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Moore-Osama parallels reveal Kerry link
The virtually untold story of Osama bin Ladens statement released October 29 is the uncanny connection between bin Ladens words and Michael Moores allegations in Fahrenheit 9/11 allegations which have been supported by Senator John Kerry.
William Safire did mention this briefly in his op-ed of 11/1, but this is really big news that the media is glossing over. Its big for two reasons.
First, it is so obvious that OBL was reading from Moores playbook that it makes it clear that the efforts of Moore and the radical left actually have aided and supported the number-one enemy of the United States. Even if this aid has been indirect, Moores efforts to frame this election year in the context of Bush the incompetent misleader have given OBL talking points on the eve of our presidential election!
Second, since John Kerry has supported the allegations of Michael Moore, we now have a philosophical link between bin Laden and Senator Kerry. Kerry is on record supporting many of the statements made by bin Laden last Friday. Examples of the Moore-Osama link, and Kerry supports when applicable:
On the Pet Goat book:
Terrorist and Extremist Groups of Pakistan
The Muslim Public Affairs Council's War on Steve Emerson
By Joe Kaufman
FrontPageMagazine.com | January 21, 2005
One year ago, I wrote a piece exposing radical Islam within Florida Atlantic University (FAU). My goal was twofold:  to bring awareness concerning a growing problem within FAU  to push the university to take action so that this problem ceases to exist.
Unfortunately, only the first part of my goal was accomplished, as FAU is continuing to allow radicals on its campus, the latest being this Saturdays (Jan.22, 2005) return engagement of potential co-conspirator to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, Siraj Wahhaj.
The Enemy Thrives at FAU
In recent times, a fairly large list of Islamist radicals and/or those that sympathize with the Islamist cause have passed through the university.
This list includes professors that the university had itself hired to teach its students (two of which still teach there).
Professors such as:
Mustafa Abu Sway, who was discovered to have had numerous ties to the terrorist organization HAMAS
Khalid Hamza, who had used a Texas A & M internet forum to defend Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian
Bassem Alhalabi, who was found guilty of exporting a $13,000 thermal imaging device to Syria Imadeldin Imad Mahgoub, who was featured on a panel discussion with HAMAS fundraiser Raed Awad
At least one FAU student, Syed Khawer Ahmad, was found to have played a role in the world of radical Islam. While Ahmad was attending classes at FAU, he was the webmaster of the homepage for the Islamic Society, the Palestinian group that spawned HAMAS.
The final bunch are those that were invited by the FAU Muslim Student Organization (MSO) to speak on campus. This is the same MSO that created two Islamic centers in Boca Raton, one of which houses two religious leaders that have been accused of having direct ties to terrorist organizations.
The guest lecturers included:
Rafil Dhafir, the past Vice Chairman of the Islamic Assembly of North America (IANA), who was convicted of raising money for terrorist organizations through an Iraqi childrens charity called Help the Needy
Al-Haaj Ghazi Khankan, the Executive Director of the New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), who is quoted as having pledged his support for the HAMAS and Hezbollah terrorist groups
Kathy Kelly, the co-founder of Voices in the Wilderness, who served time in a federal prison for trespassing onto the Ft. Benning military base in Georgia
William Baker, who has been described by many as a neo-Nazi for his hate-filled writings and his involvement in a white-supremacist organization
Excerpted (informative article)