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Joachim Martillo


http:// www.axis of logic.com/artman/publish/article_24497.shtml

PRESS RELEASE
Emails show pro-Israel anti-Mosque Campaign in Boston

Summary: The David Project conspired with real estate agents, lawyers and politicians to organize a campaign to deny the Boston Muslim community their 1st amendment rights to worship freely.

Contact: Karin Friedemann karima4483@aol.com.
World View News Service
May 8, 2007
Read the original emails at: http: //tinyurl. com/ 23adhf

miss kelly

Joachim/Thors,
I left the URLs in your comment, as well as the summary of your wife's press release. I deleted the text of the press release however. Someone will have to click to read the whole thing, which I do recommend. It's quite something, although not as exciting as the "The Night of Power" article from Al-Jazeerah (http://www.solomonia.com/blog/archives/004923.shtml).

Joachim Martillo

Mary/Miss Kelly,
The urls are all broken with extra spaces or the inclusion of punctuation.

As for the "Night of Power" email, Karin's style is not mine, but she did a fairly good job of recasting the American prairie progressive political tradition with Islamic terminology.

If you want to read violent religious-political rhetorical excesses, you should check out 19th century politicized preachers that denounce the evil of the gold standard. Hagee's bloodthirsty fanatic Christian Zionist racist sermons are cut from the same cloth.

If you want to be disturbed by an article from a religious person, take a look at "The Virtue of Hate" by Meir Soloveitchik ( see http://www.firstthings.com/article.php3?id_article=443 ). In point of fact, from the standpoint of religion there really is not much difference between Judaism and Christianity (or Islam) with regard to forgiveness.

Soloveitchik confuses Eastern European cultural attitudes shared by Eastern European Jews, Christians and Muslims with religious doctrine. A student of Catholicism with a similar confusion might study Sicilians look at some of the more blood-curdling passages of the bible and then write about the centrality of the vendetta as a Roman Catholic practice.

miss kelly

Yes, the URLs are broken up with extra spaces, but anyone who uses the internet would figure out to remove those spaces. I'm not interested in direct links to your material.

Not sure what to make of your other stuff. You have a unique perspective.

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