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Saturday, July 22, 2006

Middle East

So what is going on in the Middle East? I have no idea!

Just who is in charge in Lebanon? Hezbollah!

Why are the Lebanese Government (the president must be Maronite Christian, the prime minister must be Sunni Muslim, and the speaker of the parliament must be Shi'a Muslim) not doing something about this situation? Lebanon is a majority Shi'a country. The Hizbollah are Shi'a. There is no way on gods green earth that the country's Shi'a Army will go against Shi'a Hezbollah.

Why are the other governments around not doing anything? Self interest!

Syria are mostly Sunni. Iraq (65 percent Arab Shi'a, 15 percent Arab Sunni and 20 percent Kurdish. Iraqi Kurds are mostly Sunni, with about 10% being Shi'a Faili Kurds). and Iran (approximately 91 % are Shi'a and 8 % are Sunni) None there will stand against the Hezbollah.

Oman (Majority Ibadi and 25% Sunni) and Yemen (42% Shi'a 55% Sunni) are to small and to distant to help anyone.

Saudi Arabia are Sunnis (The Majority are Sunni Muslims (about 10%) are Shi'a Muslims) They wont stand up to the Hezbollah. Saudis don't like confrontation. Iraq is predominantly Shiite but Saddam and his boy were Sunnis. Because of the fact that Shiites out numbered the Sunnis, they ruled with an iron fist. Shi'a hate Sunnis almost as much as they hate Jews.

Saudi Arabia thinks because the "Two Holy Mosques" are on Saudi soil they are the governers of all Islam. I think this riles the others a bit because all Moslems have to make at least one trip in their life time to Mecca. Of course the Saudis make an awful lot of money out of this.

Jordan, also Sunni, could be the voice of reason in the region, but will likely stay out of it for fear of reprisals from whoever they side against.

Turkey are a different kettle of fish altogether (About 99% of the population is officially Muslim, the majority of whom are Sunni. The Shi'a population, including Alevis is estimated at between 20-25%). Turkey want in to Europe they will not get involved in the present war. They are not as hardline as other Middle East countries but you can bet if they get into Europe they will change and not for the better.

Hezbollah means Party of God they were formed in 1982 specifically to fight Israel who were, to be fair, occupying Lebanon at that time. In 2000 when the Israelsi moved they should have been demobilised. Hezbollah is regarded by the Iranian & Syrian governments as a legitimate resistance, a view common in the Arab and Muslim world.

The United States and Israel claim that Hezbollah receives financial and political assistance, as well as weapons and training, from Iran and Syria. Syria and Iran admit supporting Hezbollah, but deny supplying it with weapons.

I have no idea what is going to be the outcome of the present situation but when Israel has expended itself fighting in Lebanon it wouldn't surprise me if other Middle East countries take the opportunity to have a 'legitimate' war and seriously trounce the Jews.

Hezbollah are without doubt a fighting organiseation as can be deduced by their flag.

Friday, July 21, 2006

A few choice verses....

....from the Qur'aan and other holy writings

Qur’an:8:39 "So fight them until there is no more Fitnah (disbelief [non-Muslims]) and all submit to the religion of Allah alone (in the whole world)."

Qur’an:8:39 "Fight them until all opposition ends and all submit to Allah."

Qur’an:8:65 "O Prophet, urge the faithful to fight. If there are twenty among you with determination they will vanquish two hundred; if there are a hundred then they will slaughter a thousand unbelievers, for the infidels are a people devoid of understanding."

Tabari VI:139 "Allah had given his Messenger permission to fight by revealing the verse "And fight them until persecution is no more, and religion is all for Allah.’"

Tabari IX:25 "By Allah, I did not come to fight for nothing. I wanted a victory over Ta’if so that I might obtain a slave girl from them and make her pregnant."

Ishaq:470 "We attacked them fully armed, swords in hand, cutting through heads and skulls."

Qur’an:4:104 "And do not relent in pursuing the enemy."

The Prophet of DOOM
This will take some time to read but read it you should.

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Taxpayers fund radical Muslim cleric's Turkey trip

by BENEDICT BROGAN, Daily Mail 19:58pm 13th July 2006
British taxpayers paid for a Muslim cleric who has defended suicide bombers to attend a conference on Islam in Turkey, it has emerged.

