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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Ramadan 2011

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As expected, the Religion of Peace crushed the competition again this Ramadan. Final numbers are still pending, but so far, devout Muslims have killed at least ten times as many people during their holiest month than were murdered by Norway's Anders Breivik in July
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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

DEMOHARTATIA !

Q - If the term “Democracy” is Not in the Arab or Islamic Lexicon, Which word they are using instead?
A -
DEMOHARTATIA !

Senior Official in Egyptian Islamic Jihad: If We Come to Power, We will launch a campaign of Islamic conquests to instate Shari’a worldwide: ‘The Christian is Free to Worship His God in His Church, but if the Christians Make Problems for the Muslims, I Will Exterminate Them’

On August 13, 2011, the Egyptian daily Roz Al-Yousef published an interview with Sheikh ‘Adel Shehato, a senior official in Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ), who, on March 23, 2011, was freed from prison in the wake of the Egyptian revolution. He was imprisoned in 1991 upon returning from a three-year sojourn in Afghanistan.

In the interview, Shehato expressed complete opposition to democracy “because it is not the faith of the Muslims, but the faith of the Jews and Christians.” He said that although the youth of the Arab revolutions have not declared the implementation of shari’a as one of their goals, the mujahideen nonetheless identify with their aspiration to overthrow the Arab rulers, whom they had always considered “infidels who must be killed because they do not rule according to the shari’a.” He added, however, that “once Allah’s law is applied, the role of the people will end and Allah will reign supreme.” He went on to say that although he supports Al-Qaeda’s ideology, shari’a law would not be enforced by violence but by da’wa (preaching), whereas violence would be used only against the infidel Arab rulers.

Shehato said that if the mujahideen came to power in Egypt, they would launch a campaign of Islamic conquests aimed at subjecting the entire world to Islamic rule. Muslim ambassadors would be appointed to each country, charged with calling upon them to join Islam willingly, but if the countries refused, war would be waged against them. He also described the nature of the Islamic state to be established in Egypt: there would be no trade or cultural ties with non-Muslims; tourist sites at the pyramids, the Sphinx, and Sharm Al-Sheikh would be shut down “because the tourists come [there] to drink alcohol and fornicate,” and all tourists wishing to visit Egypt would be required to comply with the conditions and laws of Islam; all art, painting, singing, dancing, and sculpture would be forbidden, and all culture would be purely Islamic.

Following are excerpts of the interview:

The Term “Democracy” is Not in the Arab or Islamic Lexicon; Once Allah’s Law Reigns Supreme, the People’s Role will End

Q: “Do you support the uprising?”

Shehato: “…The [Egyptian] youth rose up for a certain ideal… They did not rise up in order to put the shari’a into practice, nor did they [complain] that Mubarak’s regime did not rule in accordance with the shari’a… As Muslims, we must believe that the Koran is our constitution, and that it is [therefore] impossible for us to institute a Western democratic regime. I oppose democracy because it is not the faith of the Muslims, but the faith of the Jews and Christians. Simply put, democracy means the rule of the people itself over itself… According to Islam, it is forbidden for people to rule and to legislate laws, as Allah alone is ruler. Allah did not hand down the term [democracy] as a form of rule, and it is completely absent from the Arab and Islamic lexicon…”

Q: “If you do not believe in the rule of the people, why did you go out to Al-Tahrir Square with the slogan ‘he People Wants to Implement the Shari’a?’ Are you exploiting democracy in order to achieve what you want [only] to then abolish [democracy]?”

Shehato: “I am not exploiting democracy, since I have never joined and will never join politics or party activity… We believe that implementation of the shari’a [must be accomplished] far from the political game, though some [other] Islamic streams are willing to participate [in this game] in order to achieve the same goal [i.e., implementation of the shari'a]. We said that ‘the people wants to implement the shari’a’ because most of the people are Muslims, and also based on [our] reading of the situation on the ground. [At the same time,] we did not make demands for the people’s sake in the people’s name, but demanded the rule of Allah. And once Allah’s law is instated, the role of the people will end and Allah will reign supreme.”

Q: “How do you reconcile your opposition to the will of the people with the notion of shura [consultation] in Islam?”

Shehato: “‘Shura’ in Islam means that alongside the Muslim ruler, there is a steering council comprising the finest of the senior Muslim clerics, to be selected on the basis of their piety and political leadership [abilities]. But there is no consultation with commoners, such as workers and fallahin, nor is there consultation over issues that contravene the shari’a.”

“The Christian is Free to Worship His God in His Church, but if the Christians Make Problems for the Muslims, I Will Exterminate Them”

Q: “What solution is the EIJ suggesting [today], after the revolution?”

Shehato: “…We still espouse the old jihadi ideology that is today the ideology of Sheikh Ayman Al-Zawahiri, the late Sheikh Osama bin Laden, and Abu Muhammad Al-Maqdisi… If the revolution was meant to overthrow the tyrant Mubarak, then we have always said that all the Arab rulers, without exception, are infidels who must be killed because they do not rule according to the shari’a. They are apostate infidels, as opposed to infidels like the Jews and Christians, and anyone who doubts that they are infidels is an infidel [himself].”

Q: “But we Egyptians have never regarded the Christians as infidels. [In fact,] many of us have Christian friends even closer than our Muslim friends.”

Shehato: “As a Muslim, I must support the Muslim and oppose the Christian. If there is a Christian who does me no harm, I will maintain limited contact with him. Islam [discusses] certain degrees of contact with the Christian, namely: keeping promises [that were made him], dealing honestly with him, treating him kindly, and befriending him. The first three are allowed, but the fourth [i.e., befriending the Christian] is deemed dangerous, for it contravenes the verse that says, ‘O you who believe! Do not take my enemy and your enemy for friends: would you offer them love while they deny what has come to you of the truth’ [Koran 60:1]. It is inconceivable that they should serve in judiciary or executive posts, for instance in the army or the police.”

