BBC IGNORES SHARIA AMPUTATIONS…READ THIS

Welcome to the world of sharia law. More on this story. “Somalis watch double amputations,” from Reuters, June 25: Hardline Islamists in Somalia have carried out double amputations on four men for stealing phones and guns.

They have each had a hand and foot cut off after being convicted by a Sharia court in the capital earlier this week.

More then 300 people, mainly women and children, watched as masked men cut off their limbs with machetes.

The four men reportedly admitted to the robberies, but were not represented by a lawyer and were not allowed to appeal against their sentence.

The al-Shabab group, which controls much of southern Somalia, has carried out amputations, floggings and an execution in the port of Kismayo but such punishments are rare in the capital.

The amputations were carried out in the open in front of an al-Shabab military camp in the north-east of Mogadishu. A local resident said the four men cried out during and after the amputations. Each man had his right hand and left foot cut off.

“‘Help, help, help!’ one of them shouted,” Mohamed Abdi told the BBC.

Eyewitnesses estimate the age of the four men – Aden Mohamud, Ismail Khalif , Jeylani Mohamed, and Abdulkadir Adow – to be between 18 and 25.

 Mr Abdi said the whole process took about an hour to complete.

‘Torture’ Human rights lobby group Amnesty International has condemned the amputations.

“These punishments amount to torture,” said Tawanda Hondora, Amnesty’s Africa deputy director.

The group says that committing torture could amount to a war crime.

After the four were sentenced to double amputations on Monday, mosques in the area announced through their loud speakers that the amputations would take place at 0800 local time on Thursday. Al-Shabab spokesman Ali Mohamud Rage told journalists that the amputations were a warning to all thieves. “If they are caught red-handed in similar circumstances, they will face amputation,” he said. He also said al-Shabab would look after the welfare of the amputees… Posted by Raymond at June 25, 2009

 

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SOLOMONIA ASSERTS PALESTINIANS IN TEHERAN!

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

I’ve often heard that the Iranian security forces use a lot of Palestinian Arabs. Sounds like it’s really showing at the moment: ‘Hamas helping Iran crush dissent’

Palestinian Hamas members are helping the Iranian authorities crush street protests in support of reformist presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, two protesters told The Jerusalem Post On Tuesday…

…Hamas formally welcomed incumbent Ahmadinejad’s ostensible reelection victory on Saturday. The Palestinian Islamist movement receives arms and funding from Iran, and its members have often received training there, including in terror tactics and weapons manufacture…

…”The most important thing that I believe people outside of Iran should be aware of,” the young man went on, “is the participation of Palestinian forces in these riots.”

Another protester, who spoke as he carried a kitchen knife in one hand and a stone in the other, also cited the presence of Hamas in Teheran.

On Monday, he said, “my brother had his ribs beaten in by those Palestinian animals. Taking our people’s money is not enough, they are thirsty for our blood too.”

It was ironic, this man said, that the victorious Ahmadinejad “tells us to pray for the young Palestinians, suffering at the hands of Israel.” His hope, he added, was that Israel would “come to its senses” and ruthlessly deal with the Palestinians.

When asked if these militia fighters could have been mistaken for Lebanese Shi’ites, sent by Hizbullah, he rejected the idea. “Ask anyone, they will tell you the same thing. They [Palestinian extremists] are out beating Iranians in the streets… The more we gave this arrogant race, the more they want… [But] we will not let them push us around in our own country.”…

 

INTERESTING COMMENT ON THE “NEW HISTORIANS”

This is another important article on Harrys Place. It concerns an Israel hater called Ben White whose politics mirror almost all of the fake Islamist supporting “left”. It is noteworthy in that a comment by “Mikey” introduces the vital work by Efraim Karsh and the issue of the “New Historians” as we have always said really “Old Liars”

First the review

This is a guest post by Jonathan Hoffman

Ben White is a freelance writer about the Middle East. His work appears often on ‘Comment Is Free’. He has tried to argue that Ahmadinejad did not deny the Holocaust and has written

“I do not consider myself an anti-Semite, yet I can also understand why some are.”

His new book “Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner’s Guide” was launched in the British Parliament on Wednesday night (a meeting in the parliament needs a Member to sponsor it – Brian Idden MP in this case).

