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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 6:49 pm 
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More from the Pseudo-Religion of War;
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"Liberal Zionism"

Setting aside for a moment the argument of whether dividing historic Palestine into two states was ever a good idea, clearly forty years ago it was a viable solution. Today as liberal Zionist Jews and others call for this solution, it is a sad and pathetic sight.
In 1967, after the IDF completed the conquest of Palestine, great men like Dr. Nahum Goldman, Dr. Yishayahu Leibovitch, General Dr. Matti Peled and other prominent Jews called for the immediate establishment of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza. However, Jews in Israel, America and elsewhere around the world were basking in the messianic glow of the conquest of historic Israel, bewitched by the sounds of biblical names now made accessible. Names like Hebron and Bethlehem, Shilo and Bet El, all of which who were now within reach drove everyone, including secular liberal Jews to believe that there is a God and that he was really on their side.
Never mind that a solution whereby half of the population receives barely 20 percent of its historic homeland while the remaining half receives the rest had little chance of success to begin with. Now the West Bank is riddled with towns and malls and highways built on Palestinian land for Jews only and Israeli cabinet members openly discuss population transfers, or rather transfer of its non-Jewish population.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 07, 2011 1:58 am 
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January 6, 2011 - by Richard Fernandez

The power of intimidation as a weapon has recently been on display all over the world. Recently, the Pakistani governor who spoke out against blasphemy was assassinated in Pakistan by an Islamist whose arrival in court resembled that of a rock star. Qadri, a former member of the security services who wormed his way into Governor Salman Taseer’s bodyguard. “The governor’s remarks had hurt the sentiments of Muslims and Qadri could not control his sentiments,” said one top TV anchor on a prime-time show. ”
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Qadri became an instant hero for the Islamists who posted thousands of messages on Facebook. “Pray for the ascension of Qadri to heaven,” reads one.

Many religious leaders, even those from so-called moderate groups, were angered by Mr. Taseer’s support in recent months of a 45-year-old Christian farm worker, Asia Bibi, who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani court in November for blasphemy for insulting Islam.

“Everybody is in favor of Mumtaz Qadri,” said Raghib Hussain Naeemi, a leading cleric in Lahore. “Everybody is thinking that Salmaan Taseer was on the wrong side. He’s standing with that person who committed blasphemy.”
Perhaps a better term for blasphemy in these cases, which connotes sacrilege against the Holy, is “walking while a minority”. Intimidation has a political, not a sacred end. A friend remarked to me one evening that “what nobody realizes is that the Jews are just another oppressed minority in a region that oppresses minorities.” Whether you’re a Druze, Shi’a, Baha’i, Maronite Christian or Roman Catholic, your problem is fundamentally the same. At the least the sign says fundamentally the same thing: “not welcome here”. And hence, the intimidation.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 07, 2011 11:36 am 
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Perhaps a better term for blasphemy in these cases, which connotes sacrilege against the Holy, is “walking while a minority”. Intimidation has a political, not a sacred end. A friend remarked to me one evening that “what nobody realizes is that the Jews are just another oppressed minority in a region that oppresses minorities.” Whether you’re a Druze, Shi’a, Baha’i, Maronite Christian or Roman Catholic, your problem is fundamentally the same. At the least the sign says fundamentally the same thing: “not welcome here”. And hence, the intimidation.

"Oppressed minority"?! What total Marxist bullshit. They didnt need to go to Palestine in the first place and their landgrab was based upon an aggressive colonization policy designed to incite hostility against them to evoke world sympathy as perceived victims. This strategy was borrowed from the British policy in Northern Ireland. Theres nothing defensive about Zionism and the US shouldnt have been entangled into their blood feud with Moslems.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... ltery.html

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Stoned to death with her lover: Horrific video of execution of girl, 19, killed by Afghan Taliban for running away from arranged marriage


By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 4:59 PM on 27th January 2011

TALIBAN SPOKESMAN: 'Anyone who knows about Islam knows that stoning is in the Koran, and that it is Islamic law. There are people who call it inhuman - but in doing so they insult the Prophet. They want to bring foreign thinking to this country'

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Horrific video footage has emerged of Taliban insurgents stoning a couple to death for alleged adultery in northern Afghanistan.

Hundreds of villagers can be seen on the video standing around as the woman, Siddqa, is buried up to her waist in a four foot hole in the ground.

Two mullahs pass sentence before the crowd begins to throw rocks at her head and body as she desperately tries to crawl free.

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But the 19-year-old collapses to the ground, covered in blood - but miraculously still alive.

At this point a Taliban fighter shoots her three times in the head with an AK-47. The crowd can be heard shouting allahu akbar as she is killed.

Her lover, Khayyam, is then marched in front of the crowd with his hands tied behind his back.
He is blindfolded with his own tunic and crouches down close to the ground as he tried to protect his body from the stones.

