wife of ‘Imam’ Feisal Abdul Rauf, the founder of
the proposed mosque three blocks away from ground zero in lower
Manhattan has further fanned the flames of the controversy by
comparing opposition to the project to a hatred of Jews.
"We are deeply concerned, because this is like a metastasized
antisemitism," Daisy Khan said in an interview with ABC
News on Sunday.
Ms. Khan is an executive director of the American Society for
Muslim Advancement (ASMA), putting her at the forefront of the
proposed 15-story Cordoba House building, along with her husband
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf.
As we reported in
our article last Friday, Imam Rauf is a sitting
member of the ultra elitist Council On Foreign Relations (CFR)
and in his role at ASMA has also received financial backing
for the mosque from powerful globalist sources including the
Rockefellers and the Carnegie Corporation.
Employees of the Cordoba Initiative have refused to comment
on the connection, with
one stating that "It is not necessary to disclose"
who is funding the mosque.
has since emerged that evangelist Jim Wallis and
his Sojourners publication, the CFR's "Christian"
backers of the Cordoba project, are heavily backed by the left
arm of the globalist franchise, billionaire George Soros’
Open Society Institute.
report revealed that Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin
Talal, the co-owner of News Corp., the parent company of Fox
News, has also directly funded Rauf’s projects to the
tune of more than $300,000.
It seems that every elite tentacle is extending itself into
the mosque project.
This information provides a compelling backdrop to the theory
that the move to establish the mosque is a deliberate attempt
to further stoke religious tensions and divert attention away
from the real enemy of free humanity, the corporate globalist
elite who continue to profit from global war and division.
Scenes at the proposed site, some two minutes walk away from
the World Trade Center complex, have become heated, with clashes
between protesters both for and against the mosque.
The media is today playing up a video showing protesters confronting
an African American man who they presumed was a muslim, but
in fact was not:
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The controversy also serves to enforce the mythical and completely
unproven official story that radical muslims were behind the
Construction of the mosque is due to begin on September 11
next year - the tenth anniversary of the attacks.
Steve Watson is the London based writer
and editor at Alex Jones' Infowars.net, and regular contributor
to Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International
Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham