May 19, 2005
A News Tour That You Don't Want To MissTopics: Blogger Round-up
For interesting information mixed in with some great entertainment, it's time to take an afternoon break and check out some other blogs that I check on daily.
Dave at Capital Region People writes that 100 Israeli Terror victims are to be flown to the Sunshine State to serve as prosecution witnesses in the trial of 4 Arab-Americans accused of terror links. The lead defendant in the case is none other than Sami al-Arian, a University of South Florida computer engineering professor.
Kim at "And Rightly So" has "Most Wanted Pervert Caught." Apparently one of America's Most Wanted pedophiles has been caught in New Hampshire.
Armies of Liberation has found something to agree on with Iranian mullahs.
Bill at INDC Journal has some quick links of his own. So does Dan at Digger's Realm who links Outside The Beltway on why Brits are starting to hate tea, The Education Wonks on the Carnival of Education, The Galvin Opinion and Ace of Spades on "Twin Towers II" (while there - check out the Venn diagram and find out how NewsWeek got caught dirty), with pictures of a proposed rebuilding of the towers, AND much more....
Chad at inTheBullPen posts that poor Osama's having a tough time, and wonders if narcissism is catching up with Bin Laden.
Ian at The Political Teen has.... wait a minute, you're not going to believe this, but the Muslims seem to have something else to rant about. Ian writes that they are all flaked out over the spelling of the koran! What is it going to be next? Correctly, Ian filed it under COMEDY. An imam thinks that the MSM is mocking Islam and "their"(sic) God by using a wide variety of spellings for the
comic holy book,"If the entire Muslim situation wasn't so damned dangerous and causing such grave
repercussions resulting from their reactions to almost anything, the Muslims as a people and their reactions to non-event(s) would be laughable.
And don't forget Dan at Riehl World View, who has some fun at the expense of the white house press corps.
Posted by Hyscience at May 19, 2005 12:02 PM
I really am not happy to agree with the Mullahs, but its true that the al-Qaeda Wahabbis are in the Yemeni govt. The Mullahs aren't much better.
Posted by: Jane at May 19, 2005 10:50 PM
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