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Al-Qaradawi has emerged as a surprise mediator between the US and the Taliban

Obama’s calamitous judgement surfaces again..

“Recent reports that Washington has turned to a leading Muslim Brotherhood jurist to help cut a deal with the Taliban raises a key question: is the United States making a bet that it will come to regret?

That depends on whether the Muslim Brotherhood, the controversial Islamic group that dates back to 1928, has sincerely moderated its views (as its supporters argue) or whether it remains dangerously fundamentalist (as I suspect).

Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a Doha-based Islamist scholar who once called on his followers to back jihadist groups in Jammu and Kashmir, has emerged as a key mediator in secret talks between the U.S. and the Taliban,” The Hindu, India’s third most widely read English newspaper, wrote on December 29.

In fact, The Hindu continued, al-Qaradawi suggested the following deal: the United States would release all of its prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, lift United Nations sanctions against Taliban leaders, and recognize the group as a legitimate political entity; and the Taliban would cut its ties to all transnational groups like al Qaeda, end violence, and share power with the current Afghan government.

The idea that the Muslim Brotherhood can be trusted as an honest broker between the US and the Taliban is stunning and yet that seems to be exactly where Obama stands. The sooner the US regains its sanity the better and that means getting rids of the scourge of this dhimmi in the White House. At this rate, ANY GOP candidate would be better on the basis none of them would be so mad as to want to enlist the help of the Brotherhood.

And as for the trusted go-between Qaradawi himself, here are a few of this thoughts for you to chew on;

‘Throughout history, Allah has imposed upon the (Jews) people who would punish them for their corruption. The last punishment was carried out by Hitler. By means of all the things he did to them – even though they exaggerated this issue – he managed to put them in their place. This was divine punishment for them. Allah willing, the next time will be at the hand of the believers.’

Vicious anti-Semitism  and holocaust denial.

“A homosexual should be given] the same punishment as any sexual pervert – the same as the fornicator…The schools of thought disagree about the punishment. Some say they should be punished like fornicators, and then we distinguish between married and unmarried men, and between married and unmarried women. Some say both should be punished the same way. Some say we should throw them from a high place, like God did with the people of Sodom. Some say we should burn them, and so on.”

Just the sort of guy for the Obama regime to do business with.

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10 thoughts on “SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY…

  1. The very same Quaradawi who has had love ins with Ken Livingstone.
    Know him by his own published written words.

    He’s a strong supporter of suicide bombing.
    He’s a strong supporter of violence against wive’s.
    He’s a strong supporter of killing of homosexuals.

    Is this what you had in mind when you went to war?

    Go read Andrew Gilligan’s blog in the Telegraph to see all about Quaradawi and Ken and the IFE. Truly the US is making deals with the Devil’s eviller twin.

    For shame. Is Barry a secret muslim?

  2. “A homosexual should be given] the same punishment as any sexual pervert …”

    That Santorum’s popping up everywhere!

    Dig – Of course it’s not what anyone had in mind when we went to war, but the wars have been a disaster, so now we’re flailing around looking for a way out, any way out. Admitting error and defeat will not happen, the appearance of cutting and running is unacceptable, so they’re oping to cut a deal, proclaim mission accomplished and pretend it was worth it.

  3. Pete. History has a tendency to repeat itself.

    With a pathology such as Islam IMO if you cut and run admitting a minor defeat now. Then five years down the line you’ll have a much bigger war and closer to home. Appeasement such as Chamberlain’s rarely leads to anything good.

    Vietnam was likely ultimately winnable. What was lacking was the US public’s unwillingness to do what it took to do so. Can you win a war against an insurgency? Yes you can. The UK did so in Kenya against the Mau Mau. But you have to be willing to do what it takes and have some cajones. We don’t have cajones in the west these days.

  4. Dig –

    The American people suffered 60,000 dead, a mega-billion bill and a divided society. Vietnam wasn’t worth it, victory wouldn’t have been worth a greater toll.

    Victory in Afghanistan will mean thousands more dead and another trillion of debt. For what? So it can fall again into chaos when we leave. It will happen anyway. We should cut our losses, stick a label on it and leave.

    Chamberlain’s name always echos, yet the maniacs who cause unnecessary wars often seem to get off lightly. At least Chamberlain had the genuine fear of war and his generation well remembered WWI. I don’t think anyone today can easily dismiss Chamberlain (who was overwhelmingly supported and congratulated by the British people on his return from Munich) when none of us lived through that war first.

    How do you know we’ll have a bigger war down the line if we leave Afghanistan now? It doesn’t necessarily follow. The Taliban or whever else controls the place would, I suspect, would not bother us at all.

  5. Pete

    I am in favour of withdrawal of troops but leave some drones around able to wipe out every Islamofascist possible. It’s the cost effective solution.

  6. part of the defense bill obama just signed had provisions to prevent this and taliban prisoner releases in it, obama added a signing statement saying he could ignore the law passed 100 to 0 by the senate and the majority of the house

    this man thinks he’s king

  7. Well Pete we’re going to disagree on this but I append something for you to chew on.

    How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in many countries. Improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist wherever the followers of the Prophet rule or live. A degraded sensualism deprives this life of its grace and refinement; the next of its dignity and sanctity. The fact that in Mohammedan law every woman must belong to some man as his absolute property – either as a child, a wife, or a concubine – must delay the final extinction of slavery until the faith of Islam has ceased to be a great power among men. Thousands become the brave and loyal soldiers of the Queen: all know how to die but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science, the science against which it had vainly struggled, the civilisation of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilisation of ancient Rome.

    I believe that the Islamofascists are todays’ Barbarians at our gate. Will we fall like Rome did? Not in my name.

  8. Dig –

    Yes, but whether or not we allow islam into our civilisation is in our power. It’s not as if we can’t do anything about it. If you ever voted for a major political party you voted to allow islam in.

    That quote is Churchill, isn’t it? The River War?

    It’s interesting he cites the fall of Rome, a calamity which happened because of imperial overstretch. It need not have happened but endless war, currency debasement, corruption at the power centre and immigration from outside the empire all told in the end.

    Remind you of anywhere?

  9. Yep nailed it.

    Arguably Rome also fell because the people had become too decadent to defend themselves. History does indeed repeat.

  10. The barbarians are inside the gate – but who let them in? As for Chamberlain, he instructed British intelligence services to break the German codes a couple of years before war began, and they were indeed broken. He also instructed Bomber Command to attack German refineries at commencement of hostilities, but he had to retract that order owing to an unwilling Cabinet. The history we are taught was written by Churchill who became PM on the back of a catastrophic campaign in Norway run by the First Sea Lord, Winston Churchill.

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