In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful
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War Criminal : The Psychology Behind the Worst Possible President
The longer Bush is in office, the more his psychology becomes clear. He’s not a well-meaning doofus; he’s a madman.
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SEE ALSO THESE ARTICLES:
George W. Bush: Presidential or Pathological?
The Madness of President George
The madness of President George (DIFFERENT ARTICLE FROM THAT ABOVE)
George W. Bush: Neocon Napoleon
Fake Muslim : Doubt cast on Anani’s terrorist claims- all his claims false according to experts
Doubt cast on Anani’s terrorist claims. Jihad adviser says story of holy war in Lebanon rings false
Zachariah Anani, a self-proclaimed former terrorist who now warns against Islam’s so-called teachings of terror against Canada and the West, is imagining his past exploits as a mass murderer, according to a top jihad expert.
Tom Quiggin, Canada’s only court-qualified expert on global jihadism and a former RCMP intelligence and national security expert, said Anani’s tales of terror and murder just don’t jibe with the time and place he claims to have been killing.
For background see: http://www.montrealmuslimnews.net/anani.htm
UK Racist : Every single British Muslim who performed Hajj or Umra are now on terror watch list
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UK Monitors “All” Muslim Pilgrims
IslamOnline.net & Newspapers- Jan 21, 2007
CAIRO UK spy chiefs are putting on the terror watch list every single British Muslim who travels to the holy city of Makkah to perform hajj or umra to filter out those who might be linked to Al-Qaeda, a leading British newspaper revealed on Sunday, January 21.
Racist : Attacked school receives support from numerous politicians, individuals and organizations
Muslim Council of Montreal expresses thanks for all offers of help
Montreal, Quebec, Jan. 22nd, 2007- The Muslim Council of Montreal (MCM) would like to thank all individuals and organizations who have extended their support to École Les Jeunes Musulmans Canadiens following the recent attack by vandals. The school has received numerous visits, telephone calls and offers of help.
9/11 : Yemeni Guantanamo five years ex-detainee speaks out
The image above extracted from Al-Jazeera documentary on Guantanamo. Al-Jazerra team went to Guantanamo to make a documentary about how the prisoners being treated in this notorious prison, but for sure the team’s movement was restricted and they were escorted by a minder.
The minders took the team to an empty “model” prison, where all the facilities were available and there was even a Quran put by the window.
For westerners there is nothing wrong with the picture, but for Arabic readers …look very close to the text on the Quran….. Yes it is a Quran but put upside-down, which shows that the cell was arranged put together as just for the media show, a real model which is reality didn’t exist…..but that is not my main post here.
Yemeni five years ex-detainee Al-Assadi speaks about his own experience in Guantanamo:
Families demand closure of Guantanamo: They cut someone’s hand while they could have treated it, Or they refused to treat some patients, such as Sami al-Hajj, an Al Jazeera cameraman arrested in Afghanistan in 2001…..
….. People in there said that we did not have humans’ or animals’ rights, because ‘we were devils and devils have no rights….. they threatened to send the men to a dictator-run country.
Zionist IOA digging secret tunnel under the Aqsa Mosque
Officials in the Aqsa foundation that caters for Muslim holy shrines in occupied Palestine have unveiled that the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) was secretly digging a tunnel under the Aqsa Mosque that jeopardizes its foundations.
Director of the foundation Farid Al-Haj Yahya affirmed that his institution possesses audiovisual evidence to substantiate the charges, and that it will distribute this evidence to the media in a press conference it will hold in the coming days.
He, furthermore, charged that the Israeli occupation government was aware of those construction works and supported them, adding that Israeli brokers succeeded in convincing a Palestinian Jerusalemite into selling them his small store in Al-Wad street for 60,000 dollars, which is very close to the Mosque.
From that store, Yahya added, digging works of the tunnel started and are still going on in a very secretive manner.
Warmonger : Oil, Not Terrorists, the Reason for US Attack on Somalia
Just why did the US attack Somalia two weeks ago? Of course, the answer given for the US military intervention and the generally accepted notion is the hunt for terrorists. But is it? Are terrorists the only bone of contention the US has with Somalia? When the US military devised “Operation Restore Hope” in 1993 which was short-lived after they were whipsawed by rag-tag militia in and around Mogadishu, were they fighting the ‘war on terror’?
The Living Reality of Military-Economic Fascism
In countries such as the United States, whose economies are commonly, though inaccurately, described as “capitalist” or “free-market,” war and preparation for war systematically corrupt both parties to the state-private transactions by which the government obtains the bulk of its military goods and services.