Q: “Are you against blowing up churches?”

Shehato: “Yes and no. The Christian is free to worship his god in his church, but if the Christians make problems for the Muslims, I will exterminate them. I am guided by the shari’a, and it stipulates that they must pay the jizya tax while in a state of humiliation…”

Q: “These positions of yours frighten us, as Egyptians.”

Shehato: “I will not act [in ways] that contradict my faith just in order to please the people… We say to the Christians, convert to Islam or pay the jizya, otherwise we will fight you. The shari’a is not based on [human] logic but on divine law. That is why we oppose universal, manmade constitutions.”

If the Muslims Rise to Power in Egypt, They Will Form Muslim Battalions to Enforce the Shari’a Worldwide

Q: “If you rise to power in Egypt, will you launch a campaign of Islamic conquest?”

Shehato: “Of course we will launch a campaign of Islamic conquest, throughout the world. As soon as the Muslims and Islam control Egypt and implement the shari’a [there], we will turn to the neighboring regions, [such as] Libya [to the west] and Sudan to the south. All the Muslims in the world who wish to see the shari’a implemented worldwide will join the Egyptian army in order to form Islamic battalions, whose task will be to bring about the victory of [our] faith. We hope that, with Allah’s help, Egypt will be the spark [that sets off this process]…”

Q: “You said that you endorse the ideology of Osama bin Laden and Ayman Al-Zawahiri. Does this mean that your way of implementing shari’a in Egypt will be through violence and war, like their [way]?”

Shehato: “No, we will implement the shari’a through da’wa [preaching], while violence will be directed only at the infidel Arab rulers. In their case, there is no choice but to use force, though the shari’a does not call it ‘violence’ but ‘jihad for the sake of Allah.’ There is no other way… because they have power and weapons…”

Q: “How will the foreign ministry [operate] in an Islamic state?”

Shehato: “There are Muslims and there are infidels. We will have ambassadors in every country. We want to call all other countries to join Islam, and that will be the task of the ambassadors. If [the countries] refuse, there will be war. We will not tolerate mutual trade and cultural ties with non-Muslims.”

“In the [Islamic] State, There will Be Only Islamic Culture”

Q: “If you rise to power, what will be your approach to tourism?”

Shehato: “There will be tourism for purposes of [medical] treatment, but the tourism sites of the pyramids, the Sphinx, and Sharm Al-Sheikh will be shut down, because my task [as a ruler] is to get people to serve Allah rather than [other] people [i.e., tourists]. No proud Muslim will ever be willing to live off tourism profits, because the tourists come [to Egypt] to drink alcohol and fornicate. [If they] want to come, they must comply with the conditions and laws of Islam. We will explain to them that, according to the shari’a, the pyramids are [the remains of] a pagan and polytheistic age.”

Q: “What will be the state of art and literature in such a state?”

Shehato: “In Islam, there is no such thing as art. Painting, singing, and dancing are forbidden. Therefore, in the [Islamic] state there will be nothing but Islamic culture, for I cannot teach [people] the infidel culture. As for literature, such as [the works] of Naguib Mahfouz, it is forbidden. Naguib Mahfouz was a criminal who stimulated [people's] desires and struck a severe blow to modesty. We will return to the decent culture of the Muslims and the Muslim forefathers, and to Islamic history.”


Why Golda Meir was right

Why Golda Meir was right

Burak Bekdil Tuesday, August 23, 2011
BURAK BEKDİL

It has been more than two and a half years since Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan told to Israeli President Shimon Peres’s face, “You (Jews) know well how to kill.” Prime Minister Erdoğan has also declared more than a few times that the main obstacle to peace in this part of the world is Israel, once calling the Jewish state “a festering boil in the Middle East that spreads hate and enmity.” In this holy month of Ramadan full of blood on Muslim territories, let’s try to identify who are the ones who know well how to kill.

As the Syrian death count clicks every day to come close to 2,000, the Turkish-Kurdish death count does not stop, already over 40,000 since 1984, both adding to the big pool of blood called the Middle East. Only during this Ramadan, the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK’s, death toll has reached 50 in this Muslim Kurds vs. Muslim Turks war. This excludes the PKK casualties in Turkey and in northern Iraq due to Turkish military retaliation since they are seldom accurately reported.

Let’s speak of facts.

Sudan is not in the conventional Middle East, so let’s ignore the genocide there. Let’s ignore, also, the West Pakistani massacres in East Pakistan (Bangladesh) totaling 1.25 million in 1971. Or 200,000 deaths in Algeria in war between Islamists and the government in 1991-2006.

But a simple, strictly Middle East research will give you one million deaths in the all-Muslim Iran-Iraq war; 300,000 Muslim minorities killed by Saddam Hussein; 80,000 Iranians killed during the Islamic revolution; 25,000 deaths in 1970-71, the days of Black September, by the Jordanian government in its fight against the Palestinians; and 20,000 Islamists killed in 1982 by the elder al-Assad in Hama. The World Health Organization’s estimate of Osama bin Laden’s carnage in Iraq was already 150,000 a few years earlier.

In a 2007 research, Gunnar Heinsohn from the University of Bremen and Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum, found out that some 11 million Muslims have been violently killed since 1948, of which 35,000, (0.3 percent) died during the six years of Arab war against Israel, or one out of every 315 fatalities. In contrast, over 90 percent who perished were killed by fellow Muslims.

