It seems that the general public knows very little about a man that is pursuing the highest office in the United States. He became a senator, but is there anything we should know before voting him into office?
Barack Obama once sat on the board of directors of a nonprofit organization. He sat next to a professed domestic terrorist. Together, they funded a controversial Arab group that says the founding of the state of Israel was a “catastrophe.” This Arab group Obama supported wants intense immigration reform, including providing drivers licenses and education to illegal aliens.
The questionable co-founder of the radical Arab group was Columbia University professor, Rashid Khalidi. Khalidi is a harsh critic of Israel; he has made statements supportive of Palestinian terror and reportedly has worked on behalf of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, when Yasser Arafat led the Russian communist trained terrorists attacks against Israel.
In 2001, the Woods Fund, a Chicago-based nonprofit organization described itself as a group helping the disadvantaged. With Obama and Khalidi on the board, it provided a $40,000 grant to the Arab American Action Network. It just so-happened that Khalidi’s wife, Mona, served as president. It provided a second grant of $35,000 in 2002. Remember, this is an Arab action group.
Obama served on the Wood’s Fund board alongside William C. Ayers, a member of the Weathermen terrorist group, which sought to overthrow the U.S. government. The Weathermen also took responsibility for bombing the U.S. Capitol in 1971.
Ayers, who contributed $200 to Obama’s senatorial campaign, had also served on several panels with Obama at public speaking engagements. Ayers admitted to being involved in the bombings of other U.S. governmental buildings including the capitol in the 1970s.
The Arab Action group that Obama gave funds to, works for open borders and education for illegal aliens. What will he do if he becomes president?
The Arab American Action Network co-founder Rashid Khalidi was reportedly a director of the official PLO press agency, WAFA, in Beirut, Lebanon from 1976 to 1982. This was the time frame when the PLO committed multiple anti-Western attacks and was labeled by the U.S. government as a terror group. Khalidi’s wife, AAAN President Mona Khalidi, was WAFA’s English translator during that period.
Rashid Khalidi has denied working directly for the PLO terrorists, but Palestinian diplomatic sources in Ramallah told WorldNetDaily that he directed WAFA. Khalidi also advised the Palestinian “peace” delegation to the Madrid Conference in 1991.
During documented speeches and public events, Khalidi has called Israel a destructive “racist” state.
Khalidi has multiple times expressed support for Palestinian terror attacks, calling suicide bombings a response to “Israeli aggression.” He dedicated his 1986 book, “Under Siege,” to “those who gave their lives … in defense of the cause of Palestine and independence for Lebanon.” Critics attacked the book as excusing Palestinian terrorism. This is Obama’s friend!!!
According to a professor at the University of Chicago speaking anonymously, Khalidi befriended Obama when both worked at the University of Chicago. Khalidi lectured at the University of Chicago until 2003 while Obama taught law there from 1993 until his election to the senate in 2004. Khalidi, in 2000, held a successful fundraiser for Obama’s failed bid for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Khalidi said he supports Obama for president “because he is the only candidate who has expressed sympathy for the Palestinian cause.”
Obama served on the Woods board with William C. Ayers, who was a Weathermen terrorist leader. Ayers has written about his involvement with the group’s bombings of the New York City Police headquarters in 1970, the Capitol in 1971, and the Pentagon in 1972.
Notice an interview with the New York Times released on September 11, 2001: “I don’t regret setting bombs. I feel we didn’t do enough.” This is Obama’s friend and fellow board member during this decade!
Obama and Ayers appeared together at several public speaking events, including a 1997 University of Chicago panel entitled, “Should a child ever be called a ‘super predator?’” and another panel for the University of Illinois in April 2002 entitled, “Intellectuals: Who Needs Them?”
The charges against Ayers were dropped in 1974 because of prosecutorial misconduct, including illegal surveillance. Ayers is married to another notorious Weathermen terrorist, Bernadine Dohrn, who has served on panels with Obama. Dohrn was once on the FBI’s Top 10 Most Wanted List and was described by J. Edgar Hoover as the “most dangerous woman in America.” Ayers and Dohrn raised the son of Weathermen terrorist Kathy Boudin, who was serving a sentence for participating in a 1981 murder and robbery that left four people dead.
Robert Malley, an adviser to Obama, has advocated negotiations with Hamas terrorist organization and providing international assistance to the terrorist group. Malley, a principal foreign policy adviser to Obama, has written numerous opinion articles. Many of these articles were co-written with a former adviser to the late Palestinian Authority President, Yasser Arafat [trained in terrorism in communist Russia]. These articles wanted dialogue with Hamas and blasted Israel for many policies he says harms the Palestinian cause.
Do Americans have a choice for president outside the New World Order crowd? Absolutely not!