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The Right to Peace: Terrorism


A/HRC/20/31

Report of the Human Rights Council Advisory

Committee on the right of peoples to peace

This report contains the draft declaration on the
right to peace. The draft is a prime example of irrational arrogance,
mixing International Socialism and anthropomorphic global warming but I
am not going to detail those issues in this post because I want to
concentrate on its worst provision.

Article 7 on page six of the nine page report
contains the worst provision of the draft declaration on the right to
peace.

Article 7. Resistance and opposition to oppression

1. All peoples and individuals have the right to resist and oppose
oppressive colonial, foreign occupation or dictatorial domination
(domestic oppression).

2. Everyone has the right to oppose aggression, genocide, war crimes
and crimes against humanity, violations of other universally recognized
human rights, and any propaganda in favour of war or incitement to
violence and violations of the right to peace..

The UN & OIC are subjecting us to Orwellian
double speak.  Their attitude is “Justice is just for us
Muslims
.”.  “Oppressive” & “dictatorial” apply to any
government that resists Islamic conquest. Not submitting to Islam is
not only  oppression1, it is “waging war against
Allah and his Messenger”2.

Article 7 is an indirect endorsement of HAMAS
& Hezbollah, construing their genocidal3
terrorism as “legitimate resistance” while, in reality, it is offensive
conquest. The UN’s inability to define terrorism stems from the OIC’s
insistence on excluding the actions of HAMAS & Hezbollah from the
definition.

To comprehend the falsity of the Muslim narrative,
we must read the HAMAS Charter. Article 11 holds a crucial clue: conquest.
[Emphasis added.]

…because
Palestine is an Islamic Waqf throughout all generations and to the Day
of Resurrection. Who can presume to speak for all Islamic Generations
to the Day of Resurrection? This is the status [of the land] in Islamic
Shari’a, and it is similar to all
lands
conquered by Islam by
force
, and made thereby Waqf lands upon their conquest4,…

The Jews were occupied by the Byzantines, and had a
“right to resist” but their rebellion against Rome had been brutally
suppressed.  Caliph Umar conquered the region in 638 but instead
of returning the land to its rightful owners, he seized it for Islam,
extending its empire.  In 1948, the Jews were still occupied, and
retained their right to resist.  When they overthrew their British
occupiers and declared independence, the Arab League declared genocidal
conquest, which the Jews had and still retain a legitimate right to
resist.

Mortars and rockets fired into Israel are not
legitimate resistance, they are violations of the right to peace.
Morality, history and international law are being inverted right before
our eyes.  The massacre of the Fogel family was not legitimate
resistance, it was terrorism; a fundamental violation of the right to
peace.  The UN Human Rights Council is not part of the solution,
it is part of the problem.


  1. 14:15. But they (the Messengers) sought
    victory and help [from their Lord (Allâh)], and every obstinate,
    arrogant dictator (who refuses to believe in
    the Oneness of Allâh) was brought to a complete loss and destruction.
  2. 5:33. The recompense of those who wage war against Allâh and His
    Messenger and do mischief in the land is only that they shall be killed
    or crucified or their hands and their feet be cut off on the opposite
    sides, or be exiled from the land. That is their disgrace in this
    world, and a great torment is theirs in the Hereafter.

    `Wage war‘ mentioned here
    means, oppose and contradict,
    and it includes disbelief,
    blocking roads and spreading fear in the fairways. [http://www.islam-universe.com/tafsir//5.13751.html]
    [Emphasis added.]

  3. Sahih Muslim Book 041, Number 6985:

    Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as
    saying: The last hour would not come
    unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until
    the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or
    a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew
    behind me; come and kill him; but the tree Gharqad would not say, for
    it is the tree of the Jews.

  4. 13:41. See they not
    that We gradually reduce the land (of disbelievers, by giving it to the
    believers, in war victories) from its outlying borders. And Allâh
    judges, there is none to put back His Judgement and He is Swift at
    reckoning.

 

September 9, 2012 Posted by | Islam, Political Correctness, United Nations | , , , , | Leave a comment

Obamination:Misrepresenting Islam–Iftar 2012


Obamination
presided over an Iftar August 10, 2012.  As is his habit,
Obanination spewed snake excrement.  I will footnote the
interesting chunks of crap with my comments which follow the
transcript.  Click the superscripts to view the comments, use your
Back Space key to return to your place in the spew.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/08/10/remarks-president-iftar-dinner

THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you,
everybody.  (Applause.)  Please, please have a seat.
Good evening, everyone.  And welcome to the White House.

Of all the freedoms we cherish as Americans, of all the rights that we
hold sacred, foremost among them is freedom of religion, the right to
worship as we choose..1
It’s enshrined in the First Amendment of our Constitution — the law of
the land, always and forever.  It beats in our heart — in the
soul of the people who know that our liberty and our equality is
endowed by our Creator.  And it runs through the history of this
house, a place where Americans of many faiths can come together and
celebrate their holiest of days — and that includes Ramadan.2

As I’ve noted before, Thomas Jefferson once held a sunset dinner here
with an envoy from Tunisia — perhaps the first Iftar at the White
House, more than 200 years ago.  And some of you, as you arrived
tonight, may have seen our special display, courtesy of our friends at
the Library of Congress — the Koran that belonged to Thomas
Jefferson.  And that’s a reminder, along with the generations of
patriotic Muslims in America, that Islam — like so many faiths — is
part of our national story3.

This evening, we’re honored to be joined by members of our diplomatic
corps, members of Congress — including Muslim American members of
Congress, Keith Ellison and Andre Carson — as well as leaders from
across my administration.  And to you, the millions of Muslim
Americans across our country, and to the more than one billion Muslims
around the world — Ramadan Kareem.

Now, every faith is unique.  And yet, during Ramadan, we see the
traditions that are shared by many faiths:  Believers engaged in
prayer and fasting, in humble devotion to God.  Families gathering
together with love for each other.  Neighbors reaching out in
compassion and charity, to serve the less fortunate.  People of
different faiths coming together, mindful of our obligations to one
another — to peace4,
justice5
and dignity6
for all people — men and women.  Indeed, you know that the Koran
teaches, “Be it man or woman, each of you is equal to the other.7

And by the way, we’ve seen this in recent days.  In fact, the
Olympics is being called “The Year of the Woman.”
(Laughter.)  Here in America, we’re incredibly proud of Team USA
— all of them — but we should notice that a majority of the members
are women.  Also, for the very first time in Olympic history,
every team now includes a woman athlete.  And one of the reasons
is that every team from a Muslim-majority country now includes women as
well.  And more broadly — that’s worth applauding.
(Applause.)  Absolutely.

More broadly, we’ve seen the extraordinary courage of Muslim women
during the Arab Spring — women, right alongside men, taking to the
streets to claim their universal rights, marching for their freedom8,
blogging and tweeting and posting videos, determined to be heard.
In some cases, facing down tanks, and braving bullets, enduring
detentions and unspeakable treatment, and at times, giving their very
lives for the freedom that they seek — the liberty that we are lucky
enough to enjoy here tonight.9

These women have inspired their sisters and daughters, but also their
brothers and their sons.  And they’ve inspired us all. Even as we
see women casting their ballots and seeking — standing for office in
historic elections, we understand that their work is not done.
They understand that any true democracy must uphold the freedom and
rights of all people and all faiths. We know this, too, for here in
America we’re enriched by so many faiths10, by men and women — including
Muslim American women.

They’re young people, like the student who wrote me a letter about what
it’s like to grow up Muslim in America.  She’s in college.
She dreams of a career in international affairs to help deepen
understanding between the United States and Muslim countries around the
world.  So if any of the diplomatic corps have tips for her —
(laughter.)  She says that “America has always been the land of
opportunity for me, and I love this country with all my heart.”
And so we’re glad to have Hala Baig here today.  (Applause.)

They are faith leaders like Sanaa Nadim, one of the first Muslim
chaplains at an American college — a voice for interfaith dialogue
who’s had the opportunity to meet with the Pope to discuss these
issues.  We’re very proud to have you here.
(Applause.)

They are educators like Auysha Muhayya, born in Afghanistan, who fled
with her family as refugees to America, and now, as a language teacher,
helps open her students to new cultures.  So we’re very pleased to
have her here.  (Applause.)

They are entrepreneurs and lawyers, community leaders, members of our
military, and Muslim American women serving with distinction in
government.  And that includes a good friend, Huma Abedin, who has
worked tirelessly — (applause) — worked tirelessly in the White
House, in the U.S. Senate, and most exhaustingly, at the State
Department, where she has been nothing less than extraordinary in
representing our country and the democratic values that we hold dear11.
Senator Clinton has relied on her expertise, and so have I.

The American people owe her a debt of gratitude — because Huma is an
American patriot, and an example of what we need in this country —
more public servants with her sense of decency, her grace and her
generosity of spirit.  So, on behalf of all Americans, we thank
you so much.  (Applause.)

These are the faces of Islam in America12.  These are just a few
of the Muslim Americans who strengthen our country every single
day.  This is the diversity13 that makes us Americans; the
pluralism that we will never lose.

And at times, we have to admit that this spirit is threatened.
We’ve seen instances of mosques and synagogues, churches and temples
being targeted.  Tonight, our prayers, in particular, are with our
friends and fellow Americans in the Sikh community.  We mourn
those who were senselessly murdered and injured in their place of
worship.  And while we may never fully understand what motivates
such hatred, such violence, the perpetrators of such despicable acts
must know that your twisted thinking is no match for the compassion and
the goodness and the strength of our united American family.

So tonight, we declare with one voice that such violence has no place
in the United States of America14.
The attack on Americans of any faith is an attack on the freedom of all
Americans.  (Applause.)  No American should ever have to fear
for their safety in their place of worship.  And every American
has the right to practice their faith both openly and freely, and as
they choose15.

That is not just an American right; it is a universal human
right.  And we will defend the freedom of religion, here at home
and around the world.  And as we do, we’ll draw on the strength
and example of our interfaith community, including the leaders who are
here tonight.

So I want to thank all of you for honoring us with your presence, for
the example of your lives, and for your commitment to the values that
make us “one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice
for all.”  (Applause.)

God bless you.  God bless the United States of America.
(Applause.)

END
8:48 P.M. EDT

 


  1. Freedom of religion is an
    individual right, declared in the Declaration of Independence and
    enshrined in the Bill of Rights so that the federal government is
    prohibited from establishing a national church and dictating religious
    doctrines.  Freedom of religion can not be extended to Islam
    because  jihad, “holy fighting in Allah’s cause“, is “the apex of its hump” (the highest peak of Islam).
    It is not possible that the Bill of Rights can empower Islam to deny our freedom to manifest Christianity.
    It is not possible that the Bill of Rights can empower Muslims to wage war against us.
  2. Ramadan is not a holy day, it is a holy
    month: a celebration of the commencement of Moe’s revelations.
    Obamination is celebrating Moe’s insanity.
  3. This nation was founded by
    Christians, not Muslims.  Islam’s role consisted of attacking our
    shipping, seizing ships, cargoes and crews, enslaving the men and
    holding them for ransom.  Paying tribute to the Barbary
    Pirates
    nearly bankrupted the new nation.
  4. Ramadan celebrates the revelation of the
    Qur’an. It is impossible to link the Qur’an & Ramadan to
    peace.  The Qur’an ordains jihad for Muslims. It commands Muslims to wage perpetual war against Christians. Islamic law
    requires the caliph to mount a minimum of one military
    expedition against kuffar in every year
    and declares that infidels may be attacked without provocation.
  5. The indemnity for loss of one finger is ten camels. At
    that rate, the indemnity for loss of a hand would be fifty camels. Estimating the value of a camel at $1000, that
    makes a hand worth $50,000.00. Islamic law prescribes the penalty of hand amputation for stealing an item
    worth more than $58.00.  Justice?  Yeah, right.
  6. Moe declared that our blood and property are not sacred to Muslims until
    we become Muslims.  Dignity? Yeah, right.
  7. The indemnity for killing a male Muslim is
    100 camels. The indemnity for killing a Muslima is 50 camels. The indemnity for killing a Christian  is one
    third that for killing a Muslim
    . Equality?  Yeah, right.
  8. Muslim Spring has nothing to do with
    freedom. It is a contest over who is going to sit on the dictator’s
    throne.  They are revolting for power, not for freedom.  The
    result diminishes freedom, it does not augment freedom.
  9. If they sought freedom and liberty, their
    first act would be to abjure Islam and cast off Allah’s yoke of
    slavery.  Muslims have sold their souls to Allah
    for admission to his celestial bordello, so that they fight in his
    cause, killing others and being killed.  Unless and until they
    abjure that contract, they are not seeking liberty, they are seeking
    domination.
  10. Faith is more than form, it is
    content.  The doctrines Muslims believe in do not enrich
    America.  Only Allah has the right to be worshiped. Only Allah has the right to ruleMoe wants loot, Allah wants genocide. Allah rewards Muslims for acts of terrorism. Allah will damn you for shirking jihad.  Allah will bless you for going to jihad.
  11. Legislation by mutual consent,
    arrived at by an elected legislature is a democratic value.
    Imposition of Allah’s Shari’ah by force is an Islamic value. The two
    can not be squared; they are polar opposites.
  12. Huma Abedin’s face is that of an
    exotic beauty, belonging to her; it is not the true face of
    Islam.  Obamination seeks to personify Islam; to ascribe, without
    evidence, virtues to a physically attractive person and extend them to
    her belief system.  The true face of Islam is worn by Maj. Nidal
    Malik Hasan, S.O.A.

    Obamination is alluding to the letters sent
    by five members of the House Intelligence Cmte. about granting security
    clearances to Muslims having links to the Muslim Brotherhood.  He
    is, by innuendo, calumniating the committee members. Huma is so
    beautiful, and the exemplar of every virtue according to Obamination;
    it must be impossible that she could be a security  risk.
    The committee members put their focus on the wrong  association
    because they lack the courage to make a full frontal assault on the
    problem.  It is fashionable to attribute evil doctrines and
    practices to the Muslim Brotherhood but anathema to criticize
    Islam.  In reality, the brotherhood is nothing more or less than
    Islam.  Allah is their goal. That should be your first clue. The
    Qur’an is their constitution. That is your second clue.  Imposing
    Shari’ah on a global scale is their objective.  Death in Allah’s
    cause is their highest aspiration.  Those are clues for you but
    you can not perceive them because you have not read the Qur’an and
    hadith.  The brotherhood adds nothing to Islam doctrinally; it is
    only a reflection of heightened zealotry as described in Surah
    At-Taubah 9:111.

    Huma is not a security threat because
    her father was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and her mother,
    brother and sister are active members. She is a security threat because
    she is a Muslim, a believer in Allah’s imperatives, threat and
    promise.  Huma is married to a Jew, a relationship strictly
    prohibited in Islamic law because their children will not be raised as
    Muslims and Kuffar are not permitted to have authority over
    Muslims.  But Islamic clerics are not condemning her marriage
    because it gave her a step up to a position of influence where she has
    the ability to advance the short term objective of “destroying their
    miserable house”. The necessity of engaging in subversion outweighs the
    law against Muslimas marrying Kuffar.

