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  • Bernie Sanders revisited: Candidate backs letting violent felons vote from prison

    03/01/2020 7:54:18 PM PST · by karpov · 9 replies
    Fox News ^ | February 27, 2020 | Adam Shaw
    Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who is now the front-runner in the Democratic presidential primary, continues to stand by one of his more controversial proposals -- which would allow even violent felons to have the right to vote while incarcerated. On his campaign website, amid a host of far-reaching policies that would extend more benefits and rights to felons and other convicted criminals under the banner of "criminal justice reform," he pledges to return the “right to vote” to prisoners. “All voting-age Americans must have the right and meaningful access to vote, whether they are incarcerated or not,” his campaign says....
  • Hamas chief hails Obama approach

    03/22/2009 11:57:13 AM PDT · by Chet 99 · 7 replies · 356+ views
    The political leader of Hamas, Khaled Meshaal, has credited US President Barack Obama with using a "new language" for the Middle East. Speaking to an Italian newspaper Mr Meshaal also said that an official opening to his Palestinian Islamist movement was only "a matter of time". The interview was published three days after President Obama called for a "new beginning" in relations with Iran.
  • Hamas leader hails Obama's new approach: report

    03/22/2009 12:00:24 PM PDT · by Islander7 · 7 replies · 379+ views
    Breitbart ^ | March 22, 2009 | AFP Staff
    The exiled leader of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas on Sunday hailed the "new lexicon" being used by US President Barack Obama towards foreign policy issues the Middle East. "The challenge for everyone is that (Obama's new language) is a prelude to a sincere change (of direction) in US and European foreign policy," Khaled Meshaal said in an interview with Italian newspaper La Repubblica. A senior US envoy said in Damascus earlier this month that Syria can be an important and constructive force in the Middle East, as Washington pursues a new policy of engaging with all countries in...
  • Hamas leader hails Obama's new approach (terrorists heart zero)

    03/22/2009 8:37:34 AM PDT · by jdfromny · 5 replies · 392+ views
    BREITBART.COM ^ | 3/22/09 | AFP
    The exiled leader of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas on Sunday hailed the "new lexicon" being used by US President Barack Obama towards foreign policy issues the Middle East. "The challenge for everyone is that (Obama's new language) is a prelude to a sincere change (of direction) in US and European foreign policy," Khaled Meshaal said in an interview with Italian newspaper La Repubblica.
  • Why Islamists Cheer For Obama [While Patriotic Freepers Will Weep]

    01/19/2009 3:21:15 PM PST · by Steelfish · 10 replies · 370+ views
    American Thinker ^ | January 19, 2009
    Why Islamists Cheer For Obama By Vasko Kohlmayer One of the most striking aspects of this presidential campaign is the enthusiasm the candidacy of Barack Obama has engendered among Muslims both at home and abroad. On April 13 of this year, Ahmed Yousef, a public relations man for the terrorist organization Hamas, said in an interview: "We like Mr. Obama and we hope he will win the election." He then gave the reason for Hamas' support: "He has a vision to change America." Earlier this month, Libya's strongman Muammar Khadafi gave an endorsement speech in which he called Barack Obama...
  • To Hamas and Back - The Robert Malley Story

    11/11/2008 9:07:06 PM PST · by garetjax · 7 replies · 236+ views ^ | 11/11/2008 | Garetjax
    Today the hot topic in the conservative blogsphere is the apparent return of Robert Malley. He was Obama’s senior foreign-policy adviser who had been caught meeting regularly with Hamas which Obama had pledged never to do and was subsequently thrown under the bus back in May of this year. Two days after the election he was dispatched by Obama to meet with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Other reports have him leaving for the Middle East just hours after the election results. There is no confirmation from the Obama campaign on Malley but many sources are...
  • Hamas Says Met Obama Advisors in Gaza

    11/11/2008 6:54:44 PM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 41 replies · 404+ views ^ | November 11, 2008 | Roee Nahmias
    Ahmad Yousuf, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh's political advisor, said that during the recent US presidential race a secret meeting between senior Islamist group figures and advisors to President-elect Barack Obama was held in Gaza. "We were in contact with a number of Obama's aides through the Internet, and later met with some of them in Gaza, but they advised us not to come out with any statements, as they may have a negative effect on his election campaign and be used by Republican candidate John McCain (to attack Obama)," Yousuf said in an interview with London-based Arabic-language newspaper Al-Hayat, published...
  • Report: Hamas says its officials met Obama aides before U.S. election

