Monday, 31 December 2007

Why should you vaccinate your children against islam?

Expert: Teen brain key to understanding criminal behavior
Story Highlights
Latest research shows brain continues to develop to age 25 and beyond
Teen brains lack impulse control, sophisticated reasoning capability
Some advocates say teens should be judged differently in criminal justice system.
Supreme Court in 2005 outlawed death penalty for crimes committed before 18

NEW YORK (AP) -- The teenage brain, Laurence Steinberg says, is like a car with a good accelerator but a weak brake. With powerful impulses under poor control, the likely result is a crash. And, perhaps, a crime.

Dr. Jay Giedd of the National Institutes of Health says the brain continues to mature up to age 25 or later.
Steinberg, a Temple University psychology professor, helped draft an American Psychological Association brief for a 2005 case in which the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed the death penalty for crimes committed before age 18.
That ruling relies on the most recent research on the adolescent brain, which indicates the juvenile brain is still maturing in the teen years and reasoning and judgment are developing well into the early to mid 20s. It is often cited as state lawmakers consider scaling back punitive juvenile justice laws passed during the 1990s.
"As any parent knows," wrote Justice Anthony Kennedy for the 5-4 majority, youths are more likely to show "a lack of maturity and an underdeveloped sense of responsibility" than adults. "These qualities often result in impetuous and ill-considered actions and decisions."
He also noted that "juveniles are more vulnerable or susceptible to negative influences and outside pressures, including peer pressure," causing them to have less control over their environment.
Some child advocates have pointed to the Supreme Court decision and the research as evidence that teens -- even those accused of serious crimes -- should not be regarded in the same way as adults in the criminal justice system.
Dr. David Fassler, a psychiatry professor at the University of Vermont College of Medicine who has testified before legislative committees on brain development, says the research doesn't absolve teens but offers some explanation for their behavior.
"It doesn't mean adolescents can't make a rational decision or appreciate the difference between right and wrong," he said. "It does mean, particularly when confronted with stressful or emotional decisions, they are more likely to act impulsively, on instinct, without fully understanding or analyzing the consequences of their actions."
Experts say that even at ages 16 and 17, when compared to adults, juveniles on average are more:
• emotionally volatile.
• likely to take risks.
• reactive to stress.
• vulnerable to peer pressure.
• prone to focus on and overestimate short-term payoffs and underplay longer-term consequences of what they do.
• likely to overlook alternative courses of action.
Violence toward others also tends to peak in adolescent years, says psychiatrist Dr. Peter Ash of Emory University. It's mostly likely to start around age 16, and people who haven't committed a violent crime by age 19 only rarely start doing it later, he said.
The good news here, he said, is that a violent adolescent doesn't necessarily become a violent adult. Some two-thirds to three-quarters of violent youth grow out of it, he said. "They get more self-controlled."
Some of the changes found in behavioral studies are paralleled by changes in the brain itself as youths become adults.
In fact, in just the past few years, Steinberg said, brain scans have given biological backing to commonsense notions about teen behavior, like their impulsiveness and vulnerability to peer pressure.
It's one thing to say teens don't control their impulses as well as adults, but another to show that they can't, he said. As for peer pressure, the new brain research "gives credence to the idea that this isn't a choice that kids are making to give in to their friends, that biologically, they're more vulnerable to that," he said.
Consider the lobes at the front of the brain. The nerve circuitry here ties together inputs from other parts of the brain, said Dr. Jay Giedd of the National Institute of Mental Health.
This circuitry weighs how much priority to give incoming messages like "Do this now" versus "Wait! What about the consequences?" In short, the frontal lobes are key for making good decisions and controlling impulses.
Brain scans show that the frontal lobes don't mature until age 25, and their connections to other parts of the brain continue to improve to at least that age, Giedd said.
The inexplicable behavior and poor judgments teens are known for almost always happen when teens are feeling high emotion or intense peer pressure, conditions that overwhelm the still-maturing circuitry in the front part of brain, Giedd said.
As Steinberg sees it, a teenager's brain has a well-developed accelerator but only a partly developed brake.
By around 15 or 16, the parts of the brain that arouse a teen emotionally and make him pay attention to peer pressure and the rewards of action -- the gas pedal -- are probably all set. But the parts related to controlling impulses, long-term thinking, resistance to peer pressure and planning -- the brake, mostly in the frontal lobes -- are still developing.
"It's not like we go from becoming all accelerator to all brake," Steinberg said. "It's that we go from being heavy-foot-on-the-accelerator to being better able to manage the whole car."
Giedd emphasized that scientists can't yet scan an individual's brain and draw conclusions about how mature he is, or his degree of responsibility for his actions.
Brain scans do show group differences between adult and teen brains, he said, "but whether or not that should matter (in the courtroom) is the part that needs to be decided more by the judicial system than the neuroscientist."
Steinberg, who frequently testifies on juvenile justice policy and consults with state legislators on the topic, said it's not clear to him how much the research on teen brains affects lawmakers. They seem more swayed by pragmatic issues like the cost of treating teens as adults, he said. But he noted that he has been asked to testify more in the past few years than before.
In any case, experts say, there's nothing particularly magic about the age 18 as a standard dividing line between juveniles and adults in the courtroom.
Different mental capabilities mature at different rates, Steinberg notes. Teens as young as 15 or 16 can generally balance short-term rewards and possible costs as well as adults, but their ability to consider what might happen later on is still developing, he said.
A dividing line of age 18 is better than 15 and not necessarily superior to 19 or 17, but it appears good enough to be justified scientifically, he said.
Steinberg said he thinks courts should be able to punish some 16- or 17- year olds as adults. That would be reserved for repeat violent offenders who've resisted rehabilitation by the juvenile justice system, and who could endanger other youth in the juvenile system if they returned. "I don't think there are a lot of these kids," Steinberg said.
For the rest, he thinks it makes sense to try rehabilitating young offenders in the juvenile justice system. That's better than sending them through the adult system, which can disrupt their development so severely that "they're never going be able to be a productive member of society," Steinberg said. "You're not doing society any favor at all."
Ash said that to decide whom to treat as an adult, courts need some kind of guideline that combines the defendant's age with the crime he's accused of. That should leave room for individual assessments, he said.
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But "we don't have very good measuring sticks" for important traits like how impulsive a juvenile is, he said.
In any case, the decision for each defendant should balance a number of reasons for punishment, like retribution, protecting society, deterring future crime, and rehabilitation, said Ash, who's a member of the American Psychiatric Association's Committee on Judicial Action.
Even if a 14-year-old murderer is held morally responsible for the crime, he will have matured by the time he's 18, and in the meantime he may be more amenable to rehabilitation than an adult murderer is, Ash said.
In fact, most experts conclude that rehabilitation works better for juveniles than for adult offenders, he said.
And just as parents know how irrational juveniles can be, Ash said, they also know that rehabilitation is a key goal in punishing them.
"What we really want," he said, "is to turn delinquent kids into good adults."

