdings wherever they are, and directs the CFTC to apply specific criteria to eliminate excessive speculation.
Is this a mere coincidence that the oil bubble is deflating now that Congress has finally ramped up pressure on speculative energy trading in the commodity markets? We don’t know. However, volatility over the last week bespeaks of the beginnings of a possible energy market slide. Is this perhaps a reflection of underlying economic realities. If the Independent Senator from Connecticut hadn’t taken the lead on reforming energy futures speculation by institutional investors, threatened to close the Swaps loophole, demanded daily reporting of OTC and overseas markets trading , and bucked up the CFTC to exercise its regulatory responsibility, that hissing noise on the trading floors of NYMEX might not have been heard, today.

July 17th, 2008 at 9:42 • Jerry GordonSenator Lieb

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islamic-saudi-academy.jpgCal Thomas, is the first nationally syndicated columnist to spread the word about the calumnies going on at the Islamic Saudi Academy (ISA) in Fairfax County, Virginia. That’s more than the mainstream media has done with the possible exception of the Washington Post. Even there, The Postoes report it as local news. It’s not. Two days ago, the Hudson Institute released its second saudi text report. The bad news is that nothing had changed from their first report in 2006. More of the same old incitement to hate and violence towards us, apostates and shunning of fellow Muslims.

This preaching of hate as Thomas points outs is a multi-billion dollar project of pure unadulterated Wahhabi ‘da’wa or preaching of this noxious doctrine.

    The Center for Islamic Pluralism (, a Web site that bills itself as a voice of moderate Islam, quotes David D. Aufhauser, a former Treasury Department general counsel, who told a Senate committee four years ago that estimates of Saudi spending on these schools worldwide are “north of $75 billion.” The Center says that the money financed construction of thousands of mosques, schools and Islamic centers, the employment of at least 9,000 proselytizers and the printing of millions of books of religious instruction.

The ISA is simply the tip of the iceberg in a world wide Saudi effort to embolden Jihadis to kill us.

by Cal Thomas,, July 17, 2008

Despite a report by the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom that the Islamic Saudi Academy in Alexandria, Va., has continued to use textbooks that teach hatred of everyone not of their specific brand of faith, the U.S. State Department has yet to act to close down the school. Officials of the academy, which has about 1,000 students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12, promised to excise passages in the textbooks that disparage Jews and Christians, but according to an examination by The Washington Post for the 2006-2007 school year, though “much of the controversial material had been removed, at least one book still contained passages that extolled jihad and martyrdom, called for victory over one’s enemies and said the killing of adulterers and apostates was ‘justified.’”

Once again, Islamic Saudi Academy officials have promised to clean up the text.

There are at least two questions that should be asked. One: are they telling us the truth this time? Probably not. Two: why do we allow such schools in our country when nothing close to a Christian, Jewish or even secular school would be permitted in Saudi Arabia, whose government specifically treats as contraband any religious text other than the Koran and prohibits even private worship of any God but Allah?

Unfortunately, such schools and hate material are not limited to the United States. According to Andrew Cochran, writing on the blog, “it appears to be more of a systemic effort by numerous Muslim educators worldwide to brainwash their children. Textbooks used in Iran refer to the United States as the ‘Great Satan’ and to Israel as ‘the regime that occupies Jerusalem,’ according to a study released in February by the Center for Monitoring the Impact of Peace.” In a separate statement, the co-authors write, “The books reveal an uncompromisingly hostile attitude towards the West, especially the United States and Israel. In fact, the curriculum’s declared goal is to prepare the students for a global struggle against the West which bears alarming Messianic-like features to the point of self-destruction.”

This isn’t the first time the Saudis have been discovered brainwashing Muslim youth, writes Cochran: “Last year, Freedom House’s Center for Religious Freedom released a report analyzing Saudi Ministry of Education textbooks in use for elementary and secondary students. The authors found that the books “(c)ommand Muslims to ‘hate’ Christians, Jews, ‘polytheists’ and other ‘unbelievers,’ including non-Wahhabi Muslims, though, incongruously, not to treat them ‘unjustly’ … teach that ‘Jews and the Christians are enemies of the (Muslim) believers’ and that ‘the clash’ between the two realms is perpetual” and “instruct that ‘fighting between Muslims and Jews will continue until Judgment Day, and that the Muslims are promised victory over the Jews in the end.”

The Center for Islamic Pluralism (, a Web site that bills itself as a voice of moderate Islam, quotes David D. Aufhauser, a former Treasury Department general counsel, who told a Senate committee four years ago that estimates of Saudi spending on these schools worldwide are “north of $75 billion.” The Center says that the money financed construction of thousands of mosques, schools and Islamic centers, the employment of at least 9,000 proselytizers and the printing of millions of books of religious instruction. (Continue Reading this Article)


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