In a previous post concerning the radical Muslim leader invited to speak at Obama's DNC convention, I remarked, America will have to stop the Democrats if we hope to win the war on the West by Islamic jihad.
How right I am. Obama's wide support in Islamic countries and among Islamic jihad leadership is well documented.
Hamas has endorsed Obama, Obama to convene a summit of Islamic nations to address their grievances should he ascend to the Presidency, tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from a Hamas Gaza Rafah refugee camp, Arab Campaigns for Hussein Obama, terrorist fundraisers for Obama, "Palestinian" Gazans campaigning in Gaza, Obama's ties to funding terrorists, Mosques preaching Obama: Muslims vote Inshalla, and widespread support across the Arab world.
Obama has categorically stated that he would meet with the rogue terrorist regime in Iran. A regime that has promised the removal of Israel and death to America. Biden, not surprisingly, is a tool for the Iranian jihad as well.
Breaking News: Joe Biden, Friend of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Family Security Matters
Sen. Joe Biden – Barack Obama’s eagerly anticipated running mate – should be named an honorary soldier in Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). We’re all familiar with the IRGC: Iran’s unique corps of Islamist fighters who have been directly involved in deadly attacks against U.S. soldiers in Iraq – even Afghanistan – threatening our ships in the Persian Gulf; and organizing, training, equipping, funding, and providing direct operational support to Lebanon-based Hezbollah (perhaps the most dangerous terrorist army on earth). And that’s just for starters.
- Ramadan Adassi, leader of the Al Aqsa Brigades terror group in the West
Bank's Anskar refugee camp, pointed to Obama's rise to stardom as "an important
success. He won popularity in spite of the Zionists and the
- Abu Hamed, leader of the Al Aqsa Brigades in the northern Gaza Strip,
explained Democrat candidates' anti-war positions "prove that important leaders
are understanding the situation differently and are understanding the price and
the consequences of the American policy in Iraq and in the world."
- Muhammad Saadi, a senior leader of Islamic Jihad in the northern West Bank
town of Jenin, said talk of withdrawal from Iraq makes him feel "proud."
- "As Arabs and Muslims we feel proud of this talk," he told me for my book.
"Very proud from the great successes of the Iraqi resistance. This success that
brought the big superpower of the world to discuss a possible
- Abu Abdullah, a leader of Hamas' military wing in the Gaza Strip, was more direct: the policy of withdrawal, he stated, "proves the strategy of the resistance is the right strategy against the occupation."
What about dialogue with America's enemies, such as sit-downs with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that Obama has so fervently advocated?
Muhammad Abdel-Al, spokesman and a senior leader of the Popular Resistance Committees terror group, recently explained U.S. willingness to negotiate and initiate dialogue "shows the Islamic resistance is bringing the giant [America] to its knees."
"It would be a great achievement complimented [sic] by more and more dead American soldiers they will carry in coffins to the U.S.," said Abdel-Al. (more here.)
His book in Indonesia was translated from Audacity of Hope to Obama's Jihad: Jakarta to the Whitehouse
UPDATE: M0re on Jihad Joe from astute Atlas reader "spectre":
Let's not forget this post 9/11 "solution" from Biden:
"Still, some Democrats worry that Biden's flapping tongue could cause p.r. problems down the road. "There probably should be some small concern," says the Democratic strategist. Any wrongheaded declaration by Biden "would not be deliberate; it would not be that he stopped being a team player and decided to go out and conduct foreign policy on his own. It would be just that he was out there and talking."
At the Tuesday-morning meeting with committee staffers, Biden launches into a stream-of-consciousness monologue about what his committee should be doing, before he finally admits the obvious: "I'm groping here." Then he hits on an idea: America needs to show the Arab world that we're not bent on its destruction. "Seems to me this would be a good time to send, no strings attached, a check for $200 million to Iran," Biden declares. He surveys the table with raised eyebrows, a How do ya like that? look on his face.
The staffers sit in silence. Finally somebody ventures a response: "I think they'd send it back." Then another aide speaks up delicately: "The thing I would worry about is that it would almost look like a publicity stunt." Still another reminds Biden that an Iranian delegation is in Moscow that very day to discuss a $300 million arms deal with Vladimir Putin that the United States has strongly condemned. But Joe Biden is barely listening anymore. He's already moved on to something else."
Because, the right approach with Iran would be to address their "emotional needs":
"Senator Joseph Biden said that even if Iran was a full democracy like India, it would want nuclear capability, like India. What the world needed to address was Iran's emotional needs, he said, with a nonaggression pact." (here)
Biden appears to believe that what is happening in the Muslim world is our fault. An incredible position to take by any rational measure. So incredible, in fact, that it makes him the perfect sidekick for an Obama run for the White House.
“This is bullshit, this is malarkey. This is outrageous, for the president of the United States to go to a foreign country, to sit in the Knesset ... and make this kind of ridiculous statement.”...
“He is the guy who has weakened us,” he said. “He has increased the number of terrorists in the world. It is his policies that have produced this vulnerability that the U.S. has. It’s his [own] intelligence community [that] has pointed this out, not me.”
Biden the appeaser:
Remarks by Joseph R. Biden, Jr. "Prospects for Progress: America and Iran After 9-11"
Today, I would like to share with you my views on United States policy toward Iran and the kind of relationship I believe Iran and the United States should have. To save you the suspense, the short answer is — a much better relationship than we currently enjoy.
I say this for one simple reason — I believe that an improved relationship with Iran is in the naked self-interest of the United States of America.
Not to mention the 12th mahdi.
And then there's this: Consequences of Biden’s Pro-Muslim Lobbying in the Balkans