March 27 2011
We call for victory to Gadhafi and for the defeat of NATO, really the Empire Sharia Alliance
Jared Israel of Emperors Clothes has shown the dire threat from Islam and from this deadly alliance between Islam and capitalist Empire winning
The Media leads us astray. The Media are full of liars.
One was led to believe by this Media that Gadhafi was just another Muslim and that this was just another fight between Muslims
But there is a history of deadly conflict between Gadhafi and Islam as is represented today by the Muslim Brotherhood
The following picture is translated into English as
English: People at a Benghazi rally watching the photos of victims of Abu Sleem massacre (occured in 1996).
If these are all pictures of Islamist opponents of Gadhafi in a jail in Tripoli who they claim were massacred by Gadhafi then there must have been an intense fight going on between Gadhafi and his Islam opponents inside Libya
The public in the West have not been told a word about this
The public has not been told that Cameron is fighting on behalf of Sharia and against Gadhafi in Libya
Jared Israel on Emperor’s Clothes (http://tenc.net/libya.htm) has analysed some of this opposition:
While in 2009 most Iranian protesters opposed Islamist rule, in Libya fierce Islamists apparently dominate the rebels. Thus in a March 7 New York Times article that supports the rebels, even as the Times denies that Islamists dominate the rebel side, the Times reports that, in the rebel bastion of Darnah:
[Excerpt from The New York Times starts here]
only the Muslim Brotherhood and more militant strands thought to number in the hundreds show signs of organization, many having forged bonds in prison or fighting the government in the 1990s. One of those men is Abdul-Hakim al-Hasidi, who fought for five years in Afghanistan, ended up in Colonel Qaddafi’s jails for four years and now, with hundreds of armed men, runs the defenses of Darnah and its hinterland.
He helps run much of the city’s rump bureaucracy as well, drawing on a formidable talent for logistics recognized by many in the town.
— “Diverse Character in City Qaddafi Calls Islamist,” by Anthony Shadid, The New York Times, March 7, 2011
[Excerpt from The New York Times ends here]
So in Darnah – in which according to the Times secular and Islamist influences mingle in a fashion the Times says is typical of the rebellion – it is an ‘Afghan Arab,’ one of the foreign Islamist fanatics who went to Afghanistan as part of the Western sponsored war against the Soviets in the 1980s and/or fought on the side of the Taliban in the 1990s, who leads both the military and political structures. Can one get more Islamist?
And, the Times tells us, it is the Muslim Brotherhood “and more militant strands” who are the only forces that presently “show signs of organizing.” Nevertheless, the times poo-poohs the idea that Mr. al-Hasidi and his associates would rule Libya if they were to win, because:
“He promised to lay down his arms once victory is won and return, he said, to teaching.”
What does the Times take us for, children? He promised not to rule? Did he say “Cross my heart and hope to die”?
Consistent with the leading role Islamists in general and the Muslim Brotherhood in particular are – according to the pro-rebellion Times – playing in the anti-Gaddafi revolt, the Brotherhood fiercely supports the rebellion; witness the fact that, on February 21, Yusuf Qaradawi, who played a leading role in the recent turmoil in Egypt and is the Mufti of the Muslim Brotherhood, which is headquartered in Egypt, issued this fatwa:
“ ‘Whoever in the Libyan army is able to shoot a bullet at Mr Kadhafi should do so,’ Qaradawi, an Egyptian-born cleric who is usually based in Qatar, told Al-Jazeera television.”
— Agence France Presse, February 21, 2011 http://news.yahoo.co…a_20110221212046