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Saturday, December 03, 2005

"They're not miserable, they're Muslim."

Tech Central reports on the uproar in France over the publication of an article, translated with the title: "They're not miserable, they're Muslim," that states the obvious (to us infidels:)

“Here in France, where no accusation against America or Israel is too scurrilous for official dissemination and mass consumption, Finkielkraut was beaten almost senseless for developing, with utmost precaution, a thoughtful analysis of the riots. Going beyond the simplistic sociological description of ghettoized youths bursting out in frustration against discrimination and unemployment, Finkielkraut analyzes the violence as a nihilistic attack against the French Republic. He points out the dangers inherent in romanticizing the riots as the justified revolt of the wretched of the earth. And he has the courage to mention that the perpetrators of the street violence are, for the most part, black and/or Muslim…born in France but anchored to an ethno-religious identity that makes their integration well nigh impossible.”

This reminds me of the time when CAIR dhimmi-whipped an ABC affiliate to drop Michael Graham. In France and Italy, you can get arrested for criticizing Islam. If you can’t criticize the problem, it’s not going to change.

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Bad News For The American Left

This is not exactly breaking news, but worth mentioning.

France warns against hasty U.S. pullout from Iraq

29 Nov 2005 18:38:45 GMT
Source: Reuters

PARIS, Nov 29 (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin, one of the sharpest critics of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, warned Washington on Tuesday against pulling out troops without regard to regional security.

Villepin, interviewed in Paris by CNN, said a badly planned withdrawal could cause chaos in Iraq, "which of course would be disastrous for the whole region."

Is it possible that France is becoming pro-war?

Of course not, but this could be a step in the right direction for the world as a whole.

I wish the riots in France never had to take place, but if there is a silver lining, maybe this is it.

And maybe, just maybe, since France is all for The U.S. sticking it out, the American Liberal Left will quiet down, and let the military do their job.

If you would like to read more on The American twist on this story, I posted it on my site.
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"What Goes Around Comes Around" What Goes Around Comes Around

Many people, including Moslems, believe that the intifada (or jihad or holy war) only claims infidels as its victims. While, of course, there are many of these kaffir victims, there are actually many, many Moslems who are also victims.

I don't know if any one has figured out the ratio of Moslem to non-Moslem victims in Iraq, but it seems to me that there must be at least 10 or 15 Iraqis (Moslems) killed by terrorists for every U.S. soldier. And yet-- so many Moslems worldwide support the intifada.

Many Jordanians were amongst the strongest supporters of Zarkawi . . . until he killed innocent Jordanian civilians in the recent attacks. Suddenly, a lot of Jordanians were not so pro-terror anymore. Unfortunately, they had to learn the hard way (Daniel Pipes calls this Education by Murder).

In addition to the unprecedented large anti-jihad demonstrations in Jordan, there have been large demonstrations against the intifada in Morocco.

The world wide intifada continues to take many victims,
both Moslem and non-Moslem. The media, for the most part, tries to convince us that these are isolated incidents of violence, rather than them all being part of a larger pattern.

The latest flare ups in the intifada are now occurring in Bengladesh, again taking mostly Moslem victims. Will the vast majority of the world's Muslims once again remain silent in the face of renewed terrorism?

Bangladesh faces 'national crisis' after serial bomb blasts
Fri Dec 2, 2005

DHAKA (AFP) - A government minister and Islamic party leader warned that Bangladesh faced a national crisis after a series of deadly bomb blasts by religious extremists calling for the imposition of strict Muslim law.

Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid called on Bangladeshis to unit against those behind the attacks in the Muslim-majority country including the first suicide bombings that killed 11 people on Tuesday.

The government has long sought to play down the influence of Islamic extremists in the South Asian nation and denies any presence of the Al-Qaeda terror network. But the blasts since August have shaken authorities.

"Terming the attacks a national crisis, Jamaat-e-Islami general secretary and social welfare minister Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid said using bombs to achieve political ends would not resolve the problem," the official BSS news agency said.

The attacks, targeting the judiciary, police, and government buildings, have claimed the lives of 18 people including two judges. Three suicide bombers have also died and scores more have been injured, many seriously.

Leaflets in the name of banned group Jamayetul Mujahideen calling for Islamic law to be enforced were found at the sites of most of the recent blast.

Terrorism must be unequivocally condemned worldwide . . . as long as some countries say there are some "special circumstances" where terrorism is acceptable, it will persist.
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That present danger

The present situation in Iran is each day more worrying. But this is not something that has appeared today. It comes from very long ago. Just read this. As always, international press has not said everything that happens about Iran. But in this case the problem is: Will the West be able to fight external and internal evils at the same time and win? Or will the Mahdi really come back and impose the Islamic justice?

"History became Legend. Legend becam Myth. And things that should have never been forgotten, were no more remembered". That is how the Third Age in The Lord of the Rings begins.

The problem is that those things are not Legends or History. Those tragedies and barbaric acts are happening just now. No matters what Prince Charles says.
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Friday, December 02, 2005

Belgian Surprise

This is my first post here at I.B.A. so I'll keep it short and unserious.