The forward to the book is written by John Dugard, the South African lawyer who made the apartheid analogy, as a result of which Israel refused to allow him to conduct a UN-mandated fact-finding mission on its Gaza offensive in 2006. Desmond Tutu – whom Alan Dershowitz called a ‘racist and a bigot’ – says

“This book deals rationally and cogently with a topic that almost always generates heat…”

The blurb also has a favourable quote from Pappe. Stephen Sizer says

“If you really care about peace in the Middle East, read this book”.

I have not read the book, but judging by White’s presentation it belongs in the fiction category.

He began by saying

“Israel would prefer to disappear the Palestinians”.

We have one doctored quote after another. “A land without a people…” which of course was never said by any Jew, let alone any Zionist leader. David Ben-Gurion never said “We must expel Arabs and take their places.” He in fact said “We do not wish and do not need to expel Arabs and take their places.”

There was no ‘transfer consensus’ by which the Zionist leaders in 1948 agreed to transfer Arabs out. in fact the Mayor of Haifa, Shabtai Levy, on 22 April begged the Arabs to stay.

It is simply not true that “half the dispossessed Palestinians had already been kicked out by the time of the Declaration of the State of Israel”.

‘Plan Dalet’ was not a plan to expel Arabs. As Benny Morris has written, “There was no Zionist “plan” or blanket policy of evicting the Arab population, or of “ethnic cleansing”. Plan Dalet (Plan D), of March 10th, 1948 (it is open and available for all to read in the IDF Archive and in various publications), was the master plan of the Haganah – the Jewish military force that became the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) – to counter the expected pan-Arab assault on the emergent Jewish state. That’s what it explicitly states and that’s what it was. ” (Irish Times, 21 February 2008)

And so on.

I remonstarted at the lies and Idden threatened me with eviction (the third time at Israel hatefests in nine days). My friend was jeered at when she sauid her (Jewish-sounding) name before she asked her question. Iddon said he would take statements after the questions then refused to let me talk saying they were out of time.

On the way out I was told that “the Nazis should have finished the job”.

The book is to be discussed at a meeting (also in London) organised by the Charity “War on Want” on 9 July. Just as adverts must be ‘legal, decent, honest and truthful’ so the material that Charities produce must be ‘legal, decent honest and truthful’. That is what Guidance Note CC9 from of the Charity Commission appears to require. It doesn’t actually use the words ‘legal, decent honest and truthful’. What it says is that the material charities produce must be “factually accurate and have a legitimate evidence base”.

“War on Want” sells a £4 Christmas card depicting Joseph and a pregnant Mary being accosted by two IDF soldiers by the wall, with a checkpoint in the background decked with an Israeli flag and with a rifle pointing out of it. “War on Want” and other charities sponsored the anti-Israel ‘Enough!” march in London in May 2007 and during ‘Cast Lead’ it put out Press Releases which were clearly biased. Now it is organising a launch of this book.

Don’t bother waiting for either Ben White or War on Want to condemn the conduct of last week’s Iranian election. You could be waiting a long time.

 

And second that comment introducing Efraim karsh by “Mikey”

If one is interested in the debunking some of the claims that Jonathan refers to his article, I highly recommend the following book:

Efraim Karsh: Fabricating Israeli History: The ‘New Historians’, Second Revised Edition (London: Frank Cass, 2000)

One can also refer to the article by Karsh in the September 2003 issue of Commentary and the exchange of views on that article between Karsh and Benny Morris in the letters pages of the December 2003 and March 2004 issues of the same magazine.

 http://www.hurryupharry.org/2009/06/19/a-work-of-fiction/

KHAMEINI´S FASCIST COUP DÉTAT

by Felix Quigley

December 20, 2009

A discussion on Iran at Harry´s Place

The introduction was the following

Those saying that Khamenei’s sermon Thursday was a conciliatory one and a call for calm are living in a dream world. The fact that Ayatollah Khamanei called the millions of people who came to the streets in the past few days “agents of the West” and called the election fair and historic is shocking and divisive, but expected.

His unwavering support for Ahmadinejad and the unwillingness to investigate the vote has made it impossible for any compromise to be reached.

This speech was absolutely meant to terrify the Iranian people off the streets and back into their homes. He has now stated that any protest is illegal and that any violence will be the responsibility of the opposition.

