July 11, 2007, - 11:15 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Just what kind of halal Kool-Aid did Iranian agent/Hezbollah supporter Imam Husham Al-Husainy serve Department of Homeland Security chief Michael “Serpenthead” Chertoff, yesterday, at the Karbalaa Islamic Education Center mosque, yesterday? In addition to Al-Husainy, Chertoff also met with and feted Iranian agent (and Ayatollah Khomeini disciple) Imam Mohammed Ali Elahi and assorted other extremist Muslims. (U.S. Attorney Stephen Murphy III a/k/a “Abu Porno”–a Bush Court of Appeals nominee–was also in fawning attendance for the jihad-butt-kissing party, as well.)
After that meeting, his speech to the NAACP national convention was a lecture to Black America urging them to “respect the rights of Muslim Americans.” Since he’d just arrived from meeting with and sanctioning a group of prominent American Muslims who openly support jihad, including HAMAS, Hezbollah, and sundry other terrorist groups, what Chertoff really meant was “respect the rights of Muslim Americans who support jihad.” He didn’t distinguish between them when he pandered to them, nor did he in his NAACP speech, right after.
Chertoff instructed Black Americans to “say no to tyranny, no to oppression, and no to slavery.” But, in fact, he’d just come from that meeting with the Muslim imams and other extremist leaders who openly endorse Iranian tyranny (two are agents of Iran), support Islamic oppression worldwide (including oppression of many Black women who are forced into genital mutilation and arranged marriages), and say “YES” to slavery, gang-rape, and torture of Black women in Sudan.
This is an incredible insult to Black America. They are already against tyranny, oppression, and slavery. And they don’t perpetrate any of these on Muslims. On the other hand, Muslims–with the support of the American Muslim leaders with whom Chertoff met–support tyranny, oppression, and slavery of Blacks and Whites all over the world. How can Chertoff lecture to Black Americans to denounce these things when he is silent on while those behaviors are espoused by American Muslims? Why didn’t he deliver his speech to the Muslims with whom he met?
In the same speech, while recounting the heroic efforts of Black Americans in the Coast Guard throughout U.S. history, he instructed Blacks not to “turn our backs on the rights of Muslim Americans” and compared the Black struggle with the Muslim struggle:
(We’ve) fought too long and too hard for the rights of African Americans to turn our backs on the rights of Muslim Americans.
To my many Black readers, please answer a few questions for me:
* Do you really believe that your struggle is the same as Muslims’ struggle? Do you compare slavery of Blacks with Muslims’ centuries-old and continued modern day enslavement of Blacks all over the world?
* Do you believe that oppression of Blacks in America was the same as trying to stop (which America, sadly, is not) Muslims who actively support jihad being able to do so, today, almost 6 years after their co-religionists murdered 3,000 Americans?
* Is your struggle the same as the Muslim imams that Chertoff met with who support Iran and Hezbollah’s murder of 300 American marines and civilians, Hezbollah’s bombing of the Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, and Hezbollah’s bomb-making for Al-Qaeda terrorists in Iraq to murder our troops?
* Is this your struggle? Do you really believe it is your specific duty as Black Americans to fight for the “rights” of these people to continue to help jihad on other–AND our own–shores?
Meanwhile, earlier in the day in Chicago, Chertoff predicted “dire consequences” unless border crossings are tightened with stricter document regulation.
Uh, who has been in charge of that for the last 2.5 years and done nothing about it? Looks like the person doing the “warning” needs to tell it to his mirror.
Maybe if Chertoff spent a little time focusing on tightening document regulation–instead of meeting extremist Muslims who help and support Hezbollah and the Government of Iran–we would get somewhere.
And, by the way, he can’t even get his stories straight. During his last trip to Detroit, Chertoff pledged to RELAX rules regarding passports for trips between Canada and the U.S., decreeing that he would waive the passport rule for all of those aged 21 and below. So much for “tightening” border crossings with “stricter” document regulation.
“Chertoff, You’re Doin’ a Heckuva Job.”
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