  13. Diversity does not make us Americans!
    Being born here makes us Americans. A mix of Christians, Jews and
    atheists is diversity enough, we do not need to add our sworn enemies
    in order to have diversity.
  14. Murder and arson are criminal
    offenses, regardless of the identity of the victims. The intrinsic evil
    of those crimes is not increased because the victims are Sikhs or
    Muslims.  Churches are burned and Christians are assaulted and
    murdered damn near every day in Africa and Egypt but we do not hear
    Obamination objecting to it or proposing aid to the victims.  He
    admits Muslims as refugees but  excludes persecuted
    Christians.  As Islamic demographics increase here, the incidence
    of attacks on Christians and churches will increase
    disproportionately.
  15. Rights are reciprocal.  In
    the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Christians are arrested, jailed and
    deported for having prayer meetings in their apartments.  In
    Egypt, Indonesia and Pakistan, they are not allowed to build new
    churches or maintain existing churches. Islamic law specifically
    forbids building churches, displaying crosses, ringing bells and public
    prayer & processions.

    Islam is inseverable, an all or nothing package deal
    which includes genocidal conquest
    and licenses Muslims to rape captive women.  The practice of Islam is
    not complete without jihad!  It is therefore impossible that
    Muslims can have a right to practice Islam because it contravenes our
    right to live in peace free of threat and assault.  9/11  was
    an Islamic act of worship;
    read the second page of the confession.

August 12, 2012 Posted by | Islam, Political Correctness | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Obamination: National Day of Prayer


 

Prayer addressed to the deity ought to be religious, not political in
its purpose.  In this case, Obamination has politicized that which
should be spiritual, turning prayer into a campaign pitch.

Highlights in the text are linked to my comments
below. Footnotes in my comments are linked to relevant ayat &
ahadith below the horizontal line.

The
White House

Office
of the Press Secretary

Presidential
Proclamation — National Day of Prayer, 2012

NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER, 2012

– – – – – – –

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

A PROCLAMATION

Prayer
has always been a part of the American story, and today countless
Americans rely on prayer for comfort, direction, and strength, praying
not only for themselves, but for their communities, their country, and
the world.

On
this National Day of Prayer, we give thanks for our democracy
that respects the beliefs
and protects the religious freedom of all people to pray, worship, or
abstain according to the dictates of their conscience. Let us pray for
all the citizens of our great Nation, particularly those who are sick,
mourning, or without hope, and ask God for the sustenance to meet the
challenges we face as a Nation. May we embrace the
responsibility we have to each other
, and rely on the better
angels of our nature in service to one another. Let us be humble in our
convictions, and courageous in our virtue. Let us pray for those who
are suffering around the world, and let us be open to
opportunities to ease that suffering.

Let
us also pay tribute to the men and women of our Armed Forces who have
answered our country’s call to serve with honor in the pursuit of
peace. Our grateful Nation is humbled by the sacrifices made to protect
and defend our security and freedom. Let us pray for the continued
strength and safety of our service
members
and their families. While we pause to honor those
who have made the ultimate sacrifice defending liberty, let us remember
and lend our voices to the principles for which
they fought
— unity, human dignity, and the pursuit of
justice.

NOW,
THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America,
do hereby proclaim May 3, 2012, as a National Day of Prayer. I invite
all citizens of our Nation, as their own faith directs them, to join me
in giving thanks for the many blessings we enjoy, and I call upon
individuals of all faiths to pray for guidance, grace, and protection
for our great Nation as we address the challenges of our time.

IN
WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this first day of May, in
the year of our Lord two thousand twelve, and of the Independence of
the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-sixth.

BARACK
OBAMA

our democracy

We do not have a democracy, our system is a
republic.  The passions of the mob are tempered by passing through
elected representatives who operate under The Constitution which
specifies the limits of their powers.  Obanination is not being
careless with the language, he is deliberately engaging in sedition,
undermining our system of limited, representative government.

respects the beliefs

Respect, like credit, must be earned, not demanded.
The establishment clause of the First Amendment prohibits Congress from
designating a national church.  The free exercise clause prohibits
Congress from unreasonably interfering with religious practices.

No sane & sentient person will respect a cult
whose mission is mercenary: the personal emolument1 of
its founder or whose methods are martial: genocidal2
conquest3
using terror4
as a battle tactic.   No sane & sentient person will want
to  be a citizen of a nation whose government arbitrarily respects
such a cult, deeming it  equal to Christianity.

embrace the responsibility

Obamination is mixing politics with prayer:
promoting Socialism; demanding that we submit to extortionate taxes to
support his fantasy welfare state.

opportunities to
ease that suffering

Not satisfied with National Socialism, Obamination
wants to expand it on a global scale.  Obamination wants the UN to
extort us too.

safety of our service
members

A worthy objective best promoted by sending the
descendants of Little Boy & Fat Man instead of bogging our manpower
in unending wars under suicidal rules of engagement.  If a war is
worth fighting, it is worth winning. If a war is worth winning, it is
worth ushering the enemy into Hell as swiftly, efficiently &
inexpensively as possible without wasting our own blood.

principles for which
they fought

The demagogue is attempting to re-write the Declaration of Independence.

“We hold these truths to be
self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by
their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

If we had  patriotic Presidents instead
of  traitors, the war would be fought to terminate threat &
aggression against America and to prevent their repetition.  The
Second Barbary War was necessary because the lesson taught by the First
Barbary war was not sufficiently instilled & reinforced.  The
pirates regrouped, re-armed and renewed their attacks.
Muslims renewed their attacks in modern times because we have
demonstrated weakness and lack of resolve in Korea, Vietnam &
Somalia.

I searched the Declaration for the three phrases
listed by Obamination, but did not find them there.  The founders
realized & seized for us the right to live free and unmolested,
subject neither to attack nor threat.   Islam has another
idea, clearly expressed by the Dey of Algiers to J.Q. Adams & T.
Jefferson who asked him by what right the Barbary Pirates sacked our
merchantmen.

“The
ambassador answered us that [the right] was founded on the Laws of the
Prophet (Mohammed), that it was written in their Koran, that all
nations who should not have answered their authority were sinners, that
it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could
be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as prisoners, and
that every Mussulman (or Muslim) who should be slain in battle was sure
to go to heaven.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Barbary_War

When caliph Umar sent the Muslim army to Persia
centuries before the Barbary Wars, his General explained his mission to
a Persian General in similar terms.

Our Prophet, the Messenger of our Lord,
has ordered us to fight you till you worship Allah Alone or give Jizya
(i.e. tribute); and our Prophet has informed us that our Lord says:–
“Whoever amongst us is killed (i.e. martyred), shall go to Paradise to
lead such a luxurious life as he has never seen, and whoever amongst us
remain alive, shall become your master.”  Sahih Bukhari 4.53.386

 


  1. 8:1. They ask you (O Muhammad ) about the spoils of war. Say: “The
    spoils are for

    Allâh
    and
    the Messenger
    .” So fear Allâh and adjust all matters of
    difference among you, and obey Allâh and His Messenger (Muhammad ), if
    you are believers.

    1. 8:41. And know that whatever
      of war-booty that you may gain, verily one-fifth (1/5th) of it is
      assigned
      to
      Allâh,
      and to the Messenger,
      and to the near relatives [of the Messenger (Muhammad )], (and also)
      the orphans, Al-Masâkin (the poor) and the wayfarer, if you have
      believed in Allâh and in that which We sent down to Our slave (Muhammad
      ) on the Day of criterion (between right and wrong), the Day when the
      two forces met (the battle of Badr) – And Allâh is Able to do all
      things.
    2. 8:67. It is not for a Prophet that he should have
      prisoners of war (and free them with ransom) until he had made a great
      slaughter (among his enemies) in the land. You
      desire the good of this world
      (i.e. the money of ransom for
      freeing the captives), but Allâh desires (for you) the Hereafter. And
      Allâh is All-Mighty, All-Wise.
    3. 48:19. And abundant
      spoils that they will capture
      . And Allâh is Ever All-Mighty,
      All-Wise. {Click through and examine the context.}
    4. Sahih Bukhari  Ch 61 # 2756: [Aisha Bewley]
      …It is mentioned from Ibn ‘Umar from the Prophet, may Allah bless him
      and grant him peace, “My
      provision has been placed under the shadow of my spear
      , and
      abasement and humility have been placed on the one who disobeys my
      command.
    5. 3. The booty
      has been made Halal (lawful) for me
      yet it was not lawful for
      anyone else before me. Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331
    6. Sahih Muslim Book 019, Number 4327:

      The spoils
      of war were not made lawful for any people before us
      , This is
      because Allah
      saw our weakness and humility
      and made them lawful for us.

    7. while I was sleeping, the
      keys of the treasures of the world were brought to me
      and put in
      my hand.”  Sahih Bukhari 4.52.220
  2. 8:67. It is not
    for a Prophet that he should have prisoners of war
    (and free
    them with ransom) until he had made a
    great slaughter
    (among his
    enemies) in the land. You desire the good of this world (i.e. the money
    of ransom for freeing the captives), but Allâh desires (for you) the
    Hereafter. And Allâh is All-Mighty, All-Wise.

    1. 47:4. So, when you meet (in fight Jihâd in Allâh’s
      Cause), those who disbelieve smite at their necks till when you have killed and wounded manyof them, then
      bind a bond firmly (on them, i.e. take them as captives). Thereafter
      (is the time) either for generosity (i.e. free them without ransom), or
      ransom (according to what benefits Islâm), until the war lays down its
      burden. Thus [you are ordered by Allâh to continue in carrying out
      Jihâd against the disbelievers till they embrace Islâm (i.e. are saved
      from the punishment in the Hell-fire) or at least come under your
      protection], but if it had been Allâh’s Will, He Himself could
      certainly have punished them (without you). But (He lets you fight), in
      order to test you, some with others. But those who are killed in the
      Way of Allâh, He will never let their deeds be lost,
  3. 8:39. And fight them untilthere is no
    more Fitnah (disbelief and polytheism: i.e. worshipping others besides
    Allâh) and the religion (worship) will all be for Allâh Alone [in the
    whole of the world ]. But if they cease (worshipping others besides
    Allâh), then certainly, Allâh is All-Seer of what they do.

    1. 9:29. Fight
      against those who
      (1) believe not in Allâh, (2) nor in the Last
      Day, (3) nor forbid that which has been forbidden by Allâh and His
      Messenger (4) and those who acknowledge not the religion of truth (i.e.
      Islâm) among the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), until
      they pay the Jizyah with willing submission, and feel themselves
      subdued.
    2. 9:123. O you who believe! Fight those of the disbelievers who are
      close to you
      , and let them find harshness in you, and know that
      Allâh is with those who are the Al-Muttaqûn (the pious – see
      V.2:2).
  4. 3:151. We
    shall cast terror
    into the hearts of those
    who disbelieve, because they joined others in worship with Allâh, for
    which He had sent no authority; their abode will be the Fire and how
    evil is the abode of the Zâlimûn (polytheists and wrong­doers).

    1. 8:12. (Remember) when your Lord inspired the
      angels, “Verily, I am with you, so keep firm those who have believed. I
      will cast terror
      into the hearts of those who have disbelieved,
      so strike them over the necks, and smite over all their fingers and
      toes.”
    2. If thou comest on them in the war, deal with them so as to
      strike fear
      in those who are behind them, that haply they may
      remember.

      1. 8:57
        1. Pickthall, Sher Ali,
    3. Against them make ready your strength to the utmost of your
      power, including steeds of war, to
      strike terror
      into (the hearts of) the enemies, of God and your
      enemies, and others besides, whom ye may not know, but whom God doth
      know. Whatever ye shall spend in the cause of God, shall be repaid unto
      you, and ye shall not be treated unjustly.

        1. 8:60
          1. Abdullah Yusuf Ali,  J.M. Rodwell
    4. That is because they suffer neither thirst nor fatigue, nor
      hunger in the Cause of Allâh, nor
      they take any step to raise the anger of disbelievers nor inflict any
      injury upon an enemy but is written to their credit as a deed of
      righteousness
      .

      1. 9:120
    5. 33:26. And those of the people of the Scripture
      who backed them (the disbelievers) Allâh brought them down from their
      forts and
      cast terror into their hearts
      , (so that) a group (of them) you
      killed, and a group (of them) you made captives.
    6. 59:2. He it is Who drove out the disbelievers
      among the people of the Scripture (i.e. the Jews of the tribe of Banî
      An-Nadîr) from their homes at the first gathering. You did not think
      that they would get out. And they thought that their fortresses would
      defend them from Allâh! But Allâh’s (Torment) reached them from a place
      whereof they expected it not, and He
      cast terror into their hearts
      , so that they destroyed their own
      dwellings with their own hands and the hands of the believers. Then
      take admonition, O you with eyes (to see).
    7. 59:13. Verily, you
      (believers in the Oneness of Allâh – Islâmic Monotheism) are
      more awful as a fear
      in their (Jews of Banî An-Nadîr) breasts
      than Allâh. That is because they are a people who comprehend not (the
      Majesty and Power of Allâh).
    8. Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 52, Number 220:

      Narrated Abu Huraira:

      Allah’s Apostle said, “I have been sent with the
      shortest expressions bearing the widest meanings, and I
      have been made victorious with terror
      (cast in the
      hearts of the enemy), and while I was
      sleeping, the keys of the treasures of the world were brought to me and
      put in my hand.
      ” Abu Huraira added: Allah’s Apostle has left the
      world and now you, people, are bringing out those treasures (i.e. the
      Prophet did not benefit by them).

    9. 1. Allah
      made me victorious by awe
      , (by His frightening my enemies) for a
      distance of one month’s journey.  Sahih Bukhari 1.7.331
    10. Brig. S.K. Malik wrote The
      Qur’anic Concept of War

      as a training manual for the army of Pakistan.  His analysis will
      help
      you to comprehend their strategy. Terror is both a means and an
      end.
      This paragraph comes from the bottom of page 59. [Emphasis added.]

      Terror struck into the hearts of the enemies is not only

      a means, it is the end in itself. Once a condition of terror into

      the opponent’s heart
      is obtained, hardly anything is left to be


      achieved. It
      is the point where the means and the end meet

      and merge. Terror is not a means of imposing decision upon

      the enemy; it is me decision we wish to impose upon him.

May 3, 2012 Posted by | Islam, Political Correctness, Religion | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Qur’an Burning; Idiot’s Attitude: Respect for Islam


The video has disappeared from the AP article at Yahoo News. It is still available at the N.Y. Times.  48 seconds into the video,
general John Allen , Cmdr of Nato forces:

“I assure you, I promise you, this
was not intentional in any way and I
offer my sincere apology for any offense this may have caused.”

The article quotes the White House spokesman thusly.

Press
secretary 
Jay
Carney
 says it was a “deeply unfortunate
incident

that does not
reflect the respect the U.S. military has for the religious practices
of the Afghans.