According to Mssrs. Heinsohn and Pipes, the grisly inventory finds the total number of deaths in conflicts all over the world since 1950 numbering around 85 million. Of that, the Muslim Arab deaths in the Arab-Israeli conflict were at 46,000 including 11,000 during Israel’s war of independence. That makes 0.05 percent of all deaths in all conflicts, or 0.4 percent of all Arab deaths in the Arab-Israeli conflict.

In another calculation ignoring “small” massacres like the one that goes on in Syria and other deaths during the Arab Spring, only Saddam’s Iraq, Jordan, the elder al-Assad’s Syria, Iran-Iraq war, the bin Laden campaign in Iraq, the Iranian Islamic revolution and the Turkish-Kurdish conflict caused 1.65 million Muslim deaths by Muslims compared to less than 50,000 deaths in the Arab-Israeli conflict since 1950, including fatalities during and after Operation Cast Lead which came after the Heinsohn-Pipes study. For those who don’t have a calculator ready at their desks, allow me to tell: 50,000 is three percent of 1.65 million.

Golda Meir, the fourth prime minister of Israel, or rather the “Mother of Israel,” had a perfectly realistic point when she said that peace in the Middle East would only be possible “when Arabs love their children more than they hate us.”

Monday, August 29, 2011

INFIDELOPHOBIA


ISLAMOPHOBIA


Wikipedia
Islamophobia is the fear and/or hatred of Islam, Muslims or Islamic culture. Islamophobia can be characterised by the belief that all or most Muslims are religious fanatics, have violent tendencies towards non-Muslims, and reject as directly opposed to Islam such concepts as equality, tolerance, and democracy.


INFIDELOPHOBIA



Alexpedia
Infidelophobia is the fear and/or hatred of Judaism, Zionism, Christianity, Budhism, and all the other NON Islamic religions and/or culture ! Infidelophobia can be characterised by the belief that all Non-Muslims are FANATICINFIDELS, have violent tendencies towards Muslims, and reject as directly opposed to Islam such concepts as non-equality, intolerance, and theocracy.



INFIDELOPHOBIA

Pastopedia
Infidelophobia is the fear and/or hatred of Judaism, Zionism, Christianity, Budhism, and all the other NON Islamic religions and/or culture ! Infidelophobia is characterized by the belief that all Non-Muslims are FANATIC INFIDELS, because they have general disagreements with Islam, and reject Sharia law, especially the property-hood of women, the murder of "apostates", and Jihad against anyone who is not Muslim .

Gaddafi raped female bodyguards



Five women who formed part of Moamer Gaddafi's select unit of female bodyguards are claiming they were raped and abused by the now hunted dictator, The Sunday Times of Malta reported.

The women have told Benghazi-based psychologist Seham Sergewa they were sexually abused by Gaddafi and his sons before being discarded once the men had become "bored" with them.

The claims form part of a dossier being collated by Sergewa for the International Criminal Court and possible trial that Gaddafi and members of his inner circle may face in Libya if and when they are captured alive.

One of the women told Sergewa how she had been blackmailed into joining the bodyguard brigade, once believed to number as many as 400 women, after the regime fabricated a story that her brother was carrying drugs on his way back to Libya from a holiday in Malta.

"She was told 'you either become a bodyguard or your brother will spend the rest of his life in prison'," Sergewa told The Sunday Times of Malta in an interview in Benghazi.

"She had been expelled from university and was told to seek Gaddafi's intervention to be reinstated. She was told she had to undergo a medical test that included an HIV test that was administered by an East European nurse."

Eventually she was taken to meet Gaddafi at his Bab Aziziya compound in Tripoli, and led to his private quarters where she found him in his pyjamas.

"She could not understand because she saw him as a father figure, leader of the nation, that sort of thing. She refused his advances and he raped her," Sergewa said.

A pattern emerged in the stories. The women would be first raped by the dictator and then passed on to one of his sons and eventually to high-ranking officials for more abuse before eventually being let go, the psychologist said.

The women stepped forward after Sergewa started investigating claims of systematic rape, allegedly committed by loyalist troops during the conflict.Author: Herman Grech.

7 Facts About Gadaffi’s Beautiful Virgin Killing Machines



1. They are all virgins and take a vow of chastity when becoming official bodyguards.
2. Gaddafi believes it is empowering for women to be his bodyguards. He says, “Women should be trained for combat, so that they do not become easy prey for their enemies.”
3. They are all trained killers and hand-picked by Gaddafi himself.
4. The girls wear lipstick, jewellery, polished nails, and even high heels.
5. All of his girls are said to swear an oath that they will give their lives for him and it is claimed they never leave his side, night or day.
6. In 1998 one of them was killed and seven others wounded when Islamic fundamentalists in Libya ambushed the Colonel's motorcade. The dead bodyguard, rumoured to be his favourite, threw herself across Gaddafi's body to stop the bullets.
7. Gaddafi makes the final selection and, despite his insistence that his guards are chaste, rumours abound that he demands their sexual favours.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

ANTICOPTISM !


August 28, 2011 by Dioscorus Boles

Egyptian Coptic Christians hold a funeral for those killed in the anticoptic attack by the Islamists on the Imbaba Church, in Cairo, on 8 March 2011

Anticoptism (anti-coptism or anti-Coptism) معاداة الأقباط, المعاداة للأقباط، معاداة القبطية, ضـد القبطية: is the antisemitism of Egypt,[i] but that is not enough to define it. Let us first start by defining a much better known concept – anti-Semitism, and from there try to define anticoptism.

Antisemetism expressed itself in diver ways, as is the case with anticoptism

Antisemitism (anti-semitism or anti-Semitism): معاداة السامية, ضـد السامية, معاداة اليهود, المعاداة لليهود

I will simply copy the definitions given by major English language dictionaries and encyclopaedias:

  • Cambridge Dictionary: the strong dislike or cruel and unfair treatment of Jewish people.[ii]
  • Oxford Dictionary: hostility to or prejudice against Jews.[iii]
  • Merriam-Webster Dictionary: hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial group.[iv]
  • The Holocaust Encyclopedia: prejudice against or hatred of Jews.[v] تعني عبارة “معاداة السامية” أفكاراً مسبقة معادية وكرهاً لليهود[vi]
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica: hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious or racial group.[vii]
  • Wikipedia: Antisemitism (also spelled anti-semitism or anti-Semitism) is prejudice against or hostility towards Jews often rooted in hatred of their ethnic background, culture, and/or religion. In its extreme form, it “attributes to the Jews an exceptional position among all other civilizations, defames them as an inferior group and denies their being part of the nation[s]” in which they reside. A person who holds such views is called an “antisemite”. Antisemitism may be manifested in many ways, ranging from individual expressions of hatred and discrimination against individual Jews to organized violent attacks by mobs, or even state police, or military attacks on entire Jewish communities.[viii]

Arabic dictionaries and encyclopaedias largely tend to ignore the term altogether, and where it is mentioned, it just gives the equivalent term in Arabic:

  • A New English Dictionary for Speakers of Arabic:[ix] does not mention the word.
  • Al-Munjid fil lugha wal a-alam (37th ed.):[x] does not mention the word.
  • Al-Mawrid Al-Waset (4th ed.):[xi] simply gives the equivalent words to anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic, which are المعاداة لليهود و معادٍ لليهود , respectively.
  • Wikipedia: معاداة السامية أو معاداة اليهود (in English: Anti-Semitism‏) هو مصطلح يعطى لمعاداة اليهودية كمجموعة عرقية ودينية وإثنية.[1] والمعنى الحرفي أو المعجمـي للعبارة هو “ضـد السامية”، وتُترجَم أحياناً إلى “اللاسامية”.[xii]

From the above, one can see that antisemitism is traditionally defined in terms of the emotions and behaviour of the aggressors: it consists of intense dislike and hatred of the Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial group; and these harboured emotions lead to hostile acts against the Jews in the form of prejudice, discrimination or cruel and unfair treatment. Here lies the core meaning of all hate and hostility directed against a religious, ethnic or racial group by another group – and this central meaning shall constitute our definition of anticoptism. One will immediately note from the definitions of both antisemetism, and anticoptism which we will come to in a moment, the basic fault and evilness that motivate those who practise them: haters of Jews and Copts do not believe that the latters are brothers and sisters in humanity or that are deserving of equal t dignity and rights to them.

As I already said, anticoptism is the anti-Semitism for Egypt. Of course there are differences: anti-Semitism is universal while anticoptism is localised mainly to Egypt; anti-Semitism is practised by people from all over the world and with various religious backgrounds, while anticoptism seems to be a phenomenon restricted to the Muslims of Egypt.[xiii] But the differences stop there: both are nasty and hateful phenomena that have caused quite a lot of suffering and misery to millions of people for centuries and centuries. It is essential that we take account of both the differences and the similarities when we try to define this newly-coined word.

Anticoptism is the intense dislike and hate by the Egyptian Muslim of the Copts which leads him or her to express it in diver hostile ways, including written and verbal lies and insults, segregation, discrimination and other cruel treatment.

The anticopt (المعادي للأقباط، الكاره للأقباط ) is the Egyptian Muslim who harbours or practises antocoptism – i.e. an Egyptian Muslim who hates the Copts and this may lead him or her to hostile attitude towards them that may be expressed in literature, speech or actions of segregation, discrimination and other cruelty.

This is not the place to cite examples of anticoptism. Whoever wants to find more about anticoptism in action let him review the history of the Copts and their experience with the Muslims since 639 AD. Three qualifications must be said:

  1. Not all Muslims are anticopts or have expressed anticoptism. We acknowledge that there are Muslims who have resisted their cultural inheritance and looked at the Copts as fellow-human beings and co-patriots. These, together, we call moderate Muslims, and Coptic nationalists do not deny their presence or role. The coined words ‘anticoptism’ and ‘anticopt’ are not designed to demonise all Egyptian Muslims but to highlight a serious religiosity problem that is deeply ingrained in Egyptian Muslim culture and history, and must be exposed, acknowledged and dealt with, by the Muslims of Egypt themselves before any other.
  2. The manifestations of anticoptism range from the mild to the severe, and while one may show the mildest form of it another will show its worst manifestation.
  3. It is acknowledged that certain periods in Egypt’s history since the Arab invasion have witnessed the worst manifestations of anticoptism while other periods have been comparatively mild. This must not distract us from the fact that even during good periods an undercurrent of anticoptism survived

Anticoptism was more acutely and severely practised in the past – it is, however, still prevalent in Egypt. Those who deny its existence only want to perpetuate its practice and to maintain their religious prejudices; those who acknowledge its existence are the ones who want to create a modern, democratic country that holds it true that all Egyptians are human beings and co-patriots; that all of them are born free and equal in dignity and rights, and that all of them are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.[xiv] One must be frank here: the first group is the one which holds religion above anything else – Islam dictates to them what is right and what is wrong, what is just and what is unjust; they do not use their minds or employ their conscience and reason to guide them into what is really right and just, and what is really wrong and unjust. They are happy to live with all the contradictions in their world and to use twisted logic in maintaining the incompatibility between their beliefs and the concepts of universal brotherhood, equal dignity for all and the fundamental freedoms and human rights that the rest of the world upholds. These are the Islamists who are the responsible for justifying, propagating and practising anticoptism. The other group is the moderate Muslims who aware of the dictates of modernity; and keen to use their reason in establishing a just and peaceful society they abandon the cultural underpinnings that are the basis of anticoptism, or try to develop a new interpretation of their religion so that it is not glaringly incompatible with the modern notions of human rights and citizenship. These moderate Muslims are the ones on whom one pins his hopes of fighting anticoptism.

As already stated, anticoptism is still alive and kicking in Egyptian society – and it is bound to survive strong unless it is fought by education and legislation. This is the responsibility of the moderate Muslims and the Egyptian State; and it requires a tremendous degree of honesty, courage and resolve. While one hopes the educational effort will be led by various individuals, groups and institutions of Egypt’s civil society, one relies much on both the educational and deterrent values of the law the State alone can enact. Anticoptism, in all its manifestations, mild or severe, must be criminalised by the Egyptian State. This must be the ultimate objective of all Coptic nationalists and their moderate Muslim friends.

Human rights issues, however, are not an exclusively internal matter. The international community has equal interest and responsibility in ensuring that all forms of racism and religiosity anywhere in our world are banned – and in Egypt there seem to be none that is more deserving of banning than anticoptism. Coptic nationalists will, therefore, engage and cooperate with the moderate Muslims of Egypt, the Egyptian State and the international community in getting rid, once and for all, of this evil of anticoptism which has for many long centuries pressed hard on the Copts’ soul and body.

Ali Farzat


Friday, August 26, 2011

I S L A M O P H O B I A !

My comment here :- http://goo.gl/Oo8ar
Why is the word Islamophobia so popular among the Muslims?

1 – By saying “I’m Semite too”, an Arab admits that his ‘cousin’ is a monkey !…
( not a grate honor… but a grate shame to the “Ummah” ! )

2 – Out of the 1.5 Billion (!) Muslim on this planet, only… 360 Millions are Arabs, e.i. Semites!
(Here comes the problem, a Muslim in Indonesia can’t claim: ” I can’t be an Anti Semite coz I’m a Semite my self “‘ which he is not ! )

3 – Now, how to enjoy the “benefits” the Jews have by playing the “Victim Card” from morning till evening by yelling “Anti Semitism !”, “Holocaust !”, “6,000,000″ and emotionally extorting the West which is already stricken by guilty feelings?

We are in the “New speak era”, aren’t we? Invent a new word, silly!
Maintain the three principals :-

A – “Keep your eye on the ball”- ( Who is the target? The enemy of course!)
B – Bang your head on the wall, & limp on your left leg !
C – Wear you best western suit and yell the mirror image of the word “Anti-Semitism”, which is:-

I S L A M O P H O B I A !

Origin of the Word “Antisemitism” http://goo.gl/bewlJ

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Why Golda Meir was right


Burak Bekdil
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
BURAK BEKDİL

It has been more than two and a half years since Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan told to Israeli President Shimon Peres’s face, “You (Jews) know well how to kill.” Prime Minister Erdoğan has also declared more than a few times that the main obstacle to peace in this part of the world is Israel, once calling the Jewish state “a festering boil in the Middle East that spreads hate and enmity.” In this holy month of Ramadan full of blood on Muslim territories, let’s try to identify who are the ones who know well how to kill.

As the Syrian death count clicks every day to come close to 2,000, the Turkish-Kurdish death count does not stop, already over 40,000 since 1984, both adding to the big pool of blood called the Middle East. Only during this Ramadan, the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK’s, death toll has reached 50 in this Muslim Kurds vs. Muslim Turks war. This excludes the PKK casualties in Turkey and in northern Iraq due to Turkish military retaliation since they are seldom accurately reported.

Let’s speak of facts.

Sudan is not in the conventional Middle East, so let’s ignore the genocide there. Let’s ignore, also, the West Pakistani massacres in East Pakistan (Bangladesh) totaling 1.25 million in 1971. Or 200,000 deaths in Algeria in war between Islamists and the government in 1991-2006.

But a simple, strictly Middle East research will give you one million deaths in the all-Muslim Iran-Iraq war; 300,000 Muslim minorities killed by Saddam Hussein; 80,000 Iranians killed during the Islamic revolution; 25,000 deaths in 1970-71, the days of Black September, by the Jordanian government in its fight against the Palestinians; and 20,000 Islamists killed in 1982 by the elder al-Assad in Hama. The World Health Organization’s estimate of Osama bin Laden’s carnage in Iraq was already 150,000 a few years earlier.

In a 2007 research, Gunnar Heinsohn from the University of Bremen and Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum, found out that some 11 million Muslims have been violently killed since 1948, of which 35,000, (0.3 percent) died during the six years of Arab war against Israel, or one out of every 315 fatalities. In contrast, over 90 percent who perished were killed by fellow Muslims.

According to Mssrs. Heinsohn and Pipes, the grisly inventory finds the total number of deaths in conflicts all over the world since 1950 numbering around 85 million. Of that, the Muslim Arab deaths in the Arab-Israeli conflict were at 46,000 including 11,000 during Israel’s war of independence. That makes 0.05 percent of all deaths in all conflicts, or 0.4 percent of all Arab deaths in the Arab-Israeli conflict.

In another calculation ignoring “small” massacres like the one that goes on in Syria and other deaths during the Arab Spring, only Saddam’s Iraq, Jordan, the elder al-Assad’s Syria, Iran-Iraq war, the bin Laden campaign in Iraq, the Iranian Islamic revolution and the Turkish-Kurdish conflict caused 1.65 million Muslim deaths by Muslims compared to less than 50,000 deaths in the Arab-Israeli conflict since 1950, including fatalities during and after Operation Cast Lead which came after the Heinsohn-Pipes study. For those who don’t have a calculator ready at their desks, allow me to tell: 50,000 is three percent of 1.65 million.

Golda Meir, the fourth prime minister of Israel, or rather the “Mother of Israel,” had a perfectly realistic point when she said that peace in the Middle East would only be possible

“when Arabs love their children more than they hate us.”

President Abbas, call your lawyer.

Whose Brilliant Idea Was That UN Vote?

For years the Palestinian leadership has taken legal advice from a law professor at Oxford University, Guy Goodwin-Gill. But now it seems that they forgot to consult him before demanding a UN vote on Palestinian statehood. In a recent legal brief for the leadership, the good professor demolishes the arguments for UN recognition.

As reported in the Palestinian media, the brief argues that a UN decision to recognize Palestinian statehood replaces the PLO with the Palestinian Authority, and this would have what the article calls “dramatic legal implications:”

First of all, the prospect of substituting the PLO with the State of Palestine raises “constitutional” problems in that they engage the Palestinian National Charter and the organization and entities which make up the PLO, according to the brief. Second is “the question of the ‘capacity’ of the State of Palestine effectively to take on the role and responsibilities of the PLO in the UN; and thirdly, the question of popular representation,” the opinion says.

Part of the problem is that the PA “has limited legislative and executive competence, limited territorial jurisdiction, and limited personal jurisdiction over Palestinians not present in the areas for which it has been accorded responsibility….” The thing is, the PA “is a subsidiary body, competent only to exercise those powers conferred on it by the Palestinian National Council. By definition, it does not have the capacity to assume greater powers.”

Then there’s the impact on Palestinians not living in the West Bank or Gaza and whom the PA does not govern:

“They constitute more than half of the people of Palestine, and if they are ‘disenfranchised’ and lose their representation in the UN, it will not only prejudice their entitlement to equal representation … but also their ability to vocalise their views, to participate in matters of national governance, including the formation and political identity of the State, and to exercise the right of return,” the brief is reported to say.

The good professor does not add an issue that arises here in Washington. Right now the PLO has an office here, but why should it be permitted to remain open after the UN vote? Every six months a presidential waiver is required to allow it to remain here, due to the long involvement of the PLO under Arafat in terrorism. Would that waiver henceforth be permitted, or be exercised? But if the PLO office is closed, would the United States accredit an embassy for the State of Palestine? Obviously not, as it would be the American position that there is no State of Palestine, not yet anyway. So how about a Palestinian Authority office? Well, but if the PA is dissolved when “Palestine” is recognized by the UN……

President Abbas, call your lawyer. Too late for that? Call your UN representative and ask him how to extract you from this mess.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

I KNEW IT !

IDF investigation: Egyptians took part in attack near Eilat

Army inquiry shows at least three of the terrorists that perpetrated attack were Egyptians; clips, radio communication show IDF did everything in its power to prevent Egyptian troops from getting hurt

Ron Ben-Yishai

Published: 08.24.11, 13:28 /

The IDF did everything in its power to prevent Egyptian troops from getting hurt in last Thursday's

The evidence shows that contrary to Egyptian media reports, the IDF's attack helicopters avoided hitting Egyptian military vehicles and troops stationed at the border.

Car attacked by the terrorists who wore IDF uniforms (Photo: Defense Ministry)
Car attacked by the terrorists who wore IDF uniforms (Photo: Defense Ministry)

Videos shot from the aircraft show that the troops intentionally diverted fire from the Egyptian all-terrain vehicles and soldiers towards open areas near the border base, from which the terrorist sniper fire originated.

The terrorists, who positioned themselves a few dozen meters from the Egyptian military post, launched an RPG rocket at one of the helicopters, and directed machine gun fire at it.

In addition, an examination of the bodies of the terrorists killed by the IDF clearly showed that at least three of them were Egyptian citizens. One was a member of a radical Egyptian group who was tried in the country.

From left: Maj.-Gen. Rousso, Defense Minister Barak and Chief of Staff Gantz at scene of attack (Photo: Defense Ministry)

From left: Maj.-Gen. Rousso, Defense Minister Barak and Chief of Staff Gantz at scene of attack (Photo: Defense Ministry)

He escaped form prison during the first days of the Egyptian revolution, when several Cairo prisons were broken into as hundreds of imprisoned Jihadist terrorists escaped to Sinai. Many had also reached the Gaza Strip and Egypt is demanding that Hamas extradite them.

The Egyptian terrorists joined Palestinian operatives from the Popular Resistance Committees and together they perpetrated the coordinated attacks. Israel also has further proof that joint Palestinian-Egyptian terror cells were in Sinai for weeks and were assisted by Bedouins in the region.

Egyptian ignored terrorists at first

Also according to the IDF investigation, the Egyptian troops noticed the presence of the terrorists even before the attack was launched, but did nothing about it. Only later that evening did an officer and a few soldiers leave their post, evidently to stop the ongoing sniper fire. The terrorists, who were wearing uniforms similar to those of the Egyptian army, resisted.

Possibly at this moment, when the troops and the operatives merged together, the

Israel has photographic evidence that GOC Southern Command Maj.Gen. Tal Russo personally ordered the forces fighting on the ground and in the air to be careful not to hit the Egyptian military post and its soldiers.

Israel was aware of these facts last week, but decided against releasing them in order to avoid embarrassing the Egyptian army and to dodge a media dispute over the versions of the events.

However, the information was submitted to Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which in turn invited an IDF representative, Maj.-Gen. Eshel, to present the findings in Cairo. Some of the findings were published in an Egyptian newspaper on Wednesday.

Avoiding diplomatic crisis

The Israeli authorities are aware that the Egyptian interim government is under great pressure to sever the diplomatic ties with Israel. One of the primary reasons that Prime Minister Ehud Barak and the eight-minister forum decided against ordering an intensive military retaliation against the terrorist movements firing rockets from Gaza on Saturday night was their desire to avoid further damage to the relations with Egypt.

It was clear that such an operation can ignite the rage of the Egyptian public and result in further pressure from the Muslim Brotherhood to annul the peace accord with Israel.

Netanyahu and Barak, backed by most of the top ministers, decided instead to wait for a window of opportunity that would allow them to eradicate the rocket fire and terror acts from Gaza – after the spirits have calmed down.

Meanwhile, the IDF continued with its new policy of thwarting any operations planned by terror groups in Gaza and Sinai. As part of the strategy, an Islamic Jihad operative was planning an attack that was to be launched from Sinai.

Moreover, official sources in Egypt told the daily newspaper Al-Shorouk that the Egyptian army has mapped out the tunnel network connecting the Gaza Strip and Sinai ahead of shutting them down. According to the report, bolstered Egyptian forces secured their side of the border in and around Rafah, and vigorously searched individuals crossing the border.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Israel and Egypt on dangerous ground


By LINDA HEARD

Latest developments highlight the tenuousness of the peace treaty between the two countries

The diplomatic flare-up between Cairo and Tel Aviv over Israel's killing of Egyptian security officers who were chasing down militants in the Sinai Peninsula may have been dampened for now, but it has served to highlight the tenuousness of the Camp David Peace Treaty in the aftermath of Egypt's popular uprising. The incident, for which Israel initially blamed a suicide bomber, provoked fury among ordinary Egyptians who even at the calmest of times readily admit there is little love lost between them and their supposed Israeli allies.


TWITTER - #Egypt 's "activists" moved demonstrations from Tahrir Sq to the Israeli embassy http://goo.gl/XOz1i “ We must cancel our relations with #Israel ”

Thousands gathered outside the Israeli Embassy in Cairo and the Israeli Consulate in Alexandria holding aloft photographs of the late Jamal Abdul Nasser while for the first time the Egyptian military refrained from intervening.

Demanding the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador and the cancellation of the treaty, determined youths in both cities managed to remove the Israeli flag from atop the embassy and consulate and replaced it with the Egyptian standard. A smaller hard core called for a million-man march to the Rafah crossing to Gaza and military training to defend Sinai from Israeli incursions.

Unfortunately, several tarnished their cause by chanting racist slogans against Jews, many of which are fervent backers of the Palestinian cause and have risked their lives on boats attempting to break Israel's siege on Gaza. It was a similar story back in the day when Nasser was in charge. Following Operation Susannah (better known as the Lavon Affair) -- consisting of attacks by a handful of Egyptian -Jewish Zionists on Western interests for the purposes of implicating Egypt -- all Egyptian Jews and, by extension, all foreigners were "encouraged" to leave.

In recent days, Egyptian presidential hopefuls and politicians have been falling over themselves to condemn the Israeli actions. A joint statement put out by former Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa together with the leaders of such disparate parties as the Muslim Brotherhood, Ayman Nour's Ghad and the Wafd characterized the killings "as an example of Israel's arrogance and racism supported by America."

The interim government has been similarly tough. Threatening to recall the Egyptian ambassador from Israel, it demanded a written apology from the Israeli authorities, compensation for the victims' families -- and, most importantly, it has frozen the clause in the treaty that puts restrictions on the numbers of Egyptian soldiers stationed in the eastern Sinai and wants that stipulation renegotiated.


TWITTER - #Egypt 's - "hero of Sinai" http://goo.gl/9MD1K 'if every Muslim would do what Sulayman did, #Israel would no longer exist'

The reality is that most Egyptians, at least the ones that I've spoken with, want Camp David to be shredded as it doesn't reflect the people's true sentiments. In the first place, Egyptian sympathies lie with the Palestinians who are as far from getting their own state as they ever were; some have expressed to me their shame that their country closed its border to the residents of Gaza even as they were being bombed on the say-so of Tel Aviv.

Secondly, they are still seething that their former President Hosni Mubarak appeared to put US and Israeli interests above their own and those of the Palestinians to the extent of selling gas to Israel at prices lower than production costs. A few have complained to me that while Egyptians needed permits to visit some Red Sea resorts, Israeli tourists were heartily welcomed and encouraged to treat towns like Taba or Sharm El-Sheikh as their own party grounds.

Parties that emerged out of the revolutionary youth movement described members of the former regime as "the eyes and tools of Israel" -- and they may have a point when, according to Knesset member and former Defense Minister Ben Eliezer, Mubarak was a friend and a patriot who was offered political asylum in Israel.

That said I've never actually met an Egyptian man or woman who is eager for Egyptian forces to take on the IDF. There is currently little to no appetite for all-out war with Israel in the country; no one is keen to send their sons to a front line -- just as well as any conflict with Israel would automatically involve the US and its allies on Israel's side and moreover, Israel's US-made weaponry is superior to the American-manufactured weapons available to be purchased by Egypt. Conflict would also signal the death of Egypt's economy that has been gasping for air since the revolution.

In essence, they want to be neighbors who shun good mornings over the fence; they want Israel to mind its own business and stay out of theirs. That isn't to say that if flashpoints between the two chilly "allies" occur in the future, when national pride may enter the equation, the overall mood won't change. The danger is that Egypt's armed forces would then be bound to take their marching orders from the street else risk clashes between the people and the army.

