March 6, 2006, - 11:25 am

The Arrogance of Dubai Ports CEO: “Deal is GOING THROUGH”

By Debbie Schlussel
Remember all those BS news stories about how the “gracious,” “understanding,” add-your-generous-adjective-here Dubai Ports World said it would hold off on its deal to run 22 of our major ports, while a 45-day review by Congress took place?
Forget those. They were pure fertilizer. As is, apparently, the “review,” at least in the eyes of DP World. Read the words of DP World’s arrogant CEO, Mohammed Sharaf, on Sunday’s “Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer” on CNN, as reported in today’s Wall Street Journal:

As far as we are concerned the deal is going to go through. The matter is basically waiting for the money to be transferred to the investors.

Again, there is supposed to be a 45-day review. But this man is sticking his finger in the eyes of the bipartisan opposition in Congress, essentially saying the review is a mere rubber stamp. Is it? An Islamist Sheikh superceding American sovereignty and Congressional review? Huh?

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“Sayed” Mohammed Sharaf: DP World’s Arrogant CEO = Master of US Ports?

Sharaf has managed the Jeddah “Islamic” Port in Saudi Arabia. Big comfort. By the way, Sharaf’s full name is Sayed Mohammed Sharaf.” Sayed or Syed means “master,” which means he’s been schooled for years in radical Islamic religious thought (as in “Sayed” Muqtada Al-Sadr).
Does this sound like someone you want running your ports? . . .

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I suggest you print his picture with a sign over it “Mohammed”. It is true and lets see what happens in Nigera when you let them know what blasphemy you did!

Libcon on March 6, 2006 at 2:39 pm

Jihad is not by sword alone. Money, business, treaties, immigration,taqiyya, kitman, etc. – it’s in the Koran.
The other bidder, a Singapore company, dropped out because they couldn’t make the numbers work, i.e., not enough return, but not DPW. They are looking for the much bigger prize that has nothing to do with some measly ports. This is what probably disturbs me most by the Bush administration – that there is not one advisor who could explain the grand strategy of Islam, and that the Arab states, by their oil wealth, see as their destiny, to conquer dar al-harb. Not one advisor that can explain how this port purchase fits into the plan. Not so much that DPW’s owners and mgmt. will collude to bring in terrorists and/or weapons, but it is part of sending slender fingers of webbing throughout as much of the USA’s infrastructure and commercial enterprise, especially media. Not one advisor who has presented this theory? Nope, not one. Bush’s actions betray that fact.

John Sobieski on March 6, 2006 at 2:55 pm

“By the way, Sharaf’s full name is “Sayed Mohammed Sharaf.” Sayed or Syed means “master,” which means he’s been schooled for years in radical Islamic religious thought (as in “Sayed” Muqtada Al-Sadr”
Syed means one who is a descendent of Muhammad. Of course there cannot be millions of descendents of Muhammad who are carrying his name as Muhammad himself had no surviving sons. But thats what the name Syed means anyway.
If possible, can you please link to your source for this interpretation of Syed as a name.
YOU ARE RIGHT, BUT SO AM I. WHILE BESTOWED ON DESCENDANTS OF MOHAMMED, IT MEANS “MASTER” AND IS ALSO A RELIGIOUS TITLE EARNED THROUGH THROUGH YEARS OF STUDY BY PEOPLE WHO CAN DOCUMENT NO RELATION TO MOHAMMED.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

lawman on March 6, 2006 at 3:56 pm

“IT MEANS “MASTER” AND IS ALSO A RELIGIOUS TITLE EARNED THROUGH THROUGH YEARS OF STUDY BY PEOPLE WHO CAN DOCUMENT NO RELATION TO MOHAMMED”
Interesting. I did not know that. I guess I am not a Syed by either definition.

lawman on March 6, 2006 at 5:43 pm

i was wonderin if dpw comes to the us then would they hire jews? and would they ensure equal opportunities for jews?
its discrimination otherwise and that aint so cool …
looks like em towel heads wont be havin fun with dpw after all

g on March 7, 2006 at 10:54 pm

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