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Imam Al-Husainy Reacts to DNC Flap

Friday, February 09, 2007

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This is a partial transcript from "Hannity & Colmes," February 8, 2007, that has been edited for clarity.
SEAN HANNITY, CO-HOST: We've told you about the controversial imam who was invited to give the invocation at the DNC winter meeting last Friday. Let's play for you again his remarks that have raised so many questions.
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HUSHAM AL-HUSAINY, IMAM: We thank you, God, to send us your messages through our father Abraham and Moses and Jesus and Muhammad. Through you, God, we unite. So guide us to the right path. The path of the people you bless, not the path of the people you doom. Help us, God, to liberate and fill this earth with justice and peace and love and equality. And help us to stop the war and violence, and oppression and occupation. Ameen.

This is a clue as to the DNC's new policy, Binny anyone?
 

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OK ......I am dense. What is wrong with what he said? He recognized Jesus, Abraham and Moses. About uniting through God and being guided to the right path......we all know what right is......well maybe. About God not guiding the people he dooms.....the Chicago Bears, right. Stopping war, violence, opression and occupation .....that's a good thing (unless you are heavily invested in the military-industrial complex). What's the problem?
 

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OK ......I am dense. What is wrong with what he said? He recognized Jesus, Abraham and Moses. About uniting through God and being guided to the right path......we all know what right is......well maybe. About God not guiding the people he dooms.....the Chicago Bears, right. Stopping war, violence, opression and occupation .....that's a good thing (unless you are heavily invested in the military-industrial complex). What's the problem?[/quote]

It came from the mouth of a muslim cleric, and in frank's mind, all muslims =evil and must be exterminated. If, say a Pat Robertson type said the same thing (which he has in the past, and much worse) I am sure that would be A-OK...
 

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Man Claims Pat Robertson Threatened Him
The Associated Press
NORFOLK, Va.

A Texas bodybuilder suing Pat Robertson contends the religious broadcaster walked into federal court for a legal proceeding and told him: "I am going to kill you and your family."

According to a complaint Phillip Busch filed with the Norfolk police, Robertson made the threat when he entered a room in the courthouse Wednesday to be questioned for a deposition.

"There was no such threat," said Robertson's attorney, Glen Huff.

Busch is suing Robertson for what he says is misappropriation of his image to promote Robertson's protein diet shake.

Robertson has been touting his "age-defying" weight-loss shake for five years on his Virginia Beach-based Christian Broadcasting Network talk show "The 700 Club," offering the recipe free to any viewer who requested it.

Busch contacted the show in 2005, saying he had slimmed down from 400 to 200 pounds by drinking the shake. CBN showed his before-and-after photos 20 times in a promotional spot and flew Busch to Virginia Beach for a live TV interview with Robertson.

Busch says he didn't know when he contacted CBN that Robertson recently had licensed his shake for commercial distribution by a nationwide health-food chain. He sued Robertson in September 2005, alleging that the broadcaster used his image for a commercial purpose without compensating him.

The case is set for trial in April. Robertson's spokesmen have accused Busch of extortion, and Busch has posted disparaging comments about Robertson on his personal Web site.

Busch has dismissed his attorneys and is litigating the case himself.

This is not the first time Robertson has been accused of threatening an adversary.

After the failure of an earlier Robertson commercial venture featuring Bible study courses and discount coupon books, the broadcaster fired Mark Peterson, the venture's top executive.

The two feuded publicly, blaming each other for the failure. Peterson sued Robertson in 1995, alleging that Robertson made a veiled death threat in a telephone conversation with Peterson's sister.

Robertson said he did not make a threat. Peterson dropped the lawsuit in 1997, saying he had forgiven Robertson.

Information from: The Virginian-Pilot
 

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OK ......I am dense. What is wrong with what he said? He recognized Jesus, Abraham and Moses. About uniting through God and being guided to the right path......we all know what right is......well maybe. About God not guiding the people he dooms.....the Chicago Bears, right. Stopping war, violence, opression and occupation .....that's a good thing (unless you are heavily invested in the military-industrial complex). What's the problem?[/quote]

It came from the mouth of a muslim cleric, and in frank's mind, all muslims =evil and must be exterminated. If, say a Pat Robertson type said the same thing (which he has in the past, and much worse) I am sure that would be A-OK...
Obviously you havent read any of my posts and Im not repeating. Im proccupied with fishing not BS.
 
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