Saturday, July 28, 2007

Sudan version of the Muslim Brotherhood. The head of the Muslim Brotherhood in Sudan was on Ziyarah Khassah on AlJazeera. The guy was so out of it that he reminded me of the theories that were popularized by King Faysal of Saudi Arabia. He said--actually said--that he is opposed to the inoculation of Sudanese children against diseases because he believes that "Jews and Freemasons" have devious plots from those medical procedures. When the patient host, Sami Kulayb, asked him for any evidence, he said that he saw that on the internet--I kid you not. Kulayb later said that he did not challenge the guest because it serves no purpose. I disagree.