Perez Hilton, shows sometimes a Catholic school education, sometimes does no good at all, I don't think Ugandans whose leadership included
once upon a time the late cannibalistic murderer Idi Amin, required all that encouragement, and I shudder to even link the sheeo bit
Doth though not have eyes, dear frog, they are building a Mosque in the original Cordoba, not just the project named for in NYC. There are
sections of the ban lieu's, where the flics do not dare threat. The British authoritiies have shut down CCTV in certain majority neigborhoods
If the majority of the world's leading propagators of Islam were Ahmadiya or Sufi, that would be one thing, but in every country
it seems the Sunni Hambali strain of Deobandi (Indian) or Wahhabi
(Arabian) Islam seems to be disseminated. Now one is trying to focus
on that particular area, but one cannot because it casts doubt on the whole of Islam. One can't denounce Hezbollah, because they only promised to 75% of the Jews. On this point, CK, I think Frum has a better grasp on things, hard for me to admit
It's 'dangerously naive' CK, ignorant of history in the abstract, of the casualties that have been suffered in the last 30 years; it is not phobia it is justifiable concern
It's not a fracking game, the first time, they struck in NYC, they had a follow up plot that involved the FBI office, the Diamond District and
Senator D'aMato. we didn't know they were AQ at that time, sounds like half a season of '24
I didn't mean to minimize the losses of the AMIA, just that you have to strike back right in their confort zone, just like Salameh, the head of Black September, was nabbed by car bomb in '79.
Hence it took 14 years, but they returned the favor in Damascus, with Mugniyeh. So the next retaliation, might be NY, LA, things to consider,
Yes, the Pol Pot apologist, Porter, and one of Saddam's favorite reporters, Chandriksevan (sic), what McGuirk, the Taliban tool and
Haditha fraudster wasn't available.
As to the AMIA bombing, there was been some indication that local
security services might have been involved, knowing Argentina's
unique history of welcoming German expatriates, but there seems to
a be more than a touch of naivete here, just like when the flotilla
folks yelled "Khaybar ill Allah" it's not a soccer chant:
It was worse, George, it was just directed at Jews, who just happen to live in Argentina, akin to the White Citizens Council's bombing of
that schoolhouse in Birmingham in '63, just to terrorize
They are a wholy owned subsidiary of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, of which Ahmadinejad is a proud former member, having been a party to the Vienna hit on Quassemlou, in 1989, I knew that sometime
You think it metaphorical, I wouldn't want to take that chance, the same with Ahmadinejad's statements. Just like with the Arrow Cross,
the Iron Guard, the Ustachi, the Golden Square in Iraq, the Ukrainian
"Therefore our struggle will end only when this entity is obliterated"
How do you get around that CK,
This is from their 1985 statement;
We see in Israel the vanguard of the United States in our Islamic world. It is the hated enemy that must be fought until the hated ones get what they deserve. This enemy is the greatest danger to our future generations and to the destiny of our lands, particularly as it glorifies the ideas of settlement and expansion, initiated in Palestine, and yearning outward to the extension of the Great Israel, from the Euphrates to the Nile.
Our primary assumption in our fight against Israel states that the Zionist entity is aggressive from its inception, and built on lands wrested from their owners, at the expense of the rights of the Muslim people. Therefore our struggle will end only when this entity is obliterated. We recognize no treaty with it, no cease fire, and no peace agreements, whether separate or consolidated.
We vigorously condemn all plans for negotiation with Israel, and regard all negotiators as enemies, for the reason that such negotiation is nothing but the recognition of the legitimacy of the Zionist occupation of Palestine. Therefore we oppose and reject the Camp David Agreements, the proposals of King Fahd, the Fez and Reagan plan, Brezhnev's and the French-Egyptian proposals, and all other programs that include the recognition (even the implied recognition) of the Zionist entity
n 1992, Hezbollah decided to participate in election and Ali Khamenei, supreme leader of Iran, endorsed it. Former Hezbollah secretary general, Subhi al-Tufayli, contested this decision which led to schism in Hezbollah. Then Hezbollah published its political program which contains liberation of Lebanese land from Zionist occupation, abolishment of political sectarianism, ensuring political and media freedom, amending in electoral law to make it more representative of the populace. This program led to the victory of all of twelve seats which were on its electoral list. At the end of that year Hezbollah began to dialog with Lebanese Christians. Hezbollah regards cultural, political and religious freedoms in Lebanon as sanctified. This dialog expands to other groups except those who have relation with Israel.
You leave no room to criticize radical Sunni Islam of the Hambali (Deobandi & Wahhabi), Salafi or Twelver Shiasm, we are supposed
to accept Erdogan's embrace of Gazan nihilism, why is that, when
they practice Shariah law from Baghdad to Birmingham, are we supposed to accept that
I don't know have any of the three attacked Sistani, who is the pillar
of civilian sectarian relations in Iraq, Sadr probably, I forgot about
the BAdr/SCIRI. Rejai and Mohashtemi-pur, who the godfather of Hezbollah, was on Moussavi's side
Khattami, was probably a Kruschev type figure, better than Stalin
(Khemeini) or Rafsanjani (Malenkov), rather than a AHMADINEJAD
(bREZHNEV) type but not a real open society advocate
And Taheri points out Moussavi is a fan of Heidegger, doesn't really get around the point that he employed Reyshiri, one of the hanging
judges for various positions, this goes in the same category of Andropov's love of Jazz