Exclusive!! Watch the Pentagon illustrate a Vaccine meant to Stop Humans from Being Religious

October 28, 2011 § Leave a comment

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The Illustration of that Vaccine at the Pentagon means by now it’s already in circulations and their target: The Middle East and I’m guessing it’s to put and end to Islamic Fundamentalism, Islam.

Quick Question. Isn’t Religion a metaphysical aspect of man which he chooses who/what to serve and pay reverence to?

So who are they to put an end to it. They didn’t create Religion, so why end it? I’ll be damned if this isn’t a another one of those conspiracies for world domination.

What is this world becoming or what does the U.S want to prove to the rest of the world? Is it world power, dominance or what for crying out loud? No more Vaccines for me!!!  Thanks PRGoretti

What’s your take?

Tunisia’s polls: a model for the Arab world?

October 25, 2011 § Leave a comment

Nine months ago Tunisians brought down the government of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, sparking a wave of anti-government uprisings in many parts of the Arab world.

On Sunday, Tunisians went to the polls to elect a constituent assembly that will write the country’s new constitution.

Revolutions are still underway in other Arab nations – but the hope is that this election will pass peacefully, providing another Tunisian model for the rest of the Arab world to follow.

But much of the debate surrounding the elections has focused on the moderate Islamist party, Al-Nahda. It was banned in the 1980s by the former regime but pre-election polls indicate that it is likely to win the highest number of votes.

Some of its rivals accuse Al-Nahda of wanting to impose Islamic law in Tunisia. However, the party’s leaders say they will respect the choice of all Tunisians, secular and religious, and insist there is no contradiction between Islamic faith and democracy.

So what kind of government and what kind of constitution will emerge? And is this a template for the democratic process underway in neighbouring countries?

Inside Story, with presenter Mike Hanna, discusses with guests: Yusra Ghannouchi, a member of the Ennahda party and daughter of Rachid Ghannouchi; Ayesha Sabavala, an economist at the Economist Intelligence Unit; and Hall Gardner, a professor and chair of international and comparative politics at the American University of Paris.

“This is a historic day, Tunis was born again today, the Arab Spring was born again today, not in a negative way of toppling dictators but in a positive way of building democratic systems – a representative system which represents the people.”

Rachid Ghannouchi, the head of Al-Nahda Party

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Islam is Simple as it is

October 25, 2011 § Leave a comment

islamevilimperialguard.JPGSimply evil that is.

… the price one has to pay for freely expressing his opinion in a so-called conservative Muslim society would simply be his life.

Any questions?

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Another Day Another Sharia State: The New Libya

October 25, 2011 § 1 Comment

Our Department of State says:

the “number one” priority for the U.S. was that universal human rights, as well as rights for women, minorities, due process and transparency, be fully respected in Libya.

Apparently someone in the Libyan resistance didn’t get the memo.

Interim leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil said on Sunday, during his speech to the nation in Benghazi to formally declare the country’s liberation from the ousted regime of Moammer Kadhafi, that sharia would be Libya’s principal law.”Any law that violates sharia is null and void legally,” he said, citing as an example the law on marriage passed during the slain dictator’s 42-year tenure that imposed restrictions on polygamy, which is permitted in Islam.
“The law of divorce and marriage… This law is contrary to sharia and it is stopped,” Abdel Jalil said.

…”It’s shocking and insulting to state, after thousands of Libyans have paid for freedom with their lives, that the priority of the new leadership is to allow men to marry in secret,” said Rim, 40, a Libyan feminist who requested anonymity.

“We did not slay Goliath so that we now live under the Inquisition,” she told AFP.

The Muslima is out of order. She needs to get back in the kitchen until her Daddy decides who’s she is going to marry.

But all kidding aside there really is no way for Sharia to comply with universal human rights, as well as rights for women, minorities, due process and transparency. They are oil and water.

For the record I don’t agree with the Shaira BS they slipped into the Iraqi and Afghanistan constitutions either.

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What is Islamic Fundamentalism?

June 1, 2011 § 1 Comment

Muslim fundamentalism is fast becoming the chief threat to global peace and security as well as a cause of national and local disturbance through terrorism. It is akin to the menace posed  by Nazism and fascism in the 1930’s and then by communism in the 50’s”

According to the Reader’s Digest Universal Dictionary “fundamental” means “having to do with the foundation; elemental; basic”, and “fundamentalism” an “unswerving belief in a set of basic and unalterable principles of a religious or philosophical nature”. The term was traditionally used for christians who believed the Bible to be the literal truth even when it was found in conflict with modern scientific discoveries. “Fundamentalism” soon became a derogatory term. What purpose does the term serve when used in connection with Muslims?

