Thursday, December 29, 2005

Tea with terrorist lovers at Georgetown University

Earlier this month, Georgetown accepted a $20 million dollar donation from Prince Alwaleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia. Harvard received a gift for the same amount from the aforementioned Prince Wally.

The money for Georgetown, a Catholic university run by the Jesuit order, is designated for its Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding. To be sure, there is no such Christian-Muslim Understanding Center in Saudi Arabia.

The prince first came to the attention of the American public in 2001, when Rudy Giuliani turned down an offer of $10 million for post 9/11 charities when Prince Wally emitted this remark at a ceremony where the prince announced his donation:

From CNN in 2001:

The prince's statement said the United States "should re-examine its policies in the Middle East and adopt a more balanced stand toward the Palestinian cause.

"While the U.N. passed clear resolutions numbered 242 and 338 calling for the Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and Gaza Strip decades ago, our Palestinian brethren continue to be slaughtered at the hands of Israelis while the world turns the other cheek,"

This coming February, a group of radicals, the International Solidarity Movement, will descend upon Washington DC to for this event, according to Front Page Magazine.

The following announcement was put out to ISM activists in the United States:

Palestine Solidarity Movement

Fifth Annual Divestment Conference
("Fifth Annual National Student Conference of the Palestine Solidarity Movement")

Georgetown University

February 17 - 19, 2006

More information to come.

The Palestine Solidarity Movement is a front group for the International Solidarity Movement. Who is the International Solidarity Movement? They're a group of terror apologists who specialize in recruiting westerners to serve as protesters in the Middle East, indoctrinating them with the faulty logic that they enjoy some sort of de facto diplomatic-type immunity to do whatever they want to promote their version of "peace" in that part of the world.

That belief led to the unfortunate death of ISM protestor Rachel Corrie in Gaza in 2003.

It gets worse, though, for Georgetown.

From Front Page:

The Palestine Solidarity Movement has held national conferences on major university campuses four out of the last five years, first at UC Berkeley, then U Michigan, Ohio State and Duke University. At the last conference held at Duke University in 2004, Huwaida Arraf, one of the PSM's main organizers, admitted that the Palestine Solidarity Movement works with Hamas, Islamic Jihad and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, all illegal terrorist groups per the US state department. That particular event was also found to be an anti-Semitic hate fest which also produced articles in the campus newspaper later attacking Jews in America as a "privileged class." At the earlier event at U Michigan, chants of "Kill the Jews" were heard among the attendees. Divestment from Israel is a major theme, an attempt to hurt the Israeli population and force it to capitulate to PLO demands; in other words, an extension of the Arab boycott against Jews in the Middle East for having their own country. Public reaction to the 2004 Duke event no doubt made finding a venue for another conference difficult which might explain why there was no such conference held at a major university in 2005.

Clearly Georgetown University is a hotbed of radicalism. Oh, because of the "Don't ask, don't tell" controversy, GU is one of those universities that bans military recruiters from its campus. Those recruiters of course, are seeking soldiers and sailors to fight in the War on Terror.

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