Grandfather Awlaki Speaks Out

John Glaser, December 06, 2012




20 Responses to “Grandfather Awlaki Speaks Out”

  1. Christiane Amanpour, the queen of sleeze journalism

  2. You accept that he turned against…." Low life. Pure free speech issue.

  3. He loves America but his son turns out to be a Islamic Terror Mutt who advocates the murder of Americans and the destruction of the West and is the propaganda mouth piece for Al Qaeda….?

  4. It always amazes me that none of these reports mention that Anwar al-Awlaki was arrested after he returned to Yemen and spent a year or two in a Yemeni prison, at the request of the US government, according to him. He DID change after that, as anyone might after spending time in a Yemeni prison. His lectures were very popular among very English-speaking Muslims before that, and people were surprised to see what he was saying after that time in jail.

    As for his son, it's absurd for anyone to even imply that there was any justification for killing him.

  5. interestingly Amanpour

    a tainted but acclaimed "journalist" never heard of the underwear bomber as just another FBI stooge. But hey if the Obomber can grovel to neocolonial masters, so can Amanpour. THAT is the context of this false recitation of official propaganda. And bravo to all noble fathers who seek redress of their family's assassination and do it with such grace

  6. Uh-huh. And as everyone knows, if you don't love America, America hates you. The rest just follows. Free Speech is the new Terror. But apparently you're already on that page with Obama and the Killer Authoritarians.

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  9. Best of luck with the lawsuit Mr. Awlaki.

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  16. you get drunk in Riyadh. You don't get a great job at an influence mill with that on your résumé. You do if Ambassador to Saudi Arabia means what doing the "important work" needed under current polic

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  18. This kind of deaths are really disheartening. Innocent people were killed. I hope that justice be served so that the souls of the victims may rest in peace. It is good that Mr. Awlaki has filed a lawsuit.

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