But he is battered to the floor by a barrage of rocks. He can be heard sobbing before eventually falling silent.
The stoning - the first to be documented on film since the Taliban were ousted from power - took place in the district of Dashte Archi, in Kunduz, last August.

Officials said that Siddqa had run away after being sold into an arranged marriage for $9,000 against her will.

She ran away to be with Khayyam, who was already married and had two children, and the pair eloped to Pakistan.

But it is understand that they returned to their home village after being reassured by leaders that they would be unharmed.

It was a terrible mistake. They were dragged from their families' homes at 2am by Taliban fighters and then put before a kangaroo court before being executed.

The incident took place last October near the Afghan border with Tajikstan, a conservative district with a heavy extremist presence.

The area remains under Taliban control, but regional police have said those behind the stoning will be charged.

Police chief General Daoud Daoud told the BBC: 'Special police investigators will be sent there, we will find them and they will be brought to justice.'

Most of the video has not been shown because it was too graphic.

Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid defended the stoning.

He told the BBC: 'Anyone who knows about Islam knows that stoning is in the Koran, and that it is Islamic law.

'There are people who call it inhuman - but in doing so they insult the Prophet. They want to bring foreign thinking to this country.'


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Egyptian Sentenced to 3 Years for Insulting Islam on Facebook

Published October 22, 2011
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Cairo, Egypt – Egypt's state media says a Cairo court has sentenced a man to three years in prison for postings on Facebook deemed to be inciting sectarianism and in contempt of Islam.

The MENA state news agency said Saturday a the misdemeanor court found Ayman Mansour had intentionally mocked Islam and used "outrageous and scurrilous" language in describing the religion's holy book, the Quran, and its prophet and believers.

The court said freedom of belief doesn't excuse contempt that may offend believers and "subject the regime and the country's security to serious dangers."

Egypt is grappling with an increasingly assertive ultraconservative Islamist trend, and recent clashes between the military police and Coptic Christians have heightened fears of increasing sectarian strife.

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Wow. Only 3 years? This guy got off light for slandering the Death Cult.

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Radical Islamic sect attacks of blood in northern Nigeria, at least 150 killed

By Evelyn Lin
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2011-11-06 12:26 PM

t least 150 people were killed in a series of gun and bomb attacks in northern Nigeria on Saturday, the Islamist Boko Haram sect claimed.

The radical Islamic sect Boko Haram claimed responsibility for the attacks, which included bombing a government building and gunning down over 63 people in the northern city of Damaturu, while another suicide attack in neighbouring Maiduguri town left for dead.


A spokesman for Boko Haram said the group is responsible for the series of overnight attacks.


President Goodluck Jonathan condemned the assaults which officials said included at least five suicide bomb blasts and “directed security agencies to ensure the arrest of perpetrators of these heinous acts,” said a statement from his spokesman Reuben Abati.


As corpses piled up in the morgue, a rescue agency official told AFP the body count stood at 150.


The attackers bombed their targets then took on the security forces in gun battles in Damaturu. Residents said gunfire rang out for several hours across the city after the explosions.


“It was a suicide bomb attack at one of our buildings. The attacker came in a Honda CRV and rammed into the building and explosives exploded,” Lawal told AFP.


A journalist described scenes of chaos and destruction in Damaturu.


“In fact, Damaturu is looking just like Libya… burnt cars and buildings.” In a mainly Christian neighbourhood of Damaturu called Jerusalem, six churches were bombed in addition to a police station.


Militants from Boko Haram, whose name means “Western Education Is Sin” in the regional Hausa language, have in the past targeted police and military, community and religious leaders, as well as politicians.


The Boko Haram sect has been responsible for a number of sectarian attacks in the recent past in northern Nigeria, posing a big challenge to the nation's security agencies. The sect, which wants to see the establishment of an Islamic state in northern Nigeria, staged an uprising which was brutally put down by security forces in 2009.


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Nigeria radical Muslim sect kills security agent
By JON GAMBRELL - Associated Press | AP – 6 hrs ago.

LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — A radical Muslim sect in northeast Nigeria on Sunday gunned down another security agent following attacks earlier this week that left at least 69 people dead.

The latest attack by the sect known locally as Boko Haram targeted a police inspector in the city of Maiduguri, the sect's spiritual home. Sect gunmen stopped the officer's car at gunpoint as he neared a mosque to pray with his family, local police commissioner Simeon Midenda said.

Gunmen ordered the family away, then shot the inspector to death, Midenda said. The sect members later allowed his family to drive the car away, he said.

The killing prompted a frank acknowledgment from the police commander, whose men remain under siege from constant assassinations by the radical sect.

"Our men who live in the midst of the Boko Haram are not safe," Midenda said.

Meanwhile, statements issued late Saturday show the U.N. Security Council called the attacks Friday in the cities of Damaturu and Maiduguri "criminal and unjustifiable" and asked members to help Nigerian authorities bring those responsible to justice.

A statement on behalf of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for "an end to all violence in the area," while offering sympathy for the victims.