Ben Laden accuses the leader of hizbollah sheikh hassan nasrallah by being a traitor to islam

Ben Laden accused Hassan Nasrallah tp have dupes the moussloumsby accepting th united nations peace force in south lebanon.
The chief of al-quaëda attacked the general secretary of hezboallah
hassan nasrallah,
in an audio message which lasted 56 minutes diffused on internet according to SITE institute. SITE institute located in USA surveys internet sites & the public communications linked to radical and terrorist moussloum groups. Hassan nasarallah duped the oumma by acceptin UN troups while he knew they were there to protect the jews & to close the borders to the honest moujahidin (jihadists for allat). He thus accused Hassan Nasrallah to have authorised crusade armies of the united nations to enter Lebanon after the summer 2006 war against Israel. Talking about Lebanon Bin Laden spoke about the majority in Lebanon as being american agentbut also added that Nasarallah (opposition) is a traitor to islam because he did not stop UN crusaders to get installed in Lebanon despite his muscled and threatening words towards the international community.
Are you still not convinced of the sunnah shiite war going on??????? What more proof do you need????

Saturday, 29 December 2007

Mousslimes kill mousslimes because of american zionism hhhhhhhhhhhh; read the testimony of this brave sunnah

Assalamu Alaykum,I do not remember reading the quote that you gave above on this website. Perhaps someone said that, i do not know. Its not something i have seen. But, it is not wrong either!The admin and moderators here try their best to present Islam according to the clear teachings of the Quran and the authentic Sunnah.Everything we do in Islam must have evidence for it, from the Quran and The Authentic Sunnah.So yes it is one for Sunnis, but anyone who has a clear mind and looks to the sources of Islam will find everything presented here compatible with their beliefs as a Muslim inshaAllah.Our main aim is not to discuss other sects, if something is going against the basic tenants of our faith, the thread is normally deleted. The site is not a free speech website. Islam is something that must be followed according to the original teachings, not someone elses ideas or incorrect beliefs made from astray teachers etc. Shiite differ in that they go into extremes for their love for some Companions of the Prophet and they go into extremes in hatred of the companions. They make false accusations and evil statements about the Companions.They say bad and evil things about Aisha, mother of the believers. Too horrific to even state here, they also ridicule and say bad things about Abu Bakr, Umar, Abu Hurayrah and many other companions of the Prophet . They believe in 12 infallible Imams, and they make dua, (Pray) to these people who they think are perfect. As every Muslim should know, it is only Allah who is perfect and we must always pray to Allah alone.They have many strange books, strange beliefs and ideas. From one extreme there are Ismaili Shia who have incorrect belief in God, who believe they do not need to pray, and who think drinking alcohol is not a problem etc. There are others who believe that Ali(RA) is more important than the Prophet ....The Ulema have said that these people are not Muslim.Shia do a lot of Shirk (Associating partners with Allah), they visit Graves in Kerbala and all over the world......lamenting and praying to the dead for help. Shia also have belief in Mutah, (Temporary marriage). They believe that a man can marry a woman for a short period of time and then dump her. That a man can keep doing such things. The Prophet clearly forbid this in many hadith.and also they believe in Tuqyah (lying about their beliefs). So, if you ask them if they do any of this, they will say no. Although, in private and between themselves they talk about it... and when they get angry they will say the most awful things about the companions and about Muslims.When they pray, they also pray differently. One of their many deviant ways of prayer is to slap their knees before giving the Salam, this is as a curse against the companions of the Prophet.Personally i have seen and met Shia who say bad things about the companions of the Prophet , this should be enough to deter anyone from being with them. I have even been to Druze (shia sect) villages. These people believe in reincarnation, they have their own religious books and even believe their founder was a prophet. They believe that he is Part of God - so clearly, these people are not Muslims. There are varying types of Shiites, but they all are incorrect as they do Shirk, bidah, hold onto various supersticions and lie, curse the companions of the Prophet Muhammad.Unfortunately they are Hadith rejectors, they do not believe in any of mainstream Islam. They would rather favour their fabricated and lurid books over those of wonderful words of our Prophet They say they love the Ahlul Bayt, but this is far from the truth. For if they loved the family of the Prophet they would not hate Aisha, nor would they hate the Prophet's companions.We can not say that an individual Shia from mainstream shiism is a non-Muslim, but as a group their beliefs can take people outside of Islam.Bottom line is, if you know about Islam. We are talking Pure Islam, as based on the Quran and Sunnah, with clear understanding of Tawheed, then you will be able to see their mistakes clearly. For example when they say Ya Ali, or Ya Mehdi, etc....... These are clear statements of Shirk (associating partners with Allah), Ya means "Oh" and is used when you call upon someone. This is Ok if we say Ya Allah (Oh Allah), or Ya Rabb (oh Lord).. and it is also ok if we use it in a slightly different context by calling a friend or someone alive to come over to us or to listen to us, so i might say to you Ya Lana "Oh Lana ... please read".However, we definitely do not use this to call upon the dead, for the dead can not hear or aid us in any way.We can only say Ya in our prayers to Allah the almighty.Read More about Shiites here.As for the Ahmadiyya, they are definitely not Muslims. This is because they believe in another Prophet, some Indian guy called Ghulam Ahmad, and they have a lot of beliefs that throw them outside of Islam. Ahmadiyya are not Muslim:Read About Qadiani / Ahmadiyya and Why they Are Not MuslimsOf course, having said these differences, there is no room in Islam for anyone to go into violence or attack other people. This is unjustifiable and should never be done by anyone. What is needed is for the people (their scholars and leaders) to actually sit down and talk together in a civillised and Islamic way.Wasalam.

who are the apostates: the sunnah or the shiites???

The Creed Of Shia
The Creed Of Shia
Shi'ism and Islam are indeed different religions. The divergence of Shiism from Islam can be summarized from the books which they consider most authentic, and the statements of their most respected scholars. Some of the proofs available to support this position are as follows:
1) The Imami Shia do not believe in or accept authentic texts such as Sahih Al-Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Sunan Abu Dawood or others. Indeed, regarding Imam Al-Bukhari, a shia scholar, Abdullah as-Subayti states: "He has transmitted strange and even abominable tales unsuitable even for the minds of superstitious Berbers and old Sudani women." (Taht Rayah al-Haqq) .
2) According to Imami Shia doctrine, the vast majority of the sahaba were liars and apostates.
One of the leading scholars of the shia, al-Kashshi, reported that Abu Ja'far said: "The people (including the sahaba) all became apostates after the Prophet's death except for three." When asked who they were, he replied, "Al-Miqdad ibn Aswad, Abu Dharr, and Salman as mentioned in the verse, 'If he (Muhammad) dies or is killed, will you then turn on your heels.'" (Rijal al-Kashshi pp12-13) .
In the book "Al-Kafi fil-Usool, a collection of ahadith attributed to the Prophet SAWS and some of the Imams of the Shia, and held in the same esteem amongst shia as Sahih Bukhari is amongst the Ahl us-Sunnah, we find the following:
"Obedience to 'Ali is true humility and disobedience to him is disbelief in Allah." (vol.10 p.54)
"Whoever sets up another Imam besides 'Ali and delays 'Ali's caliphate is a polytheist." (vol.10 p.55) (this "hadith" refers to everyone who accepts the validity of the caliphates of Abu Bakr, 'Umar and Uthman. The Shia claim that the caliphate was stolen from 'Ali, and only he and his descendants have the right to rule the Muslims)
"Syrians are worse than the Romans, Madinites worse than Meccans, and Meccans openly disbelieve in Allah." (vol.10 p.107)
In explanation of the verse: "On the day when the wrong-doer bites his hands saying, 'O if only I had taken the right path with the Prophet! O woe is me, if only I had not taken so-and-so as a friend!" (25:27-28) One of the most highly respected scholars of Tafseer amongst the Shia, Al-Qummi, states that "so-and-so" is 'Umar ibn Al-Khattab (RA). (astagfiruallah)
In reference to Talhah (RA) and az-Zubayr (RA), Al-Qummi claims that Abu Ja'far said that the following verse was revealed about them; "Verily the doors of Heaven will not open for those who deny Our signs and are arrogant towards them, nor will they enter paradise until a camel passes through the eye of a needle."(7:40) He also adds that the camel in the verse refers to their camel. Thus, according to Al-Qummi, Talhah(RA) and az-Zubayr(RA), who were both amongst the ten who received glad tidings of paradise from the ProphetSAWS himself, will never enter paradise!
Imami Shia doctrine holds that most of the sahaba were the worst sort, liars and apostates all. There is even a special dua, called "Dua Sanamay Quraysh" (The two Idols of the Quraysh). In this prayer (falsely attributed to Abdullah ibn Abbas) Both Abu Bakr(RA) and 'Umar(RA) are cursed, and called "the two idols of the Quraysh". Shirk(disbelief) is attributed to the two caliphs, and their daughters, Ayesha and Hafsah, both wives of the ProphetSAWS, are vilified. The prayer is published with the endorsement of the following major Imami Shia scholars:
1) Ayatallah al-Udhma Muhsin al-Hakeem .
2) Ayatallah al-Udhma Abul-Qasim al-Khoi .
3) Ayatallah al-Udhma Roohullah al-Khomeini .
4) Ayatallah al-Udhma Mahmood al-Husaini .
5) Ayatallah al-Udhma Muhammad Kadhim Shri'atmadari .
6) The chief scholar 'Ali Taqi at-Taqwa .
Imami Shia doctrine in fact holds that all who do not follow their doctrine are disbelievers and apostate from Islam, with the following hadith from Al-Kafi cited in support:
"Doubt about the Imamate of 'Ali is like doubt about the mission of Muhammad SAWS and one who doubts both should be killed if possible, if he claims to be a Muslim. On the other hand, disbelievers are like the Jews and Christians and should not be killed for these reasons." (al-Kafi vol.6 p.393)
3) The Imami Shia have not only misinterpreted the Qur'an, but they have made actual alterations in the text itself:
The false verse, "And we made 'Ali your in-law" has been added to Surah Al-Inshirah (Al-Kafi p.289)
In 25:74, the verse "And make us a leader (Imam) for the God-fearing" is replaced with "And make for us a leader (Imam) from among the God-fearing."
Of even greater audacity is the addition of an entirely fabricated surah to the Qur'an, called, "Surah al-Walayah" Translation of this false surah is as follows:
1) O believers, believe in the Prophet and the guardian (wali), whom We sent to guide you to the straight path.
2) A Prophet and a Guardian, one from the other, and I am the Knower, the Wise.
3) Verily those who fulfill their covenant to Allah will have gardens of pleasure.
4) And for those who deny our signs when they are read to them,
5) Verily they will have a terrible place in Hell when they are called for on the Day of Judgment, 'Where are the wrong-doers who denied the messengers?'
6) He only created them in truth and Allah will surely make them victorious until a time in the near future.
7) Glorify the praises of your Lord and 'Ali is among the witnesses.
But perhaps the greatest level of audacity is in the assertion that the Qur'an that we now possess is not the true Qur'an at all, but rather a fabrication:
"Abu Baseer reported that he said to Imam Ja'far, "O Abu Abdullah (Imam Ja'far as-Sadiq) What is Mushaf Fatimah?" He replied "It is a Qur'an containing three times what is found in your copy of the Qur'an; yet by Allah, it does not contain even a single letter from your Qur'an." (Al-Kafi p.385)
4) The Imami Shia consider the Imams to be utterly infallible, incapable of even the slightest error. Hence following them, according to Shia doctrine is obligatory on all true Muslims until the Day of Judgment. In fact, reverence for these Imams is so great amongst the Shia that the Imams are believed to be on a level above even the Prophets or the highest ranking angels; A level wherein even the particles of the universe are subservient to them.
Khomeini asserts in his book, "Al-Hukumah Al-Islamiyyah", "Certainly the Imam has a dignified station, a lofty rank, a creational caliphate, and a sovereignty and mastery over all the atoms of creation. It is definitely a basic belief in our school of thought, that our Imams occupy a station unattainable by either an angel or a major Prophet. And, according to our narrations of hadith, before the creation of the universe, the greatest Prophet SAWS, and the Imams - peace be upon them - were in the form of light which Allah made orbit His throne and gave rank and proximity known only to Him. As was narrated in the hadith on miraaj, Angel Jibreel said, 'If I were to have come an inch closer, I would have been burnt up.' - that is, by the intensity of the Imam's light. It has also been narrated by them, - may peace be on them - that, 'We have certain states in relation to Allah not allowed to an angel or a great Prophet.' A similar status is accorded to Fatimah az-Zahra - may peace be on her..."
and in the same book, Khomeini also states regarding the Imams: "...because we cannot imagine the Imams being forgetful or negligent, and we believe that they perceive all things which could benefit muslims..." and "The Imam's teachings are like the Qur'an...they must be implemented and followed." This last statement finds it's support in a chapter of Al-Kafi entitled: "Surely people have no Truth except what came from the Imams and everything which did not come from them is false."
The Imams are thought to have absolute and infinite knowledge, despite what Allah says in the Quran; "Verily the knowledge of the Hour is with Allah (alone). It is He who sends down rain, and it is he that knows what is in the wombs. Nor does anyone know what it is that he will earn tomorrow, nor does anyone know in what land he is to die. Verily with Allah is full knowledge and He is acquainted (with all things)"(31:34)
This incredible belief that the Imams know the unseen can be amply attested by the following chapter headings in Al-Kafi fil-Usool.
1) Chapter: The Imams have knowledge of All that was given to the angels and the Prophets. (Al-Kafi p.255)
2) Chapter: The Imams know when they will die, and they only die by their choice. (Al-Kafi p.258)
3) Chapter: The Imams have knowledge of the past and future; and nothing is hidden from them. (Al-Kafi p.260)
Clearly, the book Al-Kafi fil Usool contains such extreme statements of kufr (disbelief) and shirk (polytheism) that it alone is sufficient to push anyone who believes in it into the Hellfire for eternity. Yet Ayatallah Khomeini states that the sum total of his religion is contained in it, saying: "Do you think it is enough for our religious life to have it's laws summed up in Al-Kafi and then placed upon a shelf?" (Al-Hukumah Al-Islamiyyah p.72)
What Do Scholars of Ahl us-Sunnah in the Past and Present say about Shia (Rafidah)? :
1) Imam Ash-Shafi'i: On one occasion Imam Shafi'i said concerning the Shia,
"I have not seen among the heretics a people more famous for falsehood than the Raafidi* Shia." and on another occasion he said; "Narrate knowledge from everyone you meet except for the raafidi* Shia, because they invent ahadith and adopt them as part of their religion." (Minhaj as-Sunnah an-Nabawiyyah) *
(Some shia at the time of the Alid Imam Zayd ibn 'Ali demanded that he make a declaration of innocence (tabarra) from whoever disagreed with 'Ali's right to be Imam. When Zayd refused, they rejected him, and became known as the "raafida" or rejectors. Those who followed Imam Zayd became known as Zaydis, and have very little difference from mainstream Islam. The Raafidi evolved into the the various Imami shia sects, the largest of which is the Ithna 'Ashari.)
2) Imam Abu Hanifah: It is reported that often Imam Abu Hanifah used to repeat the following statement about the raafidi Shia; "Whoever doubts whether they are disbelievers has himself committed disbelief."
3) Imam Malik: Once when asked about the raafidi Shia, Imam Malik said; "Do not speak to them or narrate from them, for surely they are liars." During one of Imam Malik's classes, it was mentioned that the raafidi Shia curse the sahaba. Imam Malik recited the verse, "Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah and those with him are harsh with the disbelievers and gentle among themselves. So that the disbelievers may become enraged with them." (48:29) He then said, "Whoever becomes enraged when the sahaba are mentioned is the one about whom the verse speaks." (Tafseer al-Qurtubi)
4) Abu Zur'ah ar-Razi: He said of the raafidi Shia doctrine of cursing the sahaba, "If you see someone degrade any of the companions of the ProphetSAWS know that he is a disbeliever. Because the ProphetSAWS was real, what he brought was the truth and all of it was conveyed to us by way of the sahaba. What those disbelievers wish to do is cast doubt on the reliability of our narrators in order to invalidate the Qur'an and Sunnah. Thus the disbelievers are the ones most deserving of defamation."
5) Ibn Hazm al-Andalusi: During the period of Muslim rule in Spain, Imam Abu Muhammad ibn Hazm would often debate with the Catholic priests about their religious texts. He brought before them evidence of textual distortions in the Bible and the loss of the original manuscripts. When they replied by pointing out the Shia claims that the Qur'an has been distorted and altered, Ibn Hazm informed them that Shia claims were not valid evidence because the shia were not themselves muslims.
6) Imam Al-Alusi: He declared the raafidi Shia disbelievers because of their defamation of the sahaba. His position was based on the rulings of Imam Malik and other scholars. In response to their claim to be followers of the Ahl al-Bayt (the Prophet'sSAWS family) Al-Alusi said, "No, they are really followers of the devils and the Ahl al-Bayt are innocent of them."
7) Muhammad Rasheed Rida: This scholar was among those who worked sincerely for rapproachment between the shia and the sunni, and they in turn pretended moderation for his benefit. However, in the midst of his efforts, they caught him by surprise by presenting him with a number of their books which slander Islam. He then replied in a paper called As-Sunnah wa Ash-Shia in which he exposed their false doctrines and idolatrous practices.
8) Dr. Hilali: After living close to the shia for some years, the famous Moroccan scholar, Dr. Hilali wrote a paper on them in which he declared them to be disbelievers.
9) Abul-A'la Maududi: This great Pakistani scholar wrote an introduction to the book, "Ar-Riddah bain al-Ams wa al-Yaum" In it was written, regarding the Imami Ja'fari Shia, "despite their moderate views (relative to other shia sects), they are swimming in disbelief like white bloodcells in blood or like fish in water."
10) among the other contemporary scholars who have expressed similar views are: Sheikh Abdul 'Aziz ibn Baz, Sheikh Nassiraddin Al-Albani, Allama Ash-Shanqiti, Sheikh An-Nashashibi, Imam Ahmad Ameen, and Dr. Rashaad Salim.
Taqiyyah or Calculated Deception
One other Imami Shia doctrine that must be related is the doctrine of Taqiyyah, or dissimulation, (i.e. calculated deception). In support of this doctrine of deception, the shia attribute the following to Abu Abdullah (Ja'far as-Sadiq):
"Nine tenths of religion is taqiyyah (dissimulation), hence one who does not dissimulate has no religion." (Al-Kafi vol.9 p.110)
"He who conceals his religion has saved it, and he who makes it public has destroyed it."
"A believer who does not dissimulate is like a body without a head." (Tafseer al-Askari)
"Mix with them(i.e. non-shia) externally but oppose them internally." (Al-Kafi vol.9 p.116)
Concerning the verse, "Verily the most noble of you in Allah's sight is the most God-fearing(atqaakum)" , the shia attribute the following interpretation of "atqaakum": "That is, your deeds done by taqiyyah(dissimulation) (Al-I'tiqadat)
It is interesting to contrast this doctrine of calculated deception with Allah's statement in the Holy Qur'an: "Surely those who hide from people the clear proofs and guidance, which we clarified in the Book(Qur'an), will be cursed by Allah and all those who curse." (2:159)
And the statement of the Prophet SAWS who said: "Whoever is asked for knowledge and conceals it will have a bridle of fire around his neck on the Day of Judgment." (Abu Dawood, Tirmidhi)
I should stress that not all who are called shia hold to these deviant and idolatrous beliefs. As mentioned earlier, the Zaydi Shia hold no real differences of aqeedah, but only the political position that the Caliph should be from the descendants of 'Ali.
I am not writing this to insult anyone, nor do I wish to create fitnah. However, when the issue arises, I am compelled to state what I know. Anything I have stated correctly is from Allah, and any mistakes are from myself or shaytan