Does Muriel get 72 male virgins in paradise? What kind of sicko would want 6 dozen virgin men? Well, I mean besides this woman. And this woman. And all these women.

If Muriel was anticipating an afterlife filled with tender youth kneeling before her Ka'ba five times a day, I think she's in for an angry, serrated, razor-sharp surprise.
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Thursday, December 01, 2005

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Muslim Students: taught to complain

The panels boasted a cross section of the political elite: London mayor Ken Livingstone, solicitor general Mike O'Brien, home affairs editors from the Observer and Channel Four, and deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Brian Paddick. Yet all the delegates would talk about was how marginalised they were.

The students saw insult everywhere. 'To resist and not see progress is to belie reality.' Thanks to Jane Appleton

More here at the ubiquitous Drunken Blogging
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Saudi: Our Enemy

Paul Sperry, in the New York Post, explains that “our Saudi ‘ally’ is playing us for suckers.” A Senate Judiciary Committee report explains how “Riyadh has not stopped exporting anti-U.S., pro-jihad propaganda to our shores. And it's now whipping up young jihadists to cross the border into Iraq and kill our soldiers.” Sperry suggests that we should demand that our legislators support the “Saudi Arabia Accountability Act.” Damn good idea! (Xposted.)

For those needing a review of the Saudi enemy, I review Dore Gold’s book, “Hatred’s Kingdom.” I also argue that the “oil card” is not an obstacle to changing our policy. More dirt on the SOBs. And on their operations. Naming names: Saudi SOBs by name.
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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

I'm OK With This, Anyone Take Issue?

The Los Angeles Times reports...

U.S. Military Covertly Pays to Run Stories in Iraqi Press

  • Troops write articles presented as news reports. Some officers object to the practice.

  • By Mark Mazzetti and Borzou Daragahi, Times Staff Writers

    WASHINGTON As part of an information offensive in Iraq, the U.S. military is secretly paying Iraqi newspapers to publish stories written by American troops in an effort to burnish the image of the U.S. mission in Iraq.

    The articles, written by U.S. military "information operations" troops, are translated into Arabic and placed in Baghdad newspapers with the help of a defense contractor, according to U.S. military officials and documents obtained by the Los Angeles Times.

    Many of the articles are presented in the Iraqi press as unbiased news accounts written and reported by independent journalists. The stories trumpet the work of U.S. and Iraqi troops, denounce insurgents and tout U.S.-led efforts to rebuild the country.

    Though the articles are basically factual, they present only one side of events and omit information that might reflect poorly on the U.S. or Iraqi governments, officials said. Records and interviews indicate that the U.S. has paid Iraqi newspapers to run dozens of such articles, with headlines such as "Iraqis Insist on Living Despite Terrorism," since the effort began this year.

    I don't know, Al-Jazeera does the same thing, I've never read anything in the LA Times about the positive happenings in Iraq...

    And...the articles are basically factual, (The LA Times defines basically factual as We don't agree, but those are the facts).

    So what's the problem?
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    France Acts On Islamic Immigration

    France is taking the lead in toughening immigration laws! After the Islamic uprising through out France, in November, the French government seeks to limit immigrants who refuse to assimilate. In the past, France welcomed immigration from its former French colonies such as Algeria and French-Indochina. One of these groups despises French culture, demands separate rule, and shows it contempt by engaging in violence and rioting. Guess which one?

    Bat Ye’or and now Tony Blankley have warned of the growing problem with Islamic supremacists in Europe. Given the demographics, the threat of Islam is greatest in Europe. The Islamic attack on 9/11 brought the jihadist threat to everyone’s attention but left some believing that it was America’s problem. The Left tried to capitalize on this ignorance and blame America for “blowback.” Most didn’t know that Islamists had previously tried to fly planes into the Eiffel Tower (which still remains a target) but unable get the pilots to co-operate, they realized they had to learn to fly the planes themselves. In the meantime, France toughened its anti-terror laws (unlike the Clinton administration after the ’93 WTC attack) and jihadists found a softer target elsewhere.

    Recently, President Bush has addressed the issue of illegal immigration and border control. While it is a welcomed step forward, we need much more. Many of us might remember that the State Department allowed Saudi entry into our country under the Visa Express program and continued that program 10 months after 9/11. Even today, students from Saudi Arabia are allowed – indeed, welcomed – to study at American universities.

    We have a long way to go before our government can identify and talk about the problem. Fortunately, we will not be alone. France has long been on the frontline of the clash with Islamic barbarians. While we may be distracted by its virulent Anti-Americanism, it will slowly wake-up and fight the real threat in the world today: Islam. Europe, having the greatest challenge, will take the toughest measures and face the critics – long before some of our fellow citizen’s wake-up. While we may have valid reservations about Europe, they need to fight our common enemy. Let’s cheer them on and let’s exploit their forceful response as an argument for similar action here at home.

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    Tuesday, November 29, 2005

    Allies, Please Read

    If you'd like to post on the Ibloga, please leave your e-mail address on the comments section (which I will remove as soon as I take note of).
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    Let Me Be The First To Introduce Myself

    I should stand up...