I highlighted one clause that appears in other articles, but not within
quotes. I do not know whether Carney uttered or implied the sentiment
expressed in the highlighted clause.

From Reliefweb,
we learn of a U.N. statement expressing the same “respect”, describing
remarks by SRSG
Kubiš
.

He
stressed that the
United Nations deeply respects the Islamic faith, traditions and
culture of the Islamic
Republic of Afghanistan.

From CBSNEWS we learn that a military source said that
the Qur’ans were removed from the prison library because they “contained
extremist messages or inscriptions”.  The implication is that
prisoners had made marginal notes. Exactly what was in those notes?
Were they operational or motivational messages?

How would operational notes get out of the prison to
those who would implement them?  What is the difference between
motivational messages and the Qur’an, which exhorts Muslims to conquer
the world?  If we don’t want them to have access to incitement to
violence, then they should not have been given access to Qur’ans,
hadith, tafsir  & jurisprudence or the writings of Maududi,
Qutb, Al-Banna or Azam.   Is there any limit to the stupidity
& hypocrisy of our traitors?

Yeah, General, Taliban are sure to believe that
Qur’ans were collected, removed and sent to the garbage pile purely by
accident, without intent to destroy them.  We did not want the
prisoners to use them, the books are not in our language, and we did
not want the marginal notes to get out, so we disposed of the,
permanently.  You placed yourself in a bad position: you are
either incompetent or a liar.  Which is it, or  are you
both?

Removing the Qur’ans is not your error. Burning them
is not your mistake. Doing it in public, within  sight of the
enemy is a fatal mistake which has led to a dozen deaths and will
probably cause more death and suffering.  Next time, incinerate
the crap privately, in a proper facility and don’t advertise it.

Do any of those involved, including the White House,
Department of Defense, Department of State and United Nations
comprehend the plain meaning of words?  They said that they “respect Islam“.
Three classes of people “respect Islam”: ignoramuses, damned fools and
Muslims. Unfortunately, those classes are not mutually exclusive.

If you can respect a mercenary
war cult
whose doctrines sanctify genocidal
conquest,
terrorism
& slavery, then you have a terrible mental or moral
defect sufficient to warrant your removal from the gene pool of the
human race and from high office.

Islam is not incidental to the Accursed Abomination
and its aftermath; it is the central issue.  Allah’s damnable imperatives,
promises and threats which motivated the Magnificent Nineteen
to slaughter 3000 innocent people, are at the core of the
problem.  It is not possible to remove and permanently
exclude  Afghanistan from membership in the set of terror
sponsoring states without first removing Islam; Allah’s yoke of slavery
from the souls and necks of the people of Afghanistan and their
regime.  So long as they remain Muslim, all the blood and treasure
we have expended there are wasted, sacrificed to the demon of political
correctness.

Brigadier General S.K. Malik gave us the key to
victory in page sixty of “The
Quran’ic Concept of War
but our leaders are traitors,
unwilling to seize the key, insert it in the lock and turn it.
Pay particular attention to the sentences I have emphasized in this
crucial quote.

Terror cannot be struck into the
hearts of an army by merely


 cutting its lines of
communication or depriving it of its routes


of withdrawal. It is
basically related to the strength or weakness


of the human soul. It
can be instilled only if the opponent’s


Faith
is destroyed.

Psychological dislocation is temporary;


spiritual
dislocation is permanent
.
Psychological dislocation can be


produced by a physical act
but this does not hold good of the


spiritual dislocation. To
instill terror into the hearts of the enemy, 


it
is essential. in the ultimate analysis, to dislocate his Faith
. An

invincible Faith is immune to
terror. A weak Faith offers inroads


to terror. The
Faith conferred upon us by the Holy Qur’an has


the
inherent strength to ward off terror from us and to enable


us
to strike terror into the enemy.
Whatever the form or type of

strategy directed against the
enemy, it must, in order to be effective,


be capable of striking terror
into the hearts of the enemy. A strategy


that fails to attain this
condition suffers from inherent drawbacks


and weaknesses; and should be
reviewed and modified. This rule


is fully applicable to
nuclear as well as conventional wars. It is


equally true of the strategy
of nuclear deterrence in fashion


today. To be credible and
effective, the strategy of deterrence


must be capable of striking
terror into the hearts of the enemy.

If
we do not destroy Islam, nuking Afghanistan & Pakistan is our only
hope of victory: there will be no alternative to complete
extermination. The people of those enslaved nations must be made to
comprehend the fact that Allah is an impotent idol whose threat and
promise are vain.  They must throw off Islam’s yoke of slavery or
they must be exterminated.  Emancipation is morally superior to
extermination.  We needed to get started eleven years ago.

February 23, 2012 Posted by | Afghanistan, GWOT, Islam, Political Correctness, United Nations | , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Obamination: Eid-ul-Fitr


Obamination: Eid-ul-Fitr

Barack Hussein Obama, like other Muslims & politicians, is a
practiced and skillful liar. In the present case, he skillfully
attributed anodyne beneficence to Moe’s war cult on the occasion of
Eid-ol-Fitr, the celebration of the end of the month of Ramadan.

In keeping with occasional habit, I have highlighted
some key words and phrases in the President’s spew of Al-Taqiyya,
copying the most important of them to headings followed by my comments.

At variance with my usual habit, I have included
only one full quote from Islam’s canon. Others are linked in a list at
the end of the post. Obama’s spew is mercifully short, my list of links
is not. I have included links to several ayat, with three tafsirs for
each ayeh, several hadith and a few citations to Reliance of the
Traveller.

 

Statement
by the President on the Occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr

 

Michelle
and I would like to send Eid greetings to Muslim communities in
the United States
and around the world. Ramadan has been a time
for families and communities to share the happiness of
coming together in intense devotion
,
reflection, and service. Millions all over the world have been inspired
to honor their faith by reaching out to those less fortunate. This
year, many have observed the month while courageously persevering
in their efforts to secure basic necessities and fundamental … ,
we send our best wishes for a blessed holiday
to Muslim communities around the world.

Muslim communities

Why are there; why should there be “Muslim
communities” in the United States?  Settlements, outposts,
colonies & bases might be better descriptive terms for areas with
predominately Muslim populations.

intense devotion

Intense devotion would run parallel to and in
conjunction with belief. Intense belief would mark them  as
believers, would it not?  A review of that term is called for.

9:111.
Verily, Allâh has
purchased of the believers their lives
and their properties; for
the price that theirs
shall be the Paradise
. They fight in Allâh’s Cause,
so they kill (others) and are killed
.
It is a promise in truth which is binding on Him in the Taurât (Torah)
and the Injeel (Gospel) and the Qur’ân. And who is truer to his
covenant than Allâh? Then rejoice in the bargain
which you have concluded
. That is the supreme success .

Ramadan celebrates the month in which Moe received
his first revelations.  They are celebrating the  revelation
of the Qur’an which commands them to conquer the entire
world, sanctifying and mandating conquest1, genocide2 &
terrorism3.

honor their faith

Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam. It
involves a levy of 2.5% on income and accumulated wealth. One eighth of
Zakat must be paid to those “fighting in Allah’s cause4.

those less fortunate

There are special rules for Eid-u;-Fitr5.
Giving Zakat to Kuffar is prohibited.6

securing fundamental freedoms

Al-Taqiyya seems to come naturally to President
Barack Hussein Obama. Those revolting against Arab tyrannies are not
seeking to secure fundamental freedoms, they are seeking, as Obama is,
to secure power. Recent events and revelations in Egypt, Libya &
Tunisia make this fatal fact abundantly clear.  Those now in
charge of Libya gained their combat experience against our troops in
Iraq.

best wishes

True best wishes for Muslims would be expressed in
supplication to the
Almighty for their swift and permanent emancipation from slavery to
Allah.

blessed holiday

How can anything associated with such an accursed
screed as the Qur’an be blessed?



  1. http://www.islamawakened.com/Quran/8/67/
  1.   http://www.islamawakened.com/Quran/3/151/
  1. http://www.islamicbulletin.com/free_downloads/resources/reliance_complete.pdf#page=290
  2. http://www.islamicbulletin.com/free_downloads/resources/reliance_complete2.pdf#page=278
  3. http://www.islamicbulletin.com/free_downloads/resources/reliance_complete2.pdf#page=292

August 31, 2011 Posted by | Islam, Political Correctness | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Obamination: Demands Israeli Suicide


Obamination: Demands Israeli Suicide

My response to President Obama’s treacherous remarks on the Middle East
has been delayed by the target rich nature of the speech and some work
that needed my immediate attention.  The full transcript of
remarks follows, with superscripts inserted. Each superscript is linked
to my response to the President’s lie.  Use your Backspace key to
return to the text after reading my comment.

Remarks by the President on the Middle East and
North Africa

State  Department, Washington, DC12:15 P.M. EDT

THE PRESIDENT:  Thank
you.  Thank you.  (Applause.)  Thank you very
much.  Thank you.  Please, have a seat.  Thank you very
much.  I want to begin by thanking Hillary Clinton, who has
traveled so much these last six months that she is approaching a new
landmark — one million frequent flyer miles.  (Laughter.)  I
count on Hillary every single day, and I believe that she will go down
as one of the finest Secretaries of State in our nation’s history.

The State Department is a
fitting venue to mark a new chapter in American diplomacy.  For
six months, we have witnessed an extraordinary change taking place in
the Middle East and North Africa.  Square by square, town by town,
country by country, the people have risen up to demand their basic
human rights.1
Two leaders have stepped aside.  More may follow.  And though
these countries may be a great distance from our shores, we know that
our own future is bound to this region by the forces of economics and
security, by history and by faith.

Today, I want to talk about
this change — the forces that are driving2 it and how we
can respond in a way that advances our values and strengthens our
security.

Now, already, we’ve done much
to shift our foreign policy following a decade defined by two costly
conflicts3.
After years of war in Iraq, we’ve removed
100,000 American troops and ended our combat mission there.  In
Afghanistan, we’ve broken the Taliban’s momentum, and this July we will
begin to bring our troops home and continue a transition to Afghan
lead.  And after years of war against al Qaeda and its affiliates,
we have dealt al Qaeda a huge blow by killing its leader, Osama bin
Laden.4

Bin Laden was no martyr.
He was a mass murderer who offered a message of hate –- an insistence
that Muslims had to take up arms against the West5, and that
violence against men, women and children was the only path to
change.  He rejected democracy and individual rights for Muslims
in favor of violent extremism6;
his agenda focused on what
he could destroy -– not what he could build.

Bin Laden and his murderous
vision7 won some
adherents.  But even before his death,
al Qaeda was losing its struggle for relevance, as the overwhelming
majority of people saw that the slaughter of innocents did not answer
their cries for a better life8.
By the time we found
bin Laden, al Qaeda’s agenda9
had come to be seen by the
vast majority of the region as a dead end, and the people of the Middle
East and North Africa had taken their future into their own hands10.

That story of self-determination11
began six months ago in Tunisia.  On December 17th, a young vendor
named Mohammed Bouazizi was devastated when a police officer
confiscated his cart.  This was not unique.  It’s the same
kind of humiliation that takes place every day in many parts of the
world -– the relentless tyranny of governments that deny their citizens
dignity.  Only this time, something different happened.
After local officials refused to hear his complaints, this young man,
who had never been particularly active in politics, went to the
headquarters of the provincial government, doused himself in fuel, and
lit himself on fire.

There are times in the course
of history when the actions of ordinary citizens spark movements for
change because they speak to a longing for freedom that has been
building up for years.  In America, think of the defiance of those
patriots in Boston who refused to pay taxes to a King, or the dignity
of Rosa Parks as she sat courageously in her seat.  So it was in
Tunisia, as that vendor’s act of desperation tapped into the frustration12
felt throughout the country.  Hundreds of protesters took to the
streets, then thousands.  And in the face of batons and sometimes
bullets, they refused to go home –- day after day, week after week —
until a dictator of more than two decades finally left power.

The story of this revolution,
and the ones that followed, should not have come as a surprise.
The nations of the Middle East and North Africa won their independence13
long ago, but in too many places their people did not.  In too
many countries, power has been concentrated in the hands of a
few.  In too many countries, a citizen like that young vendor had
nowhere to turn  -– no honest judiciary to hear his case; no
independent media to give him voice; no credible political party to
represent his views; no free and fair election where he could choose
his leader.14

And this lack of
self-determination –- the chance to make your life what you will –- has
applied to the region’s economy as well.  Yes, some nations are
blessed with wealth in oil and gas, and that has led to pockets of
prosperity.  But in a global economy based on knowledge, based on
innovation, no development strategy can be based solely upon what comes
out of the ground. Nor can people reach their potential when you cannot
start a business without paying a bribe.15

In the face of these
challenges, too many leaders in the region tried to direct their
people’s grievances elsewhere.  The West was blamed as the source
of all ills, a half-century after the end of colonialism.
Antagonism toward Israel became the only acceptable outlet for
political expression.  Divisions of tribe, ethnicity and religious
sect were manipulated as a means of holding on to power, or taking it
away from somebody else.

But the events of the past six
months show us that strategies of repression and strategies of
diversion will not work anymore.  Satellite television and the
Internet provide a window into the wider world -– a world of
astonishing progress in places like India and Indonesia and
Brazil.  Cell phones and social networks allow young people to
connect and organize like never before.  And so a new generation
has emerged.  And their voices tell us that change16
cannot be denied.

In Cairo, we heard the voice of
the young mother who said, “It’s like I can finally breathe fresh air
for the first time.”

In Sanaa, we heard the students
who chanted, “The night must come to an end.”

In Benghazi, we heard the
engineer who said, “Our words are free now.  It’s a feeling you
can’t explain.”

In Damascus, we heard the young
man who said, “After the first yelling, the first shout, you feel
dignity.”

Those shouts of human dignity
are being heard across the region.  And through the moral force of
nonviolence, the people of the region have achieved more change in six
months than terrorists have accomplished in decades.17

Of course, change of this
magnitude does not come easily.  In our day and age -– a time of
24-hour news cycles and constant communication –- people expect the
transformation of the region to be resolved in a matter of weeks.
But it will be years before this story reaches its end.  Along the
way, there will be good days and there will bad days.  In some
places, change will be swift; in others, gradual.  And as we’ve
already seen, calls for change may give way, in some cases, to fierce
contests for power.

The question before us is what
role America will play as this story unfolds.  For decades, the
United States has pursued a set of core interests in the region:
countering terrorism and stopping the spread of nuclear weapons;
securing the free flow of commerce and safe-guarding the security of
the region; standing up for Israel’s security and pursuing Arab-Israeli
peace.

