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  • (Israeli Jewish) Extremist threatens Arab politician

    02/28/2005 1:30:08 PM PST · by anotherview · 17 replies · 372+ views
    Yedioth Ahronoth ^ | 28 Febraury 2005 | Ilan Marciano
    Extremist threatens Arab politician Far right activist Baruch Marzel sends hostile letter following Mohammad Barakeh’s vote in favor of settler evacuation bill By Ilan Marciano Not welcome in Shfaram. Marzel Photo: Gali Tivon Issued warning of his own. Barakeh Photo: Zoom 77 Right-wing threats: Far right activist Baruch Marzel recently sent a threatening letter to Arab Knesset Member Mohammad Barakeh (Ta’al) over the latter's vote in favor of settlement evacuation. The letter stated Barakeh should “be wary of how he votes.” The letter was sent to Barakeh following his vote in the Knesset’s Finance Committee in favor of the evacuation-compensation...
  • Skeletons Rattling In Frist's Closet?

    12/21/2002 6:30:21 PM PST · by joesnuffy · 59 replies · 504+ views ^ | Dec 21, '02 | staff
    CHANGING OF THE GUARD Skeletons rattling in Frist's closet? Ethics expert says ties to hospital chain potential conflict of interest for Lott heir Posted: December 21, 2002 6:30 p.m. Eastern © 2002 Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist will almost certainly be elected majority leader when the senate votes on a successor to Mississippi Sen. Trent Lott next month. The choice is a happy one for President George W. Bush, who views Frist as an effective ally; Frist has even been discussed as a possible replacement for Vice President Dick Cheney on the ticket in 2004. The heart surgeon’s quick rise...
  • Syndicated Cartoon Portrays Muhammad As Terrorist (CAIR BOO-HOO-HOO ALERT)

    12/22/2002 6:23:30 AM PST · by Brian Mosely · 30 replies · 15,600+ views
    PRnewswire ^ | 12/22/02
    WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- A national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group today expressed outrage at a Doug Marlette syndicated editorial cartoon, headlined "What Would Mohammed Drive?" showing the Prophet Muhammad driving a nuclear bomb-laden truck similar to that used by Timothy McVeigh in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.SEE: Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) called for an apology from Marlette's syndicator, Tribune Media Services, and from his employer, the Tallahassee Democrat.The cartoon is apparently a play on a recent light-hearted public debate over what kind of car Jesus would drive. Its publication comes following worldwide outrage over...