    11/11/2008 9:08:41 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 145 replies · 1,440+ views
    Haaretz ^ | November 11, 2008 | Avi Issacharoff
    The Arab daily Al-Hayat on Tuesday quoted a senior Hamas official as saying that United States President-elect Barack Obama's advisors met with members of the Palestinian militant group before the U.S. presidential election. Ahmed Yusuf, a political advisor to Hamas' Gaza leader Ismail Haniyeh, reportedly told the London-based paper that, "The connection was made via email and after that we met with them in Gaza." Al-Hayat reported that Yusuf also said the relations were maintained after Obama's electoral victory last Tuesday. He said the president-elect's advisors requested that the relations be kept secret so as not to aid his rival,...
  • Obama Sends Man Linked With Terror Group AND George Soros to Deal With Egypt/Syria

    11/11/2008 4:04:51 PM PST · by RogerFGay · 36 replies · 381+ views ^ | November 11, 2008 | Warner Todd Huston
    News services in Israel are on fire with talk that Barack Obama has just sent a supporter of the terror group Hamas as his envoy to Syria and Egypt to relay news of his policies to come. .... ..... In September of this year, Robert Malley caused consternation among people that stand against the terror group Hamas when he went to Syria to work for a group called the International Crisis Group — a George Soros funded NGO also chaired by other doyens the far left. ...
  • Hamas: We met Obama advisers

    11/11/2008 11:35:37 AM PST · by prismsinc · 15 replies · 129+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 11/11/08 | Aaron Klein
    Terrorist group says campaign asked it to keep contact secret until after electionJERUSALEM – Hamas held a meeting in the Gaza Strip several months ago with aides to President-elect Barack Obama, but the terror group was asked to keep the contacts secret until after last week's elections, according to a senior Hamas official. Ahmed Yousef, Hamas' chief political adviser in Gaza, told the leading Al-Hayat Arabic-language newspaper Hamas has maintained regular communication with Obama aides that even continued during the past week. "We were in contact with a number of Obama's aides through the Internet, and later met with some...
  • The Al Qaeda dilemma: How to feel about the election of Barack Obama

    11/07/2008 11:22:43 AM PST · by armyofprinciples · 7 replies · 623+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | 11-6-08
    WASHINGTON - Barack Obama's election has flummoxed Islamic jihadists, who are struggling to decide what it means. Many didn't expect an African-American to win, and now they disagree on how to react to it.... "We will be flexible in dealing with your withdrawal, on the basis that it will not be according to a security agreement with agent parties and an artificial government," the Political Council for the Iraqi Resistance said, according to a SITE Intelligence Group translation. Pulling out won't be a retreat but a "victory for reason and logic," the group added. Other terrorists were divided. "Now is...
  • Hamas Praises Obama, Hopes for 'New Page' in U.S. Relations(Syria nicknames Obama "Abu Hussein")

    11/07/2008 11:44:26 AM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 7 replies · 620+ views ^ | November 7, 2008 | Yoav Stern/AP
    Hamas strongman Mahmoud Zahar on Friday said he hoped that Barack Obama's presidential election victory would open a new page in relations between the U.S. and the Muslim world. However, Zahar said he does not expect immediate change in U.S policy toward Hamas. The Bush administration is boycotting the Palestinian Islamist group, along with most of the international community.
  • Muslim Brotherhood Celebrates Obama's Victory

    11/06/2008 1:47:08 AM PST · by RobinMasters · 10 replies · 889+ views
    Weasel Zippers ^ | November 05, 2008 | Weasel Zippers
    If you voted for Obama, it is..... Amman- The Islamic Action Front (IAF), Jordan's largest political party, on Wednesday expressed guarded optimism over the election of Barak Obama as the next US president and said they considered his win an "apology" from the American people to the peoples of Iraq and Afghanistan. "We welcome Obama's election and believe that his win represents a clear message inside as well as outside America," IAF Secretary General Zaki Bani Ershaid told Deutsche Presse-Agentur. "Obama's victory is also tantamount to an apology from the American people for the crimes committed by the outgoing Republican...
  • Vanity: Where are the pictures of palestinians celebrating?

