Over the weekend Washington banned Craig John Murray, former UK’s ambassador to Uzbekistan to enter the United States to present the Sam Adam Award for CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou at the Oxford Union.
Craig Murray received the Sam Adams Award in 2006.
John Kiriakon is an associate fellow with the Washington-based Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), founded/funded by Samuel Rubin Foundation in 1963. Peter Weiss, son-in-law of Samuel Rubin, was the first chairman of IPS. Kiriakon blogs and writes for Huffington Post, a ZioCon mouthpiece.
The Sam Adams Award was established by ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern in 2002 in honor of Samuel A. Adams (d. 1988), a CIA whistleblower during the Vietnam War.
Craig Murray was thrown out of Uzbekistan by country’s former president Islam Karimov for accusing the pro-USrael dictator for operating torture chambers on behalf of London and Washington. Incidentally, Murray’s second wife Nadira Alieva is bellydancer from a Tashkent nightclub.
Craig Murray is a campaigner for an independent Scotland.
Craig Murray is not a convert to Islam nor he hates Jews. He does criticize Zionist regime’s policies, but believes Israel has the rights to exist. He doesn’t like criticism of the Six Million Died story – as he banned me on his blog for doing that.
Murray’s entry ban was by what the US State Department and Department of Homeland Security, a Zionist Scam, calls “a hit (terrorist)”.
Craig Murray was recently interviewed by Canadian-born Paul Jay (Jewish) founder/CEO of The Real News Network, an internet news website. Israeli-born British author Gilad Atzmon calls Paul Jay an anti-Zionist Zionist (listen below).
Last year, Pakistani human rights lawyer Mirza Shahzad Akbar was blocked from speaking at a conference hosted by the Columbia University law school’s human rights program in 2011. He had trouble getting a visa to speak at a CODEPINK conference in 2012. He has represented Karim Khan in his lawsuit against the US government for launching a drone attack that killed Khan’s son and brother.
In 2004, Swiss-born Muslim Martin Luther (Tariq Ramadan, PhD) was denied to take a teaching position at Catholic University of Notre Dame as result of a smear campaign by Israel-First Zionist Jew Daniel Pipes.