Friday, July 25, 2008

'I'm No Osama. Just Ask My Mama'

Wow, this is really lame. Bringing your mommy in to vouch for you and claim you're not a terror supporter when the evidence show that, well, you are.

That's the lame stunt pulled yesterday by the pathetic Brooklyn Imam Siraj Wahhaj.
I'm no Osama. Just ask my mama.

That's the argument Brooklyn Imam Siraj Wahhaj made yesterday in an effort to prove that neither he nor the controversial Islamic subway-ad campaign he's promoting has anything to do with terrorism.

"If she says I'm a terrorist, I am a terrorist," Wahhaj said, calling his mother up to the microphone at a press conference at his Bedford-Stuyvesant mosque. "What do you say, Mom?"

Gloria Sage looked at her son, who was born Jeffrey Kearse, and dutifully said, "No way."

Wahhaj blasted the Post for Monday's front-page story about the ads, set to appear in 1,000 subway cars come September.

He conceded that his name appeared on a list of unindicted co-conspirators linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, that he has called the FBI and the CIA "the real terrorists," and that he hopes all Americans will eventually be "persuaded" to become Muslim.
That last part is noteworthy since just yesterday, Ibrahim Hooper of CAIR, another group of unindicted terror co-conspirators went on national television and blatantly lied that Wahhaj was not an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 attack.

Stunning, isn't it, that Dougie Hooper would lie through his teeth?

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