Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Alliances between Neo-Nazis and Islamofascist Muslims are nothing new but there is one thing that both seem to have in common lately and that's Ron Paul. Case in point, Anisa Abd El Fattah aka Carolyn F. Keeble, a founding board member of CAIR and a Hamas supporter.
Despite being black, Anisa Abd El Fattah appears to have both ties and sympathies with Neo-Nazi movements. Her petition and letter appears on the site of the Vanguard News Network while another congratulating Iran on the Holocaust cartoon contest appears on Stormfront, both Neo-Nazi sites. Anisa Abd El Fattah had previously included White Nationalists along with Muslims as groups "persecuted" by the Jewish lobby writing, "We also believe that the Jewish Lobby has acted to create an environment in the US that is hostile to Muslims, Arabs, and others, including White nationalists"
Her complaints and statements have repeatedly included defenses of neo-nazis. e.g. "1. Jewish organizations and activists have created an “enemies” list that includes Muslims, Arabs and white nationalists’ organizations here in the US."
ending with this ringing defense of Neo-Nazi groups
"That aspect of White nationalist behavior that includes fear mongering, name calling, and intimidation is wrong, yet they argue that their actions result from their frustration that they are stereotyped, and misrepresented by the media and made to appear as enemies of blacks and Jews, and others, when they simply want to preserve the white race, and its majority status. They feel that Jewish supremacism threatens their existence, and that Jewish activism is aimed at limiting their rights,"
Anisa Abd El Fattah has extensive ties to Hamas, she praised Hamas leader Yassin, co-wrote a book with Ahmed Yousef who serves as the political advisor to Ismail Haniyeh, the defacto leader of Hamas in Gaza. And was "the Director of Public Affairs for the United Association for Studies and Research (UASR), which one convicted terrorist leader described as "the political command for HAMAS in the United States".
Now Anisa Abd El Fattah is also a Ron Paul supporter and a member of the Muslims for Ron Paul group where she writes in defense of Stormfront
We attempted to circulate a petition asking Muslims and Arabs to sign onto the request for an investigation, to demonstrate to the DOJ that this was a serious initiative, and an issue of importance to nearly 8 million American citizens. We got 98 signatures, and so the Lobby continues with these tactics because they feel emboldened by Muslim and Arab apprehension about speaking up and pushing back. I pray that the people of Stormfront and their followers will have better luck with their people than we did with ours.
With the Nazis and Muslim Nazis back together and good feelings all around, it's almost like 1939 all over again.