The Liberal-Muslim Axis, Part 2

Worth Readingby Ellis Washington

My recent article, "The Liberal-Muslim Axis," provoked such sycophantic ranting from the Alinsky left that I thought it prudent to write a follow-up article on the same subject.

Ayers in Egypt

Florida radio host Pam Geller wrote of President Obama's Chicago mentors who launched his political career in Chicago, Bill Ayers and his wife, Bernardine Dohrn, who recently took their Jew-hating rampage to the Middle East.

The protests were led by Jodie Evans, co-founder of Code Pink, a far-left activist organization formed in 2002 to protest America's war in Iraq. Code Pink recently met with terrorist groups, Hamas and with leaders of the Taliban. Evans was also a fundraiser and financial bundler for Obama's presidential campaign.

Ayers and Dohrn, 1960s radicals both, have the ear of the evangelical left. A number of mainline liberal churches have proposed boycotts and divestment from any company that does business with Israel, including the United Church of Christ, the denomination of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and President Obama.

The protesters in Gaza are merely Islamic propagandists spewing taiqiya (lies to advance Islam). Thus, the Obama-Ayers-Wright Axis is congruent to the Liberal-Muslim Axis.

'Palestinian Christians' against the Jews

Old South Church in Boston (United Church of Christ) has hosted conferences of an anti-Zionist organization that calls itself "Friends of Sabeel, Christians." In a landmark decision on Sept. 17, 2009, Britain's trade unions voted unanimously to participate in a mass boycott movement, disinvestment and sanctions not against Iran, Syria or Saudi Arabia, but against little Israel – demanding a negotiated settlement based on "justice" for Palestinians. More: