Long version of this article, published in the Free Beacon.
Missouri Democrat launches 9-11 Truth PAC
by Adam Credo
A Democratic Party caucus chairman who has speculated about Jewish involvement in the 9/11 terrorist attacks has launched a new political action committee dedicated to supporting “anti-Zionist” Muslim candidates who believe “the ‘war on terror’ is a hoax and that the official story of 9/11 is not true,” according to the group’s website.
MD Rabbi Alam is an Obama campaign ally and Missouri-based Democratic activist who came under fire in July after he told the Free Beacon that “not a single Jew” was killed during the 9/11 attacks. (Alam is not a rabbi.) ...
Called the American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC), the group aims to get “Muslims elected to office” and become more active in the American political system. Alam is listed at the website’s owner.
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Dear Adam Credo,
Your article "Missouri Democrat launches 9-11 Truth PAC" is misleading, perhaps even libelous, and ought to be corrected.
The phrases "speculated about Jewish involvement" and "not a single Jew"
give the reader a false and arguably libelous impression of MD Alam's
position on 9/11. In fact, MD has publicly declared that he mis-spoke
when he made these statements, and he has apologized to the Jewish
community. He has corrected himself by explaining that he was referring
to the fact that there is documented proof of Israelis (not Jews as
such) being warned and vacating the Towers prior to 9/11, resulting in a
"miraculous" dearth of Israelis killed in the three controlled
demolitions that day.
For proof of controlled demolitions, see http://www.AE911truth.org
Also, your article suggests that AMPAC's primary or sole focus is 9/11,
Zionism, and the "war on terror." Even a cursory examination of the
website http://ampacus.webs.com/apps/blog/ shows that this is not the
case. The truth is that AMPAC will be supporting essentially all Muslim
candidates for office, and will be focusing on a wide range of issues.
Please publish a correction establishing, for the record, the facts as stated above.