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While studying in Syria, before leaving around 1982, Sbetany had earned the honor of being named as “Top Graduating Student, College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Damascus University, 1980.”
Interesting bit of trivia: Saleh Sbetany left Syria when the Muslim Brotherhood was expelled in 1982. I don’t know if that means anything, but I thought it made sense to mention it and let you decide:
According to Wikipedia: During a 50-day moratorium on the application of the 7 July law, over a thousand members of the Muslim Brotherhood turned themselves in, hoping to escape the death penalty imposed on members of the terrorist organization; information published about them in the official press may give some insight into the composition of the Brotherhood’s membership at that time. Most of those who gave themselves up were students under twenty-five years of age, from Damascus and other large cities; others were schoolteachers, professors or engineers.
Here is part of an email I recently received from Dr. Sbenaty, member of the religion of peace: “…the lies (you are) spreading is a characteristic of a scumbag to say the least.”
The Board of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro conducted an investigation of Mosaad Rowash.
The Egyptian Cleric, Sheik Ossama Bahloul, Imam of the ICM
In 2010, Steve Emerson, Director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, discovered these images on the MySpace page of ICM Board Member, Mosaad Rowash. These photos were presented in court by concerned citizen Elizabeth Coker and were admitted into evidence when a local group attempted to obtain a restraining order on construction of the mosque, until such time that a full investigation could take place as to where the money was coming from and who was really behind this.
The Board of the Islamic Center, under the leadership of Egyptian Cleric, Ossama Bahloul, suspended Mosaad Rowash pending an investigation. When the media heat died down (of which there was very little) Mosaad Rowash was found innocent by the other Board Members and his position on the Board was reinstated.
All of the images on his MySpace page were scrubbed from the web – just suddenly gone. However they exist to this day on numerous hard drives, around the world, as some of us are not yet fully convinced that possession and promotion of these images of Islamic terrorists is something to be quite so easily dismissed. After removing the images of known Islamic terrorists, Mr. Rowash still keeps his MySpace Page up to this day, listing his occupation as “Slave to God” and posting only this message:
i love peace ,, every thing belong to peace … i hate terror and violence my dream is to see every body in this world live in peace .. i support love , peace , and just … that`s my massage to all the world.
For those who might say, “But Hamas is now a Democratically elected political party who does not engage in any more suicide bombings” I would say two things. What is wrong with the people of a region who would vote in an Islamic terrorist organization as a political party? But more relevant to the subject at hand, the pictures of the former Hamas terrorist leaders above, are from a time when their stated mission was to destroy all of the Jews and their tactics were not diplomatic, but rather terrorism. So, why does Mosaad Rowash have these pictures on his MySpace page?
Can this all be explained away? The images glorifying holocaust deniers, the assertion that Islamic terrorists were not behind 9/11, the images of machine guns, the Hamas pledge in Arabic, pictures of well known Islamic terrorists who targeted innocent Jewish civilians, the glorification of Jihad – is this all just one big misunderstanding?
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