Al Jazerra E-Mails show contempt for French murder victims

Through the years I have done numerous posts concerning the administration’s determination to have Al Jazerra fill our homes via cable T.V. with their often anti-Israel pro Islamic rhetoric. While other countries are kicking them out, Egypt for one, we embrace the enemy. Even worse, our State Department under the leadership of Hillary Clinton demonstrated her naiveté at the least. Now we hear how Al Jazeera thinks about the latest terrorist attack in France. I include a few snippets of earlier posts just for a refresher. Here we go:

While citizens around the free world embraced the mantra “Je suis Charlie” to show solidarity with the murdered employees of a French satirical magazine, a top editor at a Muslim-owned news organization had a different message for his colleagues: “We are Al Jazeera.”

A leaked email from Al Jazeera English Editor and Executive Producer Salah-Aldeen Khadr used the twist on a viral phrase used around the world to show support for victims of Wednesday’s Islamist terror attack on Charlie Hebdow in Paris. The magazine was targeted for its penchant for publishing forbidden caricatures of Prophet Muhammed, which it did in addition to poking fun at other religions.

“Was this really an attack on “free speech?” Khadr asked his subordinates in the email blast. “Who is attacking free speech here exactly?

“Defending freedom of expression in the face of oppression is one thing; insisting on the right to be obnoxious and offensive just because you can is infantile,” wrote Khadr, quoting Time magazine, as he urged Al Jazeera staffers to consider that “I am Charlie” is an “alienating slogan – with us or against us type of statement – one can be anti-CH’s racism and ALSO against murdering people.”

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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday.

“Viewership of Al Jazeera is going up in the United States because it’s real news,” You may not agree with it, but you feel like you’re getting real news around the clock instead of a million commercials and, you know, arguments between talking heads and the kind of stuff that we do on our news which, you know, is not particularly informative to us, let alone foreigners.”

Al Jazerra calls West’s action ‘A new crusade’ against ISIS’ September 29, 2014

Via JPost:

Mansour accused the “extreme Right” in Britain of “corresponding” to the Islamic State in terms of extremism.

And just as US president George W. Bush referred to the war on terror as a “crusade,” it is clear now that “the story is not the Islamic State, but the real story is what is happening is a new crusade dressed in new clothing,” he wrote

Egypt kicks out Al-Jazeera, U.S. embraces news source   July 12, 2013

Every good organizer knows that control of the media is paramount. The good news is that Egypt has had enough of Al-Jazeera.

In the U.S., Soledad O’Brien and other journalists have flocked to Al Jazeera,  but in the Middle East, the network  for the past week has been facing a  major challenge to its credibility  including mass staff resignations, a  raid of one of its offices, its reporters  kicked out of a news  conference by fellow journalists, and the arrest of some  of its staffers  by Egyptian security forces.

The dramatic developments are the  result of widespread perceptions in Egypt  and in the Arab world that Al  Jazeera has shown a pro-Muslim Brotherhood slant  in its reporting.

Obama urges Cable Companies to Carry Al-Jazeera? even though there is no question that they support the Muslim Brotherhood? That they are anti-American? Anti-Israel?

AJE’s battle with the cable carriers is major news in the Middle East. Not carrying the network sends a message to the Arab world about America’s unwillingness to accept information, unfiltered, from the very region we spend so much time talking about.

Al Jazeera America Pitches Cable – Plans To Become A “Voice Of The Voiceless”

The news channel backed by the government of Qatar plans to launch late August following its $500M acquisition of Al Gore’s Current TV.

Al-Awalaki Praises Al-Jazeera, Wikileaks and Media Jihad

In his latest message to the world, Al-Awlaki defends the journalists of one such “trustworthy” Muslim source, Al-Jazeera, and praises the Western media source WikiLeaks. The message, a six-minute video of his speech “A Message to the Members of the Media,” was released February 14, 2011 by the jihadi forum Shumukh Al-Islam.[4] In it, Al-Awlaki also accuses the U.S. and the West of using liberty and freedom of expression as a pretext to take over the world’s resources and treasures, and to oppress and deprive people of their rights. He said that whenever anyone tries to expose “the truth about the U.S. and its agents,”



15 Responses to “Al Jazerra E-Mails show contempt for French murder victims”

  1. Federal Investigation Into Al Jazeera Picks Up Steam After Spy Op on U.S. Jews | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

    […] Al Jazerra E-Mails show contempt for French murder victims […]


  2. Zip-a-Dee Says:

    For those individuals in the Regime, ‘DIVISION’ IS THE GOAL. What better way to bring down a Nation than to cause division between social and ethnic group AND USE a fanatic religious group to stir the pot with! If the fanatics were coming against those in high ranking positions of power you know that would be stopped ‘right now’. Even in these Blogs Bunker, you know the animosity that spouts, trolls are paid (or just antagonist) to discredit, disrespect, pole holes in, invalidate, shame … you know the drill. And that’s the ‘trickle-down mindset’ when you have wicked leaders without conscience or quality of character – thugs – ruling and promoting debase thinking.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Jersey McJones Says:

    LOL! So you’re for free speech? Against it? Which is it?



  4. the unit Says:

    For O, the guy who went to Viet Nam, Hillary, and Holder who didn’t show his face in the solidarity demonstration of 3.7 million, it’s ’cause it was just a JayVee operation. Not enough casualties to applaud.

    Liked by 2 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      He would have had to share the limelight, and we can’t have that.


  5. Lorra B. Says:

    Seriously, Has Obama bummed his head one to many times while kneeling to pray or what!?! I think he has been making it pretty clear who’s side he is on….

    Liked by 2 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      He really has become unhinged I do think. Not showing or sending anyone to France was the biggest blunder in a century. This will be his legacy.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Lorra B. Says:

        A sad time for our nation Bunk…

        Liked by 1 person

      • Steve Dennis Says:

        This was a huge mistake on his part and it has not been lost on the rest of the world even if Americans don’t seem to think it is a big deal. I think he realizes it now because the regime is now admitting they should have sent somebody, sounds like damage control to me.

        Liked by 1 person

      • bunkerville Says:

        This might just do it and more will come to their senses.


    • Jersey McJones Says:

      Who’s side is he on?



  6. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    I don’t know whose side Obama is on, but I know it is not our side.


    • bunkerville Says:

      This whole thing is getting beyond absurd.


  7. Paul H. Lemmen Says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks again.

      Liked by 1 person

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