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People from Jihadi countries on Think Progress

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

People from Jihadi countries on Think Progress: “

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Ever since I posted a story on my blog  about Think Progress watch and then linked it to Think Progress the map on my blog started to show middle Eastern Countries like Saudi Arabia and Iran. I think many of Think Progresses members are really against from foriegn countires that are trying to brain wash americans in order to build a 5th column.

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Anti Semitism on Think Progress

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

Check out the new site think progress watch by clicking the link bellow. Think Progress is a waste land of anti american and anti semitic thought that is run by Faiz Shakir who supports terrorism against America and american interest abroad. He accepts saudi funds to run think progress a site that brainwashes people to hate America. It has been rumored that he recruits members from Think Progress into terrorist cells. So check out Think Progress watch and find out what our enemy is doing to try to create a 5th column here.

Anti Semitism on TP: “

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TP allows Antisemitism at TP!

2 posters # 2 kdoug and #8 Katy,have called Liebermann, LIEbermann. Reapeating an Old Anti-Semtic accusation of lying Jews. TP I see you and Stormfront share posters!

Click the link above to see!

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UPDATE: Rice wins [more] concessions from Israel !!

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

more bad news. I can’t believe Israel is giving in to Rice or that she is representing the American people. Rice is a jihadi stooge and must be stopped.

UPDATE: Rice wins [more] concessions from Israel !!: “

Just last month,

In an interview with the Jordanian daily al-Dustur, Abbas said that he was opposed to an armed struggle against Israel – for the time being.

‘At this present juncture, I am opposed to armed struggle because we cannot succeed in it, but maybe in the future things will be different,’ he said.

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Associated Press:

Israel and the Palestinians agreed Sunday to a series of ‘concrete steps’ aimed at paving the way for a final peace agreement later this year, beginning with Israel’s pledge to remove some West Bank roadblocks.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, visiting the region for the second time this month in hopes of energize faltering talks, said the moves ‘constitute a very good start to improving’ a Palestinian economy crippled by the Israeli restrictions.

Under the plan that Rice announced, Israel will remove about 50 roadblocks, upgrade checkpoints to speed up the movement of Palestinians through the West Bank and give Palestinians more security responsibility in the town of Jenin with an eye toward looking at ‘other areas in turn.’

The Israelis also pledged to increase the number of travel and work permits it gives Palestinians and to support economic projects in Palestinian towns.

In return, the Palestinians promised to improve policing of Jenin ‘to provide law and order, and work to prevent terror,’ according to a State Department statement released shortly before Rice spoke….

‘We’ve been told that this is going to start and, hopefully even be completed in a relatively short period of time,’ Rice told reporters. ‘I am expecting it to happen very, very soon.’

‘We will be monitoring and verifying,’ she added.

The agreement includes:

  • removing 50 travel barriers in and around Jenin, Tulkarem, Qalqiliya and Ramallah.
  • dismantling of one permanent roadblock.
  • deploying 700 Jordanian-trained Palestinian police in Jenin and allowing them to take delivery of armored vehicles.
  • raising the number of Palestinian businessmen allowed into Israel to 1,500 from 1,000.
  • increasing the number of work permits for Palestinian laborers by 5,000 from its current number of 18,500.
  • building new housing for Palestinians in 25 villages.
  • connecting Palestinian villages to the Israeli power grid.
  • Israeli support for large-scale economic development programs and encouragement of foreign investment.

Palestinian ‘businessmen’ ? Who woulda thunk it?

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… graffiti says ‘Palestine’ …

Just one question. Why is it that housing for Arabs is part and parcel of the ‘peace process,’ but housing for Jews is an ‘obstacle to peace’ ??

I guess everyone is assuming that Jews have no future in a post-peace-process world.

Gd forbid.

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Islam – be offended!

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

Islam – be offended!: “




‘The only reward of those who make war upon Allah and His messenger and strive
after corruption in the land will be that they will be killed or crucified, or
have their hands and feet on alternate sides cut off, or will be expelled out of
the land. Such will be their degradation in the world, and in the Hereafter
theirs will be an awful doom.’
— Qur’an 5:33

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Vatican: Islam is the world’s largest religion

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

The dark is rising. Expect an increased number of terrorist attacks and rioting over comics.

