Abdurahman Alamoudi, the Boston bombers, Grover Norquist, and the GOP
Posted by Ann Corcoran on April 25, 2013
Michelle Malkin is on a roll. Yesterday, she reminded us again of Grover Norquist’s connection to Islamists, like the now imprisoned Alamoudi. My title above is hers.
Someone please tell Senator Marco Rubio that his buddy Norquist is an open borders pusher because he is also an Islamist which some on the right have been pointing out for going on ten years. But, this is one more case where the mainstream media is doing a great disservice to its viewers and readers by never mentioning the controversy.
Human Rights First, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, LaRaza—Norquist is all yours now!
By the way, Norquist even has a connection to refugee resettlement. As early as 2007, we reported on Norquist pushing for Iraqi refugees to be admitted to the US, here. See our entire Norquist archive here, and a more extensive archive on Norquist here at my other blog. (Just in case some real investigative reporter for a mainstream outlet is interested in helping America.)
Here is Malkin yesterday:
Gee, maybe now someone will listen.
For years, I’ve warned about the GOP’s Grover Norquist problem. Just last week, he was front and center at the Gang of 8′s amnesty press conference — despite longtime concerns expressed on this blog and by national security advocates and activists about his dangerous Islamist alliances and progressive proclivities.
Now we learn that Norquist’s convicted terrorist pal and former funder, Abdurahman Alamoudi, was the first president of the radical mosque attended by the Boston bomber brothers, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev…
Alamoudi, as I’ve documented repeatedly here, provided seed money to Norquist’s Muslim outreach effort during the Bush years.
Malkin flashes back to 2003:
Norquist’s lobbying firm is registered as a lobbyist for Alamoudi. Alamoudi provided seed money for Norquist’s Islamic Institute, which shares space with Norquist’s Americans for Tax Reform group. The institute is run by Alamoudi deputy and former AMC government relations director Khaled Saffuri. Saffuri and Norquist have worked closely with Bush senior adviser Karl Rove to give radical Muslim activists access to the White House.
Read it all, there is much more and lots of links!
Actually the guys are out there too—here is Andy McCarthy on the jizya. This is a great time to educate Americans about Islamic supremacism.
OOPS! One more thing! To my knowledge Grover has never apologized for his association with Alamoudi.
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