Hezbollah Targets Sharon Angle with over 250,000 robo-calls to Nevada voters!

Hezbollah Cash Behind Campaign Against Sharron Angle
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By Debbie Schlussel  October 13, 2010, - 2:31 pm

Yesterday, news broke that Muslim activist Tarek Beydoun of Dearbornistan paid for 250,000 robo-calls to Nevada voters against Sharron Angle, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate who will–G-d-willing–beat Harry Reid in November. Beydoun, a recent college grad, in his 20s claims he’s upset with Angle’s comments about Islamic sharia ruling Dearborn. And, in fact, she’s right, as I’ve documented on this site and in my work, more than any other writer or commentator on this earth. But that’s not the scoop here. The scoop is that Beydoun worked for a Hezbollah-funded newspaper and a Hezbollah charity raided by the FBI and that it is highly unlikely that Beydoun, himself, does NOT appear to have the means to personally fund 250,000 robo-calls against Angle.
So who is paying for it? My sources say that it may be Hezbollah cash, funneled to Mr. Beydoun, who identifies himself as a “Democratic consultant.” He’s actually a Hezbollah activist and very open about that. And until Beydoun–an proud supporter of Hezbollah, whose Shi’ite Muslim South Lebanese family is prominent in the terrorist organization–shows us an accounting of where the money came from, it’s pretty safe to assume that the money came from sources connected with Hezbollah.  He now works as a real estate agent in Dearbornistan, where mortgage fraud (committed by his fellow Hezbollah-supporting Shi’ite Muslims) and foreclosures run rampant.  Regardless, Beydoun, himself, worked for Al-Mabarat Charitable Organization in Dearbornistan, for which he raised money and served as spokesman to the press at the time FBI agents raided it in 2007 for financing Hezbollah.

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