Vatican: Islam is the world’s largest religion: “”

Islam has surpassed Roman Catholicism as the world’s largest religion, the Vatican newspaper said Sunday.
“For the first time in history, we are no longer at the top: Muslims have overtaken us,” Monsignor Vittorio Formenti said in an interview with the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano. Formenti compiles the Vatican’s yearbook.
He said that Catholics accounted for 17.4 percent of the world population – a stable percentage – while Muslims were at 19.2 percent.
“It is true that while Muslim families, as is well known, continue to make a lot of children, Christian ones on the contrary tend to have fewer and fewer,” the monsignor said.

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Obama marched with Farrakhan

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

It looks like Obama is finally getting exposed for what he really thinks.

Obama marched with Farrakhan: “

Can this get any worse? Post below lifted from Weekly Standard. See the original for links

Hugh Hewitt links a 1995 profile of Obama in the Chicago Reader. It’s worth reading in full. He shares his views on black churches and the Christian Right, and he makes clear his preference for ‘collective action’ over individualism. And at the end, after discussing his participation in Minister Farrakhan’s Million Man March:

‘But cursing out white folks is not going to get the job done. Anti-Semitic and anti-Asian statements are not going to lift us up. We’ve got some hard nuts-and-bolts organizing and planning to do. We’ve got communities to build.’

It doesn’t seem like Barack had any real problem with cursing out white folks or making anti-Semitic and anti-Asian statements, it’s just not as productive as he’d like. It’s the same when he discusses the ‘wonderful preachers’ in Chicago. ‘As soon as church lets out,’ he says, ‘the energy dissipates.’ You see it’s not enough to just say ‘God Damn America’ on Sunday, you have to organize your community and get on with the damning come Monday.

Update: Since Hugh’s linked back here…in response to his question (’Did many mainstream Dems join that march?’), the short answer is no. Only two members of Congress attended, as did a couple of mayors (including Marion Barry), Rev. Jesse Jackson, and Al Sharpton. President Clinton gave a speech endorsing the goals of the march, but condemning its organizer.

At the time Clinton said ‘One million men are right to be standing up for personal responsibility, but one million men do not make right one man’s message of malice and division.’ He did not refer to Farrakhan by name, but in retrospect this looks like pretty strong stuff compared to Obama’s ‘Anti-Semitic and anti-Asian statements are not going to lift us up.’ And of course Clinton didn’t actually attend the march.

Posted by John Ray. For a daily critique of Leftist activities, see DISSECTING LEFTISM. For a daily survey of Australian politics, see AUSTRALIAN POLITICS Also, don’t forget your summary of Obama news and commentary at OBAMA WATCH

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Israel pledges to remove 50 West Bank roadblocks

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

I think this is a mistake. Israel should be putting up more roadblocks to protect its people instead of taking them down. If any terrorist gets through the government that is allowing the decrease of security measures is going to have more blood on its hands.

'Israel pledges to remove 50 West Bank roadblocks': “THE JERUSALEM POST
Mar. 30, 2008

Israel and the Palestinians on Sunday agreed to a series of ‘concrete steps’ aimed at paving the way for a final peace agreement later this year, beginning with a pledge to remove some 50 roadblocks in the West Bank, US officials said.

The officials, traveling with US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, also said the Palestinians had agreed to step up their efforts to ‘prevent terror’ in the West Bank.

The US issued its statement after Rice met with Defense Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salaam Fayad in Jerusalem. It said the two men had agreed on ‘concrete steps’ to implement the road map. ‘This is a program that will improve the daily lives of Palestinians and help make Israel secure,’ the statement said.

It continued by saying Israel would remove about 50 roadblocks and take other immediate steps to speed up the movement of Palestinians through other West Bank travel barriers. It did not say which roadblocks would be removed, saying only that Israel would focus on ‘points of special immediate emphasis.’

