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US Terrorize The World – 28 Safar 1428 H (18.3.07)

Posted by musliminsuffer on March 18, 2007

In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali- The self proclaimed apostate with dark secrets

Ayaan Hirsi Ali blames Islam for the miseries of the Muslim world. Her new autobiography shows that life is too complex for that

SAY what you will about Ayaan Hirsi Ali, she fascinates. The Dutch-Somali politician, who has lived under armed guard ever since a fatwa was issued against her in 2004, is a chameleon of a woman. Just 11 years after she arrived in the Netherlands from Africa, she rode into parliament on a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment, only to leave again last year, this time for America, after an uproar over lies she had told to obtain asylum.

Another, even more disturbing story concerns her sister Haweya’s sojourn in the Netherlands. In her earlier book, “The Caged Virgin”, which came out last year, Ms Hirsi Ali wrote that her sister came to the Netherlands to avoid being “married off”. In “Infidel”, however, she says Haweya came to recover from an illicit affair with a married man that ended in abortion. Ms Hirsi Ali helped Haweya make up another fabricated story that gained her refugee status, but the Netherlands offered her little respite. After another affair and a further abortion, Haweya was put into a psychiatric hospital. Back in Nairobi, she died from a miscarriage brought on by an episode of religious frenzy. “It was the worst news of my life,” Ms Hirsi Ali writes.

Mental illness, abortion, failed marriages, illicit affairs and differing interpretations of religion: much as she tries, the kind of problems that Ms Hirsi Ali describes in “Infidel” are all too human to be blamed entirely on Islam. Her book shows that her life, like those of other Muslims, is more complex than many people in the West may have realised. But the West’s tendency to seek simplistic explanations is a weakness that Ms Hirsi Ali also shows she has been happy to exploit.


Muslim Imams sue U.S. Airways : anti-Muslim bias and Islamophobia

A group of six Muslim imams filed a lawsuit against U.S. Airways and other defendants, arguing that they violated their civil rights by removing them last November from a Phoenix-bound flight at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

A new wave of discrimination, violation of civil rights and hatred of Muslims has emerged in the United States following the September 11, 2001 attacks.

Unfortunately, anti-Muslim bias and Islamophobia have been intensified by the Western media, which wrongfully links Muslims and Islam with “terrorism” and “extremism”, creating a false and widespread misconception that Muslims are related to terror attacks.

Reports of discrimination against American Muslims, or those perceived to be Muslims, reached a record high in 2005, according to CAIR’s 11th annual report: “The Struggle for Equality”. The rights group also processed a total of 1,972 civil rights complaints in 2005 alone — almost 30% higher than the figures of 2004.


9/11 : True Confessions? The Amazing Tale of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed

The sweeping Guantanamo “confessions” of al Qaeda leader Khalid Shaikh Mohammed rival the scope of those made in the Stalinist purge trials of the 1930s, and should equally prompt us to question the legal process in which they were made…


9/11 : The Confession Backfired

The first confession released by the Bush regime’s Military Tribunals–that of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed–has discredited the entire process. Writing in Jurist, Northwestern University law professor Anthony D’Amato likens Mohammed’s confession to those that emerged in Stalin’s show trials of Bolshevik leaders in the 1930s.


9/11 : How True Are the True Confessions of the Terror Mastermind?

There’s more about this larger than life part-killer and amateur historian who compares himself to George Washington for American consumption!


9/11 : Probe of Al-Qaeda Leader’s Handling Sought

Two senators who observed last week’s closed military proceedings against al-Qaeda leader Khalid Sheik Mohammed called for an investigation into allegations that the accused planner of the Sept. 11 attacks was physically abused while in CIA custody.


Happy Anniversary Free Iraq!

This 18th of March, 2007 it will be the 4th anniversary of Iraq’s brutal occupation by American forces and also the 4th birthday of ‘free Iraq’. The only things that have changed are the advanced dates, the even more advanced brutality of the nature of occupation and the addition of some gutless democrats to the cheerleaders on the Capitol Hill. The bloodletting goes on as America continues to cling to Iraq’s throat like the bulldog named ‘Cherokee’ in Jack London’s ‘White fang’. And like him again, America inches its teeth ever closer to that unfortunate nation’s jugular with each spasmodic jerk of the dying Iraq.

This 4th anniversary of Iraq’s occupation, we will mourn the mangled corpse of the Iraqi nationhood that America continues to drag around the vast deserts of that country, with fangs bared and claws out, in an unjustified, illegal and bloody occupation.

This 4th anniversary of Iraq’s occupation, let us try to understand for whom was the following said in the “Book of Isaiah” in The Bible?


Happy anniversary free Iraq!


Mounting Civilian Deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq In the Name of Improving People’s Lives

Bush has lost his wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The world condemns the gulags operated by his secret agencies that are accountable to the laws of neither man nor God. The peoples of Iraq and Afghanistan dread and detest the foreign troops who occupy their country. The lives of few on earth have been improved by America, and those are mainly the already obscenely rich (the “haves and the have-mores”, in the words of the vulgar Bush). And the United States, that wonderful country, is now regarded round the world as an aggressive barbaric empire whose soldiers and pilots kill at will.