America’s Narcissists Indifferent to Iraqi Casualties
You can’t make this stuff up. George Bush believes that “the Iraqi people owe the American people a huge debt of gratitude.” On the other side of the political divide, Presidential hopeful Joseph Biden — a sponsor of the anti-surge legislation pending before Congress — maintains that we’ve “done enough for the Iraqis.”
What a strange war we’re having Iraq. After four years of shifting rationales, Americans remain clueless about why Bush opened this Pandora’s box. The cold math that led to this disastrous imperial project is just too much for the pundits to own up to.
A Fool’s Errand in Baghdad
Let’s assume for a moment, that Dick Cheney is the driving force behind the plan to surge in Iraq. Does anyone really believe that the vice president is genuinely concerned about the safety of the Iraqi people?
Bloody Weekend: 29 American Servicemembers, 1 British Soldier, 151 Iraqis Killed
At least six more American servicemembers were reported killed in separate events that occurred on Saturday, and two Marines were killed on Sunday. This brings the weekend total to 29 American deaths. Meanwhile, 70 Iraqis were killed or found dead and 26 were wounded in violent attacks today. The weekend tally for them is 151 dead Iraqis and 59 wounded. A British soldier was killed near Basra and four more were injured. Also, Moqtada al Sadr’s Mehdi Army announced that they would resume relations with the Iraqi parliament.
Bloody Monday: 143 Iraqis, 1 GI Killed; 218 Iraqis Wounded, 4 GIs Wounded
In today’s violence, a coordinated bomb attack killed dozens and injured over 160 in a Baghdad marketplace. Overall, 143 Iraqis were killed and 218 wounded throughout the country. One American soldier was killed and four more wounded in a roadside bomb attack in Ninewah province today. Also, Saturday’s deadly Black Hawk helicopter crash is now believed to have been caused by an enemy missile.
Twenty-one U.S. troops killed in costly day in Iraq
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – U.S. forces had one of their costliest days in Iraq on Saturday when 21 troops were killed, including 13 in a helicopter and five in a clash in a Shi’ite holy city the U.S. military said was triggered by militiamen.
25 US, UK troops killed in Iraq in less than 24hrs
More than 3,000 US paratroopers have landed in Baghdad to help quell raging sectarian violence, the military announced Sunday, after US losses surged with 24 troops killed in a single day with British losing a solider in an attack in southern Iraq.
U.S. helicopter crash caused by hostile fire: report
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. military helicopter that crashed outside Baghdad, killing all 12 on board, was shot down by a shoulder-fired missile, CNN reported on Monday.
The Black Hawk was most likely brought down on Saturday by hostile fire, according to unidentified U.S. officials cited by CNN. The crash was still under investigation but debris recovered on the ground indicate a missile was involved, CNN said.
Deadly US helicopter crash caused by missile
The U.S. military helicopter that crashed outside Baghdad, killing all 12 on board, was shot down by a shoulder-fired missile
Another 6 U.S. Troops Die In Iraq Sunday
25 U.S. Troops Died In Iraq Saturday — Deadliest Day In 2 Years
WASHINGTON — The U.S. military reported the deaths of another six troops in Iraq Sunday, NewsChannel 4 reported.
Four soldiers and a marine died during combat Saturday in Anbar Province, and another soldier was killed by a roadside bomb northeast of Baghdad.
13 more US soldiers killed across Iraq
At least 13 more US soldiers were killed across Iraq in one of the deadliest days for the US forces since the invasion began, as the military said 3,200 new troops had arrived to quell Baghdad violence
Report: Gunmen In U.S. Uniforms Killed GIs
A brazen attack on U.S. troops in southwest Iraq which left five soldiers dead was carried out by insurgents cleverly disguised to look like American officials in armored sports utility vehicles, according to a report Monday in the Washington Post
Bloody Weekend: 30 American Soldiers, 1 British Soldier, 151 Iraqis Killed
At least nine more American servicemembers were reported killed in separate events that occurred on Saturday. This brings the weekend total to 30 American deaths. Meanwhile, 70 Iraqis were killed or found dead and 26 were wounded in violent attacks today. The weekend tally for them is 151 dead Iraqis and 59 wounded. A British soldier was killed near Basra and four more were injured. Also, Moqtada al Sadr’s Mehdi Army announced that they would resume relations with the Iraqi parliament.
Britain’s war on two frontlines: In Afghanistan and Iraq, two missions, one deadly outcome
The offensive reported on the previous pages highlights the very different dangers faced by UK troops in the killing fields of Helmand and the streets of Basra. By Raymond Whitaker
Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Saturday, 20 January 2007.
- Iraqi Resistance car bomber blasts checkpoint manned by group of US Marines in al-Qa’im Saturday evening.
- US troops in ar-Ramadi kill 16-year-old boy for spitting on them Saturday.
- Half-hour gun battle in al-Fallujah Friday leaves two US troops reported dead.
