June 9, 2005, - 12:36 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Four Andy Warhol wannabes are portraying Islamic terrorist Ibrahim Parlak as a “Hero of Freedom,” in their twisted new works of “art.” PUH-LEEZE. This is no hero of freedom. Parlak is a terrorist, despite what the liberal glitterati, like film critic Roger Ebert may say in favor of him and against me in his film reviews. He was released only because he lucked out and drew ultra-liberal Jimmy Carter appointee, Judge Avern Cohn, to review his case. Cohn loves to reverse deportations of illegal immigrants (who paid off INS inspectors) and convinced a university not to drop its joint medical program with terror-host state, Syria. (“Stupid Judges & the Terrorists Who Love Them.”) And where was the balance on last night’s gushing Ted Koppel interview on “Nightline”? Only Parlak was interviewed (no-one from Immigration and Customs Enforcement), and Koppel lobbed plenty of softball questions his way. Not to mention, the sob-story background report by reporter Judy Muller – complete with Parlak’s gaggle of aging, sagging, Sixties liberal supporters. Next, look for Parlak to be on Oprah, where the hostess’ Islamic terrorist sympathies are evident, and where Ebert’s wife is a producer.
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