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Can he be trusted ?

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Submitted by Danny (United States), Dec 30, 2007 at 09:17

His honesty is drawn into question. A true convert to Christianity would not lie to cover up a Moslem background.

At a volatile time like this, we can't afford to be the victims of "Al-Taqiyya" or "Kithman" and other acts of traditional Islamic fundamentalist deceptions, like other countries have been in the past.

When asked he says he does not believe in hell and does not know if he is going to heaven. This is also not the response of a Christian, but more in keeping with the Islamic belief.

Obama's "Church" The Trinity United Church of Christ signed divestment from Israel. It also sponsors speeches at its many functions by the Arab "Christian" pro-terror religious organization, Sabeel. Sabeel was founded by the PLO (Arafat)and spreads anti Israel pro Palestinian propaganda, demonizing the Jews in Israel. (www.scoop.,co,nz/stories/HL0510/500139.htm).

He hides his Muslim roots. What else is he hiding. Did you read his ad in the Wind City Times, also very revealing but they hide from this also.

In His Selma Speech, Obama Said His Parents "Got Together" And He Was Born As A Result Of The Selma March. Obama: "Because some folks were willing to march across a bridge. So they got together and Barack Obama, Jr. was born. So don't tell me I don't have a claim on Selma, Alabama." (Senator Barack Obama, Remarks At Brown Chapel AME Church, Selma, AL, 3/4/07)

But Obama Was Born In 1961, 4 years prior to the 1965 Selma March. "Barack Obama was born in Hawaii on August 4th, 1961.

"Then there's the copy of Life magazine that Obama presents as his racial awakening at age 9. In it, he wrote, was an article and two accompanying photographs of an African-American man physically and mentally scarred by his efforts to lighten his skin. In fact, the Life article and the photographs don't exist, say the magazine's own historians." (Kirsten Scharnberg and Kim Barker, "The Not-So-Simple Story Of Barack Obama's Youth," Chicago Tribune, 3/25/07)

Obama Volunteered It May Have Been Ebony Magazine, But No Such Ebony Article Matched Obama's Description. "When asked about the discrepancy, Obama said in a recent interview, 'It might have been an Ebony or it might have been ... who knows what it was?' (At the request of the Tribune, archivists at Ebony searched their catalogue of past articles, none of which matched what Obama recalled.)" (Kirsten Scharnberg and Kim Barker, "The Not-So-Simple Story Of Barack Obama's Youth," Chicago Tribune, 3/25/07)

Note, his church is *not* the "United Church of Christ" it's the "Trinity United Church of Christ". 2 different church bodies. Obama's church : ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aj9Avr3ivc

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