August 12, 2011, - 8:07 pm

HAMAS’ CAIR Netwk In Love With Rick Perry (& It’s Mutual)

By Debbie Schlussel

We’ve already had one Islamo-pandering Texas Republican Governor as President.  We don’t need another, in Texas Governor Rick Perry.  The first version of him, Gov. George W. Bush, beat Al Gore in getting the Islamic endorsement, then squandered the next eight years in the White House giving Muslims special treatment and increasing their immigration numbers to America.

Deja Vu: It’s George Dhimmiya Bush All Over Again . . . .

And so it’s in that vein that I can’t understand the fascination by some normally good people with Rick Perry.  My friend, Michael Reagan–who normally gets it on the Islamic threat–endorsed Perry for President.  And, when he announces his candidacy for the White House, thousands of Christians who get the Islamic threat to America will support his bid.  That’s despite the fact that Perry is close with open Islamic terrorism supporter, Palestinian extremist Farouk Shami, who bragged that his father killed many innocent Jews in Israel.  And it’s despite the fact that the HAMAS financier and unindicated HAMAS co-conspirator in Islamic terrorism, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Action Network is having allahgasms over Perry.  If they support him, it’s a good reason to oppose this Republi-dhimmi.

CAIR Network sent out an e-mail gushing over Rick Perry and linking to part of this gushing, drooling article about Perry and Islam, from the Houston Chronicle:

Gov. Rick Perry’s relationship with Muslims may set him apart

Gov. Rick Perry’s friendly relationship with some Texas Muslims was touted in a recent story on

While some other presidential candidates bring up concerns about American Muslims’ loyalty and decry Islamic law in the U.S., here’s a Christian, Republican politician who initiated a teacher-training program on Islamic history and has been friends for years with the Aga Khan, head of an Islamic sect called Ismailis, Salon points out. Perry even laid the first brick at the groundbreaking ceremony for an Ismaili worship center in Plano in 2005. . . .

“The Muslim community has a significant number of political conservatives, and they do support Perry,” said Mustafaa Carroll, executive director of the Council on American Islamic Relations in Houston. . . . Carroll notes that Muslims donated to President George Bush’s campaign and have given to Perry’s gubernatorial campaigns.

When HAMAS’ front in the U.S. (CAIR Network) and the Islamo-pandering mainstream media are in ecstasy over Rick Perry, it’s a pretty big sledgehammer of a hint:

He ain’t good for America.

If Rick Perry is the GOP nominee for President, I will throw away my vote and pull the Libertarian lever. I do not need Mohammed’s fave Republican in the White House anymore than I need Barack Obama there.

I hope Michele Bachmann and the other candidates pounce on HAMAS’ love affair with Rick Perry. And that it’s apparently mutual.

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119 Responses

Perry needs to be asked, in front of cameras, about his alleged support of Muslims.

Truth on August 16, 2011 at 10:05 am

Thanks for this post. I was excited and hopeful about Perry’s candidacy after seeing his speech on T.V. in So. Carolina. But now, his pro-Islam politics have caused great concern.

I recall becoming concerned about Chris Christie’s pro-Islam appointments of judges and my opinion of him changed drastically because of it.

There are too many Republicans in office who unfortunately turn a blind eye to the reality of the goals of Islam – not just radical Islam.

In the “Question of Honor” Fox News Special where an Iraqi immigrant father targeted his daughter in an honor killing, the jury found the father guilty of second degree murder (not first degree which the prosecution wanted) and was sentenced to 34 years in prison. After the trial, the judge in the case stated that he didn’t see this as an “honor killing.” He just supposed that the father was angry with the daughter and ran her down for that reason. She later died in the hospital. Tragic. Truly tragic!

That judge, Christie, and Perry seem to think that Islam is NOT trying to take over our courts and push their sharia laws down our throats. Or, perhaps, maybe they think that it isn’t possible here in America? I don’t know. But I don’t trust people who are in any way, shape or form involved with radical Islam – either secretly or overtly. I also don’t trust people who cater to pro-Islamic politics. I think that the permit to build a mosque near Ground Zero is atrocious! Do people like Bloomberg really think it will get them more votes to be naive about Islam and their deceptive taqiyya rhetoric?

Recall how we all felt right after 9/11/01. Would any person in their right mind believe that the mayor of New York City would support building a mosque of victory near Ground Zero?

