Press Uses Actors in War On Islam
by Carol A.
Copyright, November, 2001
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Meet "The Face of Hate."
"Face of hate: A Muslim man looks up at the stage as
he prays at an anti-America rally in
Here is a close up of the hater:
The credit under the photo reads: "Photo by Gerald Herbert/The Washington Times."
Meet A "Friend or Relative" of the late
On October 29, The Washington Times featured another photograph, again credited to Gerald Herbert, this one measuring 8 x 5 inches. It also appeared above the fold on pg. 1.
The caption under the photo reads: "Friends
and relatives of Afghan military opposition commander Abdul Haq prayed at a gathering at his home in
Compare the face with the face of the October 20 hater.
The hater and the friend/relative of the late Abdul Haq are one and the same.
The October 29 friend of
Now look at the other "mourners" in the October 29 photo. Note the strange facial expressions and hand gestures.
This country is slaughtering thousands of Afghans who have committed no crimes against us, in order to steal Afghani mineral and oil wealth, to trigger a larger war against other Islamic nations, and to eradicate any opposition to Imperium Judaicum.
No, the faces of hate are not possessed by those uttering
Islamic prayers. The faces of hate are possessed by the schlockmeisters who run
"Face of hate: A Muslim man looks up at the stage as he prays at an
anti-America rally in
"Friends and relatives of
Afghan military opposition commander Abdul Haq
prayed at a gathering at his home in
Lamenting a Lost Leader