|Sami Al-Arian with George W. and Laura Bush during Bush's 2000 campaign|
Deported Palestinian Civil Rights Activist: Jeb Bush Lied About Working With Me: Sami Al-Arian reveals how Jeb Bush courted his political support, then helped destroy his life after 9/11
In the late 1990s through 2001, Dr. al-Arian experienced tremendous success as the most effective Muslim-American electoral-politics organizer in history. But he became a victim of that success when, after delivering the 2000 election to George W. Bush, he was railroaded out of the University of South Florida and into prison by a hysterical 9/11-addled lynch mob...a campaign which, like the 9/11 false flag operation itself, was led by Zionists terrified of losing their grip on US foreign policy, which would mean the end of their genocidal settler-colonial entity in Occupied Palestine.
Why in the world did Dr. al-Arian and the American Muslim community elect George W. Bush?! As al-Arian explains in this interview, Bush (unlike Gore) promised to end the practice of using secret evidence to justify the judicial kidnappings and disappearances of Muslim activists. (The activists targeted were almost always those working for justice in Palestine, suggesting that the American judicial system, even then, had been captured by the Zionists.)
In this interview, we compare our respective academic freedom struggles (I was driven out of the University of Wisconsin by the same Zionist mob that orchestrated 9/11 and targeted Dr. al-Arian) and various related issues, including the evidence of Zionist complicity in the 9/11 atrocities. I also inform him about Jeb Bush's direct participation in the destruction of evidence showing that Huffman Aviation and other alleged "flight schools" where the alleged 9/11 hijackers pretended to train were actually CIA drug import airstrips.
Sami al-Arian is one of only three Muslims listed in American Dissidents: An Encyclopedia of Troublemakers, Subversives, and Prisoners of Conscience which profiles 152 people in American public life from the late 1800s till now. He is the 10th youngest person on the list (the youngest is Bradley Manning). The only two other Muslims are Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali; and the only other Arab-American is Ralph Nader. Sami comments: "What an incredible honor to be in such company."