[ASI] Remember 9/11: Stop Al Jazeera

February 4th, 2013 at 6:42 am EDT
Cliff Kincaid
America's Survival, Inc.

Dear Friend of America's Survival:

For Immediate Release

"Remember 9/11: Stop Al Jazeera"

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Veteran journalist and activist Cliff Kincaid said today that Al Gore's blood money transaction with Al Jazeera can be stopped cold if the House Homeland Security Committee holds hearings into the former vice president's sale of his Current TV channel to the pro-Jihadist oil-rich Middle Eastern regime in Qatar.

Kincaid, president of America's Survival, Inc., (www.usasurvival.org) said, "If Congress won't do its job and prevent the emergence of this homeland security threat on American soil, we will do what we can to stop this deal by going after the cable and satellite providers of this new 'Al Jazeera America' as well as any of its advertisers. We will never forget 9/11 and will not permit Osama bin Laden's favorite TV channel to enter the U.S. media market." 

ASI is holding an "Investigate Al Jazeera Now" National Press Club news conference on Tuesday, February 5, at 1 pm that is open to the press and the public. Speakers include Kincaid, Pamela Geller, leader of the opposition to the Ground Zero Mosque, and Jerry Kenney, a television producer who has examined the illegal nature of Al Jazeera's operations in the U.S.

The press conference will include the release of detailed reports on Al Jazeera's involvement with al Qaeda and other terrorist groups, and the role of The Huffington Post in promoting the terror channel. Kincaid also intends to name the names of members of Congress who have refused to support calls for an investigation of Al Jazeera. 

The 1 p.m. Feb. 5 press conference at the National Press Club is open to the media and public. You may register with Phil Kent at philkent@philkent.com

For America's Survival,

Cliff Kincaid, President

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