Islam is a dangerous and evil religion. Period. I don’t care how “moderate” a Muslim may appear to be – it is all for show. If you haven’t ever seen the video in this post, please view it. It changed my mind about “moderate” Muslims. For the most part, they are non-existent.

Christinewjc on August 16, 2011 at 11:12 am

    Christine, I really enjoyed your post.

    The curious thing about Perry being in the race now is to see how the Left are predictably opposing him simply because he is an eeeeeevil “Republican”. On the other side, you have the critical thinking Conservatives like us taking him to task on the FACTS. And the facts are he is NOT a true Conservative and his very own actions (Islamopandering, open borders, Gardisil etc.) prove our point of view.

    Then you have the most disappointing of them all. The knee-jerk “so-called” Conservatives who know nothing about him but want to embrace him blindly. These types of fools are starting to get me more peeved than the dopey Liberals. And they fail to see the forest for the trees.

    Skunky on August 16, 2011 at 12:30 pm

      Skunky ~

      As a recovering, knee-jerk, conservative fool who used to embrace so-called conservatives blindly, let me say that there’s a heapin helpin of hope out here because there are more of us waking up everyday.

      We need clear, reliable information and we need it in a way that is quickly and readily available. This site is HUGE in terms of providing some of what we need.

      Aurora on August 16, 2011 at 3:00 pm

      Thank you Skunky. Appreciated your comment. I have a friend at my blog who wants to hold to a “wait and see” attitude. At this point, that may be wise. I am still learning about Perry. Since he was once a Democrat, it seems possible that he is not a real conservative. He has some positives about him, but also some highly questionable negatives. I must admit that I am very uneasy about the fact that some members of CAIR are siding with him politically. I don’t know how genuinely wrapped up he is in the Muslim cause. Has he been pandering to them out of political correctness? Does he cozy up to them for campaign money and votes when he is running for office?

      Although I liked a lot of what Perry said in his announcement speech, I can’t just automatically support him. I need to do thorough research. I was really surprised to see him jump ahead in the polls! I immediately suspected that he might turn out to be the Republican RINO elite establishment candidate. In this day and age, it is difficult to trust ANY politician anymore!

      Christinewjc on August 16, 2011 at 11:04 pm

I still think Perry is there only at the behest of the GOP blue-blood establishment. He draws potential votes from Bachman, then Romney’s 30-35 percent guaranteed share of the vote get him the nomination just liked it worked to get McCain the nomination in ’08. Bachman is my pick so far, but I’m not one of the privileged few who live in Iowa, New Hampshire, S Carolina, or Florida, and whose votes count. Us peons who live in Texas get no say since Romney will already be crowned nominee by the time we get to vote.

CornCoLeo on August 16, 2011 at 2:07 pm

Further reading and clarification (I think):

Mats on August 16, 2011 at 7:22 pm

Join the Hamas & friends supporter-page on Facebook for the great Governor Rick Perry!

Allah be praised!

Mohammad Al Ja-Dirka on August 17, 2011 at 1:01 am

It seems that there isn’t a single candidate who is willing to stand up to shariah or Islam, or who is even pro-Israel. Michele Bachmann maybe, but let’s not pretend like she won’t pander to muslims once she gets in. Just like Bush. Just like Obama.

Shaun Goldstein on August 17, 2011 at 1:40 am

The United States could have imposed freedom of religion on Iraq. The so called Christian – Bush, went with Islam. Christians are constantly being persecuted and murdered in Iraq and nothing is ever done about it. Iraq: A place where the United States military burns Bibles. George Bush a Christian only on election day another Dhimmmy Carter.

burt on August 17, 2011 at 9:07 am

I see a red flag when I see Salon as the site for the initial article. We need additional info on these groups.

We must have each candidate tell us their views on Shariah law and Shariah finance. We need them to explain a caliphate to us.

I just wish each of them would explain this: “In 1784, Congress authorized American diplomats John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson to negotiate with the Muslim terrorists. Negotiations proceeded, and in 1786, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson candidly asked the Ambassador from Tripoli the motivation behind their unprovoked attacks against Americans. What was the response?
“The Ambassador answered us that it was founded on the laws of their Prophet [Mohammed] – that it was written in their Koran that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners; that is was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found and to make slaves of all they could take as prisoners; and that every Musselman [Muslim] who should be slain in battle was sure to go to Paradise.” (Thomas Jefferson, The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Andrew A. Lipscomb & Albert Ellery Bergh, editors (Washington, D. C.: The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association, 1903), Vol. V, p. 195, to William Carmichael, November 4, 1785. Second source: Thomas Jefferson, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Julian P. Boyd, editor (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1954), Vol. 9, p. 358, Report of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams to John Jay, March 28, 1786.) This is the third attempt in world history Islam is trying to form a worldwide caliphate.
Read online David Barton, WallBuilders newsletter, winter 2006, A Muslim Sworn Into Congress.

