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Tony Blair’s last interview as a PM

Actually, I am not 100% sure that it is his last interview as a Prime Minister.  But it is close to it, and very relevant (via LGF):

Blair here is very eloquent and pretty blunt.  He also threw out political correctness, perhaps because he does not care any more.

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July 3, 2007 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

A disturbing story

Well, this disturbing story was first posted by Debbie Schlussel in May, but I have just discovered it, thanks to Pamela of Atlas Shrugs.  In light of the latest plot by some jihadi doctors I think it is very relevant:

…On December 1, 2003, Joe Applebaum was admitted to Rush North Shore Medical Center, a major hospital in Chicago. He was stricken with an acute (or distended) abdomen–a swelling of the stomach that is easily diagnosed and treated. But it was never treated by anyone at the hospital. For 12 hours, Joe Applebaum was left alone–left to die, which he did the next day.

A Jewish man, he was identified as a Jew on the front page of his medical chart. The chief resident doctor assigned to treat Mr. Applebaum, Osama Ahmed Ibrahim, MD, sure noticed the religious notation on Applebaum’s chart. And it appears that this is why he never once checked or examined this emergency patient, Mr. Applebaum, and left him to die. When another doctor at the hospital finally examined Mr. Applebaum–not his assigned doctor, Dr. Ibrahim, he told Applebaum’s son, Michael, to say good-bye to his father because he was about to die.

Dr. Ibrahim, is a Muslim from Birmingham, England–a hotbed of Islamic radicalism and terror planning. It is breeding ground for anti-Semitic hate. He is a graduate of Ain Shams University Medical School in Egypt. This extremist school featured on its faculty the father of Al-Qaeda mastermind and number two, Dr. Ayman Al-Zawahiri. There Zawahiri was a Muslim Brotherhood activist.

As usual, I recommend reading the whole thing.

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