April 4, 2008, - 9:56 am

Radio Across the Universe

By Debbie Schlussel
I will be on San Francisco’s KSFO-AM 560: “The Lee Rodgers Show” at 10:05 a.m. Eastern Time/ 7:05 a.m. Pacific, this morning. Listen Live Here.
And don’t forget my weekly movie reviews on “The Mike Church Show“–the Red, White, and Dude Nation–every Friday Morning (including this one) on Sirius Patriot Channel 144, at approximately 10:35 a.m. Eastern Time.

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Debbie on KSFO with Uncle Lee
Thank goodness you are the first MEDIA PERSON to mention on air what I’ve been screaming. That is:
Why the hell did McCain apologize for correctly stating that SHIA Iran HAS and IS supporting SUNNI al-kayda?
But why take OUR word. How starting with that Democrat Bible (well, for a week or two while it was politically expedient) the 9/11 Commission Report.
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In June 1996, an enormous truck bomb detonated in the Khobar Towers residential complex in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, that housed U.S.Air Force personnel. Nineteen Americans were killed, and 372 were wounded. The operation was carried out principally, perhaps exclusively, by Saudi Hezbollah, an organization that had received support from the government of Iran (SHIA). While the evidence of Iranian involvement is strong there are also signs that al Qaeda (SUNNI) played some role, as yet unknown.
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SudanÔø?s Islamist leader,Turabi, who convened a series of meetings under the label Popular Arab and Islamic Conference around the time of Bin LadinÔø?s arrival in that country. Delegations of violent Islamist extremists came from all the groups represented in Bin LadinÔø?s Islamic Army Shura.Representatives also came from organizations such as the Palestine Liberation Organization, Hamas, and Hezbollah.
Turabi sought to persuade Shiites and Sunnis to put aside their divisions and join against the common enemy. In late 1991 or 1992, discussions in Sudan between al Qaeda and Iranian operatives led to an informal agreement to cooperate in providing supportÔø?even if only trainingÔø?for actions carried out primarily against Israel and the United States.
Not long afterward, senior al Qaeda operatives and trainers traveled to Iran to receive training in explosives. In the fall of 1993, another such delegation went to the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon for further training in explosives as well as in intelligence and security. Bin Ladin reportedly showed particular interest in learning how to use truck bombs such as the one that had killed 241 U.S. Marines in Lebanon in 1983.The relationship between al Qaeda and Iran demonstrated that Sunni-Shia divisions did not necessarily pose an insurmountable barrier to cooperation in terrorist operations. As will be described in chapter 7, al Qaeda contacts with Iran continued in ensuing years.
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Though intelligence gave no clear indication of what might be afoot, some intelligence reports mentioned chemical weapons, pointing toward work at a camp in southern Afghanistan called Derunta.On November 4, 1998, the U.S. AttorneyÔø?s Office for the Southern District of New York unsealed its indictment of Bin Ladin, charging him with conspiracy to attack U.S. defense installations.
The indictment also charged that al Qaeda had allied itself with Sudan, Iran, and Hezbollah.

Jack Bauer on April 4, 2008 at 10:28 am

Debbie – great to hear you on KSFO this morning … I read you every day and appreciate your tenacity and perspective!
Given Darrell Issa’s funding of the Grey Davis recall and the result (Gov Ah-nold) the only good thing one can say is at least we don’t have a Gov Darrell (though policies would likely be similar)!
If the Cali GOP would back Tom McClintock or Duncan Hunter instead of RINOs we may not win short-term, but long-term will see a Reagan Revolution II. Cheers, CaliMatt

CaliMatt on April 4, 2008 at 11:33 am

Debbie,
It was great to hear you on Mike Church on Sirius Radio/Patriot Channel 144 on Friday AM. It still amazes me that for all the lenght of time your published information has been out there on Jihad Darrell–it rarely has been publicized or even noticed in the MSM.
Despite that, you came through loud and clear on the radio–Issa is Jihad Darrell for sure. Keep up the great work. When Church was lauding you on the air, “that’s why love you so much..” I was saying the exact same thing–AMEN!!

BB on April 6, 2008 at 8:10 am

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