Monthly Archives: August, 2010

Queen of Jihad

Thrusday, August 19, 2010 By Scott Wheeler and Buckley Carlson Speaking of Jihad, Nancy Pelosi has called for a holy war against all who oppose the mosque at Ground Zero. “There is no question there is a concerted effort to make this a political issue by some. And I join those who have called for […]

A Trojan Mosque & The Pursuit of a Muslim Settlement at Ground Zero

Tuesday, August 3, 2010
By Scott Wheeler and Buckley Carlson

Imam Feisal Adbul Rauf and his wife, Daisy Khan, the two halves of the public – and outwardly, “peaceful” – face of the Ground Zero Mosque effort, have proved themselves extremely competent practitioners of modern day media interaction; soft-spoken and articulate, they are faithfully “on-message” with their aspirations to help “bridge” the cultural divide, and to be regarded as the “anti-terrorists.”

Rauf and Kahn are nimble, and seemingly non-threatening. They are also the lucky beneficiaries of a compliant and un-inquisitive media.

For who can honestly begrudge Rauf and Kahn their inability to reconcile Rauf’s post-911 assertion that America was an “accessory” to the terrorist slaughter of 3,000 of her own; their refusal to disclose the sources of the $100 Million they are raising; or their malleable condemnation of “terrorism?” And is their apparent condemnation of terrorism conditional, such as it is with many who identify with political Islam? Also, what about Rauf’s refusal to denounce the violent terrorist group Hamas as a terrorist organization?