We will continue to do these
things, with the firm belief that America’s interests are not hostile
to people’s hopes;18
they’re essential to them.  We
believe that no one benefits from a nuclear arms race in the region, or
al Qaeda’s brutal attacks.  We believe people everywhere would see
their economies crippled by a cut-off in energy supplies.  As we
did in the Gulf War, we will not tolerate aggression across borders19,
and we will keep our commitments to friends and partners.20

Yet we must acknowledge that a
strategy based solely upon the narrow pursuit of these interests will
not fill an empty stomach or allow someone to speak their mind.
Moreover, failure to speak to the broader aspirations21 of
ordinary people will only feed the suspicion that has festered for
years that the United States pursues our interests at their
expense.  Given that this mistrust runs both ways –- as Americans
have been seared by hostage-taking and violent rhetoric and terrorist
attacks that have killed thousands of our citizens -– a failure to
change our approach threatens a deepening spiral of division between
the United States and the Arab world.22

And that’s why, two years ago
in Cairo, I began to broaden our engagement based upon mutual interests
and mutual respect.  I believed then -– and I believe now -– that
we have a stake not just in the stability of nations, but in the
self-determination of individuals.23  The status quo is
not sustainable.  Societies held together by fear and repression
may offer the illusion of stability for a time, but they are built upon
fault lines that will eventually tear asunder.

So we face a historic
opportunity.  We have the chance to show that America values the
dignity of the street vendor in Tunisia more than the raw power of the
dictator.24
There must be no doubt that the United
States of America welcomes change that advances self-determination and
opportunity.  Yes, there will be perils that accompany this moment
of promise.  But after decades of accepting the world as it is in
the region, we have a chance to pursue the world as it should be.25

Of course, as we do, we must
proceed with a sense of humility.  It’s not America that put
people into the streets of Tunis or Cairo -– it was the people
themselves who launched these movements, and it’s the people themselves
that must ultimately determine their outcome.

Not every country will follow
our particular form of representative democracy26, and there
will be times when our short-term interests don’t align perfectly with
our long-term vision for the region27.  But we can, and
we will, speak out for a set of core principles –- principles that have
guided our response to the events over the past six months:

The United States opposes the
use of violence and repression against the people of the region.28
(Applause.)

The United States supports a
set of universal rights.  And these rights include free speech,
the freedom of peaceful assembly, the freedom of religion, equality for
men and women under the rule of law, and the right to choose your own
leaders  -– whether you live in Baghdad or Damascus, Sanaa or
Tehran.29

And we support political and
economic reform in the Middle East and North Africa that can meet the
legitimate aspirations of ordinary people throughout the region.30

Our support for these
principles is not a secondary interest.  Today I want to make it
clear that it is a top priority that must be translated into concrete
actions, and supported by all of the diplomatic, economic and strategic
tools at our disposal.

Let me be specific.
First, it will be the policy of the United States to promote reform
across the region, and to support transitions to democracy. 31That effort
begins in Egypt and Tunisia, where the stakes are high -–
as Tunisia was at the vanguard of this democratic wave, and Egypt is
both a longstanding partner and the Arab world’s largest nation.32
Both nations can set a strong example through free and fair elections,
a vibrant civil society, accountable and effective democratic
institutions, and responsible regional leadership.33
But our support must also extend to nations where transitions have yet
to take place.

Unfortunately, in too many
countries, calls for change have thus far been answered by
violence.  The most extreme example is Libya, where Muammar
Qaddafi launched a war against his own people, promising to hunt them
down like rats.  As I said when the United States joined an
international coalition to intervene, we cannot prevent every injustice
perpetrated by a regime against its people, and we have learned from
our experience in Iraq just how costly and difficult it is to try to
impose regime change by force -– no matter how well-intentioned it may
be.34

But in Libya, we saw the
prospect of imminent massacre, we had a mandate for action, and heard
the Libyan people’s call for help.  Had we not acted along with
our NATO allies and regional coalition partners, thousands would have
been killed.  The message would have been clear:  Keep power
by killing as many people as it takes.  Now, time is working
against Qaddafi. He does not have control over his country.  The
opposition has organized a legitimate and credible Interim
Council.  And when Qaddafi inevitably leaves or is forced from
power, decades of provocation will come to an end, and the transition
to a democratic Libya can proceed.35

While Libya has faced violence
on the greatest scale, it’s not the only place where leaders have
turned to repression to remain in power.  Most recently, the
Syrian regime has chosen the path of murder and the mass arrests of its
citizens.  The United States has condemned these actions, and
working with the international community we have stepped up our
sanctions on the Syrian regime –- including sanctions announced
yesterday on President Assad and those around him.

The Syrian people have shown
their courage in demanding a transition to democracy.  President
Assad now has a choice:  He can lead that transition, or get out
of the way.  The Syrian government must stop shooting
demonstrators and allow peaceful protests.  It must release
political prisoners and stop unjust arrests.  It must allow human
rights monitors to have access to cities like Dara’a; and start a
serious dialogue to advance a democratic transition.  Otherwise,
President Assad and his regime will continue to be challenged from
within and will continue to be isolated abroad.

So far, Syria has followed its
Iranian ally, seeking assistance from Tehran in the tactics of
suppression.  And this speaks to the hypocrisy of the Iranian
regime, which says it stand for the rights of protesters abroad, yet
represses its own people at home.  Let’s remember that the first
peaceful protests in the region were in the streets of Tehran, where
the government brutalized women and men, and threw innocent people into
jail.36
We still hear the chants echo from the
rooftops of Tehran.  The image of a young woman dying in the
streets is still seared in our memory.  And we will continue to
insist that the Iranian people deserve their universal rights, and a
government that does not smother their aspirations.

Now, our opposition to Iran’s
intolerance and Iran’s repressive measures, as well as its illicit
nuclear program and its support of terror, is well known.  But if
America is to be credible, we must acknowledge that at times our
friends in the region have not all reacted to the demands for
consistent change — with change that’s consistent with the principles
that I’ve outlined today.  That’s true in Yemen, where President
Saleh needs to follow through on his commitment to transfer
power.  And that’s true today in Bahrain.

Bahrain is a longstanding
partner, and we are committed to its security.  We recognize that
Iran has tried to take advantage of the turmoil there, and that the
Bahraini government has a legitimate interest in the rule of law.

Nevertheless, we have insisted
both publicly and privately that mass arrests and brute force are at
odds with the universal rights of Bahrain’s citizens, and we will —
and such steps will not make legitimate calls for reform go away.
The only way forward is for the government and opposition to engage in
a dialogue, and you can’t have a real dialogue when parts of the
peaceful opposition are in jail.  (Applause.)  The government
must create the conditions for dialogue, and the opposition must
participate to forge a just future for all Bahrainis.37

Indeed, one of the broader
lessons to be drawn from this period is that sectarian divides need not
lead to conflict.  In Iraq, we see the promise of a multiethnic,
multisectarian democracy.  The Iraqi people have rejected the
perils of political violence in favor of a democratic process, even as
they’ve taken full responsibility for their own security.  Of
course, like all new democracies, they will face setbacks.  But
Iraq is poised to play a key role in the region if it continues its
peaceful progress.  And as they do, we will be proud to stand with
them as a steadfast partner.38

So in the months ahead, America
must use all our influence to encourage reform in the region.
Even as we acknowledge that each country is different, we need to speak
honestly about the principles that we believe in, with friend and foe
alike.  Our message is simple:  If you take the risks that
reform entails, you will have the full support of the United States. 39

We must also build on our
efforts to broaden our engagement beyond elites, so that we reach the
people who will shape the future -– particularly young people.  We
will continue to make good on the commitments that I made in Cairo -–
to build networks of entrepreneurs and expand exchanges in education,
to foster cooperation in science and technology, and combat
disease.  Across the region, we intend to provide assistance to
civil society, including those that may not be officially sanctioned,
and who speak uncomfortable truths.  And we will use the
technology to connect with -– and listen to –- the voices of the people.

For the fact is, real reform
does not come at the ballot box alone.  Through our efforts we
must support those basic rights to speak your mind and access
information.  We will support open access to the Internet, and the
right of journalists to be heard -– whether it’s a big news
organization or a lone blogger.  In the 21st century, information
is power, the truth cannot be hidden, and the legitimacy of governments
will ultimately depend on active and informed citizens.

Such open discourse is
important even if what is said does not square with our
worldview.  Let me be clear, America respects the right of all
peaceful and law-abiding voices to be heard, even if we disagree with
them.  And sometimes we profoundly disagree with them.

We look forward to working with
all who embrace genuine and inclusive democracy.40
What we will oppose is an attempt by any group to restrict the rights
of others, and to hold power through coercion and not consent.
Because democracy depends not only on elections, but also strong and
accountable institutions, and the respect for the rights of minorities.41

Such tolerance is particularly
important when it comes to religion.  In Tahrir Square, we heard
Egyptians from all walks of life chant, “Muslims, Christians, we are
one.”  America will work to see that this spirit prevails -– that
all faiths are respected, and that bridges are built among them.
42

In a region that was the birthplace of three world religions,
intolerance can lead only to suffering and stagnation.  And for
this season of change to succeed, Coptic Christians must have the right
to worship freely in Cairo, just as Shia must never have their mosques
destroyed in Bahrain.43

What is true for religious
minorities is also true when it comes to the rights of women.
History shows that countries are more prosperous and more peaceful when
women are empowered.  And that’s why we will continue to insist
that universal rights apply to women as well as men -– by focusing
assistance on child and maternal health; by helping women to teach, or
start a business; by standing up for the right of women to have their
voices heard, and to run for office.  The region will never reach
its full potential when more than half of its population is prevented
from achieving their full potential. 44 (Applause.)

Now, even as we promote
political reform, even as we promote human rights in the region, our
efforts can’t stop there.  So the second way that we must support
positive change in the region is through our efforts to advance
economic development for nations that are transitioning to democracy. 45

After all, politics alone has
not put protesters into the streets.  The tipping point for so
many people is the more constant concern of putting food on the table
and providing for a family.46
Too many people in the
region wake up with few expectations other than making it through the
day, perhaps hoping that their luck will change.  Throughout the
region, many young people have a solid education, but closed economies
leave them unable to find a job.  Entrepreneurs are brimming with
ideas, but corruption leaves them unable to profit from those
ideas.

The greatest untapped resource
in the Middle East and North Africa is the talent of its people.
In the recent protests, we see that talent on display, as people
harness technology to move the world.  It’s no coincidence that
one of the leaders of Tahrir Square was an executive for Google.
That energy now needs to be channeled, in country after country, so
that economic growth can solidify the accomplishments of the
street.  For just as democratic revolutions can be triggered by a
lack of individual opportunity, successful democratic transitions
depend upon an expansion of growth and broad-based prosperity.

So, drawing from what we’ve
learned around the world, we think it’s important to focus on trade,
not just aid; on investment, not just assistance.  The goal must
be a model in which protectionism gives way to openness, the reigns of
commerce pass from the few to the many, and the economy generates jobs
for the young.  America’s support for democracy will therefore be
based on ensuring financial stability, promoting reform, and
integrating competitive markets with each other and the global
economy.  And we’re going to start with Tunisia and Egypt.

First, we’ve asked the World
Bank and the International Monetary Fund to present a plan at next
week’s G8 summit for what needs to be done to stabilize and modernize
the economies of Tunisia and Egypt.  Together, we must help them
recover from the disruptions of their democratic upheaval, and support
the governments that will be elected later this year.  And we are
urging other countries to help Egypt and Tunisia meet its near-term
financial needs.

Second, we do not want a
democratic Egypt to be saddled by the debts of its past.47
So we will relieve a democratic Egypt of up to $1 billion in debt, and
work with our Egyptian partners to invest these resources to foster
growth and entrepreneurship.  We will help Egypt regain access to
markets by guaranteeing $1 billion in borrowing that is needed to
finance infrastructure and job creation.  And we will help newly
democratic governments recover assets that were stolen.

Third, we’re working with
Congress to create Enterprise Funds to invest in Tunisia and
Egypt.  And these will be modeled on funds that supported the
transitions in Eastern Europe after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
OPIC will soon launch a $2 billion facility to support private
investment across the region.  And we will work with the allies to
refocus the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development so that it
provides the same support for democratic transitions and economic
modernization in the Middle East and North Africa as it has in Europe.

Fourth, the United States will
launch a comprehensive Trade and Investment Partnership Initiative in
the Middle East and North Africa.  If you take out oil exports,
this entire region of over 400 million people exports roughly the same
amount as Switzerland.  So we will work with the EU to facilitate
more trade within the region, build on existing agreements to promote
integration with U.S. and European markets, and open the door for those
countries who adopt high standards of reform and trade liberalization
to construct a regional trade arrangement.  And just as EU
membership served as an incentive for reform in Europe, so should the
vision of a modern and prosperous economy create a powerful force for
reform in the Middle East and North Africa.

Prosperity also requires
tearing down walls that stand in the way of progress -– the corruption
of elites who steal from their people; the red tape that stops an idea
from becoming a business; the patronage that distributes wealth based
on tribe or sect.  We will help governments meet international
obligations, and invest efforts at anti-corruption — by working with
parliamentarians who are developing reforms, and activists who use
technology to increase transparency and hold government
accountable.  Politics and human rights; economic reform.48

Let me conclude by talking
about another cornerstone of our approach to the region, and that
relates to the pursuit of peace.

For decades, the conflict
between Israelis and Arabs has cast a shadow over the region.49
For Israelis, it has meant living with the fear that their children
could be blown up on a bus or by rockets fired at their homes, as well
as the pain of knowing that other children in the region are taught to
hate them.  For Palestinians, it has meant suffering the
humiliation of occupation, and never living in a nation of their own.50
Moreover, this conflict has come with a larger cost to the Middle East,
as it impedes partnerships that could bring greater security and
prosperity and empowerment to ordinary people.51

For over two years, my
administration has worked with the parties and the international
community to end this conflict52,
building on decades of
work by previous administrations.  Yet expectations have gone
unmet.  Israeli settlement activity continues. 53
Palestinians have walked away from talks.  The world looks at a
conflict that has grinded on and on and on, and sees nothing but
stalemate.54
Indeed, there are those who argue that
with all the change and uncertainty in the region, it is simply not
possible to move forward now.55

I disagree.  At a time
when the people of the Middle East and North Africa are casting off the
burdens of the past, the drive for a lasting peace that ends the
conflict and resolves all claims is more urgent than ever. 56
That’s certainly true for the two parties involved.

For the Palestinians, efforts
to delegitimize Israel will end in failure.57  Symbolic
actions to isolate Israel at the United Nations in September won’t
create an independent state. Palestinian leaders will not achieve peace
or prosperity58
if Hamas insists on a path of terror and
rejection.  And Palestinians will never realize their independence59
by denying the right of Israel to exist.

As for Israel, our friendship
is rooted deeply in a shared history and shared values.  Our
commitment to Israel’s security is unshakeable. 60 And we
will stand against attempts to single it out for criticism in
international forums61
But precisely because of our
friendship, it’s important that we tell the truth:62
The status quo is unsustainable63,
and Israel too must act
boldly to advance a lasting peace.

