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Wednesday, March 30, 2005

An Unholy Alliance

Aryan Nation leader reaches out to al Qaeda
SEBRING, Florida (CNN) -- A couple of hours up the road from where some September 11 hijackers learned to fly, the new head of Aryan Nation is praising them -- and trying to create an unholy alliance between his white supremacist group and al Qaeda.

"You say they're terrorists, I say they're freedom fighters. And I want to instill the same jihadic feeling in our peoples' heart, in the Aryan race, that they have for their father, who they call Allah."

Kreis wants to make common cause with al Qaeda because, he says, they share the same enemies: Jews and the American government.

As we ended our interview, we asked Kreis if he had any message for Osama bin Laden and his lieutenants.

"The message is, the cells are out here and they are already in place," Kreis said. "They might not be cells of Islamic people, but they are here and they are ready to fight."
What is WRONG with these people?

Could someone please get him a ticket to Guantanamo? I think he could use a break!


Blogger Louise said...

This is hilarious. I can see the looney left squirming and spinning. How will they deal with their new bedfellow?

March 30, 2005 2:43 pm  
Blogger Adam said...

It's interesting to note that Heinrich Himmler admired jihadists all the way back in the days of the Nazi government. He was active during WWII in recruiting Bosnian Muslims to their own SS division (although those that actually volunteered were a tiny minority of the Bosnian population).

There is the story of the viciously anti-semitic Amin Al-Husseini, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, on the payroll of the Nazis.

And as you know, Saddam's Ba'ath (and today Syria's) was modeled on the Nazi Party. Saddam's uncle Kharaillah Tulfah was involved in the pro-Nazi coup in Baghdad in 1941...

I'm not sure how jihad, fascism, and the anti-semitic Nazi movement are tied together, but they've always had these connections...

Extremists, though representing a tiny minority of "Islamic", "American", "Christian", "Arab" or "European" cultures, can cause so much damage.

March 31, 2005 12:21 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Louise- your comment suggests that the left's bedfellows include the terrorists. Nothing could be further from the truth. The Left, internationally, was the first to denounce such groups, even in the days when these groups were officially liberating Afghnaistan in the eighties. This was at the time when neo-Taliban and their criminal gangs had YOUR support, no doubt.

July 01, 2005 9:26 am  

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