Cue Cumber

In his speech at the Islamic Center of Washington this past June, President Bush announced that he would be appointing an emissary to the Organization of the Islamic Conference. We lamented President Bush’s announcement at the time in “A symbolic visit to a Wahhabi outpost, part 2.”
Our appointed emissary to the OIC turns out to be one Sada Cumber, whom Stephen Schwartz introduced in a Weekly Standard column earlier this month. Schwartz to the contrary notwithstanding, Mark Steyn finds Cumber delivering the expected bromides on his maiden mission. Among these bromides, according to AFP, is the teaching “that Muslim and American values are the same.”
UPDATE: Andrew Bostom takes a whack at Cumber in “Losing our soul to the Islamintern.”

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