The fact is, a growing number
of Palestinians live west of the Jordan River.  Technology will
make it harder for Israel to defend itself.  A region undergoing
profound change will lead to populism in which millions of people -–
not just one or two leaders — must believe peace is possible. 64
The international community is tired of an endless process that never
produces an outcome.65
The dream of a Jewish and democratic
state cannot be fulfilled with permanent occupation.66

Now, ultimately, it is up to
the Israelis and Palestinians to take action.67  No
peace can be imposed upon them68
— not by the United
States; not by anybody else.  But endless delay won’t make the
problem go away69.
What America and the international
community can do is to state frankly what everyone knows — a lasting
peace will involve two states for two peoples:70
Israel as a Jewish state and the homeland for the Jewish people, and
the state of Palestine as the homeland for the Palestinian people, each
state enjoying self-determination, mutual recognition, and peace.71

So while the core issues of the
conflict must be negotiated, the basis of those negotiations is
clear:  a viable Palestine,72
a secure Israel.73
The United States believes that negotiations should result in two states74,
with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan, and Egypt, and
permanent Israeli borders with Palestine.  We believe the borders
of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually
agreed swaps,75
so that secure76
and recognized
borders are established for both states.  The Palestinian people
must have the right to govern themselves77, and reach their full
potential, in a sovereign and contiguous state. 78

As for security, every state
has the right to self-defense, and Israel must be able to defend itself
-– by itself -– against any threat79.  Provisions must
also be robust enough to prevent a resurgence of terrorism80,
to stop the infiltration of weapons, and to provide effective border
security81.
The full and phased withdrawal of Israeli
military forces should be coordinated with the assumption of
Palestinian security responsibility in a sovereign, non-militarized
state82.
And the duration of this transition period
must be agreed, and the effectiveness of security arrangements must be
demonstrated.83

These principles provide a
foundation for negotiations.84
Palestinians should
know the territorial outlines of their state; Israelis should know that
their basic security concerns will be met85.  I’m aware
that these steps alone will not resolve the conflict, because two
wrenching and emotional issues will remain:  the future of
Jerusalem86,
and the fate of Palestinian refugees.87
But moving forward now on the basis of territory and security provides
a foundation to resolve those two issues in a way that is just and
fair, and that respects the rights and aspirations of both Israelis and
Palestinians. 88

Now, let me say this:
Recognizing that negotiations need to begin with the issues of
territory and security does not mean that it will be easy to come back
to the table.  In particular, the recent announcement of an
agreement between Fatah and Hamas raises profound and legitimate
questions for Israel:  How can one negotiate with a party that has
shown itself unwilling to recognize your right to exist?89
And in the weeks and months to come, Palestinian leaders will have to
provide a credible answer to that question. 90 Meanwhile,
the United States, our Quartet partners, and the Arab states will need
to continue every effort to get beyond the current impasse.

I recognize how hard this will
be.  Suspicion and hostility91 has been passed on for
generations, and at times it has hardened. But I’m convinced that the
majority of Israelis and Palestinians would rather look to the future
than be trapped in the past. 92
We see that spirit in the
Israeli father whose son was killed by Hamas, who helped start an
organization that brought together Israelis and Palestinians who had
lost loved ones.  That father said, “I gradually realized that the
only hope for progress was to recognize the face of the
conflict.”  We see it in the actions of a Palestinian who lost
three daughters to Israeli shells in Gaza.  “I have the right to
feel angry,” he said.  “So many people were expecting me to
hate.  My answer to them is I shall not hate.  Let us hope,”
he said, “for tomorrow.”93

That is the choice that must be
made -– not simply in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but across the
entire region -– a choice between hate and hope;94 between
the shackles of the past and the promise of the future.  It’s a
choice that must be made by leaders and by the people, and it’s a
choice that will define the future of a region that served as the
cradle of civilization and a crucible of strife.

For all the challenges that lie
ahead, we see many reasons to be hopeful.  In Egypt, we see it in
the efforts of young people who led protests. 95 In Syria,
we see it in the courage of those who brave bullets while chanting,
“peaceful, peaceful.”  In Benghazi, a city threatened with
destruction, we see it in the courthouse square where people gather to
celebrate the freedoms that they had never known.  Across the
region, those rights that we take for granted are being claimed with
joy by those who are prying loose the grip of an iron fist.96

For the American people, the
scenes of upheaval in the region may be unsettling, but the forces
driving it are not unfamiliar.  Our own nation was founded through
a rebellion against an empire. 97
Our people fought a
painful Civil War that extended freedom and dignity to those who were
enslaved.  And I would not be standing here today unless past
generations turned to the moral force of nonviolence as a way to
perfect our union –- organizing, marching, protesting peacefully
together to make real those words that declared our nation:  “We
hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created
equal.”

Those words must guide our
response to the change that is transforming the Middle East and North
Africa -– words which tell us that repression will fail, and that
tyrants will fall, and that every man and woman is endowed with certain
inalienable rights. 98

It will not be easy.
There’s no straight line to progress, and hardship always accompanies a
season of hope.  But the United States of America was founded on
the belief that people should govern themselves.  And now we
cannot hesitate to stand squarely on the side of those who are reaching
for their rights, knowing that their success will bring about a world
that is more peaceful, more stable, and more just.99

Thank you very much,
everybody.  (Applause.)  Thank you.

