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Kaine’s Appointee A Sharia Law Advocate

By Greg L | 27 September 2007 | Virginia Politics | 32 Comments

Courtesy of the Gates Of Vienna blog, we learn that Governor Kaine’s appointee on the Virginia Commission on Immigration is not only an anti-semetic islamist, but that he has actually advocated for the imposition of Sharia law on the United States.  Just what are the limits when these folks talk about the supposed value of diversity?  Are we to celebrate diversity to such an extent that we embrace changing our laws so that we can murder homosexuals, stone to death women who somehow bring shame on their families, and kill people solely because they fail to embrace Islam?  With his apparent endorsement of these beliefs, Governor Kaine is selling out the citizens of Virginia to radical lobbyists that are promoting values that are anything but Virginian.

From Baron Bodissey:

It’s becoming clear that the Muslim Brotherhood has penetrated deeply and at all levels of government within the United States.

Laura Ingraham has posted an audio interview (mp3 format) with Dr. Omeish, in which he admits to wanting Shari’a as the law for the U.S.A., if it can be voted in, and that he will work towards that end.

Note also the relationship between the Muslim American Society and the very radical Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation, run by Mahdi Bray.

There’s a growing relationship between the open borders lobby and Muslim organizations which many find disturbing.  The devotion of the Virginia Muslim Political Action Committee to the cause of Mexicans Without Borders — they ran a voter registration booth at the Zapatista protests a few weeks ago and have spoken numerous times in support of the legislative agenda of Mexicans Without Borders, and even have been a supporter of Day Laborer centers in Herndon — has many concerned about how these local organizations are playing into the more global efforts of Wahabbists to convert people in Central America to Islam.  The efforts of Al-Quaida to infiltrate terrorists through our southern border amongst the many illegal alien border jumpers who cross into the United States alarmingly dovetails into this sordid narrative.

And in Governor Kaine, it seems that the forces of radical Islam have found a willing, although perhaps unwitting, accomplice.  With a history so well documented, it’s hard to believe that Kaine didn’t know about the political history of Dr. Omeish, so the “I didn’t know” excuse, which is certain to come soon, is going to be very difficult to swallow.

H/T: Jim Bacon.  Holy Toledo, indeed.

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  1. The Patriot said on 27 Sep 2007 at 12:31 pm:
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    Just like I mentioned in the other thread! No one ever listens though!

  2. Anonymous said on 27 Sep 2007 at 12:43 pm:
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    Whew. Greg, you know how to stir it up, don’t you?

  3. RU Paul said on 27 Sep 2007 at 12:46 pm:
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    Just the facts!!

  4. dolph said on 27 Sep 2007 at 12:56 pm:
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    I don’t believe that opposing some of the actions of Israel necessarily make a person anti-semetic. Plenty of Israelis do not approve of all the actions of their government. That hardly makes them anti-semetic.

    Having said that, it seems that a better candidate for this committe could have been chosen. This man seems to have some baggage that many would feel is unacceptable.

    Post 9-11, it is very hard for me to be objective about Islam. The dark side of this religion/way of life always seems to creep through.

  5. Anonymous said on 27 Sep 2007 at 1:04 pm:
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    Good fodder for O’Reilly and Dobbs.

  6. Anonymous said on 27 Sep 2007 at 1:12 pm:
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    “The efforts of Al-Quaida to infiltrate terrorists through our southern border amongst the many illegal alien border jumpers who cross into the United States alarmingly dovetails into this sordid narrative.”

    Can you prove this, Greg? And also, why is it that we’ve had more terrorists apprehended on our porous northern border than from the one with Mexico? Why not press for more security on the northern border, as well?

  7. Isophorone said on 27 Sep 2007 at 1:17 pm:
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    So does this mean that Jonathan Mark is going to start a “GoodbyeTim” web site? LOL

    By the way, if you want to use the other term for being a Jew-hater, it’s “anti-semItic,” not “anti-semEtic.”

  8. RU Paul said on 27 Sep 2007 at 1:18 pm:
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    Anonymous said…why is it that we’ve had more terrorists apprehended on our porous northern border than from the one with Mexico?
    You said it yourself…the terrorists were APPREHENDED on the porous northern border. We need to shore up the porous southern border so we can APPREHEND them down there, too!!

  9. Anonymous said on 27 Sep 2007 at 1:30 pm:
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    RU Paul — Nope, it just hasn’t happened yet.

    Along the northern and southern borders, undercover federal investigators tried to enter the United States using fake driver’s licenses and fake birth certificates.

    The results? Staggering. At all nine border crossings tested, investigators got in easily. Not a single border agent detected the phony IDs. In fact, at two crossings, agents didn’t even check any IDs at all.


    We will not reveal the exact crossings tested this year, but they’re in a variety of states: California, Arizona, Texas, Washington, Michigan and New York.


  10. ddpdrinker said on 27 Sep 2007 at 1:53 pm:
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    I say we bring the troops home and let THEM patrol the borders.

  11. Clean it up in '07 said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:09 pm:
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    WRVA (AM 1140) in Richmond is reporting right now that Gov. Kaine is “re-thinking” his appointment to the commission. I’ll send a link to any official statements that come out.

  12. G Man said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:12 pm:
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    Anonymous 1:12 - Here is the most recent example of PROOF you requested.



  13. Clean it up in '07 said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:15 pm:
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    Here’s the link:


  14. Lafayette said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:17 pm:
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    That’s right. Why not have the National Guard lend a hand too?
    Secure borders are a must. In the meantime we must roll up the “red carpet” and make this place less desirable to illegal aliens.
    Clean it up in ‘07,
    Can’t wait and thanks in advance.

