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Saturday, August 18, 2007


Realize Muslims are NOT Fragile Fabergé Eggs
They Must Face Justice

The Pope says that jihad violence is against God's nature, and
officials fear that in response, Muslims enraged by this insult will
commit...jihad violence.
A. Muslims murder 3,000 innocents? in New York and..... expect no
B. Muslims murder 202 tourists in Bali and............expect no
C. Muslims murder 333 schoolchildren and their teachers in > > Besla
and .......... expect no criticism.
D. Muslims murder 292 innocents, mainly Kenyans and Tanzanians at two
US Embassies.......... and expect no criticism.
E. Muslims murder 241 US and 58 French peacekeepers in Beirut and
expect no criticism.
F. Muslims fire 4,000 Katyusha rockets into Northern Israel killing
over 50 innocent civilians and........ expect no criticism.
G. Muslims murder 52 in London and? 191 in Madrid and....... expect
no criticism.
H. Muslims murder 200 in Mumbai and................ expect no criticism.
I. Muslims behead Western hostages in Iraq , Buddhist monks in
Thailand and ? ? ? Christian schoolgirl s in Indonesia
> and.............. expect no criticism.
J. Muslims murder 500,000 in Darfur and................. expect no
K. Muslims regard Jews as 'sons of pigs and monkeys', and vow > > to
nuke Israel and................... expect no criticism.
L. Muslims force women to wear hideous sacks, stone to death women
for getting raped and for leaving the home unescorted, engage in
honour killings of sisters and daughters for unapproved dating,
and..................expect no criticism.
M. Muslims danced in the streets and handed out sweets to their kids
to celebrate the 9/11 atrocity, and................... still expected
no criticism.
N.Since 9/11 Muslims have killed over 26,000 and wounded over 50,000
in ? ? ? terrorist attacks worldwide since 9/11 and................
expect no criticism.

Since 9/11 Muslims have committed terrorist attacks in Afghanistan,
Algeria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Chad, Chechnya, Dagestan, Denmark, East
Timor, Egypt, England, Eritrea, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India,
Indonesia, Ingushetia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Jordan-Iraq,
Kabardino-Balkans, Kenya, Kosovo, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon,
Mauritania, Morocco, Netherlands, Nigeria, Pakistan, Gaza-Palestinian
Authority, Philippines, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Scotland,
Somalia, Spain, Sri Lanka , Sudan, Syria , Tajikistan, Thailand ,
Tunisia , Turkey , United Arab Emirates, United Arab Republic ,
United States , Uzbekistan and Yemen, and.........................
STILL expect no criticism.

Muslims have carried out over 5,800 fatal terrorist atrocities since
9/11 and countless thousands since Islamic conquest began in 623 AD
and expect no ......criticism.

But if a Pope dares to tell the truth about Islam or Danes publish cartoons
about Mohammed, then let the outpourings of Islamic hate and outrage begin.
And, by some twisted reach of logic, the arrogant bastards demand the
Pope issue an apology.

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Friday, August 17, 2007

Giuliani breaking ranks, opposes Palestinian state
'It is not in U.S. interests to create another state supporting terrorism'

Posted: August 17, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern

© 2007

Rudy Giuliani

Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani has broken ranks with many other American political leaders, announcing that it would be counterproductive for the U.S. to help establish a Palestinian state.

"It is not in the interest of the United States, at a time when it is being threatened by Islamist terrorists, to assist the creation of another state that will support terrorism," he wrote in a commentary in Foreign Affairs magazine, an online production of the Council on Foreign Relations.

His essay, titled "Toward a Realistic Peace," is part of the September/October 2007 issue of Foreign Affairs, and has been drawing praise from a number of individuals.

"As the Democrats press for the appeasement of Iran, the leading Republican in the race, Mayor Giuliani, is raising a particularly clear voice for a more realistic approach," according to an editorial in the New York Sun.

(Story continues below)

His comments about the Palestinian state came as part of his endorsement of a United States outreach that includes democratic ideals of government.

"America has a clear interest in helping to establish good governance throughout the world. Democracy is a noble ideal, and promoting it abroad is the right long-term goal of U.S. policy. But democracy cannot be achieved rapidly or sustained unless it is built on sound legal, institutional, and cultural foundations. It can work if people have a reasonable degree of safety and security," Giuliani wrote.

"Elections are necessary but not sufficient to establish genuine democracy. Aspiring dictators sometimes win elections, and elected leaders sometimes govern badly and threaten their neighbors. History demonstrates that democracy usually follows good governance, not the reverse. U.S. assistance can do much to set nations on the road to democracy, but we must be realistic about how much we can accomplish alone and how long it will take to achieve lasting progress," he wrote.

He cited the election of Hamas in the Palestinian-controlled territories as "a case in point."

"The problem there is not the lack of statehood but corrupt and unaccountable governance. The Palestinian people need decent governance first, as a prerequisite for statehood. Too much emphasis has been placed on brokering negotiations between the Israelis and the Palestinians – negotiations that bring up the same issues again and again. It is not in the interest of the United States, at a time when it is being threatened by Islamist terrorists, to assist the creation of another state that will support terrorism. Palestinian statehood will have to be earned through sustained good governance, a clear commitment to fighting terrorism, and a willingness to live in peace with Israel. America's commitment to Israel's security is a permanent feature of our foreign policy," he said.

He went on to write that the next president will need to champion human rights and "speak out when they are violated."