sunnah say shiites are kouffars & should be beheaded

All terrorists of the world are muslim (article written by a muslim and reported by muslim news media. Please translate from french to english

Islam, Arabie, attenta-suicide, intégrisme, extrémisme
par Abdel Rahman al-Rashed
Article paru à la Télévision Al A'rabiya et dans le quotidien paraisant à Londres "al Shark al Awsat" le 06/09/04 et paru en anglais au "" le 13 Septembre 2004
Traduit par Arouts 7 -
Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed, le directeur général de la chaîne de télévision des Emirats arabes Al-Arabiya et du quotidien A-Sharq Al-Awsat, a écrit dans son journal : «La vérité est douloureuse, tous les terroristes du monde sont musulmans ! Nos fils terroristes sont le produit de notre culture corrompue».Rashed a passé en revue la liste des dernières attaques perpétrées par des groupes extrémistes islamistes en Russie, en Iraq, au Soudan, en Arabie Saoudite et au Yémen. Voici ce qu'il écrit à ce propos : «Tous les terroristes ayant exécuté des attentats dans des bus, des écoles, des immeubles résidentiels ou gouvernementaux durant les dix dernières années étaient musulmans. Les Musulmans ne devraient pas essayer d'ignorer ces faits et la seule manière de redorer leur image serait la reconnaissance de ces actes scandaleux. Le constat est humiliant, terrible et douloureux pour tous les Musulmans».Ahmed Bahgat, éditorialiste islamiste d'un journal égyptien pro-gouvernemental, a affirmé : «Les images représentant les Musulmans comme des monstres nourris par le sang des enfants et la douleur de leur famille sont terribles. Pourtant, si tous les ennemis de l'islam s'unissaient et décidaient de l'anéantir, ils n'y réussiraient pas aussi bien que les fils de l'islam par leur stupidité, leurs mauvais calculs et l'incompréhension qu'ils ont du monde moderne».Toutes ces déclarations auraient gagné en crédibilité si ces Musulmans avaient évoqué le terrorisme palestinien, aussi pervers et aussi meurtrier que celui qu'ils condamnent. Il faut croire qu'il existe une limite à la remise en question et au courage chez certains donneurs de leçon.Pour conclure sur ce chapitre, une organisation islamiste, Al-Mahajiroun, établie en Grande-Bretagne a annoncé qu'elle organisait la troisième commémoration annuelle des attentats du 11 septembre. Une convention se tiendra à Londres. Son nom : «Le choix est entre tes mains, soit tu es avec les Musulmans, soit tu es avec les infidèles». Al-Mahajiroun possède 30 agences en Grande-Bretagne et est présente au Pakistan, en France, en Algérie et au Moyen-Orient. Objectif de cette convention : «Il faut que le monde se souvienne des attentats du 11 septembre 2001».

