- “… jihad is a holy struggle, a legitimate tenet of Islam, meaning to purify oneself or one’s community.” — John Brennon in May 2010
- John Brennon calls Jerusalem (the capital of Israel) by its Arabic name “Al-Quds.”
- John Brennon believes that the fact that 20% of released Guantanamo detainees returns to the battlefield to fight against America is totally fine.
- John Brennon believes that U.S. officials must “cease public Iran-bashing.”
John Brennon: Just another anti-Israel pro-terrorist Obama nominee.
Update: After hearing John Brennon’s comments about violent jihad, there is more disturbing news: Brennon “converted to Islam” in the 1990s. Non-Muslims are not allowed to visited the Islamic holy cities of Mecca and Medina– but according to former FBI agent John Guandolo, “Mr Brennan visited the holy sites during the Hajj season… between 1996 and 1999.” Guandolo referred to a video showing Brennan saying that during his time in Saudi Arabia, he “marveled at the majesty of the Hajj and the devotion of those who fulfilled their duty as Muslims by making that pilgrimage.” Mr. Guandolo stated that Brennan is “‘unfit’ to take charge of the CIA, and claimed U.S. government officials based in Saudi Arabia during that period ‘were direct witnesses to his growing relationships with individuals who work with the Saudi government and they witnessed his conversion to Islam’.”
As for Obama, he seems quite pleased with his radical Islamic nominee for America’s next CIA director:
“Obama famously promised to close the Guantanamo detention facility within a year of becoming president of the United States. But as he acknowledges, it’s still open with “approximately 166 detainees” nearly four full years after Obama was first sworn in as president.”
Update: Obama appointed Daniel Fried as “Special Envoy” in charge of an office that Obama created ostensibly for the purpose of closing the Guantanamo detention facility. But now, that office has been closed (while the Guantanamo detention facility remains open)– Daniel Fried has been “reassigned” and “will not be replaced.”