Is the Washington Post more stupid than dangerous or more dangerous than stupid? Just wondering.
The fact that no one is surprised by this should say something. He’s in good company at WaPo. His big mistake was being videotaped. Does the Washington Post need a Federal investigation for providing aid and comfort to a known terrorist?
Meet Mohammed al-Houthi, a leader of the Houthi movement. The Washington Post recently gave him space to write an oped about “peace.” pic.twitter.com/T5RyB5zh8V
— Mike (@Doranimated) January 1, 2019
Guess that doesn’t violate Twitter’s rules on hate speech.
— 1310kzrg (@1310kzrg) January 3, 2019
A report published on Wednesday alleges that a video has emerged of Washington Post op-ed contributor Mohammad Ali al-Houthi chanting “death to America” while firing a rocket from his shoulder.
“The Washington Post contributor chanted: ‘Allah is the greatest. Death to America. Death to Israel. Curse the Jews. Victory to Islam,’” Conservative Review’s Jordan Schachtel reported. “He has also taken to his unverified but media– and think tank-cited Twitter account to repeat the infamous Houthi slogan.”
The video was posted to Twitter by Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Michael Doran, who served in the administration of President George W. Bush as a senior director in the National Security Council.
“Ali Shihabi, the founder of the Arabia Foundation, a Washington D.C.-based Middle East think tank, confirmed to Conservative Review that it is indeed al-Houthi in the video,” Conservative Review added. “Shihabi tells CR that it is ‘documentary evidence of the type of leader’ that the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen is up against, whom ‘many critics have ignored.'” More
Shame on The Washington Post who gave their platform to a leader of the terrorist militia, instead of exposing the crimes that were committed by him and his militia.
WaPo literally promoting terrorists and terrorism. Is anyone actually surprised by that? Please comment below and let us know your thoughts.
Muhammad al Houthi in another clip of interest. pic.twitter.com/oMskwVSZIZ
— Ali Shihabi (@aliShihabi) January 1, 2019