Monday, October 05, 2009

Faith-Based Meeting Between the Nazis and the Jihad

Sunday, October 04, 2009
by Baron Bodissey
Our Flemish correspondent VH has translated this brief article from Het Vrije Volk, and added a few quotes from other sources. The article is from the right-hand column of HVV, which has no separate URL:
Interfaith Conference with stale folk
By the editors of Het Vrije VolkLast week, Muslim radicals and neo-Nazis gathered in Geneva for an interfaith conference. Among them were also terrorism financiers and Holocaust deniers.
From IPT News:
“More than 100 religious leaders gathered Wednesday in Geneva for a two-day conference entitled “The Impact of [the Saudi] King Abdullah’s Inter-Religious Dialogue Initiative in Disseminating Human Values.” Many of the listed conference participants, however, are tainted by troubling resumes of anti-Semitism, empathy for radical Islamist ideology and support for terrorist organizations.”[1]
The conference organizer, the [Mecca-based] Muslim World League (MWL) is alleged to have connections to Al Qaeda. Reports detail how MWL has provided Islamic militants, including Osama bin Laden and his followers, with financial and organizational help. MWL’s U.S. offices have been raided by the FBI as part of an investigation into a network of Virginia-based Islamic charities and corporate entities suspected of having ties to terrorist groups. Also, MWL leaders have made statements in support of suicide bombings and published anti-Semitic articles.”
[And on the participant to the conference, “Christians and Muslims for Peace”]
“Perhaps the most disconcerting participant listed to attend King Abdullah’s conference is William Baker[2] — an anti-Semite with neo-Nazi connections. Baker [the former chairman of a neo-Nazi party, and hailed by CAIR, nowadays heads “Christians and Muslims for Peace ( CAMP )” —translator] claims that he met with the now U.S. designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) Hezbollah during the Lebanon hostage crisis of the 1980s and early 1990s. While Hezbollah was not yet designated at this time, Baker was hanging out with an organization that was kidnapping foreign nationals in Lebanon and holding them hostage — foreign nationals that were largely American and European. […]”



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