    Hello, I am The Fu2rman, AKA, The Future Man...


    I am an Infidel.

    I have been an Infidel all my life.

    And I'm damn proud of it!

    Anyway, from the U.S. media we have heard plenty about Iyad Allawi making claims that Iraq is no different today than it was under Saddam Hussein.

    Is that true?

    Check this out.

    I guess someone should inquire into what Allawi is up to today.

    I think he could have a very successful career in California politics, we seem to elect a bunch of nut-jobs.
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    Sunday, November 27, 2005

    The Jihad Against Gays

    We are getting submissions from various bloggers, for whom we have not yet set up an account. Someguy, from Mystery Achievement, sent in a link and some subject matter:

    During World War II, the Arab world cooperated with the Nazis. The Grand Mufti, Haj al-Husseini spent time in Germany, studying their military. He then came home and taught his troops in the German style.

    Islamic Nazism exists to this day, within Hizballah, and Fatah, among others.

    Nowadays, the Islamic Nazis express their Nazism through hatred of Israel so virulent, that nothing less than the total destruction of the Jewish state will satisfy them.

    But, that is not the only way they express their Hitlerian tendencies. Like the Nazis before them, they also hate gay people. In the United Arab Emirates, gay people face prison time, and medical experimentation.

    In England, at the behest of the Islamofascists in his party, George Galloway removed pro-Gay rights language from the Respect Party platform.

    Of course, many Christians would like to accomplish the same goals. For one, I'm not down with them. And, for two, how is it that Islamofascists are able to convince a liberal man like George Galloway to do someting willingly, that he would call Christians "Nazis" for doing?

    Jonz points us to more info on the subject.

    [J Update 8:00pm] - (Some trivia on one of the groups listed above, from JVL) - "Fatah" is a reverse acronym of the Arabic, Harekat at-Tahrir al-Wataniyyeh al-Falastiniyyeh. The word "Fatah" means "conquest by means of jihad [Islamic holy war]".
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    Sunday Summary

    An Islamic "missionary" group which FBI officials claim was a breeding ground for Al-Qaeda recruits and had links to at least one of the July 7th bombers are in talks with the British authorities to build Europes largest mosque next to the site of the 2012 Olympic complex.
    Bahrain warns Europeans not to link Islam to the actions of Islamic terrorists, even though all Islamic terrorists claim to be carrying out the message of the Quran, namely Jihad.
    Anti-Infidel hatred is rife in childrens text books around the Islamic world, such as the 11th grade "Palestinian" Islamic culture books where one extract reads ''The Islamic nation needs to spread the spirit of jihad and the love of self-sacrifice [martyrdom] among its sons,''.
    The PA are still using their funds to support terrorists and murderers, but what else is new.
    Still not all is bad, Bruce Willis has announced a film depicting US troops in a way the MSM despises the most, as heros, and Sacha Baron Cohen shows his sense of humour by joining the Kazahk call to sue 'Borat's' creator, himself.

    ‘Europe’s biggest mosque’ planned for London Olympics - [via CAGE] - A MASSIVE mosque that will hold 40,000 worshippers is being proposed beside the Olympic complex in London to be opened in time for the 2012 Games...The complex is designed to become the “Muslim quarter” for the Games, acting as a hub for Islamic competitors and spectators. J0nz Update: Group responsible have links to Al-Qaeda.

    Bahrain Warns : Linking Islam to terror 'will divide civilisations' - [via Jihad Watch] - Bahrain yesterday warned that associating Islam with terrorism would be a devastating blow to humanity and would deepen the abyss between civilisations.

    Reformers work to rid 'diet of hate' from Muslim textbooks - [Sun Times] - "Children are sometimes being force-fed a diet of hate, anger and intolerance"...Much of the concern among reformers is how students learn about jihad, or holy war -- a concept that encompasses all acts on behalf of Islam. It's clear some textbooks pay homage -- directly or indirectly -- to violence.

    PA: Pensions for Terrorists, Salaries for ´Missing´ Police - [via CAGE] - An internal Palestinian Authority (PA) probe has confirmed U.S. charges that salaries are being paid to non-existent police officers. Jailed terrorists are on the payroll and will receive pensions.

    G-d Bless Bruce Willis - [Via Cuanas] - ANGERED by negative portrayals of the conflict in Iraq, Bruce Willis, the Hollywood star, is to make a pro-war film in which American soldiers will be depicted as brave fighters for freedom and democracy.

    Borat 'supports' Kazakh attack against him - [Ireland On-Line] - Sacha Baron Cohen's TV alter ego Borat Sagdiyev has jokingly responded to a legal threat from the Kazakhstan government accusing him of portraying the nation as a country of drunken Stalinists...Cohen's spoof reporter has previously slammed the country for mock past-times including gypsy catching, goat punching and the joys of drinking horse urine.

    J0nz Update: 9.22 pm

    BBC Name Briton who was nabbed in Iraq - [Via BBC] - Has been named him Norman Kember.
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