Thursday, August 11, 2011

Obama’s Treasonous 9/11 Tribute to…..Muslims? WHO Killed WHOM on 9/11?


As we approach the tenth anniversary of the massacre of more than 3,000 Americans at the hands of 19 Muslims, the President of the United States celebrated a Muslim holiday in the White House and paid tribute to Muslim “victims” of 9/11?  
19 MUSLIMS hijacked planes and killed Americans on 9/11/01
Having an “iftar” dinner at the White House has been done by other presidents and this is Obama’s third.  Fine. Whatever.  It absolutely strains credulity that this poseur president would twist history and appease a violent culture which preaches death to all non-Muslims in 81% of its mosques in this country.
Muslim U.S. Major Nidal Hasan killed 14 people at Ft. Hood
Pvt Naser Abdo -- indicted for plotting attack on Ft. Hood this year
It is beyond belief that a president of the United States would pay tribute to Muslims in the U.S. military, when we have one Muslim who slaughtered his fellow soldiers at Ft. Hood, and another one who tried to do the same thing this year, and numerous American-born Muslims who were radicalized in “houses of worship” in this country.
Ft. Hood Memorial to the fallen [who were killed by a Muslim
 This president defiles the White House, he betrays this country almost every time he opens his mouth, and now he insults the dead by honoring their murderers.   He torments the grieving survivors of the 9/11 victims by allowing a victory mosque on hallowed ground.   Consider the Ground Zero mosque Barack Obama’s big middle finger to America.
Barack Obama committed treason at this dinner.   I have listened to it many times and still can’t believe  his words, and the smirking audience of America haters.   Don’t believe me?  READ WHAT THE KORAN says about violence to infidels.  Anyone who calls this a “Religion of Peace” is either ignorant, hasn’t read the Koran, or is COMPLICIT in the taqqiya.  Which one of those is Obama, do you think?
Update: Debbie Schlussel  reports on the two Muslim football players who got special privileges to miss practice [that other players don’t  get]  from the NFL to attend the White House dinner.
Update:  The Obama Foodorama website does its usual suck-up coverage, but refuses to say what the menu was for the dinner.   The observant Muslims no doubt demanded and got the specialty-throat-hacked “halal” meat,  for which PETA would normally throw a fit.   Except…oh…it’s a Democrat serving tortured animal meat,[graphic video showing halal slaughter] so it’s ….okay?  Realize also that one of the major  halal “certification” organizations is ISNA, a terrorist front group.
“President Obama honored the sacrifices that Muslim Americans have made for the country on Wednesday night at the White House’s annual Ramadan dinner. With only a month to go before the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Obama emphasized the role that Muslim Americans played in the wake of the attacks, and their contributions to the war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“Muslim Americans were [the] first responders … the EMTs … the nurse who tended to so many victims, the naval officer at the Pentagon who rushed into the flames and pulled the injured to safety,” the president told approximately 100 guests before the meal.
Obama paid tribute to the “brave service of our men and women in uniform, including thousands of Muslim Americans … [and] some [who] have made the ultimate sacrifice.”
Obama recalled Army Specialist Kareem Khan, who was killed in Iraq, and thanked Khan’s mother for attending the dinner. “We must be the America they lived for, and the America they died for,” he said.”
In addition to those names released by the White House, below, members of the press observed White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, State Department Special Envoy to Muslim Communities Farah Pandith, the Special Assistant to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Huma Abedin, Deputy National Security Adviser John Brennan, White House Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett and Obama Special Assistant for Multilateral Affairs Samantha Power.
Guests at Wednesday’s iftar, as released by the White House:
MEMBERS OF CONGRESS The Honorable Andre Carson, United States Representative The Honorable John Conyers, United States Representative The Honorable Keith Ellison, United States Representative The Honorable Donald Payne, United States Representative
DIPLOMATIC CORPSHer Excellency Amina Salum Ali, Ambassador, African Union MissionHis Excellency Abdallah Baali, Ambassador, People’s Democratic Republic of AlgeriaHis Excellency Yashar Aliyev, Ambassador of the Republic of AzerbaijanHer Excellency Huda Ezra Nonoo, Ambassador of BahrainHis Excellency Akramul Qader, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of BangladeshHis Excellency Bienvenu Joseph Charles Foe-Atangana, Ambassador of CameroonHis Excellency Adam Bechir Mahamoud, Ambassador of the Republic of ChadHis Excellency Roble Olhaye, Ambassador of the Republic of DjiboutiHis Excellency Sameh Hassan Shoukry, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of EgyptHis Excellency Mory Karamoko Kaba, Ambassador of GuineaHis Excellency Bayney Ram Karran, Ambassador of GuyanaHis Excellency Dino Patti Djalal, Ambassador of IndonesiaHis Excellency Samir Shakir Mahmood Sumaida’ie, Ambassador of the Republic of IraqHis Excellency Micahel Scott Oren, Ambassador of IsraelHis Excellency Aziz Mekour, Ambassador of the Kingdom of MoroccoHer Excellency Aminata Maiga Djibrilla, Ambassador of NigerHer Excellency Hunaina Sultan Ahmed Al Mughairy, Ambassador of the Sultanate of OmanHis Excellency Husain Haqqani, Ambassador of PakistanHis Excellency Mr. Maen Areikat, Ambassador, PLO MissionHis Excellency Ali Bin Fahad Faleh Al-Hajri, Ambassador of the State of QatarHis Excellency Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak, Ambassador of the Russian FederationHis Excellency Adel A.M. Al-Jubeir, Ambassador of Saudi ArabiaHer Excellency Fatou Danielle Diagne, Ambassador of SenegalHis Excellency Bockari Kortu Stevens, Ambassador of Sierra LeoneHis Excellency Subhas Chandra Mungra, Ambassador of the Republic of SurinameHis Excellency Mwanaidi Sinare Maajar, Ambassador of TanzaniaHis Excellency Edawe Limbiye Kadangha Bariki, Ambassador, TogoHis Excellency Namik Tan, Ambassador of the Republic of TurkeyHis Excellency Yousif Mana Saeed Alotaiba, Ambassador, United Arab EmiratesHis Excellency Ilhomjon Tuychievich Nematov, Ambassador of the Republic of UzbekistanHis Excellency Abdulwahab A. Al Hajjri, Ambassador of the Republic YemenHis Excellency Ufuk Gokcen, Ambassador and Permanent Observer, Organization of the Islamic ConferenceThe Honorable Damir Dzanko, Chargé d’Affaires at Interim of BosniaThe Honorable Sufyan Salman Qudah, Chargé d’Affaires at Interim of the Hashemite Kingdom of JordanThe Honorable Jetish Jashari, Chargé d’Affaires at Embassy of Republic of KosovoThe Honorable Tarek Ben Youssef, Chargé d’Affaires at Interim of Tunisia
Mr. Hamza Abdullah, Arizona CardinalsMr. Husain Abdullah, Minnesota VikingsMs. Dina AmerMrs. Durriya Badani, Brookings InstituteMs. Faiza Arain, Los Angeles Police DepartmentDr. Mahmoud Eboo, Aga KhanMr. Mohamed Ali Malouche, Tunisian American Young ProfessionalsMr. Akram Syed, National Association of Indian MuslimsMrs. Mansura ShajahanMr. Yusuf ShajahanDr. Manzoor Tariq, Association of Pakistani Physicians of North America