His calls for using legal systems for protesting the election results are meaningless when those laws have already been circumvented to declare Ahmadinejad the winner. Saying that Iran is a great democracy is also meaningless when any protest is illegal and lethal force is used to crack down on demonstrators.

There were 2 noteworthy comments to this

First from “Field”

Those saying that Khamenei’s sermon Thursday was a conciliatory one and a call for calm are living in a dream world. The fact that Ayatollah Khamanei called the millions of people who came to the streets in the past few days “agents of the West” and called the election fair and historic is shocking and divisive, but expected.

His unwavering support for Ahmadinejad and the unwillingness to investigate the vote has made it impossible for any compromise to be reached.

This speech was absolutely meant to terrify the Iranian people off the streets and back into their homes. He has now stated that any protest is illegal and that any violence will be the responsibility of the opposition.

His calls for using legal systems for protesting the election results are meaningless when those laws have already been circumvented to declare Ahmadinejad the winner. Saying that Iran is a great democracy is also meaningless when any protest is illegal and lethal force is used to crack down on demonstrators.

Second from Mettaculture

For me the speech shows that Khameini iis not the all powerful wise one, but someone who deep down realises that he has been out manoeuvred by Khameini and his Iraq war veterans military power base.

Caesar is now the puppet of his captain of the praetorian guard.

Moussavi is clearly the candidate that represents the old power of the clerical Khomeini’ists of the Revolution and would be the far more compliant president for Khameini, if he were any longer in any position of real rather than symbolic power.

This now has all the ingredients for an intra regime driven civil war.

The clerics of Qom are for Mousavi and against Ahmadinejad who they must see as having betrayed the ideals of the Islamic revolution, exchanging the Kingdom of Allah for a Military dictatorship in the name of Allah.

The Islamic Theo-political regime shows us how weak and unstable a theo-politics is as the politics is winning over the theology shifting to a military politico-theological regime.

The two are irreconcilable through history but the separation of church and state only happens with a strong state not a strong church.

I am afraid that Iran may need another 30 years before demographic and technological change see off the old guard of both the revolution and the Iraq war, which has created the character of modern Iran even more strongly than the Islamic revolution.

I don’t want to see huge numbers of people killed for what is a the regime wins in any event scenario.

If Khameini had sided with the clerics and the idealistic principles of the revolution, and chosen Moussavi to do this, rather than with military power in his his own self interest, he could have faced down the massive engine of repression that Ahminedjad now seems to be in control of (with his probable active conniving prior to this election).

As it is Moussavi’s immense stature within the conservative elements of the regime is now compromised and denied legitimacy.

it is a fascist military coup d’etat indeed and apparently a well planned one.

http://www.hurryupharry.org/2009/06/20/permission-for-a-bloodbath/

 

What I feel is left out even though I do not have as much information as has say mettaculture is the issue of

1. the nature of the world crisis

2. the role of the US Government and its relationship with Islamofascism, remembering that these western governments supported Islamofascism (Izetbegovic) in the Balkans

3. they leave out totally the issue of leadership

4. they tend to downplay the revolutionary nature of the youth and mix up content and appearance.

We will write more on this on Monday.

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THE “PALESTINIANS” ARE IN IRAN ATTACKING THE YOUTH!

by Felix Quigley

April 20, 2009

Of course they are. They have to be there and these are witness reports which affirms it. It was Arafat who was first on the scene in Iran in 1979 in support of Khomeiny which is normal and what you would expect since Arafat is a close relative of the Nazi Islamist Hajj Amin el Husseini who played a very leading role in the Holocaust of the Jews.

So it would be one big surprise if Fatah and Hamas (whom the journalist Stephen Ritson calls a resistance movement) were not on the streets of Teheran keeping order for the Islamists.

The discussion on Jihadwatch to this very issue I have found so interesting I take the liberty of reprinting it here for our readers. I agree with Robert the Palestinians being there is THE number one issue.

[begin discussion on Jihadwatch here]

It was ironic, this man said, that the victorious Ahmadinejad “tells us to pray for the young Palestinians, suffering at the hands of Israel.” His hope, he added, was that Israel would “come to its senses” and ruthlessly deal with the Palestinians….

Thats just plain weird.