Last month President Putin summed up America’s position by saying that “Today we are witnessing an almost uncontained hyper-use of military force in international relations ; force that is plunging the world into an abyss of permanent conflicts . . . We are seeing a greater and greater disdain for the basic principles of international law. One country, the United States, has overstepped its national borders in every way.”

Washington’s actions, said President Putin, “have caused new human tragedies and created new centers of tension. Judge for yourselves : wars as well as local and regional conflicts have not diminished. And even more are dying than before. Many more.”

But it’s all in the cause of helping to improve people’s lives.


A Breaking Story : Observations on Iraq

It’s hard to describe the noise when a whole cabinet of crockery is emptied on to the floor. Even harder not to shout in indignation when the American soldier who intentionally tipped it forward, until the plates and dishes slid smashing to the floor, says without regret, “Whoops!” and crunches over the shards past the distraught owner. “Cordon and search” they call looking for Sunni insurgents and their arms and explosives. But at what cost to the battle for “hearts and minds”?


U.S. troops in Iraq often abuse prisoners: report

The United States has a flagrant record of violating the Geneva Convention in systematically abusing prisoners during the Iraqi War and the War in Afghanistan, says the Human Rights Record of the United States in 2006 issued on Thursday


US insists British ‘friendly fire’ death was ‘a tragic accident’

The US Defense Department on Friday reaffirmed its finding that a British soldier’s death in a “friendly fire” attack in Iraq was “a tragic accident” after a British coroner ruled it was criminal.


Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Friday, 16 March 2007

  • Five US troops reported killed in Resistance bombing in ar-Ramadi.
  • Resistance rockets blast US base in al-Fallujah. Explosion rocks US base near al-Fallujah.
  • Resistance hits US base in ‘Anah with heavy mortars.
  • Resistance gunfire hits US Apache helicopter near al-Hadithah.
  • American tank kills Iraqi shopkeeper west of Baghdad for no apparent reason.
  • Puppet governor of “Madinat as-Sadr” slightly wounded in Thursday attack.
  • Puppet soldier killed by Resistance sharpshooter in ad-Dulu‘iyah Friday morning.
  • Resistance fighters ambush US patrol in Tikrit.
  • Resistance fighters kill puppet major general in provincial puppet police.
  • Resistance bomb wounds US troops in al-Mushahadah, Friday morning.
  • Iraqi Resistance fighters attacked a puppet police patrol in al-Mada’in
  • Armed attack on two fuel stations in Kan‘an Thursday afternoon.
  • US troops wipe out family of five in attack on car in Ba‘qubah Thursday night.
  • Resistance forces battle US troops in area of al-Mahmudiyah.
  • Resistance bomb kills two puppet policemen in Kirkuk.
  • Resistance fighters gun down puppet police officer in al-Mawsil.
  • US attack wounds two civilians in al-Mawsil Thursday evening.
  • Eleven prisoners break out of British-run camp near al-Basrah. US “Camp Bucca” targeted.


Israel’s Right To Be Racist

The matter-of-factness with which the state of Israel claims the right to treat non-Jews as lesser animals is shocking and annuls any move towards peace.


Dugard may probe Israeli ‘apartheid’

The United Nation’s Human Rights Council is looking to appoint John Dugard as a permanent investigator on Israel’s actions in the territories, which he has in the past compared to apartheid, Ambassador to the UN in Geneva, Yitzhak Levanon, told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday.


Inside America’s powerful Israel lobby

AIPAC’s three-day summit included fiery evangelical oratory, adoration for Dick Cheney — and new plans for going after Iran.


U.S. says ‘disturbed’ by claim of PA unity gov’t of ‘right to resist’ occupation

The United States said Saturday it was disturbed by the Palestinian unity government’s claim of a right to resist Israeli occupation and disappointed by Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh’s speech on Saturday expressing that right.


Norway recognizes new Palestinian government

Norway recognized the new Palestinian government just minutes after it was approved Saturday, and said it would normalize relations with the Hamas-Fatah coalition.


Declaration of Ward Boston, Jr.,Captain, JAGC, USN (Ret.), Counsel to the U.S. Navy Court of Inquiry’s investigation into the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty

I know from personal conversations I had with Admiral Kidd that President Lyndon Johnson and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara ordered him to conclude that the attack was a case of “mistaken identity” despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

Admiral Kidd told me, after returning from Washington, D.C. that he had been ordered to sit down with two civilians from either the White House or the Defense Department, and rewrite portions of the court’s findings.

Admiral Kidd also told me that he had been ordered to “put the lid” on everything having to do with the attack on USS Liberty. We were never to speak of it and we were to caution everyone else involved that they could never speak of it again.

I have no reason to doubt the accuracy of that statement as I know that the Court of Inquiry transcript that has been released to the public is not the same one that I certified and sent off to Washington.


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