The Communist New York Times Is A Stooge For Islamic Al Jazeera
Opinion Editorialist for
‘THE BOTTOM LINE’
Posted June 29, 2017
As you read this article bear in mind that the terrorist supporting nation of Qatar is also a U.S. collaborator and ally. Go figure!
The Communist/ Nazi New York Times has become the new Islamic mouthpiece for Al Jazeera, the Islamic Jihadi Qatari state-owned media outlet which its monarchy uses to spew out its barbaric Jihad and promotion of terrorism.
In an opinion piece written by the editorial board of the Times, the Communist Terrorist promoting New York newspaper, objects to attempts by six Gulf States — Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Yemen– to “muzzle … the terrorist promoting state-funded news station of Al Jazeera.”
Over the past decades, the country of Qatar has pumped hundreds of millions of dollars into the U.S.-designated terror organization Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood’s affiliate in Gaza. In March, Hamas leader Khaled Meshal unveiled the new Hamas Charter of Jihad in the Sheraton Hotel in Doha Qatar. As recently as February, Qatar sent $100 million to Gaza, as part of a $1-billion package they promised the terrorist-run entity after starting its latest war with Israel.
It is well-known that any money sent to Hamas, ostensibly ear-marked for rebuilding the war zone, ends up being used to fund terror. And yet the U.S. Federal Dark State also sends 440 million every year to the Palestinian Hamas terrorists.
And Hamas is not the only beneficiary of Qatar’s terror charity. The country has been called the “Club Med” of terror funding and the “most two-faced nation in the world” for its part in global terror financing.
Al Jazeera serves as the international voice of the Qatari government. For example, the network provided much of the impetus and support for the Muslim Brotherhood hijacking of the Arab Spring in Egypt in 2011. During the tenure of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi (from the Brotherhood’s political party), Al Jazeera provided the former leader with an international platform.
Immediately following the coup that deposed Morsi (after his gross violations of power and human rights), 22 journalists working for Al Jazeera in Egypt resigned after being told by their Qatari bosses to support the Muslim Brotherhood.
One former Al Jazeera employee in Egypt, Mohammed Fahmy, who served jail time in Egypt on terrorism charges for working for the Qatari station, is now suing his former employers.
“The more the network coordinates and takes directions from the government, the more it becomes a mouthpiece for Qatari intelligence,” Fahmy said in an interview with Bloomberg.com. “There are many channels who are biased, but this is past bias. Now Al-Jazeera is a voice for terrorists.”
The Muslim Brotherhood which is the revived Ottoman Empire, is correctly regarded, along with Pakistan’s Jamaat e-Islami, as the grandfather of modern Islamic terrorism. Abdullah Azzam, a Brotherhood member, was the mentor of Osama bin Laden. Milestones, a book written by Muslim Brotherhood ideologue Sayyid Qutb, has become a foundational textbook for the jihadi movement.
The Times laments that the campaign against Al Jazeera is a drive against free speech in the region. Still, in what might be regarded as a bizarre showing of journalistic integrity, the newspaper notes not only that the network is state-funded much like Russia’s Communist Tass news, but that, “Critical reporting on Qatar or members of Qatar’s royal family is not tolerated [on the station].”
Besides their biased and anti-Semitic postings, perhaps the Times missed Al Jazeera’s hosting of an on air birthday party for Lebanese Hamas terrorist Samir Kuntar.
In 1979, Kuntar headed a group of four terrorists who infiltrated Israel, killed a policeman, broke into an apartment, shot a man to death and murdered his daughter by smashing her skull against a rock. Kuntar was released in 2008 in a prisoner swap for coffins containing the remains of two Israel soldiers killed by Hezbollah (Israel was not told ahead of time that the soldiers were dead).
THE BOTTOM LINE: It is an unfortunate occurrence in our politically correct country that our moral barometer must so often be that of Hitler and his Nazi party. Yet, in this case, we must ask if, during World War II, the Nazis had used a media arm controlled by Hitler to broadcast their message, would The New York Times have defended it as free speech and “providing a unique view” on Germany? Or sadly, are we meant to infer from the Times ‘defense of Al Jazeera’s “journalistic standards” that those are the same standards to which the Times adheres?
Thanks for listening. Now go do the right thing and fight for truth and freedom.
- de Andréa
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