Paltalk, AOL and Yahoo Harbor Terrorists
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Submitted by Hinda Blas (United States), Feb 8, 2005 at 13:30Recently, a brutal murder took place. A family of four who's only crime was that they dared to flee an Islamic country to come to the US to seek freedom of oppression. The father was well known on an internet chat program named Paltalk which claims since this slaying, that a person who uses the program is safe. My question is, how did this father's real name and address become known then?
He was repeatedly threatened by Muslims who's main focus is to destroy those who say NO to the Islamic Brotherhood. He also went to the Paltalk Authorities, Redcoats, and made complaints against those who threatened him. Was anything done? Yes. He and his family were slaughtered.
Recently another person, this time an American who is Christian was warned by Paltalk Redcoats that if she remembered what happened to the Egyptian Coptic, the same fate may await her. However, besides going to Paltalk, she also went to all the authorities, including those in her state with this complaint. Is anything being done? Probably not.
When one signs up for any internet chat program, you give your information. That in turn is what is being utilized against you if you should make those who have the power not happy.
Mr. Pipes is very correct. But he only listed 13 attrocities that have happened .... The allowance of the ISM on campuses which are founded by Hamas and other well known terrorist organizations not only go against our laws regarding freedoms but as well goes against the schools' charters as well. Recently, University of Southern California at Irvine told Jewish Students they cannot say they are a Zionist without repercussions. But it is ok to wear Jihad-style gear, having guests who speak about murdering Jewish and non-believers (mainly children) as it is what Allah wants. And this is a state-funded college. In the 1930s/40s Nazism was not allowed to be on any campus within the US. It was felt to be too much to handle and better not to incite violence. Yet in 2005, the colleges around the US have been bought and sold by Saudi-funded Wahabism. "Experts" are now college professors who about 15 -20 years ago were banned from entering the country due to ties to unsavory (good term) organizations.
Are we following the example of Europe prior to Hitler? Why is it so hard to see exactly what is going on within our own borders? How soon before institutions will ban books/names because they are not of the fundamentalist ideology? Remember prior to WW2, Hitler banned books written by Jews, buildings/streets names were changed if they sounded Jewish. In many colleges, this is slowly being done. How many schools within the US are accepting funding from Saudi Arabia but with a condition and are maintaining that condition? Answer: dozens. And it is not only in the colleges, but also in the grade schools as well. American/world history has been revised to reflect the fallacies of the Islamic Propaganda. Children are taught that Israel became to be after Jews from Europe attacked and killed British/Arab civilians sleeping in their beds. Jews have always been unwanted because we make our matza out of the blood of non-Jewish children.
Does anyone stand up against it? Not much. School boards have apologists on them and nothing is done.
It is time to take America back from these people who 60 years ago were proud partners of Hitler before the US becomes another Europe prior to WW2.
We should not allow places of "worship" who teach destruction to non-believers to exist. Those who are imprisoned for crimes should have no rights at all. Why give to a spoiled child? Sheikh Rahman, the blind Imam who was responsible for the 1993 WTC bombing still from his prison cell give sermons to his "flock" in Jersey City, NJ. His hatred is still being taught to others and the US is allowing it.
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