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Wow to hear a Muslim say Israel should ruthlessly deal with the Palestinians.. that’s incredible.
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THIS COMMENT BY HUGH IS PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT

 

Hugh  96p · 2 days ago

Who trained Khomeini’s bezonians?
It was the PLO, and Yassir Arafat was happy to help.
Who was Khomeini’s very first honored foreign guest, when he first came to power and started his reign of terror?
It was PLO Chairman Yassir Arafat, whose henchman for years Abu Mazen (Mahmoud Abbas), fresh from receiving his Holocaust-denying doctorate from MGU (Moskovskij Gosudarstvennij Universitet imeni Lomonosova, promptly went to work for the PLO) is now the head of the Slow Jihadists of Fatah.
Who today helps the secret services of the Iranian dictatorship?
Hamas and Hezbollah.
Hezbollah and Hamas.

But let’s go further back.

Who brought, to the advanced and superior civilisation of Persia, Islam?
It was the Arab invaders, the Arabs who attempted to wipe out the Persian language and literature and culture, as they did everywhere they went, but in Iran were repelled not by warriors but by Firdousi, Hafez, Sa’adi, and Omar Khayyam, who through artistic creation and the preservation of Iranian history in verse, prevented the same Arab linguistic and cultural imperialism from succeeding as it had in so many other places, all over North Africa and the MIddle East.

The “gift of the Arabs.” Possibly it is time for at least some Iranians to “Return To Sender.”

One hopes, in any case, that the role of the “Palestinians” — the Gazan Arabs and “West Bank” Arabs and those who swell the UNRWA ranks claiming, not always truthfully, to be descendants of those “West Bank” or Gazan Arabs, so that they can remain permanently on the Infidel-taxpayer-supplied aid, through Arab-administered UNRWA — will never be forgotten by the Iranians who are now being beaten up, forced on the run, or even killed.

What, in the long history of Persia, have the Arabs ever brought to Persia that was for the good?
What?

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A little off-topic but…….

Have you read some of the bizarre opinions Robert Fisk has expressed lately in the Independent?

Such as describing Mohammad Khatami as “saintly” on 12/06/09.

You have to wonder if this “saintly” man repealed the laws making the age of consent for Iran girls being nine.

Statements Khatami himself has said include

“talk of changing the constitution amounts to changing the state. This is treachery”.

“Let me remind you that I did not come in the name of reform”.

This is what British politician, David Alton, said of Khatami

“in one year alone, in 1988, 30,000 political prisoners were butchered, an atrocity that has never once been condemned by Khatami. Indeed, as the Sunday Telegraph reported on 4th February, it is alleged that he was complicit in the massacre. It also begs a question, which I put to the Minister, as to whether we are pressing for those responsible to be tried for crimes against humanity. Amnesty International points out that under President Khatami, the reformer, there have been 800 executions. The question for us is whether such a regime is one in which we should be investing morally and politically.”

For Mr Fisk, it seems, there is no such question.

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I agree with the quoted Iranian… Israel really needs to wake up! There can be no peace solution with Jihadists!
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Iran under the Shah was one of the most progressive Muslim countries ever. It is too bad that most “reform” in the Muslim world comes from the top down like in Turkey in past days, or Egypt under Sadat.
I say let Iran fall apart then trick the Saudis into invading them…that should distract the Muslim world for a decade or two or internecine infighting while diverting a lot of money from soft jihad in the West.
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“Palestinians” played a key role in the Khomeini revolution in 1978 that brought the Mullahs to power in the first place, and in the US Embassy takover on Nov. 4, 1979, and just 17 days later, on Nov. 21, 1979, they also led the Pakistani mob who attacked and burned down the US Embassy in Pakistan, horribly butchering and murdering 4 people – all this during the reign of Carterus. And yet, both Carterus and Obamus Carterus are always ready to bat for the “Palesinians” who sided with all the worst enemies of the United States during the past century. Both betray Israel to aid the “Palestinian” enemy.
Ruslan Tokhchukov, EnragedSince1999.
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Without the Mullahs, Hamas will have to find another source of weapons. They are linked so badly that if one falls, the rest will fall.
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Totally off topic, but I think important. The Boeing Company has blocked internet access to Jihadwatch. It says it’s filters recognize Jihadwatch as a HATE site. Someone needs to confront these people.
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A defense contractor that makes a boatload of money each day selling products to defeat the global jihad thinks that a website which links news reports about Islam is a hate site. WTF! Expose these hypocrites!
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I have got this through email today, still have no verification.
Here’s an excerpt:

