January 26, 2010, - 12:12 pm
Yesterday, I reminded you about the pan-terrorist “record” of liberal Republican Tom Campbell, a very wealthy man who is running for the U.S. Senate from California. I’ve been on the case of Campbell–an open supporter of a ton of Islamic terrorists and terrorist groups, and an avowed enemy of Israel–for years. Unfortunately, he keeps rearing his ugly head because Republicans and Jewish Republicans continue to look the other way and even promote him.
GOP U.S. Senate Candidate Tom Campbell: Loves Terrorist Al-Arian “Like a Brother”
After I posted the item, I heard from a friend, who is very much a person in the know. I can’t say more other than the person is eminently reliable and informed. This is a MUST-READ for anyone considering voting for Tom Campbell in the event he is the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Democrat Barbara Boxer.
I have just finished reading your posting on Tom Campbell.
On or about August 30, 2000, the American Muslim Association had a convention in Irvine, Ca. at a hotel. It was a three day convention (the entire weekend). I was asked to go because Sami Al-Arian was scheduled to speak at one of the panels. I went on a Friday.
Tom Campbell was the speaker at the luncheon that followed. He was introduced by Sami Al-Arian. It was a love fest. I was very surprised. I had not followed Tom Campbell’s career, but when he appeared on radio talk shows, he presented himself as a libertarian. He and Al-Arian embraced.
You may recall that Al-Arian’s brother, Mazen Al-Najar [DS: also spelled, "Al-Najjar"], was in prison because of the Secret Evidence Provision of the 1996 AntiTerrorist Act. Campbell talked about visiting him and of how much he admired him. He said that he felt like a brother to Al-Najar and Al-Arian. He spoke of the “courage” and “fortitude” of Al Najar. He also spoke of travelling to the Middle East with his wife and observing the “terrible treatment” of the Palestinians by the Israelis. I could understand a libertarian objection to the Secret Evidence Provision, but to embrace Islamic terrorists?
By that time the nature of the AMA and of Al Arian and Al Najar were obvious.
This is what Tom Campbell was doing while he was in Congress and after he left. This is what he’ll do if elected to the U.S. Senate. Even Barbara Boxer, as obnoxious and repellent as she is, is not this bad. Let’s hope another Republican is the nominee against her.
Stop Tom Campbell before it’s too late.
Tags: American Muslim Association, Barbara Boxer, California, Irvine, Mazen Al-Najar, Mazen Al-Najjar, Republican, Sami Al-Arian, Tom Campbell, U.S. Senate