  1. Few rose up to demand rights, most
    demanded power. The supposed uprising is a power grab; its about the
    identity of the dictator and who gets the loot, not about
    democracy.
  2. The grain of sand at the core of this pearl of
    revolt is economic: the escalating price of food resulting from a poor
    harvest in Russia, increasing demand in China and the diversion of
    grain to make motor fuel.
  3. Does anyone hear him bitching about the cost of
    WW1, WWII, etc?  No, he is bitterly bitching about the cost of the
    invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.  Afghanistan sponsored the
    accursed abomination 9/11.  Obama implied that we should ignore
    that and let them get away with it just as we ignored the Cole,
    Embassies, khobar Towers & WTC1.   Ignoring those attacks gave
    the enemy the courage to perpetrate the Gd’d abomination.  We
    should not be paying in blood and treasure, we should be destroying
    those nations that sponsored the attacks. That is what Nukes are for.
    Lets use them and be done with the matter.
  4. Our troops should have stayed home. We should
    have sent Fat Man instead.  When we leave, Iraq will be firmly
    under the control of Iran. We are losers, having wasted precious blood
    and treasure.  The Taliban’s momentun is meaningless. Wen we
    leave, they take over. No other outcome is possible.  Killing
    Usama makes no difference; he will be replaced.  So long as Iraq
    & Afghanistan remain populated by Muslims, we have wasted our blood
    and treasure in a losing enterprise; a fool’s errand of the worst
    sort.
  5. The message of hate & war ain’t Usama’s it
    belongs to Muhammad. “Its Islam, stupid!”
  6. Change is not the objective; loot is. Islam is
    all about conquest for the loot it brings. Open your Qur’an to Surah Al-Anfal
    and read ayat 1, 41 & 67. Who gets the spoils?  What was Moe’s
    motivation?  Islam is about theocracy, not democracy. Open your
    Qur’an and read Surah Al-Ahzab 36
    to see who rules.  Islamic aggression is normative, not
    extreme.  War is  its core.  Read Al-Anfal again,
    folowed by At-Taubah. What did Allah command Muslims to do?  What
    do believers do?  Get a clue.
  7. It ain’t Usama’s vision, it is Moe’s. “Its Islam,
    stupid!”  “Fight them until…” is a pattern set by  8:39, 9:29 & Sahih Bukhari 1.8.387; can you get a clue?
  8. If truth passes Obama’s lips, its by accident,
    not intention.  Their
    ‘better life’ is waiting for them beyond the grave. To them, the life
    of this world is but idle sport, worthless compared to Allah’s
    celestial bordello. Damned fools deny this; they will not read 9:38, 111 & 4:74 to learn the truth; instead they will chortle
    in their smug, smarmy ‘moral superiority’.
  9. The agenda is Moe’s, not Usama’s. “Its Islam,
    stupid!”
  10. The uprisings are contests for power,
    piggybacked on economic unrest.  The revolutionaries are Muslims,
    would be tyrants, not democrats. They seek power, not freedom.
  11. It is about self-aggrandizement, not
    self-determination. Muslim societies are tribal, not individualistic.
    Its all about seizing and retaining power.
  12. Islam is predation, not productivity. Islam is
    about obtaining power, income and wealth through the use of force, by
    taking it from its creators.
  13. Malarkey!!!  They got rid of colonial
    rulers, but did not obtain independence. They are dependent on foreign
    aid for survival. They replaced one set of tyrants with another,
    exchanging local tyranny for foreign.
  14. And they never will, because they are Muslims,
    seeking to be ruled by Muslims, and Islam is tyranny. Only Allah has
    the right to rule, which he exercises through Moe’s successors.
  15. How
    do you start or maintain a business in New
    York, New Jersey or Chicago without paying bribes?  Why did Trump,
    supposedly a Conservative Republican, contribute to the campaign
    war chests of Schumer & Emmanuel? How stupid and gullible do you
    think we are?
  16. Change is not improvement. Death is a change,
    but not an improvement.  Illness is a change, but not an
    improvement. The Russian Revolution was a change, not an improvement.
    Obamination is a change,  not an improvement!
  17. Terrorists seek power: local, regional &
    global domination.  Their strategic objective is unacceptable
    and intolerable because it is evil. The revolutionaries seek the same
    thing as the terrorists: power for its own sake.  They are not
    bringing liberty, they are exchanging tyrants, tyrants who will sponsor
    terrorists.
  18. Those people are Muslims: slaves of Satan. Their
    hope is to conquer and enslave us; to live in luxury off our labor.
  19. Russia, China, N. Korea & Pakistan benefit
    financially from the nuclear arms race.  Its about obtaining the
    means of eradicating Israel. The dealers in arms and explosives benefit
    from al-Qaida’s attacks. OPEC seeks to profit by throttling us with the
    oil spigot.  You won’t tolerate aggression? Isn’t that
    special.  What will you do about?  When Israel retaliates,
    you dance about chanting “restraint”. You should be restrained, with a
    strait jacket.
  20. Obviously you are no friend of Israel. You broke
    commitments made by previous Presidents. You demanded ’67 borders. You
    threw away Israel’s bargaining chips.
  21. Aspirations? They aspire to a good seat in the
    highest level of the celestial bordello, obtained by being killed in
    battle against Jews & Christians. You don’t seem to comprehend
    their saying that they love death more than we love life.  But you
    do, because you are one of them; a traitor and enemy to America and the
    human race as a whole.
  22. This is not a golf game; this is life &
    death: existential conflict between Islam and civilization.
    Civilization can only prevail if it exterminates Islam. The best tactic
    is suggested by page 60 of The
    Qur’anic Concept of War
    :
    destroy their faith, emancipate them from enslavement to Allah.
    If you can’t or won’t do that, then victory will require mass slaughter
    through the use of nuclear weapons.
  23. There
    are few grosser fictions than “mutual interest” and “mutual respect”
    between Islam and Western Civilization.  Shahid status is their
    highest aspiration: they earn a better seat in the celestial bordello
    if they are killed in battle against us.  They do not want what we
    want, they want to conquer the world or die trying. They don’t respect
    us, they consider us lower than dirt: najis, ranking with dog
    excrement.
  24. The dignity of the street vendor is not at
    stake, he is dead. His peers are enslaved to Allah, and subjects of a
    dictator. Neither status has improved or will improve. Licking the
    brown spot beneath Satan’s tail does nothing to improve their lot in
    life.
  25. Blessed right, a world without Islam!!! Sadly,
    that is not what Obama has in mind.
  26. The true national treasure is limited
    government: a constitution which puts limits on government activity, to
    reduce the damage it can do. In recent decades, it has been breached
    more often than not. So long as the population is primarily Islamic,
    and the Qur’an is the basis of their legislation, they will never be
    free and never have the dignity & self determination Obama dreams
    of.
  27. Our short term interests include preventing
    terrorist attacks and maintaining free flow of oil and commerce. Our
    long term interests extend those and add replacing Islam with secular,
    representative and limited government.  Obama’s anal osculation is
    counterproductive both short and long term.
  28. Isn’t that special. We oppose violent
    repression. How about violent revolution to replace nominally secular
    and moderate tyrants with Islamic theocracies that will increase their
    sponsorship of terrorism?  Which is preferable?  Were we
    better off with Mubarak?  Will we be better off with al-Ikhwan?
  29. Freedom of religion? For Copts in Egypt?
    For Christian minorities in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kenya &
    Nigeria?  Yeah, right.  Gender equality, like in Saudi
    Arabia? Choose your own leaders: al-Ikhwan, the parent of HAMAS;
    great leadership. Yeah, right.
  30. There are differences between form and
    substance. Obama worships form, rejecting substance. They are Muslims;
    Islam is all about global conquest. Nothing is going to change that, no
    matter who occupies the throne or how he is selected.
  31. Back to the form || substance dichotomy.
    Democracy means mob rule. Is that what we really want for Africa &
    Arabia?  There will be no good outcome until the region’s
    population quits being Muslim and starts being secular, intelligent,
    educated & freedom loving. None of those things is likely to happen
    soon.
  32. Obama continues to ignore the Qur’an verses
    which command Muslims not to be friends or partners with Kuffar. he
    forgets that the peace between Egypt and Israel has been a cold peace,
    now threatened by the revolutionaries.
  33. High sounding words, hot air signifying
    nothing.  No such pleasant outcomes will come to pass. Instead,
    bloodshed, tyranny and economic ruin lie in store. Why did Obama
    abandon the green revolution in Iran to let it die in the
    streets?  There is no better place for a revolution, no nation in
    the region needs it more urgently. But Obama dithers while Khomeini
    & his satrap in Syria slaughter rebels with abandon. Why cultivate
    beneath the nose what grows wild a little lower?  Obama has a
    major consistency problem.
  34. Change and improvement are not synonymous terms.
    Change is as likely to be detrimental as beneficial. We accomplished
    nothing in Iraq because we did not emancipate its people from slavery
    to Allah.  While there is Islam, there can be no real improvement
    in the region.
  35. If a lion and a bear are decimating your sheep,
    and you find the two in mortal combat, let them kill each other.
    The dictator was behind PanAm 103. The rebels returned from fighting us
    in Iraq.  The more of them die the better.
  36. Why did you sit on the sidelines when the
    rebellion was in full swing after the stolen election?  There is
    no more vital venue for revolution. We need to be rid of that regime!!!
  37. Just give them what they want, forget the
    consequences. The mob must get its way; let Iran take over the region.
    Yeah, right.
  38. “Take not as friends”… The Qur’an is explicit;
    Muslims are prohibited from friendship and partnership with kuffar.
    Islam must dominate, never subordinate; never equal.
  39. This is about who rules, not how they rule. How
    they rule won’t change. Once the throne is in possession, the promises
    go out the window. Obama continues to confuse form and substance.
  40. Democracy is mob rule, they had that  in
    Egypt & Tunisia.  Islam is theocracy, the two are
    incompatible.  Muslims are not candidates for citizenship in
    representative governments.  Re-read 33:36 until you understand
    that only Allah has the right to rule.
  41. Respect for the rights of minorities is not part
    of Islam, as anyone would know who would take the time to read the Pact
    of Umar. Or you might turn to Reliance of the Traveller, O11.5.
  42. All one? Like the Three Musketeers?  Is
    that why they blow up churches and burn down Christian homes &
    businesses?  Tolerance is not part of Islam. Doubters &
    dissenters should read 3:85 & 9:29.  Declaring and waging war is not
    tolerance.
  43. Where are those Copts to worship? Egyptian law
    forbids them to build churches. If they worship in the open, they are
    mobbed. The revolt does nothing to alter that fact.
  44. Islam rules all aspects of human life where it
    is dominant. In Islam, women are fields to be plowed, inferior to men and deficient in intelligence & religion. How does
    Obama expect the revolution to change the Qur’an & hadith?  It
    is an affirmation, not a denunciation of Islam.
  45. Economic development; that’s the ticket!
    Industrialize Arabia and export our jobs to them. What do we need jobs
    for anyway?  With industrialization and economic development, they
    will be better enabled to stockpile weapons, sponsor terrorism and
    expand their nuclear weapons development.  What a great plan!
  46. Why are Egyptians having trouble affording
    food?  Economic development in Asia has increased imports,
    reducing available supply and increasing prices to Egyptians. Russia’s
    lost harvest exacerbated the problem.  And we have been burning
    corn in our cars; corn that would have been fed to cattle or humans,
    once again reducing supply and increasing price, artificially, by
    government fiat.  Obamination policy is part of the problem, not
    part of the solution.
  47. We are trillions in debt; we don’t have a
    billion to give away. How do you expect to pay for it?  Democratic
    Egypt? No such thing exists nor will it. Egypt has exchanged one tyrant
    for another. The vain imaginings of Obamination are bad enough,
    throwing money at them is worse.  Borrow a billion and flush it
    down the sewer; what a great idea!
  48. Investing billions we don’t have and can’t pay
    back; investing them in our enemies. What a great plan!
  49. Decades? How many decades since 638? What did
    Moe do to the Jews at the Khaibar Oasis?  Meccan camel caravans
    were his first victims, Jews were his second victims.  Perhaps
    Obama should read 9:29 again.  What part of “fight those
    who”…”until” does he not understand?  Maybe he does not
    understand 7:167.
    Who is it that Allah will continually send to torment the Jews?  What will Jesus do when he returns? What did Moe say to the Jews? Does that apply
    locally or globally? What was Moe’s preference for
    sequence of conquest, Israel or Yemen?
  50. When have the SandMaggots had a nation of their
    own? What was its name? Who were its leaders? What was its currency?
    Palestine & Palestinian are malignant malarkey. No such place or
    people exist. The entire narrative is  a malignant maundery fabricated for political purposes.
    They are not a people, they are undifferentiated Arabs and the
    descendants of  their slaves. If they wanted a state of their own,
    why did they not demand it between 1948 & 1967 while Egypt &
    Jordan illegally held the territories?
  51. Exactly what part of “Take not as friends” do
    you not comprehend? Allah explicitly forbids friendship &
    partnership with Jews! Get a clue!! 3:118, 4:89, 144, 5:51, 5760:1, 13.
  52. Only a damned fool expects to end an existential
    conflict.  When one party is determined to exterminate the other,
    the conflict can not be ended short of exterminating one party.
    What part of this does Obama not comprehend?  The gates of
    Paradise will not swing open for Muslims until they kill the last Jew.
    Get a clue.
  53. Blame the victims, thats the ticket. Settlements
    are not the obstacle to peace; Islam is. “Its Islam, stupid!” I
    previously presented links to the ayeh & hadith which drive the
    conflict. Muslims perceive a divine mandate to exterminate Jews. The
    celestial bordello won’t open for them until they finish that
    task.  Exactly what part of this do you not comprehend?
    Obtain a brain.
  54. Translation: “The world is impatient for the
    destruction of Israel & extermination of the Jews. The statement
    tells us which side Obamination is on. While Obama presides, America is
    one of Israel’s enemies, not its friend.
  55. Existential conflict can only end in
    extermination. Anyone with a scintilla of morality will recognize the
    aggressor as the one who should be exterminated.  Who invaded and
    occupied Israel in 638?  Now you know the identity of the
    aggressor: “Its Islam, stupid!”.
  56. Ending the conflict requires ending the
    existence of Islam. The current revolt is Islamic, it is increasing,
    not decreasing Islamic fervor for exterminating the Jews.  That
    which Obamination views  as an opportunity is really an obstacle
    in the path to peace.  While there is Islam, there is no
    peace.  Islam and peace can not coexist.
  57. Oh, really? Then why are you constantly bitching
    about “settlements”?  Obamination is part of the campaign to deny
    Israel’s legitimacy.
  58. It will unless you cast a veto in the Security
    Council. I have no faith in your intention to veto the resolution
    because I know that you are an enemy, not a friend of Israel.
    Fallestinian leaders do not seek peace and prosperity, they seek
    conquest and plunder. They will not accomplish what they do not seek.
  59. Independence is not their strategic objective;
    genocide is. They perceive politicide & genocide to be
    prerequisites to admission to the celestial bordello. “Its Islam,
    stupid!”
  60. Nobody committed to Israel’s security would
    demand that Israel use “restraint” in self-defense.  Neither would
    one so committed demand that Israel surrender land for nothing.
    Nor would they demand that Israel allow enemy gun emplacements on high
    ground with a commanding view of all of her territory.  Israel
    will have no security until there are no living Muslims within rocket
    range. “Its Islam, stupid!”
  61. One vote against more than 40; lotsa good that
    does.
  62. The next time Obama tells the truth about the
    Mid East conflict will be the first time.
  63. There can not be lasting peace without peace.
    There can not be peace while Islam exists with Muslims to practice it.
    “Its Islam, stupid!”.  Islam is a demonic mandate to conquer the
    world. All conquered territory must be held, and if lost,
    reconquered.  Get a clue; read the HAMAS
    charter
    .
  64. First, they must believe that peace is
    desirable. Second, they must have an accurate and objective definition
    of peace.  To Muslims, peace is after  they complete their
    world conquest.  They do not want peace, they want victory. “Its
    Islam, stupid!”.
  65. The “world community” wants Israel and the Jews
    eradicated. So does Obamination. Antisemitism is not exclusive to
    Muslims, just more intense and widespread among them. They don’t want
    an end to the conflict, they don’t want peace, they want victory.
    Nobody is anti war, they are all pro victory; enemy victory.
  66. “Occupation”: the supreme shibboleth. Israel is
    occupied by Muslim Arabs, not occupying. In 638, Caliph Umar completed
    the conquest of Israel. Muslims occupied Israel. Their descendants are
    still there, and more of them were attracted by increasing prosperity
    after Jews began reclaiming the land and making it productive.
    Israel was not smart enough to expel the occupiers, instead Israel
    begged them to remain in place. The Arabs fled to clear the way for
    genocidal conquest, which failed.  Allowing them to return would
    be suicidally stupid. They tried again in ’67 and Israel regained more
    of the land stolen from her. That is justice, not occupation.
  67. Only the Muslims can make peace peacefully, and
    they will not. Israel can only make peace by exterminating them. No
    negotiation, no concession, no good will gesture; nothing less than
    exterminating the local Muslims can make peace in the region. Israel
    will have peace when there are no living Muslims within rocket range,
    not before.
  68. If you recognize the fact that peace can not be
    externally imposed, then sit down and shut up! Quit bitching about
    “settlement activity”. Quit bitching about “restraint” when Israel
    counter attacks.  Quit demanding that Israel commit
    suicide.   Dissolve the quartet  Don’t replace Mitchell.
    Sit down and shut up!!!
  69. The problem will not go away until the Muslims
    go away or quit being Muslims. “Its Islam, stupid!”.
  70. Lasting peace requires one state and one people:
    Israel. Israel alone, without enemies. So long as there are live
    Muslims within rocket range, there will be no peace. Islam is permanent
    war. What part of “fight those who… until…” do you not
    comprehend?  What part of “The hour will not come until” do you
    not comprehend?  Obtain a brain; get a clue’ or sit down and shut
    up until you do; you embarrass  the nation with your silly
    blather.
  71. The SandMaggot’s homelands are where they or
    their parents came from: Egypt, Yemen, Iraq, Syria, etc. Israel is not
    their homeland.  Fallestine is already: The Kingdom of Jordan. No
    other SandMaggot state is needed.
  72. Its Jordan, stupid!!!
  73. Israel can never be secure while people
    possessed of a demonic mandate to exterminate her live within rocket
    range. Security means no nearby enemies.
  74. Only damned fools believe that two states will
    solve the problem of Islamic determination to exterminate Israel and
    conquer the world. Unfortunately, we are damned fools: we elected
    Obamination.  Terminal stupidity.
  75. Only damned fools harbor any such belief. In
    ’67, Israel was narrower than artillery range. I remember constant news
    reports of shelling from the Golan Heights. Israel can not afford to
    have rockets launched from the heights of the Jordan Rift. The whole
    concept is terminally stupid.
  76. No border is secure that does not push Muslims
    back beyond the range of the most powerful rocket in their possession.
  77. There is no reason why the SandMaggots should
    have a state or govern themselves. They are undifferentiated Arabs,
    nothing special. Their entire narrative is a fabricated fallacy; a
    malignant maundery.
  78. If there is a SandMaggot state, and it is not permanently demilitarized, Israel
    will continue to be attacked on a daily basis. There is no other
    possibility. Israel would not hold Judea & Samaria if the Arabs had
    not launched a genocidal attack in ’67.  They must learn to live
    with the consequences of their aggression. Israel must annex, purge and
    settle the territories.  The world must quit bitching about it.
  79. Every time Israel is attacked and retaliates,
    you, your predecessors, European heads of state and the U.N. bitterly
    bitch & moan about it. Next time, Israel must flatten Gaza &
    Lebanon, and you must sit down and shut up while she does it.
  80. No provisions
    can prevent terrorism. Only the extermination of Islam can prevent
    Islamic terrorism. No other solution is possible. Israel can not obtain
    peace & security in the presence of Muslims.  “Its Islam,
    stupid!”.
  81. Remember the S.C. Resolution that ended the last
    war in Lebanon?  Exactly what benefit has resulted; what good have
    the blue hats done? have they prevented weapons smuggling?
    Exactly when and where have such resolutions or observer forces had any
    beneficial results?
  82. SandMaggots do not desire to prevent terrorism,
    they are terrorists. The “security forces” trained and equipped at tax
    payer expense, have been part of the problem, not part of the solution.
    Its the equivalent of foxes guarding the hen house. A state can not at
    once be sovereign and demilitarized. Cognitive dissonance is evident in
    those remarks.
  83. Which provisions of the Oslo Accords have the
    SandMaggots implemented?  Please list and enumerate them. What
    makes any damned fool think they will implement the provisions of any
    agreement??
  84. Gravestones are the only foundation for
    negotiations. It is not possible to negotiate with an enemy who
    perceives a divine mandate to exterminate you.
  85. Israel can not be secure until her enemies are
    dead. Get a clue; “Its Islam, stupid!”.
  86. Jerusalem is reunited, and must remain so; the
    capitol city of Israel. There is absolutely no reason for any other
    outcome. King Hussein promised access, then denied it. He tore down
    synagogues and cemeteries, turning them into latrines.  Once is
    enough; never again. Get a clue.
  87. There are no refugees. They vacated to avoid the
    genocidal assault of the Arab armies, clearing the way for the
    extermination of the Jews. They have no right or claim, in morality,
    history or law. They abandoned whatever claim they might have had in
    favor of genocide. To Hell with them. Those born in refugee camps
    subsequent to ’48 are not refugees, they have no right or claim to
    Israel.
  88. They aspire only to reconquer Israel and
    exterminate the Jews. To Hell with them; they have no legitimate
    aspirations.
  89. That is the worst form of Gd’d lie: begging the
    question. The unstated false premise: “Fatah  recognizes Israel’s
    right to exist. Nothing could be further from the truth. There are two
    essential differences between HAMAS & Fatah: tactics and who should
    occupy the throne. All else is persiflage. They are all Muslims. “Its
    Islam, stupid!”. What does Surah At-Taubah 29 say about waging war
    against Jews?  What does the infamous genocide hadith (quoted in
    the HAMAS Charter) say about exterminating them?  Muslims have a
    demonic mandate to reconquer Israel; they will be damned if they
    don’t.  Haven’t you read At-Taubah 38-39? What makes you think they will
    desist from conquest?  If you think that, you are “thinking” with
    your anus instead of your brain. Analencephalopathy seems to be common
    these days.
  90. Until they agree to allow Israel to exist
    unmolested, Israel must tell them to go to Hell. Better yet, she should
    usher them unto Hell.
  91. Hostility to Jews has been at the core of Islam
    since 623. It is coded into the Qur’an, hadith and Shari’ah; it can not
    be removed.  “Its Islam, stupid!”
  92. So long as they remain Muslims, they are locked
    into the past. If you want peace, cause them to cease being Muslims or
    to cease living. There is no other solution to this
    problem.
  93. Reasoning from the specific to the general is a
    common problem. One insane Jew does not make a trend. One confused
    Muslim does not make a trend. The problem is Islam: its damnable
    doctrines of genocidal conquest.  No matter how you dance around
    this fact, it can not be avoided: “Its Islam, stupid!” The Qur’an
    commands Muslims to conquer the world and promises them victory. It
    threatens them with Hellfire if they shirk and promises a good seat in
    the celestial bordello if they participate.  When you believe that
    your eternal destiny is dependent on going to war, what will you
    do?  “Its Islam, stupid!”.
  94. The real choice is between Islam and apostasy;
    between Islam and life.  It is Islam that binds Muslims to the
    past and to violence.
  95. A few idealists at the vanguard had their
    revolution hijacked by al-Ikhwan al-Muslimeen. Therein is no hope; only
    continued enslavement to Allah and tyrants.
  96. A turd, no matter how you paint or gild it,
    remains a turd. It stinks, and its only good for fertilizer. Most
    revolutions are about who holds power, not about limiting it. Ours was
    the signal exception that proves the rule.
  97. Our revolution was fought by men who held high
    ideals of liberty and individualism. Islamic refolutions are fought by
    Muslims who seek tyranny over others. Obama denies the difference
    because he is one of the latter.
  98. Projecting our own ideals onto people who do not
    share them is a grave error.
  99. Those reaching for their rights are a tiny
    minority. Those grasping power are the majority. Those grasping power
    have organization, zealotry and weapons superior to the resources of
    the tiny minority of libertarians. The libertarians will not prevail.




May 24, 2011 Posted by | Islam, Political Correctness | , , , | Leave a comment

Ineffable Questions for the Leaders of Islam


One of my Google Alerts turned up an article at News Blaze purportedly written by two Australian Muslims.  Their names arouse some suspicion: Salem Yalekum and Ashraef Ahmed.  The questions which they propound tend to arouse further doubts.