- Iraqi Resistance sharpshooter kills first lieutenant in puppet army in al-Fallujah Saturday morning.
- Resistance fighters ambush puppet army patrol, killing seven.
- Fourth mass arrest campaign in al-Fallujah in 10 days sees 36 Iraqis rounded up, taken away.
- US soldier reported killed when Resistance bomb disables Bradley armored vehicle near ad-Dulu‘iyah.
- Resistance shoots down US helicopter near Buhriz; US admits 13 troops dead.
- British soldier reported killed in Resistance bomb attack in al-Basrah Saturday.
- Resistance carries out second mortar strike on US headquarters in al-Hadithah Saturday morning.
- Resistance bombards US headquarters in al-Hadithah with heavy mortar barrage Friday.
- Resistance bomb kills three puppet “Shock Troops” in ad-Durah.
- Resistance mortars pound US base in southern Baghdad before dawn Saturday.
- Resistance fighters destroy hideout for pro-Iranian Jaysh al-Mahdi gunmen in southern Baghdad Friday.
- Employee in official puppet regime TV company gunned down in al-Mawsil Saturday morning.
- Resistance captures officer in pro-American Kurdish separatist Peshmergah.
- Ninwa Province puppet policeman killed in ambush Friday.
- Resistance forces kill puppet army commander in Rabi‘ah, near Syrian border, on Friday.
- Rocket attack targets puppet provincial government building in Karbala’ as night falls Saturday.
- Resistance fighters destroy two tankers hauling fuel to US bases in al-Faw Saturday afternoon.
German Soldiers Admit They Guarded US Prison in occupied Afghanistan
As part of the investigation into the alleged abuse of terrorist suspects by German soldiers in Afghanistan, officers from the German Special Forces (KSK) are for the first time making official statements — and they admit that they helped US soldiers guard detainees.
Pakistani troops killed in rare attack
At least three Pakistani soldiers have been killed and nine injured in a suspected suicide attack on an army convoy in the pro-Taliban border region neighbouring Afghanistan.
U.S.-led coalition forces in occupied Afghanistan bomb Pakistani territory, killing one soldier
The U.S.-led coalition forces in Afghanistan Monday bombed the Pakistani territory, killing one soldier and injuring two others, a Pakistani army statement said.
Tribe: U.S., not Pakistan, hit village
Tribesmen from a Pakistani mountain village where an airstrike hit a suspected al-Qaida hideout claimed Friday that missiles were fired from an American plane and denied the dead were terrorists.
General Musharraf is tightening the noose around his neck
The U.S. forces attacked the border town of Zamzola in South Waziristan on January 16, 2007, killing at least 8 civilians. Army spokesman Maj. Gen. Shaukat Sultan immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. He reported eight “militants” were killed and 10 wounded.
Taliban militants to open own schools in occupied Afghanistan
The Taliban said it will open its own schools in areas of southern Afghanistan under its control, an apparent effort to win support among local residents and undermine the Western-backed government’s efforts to expand education.
Ethnic Cleansing: Israel’s New proposal
Transfer-for-cash plan: A new proposal designed to solve Israel’s Arab demographic concerns suggests offering a million Palestinian residents of refugee camps in Judea and Samaria incentives totaling as much as $50 billion to convince them to leave the area.
250,000 Palestinians fenced in, says report
Some 250,000 Palestinians have been closed off from the rest of the West Bank by the separation fence, according to a report released by “Bimkom – Planners for Planning Rights” human rights organization.
Israeli army admits the 44 barriers it said it removed, did not actually exist
The Israel Defense Forces admitted yesterday that the 44 dirt obstacles it said had been removed from around West Bank villages did not actually exist.
Last Tuesday, the IDF announced that it had removed 44 dirt obstacles that blocked access roads to West Bank villages, to fulfill promises made by Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas during their meeting a month ago. Olmert had pledged measures to ease the lives of Palestinian civilians.
Czechs give go-ahead for US ‘son of star wars’ base
The Czech government has announced that it wants to host a large US military site for the Pentagon’s much-criticised missile shield system, confirming for the first time that Washington had asked Prague for permission to build a radar site for the national missile defence programme.
Russia sees threat from US plan for missiles in eastern Europe
A top Russian general warned that a missile defense system that the United States wants to deploy in eastern Europe would pose a “clear threat” to his country.
Turning the tables on Washington, Cuba says US harbours terrorists
Posada Carriles is portrayed alongside Bush on the billboard made to look like a movie ad, which advertises “The Assassin – coming soon to a US court near you.”
Bush T-shirt ban
An Australian who lives in Britain has threatened legal action against Qantas for barring him from a Melbourne-to-London flight wearing a T-shirt depicting US President George Bush as a terrorist.
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