From Obama's Church
Another great story by Aaron Klein of WorldNetDaily, points out that Sen. Barack Obama's Chicago church published an open letter from a Palestinian activist that labels Israel an "apartheid" regime. Furthermore, the letter claims the Jewish state worked on an "ethnic bomb" that kills "blacks and Arabs."
The letter, discovered by the blog Sweetness & Light, was published on the "Pastor's Page" of the Trinity United Church of Christ newsletter reserved for Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr., whose anti-American, anti-Israel remarks prompted the presidential candidate to deliver his recent major speech on race.
- "I must tell you that Israel was the closest ally to the white supremacists of South Africa," wrote the letter's author, Ali Baghdadi.
- "In fact, South Africa allowed Israel to test its nuclear weapons in the ocean off of South Africa.
- The Israelis were given a blank check: they could test whenever they desired and did not even have to ask permission. Both worked on an ethnic bomb that kills Blacks and Arabs."
- The June 10, 2007, newsletter, which is still available at Obama's church's website, identifies Baghdadi as an Arab-American activist, writer and columnist who "acted as a Middle East advisor to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, the founder of the Nation of Islam, as well as Minister Louis Farrakhan."
- The piece is titled "An open letter to Oprah," referring to talk show giant Oprah Winfrey, who last year accepted an invitation to visit Israel offered to her by Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel. Winfrey had been a member of Obama's church but reportedly departed in 1986.
- Baghdadi's letter originally was printed in the Palestine Times, a pro-Palestinian newspaper published in London.
- Obama's church hosted Baghdadi's letter stating Palestinians face "genocide and ethnic cleansing ... every hour of the day."
- "For many centuries, Jews escaped the discrimination and death they were subjected to in Europe, and found safety and refuge among us," writes Baghdadi.
- But the activist doesn't address the more than 800,000 Jews who were expelled or left Arab countries under threat after Israel was founded in 1948.
- Continues Baghdadi: "Muslims believe in Christianity and Judaism. The Quran states there is no distinction between Muhammad, Jesus and Moses."
- In contrast to Baghdadi's declarations, Sheik Taysir Tamimi, chief Palestinian Justice and one of the most influential Muslim leaders in Israel, told WND during a recent interview Moses and Jesus were really "prophets for Islam."
- "Your Torah was falsified," stated Tamimi during the interview.
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World Net Daily
Obama-church Newsletter: Israel Making 'Ethnic Bomb'
Accuses 'apartheid' state of creating weapon 'that kills blacks and Arabs'
By Aaron Klein
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Oh, once again we learn more about the Church where Obama has been a member for years. Did Obama miss Church again the day this newsletter was circulated? Did he not have an internet connection to the Pastor's Page? How long will the American people fall for this baloney? Obama claims he can no more disown Jeremiah Wright, but he should.
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