    11/05/2008 10:51:21 AM PST · by IndependentGary · 25 replies · 3,992+ views
    vanity | self
    Just want to send the pictures to some of my dancing co-workers...
  • Obama victory sparks cheers around the globe

    11/05/2008 12:21:39 PM PST · by americanophile · 27 replies · 1,885+ views
    AP via Yahoo! News ^ | JOHN LEICESTER
    PARIS – Barack Obama's election as America's first black president unleashed a renewed love for the United States after years of dwindling goodwill, and many said Wednesday that U.S. voters had blazed a trail that minorities elsewhere could follow. People across Africa stayed up all night or woke before dawn to watch U.S. history being made, while the president of Kenya — where Obama's father was born — declared a public holiday. In Indonesia, where Obama lived as child, hundreds of students at his former elementary school erupted in cheers when he was declared winner and poured into the courtyard...
  • Hamas praises Obama win as 'historic victory for world'

    11/05/2008 12:57:58 PM PST · by RobinMasters · 17 replies · 984+ views
    WND ^ | NOVEMBER 5, 2008 | Aaron Klein
    JERUSALEM – The Hamas terrorist group believes the election of Sen. Barack Obama is an "historic victory" for the world and an opportunity to change U.S. foreign policy toward engagement with America's foes, Ahmed Yousef, Hamas' chief political adviser in the Gaza Strip, told WND in an exclusive interview today. Yousef, speaking by cell phone from Gaza, said Hamas is drafting a letter of congratulation to be sent tomorrow directly to Obama. He said the current draft of the letter praises the president-elect as "another John F. Kennedy, or great Roosevelt." "We want to be one of the first to...
  • Obama Can Usher In "Era Of Peace", Taliban Says

    11/05/2008 1:18:42 PM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 41 replies · 1,774+ views
    JAWA Report ^ | November 5, 2008 09:13 AM | Stable Hand
    Peace, love and sharia law. ISLAMABAD —The Afghan Taliban on Wednesday called upon U.S. President-elect Barack Obama to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and usher in an ‘‘era of peace’’ in the world. ‘‘We want him (Obama) to change the policies of President Bush. He could end the years-long war by withdrawing U.S. and allied troops from Afghanistan, ‘’ Qari Mohammad Yusuf Ahmadi, spokesman for the Taliban, told the Pakistan-based Afghan Islamic press.Taliban calling out to Obama, how special.
  • (FReep this Digg!!!) Ayers dedicated book to RFK Assassin Sirhan Sirhan

    10/31/2008 3:35:09 PM PDT · by GodGunsGuts · 10 replies · 433+ views
    Digg ^ | October 31, 2008
    FReep this Digg! Post as many links exposing ObamaNation on Digg as possible between now and election! Flood the place! To find Digg links on FR, simply typing "Digg" into FR's keyword search box. To make sure they can be found, type Digg into keyword section of any "FReep this Digg" post. Also remember, if you have time, saturate Digg with conservative articles/videos exposing the ObamaNation! --------- CONFUSED? What do I mean by "Digg to the top"? Click on the article link that leads to Digg. Once there, hit the Digg icon on the left side (need to sign up...
  • Al Qaeda Terrorist Forum Endorses Obama Because He Will Withdraw US Troops From Iraq (Translation)

    10/24/2008 1:25:43 PM PDT · by jveritas · 15 replies · 915+ views
    October 24 2008 | jveritas
    On October 23 2008 the Al Qaeda main terrorist forum called Al Hesbah had a thread endorsing Obama for President. The author of the thread said that Al Qaeda should let Obama be President the same way they let the democrats control Congress in 2006, then after Obama elections Al Qaeda should conduct terrorist attacks against the US which will force Obama to withdraw the US troops from Iraq. Below is the translation of post # 1 of the thread: "Author: "Wissam", date: October 23 2008 In the name of allah, thank allah, and prayer upon the messenger of allah...
  • Al-Qaida-linked Web site backs McCain as president

    10/22/2008 1:07:08 AM PDT · by BIOCHEMKY · 25 replies · 1,974+ views
    AP ^ | Oct. 21, 2008 | PAMELA HESS
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Al-Qaida supporters suggested in a Web site message this week they would welcome a pre-election terror attack on the U.S. as a way to usher in a McCain presidency. The message, posted Monday on the password-protected al-Hesbah Web site, said if al-Qaida wants to exhaust the United States militarily and economically, "impetuous" Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain is the better choice because he is more likely to continue the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. "This requires presence of an impetuous American leader such as McCain, who pledged to continue the war till the last American soldier,"...