  15. Clean it up in '07 said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:18 pm:
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    Here’s the link again…let’s see if this works better.

  16. Turn PW Blue said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:30 pm:
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    Actually, RU Paul, the northern border should be seen as more of a concern from the terrorism perspective. A GAO report just out found the northern border to be very vulnerable.


  17. Mando said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:38 pm:
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    Actually, Turn PW Blue, a 2005 DEA report details Islamic extremists partnering with Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate the souther border:


    “It is very likely that any future ‘September 11th’ type of terrorist event in the United States may be facilitated, wittingly or unwittingly, by drug traffickers operating on both sides of the United States-Mexico border,” the DEA report says.

    “Hearings I held in Laredo [Texas] last year and this DEA report show that our southern border is a terrorist risk,” Mr. Royce said. “Law enforcement has warned that people from Arab countries have crossed the border and adopted Hispanic surnames. The drug cartels have highly sophisticated smuggling and money-laundering networks, which terrorists could access.”

  18. Anonymous said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:54 pm:
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    The Washington Times as a valid source??? Bwhaaaaaa!

  19. silverfox said on 27 Sep 2007 at 2:56 pm:
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    Thanks Clean it up in ‘07 for the cite you mentioned. Just checked it again to learn Dr. Omeish is stepping down.

  20. RU Paul said on 27 Sep 2007 at 3:00 pm:
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    That doesn’t say much for Timmy Kaine’s judgement or lack thereof

  21. G Man said on 27 Sep 2007 at 3:17 pm:
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    Yep, it’s on the wire Omesh has stepped down (or maybe forced out) after Kaine was made publicily aware of Omesh’s terrorist ties. Here is one source:


    But don’t worry dolph Kaine has vowed to appoint ANOTHER Muslim.

  22. Anonymous said on 27 Sep 2007 at 3:44 pm:
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    Deniability! I didn’t know!

  23. Cyril Basington-Basington said on 27 Sep 2007 at 3:56 pm:
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    Can you imagine what it would be like in this country if religious extremists took over the country and started making decisions based on what they felt their god wanted them to do instead of making decisions based on science and logic? And if they started enforcing their arbitrary morality on the rest of us? Man, I’m glad something like that couldn’t happen here!

  24. Rob Smalls said on 27 Sep 2007 at 4:07 pm:
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    Cyril - Morality only appears arbitrary when you think all morality is relative.

  25. dolph said on 27 Sep 2007 at 4:32 pm:
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    G Man

    And that is supposed to make me happy?

  26. Dave B. said on 27 Sep 2007 at 4:41 pm:
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    Dear God this man made a colossal blunder here. We need to hold his feet to the fire. If he makes decisions like this then what else is he doing to screw over the safety and security of the commonwealth? He won’t support his citizens desire for illegal immigration enforcement and now he hires a terrorist to oversee the very thing that he has no desire to enforce! Recall, recall, recall.

  27. Clean it up in '07 said on 27 Sep 2007 at 4:42 pm:
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    The more things change, the more they stay the same.

    This will be just the first of many ridiculous things to happen with this commission.

    Once these commissions start operating, every bill dealing with trying to fix the illegal alien problem will be referred to this group for “study” where, I predict, all constructive measures will be buried somewhere and never see the light of day. Then all the legislators who want to make their constituents believe they are doing something to solve the problem will say, “let’s wait to see what the commission come up with.”

    We need another commission to do the REAL work. There should be a “Marshall Commission” that can devise REAL solutions to the problem — call it “The Marshall Plan.”

  28. Cyril Basington-Basington said on 27 Sep 2007 at 5:23 pm:
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    Rob Smalls, sorry but “morality” is a relative concept. Although many moral imperatives are universal (and obvious) like not killing, stealing, or lying, others are completely arbitrary and pointless. Witness for example the Islamic concept of making women run around completely covered up, Hasidic Jews and silly haircuts, fundie Christians who don’t believe in making graven images, and Republican concepts of seeing homosexuality as evil. These are all idiotic moral rules, pointless and counterproductive in today’s society, but for some reason they fascinate the lower orders.

  29. dolph said on 27 Sep 2007 at 5:42 pm:
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    Kaine made a mistake. He corrected it. I prefer to give him credit for correcting his mistake in a timely fashion.

  30. Rob Smalls said on 27 Sep 2007 at 7:47 pm:
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    Cyril - You just contradicted yourself. If all morality is relative, there are no obvious and universal “moral imperatives”, because there would be nothing to anchor those concepts to. The obvious and universal are absolutes, which dispels the notion of all morality being relative.

    But I guess condescending to “the lower orders” doesn’t give you enough time to actually think about what you have to say to keep yourself from looking foolish.

  31. Cyril Basington-Basington said on 27 Sep 2007 at 8:26 pm:
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    Rob, understanding that things like murder and stealing are wrong is trivial. The smallest child can figure them out. I pity people who can only do good because they fear the punishment of an invisible sky wizard.

    There are clear, universally true moral precepts: murder is bad. There are other precepts adopted here and there–the dumb stuff like don’t eat pork–that are pointless.

    It’s so sad to see people who can’t conceive of morality unless it’s tied to some magical Daddy figure.

  32. Clean it up in '07 said on 28 Sep 2007 at 10:11 am:
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    Once again…very well said by Rob Smalls.

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