Friday, 28 December 2007

Please vaccinate your children against islam

A new, younger jihadi threat emerges
December 28, 2007
The Christian Science Monitor
With a greeting that was as telling as it was macabre, Imane Laghriss dropped her satchel on the table of a trendy coffee shop here recently.

"It's stuffed with explosives, watch out!" snapped the young woman, echoing the grim humor commonly heard among Moroccan teenagers. But Ms. Laghriss's remark carried with it a degree of stark reality. Four years ago, she and her twin sister, Sanae, were arrested for planning to blow themselves up inside Morocco's parliament. They were 14 at the time. The two were sentenced to five years in jail in 2003. After serving 18 months and nearly two years in a juvenile center, they are now free. But while Imane claims to have forgone violence, she still holds the same radical ideology that inspired the unrealized plan. She surfs radical websites and says she wants to go to Iraq to fight US troops – "but not civilians."
The two women represent the leading edge of what security analysts and terrorism experts say is an emerging threat facing both Western and Arab countries: younger jihadis who have been recruited over the Internet or inspired to act through militant Islamist literature or videos. What's more, analysts say, these young radicals often don't belong to a centralized group and may even act on their own. "As I speak, terrorists are methodically and intentionally targeting young people and children in this country. They are radicalizing, indoctrinating, and grooming young, vulnerable people to carry out acts of terrorism," said Jonathan Evans, the director general of the British MI5, the security service, in November. He warned that teenagers as young as 15 and 16 have been implicated in "terrorist-related" activities as a result of a deliberate strategy pursued by radical Islamist groups. On Wednesday, Pakistani police arrested a 15-year-old boy for allegedly trying to blow himself up at a rally for opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, who was killed Thursday as she left an election rally in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. In September, a 15-year-old killed 30 people when he drove a truck full of explosives into an Algerian naval barracks. And, in mid-November, the US declared that Omar Khadr, a Canadian national detained in Guantánamo Bay, was eligible for trial by a military commission, making him potentially the first minor to be tried for war crimes. He was arrested in Afghanistan when he was 15 and accused of killing a US soldier and conspiring with Osama bin Laden's Al Qaeda network. Analysts say this younger, more diverse, disparate, and more unpredictable crop of operatives is a prime recruiting pool for Al Qaeda's off-shoots as the terror network becomes increasingly decentralized. "We now face organized groups as well as individuals with no clear links to terrorist groups, some of them quite young," said Khalid Zerouali, who heads Morocco's effort to combat transnational crime at the Interior Ministry. "It makes it that much harder for us to identify them." According to Gabriel Weimann, a professor of communications at the University of Haifa in Israel and the author of "Terror on the Internet," there are more than 5,000 websites "serving the global jihad," many of which are forums and chat rooms.Ned Moran, the deputy director of Total Intelligence Solutions, a security consulting firm in Virginia, says he believes the actual number of "real, serious" Al Qaeda-inspired sites numbers in the hundreds. By "serious," he means those including four elements: propaganda, ideological debates, strategic discussions, and tactical advice. "Bin Laden doesn't need to send recruiters to North Africa, they just come to him virtually," says Abdallah Rami, who is finishing a dissertation at Hassan II University in Casablanca on the role of the Internet in the "salafist" movement, as the radical brand of Islamist militancy is known. For Imane Laghriss, the connection to the salafist movement was virtual at first, through her heroes discovered on television such as Mr. bin Laden after 9/11 and Mohammed el-Dura, a Palestinian boy killed in front of TV cameras during a skirmish between Israelis and Palestinians in 2000. Images of his death sparked controversy as they became linked to the Palestinian cause.In many respects, she is a normal young woman who speaks about building a family and giggles at the mention of a potential husband. After their birth to a prostitute mother and an unknown father in 1989, Imane and Sanae were handed to their grandparents, with whom they lived until age 5. They were then separated and lived with a variety of family members. They eventually found a second family in the salafist movement. When they reunited with their mother in Rabat, the two began hanging out with local Islamists. Imane began wearing the veil and they eventually found a spiritual guide in a militant named Abdelkader Labsir. He encouraged them to follow the example of "martyrs" who have killed themselves in Afghanistan and Chechnya. After a dozen young men detonated themselves in Casablanca in May 2003, killing 45 people, the twins concocted a plan to bomb a liquor store, which they abandoned in favor of the plot to blow themselves up inside the parliament. But after Imane wrote to a local imam informing him about their plans, he immediately alerted the police, who arrested them in August 2003. They were indicted of terrorist conspiracy and of plotting against the royal family. At their trial, they proudly proclaimed their intentions. They went on to write a pamphlet against the king, for which they received an additional 2-1/2-year prison term that was reduced to one year in appeal. They eventually pledged to forgo violence and asked for a pardon, which King Mohammed VI granted in April 2005. When they were release from jail, Assia el Ouadie, a veteran human rights activist, placed them in a juvenile center in the suburbs of Casablanca "because [she] feared they could again become the prey of radical circles," she explained. Last year, an association helping imprisoned youth found work for them at a bus factory. All went well for two months until Sanae fled the center for three weeks. They lost their jobs, but Imane eventually convinced her boss to take her back. A couple of social workers are trying, largely on their own, to steer the twins toward a more peaceful existence. One of them, Chazira Amor, explained that the sisters had received no psychological support because Morocco has no system in place to assist young drifters and prevent them from falling prey to radical networks. Mr. Zerouali, the interior minister senior official, stressed that the government is building some 200,000 housing units a year to eliminate the slums from which most young jihadis hail.

