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A byline for Hamas? Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

It's unconscionable that The Times has given editorial credibility to terrorists.

Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper

Memo to Al Qaeda's Ayman Zawahiri: Forget the mule pack; give your video cam a rest. Our nation's leading media outlets are making an offer you can't refuse: If you can keep it to 1,250 words, the next time you want to communicate directly to the American people, the Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and New York Times want your byline.

Inconceivable? Consider Hamas' summer hot streak. Not only has it driven Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas out of Gaza, threatened Israeli civilians and bombarded fellow Palestinians, but it has scored the ultimate media trifecta. First, the New York Times and the Washington Post simultaneously ran Op-Ed articles by Ahmed Yousef, a senior leader of Hamas who defended his group's bloody putsch in Gaza. Now, the Los Angeles Times has opened its Op-Ed page to Hamas political bureau deputy Mousa Abu Marzook for his insidious take on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Posted by Southern on Wednesday, August 01, 2007 @ 14:57:41 EDT (1074 reads) 

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A comedy writer pitches his adaptation of The Times' recent Op-Ed from the Islamic Resistance Movement.

Jeff Astrof

As a professional sitcom writer in Hollywood, I am always looking for sources of humor. It might be a snippet of conversation I overhear at a coffee shop, or maybe it's something my father or 3-year-old son says. Oftentimes, I find a real-life story in a newspaper or magazine that is fraught with so much irony, the transition to sitcom seems automatic. I found such a piece in the Op-Ed pages of Tuesday's Los Angeles Times.

The piece, "Hamas' stand," written by Hamas politico Mousa Abu Marzook, contains all the elements of a good comedy. First, the premise: A terrorist organization violently opposed to Western culture uses the media of one of its sworn enemies — in May, a top Hamas official called for death to all Americans — to try to explain itself to the same Americans it wishes to kill! Move over Oscar and Felix, we have Mousa and Uncle Sam.

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Posted by Southern on Wednesday, August 01, 2007 @ 14:51:56 EDT (883 reads) 

Saudis 'undermining efforts in Iraq Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Article from: Agence France-Presse

THE US ambassador to the UN accused Saudi Arabia and other US allies in the Middle East today of undermining efforts to curb violence in Iraq.

UN envoy Zalmay Khalilzad acknowledged on CNN he was also referring to Saudi Arabia when he wrote in an opinion piece in The New York Times last week that "several of Iraq's neighbours - not only Syria and Iran but also some friends of the United States - are pursuing destabilising policies".

"Yes, well, there is no question that ... Saudi Arabia and a number of other countries are not doing all they can to help us in Iraq," Mr Khalilzad, the former US ambassador to Iraq, told the US news network.

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Posted by Southern on Sunday, July 29, 2007 @ 21:02:51 EDT (879 reads) 

America Coordinated Security with Suspected Hamas Agent Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

AARON KLEIN
 
JERUSALEM -- The director of a major Palestinian Arab security force who coordinated security directly with American officials is suspected of being an agent for the Hamas terror organization, The New York Sun has learned.

Yussef Issa, director of the Preventative Security Services, is accused by Palestinian Authority President Abbas' Fatah organization of working on behalf of Hamas, Fatah sources said. The PSS was the largest of the American-backed Fatah security forces that operated in Gaza until Hamas took over the territory last month. The force continues to operate in the West Bank and coordinated security there with America.

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Posted by Southern on Sunday, July 29, 2007 @ 20:58:34 EDT (918 reads) 

Saudi in the Classroom Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

A fundamental front in the war.

Stanley Kurtz

Unless we counteract the influence of Saudi money on the education of the young, we’re going to find it very difficult to win the war on terror. I only wish I was referring to Saudi-funded madrassas in Pakistan. Unfortunately, I’m talking about K-12 education in the United States. Believe it or not, the Saudis have figured out how to make an end-run around America’s K-12 curriculum safeguards, thereby gaining control over much of what children in the United States learn about the Middle East. While we’ve had only limited success paring back education for Islamist fundamentalism abroad, the Saudis have taken a surprising degree of control over America’s Middle-East studies curriculum at home.
 
Game, Set, Match

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Posted by Southern on Sunday, July 29, 2007 @ 20:53:11 EDT (942 reads) 

Alleged Drug Trafficker Jailed in U.S. Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...
MARK SHERMAN
 
This March 16, 2007 file photo provided by Mexico's Attorney General's office shows the largest seizure of cash in the history of drug enforcement, around US$ 207 million seized at Zhenli Ye Gon's home, a Chinese-Mexican businessman in Mexico City. Mexican federal officials said on Monday, July 23, 2007, that alleged drug trafficker Zhenli Ye Gon, who is tied to the largest seizure of drug cash in world history, has been arrested in Rockville, Maryland. He is wanted in Mexico on organized crime, drug trafficking and weapons charges and Mexican officials have requested his arrest for extradition. (AP Photo/PGR) NO ARCHIVE
»  More images WASHINGTON - A Chinese-Mexican businessman tied to what U.S. officials say was the world's largest seizure of drug cash is facing criminal charges in two countries that he trafficked in massive amounts of amphetamines destined for the United States.
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Posted by Southern on Sunday, July 29, 2007 @ 20:46:40 EDT (914 reads) 



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