We also ascertained from our contact in the Canadian Peel Police that Eiad was also involved with someone with a last name “Tanas” and Nakoula had used the name “Thomas J. Tanas.”
Both clans “Nakoula” and “Tanas” exist in Eiad’s village in Beit Sahour, Bethlehem. It is still the little town of Bethlehem as it was in biblical times.
Now let’s examine his motives.
I obtained the Sawa radio interview in Arabic of this supposed Nakoula. He was asked, “What is your position on the Jewish and the Christian faiths?” Nakoula responded, “I have no calling for these religions.” He continued to state that he was an author of several anti-Islam books (written in Arabic) refusing to give the titles of his books.
Yet, if court documents give his legal name as Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, I found no books under that name. Nothing. And neither was anyone able to produce any.
The media’s narrative has nothing, and this supposed Nakoula was proven a liar a hundred times over.
Yet the media purports that the man is a Christian activist Copt. All this man’s claims were proven lies, except this one is believed?
Even what his friend stated to the court — that Nakoula is “a God-fearing man whose first priority is his family” — contradicts what he said in Arabic; he is not interested in Christianity or Judaism and is possibly a Muslim.
So who funded the film? Nakoula claimed that he produced the film with money ($50,000 to $60,000) that came from his wife’s family in Egypt.
None of this has been proven.
What has been proven is that he embezzled millions with Eiad. The money must have come from these scandalous operations, which our government finally admitted is linked to terrorist activity.
Whoever made this film claimed Jews funded him and that he was a Copt, and obviously intended to do harm to his real enemies—Israel and the Copts.
Both Copts and Israel are Eiad’s ardent enemies.
Now to prove beyond a shadow of doubt that the feds were complicit: the Justice Department lawyers and federal agents, despite Nakoula’s two previous offenses, defended Nakoula and gave several excuses to Judge Snyder and pushed for leniency, all because he supposedly promised to help them catch Eiad:
[H]e [Nakoula] has implicated Mr. Salamay [aka Salameh] there is no question that Mr. Salamay at some point is gonna be indicted if he hasn’t already been… we all know what’s gonna happen. Salamay is gonna get arrested some day and based on the debriefing information turned over he is gonna enter a guilty plea, or if he doesn’t, then Mr. Nakoula is going to be called in to testify…” [see sentencing transcript].
If the feds were indeed looking to catch Eiad, he had in fact been doing his shenanigans for three decades, warrants were issued, his location was known and no arrests were ever made, in thirty some years.
The evidence compounds. Eiad was not, however, immune in Canada and was finally caught and locked up there in January 2011. We have emails from the Canadian Peel Police who wrote us. The Canadians wanted to keep Eiad in custody as long as it took to extradite him to the United States, yet the U.S. refused for seven months to take him and preferred to fly him to Palestine.
On July 15th, 2011, the Canadians wrote me: “He is awaiting deportation to Palestine, unless the US hurry up and indict him…” The feds never responded to the Canadian’s last appeal and within a few days, Eiad was sent to Palestine.
I realize that people might try to shoot holes in what we are saying, yet, the media has very little evidence to prove its narrative, while we present many validated facts.
The results of this entire fiasco will not be the apprehension of terrorists, but the continual chipping away at the First Amendment.
Unfortunately, many Americans still practice self-blame. The film was made in the U.S., a nation that is not used to schemes like Muhammad Al Dura or what was shown in Paliwood.
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