Frank Livingston on August 17, 2011 at 2:14 pm

Our military is on the frontline fighting and dying in Iraq, Afghanistan and now Libya while America’s “back door” is wide open. We are fighting Islamic terrorists over there while we have a constant flow of illegal alien jihadists pouring into our country since before 9/11. Think they are not trying? Go online and read an article by Sara A. Carter, EXCLUSIVE: Al Qaeda eyes bio attack from Mexico, June 3, 2009, Washington Times and view a video of Kuwaiti dissident Abdullah al-Nafisi. Finally, go to and tell me which illegal alien is the terrorist carrying 4lbs of anthrax.
Read our history with Islamic nations and our two wars with them. Read David Barton, WallBuilders newsletter,winter 2006, A Muslim Sworn Into Congress.

Frank Livingston on August 17, 2011 at 8:06 pm

Is there anyone you guys DO like? Is there ANYONE that could actually win the presidency that you support? Just curious. Yeah, Rick Perry needs to be examined and questioned on the topics mentioned above…no doubt. I’d like to hear his thoughts and then make up my mind.

Chad on August 17, 2011 at 11:58 pm

Therefore I don’t like Rick Perry.
The next american president must stand on the side of Israel and against Lefitists all over the World.

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Mallory on August 18, 2011 at 1:49 pm

Beware of the OIC (Octopus of Islamic Conquest), its tentacles extend everywhere, delivering wads of petrodollars to helpful dhimmi politicians.

Trencherbone on August 18, 2011 at 3:56 pm

A little late with this comment but Perry’s “peaceful” buddy, the Aga Khan thinks the West should negotiate with the Taliban and Hamas:

SPIEGEL: President Karzai is a personal friend of yours. Many people see him as a weak leader, and some call him “Mayor of Kabul” because he is unable to control large parts of the country.
Aga Khan: We should do everything to help him. He has an enormously complex agenda to deal with. He is our best hope. And besides, he is the elected leader and we have to work with the parliament.
SPIEGEL: Even if warlords and a former members of the Taliban are represented in Afghanistan’s parliament?
Aga Khan: You either accept the results of democracy or you don’t. Otherwise you talk about qualifying democracy.
SPIEGEL: That means the West should deal with the radical Islamist Hamas as well?
Aga Khan: You have to work with whoever the population has elected as long as they are willing to respect what I call cosmopolitan ethics. Now, it’s true that Hamas has a record of conflict …
SPIEGEL: … of outright terror …
Aga Khan: … but it would not be the only time that movements that have such a record make it into parliament, and even end up in charge of government later on. Can I remind you of Jomo Kenyatta and his Mau Mau movement in Kenya, for example, or the ANC in South Africa? Take away the causes of extremism and extremists can come back to a more reasonable political agenda. That change to me is one of the wonderful things about the human race.,1518,442180-2,00.html

Stephen Schochet on August 25, 2011 at 4:00 pm

what threatening emails?

retire05 commented:

Agent 99, I have your answer:

after Geller posted the Salon article, which was taken from a press release by CAIR (who now obviously Geller trusts) she added a little foot note to her article. It was a shout out to Sarah Palin.

Stein went to great lengths to learn the truth, which did not fit in with Geller’s claims. Two other bloggers I know of also did the same, linking back to Stein who cannot be blamed with not doing his homework. Now, Geller and Spencer are having flame wars with those other two bloggers. (One that Hoft links to on this blog)
For what? Not taking Geller’s claims as gospel? Geller now depends on a far left pundit who writes for Salon, an far left web site?

But Geller doesn’t have everyone in her camp. Commentary Magazine (pro-Jew, very pro-Israel) was contacted by one of Frank Gaffney’s group at Center for Security Policy, pretty much disbuting what Geller, and Salon claim. Also, Daniel Pipes, no slouch when it comes to the radical Islamist threat said in response to a question asked him by a reader of his web site:

“I agree with you that Geller’s attack on Perry is irresponsible. The Aga Khan is a leading anti-Islamist figure and Perry’s connection to Grover Norquist concerns taxation, not Islam.”