Boko Haram claimed responsibility for the attacks Friday, which included suicide bombings and shootings. Nearly all the deaths occurred in and around Damaturu, the capital of Yobe state.

Boko Haram wants to implement strict Shariah law across Nigeria, an oil-rich nation of more than 160 million which has a predominantly Christian south and a Muslim north. Its name means "Western education is sacrilege" in the local Hausa language, but instead of schooling, it rejects Western ideals like Nigeria's U.S.-styled democracy that followers believe have destroyed the country with corrupt politicians.

Boko Haram's attacks occurred ahead of Sunday's Eid al-Adha celebration, or the feast of sacrifice, when Muslims around the world slaughter sheep and cattle in remembrance of Abraham's near-sacrifice of his son. Police elsewhere in the country had warned of violence ahead of the celebration in Nigeria.

An Associated Press count shows the group has killed at least 330 people this year alone.

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Associated Press writer Njadvara Musa in Maiduguri, Nigeria contributed to this report.

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Jon Gambrell can be reached at http://www.twitter.com/jongambrellAP

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Never mind that a solution whereby half of the population receives barely 20 percent of its historic homeland while the remaining half receives the rest had little chance of success to begin with.


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The above is more propoganda.

When Israel was formed the borders were nothing more than lines on a map.

The Isralies said that anyone within it's borders was an Isralie citizen and be proteced as an Isralie citizen.

The Muslims said they refuse to live under non-muslim law.

With Arab armies massing on Isreal's borders, the muslims were concerned the Isralies would treat them as an enemy. The Muslims left.

After they left the Isralies occupied their houses. If they had stayed thye would have kept their houses and thousands did just that!.
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Actually, the Arabs were given 93% of the Palestinian mandate. The Jews got swamp and desert. No Arab wanted to live on Arab land because Arabs produce nothing but squalor and poverty.

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The usual genocide from the murderders in the religion of peace. Just a footnote in the news, it's so common.

At least 120 killed in north Nigeria sect attacks

KANO, Nigeria -- Coordinated attacks claimed by a radical Islamist sect killed at least 120 people in north Nigeria's largest city, hospital records seen Saturday show, as gunfire still echoed around some areas of the sprawling city.

Soldiers and police officers swarmed over streets Saturday in Kano, a city of more than 9 million people that remains an important political and religious hub in Nigeria's Muslim north. But their effectiveness remains in question, as the uniformed bodies of many of their colleagues lay in the overflowing mortuary of Murtala Muhammed Specialist Hospital, Kano's largest hospital.

Hospital records seen by an Associated Press reporter there showed at least 120 people died in the attacks that started Friday afternoon after Muslim prayers and as shops closed for the weekend in the sprawling, dusty city. A mortuary attendant, who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity as he was not authorized to speak with journalists, said they had 126 bodies there.

Other bodies likely lay at other clinics and hospitals in the city.

In a statement issued late Friday, federal police spokesman Olusola Amore said attackers targeted five police buildings, two immigration offices and the local headquarters of the State Security Service, Nigeria's secret police.

Nwakpa O. Nwakpa, a spokesman for the Nigerian Red Cross, said volunteers offered first aid to the wounded, and evacuated those seriously injured to local hospitals. He said officials continued to collect corpses scattered around sites of the attacks. A survey of two hospitals by the Red Cross showed at least 50 people were injured in Friday's attack, he said.

State authorities declared a 24-hour curfew late Friday as residents hid inside their homes amid the fighting.

A Boko Haram spokesman using the nom de guerre Abul-Qaqa claimed responsibility for the attacks in a message to journalists. He said the attack came as the state government refused to release Boko Haram members held by the police.

Boko Haram has carried out increasingly sophisticated and bloody attacks in its campaign to implement strict Shariah law across Nigeria, a multiethnic nation of more than 160 million people.

Boko Haram, whose name means "Western education is sacrilege" in the local Hausa language, is responsible for at least 510 killings last year alone, according to an AP count. So far this year, the group has been blamed for at least 196 killings, according to an AP count.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-16672310

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22 January 2012 Last updated at 11:26 ET

Kano attack: Nigeria bombing toll 'sure to rise'
The death toll from Friday's bomb attacks by Islamist militants in the Nigerian city of Kano is certain to rise further, doctors have said.

Hospital officials say 160 people have been confirmed dead, but that bodies are still arriving at mortuaries.

Boko Haram, which wants an Islamic state, said it launched the attack because the authorities refused to free a group of its members from jail.

President Goodluck Jonathan visited Kano to offer his condolences.

He has said that the security situation in Nigeria is now more complicated than it was during the 1967-1970 civil war.

But he has promised to track down the perpetrators of the Kano attack.

Boko Haram has launched a series of assaults over the past year, killing hundreds of people.

Its members have bombed churches, government buildings and police stations - mostly in predominantly Muslim northern Nigeria.


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