The real Arab and Muslim “revolution” is a virtual one. Can the Internet speed things along?
Repeating Early Praise for the Ayatollah Khomeini in 1979,The New York Times Extols The Muslim Brotherhood As A “Mainstream,” “Venerable” Group
Noam Chomsky is a linguist and political philosopher of dubious repute, who remains, in spite of his errors and failed predictions, the Left’s “rabbi, our preacher, our rinpoche, our sensei.”
Today at CounterContempt (I site I only discovered this morning), David Stein announced the release of letters he says shed harsh light on one of Chomsky’s most troubling associations: his literary relationship with a Holocaust denier.
Tariq Ramadan, grandson of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hasan Al-Banna and supporter of terrorism, is employing the use of his forked tongue in an article at the Huffington Post to make the case for participation of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt’s political process. Is this Arianna Huffington’s idea of passing on family values?
If so, may God help us.