While Norwegian police look into island shooter Anders Breivik’s claims that he has links to two additional “cells,” Interpol is investigating his claim that he is part of an international network dedicated to fighting an Islamic takeover of Europe. He claims he attended an organizing meeting in London. Interpol is taking the claim seriously enough that they’ve asked Scotland Yard for backup personnel to pursue the hunt. The Sydney Morning Herald of Australia reports some important details.
The Israeli left is none too happy about the fact that broadcaster Glenn Beck is planning a huge rally for Jerusalem in August. But it seems that it’s not only the left that has become concerned about the marriage of convenience between the controversial American conservative and Israelis — it’s also some on the Israeli right.
He and Fox News have gone their separate ways, but Glenn Beck still has fans in Israel’s parliament.
Glenn Beck fever is sweeping the Holy Land. The controversial American broadcaster has got Israel talking about the rally he is planning for Jerusalem in August.
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Glenn Beck has cleared things up: Reform Judaism and “radicalized Islam” don’t have so much in common, after all.
The Glenn Beck-George Soros story gets stranger by the day.
Every revolution has its Jewish moment, and Glenn Beck’s call to “restore honor” is no exception. Beck, who with Sarah Palin on Saturday drew a huge crowd to the Lincoln Memorial in the National Mall in Washington, focused his revival call on bringing back faith to America, and nothing says faith more than having a Jewish rabbi alongside Christian clergy on the stage.
Really don’t like Glenn Beck? Write a poem about it.