Western science is built on the foundation of scientific discoveries of Muslim Spain before the inquisition, and unlike the bible, the Qur’an has never yet been proven to contradict reality. The Qur’an encourages scientific research. somebody believing the Qur’an to be the fundamental or elemental and basic truth, can hardly be accused of being irrational. nor can there be anything wrong with firmly holding on to “basic and unalterable principles” . Modern secular society, for example, has agreed on a Universal Declaration of Human Rights to establish such “basic and unalterable principles”. To try to frighten people of Muslim fundamentalism, therefore, make little sense. Still it is being done every day.

When democratic elections were cancelled in Algeria or when Muslim campaigners for democracy in Egypt were hung without proper trial, it was enough of a justification to brand them as Muslim fundamentalists. No further questions needed to be asked. Fundamentalist meant terrorist. Terrorist meant danger. Danger justified eliminating those responsible. On the other hand, when Israel bombed civilian areas in Lebanon or when Serb militia massacred innocent Muslim men, women and children in Bosnia, the term Jewish, or Christian fundamentalists was never used to refer to them.

In his book Pity the Nation on the long conflict in the Lebanon, Robert Fisk, one of the longest-serving British Middle East correspondents, spells out how emotional and ambiguous this use of language is. He says: “But ‘terrorism’ no longer means terrorism. It is not a definition; it is a political contrivance. ‘Terrorists’ are those who use violence against the side that is using the word. The only terrorist whom Israel acknowledges are those who oppose Israel. The only terrorist the United States acknowledges are those oppose the United States or their allies. The only terrorists Palestinians acknowledge – for they too use the word – are those opposed to the Palestinians. To adopt the word means that we have taken a side in the Middle East, not between right and wrong, good and evil, David and Goliath, but with one set of combatants against another. For journalists in the Middle East, the use of the word ‘terrorism’ is akin to carrying a gun”.

Yet, The time she worked for, and The Independent he now writes for still happily “carry a gun” and shoot at”Musilm Fundamentalists” or “Muslim terrorist” instead of objectively reporting the news. Prejudice against Islam is deep-seated, because nobody bothers to find out what Islam really means and what code of conduct the Qur’an prescribes for a Muslim.

Here, then are some of the “fundamentals”, “basic and unalterable principles” of the Qur’an, Muslims believe in.

“Let there be no compulsion in religion: Truth stands out clear from Error: whoever rejects evil and believes in God hath grasped the most trustworthy hand- hold, that never breaks. And God heareth and knoweth all things” Surah 2 (Al – Baqarah/The Cow), verse 256

we bestowed (in the past) Wisdom on Luqman: “Show (thy) gratitude to God.” Any who is (so) grateful does so to the profit of his own soul: but if any is ungrateful, verily God is free of all wants, Worthy of all praise. Behold, Luqman said to his son by way of instruction: “O my son! join not in worship (others) with God: for false worship is indeed the highest wrong-doing.” And We have enjoined on man (to be good) to his parents: in travail upon travail did his mother bear him, and in years twain was his weaning: (hear the command), “Show gratitude to Me and to thy parents: to Me is (thy final) Goal. “But if they strive to make thee join in worship with Me things of which thou hast no knowledge, obey them not; yet bear them company in this life with justice (and consideration), and follow the way of those who turn to me (in love): in the e nd the return of you all is to Me, and I will tell you the truth (and meaning) of all that ye did.” “O my son!” (said Luqman), “If there be (but) the weight of a mustard-seed and it were (hidden) in a rock, or (anywhere) in the heavens or on earth, God will bring it forth: for God understands the finest mysteries, (and) is well-acquainted (wi th them). “O my son! establish regular prayer, enjoin what is just, and forbid what is wrong: and bear with patient constancy whatever betide thee; for this is firmness (of purpose) in (the conduct of) affairs. “And swell not thy cheek (for pride) at men, nor walk in insolence through the earth; for God loveth not any arrogant boaster. “And be moderate in thy pace, and lower thy voice; for the harshest of sounds without doubt is the braying of the ass.” Surah 31 (Luqman), verse 12-19

O mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that ye may know each other (not that ye may despise (each other). Verily the most honoured of you in the sight of God is (he who is) the most righteous of you. And God has full knowledge and is well acquainted (with all things). Surah 49 (Al – Hujurat/The Chambers), verse 13

Say: “O People of the Book! come to common terms as between us and you: That we worship none but God; that we associate no partners with him; that we erect not, from among ourselves, Lords and patrons other than God.” If then they turn back, s ay ye: “Bear witness that we (at least) are Muslims (bowing to God’s Will). Surah 3 (Al – Imran/The Family of Imran), verse 64

