So it seems that either 1) the Kerry camp and bin Laden are communicating or 2) al Qaida has teamed with Soros to become a 527. You be the judge...
Saturday, October 30, 2004
Friday, October 29, 2004
Wednesday, October 20, 2004
Pupils from a nearby Muslim school will visit classes in the town's public schools to educate their counterparts in Islam. They will be accompanied by something called 'a multicultural trainer' named Afeefa Syeed.
In Herndon, during this month of Ramadan (which began Friday), there will be explanations of the fasting month and 'role-playing' that requires students to recite Muslim sacred words and imitate their prayer practices. "
Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Monday, October 18, 2004
Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Here is a link to the original story...
Yikes! This is a must read...
"Spain celebrated its National Day on Tuesday with a military parade that added French troops and snubbed the United States by dropping U.S. Marines, who had participated in recent years.
Forty-eight soldiers from a French regiment marched along Madrid's main boulevard in recognition of the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Paris from Nazi occupation. "
Ah, yes, the famous photos of Spanish troops liberating France, while the Yanks sat on their hands...
USA Today October 13, 2004 Pg. 8
It is my personal opinion that this is a killing field,” said Greg Kehoe, a U.S. lawyer working with the Iraqi tribunal preparing a case against Saddam. “Someone used this field … to take bodies up there, and to take people up there and execute them.”
Kehoe, who spent five years in the former Yugoslavia, added: “I've … been doing gravesites for a long time, but I've never seen anything like this — women and children executed for no apparent reason.
“It's a perfect place for execution,” he said.
The victims are believed to be Kurds killed in 1987-88. One trench contains only women and children, apparently killed by small-arms fire. Another contains only men, apparently killed with machine guns.
Kehoe said the women and children had been taken from their villages with their belongings, including pots and pans. They were shot, then bulldozed into the trench.
Some women died holding their children. One young boy still held a ball in his tiny arms. The body of a mother clutches her baby. The infant was shot in the back of the head, the mother in the face. A thick stench hangs over the site.
“The youngest fetus we have was 18 to 20 fetal weeks. Tiny bones, femurs, thighbones the size of a matchstick,” said investigating anthropologist P. Willey of California.