As the large news agencies are woefully uninformed on the situation in Iran, I’m here to fill in the details.
1. The goons in armor that you are seeing beating and killing unarmed civilians are Hamas and Hezbollah. They are paid killers brought in from Palestine and Lebanon to quell the uprising. The Iranian Regime knows that Iranians are very hesitant to fire on their own people, and has thus adopted the wise strategy of bringing in foreign mercenaries.
2. The body count that is being reported is well below the true number.
3. Word has gone out not to use the Ambulances. They are torturing then killing the wounded, then burying the bodies in mass graves.
4. Iranians Freedom Fighters have adopted new strategies. Hamas troops have been taking down apartment buildings and killing the inhabitants. The Iranians have started fleeing their buildings as the set them on fire, thus trapping the assault troops in an inferno.

Anyone else seen this in their inbox?

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Grahamr, what most visitors here already know, but might surprise you, I am originally from a Muslim minority in Russia. I am now a non-practicing Muslim, a Muslim for identification purposes only. I am well aware that Islamism is the greatest threat to humankind, and determined to oppose and fight it, ballot or bullet, word or sword. I identify a lot with the German anti-Nazi author Hans Habe who fought his fellow Germans and passionatelly called on the US to join Britain in defending against Hitler. The US did not listen, and got attacked, from both oceans. As for Russia, I am objective here: it has its faults, but in the Balkans it is a fully positive force, while the US is squarely allied with the forces of pure evil. Its anti-Russian imperial strategy aids the Global Jihad. Instead of trying to win Russia over as an ally against jihad, it aids jihad against Russia and Serbia.
Ruslan Tokhchukov, EnragedSince1999.
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Grahamr, in response to your ?, I am now an American citizen, which motivates me all the more to speak out against the wrongs committed by my US government. Throughout that memorable year of 1999, I held countless “one-man rallies” in downtown Seattle, protesting the US and NATO Kosovo war on Albanian terrorists’ side and against the Serb victims, signs and posters all around me using language more ferocious than that in any of my posts here. Crowds gathered and asked questions which confirmed what I already knew: the vast majority of Americans had no idea what their government was doing in their name. I knew, and was enraged. Exactly 10 years later, I still am. Kosovo, I will never get over. I have no doubt whatsoever that 9/11 was punishment for Kosovo. Indeed, the CIA criminals threw away German tip on a future 9/11 hijacker Marwan al-Shehhi, because, as they themselves admit, they were too busy helping Albanian KLA terrorists murder Serb civilians.
Ruslan Tokhchukov, EnragedSince1999.
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Thank you, Hugh. An apt quote from a wise Russian fable-writer Krylov.
Ruslan.
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Interesting, this bit, when the angry Persian says: “Taking our people’s money is not enough, they are thirsty for our blood too.”

Rephrase as: ‘Why should we give money / aid to the ‘palestinian’ Arabs when all they want to do is kill us?”.

Right on mate. There’s plenty of folks in the west, too, whose governments have *ALSO* – for entirely different reasons to those motivating the ayatollahs – been pouring their citizens’ money down the ratholes of Gaza and Ramallah and Jenin, etc, and who have become aware that the overweening desire of the jihadis who inhabit those rat-holes, is to kill (or at best enslave) the donors.

Obvious thing to do, if one can manage it, is to stop giving money to the ungrateful murderous b*st*rds. What fun if, for entirely different reasons, yet activated by a very similar disgust, BOTH ‘the West’ AND assorted Muslims were to simply stop giving money to the shock-troops of Jihad, in and around Israel.

This young man in Iran – in Persia – is a Persian Muslim; and he will, therefore, given that Islam is at its core a rationale for Arab Imperialism, Arab supremacism, NEVER be seen as an equal by ARAB Muslims. In the glee with which Arab Muslims are seizing their excuse to kill Persian Muslims, this young man is getting a hint of the horrid fact that he and his are despised.

Arabs on top, in the ummah; everyone else, Persians and Pakistanis and Malays below that, to be used and abused (the Arab Muslim jihadis in Afghanistan did not endear themselves to the locals by their obvious contempt for the non-Arabs); and right at the bottom the black Muslims, slave-fodder, eunuch-fodder.