In its statement, the US said Barak and Fayad agreed Palestinian security forces in the West Bank must assume ‘greater responsibility.’

The statement added the Palestinians would soon deploy additional security forces in the West Bank town of Jenin and ‘work to prevent terror.’

Last week, Barak said he had agreed to let the Palestinians deploy some 600 Jordanian-trained officers in the West Bank town.

The statement also said the two sides agreed Sunday to take new steps to promote economic development in the West Bank.

Among the new measures are plans to build new housing for Palestinians in 25 villages, connecting Palestinian villages to the Israeli power grid and an agreement by Israel to allow larger numbers of Palestinian laborers and businessmen to work inside Israel.

‘We all want to work hard for the improvements that can lead to a successful conclusion of the Annapolis process,’ said Rice at a press conference with Barak and Fayad following their meeting.

‘We have just had a very good meeting. We are discussing the situation on the ground and the importance of improvement in that situation along the lines of one of the Annapolis tracks. I am pleased to say that the two gentlemen have met before I was here and they have said they will continue to meet as is necessary,’ continued the secretary of state.

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More Iranian Weapons found in Iraq

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

I have found this informative article on Atlas Shrugs 

More Iranian Weapons found in Iraq: “

Iran_weapons_iraqForgive me if I repeat myself, Bill Rogggio has the report over at The Long War – by G-d without men like Roggio and Totten where would we get the news over there? Read the whole thing here. (hat tip rut)

Iran establishedthe Ramazan Corps in western Iran to manage the covert war inside Iraq inearly 2003. The Ramazan Corps is an arm of Qods Force, the special operationsbranch of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps. The Ramazan Corps isresponsible for smuggling weapons and cash into the Mahdi Army and the SpecialGroups terror cells, as well as recruiting and training Iraqi operatives.

I said this last week and I will say it again. Everyone is talking about should we or shouldn’t we go to war with Iran, take out their nukes. The thing is, IRAN IS ALREADY AT WAR WITH US waging it the most effective way they know, through Iranian foreign legions (Hamas, Hezb’Allah) and their proxy Syria.Just because we (in the West) wont acknowledge it, or prefer toignore it, doesnt mean it doesnt exist. It means you forfeit. In anybattle, war or any ‘competition’, if you fail to show up, you lose.Israel is the merely the club Islam chooses to bat about the head of the US (and the West)

 

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Boycott the United Nations!

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

The United Nations supports dictators and fascism while oppressing free speech and liberty. The purpose that it was created for has been usurped by Islamo-fasicst. Any organization that condemns Israel for defending itself but can not condemn the murder of innocent children studying in a yeshiva by terrorist should not exist or be supported. Doesn’t anyone else find it strange that jihadis have transformed a world body created to prevent another world war into an organization that passes judgment on movies and issues bizarre decrees like calling zionist racist.

I don’t agree with everything from the site bellow but I think they are right on with this article.

Boycott the United Nations!: “The Fjordman Report
The noted blogger Fjordman is filing this report via Gates of Vienna.
For a complete Fjordman blogography, see The Fjordman Files. There is also a multi-index listing here.


Ban Ki-MoonThe United Nation’sSecretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned Wilder’s movie Fitna as ‘offensively anti-Islamic,’ and said that ‘There is no justification for hate speech or incitement to violence.’ Does that mean that the UN is now going to ban the Koran, which does both? As Robert Spencer commented, ‘What exactly is ‘hate speech’ about quoting Qur’an verses and then showing Muslim preachers using those verses to exhort people to commit acts of violence, as well as violent acts committed by Muslims inspired by those verses and others?’

Earlier in March, the U.N. Human Rights Council, which is dominated by Muslim countries, passed a resolution saying it is deeply concerned about the defamation of religions and urging governments to prohibit it. The only religion specified is Islam. The document was put forward by the Organization of the Islamic Conference, the largest voting bloc at the UN, sponsored by Saudi money.

