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Muslims Support Obama as "ONE Of Their Own"

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I said previously that Barack Obama’s Muslim faux pas are starting to add up. It’s even more important to make sure that everyone understands that Barack Obama is Arab American. Was the View’s promotion of Barack Obama’s genealogy insightful when it told their viewers that the Senator was related to Brad Pitt? Did they give an accurate portrayal that Barack Obama is not African American? Arabs don’t consider themselves black. It’s more politically correct for Barack Obama to be seen as black, not Middle Eastern descent.

1) 50% Caucasian

2) 43.75% Arab, and

3) 6.25% African Negro

This corresponds to a demographic breakdown of his 16 Great-Great-Grandparents as follows: 8 Caucasians, 7 Arabs, and one Negro.

Though Obama’s racial/ethnic background is in and of itself irrelevant, it says a great deal about the man when viewed in the context of what he wants people to believe about him. Since entering politics, Obama has strenuously worked to identify himself as an “African American,” i.e. as a black man. On what basis, though, does he establish this identity? Genetically, he is infinitesimally black. Culturally, he is white, having been raised in a white family and having known neither his father nor his father’s cultural traditions. Socio-economically, he is among the wealthiest and most privileged 0.1% of the U.S. population. Educationally, he’s attended — courtesy of affirmative action — the finest institutions of higher learning in the country. Obama doesn’t even share with the vast majority of American blacks the “legacy of racism.” He was born in the post civil rights era and his father was a foreigner, so neither he nor any of his ancestors suffered any racial discrimination. Moreover, there were no slaves among Obama’s ancestors, but there were SLAVEHOLDERS and SLAVE TRADERS. Obama, then, has shared not at all in any aspect of the “black experience” as it has come to be defined in America, yet all accounts he’s poised to be the “first black President of the United States.”

  • Barack Hussein Obama’s name is not African-American, it’s Arabian.

    Barack Obama was originally named “Baraka.” It is not an African name. It’s an Arabic word meaning “blessed” and comes directly from the Koran.

  • Barack Hussein Obama genealogy is not African American but Arab American. Kenneth Lamb cites:

    Documentation of his actual ethnic background demonstrates Mr. Obama is not an “African-American” as defined in United States law. This research was initiated by a request from a daily news publication of international reputation in New York City.

    The story then moves to documenting his father’s genealogy. This study indicates Sen. Obama is actually Arab-American. The significance of this is that “the soul and substance of Mr. Obama’s claim to fame” rest entirely on his being “the first” African-American to achieve whatever it is that Mr. Obama is claiming at the time. If Mr. Obama is not legally an African-American, then his claims collapse.

Muslim Americans For Barack Obama video. Listen for the traditional Middle Eastern rapid gunfire at the end.

Barack Obama’s Arab American webpage: The Change We Need

Zogby Poll: Arab Americans support Barack Obama

Democratic candidate Barack Obama holds a substantial 21 point lead over Republican John McCain among Arab American voters. This was one of the findings of a poll of Arab American voters conducted by Zogby International for the Arab American Institute.

The American Thinker has more with this quote:

“If there is an Arab-American family being rounded up without benefit of an attorney, it threatens my civil liberties. It is that fundamental belief, I am my brother’s keeper, I am my sister’s keeper, it is that fundamental belief that makes this country work.” – Senator Barack Obama

Why would Obama even come up with this assertion?

Barack Obama’s anti-Israel stance hidden for the election:

“The last time I spoke to Obama was in the winter of 2004 at a gathering in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood. He was in the midst of a primary campaign to secure the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate seat he now occupies. But at that time polls showed him trailing.

“As he came in from the cold and took off his coat, I went up to greet him. He responded warmly, and volunteered, ‘Hey, I’m sorry I haven’t said more about Palestine right now, but we are in a tough primary race.’ I’m hoping when things calm down I can be more up front.’ He referred to my activism, including columns I was contributing to the The Chicago Tribune critical of Israeli and US policy [and said:] ‘Keep up the good work!”


“I remember personally introducing him onstage in 1999, when we had a major community fundraiser for the community center in Deheisha refugee camp in the occupied West Bank,” he recounted. “And that’s just one example of how Barack Obama used to be very comfortable speaking up for and being associated with Palestinian rights and opposing the Israeli occupation.”


“Obama’s about-face is not surprising,” Abunimah wrote. “He is merely doing what he thinks is necessary to get elected and he will continue doing it as long as it keeps him in power.”

Islamic Watch: CAIR doesn’t care for free speech.


Written by smalltalkwitht

October 9, 2008 at 11:07 am

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