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Abu Lahad,
Saw a second or two of a Burning Building in Tehran on ,I believe FOX, but no Reference per se to what ,why, or WHOM.
This is COMPLETELY Believable about Palestinian (Fatah & Hamas) and Lebanese(Hezbollah).
The Mullahs Learned from 1979 NOT to make the SAME Mistakes today, that the Shah,FORCED by Carter’s actions and NON-ACTIONS,had to make.
It’s OBVIOUS that their Nurturing of Hezbollah and now Hamas as well, had another Target in addition to Israel, THEIR OWN IRANIAN /PERSIAN POPULATION.
As Iran gets CLOSER to a Nuclear Weapon, They are INCREASINGLY More OUTRAGEOUS!
NOW is Not the time to just be “Present”
It’s Time to SHOW UP for the Free World ,Right NOW!
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On Tuesday two protesters told The Jerusalem Post that Palestinian Hamas members are helping the Iranian authorities crush street protests in support of Mousavi.

Brothers in arms is all. That’s why they call it the Land of Islam, that’s why they call their precious belief system Surrender, and they ain’t talking about being on the business end of a surrender, either.

*** 3:19 ***

Lo! Religion with Allah is Surrender.
— God belatedly giving his new religion a name in Koran 3:19

Mousavi and Prez Mahmoud are on the same page. Just a nasty little spat of careerism here. Nothing to see here, folks, please move along. Prez Obama did, so should you.

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The Persians call islam “arab occupation”, Khomeini regime they call “second arab occupation” and this might be the third one – but this time they will fail. Some Turks call islam also disdainfully “arap dini” – arabic religion.

This might be the last chapter of islam in Iran. The final seal of prophet – a little silly monkey – Ahmedinejad the stupid. Even little kids in Iran know who is the monkey. A bogey man – who brings islam to your neighbourhood.

We had the same – the last communist monkey (to close the communst chapter in Czechoslovakia) – called Miloš Jakeš. I have recognized immediately Ahmed as such genius. These ultraorthodox morons or monkeys have a magic power to destroy their own regimes…please give them some credit.

Having him in Iran saved us probably many years of tedious opposition fights, tricks, hiding, compromises, silly pseudoreforms. Even nuclear bomb. I hope Israel will build one day a monument to Ahmeds stupidity in Haifa or Tel-Aviv and celebrate his true greatness. That might bring a lot of Iranian tourists. All laughing at the monument and enjoying the ice-cream with the family.

Yes – the mullahs got something quite reliable in him to keep their privileges and businesses. Alas – too reliable. Alas – showing too much of the greatness of islam and islamic revolution – in his face, threats, boasting, cowardly criminal acts and inspired speeches.

In 2009 – a little lonely monkey defeats islam – what a shame: talking heads, analysts, academics, secret services! You should have studied all the monkey political law.

And if I am right – expect more chain reactions. Oh, poor jihadis, you want to conquer Europe, unable to keep Iran? Who will send money to you? To Bosna, Lebanon, Gaza? I hope Iranians will claim all the money back. Work hard!

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Iran for the last 29 years has been ruled by the ayatollahas. almost half of the iranians are less then 30 years old. These people have seen that the islamists in power, have given them poverty, drug abuse, boredom, oppression, and general discontent. many of these are dissadents, they oppose everything that the ruling ayatollahas and their henchmen stand for. don’t surprised that these young people express very strong pro western and anti ayatollahas feelings.
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This is not a new thing unfortunately. During the early times following the islamic revolution, my parents had an ugly encounter with one of those arab imported thugs. My parents were walking in the street and this militia man went up to my mum and right up into her face and started screaming at her in arabic and waving his hands around in a threatening manner. My mum had no idea why this neanderthal was screaming at her but instinctly put her hands to her head to see whether her hijab was on “correctly” and scanned the rest of her body as to whether she was properly dressed according to “islamic ideals”. My dad lost his cool and shoved the twirp and screamed back “What are you saying? We dont understand you. Speak Farsi or atleast Armenian so I can understand why you would be treating my wife in such an ugly manner”

30 years on and my parents are still p*ssed off about that incident.

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Another Family Feud! A Grudge match over the Pie being made with Rotten or Wormy Apples. I suppose we should support the Wormy Apples. If your handy with a knife you might save enough of the Fruit.