Thursday, 27 December 2007

From Daniel Pipes blog

U.S.-Israel Tensions, Post-Annapolis
Before the Annapolis meeting took place in late November, I warned of the danger that a joint U.S.-Palestinian position might emerge that the Israelis would resist, thereby leading to "a possible crisis in U.S.-Israel relations of unprecedented proportions." Here is the first installment to follow up on that worry, to be updated as needed.
"Israel fears clash with U.S. over peace talks' impasse" writes Barak Ravid in Ha'aretz:
A senior adviser to Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Israel may come into conflict with the United States over increased pressure by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to advance talks with the Palestinian Authority. …
The U.S. might want to up the pressure on Israel to fulfil its obligations in the first stage of the road map, the adviser said in private conversations, particularly removing illegal outposts and freezing construction in the territories. "Their demands from Israel will only increase and it is not certain that we can meet them under the circumstances," he added. The adviser said that in Vice Premier Haim Ramon's talks with American officials, he had gone "too far in promising them things to please them."
Another senior government official involved in the talks also warned of expected crises with the Palestinians and the Americans. "Israel has created a series of far-reaching expectations in the international arena," this official said, referring to the implementation of the first part of the road map, "but this is not going to happen." "There is no political capability either to evacuate settlements or freeze construction in the settlements," the second official added. According to this official, the problem will be even greater when negotiations begin on the core issues. "There are detailed files that include Israel's position on the day negotiations came to a halt in 2001," he said. "What will happen when they open the Jerusalem file, for example? They'll find that Israel's final position at Taba is light-years away from Israel's opening position today."

Wednesday, 26 December 2007

Ayatollah alo khamenei: europe will be an islamic continent in a dozen years.

Iran Ups The Ante
Iran: Accidents happen, no doubt about it. But every so often we let them happen, only to deeply regret it later. That's called foolishness. Such is the case with western policy toward a nuclear IranIran has made two major announcements in the past two days. First, it says it's just three months away from starting up its Bushehr nuclear facility, thanks to Russia's timely Christmas gift of a supply of nuclear fuel. Second, it says it wants to open up 19 more nuclear power plants, which would require enormous amounts of refined uranium to run and give Iran a plausible reason for enriching its own uranium.Why not? Iran insists it wants nuclear power for peaceful purposes only. Besides, the $1 billion Bushehr facility has been built under the auspices of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). So what's the problem?To begin with, the IAEA basically has ignored Iran's repeated breaking of international law and flouting of U.N. agreements. Iran isn't supposed to be enriching uranium, period.Just last December, the U.N. passed Security Resolution 1737, which required Tehran to freeze its enrichment efforts. Yet it continues to do so -- with the IAEA's apparent blessing.Then there's the new U.S. National Intelligence Estimate (NIE), which created a huge stir when it concluded Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003.If that's true, thank President Bush, because the weapons program ended after Tehran watched the U.S. take just three weeks to remove Iraq's Saddam Hussein -- a tyrant Iran itself took eight years to fight to a bloody stalemate at a cost of more than a million dead. Iran's leaders were, in a word, scared.Yet a recent Heritage Foundation report says it's "possible that new, better-hidden programs were started up after the old ones were closed down ..." Not just possible, we think, but probable.Western fecklessness has only emboldened Iran and enablers such as Russia. Moscow began shipping nuclear fuel to Iran just this month, convinced Bush's tough stance has been undercut by the NIE report. Iran thinks so, too.Last month, Iran tested its new "Ashura" missile with an estimated range of 1,250 miles. That, according to American Enterprise Institute scholar Charlie Szrom, could give Tehran the ability to "reach U.S. bases in the Middle East and parts of Eastern Europe, including such U.S. allies as Romania, Georgia, or Ukraine."Even the most conservative intelligence estimates say Iran will be able to build nuclear bombs by 2015. It already has 3,000 centrifuges whirring away at its Natanz facility enriching nuclear fuel, with plans for thousands more. The world ignores this at its peril.Meanwhile, Europe expresses outrage, but little more -- and continues to sign lucrative business deals with Iran's mullahs.What's Iran's plan? Listen to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's Supreme Leader: "In a dozen years," he's quoted by Adnkronos International, "Europe will be an Islamic continent."If you think the U.S. is isolated now, wait till that happy event occurs. Add to that Iran's stated intent to rid the world of Israel, and its reason for having nukes is clear. The Center for Strategic and International Studies reckons an Israeli-Iran nuclear war would kill upwards of 800,000 Israelis and perhaps 20 million Iranians.Meanwhile, Iran's rivals, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, say they won't stand by as Iran develops nukes. They too will build some. More millions dead.This isn't a game. Like World War I, it's one of the most preventable disasters in history, one that endangers everyone in the West. Foreign opinion be damned. We must do all we can to stop this nuclear disaster from taking place -- or regret it for all time.

The giant beast

Israel calls it the giant beast, term used by israeli TV 10th channel to qualify the new iranian ultra sophisticated computer which made the israeli authorities panic because of its immense capabilities of decoding which makes it impossible to penetrate by foreign secret services to get information about the nuclear program in Iran. An expert in informatic security said that Iran developped the last month and a half a computer capable of boosting one billion mathmatical equation in a second and made of more than 200 AMD chips which is an american technology which reached Iran by an obscure route. Allon Ben David a military analyst said that this computer is not the most powerful that exists on earth but what is worrying about it is that Iran and despite the embargo on it, succeeded in acquiring ultra sophisticated american technology and succeeds in getting any material or technology it needs.

Muslims are converting to follow The Messiah Jesus

Monday, 24 December 2007

What islam hided on us concerning Tsunami

Everyone knows that to the northeast of the Indian Ocean where holds sway sexual tourism, the Indonesia, constituted more than 17,000 islands, was the theater of a tragic earthquake, followed by an unprecedented tsunami. This monster -9,3 to the ladder of Richter- hit on Sundays December 26 2004 at 8 o'clock in the morning, for ten minutes, doing 200,000 victims.
Bandaged Aceh, the rebel, became the city agony more touched: one there counted 100,000 disappeared ones.
The Christian community of the city of Aceh -a minute minority- never was authorized to build churches. When in December 2004, courageous Christians requests officially to muster itself on the beach, to celebrate in honor of Jesus, the day of Christmas, an adamant refusal was opposed for them. Authorities granted to them only, in a manner derisory, a gathering on the mountains, at several o'clock of market of the city.

The Christians left therefore past Christmas on the heights, to celebrate the Lord. When they took back down, on Sundays December 26 2004, the desolation offered itself to their eyes. This is while a work itself opera in the consciences. Several inhabitants of Aceh, even there opposed to Christianity, interpreted that as a judgement of God. A lot gaze at themselves to required pardon to the God of the Christians and to be thirsty to know Jesus. Many volunteer ones (NGO, MSF…) as well as the churches of Java were authorized to come to the aid of the population, bringing cares and food.
Then there was another tsunami: in the weeks that followed, one mentioned an explosion of testimonies of conversion; churches began erecting itself; Christianity put to establish itself in the open city.
Today, the official observers will say you that to Aceh, nothing will be more as before: all was destroyed, all is to rebuild. But the authentic Christians will tell you, them also, that nothing is anymore as before: the fear of God seized himself inhabitants and the love Gospel spread his kingdom in several hearts…
Suddenly I speak, on a nation, on a kingdom, to pull out, to cut down and to destroy … And suddenly I speak, on a nation, on a kingdom, to build and to plant Jeremiah 18,7, 9

Would next presient of USA be a mousslime???