The Government paid for Yusuf al-Qaradawi and his wife to fly from their home in Qatar to Istanbul for the two-day event, and for their accommodation in a five-star hotel. The 80-year-old cleric was the focus of furious protests in 2004 when he visited Britain as a guest of London mayor Ken Livingstone.

He is considered the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, a militant group with offshoots around the world which acts as the ideological engine room of Islamist extremism. Mr al-Qaradawi, who has also called for the execution of homosexuals and opposed equal rights for women, addressed the opening day of the £300,000 conference.

He has defended Palestinian suicide bombers who attack Israel as "a weapon which the weak resort to". He was invited to speak by a steering group that included Sir Iqbal Sacranie, the former head of the Muslim Council of Britain.

The Foreign Office confirmed that it had covered Mr Qaradawi's expenses as part of its support for the conference, which took place earlier this month. Frances Guy, the FCO civil servant in charge of the "Engaging with the Islamic World Group", met Mr Qaradawi at the conference.
Details emerged as leaked emails obtained by the journalist Martin Bright and included in a pamphlet published by the think tank Policy Exchange yesterday revealed unease in the Foreign Office about Britain's relations with extremists.

Critics say the Government's support for Mr Qaradawi flies in the face of Tony Blair's calls for an end to tolerance for so-called "preachers of hate". Two years ago Mr Blair told MPs: "Let me make it absolutely clear. We want nothing to do with people who support suicide bombers in Palestine, or elsewhere or support terrorism."

And last week, on the eve of the anniversary of the London tube bombings, he said: "If we want to defeat extremism, we have to defeat its ideas." Mr Qaradawi and his wife were among 180 Muslim leaders from Europe, Egypt and Saudi Arabia flown by the Foreign Office to Istanbul for a conference called "Muslims in Europe" held in the luxury Ceylan InterContinental Hotel. Mr Qaradawi is banned from the United States, and when he appeared in Britain his visit sparked protests from Jewish and gay groups.

A leaked FCO memo dated last July revealed how some diplomats are keen to promote links with Mr Qaradawi, describing him as "a highly respscted islamic scholar". A spokesman for the FCO defended the decision to pay for Mr Qaradawi to attend the conference: "It is our view that you have got to engage in discussion with individuals with whom you don't necessarily agree."

More: Extremist linked cleric given green light to enter Britain

Excuse me but.....I wanna know know WTF is the British Government doing covering the expenses of a known terror preacher (who lives in Qatar not in Europe) to a conference in Turkey (not in Europe) about Muslems in Europe. This man has more money than most moslems I know (and I know a damn sight more than most of you) and he can well afford to pay for his own ticket. Tony Blair has got to realise that MM is not the initials of the famous Mouse or his favourite candy but the Muslim Menace. You cannot buy these people. Sure they will take your gifts and trinkets but they will laugh at your stupidity in the process. They will only stop at world domination.

Saturday, July 15, 2006

READ IT AND WEEP

July 12, 2006
Apostasy: Why One Woman Left Islam
The following is a harrowing true account from a former Muslim. It describes in detail how her experiences in Saudi Arabia forced her to accept that Islam is not the "religion of peace" as it has been described. In her own words, Flora del Mindanao tells why she could not remain a Muslim:
MY STORY
My home is a small village by the sea near Zamboanga in the Southern Philippines. The majority of the people in our village are Muslim but there is not the sharp distinction that you find in some parts of the Philippines. The next village down the shore from my own is predominantly Christian and the two villages interact very closely. People from each barangay shop in the market of the others village for items they can't find in their own and generally work very well together. There are Christian weddings held in our village hall when the church in the next village is not available and the church hall in the Christian village was the location for many Muslim weddings when our own village hall was being renovated. We all attend the "fiestas" at the other villages and there are many intermarriages between villages with Muslim girls and boys both being allowed to marry outside of their religion. I never knew that a Muslim woman was forbidden in Islam from marrying a non-Muslim until I left my homeland and that was only one of the many discoveries that I was to make about the reality of Islam.
Fishing provides the primary means of living for the people of my village and coconut farming is the next main occupation. Life is simple and while most of our people are poor, real poverty is rare. Most families have sufficient food to survive with no difficulty and you don't find children suffering from malnourishment. When all else fails and a family begins to slip into poverty due to some unexpected tragedy there is the timeworn tradition of the father, mother or eldest child picking up the burden by going abroad for employment to help support the family. In the case of my family it was the death of my father which brought us to the brink of starvation and as I at 16 was the eldest child, this is my story.