At the bottom line, the authors seem to confirm my suspicions in one sentence, and pull back from the precipice in the next. [Emphasis added.]

Reform Islam, protect the faith. Muslim people are now questioning their own faith and want clarification. We want assimilation we do not want to stick out like a sore thumb. We have had enough of the inaction.

Their use of the third person in the first sentence inspires doubt.  Reversion to the first person in the next raises the question: is it style, or is it content.

There is another crucial tip off: did they quote from an appendix to Craig Winn’s The Prophet of Doom.

  • “Believers, take neither Jews nor Christians for your friends.” (Surah 5:51)
  • “Believers, take not Jews and Christians for your friends. They are but friends and protectors to each other.”

Islam Awakened has the largest collection of parallel translations known to me; none of them  exactly matched the quote. I tried their quote of 8:36- with the same frustrating results. Those quotes are all over the web, without attribution to the translator.  The meaning transmitted can be justified, but  it appears that someone has selected bits and pieces from several translations and melded them together in the style of Craig Winn.

Are the authors reform minded Muslims or agent provocateurs?  I do not have sufficient evidence, though I lean to the latter conclusion.  The time has come to consider some of their questions.

The fifteen questions in this enumerated list, followed by a very sharp supernumerary question  cause me to conclude that the authors are either Kaffirs  poking Muslims with a sharp stick or Muslims in name only, taking a leap of apostasy.

1. Why is the Islamic community allowing terrorists to hijack their religion to justify their hideous evil attacks on western countries?2. What are the true “moderate Muslims” doing to prevent this abuse of our religion by their radical brothers and sisters in Islam?

3. When the Muslim community do nothing except complain about the reaction of the west to the radical elements in Islam, what do we expect them to do?

4. Why are we are doing nothing about them?

5. Isn’t it the responsibility of every moderate Muslim to claim ownership of Islam, and openly denounce any Muslim using the Koran to justify their evil acts?

6. Do you agree that when the civilized Islamic community takes control of Islam, people might view us in a different light and we might regain our dignity?

7. Do the Islamic nations agree it should NOT be up to the western nations to clean up the mess left behind by radical Islamists?

8. Do Muslims living in the west totally accept that as a direct result of the inaction of the Islamic community, the west has no option but to protect themselves?

9. Why have Islamic communities failed to protect our religion?

10. Do the true Muslims feel ashamed and embarrassed by the 100,000’s of YouTube videos and internet sites where our religious leaders are promoting absolute vile barbaric and evil doctrines in the name of Islam?

11. What are our Islamic leaders doing to protect the name of Islam from these radicals?

12. Why do the Islamic leaders fail to acknowledge these people are the ones totally damaging the name of Islam and turning the west against Islam?

13. What is the Muslim community doing about them or going to do about them and when?

14. When is Islam going to accept responsibility for the evil actions of radical Muslims acting in the name of ALLAH?

15. What does the Koran tell us Muslims about dealing with any Muslim perverting the word of the Koran?

More so, we ask what Islamic scholars are going to do about the suras in the Koran that incite violence, call for the killing of Jews and Christians.

 

  1. They ain’t.  Islam was contrived for the purpose of rationalizing, justifying and perpetuating attacks because its founder derived his  wealth and income from razia, ghazwat & extortion. Refer to Islam’s Mercenary Mission for the details. Islam has not been hijacked, it is violent by design.
  2. Passive Muslims do nothing to resist believers because they are pacifists. It is the believers who are armed & dangerous. They have the will  to kill as well as the capacity.  Those pacifist Muslims who abjure jihad  got a label from Moe: hypocrites. See 4:88-89.
  3. What is your alternative?  Will you debate the fine points of fard al-kifaya with the salafists?  On what scriptural basis will you defeat them in debate? Consider what Allah said about Jihad. Consider what Moe said and did about it. How can you argue  against Allah and his Messenger?
  4. Because there is nothing you can do  or will do. You are not armed and you lack the initiative to take action. You have neither the will nor the means to remove the salafists from the face of the earth.
  5. How can you condemn  salafists for using the Qur’an for its intended purpose?  The Qur’an was revealed for the purpose of incentivising and perpetuating warfare.
  6. There is no civilized community in Islam. Civilization and Islam are polar opposites.  You do not take control of Islam, it took control of you.  Are you aware of the fact that Islam’s loss of dignity is a function of abandoning jihad?  Read the translator’s foot note to 2:190, which defines jihad. The sad fact is confirmed in  Sunan Abu Dawud 23.3455.
  7. No, they don’t agree that they should “clean up the mess” of the salafists. They are part of the problem, not part of the solution.
  8. No, they don’t agree that we have no option but self-defense.  The Islamic position is that kuffar have no right to defend themselves and must submit to Islam.
  9. Protect it from what / whom?  From the salafists?  Islam is all about salafism!  Did you read the Qur’an?  It tells you to obey Allah and his Messenger. What did they command you to do?
  10. No, they are not ashamed, they are proud of Islam.
  11. Spewing al-taqiyya to deceive the kuffars, telling us that Islam is “the religion of peace”.
  12. Because they bought into the promises of Allah, that  it will give you victory and you will dominate the world.
  13. You  will continue to obey them and honor them.
  14. On the 33rd day of the month of Never.
  15. It tells you to wage war against the hypocrites and gather them into Hell along with the kuffar.

In  the presence of the western media, they will deny those surahs, claiming that they do not exist.  In the Mosque, absent kuffar, they will continue to preach and teach those violent verses and exhort their congregants to join the jihad.

The Surahs which command  aggressive conquest, particularly Al-Anfal & At-Taubah, are a permanent part of the Qur’an. They are imperatives which  can not be edited, deleted, abrogated, re-interpreted or ignored.  Allah said:   [Emphasis added.]

  • 3:78. And verily, among them is a party who distort the Book with their tongues (as they read), so that you may think it is from the Book, but it is not from the Book, and they say: “This is from Allâh,” but it is not from Allâh; and they speak a lie against Allâh while they know it.
  • 6:115. And the Word of your Lord has been fulfilled in truth and in justice. None can change His Words. And He is the All­Hearer, the All­Knower.
  • 6:93. And who can be more unjust than he who invents a lie against Allâh, or says: “I have received inspiration,” whereas he is not inspired in anything; and who says, “I will reveal the like of what Allâh has revealed.” And if you could but see when the Zâlimûn (polytheists and wrong­doers, etc.) are in the agonies of death, while the angels are stretching forth their hands (saying): “Deliver your souls! This day you shall be recompensed with the torment of degradation because of what you used to utter against Allâh other than the truth. And you used to reject His Ayât (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) with disrespect! “
  • 10:64. For them are glad tidings, in the life of the present world (i.e. righteous dream seen by the person himself or shown to others), and in the Hereafter. No change can there be in the Words of Allâh, this is indeed the supreme success.
  • 18:27. And recite what has been revealed to you (O Muhammad ) of the Book (the Qur’ân) of your Lord (i.e. recite it, understand and follow its teachings and act on its orders and preach it to men). None can change His Words, and none will you find as a refuge other than Him.
  • 30:30. So set you (O Muhammad ) your face towards the religion of pure Islâmic Monotheism Hanifa (worship none but Allâh Alone) Allâh’s Fitrah (i.e. Allâh’s Islâmic Monotheism), with which He has created mankind. No change let there be in Khalq­illâk (i.e. the Religion of Allâh Islâmic Monotheism), that is the straight religion, but most of men know not. [Tafsir At­Tabarî, Vol 21, Page 41]

Moe said: [Emphasis added.]

  • Sahih Bukhari Volume 9, Book 88, Number 174:

    Narrated Sahl bin Sa’d:

    I heard the Prophet saying, “I am your predecessor at the Lake-Fount (Kauthar), and whoever will come to it, will drink from it, and whoever will drink from it, will never become thirsty after that. There will come to me some people whom I know and they know me, and then a barrier will be set up between me and them.” Abu Sa’id Al-Khudri added that the Prophet further said: “I will say those people are from me. It will be said, ‘You do not know what changes and new things they did after you.’ Then I will say, ‘Far removed (from mercy), far removed (from mercy), those who changed (the religion) after me! “

When you deny any verse of the Qur’an, you sign your death warrant.  Reliance of the Traveller o8.7 lists twenty acts & attitudes that entail apostasy.  This is one of them:

  • -7- to deny any verse of the Koran or anything which by scholarly consensus (def: b7) belongs to it, or to add a verse that does belong to it;

Item 7 is on  page  615.  Scroll up to 613 to read 08.1 & 9.2 to confirm the penalty.

A Muslim who has moral reservations about conquest, terrorism & genocide has no recourse but apostasy because reform is impossible.   You can’t improve perfection.

October 12, 2010 Posted by | Islam, Islam Hijacked?, Islam Perverted?, Political Correctness | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mooned Again


The News Mail reports that U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has demanded the lifting of Israel’s blockade of Gaza.
A few choice quotes:

“Everything must be done to prevent another incident of this kind,”
“All concerned should act with a sense of care and responsibility, and in accordance with international law.”

Why did you allow the first incident?  Why did you not send diplomats to stop the launch of the flotilla?  Why did you fail to send international forces to turn those boats back?

International law says that Israel has a right to enforce a blockade against her belligerent enemies.  Sending that flotilla was an act of provocation, by design; the obvious intent was to obtain a propaganda advantage against Israel.  Israel warned the flotilla, directing them to turn back or  divert to a port for inspection.  Instead of complying, the provocateurs refused to divert and persisted in their attempt to break the blockade.

The Secretary General’s office has a transcript, which I have gleaned for these quotes.

At this sensitive time, it is essential to avoid provocations.

It was essential to avoid provocations at the time of the flotilla’s launching. You stood by wringing your hands.

This tragedy only highlights the serious underlying problem. The long-running closure imposed on the Gaza Strip is counter-productive, unsustainable and wrong. It punishes innocent civilians. It must be lifted by the Israeli authorities immediately.

Israel’s blockade is not the problem. The problem is Islam’s demonic demand for politicide & genocide.  Islam will never tolerate the existence of Israel.  Her recovery of a tiny fragment of her ancient patrimony proves Allah to be an impotent idol. No Muslim can accept that.  That blockade is the only tool Israel has to slow the flow of weapons and the raw materials for making them, into Gaza.

Speaking more broadly, we must advance the proximity talks facilitated by the United States. Despite the latest developments, it is vital for the talks to continue.

No amount of talking will solve the basic problem: Islamic  intolerance and aggression.  There are only two possible solutions, choose one.

  1. Break the faith of the Muslims, cause them to abandon Islam.
  2. Move them beyond rocket range of Israel.  Hell might be far enough.
This week’s events underscore the urgency of real progress in the Middle East peace process. I commend President Abbas’s courageous decision to continue, and Arab partners for their flexibility.

Courageous decision to do what?  To make outrageous, escalating demands without ever meeting any of  Fallestine’s existing commitments.  They still inculcate hatred in their children.  They still broadcast incitement  in their mass media. They still glorify terrorists.  The only thing any reasonable person has to say to them is “go to Hell”.   As long as they want genocide and politicide, there will be no peace.

Intelligent and rational people look beneath the surface, for the actual roots of this existential conflict.  Those roots are in Islam’s cannon of scripture, tradition & exegeses.

Allah commanded Muslims to wage war against Jews. He said that he would continually send someone to torment the Jews.  Moe said that he owned the earth and wished to expel the Jews.  He said that Allah had, on his account, taken special interest in the Levant and made its conquest a high priority. He told the Muslims that they could not enter Paradise until they complete the genocide of the Jews.

Allah promised the Muslims that he would give them dominion over the world. He promised victory.  He promised them a 2:1 kill ratio, that they would overcome armies twice their size.   Israel’s continued existence after several existential attacks proves Allah to be an impotent idol. That is something Muslims can not tolerate.  They can never allow Israel to live in peace no matter what concessions she might make.

Allah commanded Muslims to conquer and subjugate the entire world.  he threatened them with eternal damnation  if they refuse.  He promised them eternal bliss in the celestial bordello if they make the effort.

The feeble minded mental midgets we elected to bring peace to the world,  keep this nation safe, and those Israel elected to keep her safe are incapable of connecting the data points and discovering the obvious conclusion: that peace is impossible so long as Muslims believe in and attempt to implement Allah’s commandments.

As Secretary-General, I stand ready to take any necessary action, and will continue my personal engagement to contribute to a resolution of the conflict.

If that was said with any sincerity, you would sit down and shut up without making any of those annoyingly  stupid statements.  Instead, you would begin a crusade to eliminate Islam from the face of the earth.

Memri has a video clip of a pep rally aboard the flotilla. The terrorists were chanting a reminder of the conquest of Khaibar.  At the end of the clip, one woman declares that they will have one of two good outcomes: martyrdom or Gaza.

Bare Naked Islam  has a  slide show of  weapons taken from militants on the flotilla please take a close look at it and read the accompanying text.  This video, which I found in that same post, shows the terrorists preparing to receive the Israeli boarding party. Note the gas masks, rods and slingshots.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZlSSaPT_OU&feature=player_embedded

Another post at BNI has a video of the attack.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6sAEYpHF24&feature=player_embedded

This one is mainly audio & sub titles.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFGuwUGaI9o&feature=player_embedded

Another BNI post has video of the attack.  If you have any respect for Obama, Clinton & Moon after watching this, you are morally defective; the world would be better off without you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaiMjAULWn0&feature=player_embedded

The U.N. is part of the problem, not part of the solution; we need to Quit the U.N.  Get the U.S.A. out of the U.N. and vice versa!!!

June 3, 2010 Posted by | Political Correctness | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ahmadinejad: UN Racism Conference Part 1.


The statement in block quote format is from [Statement by the Islamic Republic of Iran as delivered (unofficial transcript)] as published by Eye on the UN. Since the prepared speech is ten pages long and presents a target rich environment, I am dividing my analysis of the Iranian President’s address to the U.N. Racism Conference into several posts.

In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate. Thanks to God, the Lord of the worlds, and peace and praise be upon our master and prophet, Muhammad and his immaculate progeny and true followers. O God, hasten the reappearance of the Hidden Imam and grant him health and victory and make us his true companions and believers and those who testify to His rightfulness.Praise belongs to the just, merciful, and compassionate God. May God’s blessing be upon the prophets, Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and the last prophet His Holiness Muhammad Mustafa, who called for monotheism, fraternity, kindness, human dignity, and justice.

President Ahmadinejad opened his speech with praise for Allah and a supplication for the Mahdi, that he be granted victory. According to Islamic tradition, the Mahdi is a direct descendant of Moe. He will come shortly before the end of the world and complete Islam’s global conquest.

President Ahmadinejad described Moe as “our master and prophet”, as if he were addressing a purely Islamic audience, apparently ignoring the Christians and atheists present at the conference.

Theocratic praise & supplication seems to be a strange way to keynote a global, secular conference on progress against racism. Allah is described as merciful & compassionate.