Was Barack Obama a Muslim?
by Daniel PipesFrontPageMagazine.comDecember 24, 2007
[FPM title: "Obama and Islam"]
"If I were a Muslim I would let you know," Barack Obama has said, and I believe him. In fact, he is a practicing Christian, a member of the Trinity United Church of Christ. He is not now a Muslim.
But was he ever a Muslim or seen by others as a Muslim? More precisely, might Muslims consider him a murtadd (apostate), that is, a Muslim who converted to another religion and, therefore, someone whose blood may be shed?

Barack Obama at the Smoky Row Coffee Shop in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
The candidate for president of the United States has delivered two principal statements in reply. His campaign website carries a statement dated Nov. 12 with the headline, "Barack Obama Is Not and Has Never Been a Muslim," followed by: "Obama never prayed in a mosque. He has never been a Muslim, was not raised a Muslim, and is a committed Christian." Then, on Dec. 22, in the unlikely setting of the Smoky Row Coffee Shop in Oskaloosa, Iowa, as he munched on pumpkin pie and drank tea with four locals, Obama provided more detail took on this topic than before. When asked to explain his Muslim heritage, he replied:
My father was from Kenya, and a lot of people in his village were Muslim. He didn't practice Islam. Truth is he wasn't very religious. He met my mother. My mother was a Christian from Kansas, and they married and then divorced. I was raised by my mother. So, I've always been a Christian. The only connection I've had to Islam is that my grandfather on my father's side came from that country. But I've never practiced Islam. … For a while, I lived in Indonesia because my mother was teaching there. And that's a Muslim country. And I went to school. But I didn't practice. But what I do think it does is it gives me insight into how these folks think, and part of how I think we can create a better relationship with the Middle East and that would help make us safer is if we can understand how they think about issues.
These statements raise two questions: What is Obama's true connection to Islam and what implications might this have for an Obama presidency?
Was Obama Ever a Muslim?
"I've always been a Christian," said Obama, focusing on his own personal lack of practice of Islam as a child to deny any connection to Islam. But Muslims do not see practice as key. For them, that he was born to a line of Muslim males makes him born a Muslim. Further, all children born with an Arabic name based on the H-S-N trilateral root (Hussein, Hassan, and others) can be assumed to be Muslim, so they will understand Obama's full name, Barack Hussein Obama, to proclaim him a born Muslim.
More: family and friends considered him as a child to be Muslim. In "Obama Debunks Claim About Islamic School," Nedra Pickler of the Associated Press wrote on January 24, 2007, that
Obama's mother, divorced from Obama's father, married a man from Indonesia named Lolo Soetoro, and the family relocated to the country from 1967-71. At first, Obama attended the Catholic school, Fransiskus Assisis, where documents showed he enrolled as a Muslim, the religion of his stepfather. The document required that each student choose one of five state-sanctioned religions when registering – Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Catholic or Protestant.
Asked about this, Obama communications director Robert Gibbs responded by indicating to Pickler that
he wasn't sure why the document had Obama listed as a Muslim. "Senator Obama has never been a Muslim."
Two months later, Paul Watson of the Los Angeles Times (available online in a Baltimore Sun reprint) reported that the Obama campaign had retreated from that absolute statement and instead issued a more nuanced one: "Obama has never been a practicing Muslim." The Times looked into the matter further and learned more about his Indonesian interlude:
His former Roman Catholic and Muslim teachers, along with two people who were identified by Obama's grade-school teacher as childhood friends, say Obama was registered by his family as a Muslim at both schools he attended. That registration meant that during the third and fourth grades, Obama learned about Islam for two hours each week in religion class.
The childhood friends say Obama sometimes went to Friday prayers at the local mosque. "We prayed but not really seriously, just following actions done by older people in the mosque," Zulfin Adi said. "But as kids, we loved to meet our friends and went to the mosque together and played." … Obama's younger sister, Maya Soetoro, said in a statement released by the campaign that the family attended the mosque only "for big communal events," not every Friday.
Recalling Obama's time in Indonesia, the Times account contains quotes that Obama "went to the mosque," and that he "was Muslim."
Summarized, available evidence suggests Obama was born a Muslim to a non-practicing Muslim father and for some years had a reasonably Muslim upbringing under the auspices of his Indonesian step-father. At some point, he converted to Christianity. It appears false to state, as Obama does, "I've always been a Christian" and "I've never practiced Islam." The campaign appears to be either ignorant or fabricating when it states that "Obama never prayed in a mosque."
Implications of Obama's Conversion
Obama's conversion to another faith, in short, makes him a murtadd.
That said, the punishment for childhood apostasy is less severe than for the adult version. As Robert Spencer points out, "according to Islamic law an apostate male is not to be put to death if he has not reached puberty (cf. ‘Umdat al-Salik o8.2; Hidayah vol. II p. 246). Some, however, hold that he should be imprisoned until he is of age and then ‘invited' to accept Islam, but officially the death penalty for youthful apostates is ruled out."
On the positive side, were Obama prominently charged with apostasy, that would uniquely raise the issue of a Muslim's right to change religion, taking a topic on the perpetual back-burner and placing it front and center, perhaps to the great future benefit of those Muslims who seek to declare themselves atheists or to convert to another religion.
But would Muslims seeing Obama as a murtadd significantly affect an Obama presidency? The only precedent to judge by is that of Carlos Saúl Menem, the president of Argentina from 1989 to 1999. The son of two Muslim Syrian immigrants and husband of another Syrian-Argentine, Zulema Fátima Yoma, Menem converted to Roman Catholicism. His wife said publicly that Menem left Islam for political reasons—because Argentinean law until 1994 required the president of the country to be a member of the Church. From a Muslim point of view, NYT 8 Jan 89Menem's conversion is worse than Obama's, having been done as an adult. Nonetheless, Menem was not threatened or otherwise made to pay a price for his change of religion, even during his trips to majority-Muslim countries, Syria in particular.
It is one thing to be president of Argentina in the 1990s, however, and another to be president of the United States in 2009. One must assume that some Islamists would renounce him as a murtadd and would try to execute him. Given the protective bubble surrounding an American president, though, this threat presumably would not make much difference to his carrying out his duties.
More significantly, how would more mainstream Muslims respond to him, would they be angry at what they would consider his apostasy? That reaction is a real possibility, one that could undermine his initiatives toward the Muslim world.