NOW READ THE HORROR OF THIS POOR GIRLS LIFE AT THE HANDS OF A RELIGIOUS ZEALOT
http://www.westernresistance.com/blog/archives/002544.html
THIS HAPPENS TO HUNDREDS OF YOUNG GIRLS HERE ALL THE TIME

Friday, July 14, 2006

Honour Killings

Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Article 3

Once again the streets of a quiet English suburb ran with the blood of an innocent girl. Honour Killings are still in the world of many cultures a fact of life. Many girls across the world are brutally murdered every year and it doesn't matter which country they are in. People come to the west for a better life, they never get it. They simply bring with them all the crap that made their lives bad in their home country.

They think that they have a right to meter out the same illegal punishment for petty crimes that would have been handed down in their own country. Not by judges but by ignorant members of their family.
Two cousins will now spend 10 and 20 years behind bars for the brutal murder of ones sister Samaria Nazir. Not only did they stab her 18 times, strangle her and cut her throat 3 times. They did it in front of two children aged 2 & 4 so they would know that they would get the same treatment if they were to dishonour the family.

And what was her crime? She fell in love. The only dishonour in this case is the dishonour that they have brought upon the family for believing that they were above the law. If there is a god he is not a god that approves of this and I feel sure these two will rot in the fires of hell.

There are two things we need and need right now. A clear warning to those who come to the UK and break our laws. And the DEATH penalty for those that do this in the future.

You cannot treat people with this mentality with kid gloves. They need to be hit and hit hard. Forget about their civil rights, they forfeit those when they commit these brutal murders on our land.

Yes you guessed it, I am f**king angry!

Sunday, July 02, 2006

PETALUMA, Calif. - It all started four years ago when Roger Dier bought a baby rat to feed his pet Indian python. But when he saw the furry little critter squeaking for its life, the lifelong animal lover said he didn't have the heart to let it become just another snake snack.
"I couldn't stand it," he told The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa. "I took the rat out of the cage and got to know it."

After that, Dier was hooked on the rodents, which he described as gentle, lovable and an endless source of entertainment. He later bought four more at the pet store — but didn't think to spay or neuter them.

Last week, animal control officers discovered more than 1,300 rats in Dier's small one-bedroom Petaluma home, after a neighbour complained about the foul smell. He was cited for misdemeanour animal cruelty.

Dier, 67, said depression, loneliness, denial and a recent bout of flu and bronchitis kept him from maintaining control of the fast-breeding population.
"I did not set out to do this," he told The Press Democrat. "I do acknowledge irresponsibility and there's a case for laziness, denial, incompetence and just plain foolishness."
But "it was not all my fault," he added. "It was this force of nature that overwhelmed me."

Dier moved to Petaluma in 1978, working at an assembly plant and as a stained glass maker. He now lives off a small inheritance from his mother.
By all appearances, Dier looks like an everyday retiree, donning jeans and an Hawaiian shirt on a warm afternoon and driving a new Toyota Tacoma.

But his house, located in a quiet middle-class neighbourhood, reeks of urine. The floor is covered with the chaff of feed mixed with rat droppings, and everything is gnawed on, including the Sheetrock walls, according to The Press Democrat.

When animal control officers arrived, they found some rats stacked six deep in cages so overcrowded that many had missing eyes and limbs.

Up to 250 pounds of food a week. Dier admitted that he felt some relief when they were confiscated, noting the "crushing burden" of trying to care for them. He was up to buying 250 pounds of rat food a week.

Most of the rats have been euthanized,
Meanwhile, Dier, who was allowed to keep his seven cats, said he was grieving the loss — and deaths — of his furry friends.

"That's a darn pity," Dier said. "It's unfair to the animals. I'm not saying I wasn't unfair letting them be born into existence, but they didn't deserve to die."

Excuse me but........... they are Rats FFS. Who the F cares! Euthanize the old boy he is obviously past his sell by date.