  • Bukhari  Volume 8, Book 81, Number 791:

    Narrated Abu Huraira:

    Allah ‘s Apostle said, “Allah curses the thief who steals an egg (or a helmet) for which his hand is to be cut off, or steals a rope, for which his hand is to be cut off.”

  • 24:2. The woman and the man guilty of illegal sexual intercourse, flog each of them with a hundred stripes. Let not pity withhold you in their case, in a punishment prescribed by Allâh, if you believe in Allâh and the Last Day. And let a party of the believers witness their punishment. (This punishment is for unmarried persons guilty of the above crime but if married persons commit it, the punishment is to stone them to death, according to Allâh’s Law).

Having sampled Allah’s mercy & compassion, lets take a close look at Moe’s fraternity, kindness & human dignity.

  • Sahih Bukhari Volume 1, Book 8, Number 387:
    Narrated Anas bin Malik:
    Allah’s Apostle said, “I have been ordered to fight the people till they say: ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah.’ And if they say so, pray like our prayers, face our Qibla and slaughter as we slaughter, then their blood and property will be sacred to us and we will not interfere with them except legally and their reckoning will be with Allah.” Narrated Maimun ibn Siyah that he asked Anas bin Malik, “O Abu Hamza! What makes the life and property of a person sacred?” He replied, “Whoever says, ‘None has the right to be worshipped but Allah’, faces our Qibla during the prayers, prays like us and eats our slaughtered animal, then he is a Muslim, and has got the same rights and obligations as other Muslims have.”

Clearly, Islamic fraternity, kindness & dignity are for Muslims only as the blood and property of Kuffar are not sacred to Muslims.  Let us conclude with a hadith about the Mahdi.

  • Abu Dawud Book 36, Number 4273:

    Narrated Umm Salamah, Ummul Mu’minin:

    The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: Disagreement will occur at the death of a caliph and a man of the people of Medina will come flying forth to Mecca. Some of the people of Mecca will come to him, bring him out against his will and swear allegiance to him between the Corner and the Maqam. An expeditionary force will then be sent against him from Syria but will be swallowed up in the desert between Mecca and Medina. When the people see that, the eminent saints of Syria and the best people of Iraq will come to him and swear allegiance to him between the Corner and the Maqam.

    Then there will arise a man of Quraysh whose maternal uncles belong to Kalb and send against them an expeditionary force which will be overcome by them, and that is the expedition of Kalb. Disappointed will be the one who does not receive the booty of Kalb. He will divide the property, and will govern the people by the Sunnah of their Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) and establish Islam on Earth. He will remain seven years, then die, and the Muslims will pray over him.

President Ahmadinejad opened his key note address on progress against racism with a prayer for the Mahdi’s immediate appearance and conquest of the world. That seems to be a strange way to commence a conference of an organization whose mission is to establish and preserve peace.

May 6, 2009 Posted by | Political Correctness, Politics | , , , | 1 Comment

Analencephalopathy Exposed


Ema Nymton said…
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PackSmack,

How is your collection of Mexican paintings on black-velvet doing?

_________

“And don’t use your low opinion of Ben or myself to judge the qualifications of the doctrine; as Ben says, a creed is not disqualfied by ‘its heretics.’ Flee, Islam. It has nothing to offer you.”

So now you say you and Ali Ben Ali Mohammad Abdul are heretics? Ya, heretics from reality.

The issue is your and Ali Ben Ali Mohammad Abdul’s calling for the killing of unarmed and defenseless citizens of USA, Canada, and the rest of the world who have done you no harm. You and Ali Ben Ali Mohammad Abdul allow your unnatural fear and hatred of others to turn you into deeply soul-less individuals. You have no faith, no beliefs.

You follow of an extremely warped interpretation of the writings of Islam. You will not lie yourself to the truth.

“Get a clue, for Chrissake!” again with this blasphemy. Nothing you call for is for the sake of Jesus. Stop using JC’s name. Your murderous cries to kill people are insane and come from your fear, not faith.

&@8o?
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  • “And don’t use your low opinion of Ben or myself to judge the qualifications of the doctrine; as Ben says, a creed is not disqualfied by ‘its heretics.’ Flee, Islam. It has nothing to offer you.”

    So now you say you and Ali Ben Ali Mohammad Abdul are heretics? Ya, heretics from reality.

Here we have an excellent example of Non sequitur, a token of combined idiocy & dishonesty.  Christians who blow up abortion clinics or shoot the butchers who staff them are heretics.  Muslims who advocate peace are heretics.

Unlike Ema, we are not Muslims, we curse & condemn Islam, exposing its evil core at every opportunity.  The reality is Islam’s nature: pure, unmitigated evil; mercenary & martial as I proved by the preponderance of evidence in the post to which Ema attached her idiotic comment.   Ema ignores objective factual reality because it does not comport with her prejudice.

  • The issue is your and Ali Ben Ali Mohammad Abdul’s calling for the killing of unarmed and defenseless citizens of USA, Canada, and the rest of the world who have done you no harm.

This excerpt is the perfect example of the straw man argument. We do not call for killing. We demand the eradication of Islam. Islam can be eradicated by killing Allah’s slaves, but no western government is willing to undertake that mission, which is the less humane alternative. Islam can be eradicated by emancipating those of Allah’s slaves who are not perfect zombies, who still retain some vestigial morality combined with killing the recalcitrant remnant of Mujahid zombies.  Unfortunately, no western government has the requisite balls & spine to accept that mission.  We are educating our fellow citizens in the hope that they will recognize the real, proximate & persistent existential threat posed by Islam and join us in demanding effective national defense against it.

We do not call for killing “unarmed and defenseless” Americans or Canadians. We disrespectfully demand the deportation of all Muslims and closing our borders to Muslims.

We disrespectfully demand recognition of the fatal fact that Islam is not a ‘religion of peace’; Islam is a war cult.  Islam’s mission is total world conquest, its tactics are genocide & terrorism.  The ‘original religion’ of Islam is Jihad. We disrespectfully demand recognition of the fatal fact that Islam declared and is prosecuting war against us.

We disrespectfully demand recognition of the fatal fact that Islam is inimical to liberty: Islam is slavery; Muslims are Allah’s slaves, purchased to kill and be killed fighting to make his word dominant.  We disrespectfully demand recognition of the fatal fact that Islam denys human equality, assigning women to the status of chattel and Jews & Christians to dhimmitude, less than second class citizenship; to be humiliated, tormented and subjugated. We disrespectfully demand recognition of the fatal fact that Islam denys the sanctity of our lives.

We disrespectfully demand recognition of the fatal fact that Islam is tyrannical;  inimical to representative government.

We disrespectfully demand recognition of the fatal fact that every Muslim is a threat to our lives & liberties because he is Allah’s slave, purchased to conquer us, commanded to kill, terrify, torment, humiliate, subjugate & enslave us. Allah’s commands are clear, contained in clear verses, which are to be believed and implemented.

In Ibn Kathir’s Tafsir, you can see Allah’s damnable commands, together with hadith which confirm them & the Qadi’s confirmation of their obvious meaning. Ibn Kathir spent his entire adult life studying and teaching that excrement so we don’t need to.  Read them and curse Islam.

In Umdat as-Salik, you can see the codification of Allah’s damnable imperatives in Islamic law O9.1 tells Muslims that offensive Jihad is a communal obligation binding upon them, to be carried out at least once in every year. O9.8 tells Muslims that the Caliph makes war upon Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians and cites the ayeh bearing the curse worthy command upon which it is founded. O9.9 tells Muslims that the Caliph makes war on all other peoples until they become Muslim.  There is a search engine in the upper document frame. Enter the letter & number in the search window and read the applicable law in context, then you will curse Islam if you have a soul.

If you think those commands are apocryphal, metaphorical, or limited chronologically or geographically, then you are an ignorant damn fool.  The Qur’an is  Allah’s perfected, immutable law which never expires. It is timeless, and Jihad continues until Judgment Day!

If you think that those commands do not mean exactly what they say, read the books of Jihad & Expedition in the various hadith collections; see what Moe did and said relative to Jihad; then, if you have a soul, you will curse Islam.

Besides being literalistic & absolutist, Islam is supremacist & triumphalist. Once again, Ibn Kathir is my witness.

  • You and Ali Ben Ali Mohammad Abdul allow your unnatural fear and hatred of others to turn you into deeply soul-less individuals. You have no faith, no beliefs.

Aversion to bloodthirsty barbarians is not unnatural. Hatred of Moe’s War Cult is well warranted by the facts of history as well as the cult’s damnable doctrines & practices.  Our own faith, beliefs & practices or lack thereof is completely irrelevant to any debate about Moe’s War Cult.

  • You follow of an extremely warped interpretation of the writings of Islam. You will not lie yourself to the truth.

You are the one who follows Moe, we reject his doctrines & practices, recognizing Satan’s deceptions.  Moe, as the Qur’an’s reciter, is the only person empowered to interpret it. Moe’s actions on the battlefield and related sayings, recorded in Islam’s oral tradition (hadith) confirm the obvious.  Allah’s damnable imperatives are clear, requiring no interpretation. Ibn Kathir confirms the obvious. Maududi ignores Jihad, detailing Jizya. Yusuf Ali emulates Maududi, Jalalayn & Ibn Abbas only translate the verse, offering no exegeses because the meaning is obvious. I do not interpret Islam, I rely on the face of the text, as confirmed by Islam’s own experts.

  • “Get a clue, for Chrissake!” again with this blasphemy. Nothing you call for is for the sake of Jesus. Stop using JC’s name. Your murderous cries to kill people are insane and come from your fear, not faith.

Once again, Ema erects and kicks a straw man.  It would be better if she did not defecate on the straw, the stench is horrible. Who blasphemes Jesus? Your beloved al-insal al-kamil, the perfect man.

Who is Jesus Christ? Is he the son of God?

  • 23:91. No son (or offspring or children) did Allâh beget, nor is there any ilâh (god) along with Him; (if there had been many gods), behold, each god would have taken away what he had created, and some would have tried to overcome others! Glorified be Allâh above all that they attribute to Him!

Is Jesus divine?

  • 3:61. Then whoever disputes with you concerning him [‘Iesa (Jesus)] after (all this) knowledge that has come to you, [i.e. ‘Iesa (Jesus)] being a slave of Allâh, and having no share in Divinity) say: (O Muhammad ) “Come, let us call our sons and your sons, our women and your women, ourselves and yourselves – then we pray and invoke (sincerely) the Curse of Allâh upon those who lie.”

Was Jesus crucified, did he die; was he resurrected?

  • 4:157. And because of their saying (in boast), “We killed Messiah ‘Iesa (Jesus), son of Maryam (Mary), the Messenger of Allâh,” – but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but the resemblance of ‘Iesa (Jesus) was put over another man (and they killed that man), and those who differ therein are full of doubts. They have no (certain) knowledge, they follow nothing but conjecture. For surely; they killed him not [i.e. ‘Iesa (Jesus), son of Maryam (Mary) ]:

    4:158. But Allâh raised him [‘Iesa (Jesus)] up (with his body and soul) unto Himself (and he is in the heavens). And Allâh is Ever All­Powerful, All­Wise.

Was Jesus a pacifist or a warmonger?

  • 61:14. O you who believe! Be you helpers (in the Cause) of Allâh as said ‘Iesa (Jesus), son of Maryam (Mary), to Al­Hawârîûn (the disciples): “Who are my helpers (in the Cause) of Allâh?” Al­Hawârîeen (the disciples) said: “We are Allâh’s helpers” (i.e. we will strive in His Cause!). Then a group of the Children of Israel believed and a group disbelieved. So We gave power to those who believed against their enemies, and they became the uppermost.

Is Jesus benign & beneficent or a genocidal warmonger?

  • Abu Dawud Book 37, Number 4310:

    Narrated AbuHurayrah:

    The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: There is no prophet between me and him, that is, Jesus (peace_be_upon_him). He will descent (to the earth). When you see him, recognise him: a man of medium height, reddish fair, wearing two light yellow garments, looking as if drops were falling down from his head though it will not be wet. He will fight the people for the cause of Islam. He will break the cross, kill swine, and abolish jizyah. Allah will perish all religions except Islam. He will destroy the Antichrist and will live on the earth for forty years and then he will die. The Muslims will pray over him.

  • In the future, the Jews will support the Dajjal (False Messiah); and the Muslims, along with `Isa, son of Mary, will kill the Jews. This will occur just before the end of this world. Eternal Humiliation placed on the Jews

Who is superior, with the closest relationship to & influence with God, Jesus or Moe?

  • Go to Moses, the slave to whom Allah spoke (directly) and gave him the Torah .’ So they will go to him and he will say, ‘I am not fit for this undertaking.’ and he will mention (his) killing a person who was not a killer, and so he will feel ashamed thereof before his Lord, and he will say, ‘Go to Jesus, Allah’s Slave, His Apostle and Allah’s Word and a Spirit coming from Him. Jesus will say, ‘I am not fit for this undertaking, go to Muhammad the Slave of Allah whose past and future sins were forgiven by Allah.’ So they will come to me and I will proceed till I will ask my Lord’s Permission and I will be given permission. When I see my Lord, I will fall down in Prostration and He will let me remain in that state as long as He wishes and then I will be addressed.’ (Muhammad!) Raise your head. Ask, and your request will be granted; say, and your saying will be listened to; intercede, and your intercession will be accepted.’  Sahih Bukhari Volume 6, Book 60, Number 3


  • Your murderous cries to kill people are insane and come from your fear, not faith.

I make no cries to kill, Moe did enough of that. I call for the extinction of Moe’s War Cult. Usher the Imams, Mullahs, Sheikhs, Mujahideen and others who will cling blindly to the damnable doctrines of Islam into Hell.  Emancipate those of Allah’s slaves who are not complete zombies.

I make this call because of the fatal fact, which I have proved with ample evidence from Islam’s own canon, that Islam is perpetually violent, a real, proximate & persistent threat to life & liberty.
Q.E.D
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Throughout this document, I have quoted the Hilali & Khan translation of the Noble Qur’an, linking each ayeh to a non-Muslim site which displays ten translations in parallel so that you can compare them and examine the context. http://www.quranbrowser.com also has a search engine so that you can search the various Qur’an translations.  I have quoted various hadith, in each case linking to one of the hadith collections at USC-MSA, an Islamic site, which is the source for most of the on line hadith sites.  I have quoted Ibn Kathir’s Tafsir, linking each quote to http://www.tafsir.com, an Islamic site so that you may verify the quote and examine the context.  If you desire to search Ibn Kathir’s Tafsir, go to Qtafsir, which features the same text plus a search engine. If you need to search the hadith, go to Islaamnet.

Throughout this document, bold blue underlined text is linked to an authentic source. Clicking the link will open the source document in a new tab or window.

This blog post is placed in the public domain. Quote, cross post & email it to your heart’s content, but keep it in context and leave the links intact so that readers can verify everything.

February 17, 2009 Posted by | Political Correctness, Religion of Peace | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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