Say: “We believe in God, and in what has been revealed to us and what was revealed to Abraham, Isma’il, Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and in (the Books) given to Moses, Jesus, and the prophets, from their Lord: We make no distinction between on e and another among them, and to God do we bow our will (in Islam).” Surah 3 (Al – Imran/The Family of Imran), verse 84

Say: Will ye dispute with us about God, seeing that He is our Lord and your Lord; that we are responsible for our doings and ye for yours; and that We are sincere (in our faith) in Him? Surah 2 (Al – Baqarah/The Cow), verse 139

Those who believe (in the Qur’an), those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Sabians, and the Christians, and the magians, and the polytheists, – allah will judge between them on the day of judgement: for Allah is witness of all things. Surah 5 (Al – Ma’idah/The Table Spread), verse 17

These then, are the fundamentalists of Islam. do you find anything fundamentally wrong with them? do they make you feel afraid? do you feel endangered by someone who follows them? Surely not.

So next time, somebody talks about “Muslim Fundamentalism” or “Islamic Fundamentalism” , laugh at them, because you know better, and they don’t know what they are talking about. Let no – one frighten you about Islam, which literally means “a religion of peace through submission to God”.

Sahib Mustaqim Bleher was Born in in 1959 in Heidelberg, Germany  into a protestant Christian family. During his school days he took an Interest in newspaper journalism which became his later career. He embraced Islam in 1980, and later moved to Britain. He has translated several titles of Islamic Literature from Arabic to German and presently maintains a small publishing enterprise in the UK, where he lives with his wife and children. He also holds the position of general secretary of the Islamic Party of Britain .

Source: Mustaqim Islamic Art and Literature

The next Most wanted Man on Earth, Saif al-Adel appointed acting leader of al Qaeda, Updated!!

May 21, 2011 § Leave a comment

Very interesting twist…

Where is Zawahiri?

(CNN) — An Egyptian who was once a Special Forces officer has been appointed “caretaker” leader of al Qaeda in the wake of Osama bin Laden’sdeath, according to a source with detailed knowledge of the group’s inner workings.Al Qaeda’s interim leader is Saif al-Adel, who has long played a prominent role in the group…Benotman told CNN that based on his personal communications with militants and discussions on jihadist forums, al-Adel had been appointed interim chief of al Qaeda because the global jihadist community had grown restive in recent days about the lack of a formal announcement appointing a successor to bin Laden.

However, he said, the choice of an Egyptian may not sit well with some Saudi and Yemeni members of al Qaeda, who believe bin Laden’s successor should come from the Arabian Peninsula, a region that is holy to all Muslims. Bin Laden was from a wealthy Saudi family.

Get the popcorn ready…this should get interesting.

Update by Jane: In 2010 UBL named Saif Adel commander   of external operations. The Montral Gazette noted at the time that,

“His strategy is to stage multiple small terror operations, using the resources of affiliates and allies wherever possible,” said Syed Saleem Shahzad, a Pakistani expert on al-Qaida..A U.S. counter-terrorism official said the idea was for “small but often attacks” that would hurt the West more than a “one-off terror spectacular”.In 2005, al-Adel wrote an al-Qaida planning document that holds clues to his thinking. The document said that Islamist movements failed because their “actions were mostly random”. It called for al-Qaida to focus on “the greater objective, which is the establishment of a state”.

Small frequent attacks is whats been going on  in Yemen, which has been having a revolution to overthrow the government and establish a democratic state. Also confirmed today is the the high level of communication had been ongoing between bin Laden and al Qaeda in Yemen. See also see Saif al Adel’s ties to Iranian Revolutionary Guards and (Yemen based) UPS bomb plot .

The current leader of AQAP Nassir al Wuhayshi was declared leader of al Qaeda in the region by Ayman al-Zawahiri in November 2008. Wahishi, like Adel, spent time in Iran, starting in 2001. Wahishi was deported to Yemen in 2003 and jailed until he escaped in 2006. Adel, Saad bin Laden and his younger brother Mohammed reportedly lived in the same government guest house in Tehran for several years. Adel is thought to have been released along with Saed and relocated to Pakistan by 2010  .

Source: The Jawa Report

The Crucifixion Of The Quran

April 10, 2011 § 2 Comments

Is this:

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Really as bad as this:

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One Christian Pastor seems to think so.

Highly respected evangelical pastor John Piper made a startling yet insightful comment Tuesday when he compared the burning of the Islamic holy book to crucifying Christ.His comment comes amid reports that at least 24 people have died, including seven United Nations employees, in Afghanistan since Friday over the burning of the Koran by a fringe Florida pastor in March.

It wasn’t a burning of the Quran, it was the burning of a Quran. There are millions like it. Paper with ink printed on it. Easily duplicated and replaced. Unlike the life of a human being.

Pastor Piper will make a splendid dhimmi.

Source: Jawa Report

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