In a report on Israel National News, a writer praised Giuliani for having "bucked the party line of successive U.S. administrations and come out against the establishment of a Palestinian state."

The report noted Giuliani warned against "the push by President George W. Bush and embattled Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to quickly establish a state in Judea and Samaria ruled by Fatah.

In the essay, Giuliani also targeted the United Nations, calling it "irrelevant" to resolution of conflicts.

"The organization can be useful for some humanitarian and peacekeeping functions, but we should not expect much more of it," he said.

Another writer told WND that Giuliani's stance on the Palestinian issue "is a brave one."

"This may be the most important issue in the upcoming race, eclipsing all others," he said.

The CFR article outlines the three key foreign policy challenges Giuliani sees: setting a course for victory in the terrorists' war on global order, strengthening the international system the terrorists seek to destroy, and extending the system's benefits.

He also warns, as did President Bush shortly after Sept. 11, 2001, "this war will be long, and we are still in its early stages."

"We cannot predict when our efforts will be successful," he said. "But we can predict the consequences of failure: Afghanistan would revert to being a safe haven for terrorists, and Iraq would become another one – larger, richer, and more strategically located. Parts of Iraq would undoubtedly fall under the sway of our enemies, particularly Iran, which would use its influence to direct even more terror at U.S. interests and U.S. allies than it does today."

He said if that happens, "the balance of power in the Middle East would tip further toward terror, extremism and repression" and America's influence would sustain "a shattering blow.

He said there are signs of light, even within the Muslim world.

"Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates are pointing the way by starting to interpret Islam in ways that respect the distinctiveness of their local cultures but are consistent with the global marketplace. Some of these states have coeducational schools, allow women to serve in government, and count shopping malls that sell Western and Arab goods side by side. Their leaders recognize that modernization is their ticket to the global marketplace. And the global marketplace can build bridges between the West and the Islamic world in a way that promotes mutual respect and mutual benefit," he said.

HALLELUIAH Finally someone is telling the truth!

Above article is from WorldNetDaily

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Ibrahim Hooper of CAIR and Bishop Tiny Muskens Can Piss Right Off

Roman Catholic Bishop Wants Everyone to Call God 'Allah'

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

A proposal by a Roman Catholic bishop in the Netherlands that people of all faiths refer to God as "Allah" is not sitting well with the Catholic community.

Tiny Muskens, an outgoing bishop who is retiring in a few weeks from the southern diocese of Breda, said God doesn't care what he is called.

"Allah is a very beautiful word for God. Shouldn't we all say that from now on we will name God Allah? ... What does God care what we call him? It is our problem," Muskens told Dutch television.

"I'm sure his intentions are good but his theology needs a little fine-tuning," said Father Jonathan Morris, a Roman Catholic priest based in Rome. Morris, a news analyst for FOX News Channel, also called the idea impractical.

"Words and names mean things," Morris said. "Referring to God as Allah means something."

Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Washington, D.C.-based Islamic civil liberties and advocacy group, backs the idea as a way to help interfaith understanding.

"It reinforces the fact that Muslims, Christians and Jews all worship the same God," Hooper told "I don't think the name is as important as the belief in God and following God's moral principles. I think that's true for all faiths."

Christians who are Arabic speakers speak of Allah when they speak of God, Hooper added.

"There's not a theological leap to make on the part of Christians," Hooper said.

The Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago supports the idea.

“I think it will open up doors,” said Janaan Hashim, a spokeswoman for the group representing more than 400,000 Muslim Americans in the Chicago area. “Language is a man-made limitation. I think what God cares about is how we fulfill our purpose in life.”

The nation’s largest Catholic civil rights group says Catholics won't get behind the proposal.

“Bishop Martinus “Tiny” Muskens can pray to “Allah” all he wants, but only addlepated Catholics will follow his lead,” Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, said in a statement. “It is not a good sign when members of the Catholic hierarchy indulge in a fawning exchange with Muslims, or those of any other religion.”

Muskens spent eight years in Indonesia, where he said priests used the word "Allah" during Mass.

Muskens also has drawn attention for other ideas such as encouraging the hungry to steal bread and offering condoms to combat HIV and AIDS.'s Melissa Drosjack and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Michigan town could be first U.S. municipality controlled by Muslims

Chad Groening
August 7, 2007


One of the nation's leading critics of the Islamic religion is concerned that a Michigan community could become the first U.S. municipality to be controlled by Muslims.

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Hamtramck, Michigan, made news in 2004 when the city council passed an ordinance allowing Muslims to broadcast calls for prayer over loudspeakers in the community. Now Hamtramck has four Muslims seeking city council posts. If all are victorious, they would join one incumbent Muslim council member to control five of the six council seats.

Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch, a project of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, is concerned over this upcoming election. He believes the Muslims are emboldened in the city and would impose their laws on everyone else in the community.

"The fact that there is an increasingly assertive population there [as well as] an increasingly numerous population ... will only make this kind of unilateral assertion of their will more common than it already has been," Spencer asserts.

Spencer notes several examples of Muslim assertiveness have already been witnessed -- such as in Minneapolis, where Muslim workers at a Target store refused to handle pork and airport cab drivers refused to give service to people who had alcoholic beverages with them. He also points out that requests have been made for foot baths to be placed in taxi stations for Muslim cab drivers.

"I would expect that a Muslim-controlled city council in Hamtramck could institute all these things [and many others as well] as a matter of city policy," Spencer says.

08-07-2007 - Updated version posted with image

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