Geller will accuse Pipes of being a “sha’ria supporter” in 3……..2………

Geller, Spencer and that nut case Debbie Schlussel had hoped that this smear would sprout wings and fly. Geller is obviously in the Palin camp (which is fine) but that doesn’t give her the right to smear a man who has clearly been a friend to Israel since his days as Texas Agricultural Commissioner.

I can’t know what is in Geller’s heart, but the fact that she reprinted the Salon smear, then gave a shout out to Sarah Palin, shows that perhaps her motives were not as honorable as she would have her readers think. Schlussel went so far as to sent threatening emails to one Texas blogger whoo called b/s on the article. Not once, but a number of times.

Schlussel has stopped, to my knowledge, stopped sending vile emails, but Geller, and now Spencer, are ramping up, attacking other bloggers. Dare I call it “jihad” against other bloggers?

markcon on August 28, 2011 at 10:22 pm


    You reprint from Gateway Pundit with uncritical approval what this “retire05” had to day on this topic. Now, I’m not going to defend Pamela Gellar, Robert Spencer, or Daniel Pipes. Debbie doesn’t like any of them. If fact, to Debbie the first two are “Scamela” Geller, and “Slobert” Spencer. If you are interested in why Debbie calls them that and also doesn’t like Daniel Pipes, type their names on the search page here and you’ll find out why.

    Now, on to Debbie. Your friend “retire05” calls her a “nut case”, and claims that is somehow spreading this “smear” against Rick Perry and claims that she had been sending “vile emails”–all with your approval.

    These are all false. Debbie reports the truth–no matter where it leads. She also has done a lot of original reporting on numerous issues–to the point where a lot of people plagerize her.

    Before I get to Rick Perry, let me tell you a background of where Debbie is coming from concerning the Presidential race. She recognizes the Obama Presidency as being a disaster that it is and she wants him defeated badly. However, she doesn’t want just anyone to beat him. She doesn’t want a Republican nominee to beat Obama in 2012, only to then have that Republican continue Obama’s policies, or even be Obama-lite. She wants someone who will govern as a staunch conservative–including on this issue in particular, someone who will not only fight against the Islamic threat abroad, but also to make sure that there is no Sharia law imposed here on this country–and I agree with her 100% on that–as do a lot of her readers here.

    Now on to Rick Perry, if you read her article above, you’ll find that Debbie is very concerned that Perry will allow Sharia law to happen in the United States.

    Now, is Salon a left-wing website that wants to bring down Republicans? Yes. However, it’s not just that source. CAIR also sent an email endorsing Perry–which is part of Debbie’s post here. That is a major red flag and indeed, why shouldn’t it be? There is also a Houston Chroncile article as well. Also the Salon article links to two “far-right” websites, including the Free Republic. But the important thing isn’t that this source or that source is left-wing or right-wing–or even center. Debbie wants facts and if you and your friend are going to challenge what Debbie wrote in this article, then she wants substantive facts to show how what these sources wrote isn’t true and to show what is the truth instead–and she is correct to insist on that. BTW, on Aga Khan, see the post by Stephen Schochet that is above yours and his link.

    Finally, on you and your friend’s claim that Debbie had sent vile emails to various unnamed bloggers, that is absolutely false! Your friend provided no evidence to back it up because there is none. In fact, I’m not sure if either you or your friend even knows what “vile” is. She sometimes initiates emails, but is she always polite and she calmly asks them questions. There is nothing vile about that. If you want to see vile, look at Debbie’s two posts on “Norway–Karma”–especially the first one, or Debbie’s “Whole Foods-Ramadan” post’s latter comments–now those are vile comments! Nor, sadly, are they limited to just anoyomous readers. Take a look at this link and the links within it:

    Now that’s vile! This proves that Debbie receives vile comments and emails, not delivers them.

    I actually have a lower opinion of you than I do of your friend. At least your friend had the decency not to post his comment here. You uncritically reprinted his comment here without doing your homework on Debbie and either rebutting him either here or at Gateway Pundit, or at least to provide some facts about her even if you disagree with her.

    JeffE on August 30, 2011 at 12:27 am

Another reason not to vote the straight party line Debby. Even Fox News is bi-polar these days. How many Orthodox Jews vore like this this? Too many are programmed and brain dead when it comes to Republicans.Thank G=d they are a minority among us. Beginning to believe we get the government we deserve.
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