I have been saying for a long time that trying to export ‘democracy’ to Islamic countries is pointless. Islam can be compatible with ‘democracy’ in the limited sense of voting rights and majority rule, but this has never automatically implied individual liberty. (See my online booklet Is Islam Compatible With Democracy?)

It’s a sick joke that American soldiers are bleeding literally and American taxpayers financially to export ‘democracy’ to Iraq while Muslims are exporting sharia to us. Freedom is free speech, that’s the simplest, and maybe the truest, definition of it. Muslims are trying to use the UN to limit free speech across the world, which basically means putting the entire world under Islamic rule.

My view of the United Nations is quite clear: It is at best irrelevant. At best.

Burning flagsIncreasingly, it is turning into an outright enemy, an enemy funded by us but used to attack us. I don’t know about anybody else, but I’m goddam tired of sponsoring enemies, at home and abroad. I’m all for boycotting the UN and making it truly irrelevant by bleeding it dry for funds and ultimately withdrawing from it.

Even if we are in a weak phase, which we are, we are still a civilization of vastly superior resources. Muslims have lots of oil and lots of babies and lots of aggression, but that’s all they have. Otherwise, they’re a spectacular failure. We need them for very little. They need us for virtually everything. Their greatest flaw is their arrogance. Muslims are arrogant losers.

We should exploit that. We should separate ourselves from the Islamic world as much as possible. They will suffer far more from this than we will. We can start by boycotting the UN, which is now little more than a tool for global sharia, and the Arab Muslims of the West Bank and Gaza, who reinvented themselves as ‘Palestinians’ and started whining at the UN after the Israelis kicked their collective behinds in 1967.

Mahathir MohamadI notice former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad calls upon Muslims worldwide to boycott Dutch products. I’m all for boycotts of and by Muslims. The more, the merrier. In case somebody forgot, Mr. Mahathir held the notorious speech at the OIC conference in 2003, where he said that the Jews rule the world by proxy and that Muslims must unite to achieve a final victory over them. Not everybody remembers that he also boasted about the age when’Europeans had to kneel at the feet of Muslim scholars in order to access their own scholastic heritage.’

Somebody should remind him that the so-called ‘golden age’ of Islam was a result of a still-majority or near-majority non-Muslim population. As soon as that majority declined, due to harassment and discrimination, the Islamic world never recovered. Malaysia is sometimes portrayed as an economically successful Muslim nation, but that is because it only recently became majority Muslim and still has a large Chinese, Indian and other non-Muslim minority. Since Islam is becoming more aggressive and Muslims increase discrimination of non-Muslims, infidels will leave, and Malaysia will gradually be reduced to just another failed sharia state.

We should all be happy if Muslims boycott us. When they feel so unwelcome that they stop coming to our countries, we will be making progress.

Some older posts on the subject:
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Recommendations for the West

The best way to deal with the Islamic world is to have as little to do with it as possible. We should ban Muslim immigration. This could be done in creative and indirect ways, such as banning immigration from nations with citizens known to be engaged in terrorist activities. We should remove all Muslim non-citizens currently in the West. We should also change our laws to ensure that Muslim citizens who advocate sharia, preach Jihad, the inequality of ‘infidels’ and of women should have their citizenship revoked and be deported back to their country of origin.

The muezzinsWe need to create an environment where the practice of Islam is made difficult. Muslim citizens should be forced to either accept our secular ways or leave if they desire sharia. Much of this can be done in a non-discriminatory way, by simply refusing to allow special pleading to Muslims. Do not allow the Islamic public call to prayer as it is offensive to other faiths. All children, boys and girls should take part in all sporting and social activities of the school and the community. The veil should be banned in all public institutions, thus also contributing to breaking the traditional subjugation of women. Companies and public buildings should not be forced to build prayer rooms for Muslims. Enact laws to eliminate the abuse of family reunification laws. Do not permit major investments by Muslims in Western media or universities.

Oxen in YemenRight now, Muslims can enjoy the best of both worlds: Following medieval religious laws while enjoying the fruits of 21st century civilization. We need to drive home the utter failure of the Islamic model by making sure that Muslims should no longer able to count on permanent Western or infidel aid in their overpopulated, self-primitivized states, whose very unviability they are prevented from recognizing by this constant infusion of aid.

