December 13, 2006, - 9:43 am
New Low: Detroit News Publishes Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theorist, Employee of Raided Terrorist Charity
Spineless, inept, intellectually-challenged Detroit Newsistan Editorial Page Editor Nolan Finley and op-ed editor Richard Burr have sunk to a new low. Today, they published the work of anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist Mohammed Alomari on the News editorial pages.
For years, Finley and Burr have been running regular anti-Semitic, pro-Ahmadinejad columns by Ayatollah Khomeini protege and the former spiritual leader of Khomeini’s Iranian navy, Imam Mohammed Ali Elahi. Never once has Elahi’s relationship with Iran (he’s close with Ahmadinejad) or Khomeini been identified by the Newsistan. I sent a Christian Broadcast Network reporter to question Finley about why he would give a platform to such a raving Jew-hater. When he asked Finley why he’d run such blatantly anti-Semitic columns by a known agent of Iran and Hezbollah, Finley’s response was that Elahi is popular and has a following.
Today, a new low was achieved by Finley and the Newsistan by publishing Alomari’s “work.” Alomari is the author of “The Secrecy of Evil,” an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory book, which claims that the Jews created America (via the Founding Fathers) as a Zionist conspiracy theory. The book also claims that that the Oval Office is a “female reproductive force.” Alomari’s Daru Salam mosque radio Web site claimed Jews and the United States “organized” the 9/11 attacks (and calls me a “Shyster”–not an anti-Semitic term, right?). Alomari is also the author of an anti-Semitic article identifying Jews in the Bush Administration.
And finally, but most important, Alomari is a paid employee and spokesman for LIFE for Relief and Development, the charity raided by the FBI in September. As I’ve written, LIFE openly gave millions to HAMAS’ Jordanian operations and is believed to be funding insurgent terrorists in Iraq. Since Alomari’s absurd piece in today’s Detroit Newsistan is about Iraq, one would think that at least his employment with LIFE would be mentioned in the article or in the tagline, at the end. It was not.
That’s not the first time. The Detroit Newsistan frequently runs the “work” of Frank Richter, a propagandist on the payroll of the Saudi Arabian royal family. But the Newsistan chose, on several occasions, not to mention that fact, even though Richter was writing about “free elections” in Saudi Arabia (hmmm . . . when did the Saudi royal family abdicate and allow for a democratic republic?). Op-ed editor Burr told me that he didn’t need to identify Richter’s relationship with the Saudis because he had once or twice in the past (he expects brain-addled Newsistan readers to remember this).
If you think this is only a Detroit phenomenon, think again. This is the heart of extremist Islamic America. But the cancer is spreading.
And it’s coming soon to a newspaper near you.
Finley and Burr can’t take the heat of this website and are insanely jealous of/obsessed with me, apparently. They wrote an editorial this summer, attacking the fact that I’m on national cable news channels so much (whereas they can’t get arrested). The humorless duo were also disturbed that I called Dearborn by its more appropriate name, “Dearbornistan.” Yes, that’s the kind of stuff they think merits an entire editorial in a newspaper serving a top 11 American market. That, and articles by Shia (Elahi) and Sunni (Alomari) jihadists.
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