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Glenn Beck and the NeoCons Are Pushing Us Towards A Religious War

Those of you who have been watching Glenn Beck, and particularly those who watched last night’s show will see that he is bringing before an audience of millions the message we have been sending from these sites for nearly a decade — that the global Islamic jihad against the West has formed a working alliance with the secular socialist left both at home and abroad. This “unholy alliance” as we called it was first clearly visible in the anti-American demonstrations opposing the Iraq War. These were mislabled “anti-war” demonstrations by the general media. If they were truly anti-war demonstrations there would have been protests at the Iraq embassy calling on Saddam Hussein to honor the Gulf War truce agreement he had signed and the seventeen UN resolutions that attempted to enforce those agreements. But there was not one such demonstration. Not one. We pointed out at the time that the steering committee of the largest coalition against the Iraq War — that is against toppling Saddam Hussein — included on its steering committee the Muslim Students Association, an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood. In 2003, we laid out the facts in an 80 page booklet edited by John Perazzo and me, called Who Is The Peace Movement?

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Comment by Nick Saorsa
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Smearing Beck is AOK in my book. Smear away Mr. Gregson!  That being said... the title is exactly what their article is about... blaming all of "our" ailments on Muslims, Muslim student groups and old Muslim alliances that were founded in neo-con traditions... but nobody wants to talk about that part.

Comment by Don Wills
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Gregson's title to the article is just the opposite of what the article is about. It's simply one more example of Beck-smearing here at FP.