I’m advocating isolating the Islamic world, not the West. Even if we cannot allow all non-Muslims to freely settle in our lands, this does not mean that they have to be our enemies. Jihad is being waged against the entire non-Muslim world, not just the West. We should stop trying to ‘win the hearts and minds’ of Muslims and start reaching out to non-Muslims.

No to the EUSSR!For Europe, the most important thing to do right now is to dismantle the European Union in its present form, and regain national control over our borders and our legislation. The EU is so deeply flawed as an organization, and so heavily infiltrated by Eurabian and pro-Islamic thinking that it simply cannot be reformed. And let’s end the stupid support for the Palestinians that the Eurabians have encouraged, and start supporting our cultural cousin, Israel.

Why the Future May Not Belong to Islam

Seaborne believes that many people are underestimating the strength of Islam. Perhaps, but some observers, including Mark Steyn and Mr. Seaborne himself, may be overestimating it. They overlook the fact that Islam has many weaknesses, too. Don’t underestimate your enemy. Muslims should be credited for making clever use of our weaknesses, but this ‘we’re all doomed and have already lost’ theme is overblown.

We should implement a policy of containment of the Islamic world. I’m not saying that containment is all that we will ever need to do, but it is the very minimum that is acceptable. Perhaps the spread of nuclear weapons technology, the darkest side of globalization, will trigger a large-scale war with the Islamic world at some point. The only way to avoid this is to take steps, including military ones, to deprive Muslims of such technology.

We should restrain their ability to hurt us physically. We can’t prevent it completely, but we should limit it as much as possible. Muslims try to wear us down through terrorism. They should be worn down through mockery and criticism. We should also make clear that for every Islamic terror attack we will increase these efforts, which Muslims fear more than our weapons. It’s the new balance of terror.

Koenraad ElstDr Koenraad Elst, one of Belgium’s best orientalists, thinks ‘Islam is in decline, despite its impressive demographic and military surge’ — which according to Dr Elst is merely a ‘last upheaval.’ He acknowledges, however, that this decline can take some time (at least in terms of the individual human life span) and that it is possible that Islam will succeed in becoming the majority religion in Europe before collapsing.

Dalrymple is probably correct when he says that Islam is an ‘all or nothing’ religion which cannot be secularized. The future may not belong to Islam, as Mark Steyn suggests. It is conceivable that Islam in some generations will cease to be a global force of any significance, but in the meantime it will be a constant source of danger to its neighbors, from Europe through India to Southeast Asia. The good news is that Islam may not be able to achieve the world dominance it desires. The bad news is that it may be able to achieve a world war. We can only cage it as much as possible and try to prevent this from happening.

Farewell to the United Nations?

David LittmanHistorian David Littman is a representative to the United Nations (Geneva) of the Association for World Education. He has spent years tracking the rise of Islamic influence at the UN. According to him, ‘In recent years, representatives of some Muslim states have demanded, and often received, special treatment at the United Nations.’ ‘As a result, non-diplomatic terms such as ‘blasphemy’ and ‘defamation of Islam’ have seeped into the United Nations system, leading to a situation in which non-Muslim governments accept certain rules of conduct in conformity with Islamic law (the Shari’a) and acquiesce to a self-imposed silence regarding topics touching on Islam.’

I do not have all the answers to how such a post-UN world will be like. The most important principle at this point is to isolate and contain the Islamic world. We simply cannot allow our enemies to have direct influence over our policies, which they partly do have through the UN. Is it unrealistic to talk about the collapse of the EU and the UN? I don’t know. The UN was created in the aftermath of WW2. It survived the Cold War, but now we are rapidly entering into a new world war. My bet is that we will see huge changes in world affairs in the near future, at least as large as those which laid the foundations for the UN to begin with. Whatever usefulness the UN may have had was lost decades ago. It is today of little use to us, but of significant use to our enemies. The time has come to say farewell to the United Nations.