Conversely, the Benjamin Netanyahu-led government has proved its eagerness to protect the status quo with a swift verbal apology delivered by Defense Minister Ehud Barak and its acceptance of a joint Israeli-Egyptian probe into the incident. Contrast this with the offhand way Turkey was treated in the aftermath of Israel's commando attack on the Turkish vessel the Mavi Marmara and the importance with which Israeli authorities hold Egypt's "friendship" becomes clear.

It's interesting, too, that Israeli columnists have overwhelmingly criticized their own government for condemning the Egyptian military as being unable to preserve security throughout eastern Sinai. Camp David boosts Israel's legitimacy in the area and if it is quashed, it's more than likely that Jordan would cancel their own peace treaty with Israel, leaving Israelis out in the cold.

However, if and when Israel decides its alliance with Egypt is a lost cause there may be danger looming. It's no secret that Israelis covet the Sinai for its oil and gas and still feel emotional about having to return Sharm El-Sheikh that once inspired Israeli songwriters.

As long ago as 1982, Oded Yinon, an Israeli journalist at one time attached to the Foreign Ministry wrote: "Israel will not unilaterally break the treaty...unless it is very hard-pressed economically and politically and Egypt provides Israel with the excuse to take the Sinai back into our hands for the fourth time in our short history. What is left, therefore, is the indirect option. The economic situation in Egypt, the nature of the regime and its pan-Arab policy will bring about a situation after April 1982 in which Israel will be forced to act directly or indirectly in order to regain control over Sinai as a strategic, economic and energy reserve for the long run."


TWITTER - 63 y ago #Israel THE ONLY DEMOCRACY IN THE ME started walking ! How long will it take #Egypt #Syria #Libya & the rest - JUST TO STAND UP ?

I will leave you to mull over that rather unpalatable food for thought.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Sunday, August 21, 2011

AMAZING CRAZYMAN


I repeat : this moment is the CLIMAX of our revolutionary acts ,I'm more than proud

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Super Takiiyya !

Egyptian source :- 5 Egyptian solldiers killed yesterday "most likely" they were caught in an exchange of fire between IDF and terrorists.

مصر تتقدم باحتجاج رسمي لاسرائيل على خلفية الاحداث التى وقعت على الحدود بين مصر و اسرائيل
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Egypt submitted a formal protest to Israel against the background of the events that took place on the border between Egypt and Israel

Egypt has decided to close the border crossing with Israel in NITZANA !

The instinctive reflex - "The killed 2 Egyptian officers" & " attacks coz internal crisis" drives me bananas!

Egyptian soldiers killed, in suicide bombing
19 August, 2011 11:30
Police inspect a suicide bomb site.
Abdul Malik Watanyar / REUTERS

A number of Egyptian soldiers were killed and injured early Friday in a suicide bomb attack in the Egyptian region of Sinai near the border with Israel, Cairo security sources say.

He added that the identity of the assailant had yet to be established.

The Egyptian army has been fighting gunmen and suspected terrorists in a massive-scale crackdown in the Sinai Peninsula since August 12.

Friday, August 19, 2011

"HAFLA" in Gaza 19 Aug 2011




Say Please, M/F!


Say Please, M/F!

Israel's largest daily newspaper, Yediot Ahronot, reported on Wednesday that the Obama Administration is threatening Israel to either apologize to Turkey over its bloody interception of a Gaza aid flotilla last year, or risk strained ties with Washington.

Israeli diplomats in Washington told the newspaper that they had received a communique from US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton insisting that the rift between Israel and Turkey was harming American interests in the region, such as affecting regime change in neighboring Syria.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan demands that Israel publicly apologize for intercepting a May 2010 "humanitarian aid" flotilla that tried to break Israel's maritime blockade of the Gaza Strip. The flotilla had set sail from Turkey, and nine Turkish nationals were killed when they and others aboard the largest ship, the Mavi Marmara, attacked the Israeli boarding party.

Erdogan called the operation an act of piracy. And even though Washington and other Western powers agree with Israel that the Gaza blockade is legal and legitimate, the Obama Administration has decided that it is more politically expedient to simply have Israel meet Erdogan's unreasonable demands (as if that won't have any long-term negative consequences).

A year ago, Obama actually pressured Erdogan to either make up with Israel, or risk his ability to purchase American weapons. But, like other Middle East powers embroiled in conflict with Israel, Erdogan had learned that Western threats are fleeting and toothless. Obama never followed through on that ultimatum, and all Erdogan had to do was wait one year for Washington to decide to start pressuring Israel, instead.

What's worse, the Obama Administration's pressure on Israel - the party it agrees is in the right - has also reportedly come in the form of a threat.

According to the Israeli diplomats cited in the Yediot report, they were told that if Israel does not comply with Clinton's request to apologize to Turkey, the White House may suddenly find itself unable to continue building opposition to a unilateral Palestinian declaration of statehood at the UN next month.

"God forbid we apologize," declared Israeli Vice Prime Minister Moshe Ya'alon at a conference of Likud activists on Tuesday.

Demonstrating a firm understanding of Israel's regional antagonists, Ya'alon, a former IDF chief, noted that Erdogan "will never let go, even after we apologize."

Most Israeli leaders maintain that the flotilla raid was legal and that the deaths, while regrettable, cannot be blamed on Israel. The Israelis fear that meeting Erdogan's demands will negate that position, and play into the hands of those who claim Israel is conducting a cruel and inhumane siege against Gaza.

However, Israel is more easily pressured than its neighbors, and those same Israeli leaders are even more afraid of upsetting the White House. As such, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet has for weeks been debating not just if, but how to apologize to Turkey in a way that does the least harm to Israel.