The Three Ex-Terrorists Speech at UC Irvine

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Three former terrorists Walid Shoebat, Kamal Saleem and Zak Anani spoke last week to 1,300 people at the Orange County, California campus at UC Irvine. An excerpt from Lee Kaplan’s The Three Ex-Terrorists Speech at UC Irvine: Walid Shoebat then spoke about Western misperceptions of the roots of terrorism. He explained how in speaking abroad, from Chile to Mexico to the UK, he was told terrorism is the result of poverty and bemoaned the equivalency of the West with acts of aggression based on concepts of jihad that ignore historical and social realities in the Middle East. He explained how

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Walid Shoebat appearing at UC Davis

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Walid Shoebat is a former PLO terrorist who gave up jihad and is now a peace activist. He will be speaking at UC Davis on February 6th, 2007, at 7 pm at Freeborn Hall on campus, and a standing room only crowd is anticipated. Walid Shoebat has appeared on all major news outlets including Fox, MSNBC, CNN and international news shows and countless radio interviews. In addition, he has spoken at most major colleges in America and is the author of the current book “Why I Left Jihad.” His lectures generate considerable news and controversy.

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History repeats itself, with Canada’s help

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Forwarded from Page-by-Page in Jewish History, from The National Post, March 14, 2004: In 1939, when the Nazi program to kill the Jews of Europe was well underway, 907 desperate German Jews aboard the S.S. St. Louis requested sanctuary in Canada. The Liberal prime minister of the day, Mackenzie King — who had previously flirted with Adolf Hitler and declared him to be “one who truly loves his fellow-men” — refused their request. Most died in the death camps of Europe. In 1942, 1,000 Jewish children in a French refugee camp were denied entry to Canada and were liquidated by

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Palestinian Christians: Victims, Not Partners by Robert Spencer

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Robert Spencer interviewed Walid Shoebat, a former PLO terrorist who has become a Christian and has recently been speaking out against jihad ideology. He confirmed something Spencer discussed in Onward Muslim Soldiers that this talk of tolerance and non-violence is often cultivated by radical Muslims as part of a larger tactical strategy. In the Palestinian Authority, this strategy involved the co-opting of the embattled Palestinian Christian minority into the larger jihadist agenda. With Christians, Shoebat explains “we saw a need for unity.” Palestinian Christians were happy to oblige. Most Palestinian Christians, says Shoebat, were “educated on Replacement Theology, in which

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