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Convention of Black Churches PRAISE OBAMAs Minister

Posted by avideditor on March 30, 2008

Convention of Black Churches PRAISE OBAMAs Minister: “

If Martin Luther King Jr. were pastoring a church today, it would look very much like Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Ill., and the sermons you would hear him preach would sound very much’ like Wright’s, Rev. Frederick Haynes III, senior pastor at Friendship West Baptist Church, said.

I very much doubt Rev Haynes, I think if Rev King were a alive today he would be slapping Wright across the face for being such a hate monger. On Friday night Wright was scheduled to be honored at the State of the Black Church Summit, sponsored by Fort Worth’s Brite Divinity School, but he didn’t attend because of security reasons. But the love for Senator Obama’s mentor was still there. At least I think so, is this the week Obama cannot disassociate himself from Wright or is it the week that he throws Wright under the bus—I get so confused sometimes:

Black summit pastors defend Obama preacher

Democrat presidential contender Barack Obama may have distanced himself from his former pastor after video clips many criticized as hateful and racist were broadcast by the media, but a group of influential black ministers and religious scholars are refusing to budge, saying Rev. Jeremiah Wright is only ‘guilty of loving the United States enough to tell the truth.’

Wright had been scheduled for several months to be honored at the State of the Black Church Summit last night, sponsored by Fort Worth’s Brite Divinity School, located on the campus of Texas Christian University, but the retired Chicago pastor announced he would not attend over security concerns. Wright also declined to attend a banquet tonight in his honor, since moved to Paul Quinn College in Dallas for security reasons, reported the Fort Worth Star-Telegram..

While most of the summit was not open to the media, about 20 attending pastors and scholars held a news conference today at Dallas’ Friendship West Baptist Church to defend Wright and the black church.

‘What is eminently clear is the degree to which the black church is still largely misunderstood and routinely caricatured in U.S. popular culture. … We now realize why the 11 o’clock hour on Sunday is the most segregated hour of the week,’ said Stacey Floyd-Thomas, who teaches ethics and directs black church studies at Brite.

‘It’s news to you,’ she said. ‘Black America has long known about the tradition of religious formation within mainline white congregations. Now, for the very first time in history, mainline America, white America is finding out something about its black church.’

Wright’s sermons, the summit pastors said, were a continuation of the same long-standing black tradition of ‘prophetic preaching’ that produced Dr. Martin Luther King.

‘If Martin Luther King Jr. were pastoring a church today, it would look very much like Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Ill., and the sermons you would hear him preach would sound very much’ like Wright’s, Rev. Frederick Haynes III, senior pastor at Friendship West Baptist Church, said.

King, Floyd-Thomas noted, once called America ‘the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today,’ adding that the slain civil rights leader had been scheduled to deliver a sermon titled ‘Why America May Go to Hell’ on the Sunday after he was assassinated in 1968, the Dallas Morning News reported.

‘Standing in the rich tradition of the African-American church, if he is guilty of anything, this loving father, this prophetic pastor, this former U.S. Marine is guilty of loving the United States enough to tell the truth,’ she said.

Also speaking on behalf of the embattled pastor was his cousin Rev. Dennis Wiley of Covenant Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., who defended Wright’s sermons, noting that when he speaks, ‘he has done his research. He will not just talk off the top of his head.’

As WND has reported, Wright used his pulpit to accuse the U.S. of knowing about the planned attack on Pearl Harbor prior to the 1941 Japanese attack and to blame the government for developing the HIV virus to target blacks.

‘We have learned in recent days that you cannot reduce any black church to a monolith, much less a sound bite,’ said Haynes, who charged the press with reducing the black church to a stereotype.

‘We recognize that the body of the work of Jeremiah Wright Jr. is not limited to a sound bite that has been taken out of context for the political pretext of those who have agendas that are contrary to the healing of our nation,’ he said.

Haynes, who is a close friend of Wright, said he had spoken by phone with the former pastor Thursday night and said Wright and his family are hurt by the media coverage.

‘He’s very human,’ Haynes said. ‘He’s hurt that the portrayal in the media has his daughters crying.’

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