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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Even Obama's churchgoing raises questions

During the Presidential campaign, President Obama left the church of his longtime mentor, Jeremiah Wright. While that move was made necessarily politically by Wright's toxic words, it raised another question about Obama that has bothered Americans ever since: Is he a Christian or a Muslim? Since Obama rarely goes to church, it's hard to say.

This past Sunday, Obama went to church for only the third time since he has been in office, in an apparent effort to assure the American people that he really is a Christian. But Obama continues to make toxic choices about churches:
But what is widely not reported by the White House and the MSM is that on that particular Sunday in that particular church, Dr. Ziad Asali, M.D., a Muslim, founder and president of the American Task Force on Palestine, was the guest speaker. He was there to speak on the subject of “Prospects of the two-state solution in the Middle-East.”

But Who's Ziad J. Asali the guest speaker at the St. John’s Episcopal Church?

He is among other things President and Founder, American Task Force on Palestine and he also figures on the board of the U.S.-Muslim Engagement Project.

Among the members of the organisation are : Surprise! Daisy Khan , Executive Director, American Society for Muslim Advancement and Feisal Abdul Rauf, Imam, Masjid al-Farah in New York City; Founder and Chairman, Cordoba Initiative; author of What’s Right with Islam Is What’s Right with America.
Obama left the church before the guest speaker began to speak, but he apparently is incapable of choosing normal, mainline churches that don't have an obsession with the 'Palestinians' or with Islam (there's a graphic at that last link that is worth checking out on that score).


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