In the mean time, let them throw the Apples at each other while the crust is baking.

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Free Persia!
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Where will all these displaced Syrians called ‘palestineans’ be able to encamp without causing trouble ?

Bermuda ?

The Obamination can get them there.

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On Tuesday two protesters told The Jerusalem Post that Palestinian Hamas members are helping the Iranian authorities crush street protests in support of Mousavi.
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I’ve heard rumors that Hizb’allah members are involved also–not withstanding that Mousavi was *one of the founders* of that murderous organization.

Islam–where everyday is the “Night of the Long Knives”. The “peace of Islam” in action. Ugly, ugly stuff.

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Is there no way we can encourage the people of Iran who are now being brutalized by the bastard thugs running that theocracy ?

The failed pres hasnt the balls or the brains to stand up for the Iranian people.

This failed president is not even for our own liberty. Screw him.

How can we encourage the Iranian people ?

THE PROTESTING YOUTH IN IRAN MUST BE DEFENDED

By Felix Quigley

June 20, 2009

Robert on Jihadwatch has an excellent insight into the war against the Mullahs in Iran

[begin quote from Jihadwatch here]

This just in from a contact who is in touch with people in Iran. Usually Khamenei doesn’t lead Friday prayers or give a sermon — usually a “substitute” prayer leader does it. But today Khamenei gave his pitch, and here’s the result:

I just had call from Iran, tonight people in streets and the roof of their houses were shouting “Allah Akbar”, “Down with Khamenei”, “Down with Dictator”.

This has, of course, gone way beyond a call to allow Mousavi take office. Will it topple the Islamic Republic itself? Certainly things are spiraling way out of control as far as the mullahs are concerned. The shouts of “Allahu akbar” should not be taken to indicate that the Islamic Republic is not threatened — that’s the cultural context in which these people are operating, and doesn’t mean that there is not discontent with the very foundations of the state.

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Readers of this blog should now visit this thread on Jihadwatch and view in particular the comments which are infredibly reactionary and show the strange paths that they can get into. A little like Yamit82 on Israpundit getting the fols there all tied up in Holocaust denial, if it is Serbs who are holocausted.

The discussion is on

http://www.jihadwatch.org/archives/026656.php#respond

 

The comments stand in marked contrast to the correct reference above of  Robert. I will repeat what he says

 

“The shouts of “Allahu akbar” should not be taken to indicate that the Islamic Republic is not threatened — that’s the cultural context in which these people are operating, and doesn’t mean that there is not discontent with the very foundations of the state.”

In dialectical terms it is the difference between form and content.

The content is the crisis in world capitalism which has driven the Islamofascists into a corner, where they can satisfy no single demand of the masses in the cities and universities especially, and where the Ahmadinajad base among the ruRal poor has eroded as well.

What is left then for the Mullahs? Mainly just hatred of Jews. Their attacks on America has got this as content as well, that is antisemitism.

The form is the demonstrations which are exceedingly dangerous to participate in and require the ultimate in courage on the part of the youth.

Read how these shit commentators on Jihad watch run these youth into the gutter, in their minds and language, they do not see the revolutionary content of the demonstrating youth.

If you scan through Israpundit you will see something similar by a Mr Bill Narvey. Que surprise!

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ISLAMISTS BEHEAD STUDENT ON UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

June 20, 2009

This has been covered in Jihadwatch as well

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Militants behead Afghan university student
 
 
www.chinaview.cn 2009-06-19 21:17:26  
 
    KABUL, June 19 (Xinhua) — Several armed militants entered the compound of Kandahar University in south Afghanistan Friday and after beheading a student took away another.

    “The gruesome incident occurred at 11:00 a.m. local time when several unknown armed militants entered the compound while students were enjoying weekly holiday (Friday) in the garden of university and horribly beheaded Mushtaq Ahmad and took away another,” Ahmad Shah a student of the university told Xinhua.

    The terrified Shah added that Mushtaq was a student of grade fourth of medical faculty of Kandahar university.

    This is the first time that militants attack higher educational institutions in the country.

    Police officials at the site did not put finger at any particular groups, saying the enemies of peace a term used against Taliban militants are behind such barbaric acts.

    Taliban fighters who have vowed to intensify activities this year in Afghanistan have not made comment so far.