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Monday, February 18, 2013

Hagel was brought to Rutgers by Khameni supporter

Last week, I reported on a 2007 Chuck Hagel speech at Rutgers University in whose question and answer session Hagel stated that the US State Department is controlled by Israel. It turns out that there's another interesting story about that speech: Hagel was brought to Rutgers by supporters of Ayatollah Ali Khameni's Iranian dictatorship.
A pro-Hezbollah, pro-Hamas candidate for the ian presidency, a man linked to Iranian-controlled front groups, brought former Republican Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel to speak at Rutgers University in 2007, according to another professor on campus.
Hooshang Amirahmadi, who led Rutgers’ Center for Middle Eastern Studies when Hagel came to campus, is the founder and president of the American-Iranian Council. He arranged for Hagel’s speech on March 2, 2007, the faculty source told The Daily Caller. 
Iran’s Guardian Council cleared Amirahmadi to run for the presidency in 2013. Approval of the regime is required before candidates’ names can appear on the ballot. To be approved, candidates must be Shia, male, and committed to the Islamic revolution.


A press release in 2007 noted that the “Rutgers Center for Middle Eastern Studies” —  Amirahmadi’s campus group – ”is hosting the senator’s visit to the university.”
Amirahmadi’s CV discloses that he has received financial support from the Alavi Foundation, a wealthy organization that the U.S. government has called “a front for the government of Iran.”
And IRS records provided to TheDC by FoundationSearch.com show that between 2003 and 2008, Rutgers University received $688,000 from the same foundation.
The New York Post reported in 2009 that the Alavi Foundation contributed $100,000 towards Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to Columbia University.
“We found evidence that the government of Iran really controlled everything about the foundation,” Adam Kaufmann, investigations chief at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, told the Post in 2009.
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Hagel is like a gift that keeps on giving with one thing after another being uncovered. And yet... not one Democrat has said he (or she) would vote against him. What will it take to wake these people up as to who Hagel is? What is sufficient to be termed a smoking gun?

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At 6:33 PM, Blogger upyernoz said...

i love how they are portraying amirahmadi as "pro-Hezbollah, pro-Hamas." the guy is running on a platform of: recognizing israel and establishing diplomatic relations with it, reestablishing diplomatic ties with the u.s., and ending the iranian nuclear program. reguarding both hezbollah and hamas, he says they should "disarm" and join in the peace process. of course, his candidacy will go nowhere (the guardian council will almost certainly reject his candidacy, just as it did when he last ran for president in 2005). to make their story work, the daily caller falsely reported that the GC had already approved his candidacy, i haven't been able to find any other sign that occured, and there is no mention of it on amirahmadi's campaign web site.

guilt-by-association attacks are always weak. but this time johnson is attacking hagel for being associated with a guy who i would love to see elected to president of iran. the only reason it works is because he has a scary iranian-looking name and most people don't know who he is.

At 7:56 PM, Blogger Captain.H said...

"And yet... not one Democrat has said he (or she) would vote against him. What will it take to wake these people up as to who Hagel is? What is sufficient to be termed a smoking gun?"

Nothing. The Democratic Party and their MSM Presstitutes work together to ensure that Obama and his minions are not held accountable for anything. Hagel will ultimately be confirmed in a party line vote.


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