Saudi Connection to Presidential Assassination Suspect Getting MSM Coverage

Fox and Friends ran a lengthy segment this morning discussing connecting Ahmed Omar Abu Ali's motivation for plotting to assassinate Pres. Bush with the al Qaeda network to the Saudi funded Islamic Institute. The hosts brought up the Wahhabi curruculum at the school and seemed genuinely concerned that there are thousands of similar schools funded by the government of Saudi Arabia. The three also promised a lengthier report this weekend. As of this morning, no print articles can be found on the subject at FoxNews.com.

Where are the trio (or their producers) getting this information? You be the judge.

*Good morning Fox producers. Glad to have you as part of our growing readership.

Posted by: Rusty at 08:21 AM

Comments

1 they probably don't work on weekends.

I also heard his father worked there or taught there and was let go when the kid graduated at the ripe old age of 18. But what are schools like this thriving in the US? I mean WTF? And near Washington, DC? If we're supposed to be looking for terrorists, wouldn't that be the first place to close down.

hmmmmmm

Cindy

Cin

Posted by: firstbrokenangel at February 25, 2005 01:08 PM

2 Hey Macktastic Rusty Wicked---does this mean Juliet Huddy is in the stable of beeeches too?

Posted by: Steve the Llamabutcher at February 25, 2005 07:26 PM






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