Wednesday, April 28, 2010

'Muslims Today: A Radical Reform'

Dear Prof Esposito:

I just watched the video "Muslims Today: A Radical Reform" with Tariq Ramadan and you, and I can't recall anything there that I disagree with.

The problem, ultimately, is education -- educating Muslims in less developed countries. And we can't do that if we (the U.S.) keep making war on them. In effect we are making sure that the reform we want won't occur.

We also have Muslim scholars, "leaders", etc being sought by media to speak on issues that they have not studied or examined in depth. The biggest of these is 9/11.

Best wishes,
Enver Masud

The Wisdom Fund

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Israeli false flag attack to blame Iran

Gordon Duff, Veterans Today, writes, "Rumors of an upcoming terror attack to be blamed on Iran are moving around the world, “backchannel chatter.” The primary suspect is Israel who is said to have a number of small “suitcase” type nuclear weapons".

Friday, April 16, 2010

Afghanistan: Sabotaging Hamid Karzai's reconciliation strategy

Announcement: The War on Islam, 5th edition, now available

by Enver Masud
Founder, The Wisdom Fund

364 page, 5th edition
Available April 17

What you weren't told
about America's wars
1990 to 2010

Listen live to
author interviews:

American Freedom Radio
Kevin Barrett's
Truth Jihad Radio
Saturday, April 17
7:00 PM EST

Pacifica Radio
Brother Hodari's
Freedom Sounds
Wednesday, April 21
7:00 AM EST

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Election 2012: Barack Obama 42%, Ron Paul 41%

Obama hyping terrorist nuclear risk

The conservative Washington Times wrote, "The Obama administration is warning that the danger of a terrorist attack with nuclear weapons is increasing, but U.S. officials say the claim is not based on new intelligence and questioned whether the threat is being overstated."

It is the U.S. that is violating the Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Assistant Secretary Posner challenged to answer 9/11 skeptics

Yesterday, at the AMA Foundation's Forum on National Security & American Muslims, Michael H. Posner — Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, U.S. Department of State — was challenged to answer 9/11 skeptics.

"9/11 is central to national security, terrorism and human rights," said Mr. Enver Masud, Founder of The Wisdom Fund. He added that Osama bin Laden is not wanted for 9/11 by the FBI. BBC News has reported several hijackers are alive. A recent Angus Reid poll concludes that 26% of Americans do not believe The 9/11 Commission Report.

Mr. Masud then handed Mr. Posner his book "9/11 Unveiled" together with a letter to President Obama, and a copy of a quarter-page, newspaper advertisement that contains highlights from his book.

Mr. Posner's response was that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed had admitted to planning 9/11.

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed admitted his role in 9/11 after being waterboarded 183 times. Skeptics of the official report do not believe that KSM is the "mastermind" of 9/11.

Nihad Awad, Executive Director and co-founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), and Sahar Aziz of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee also spoke at the forum.

Among those attending the forum was Mr. Darron Paul Monteiro, Associate Director White House Office of Public Engagement. He was scheduled to speak at the event, but was not permitted to do so by the White House.

The forum was moderated by Dr. Agha Saeed, Founder and Chairman of American Muslim Alliance Foundation, and sponsored by Muhammad Salim Akhtar, National Director of the American Muslim Task Force on Civil Rights and Elections.

Mr. Masud is also the author of "The War on Islam." An expanded, 5th edition is to be released on April 17, 2010 — the 15th anniversary of The Wisdom Fund.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Israel called on to honour the 'Arab Schindler'

He has been called the "Arab Schindler", and hailed as a man who risked his own life to save Jews during the Holocaust. Now Khaled Abdul-Wahab, a wealthy Tunisian landowner, is the object of a campaign to bestow on him the title of "righteous among the nations", the recognition by Israel for gentiles who helped to rescue Jews from the Nazis.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

9/11 Memorial Museum

Jenny Pachucki
9/11 Memorial Museum

To truly honor the victims of that tragic September 11, 2001, one must not whitewash what happened. "The 9/11 Commission Report" is fiction.

According to an Angus Reid survey released last month, one in four Americans believe 9/11 was a fabrication and pretext for war.

For example, the FBI admits they have no hard evidence that Osama bin Laden was responsible. Colin Powell has yet to present the evidence against bin Laden that he promised at the National Security Council. BBC News reported several of the alleged hijackers alive.

During a 3-week, 9/11 lecture tour of South Africa, where I appeared on satellite TV and live before hundreds daily, virtually no one disagreed with me. The US embassy declined to rebut me on SAfm.

I have put together the case against "The 9/11 Commission Report" in a brief monograph you may download free from our website.

Enver Masud
Founder, The Wisdom Fund

US reaps bitter harvest from 'Tulip' revolution

Friday, April 9, 2010

George W. Bush 'knew Guantanamo prisoners were innocent'

According to The Times (UK): George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld covered up that hundreds of innocent men were sent to the Guantanamo Bay prison camp because they feared that releasing them would harm the push for war in Iraq and the broader War on Terror, . . .

General Powell, who left the Bush Administration in 2005, angry about the misinformation that he unwittingly gave the world when he made the case for the invasion of Iraq at the UN, is understood to have backed Colonel Wilkerson's declaration.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Saturday, April 3, 2010

President deceiving us on Iran's nuclear program

In an interview to "The Early Show" Friday, Obama said "all the evidence indicates" that Tehran is trying to get the "capacity to develop nuclear weapons." So what?

According to Mohamed ElBaradei, former head of the IAEA, "as many as 30 countries could soon have technology that would let them produce atomic weapons."

Why not go after them?

The bottom line is that Iran has not shown to be violating its Non-Proliferation Treaty obligations. The US is violating them.