Another Christmas bomb; this time signed by al azhar the highest authority in sunnah islam

Philippines 'bomb plotter' is Al-Azhar envoy - clericBy Agence France Presse (AFP) Monday, December 24, 2007
CAIRO: An Egyptian man held in the Philippines for allegedly plotting a Christmas bomb attack is an envoy of Sunni Islam's highest seat of learning who was arrested by mistake, the institution's grand imam said on Sunday. Al-Azhar's Sheikh Mohammad Sayyed Tantawi told Egypt's official MENA news agency that he was personally following up the case of Sheikh Mohammad al-Sayyed Ahmad Mussa who was arrested by police in the Philippines on Tuesday. Mussa, identified by Philippine police as Mohammad Sayyed, was arrested during a raid on a flat in the Majad Islamic School in the southern city of Cotabato. An explosive device fashioned from a 60-millimeter mortar round and ball bearings attached to a timing device were recovered from his room. Philippine police said the Egyptian was captured after surveillance and that intelligence reports suggested he planned to detonate the bomb at an undisclosed location in the city on Christmas day. Among the items they said were recovered from his room was a booklet on the organization of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, a rebel group that has been fighting to set up an Islamic state in the southern Philippines. Tantawi said he hoped Mussa would be released "within the coming couple of days" and that the arrest was a mistake. - AFP

The dirt in islam

In a report published in the Israeli Haaretz newspaper on December 9, 2007, we read that 74 percent of Israeli youth believe that the Arabs are less intelligent and that they are violent. Two thirds of the Israelis believe that the Arabs are "not clean," and half of the Israelis do not accept to live in a building where an Arab lives and do not allow an Arab to enter their homes, and do not allow their child to be with an Arab child. The Arabs are often humiliated and ridiculed at Israeli airports, the report adds. Israeli officials describe them as "cancer and snakes."
We believe that israelis are moderating their words in that respect and that the facts of mozlems are much worse. Further, israelis are limiting their words to arabs: we add to it all mozlems. Dirt comes from islam and the koran. The best way to look at a mozlem is through the lens of M15 or M16. Dont forget to clean your gun afterwards.

Sunday, 23 December 2007

New syro-american deal.

Syria Arrests Top Officials in Hariri Murder CaseBashar's Relative Part of the Mystery.

Three top ranking Syrian officers have been arrested on suspicion of being involved in the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Al Hariri.The three men are Jamea Jamea, former Syrian intelligence official in Lebanon, Said Rabah, Syrian intelligence official in Mount Lebanon, and Ghassan Bilal, director of Maher al Asad's (brother of Bashar al Assad) office.They are in jail near Damascus.Muhammad Makhluf, a relative of the President, is criticially ill in hospital, after a car crash. It's thought the 'accident' was an assassination attempt against him.It comes as America and Syria move closer to reaching an 'understanding' over Lebanon. Were these arrests part of the deal?

Happy Christmas

Saturday, 22 December 2007

Islamic hatred does not spare animals: a lamb in Yemen commits suicide on the eve of his feast.

Eid al adha or the feast of the lambs is its name. A yearly muslim ritual to commemorate apparently "Prophet Abraham" 's Biblical sacrifice way before the sad advent of islam whereas in fact it is only a gesture reflecting islamic babrbaric blood thirst & bypassing Jesus's sacrifice to clean our sins keeping in mind that each lamb symbolises a kaffir & certainly not forgetting that Jesus is the LAMB OF GOD. Muslims are trying thru this ritual to prepare a virtual murder of the ennemy of satan: "Jesus Christ" better known to muslims as prophet issa (a historical forgery and plagiarism negating the Messianic nature of Jesus Christ). Note that this day corresponds with the opening season of the Hajj in Mekka where muslims turn around a black stone, a sort of meteorite, throwing stones on the devil hiding inside. Mind you that the "holy" black stone has the form of a female sexual organ.
Feast of lambs as it is popularily known; poor lambs. On that gloomy islamic day millions of them fall vicitms of islamic hatred exactly like the dhimmis did; an animal dhimmitude phenomenon. And who said animals are not aware of it: I personally witnessed lambs crying like babies on their way to islamic beheading. But still read this strange story of a lamb committing suicide the night before his feast. This strange event happened on the eve of the 17th december of 2007 in Sana' the capital of yemen. Ali mohammad hussain was surprised when he opened his shop where he detained the lamb he wanted to slaughter for this big islamic occasion, to find that the door where the lamb was detained was closed from inside. He forced the door and found the lamb dead, hanged by a rope. The lamb knowing that islamic hatred was awaiting him, preferred to commit suicide and prevented islam to profit from his death.

Who is ally and who is not ally????

Rice Says Enmity With North Korea, Iran, Syria Need Not Be Permanent
By David Gollust State Department21 December 2007
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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, in a year-end news conference Friday, left open the prospect of better relations with U.S. adversaries North Korea, Iran and Syria before the end of the Bush administration. Rice told reporters the United States doesn't have permanent enemies. VOA's David Gollust reports from the State Department.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gestures during a news conference at the State Department in Washington, 21 Dec 2007
The secretary of state made no attempt to minimize ongoing disputes, especially those with Iran over its nuclear program and ties to radical elements in the Middle East.
Rice would not rule out the possibility that the last year of the Bush administration might yield better relations with and possible visits to longtime adversaries like North Korea, Iran and Syria.
"We don't have permanent enemies, the United States doesn't," she said. "What we have is a policy that is open to ending conflict and confrontation with any country that is willing to meet us on those terms. And we've given very clear paths, with our allies, it's not a unilateral U.S, policy."
Rice reiterated an offer of open-ended dialogue with her Iranian counterpart at any time or venue, provided the Tehran government met international demands to stop uranium enrichment.
At the same time, she rejected recent suggestions by some policy analysts that the United States engage with Iran without conditions.
She said the demand that Tehran halt enrichment is enshrined in multiple resolutions by the U.N. Security Council and the International Atomic Energy Agency and reflects broad skepticism about Iran's professions of peaceful nuclear intentions.
"Why is it that this is at the center of the international effort on Iran? And it is because Iran should not be allowed to practice enrichment and reprocessing in order to solve the engineering problem of keeping (uranium centrifuge) cascades going in sequence so that they can learn to enrich, at first four percent, then 15 percent, then 50 percent, and eventually 98 percent and have fissile material for a nuclear weapon," she said.
Rice said the six-party accord, under which North Korea is to scrap its nuclear program in exchange for energy aid and diplomatic benefits, provides a clear pathway toward better political relation between Pyongyang and Washington.
She said she expects North Korea to honor the pledge it made in the Chinese-sponsored talks to make a complete and accurate declaration of all its nuclear programs, as required by year's end.
As to Syria, Rice noted that despite strains in the relationship, the United State invited Damascus to the Annapolis Middle East peace conference last month at which Syria was allowed to make its case for a comprehensive regional accord that would return the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights to Syria.
Rice said the gesture has not yet been reciprocated by better Syrian behavior, especially in what the United States sees as Syrian efforts to prolong the political impasse in Lebanon over electing a new president.
"There are those who had hoped that Syria would show a more constructive attitude toward the region as a whole, having started down this path," she noted. "That has not yet happened and it is extremely important that Lebanon, the Lebanese, be able to go to their parliament and elect a president. By all accounts they have a consensus candidate that they believe they can elect. And one has to ask why can't they get to the parliament and elect this president?"
Rice said Syria should prevail upon its Lebanese allies to let the election proceed and end a political crisis described as the most dangerous in Lebanon since the end of its civil war in 1990.
She said it is key to get the process right. The statement seems to leave open the possibility that North Korea could miss the deadline without derailing the deal.
Some information for this report was provided by AFP an d AP.

Merry Christmas

Bush HQ is your medical refernce also

7 Medical Myths Even Doctors Believe
December 22, 2007
Popular culture is loaded with myths and half-truths. Most are harmless. But when doctors start believing medical myths, perhaps it's time to worry.

In the British Medical Journal this week, researchers looked into several common misconceptions, from the belief that a person should drink eight glasses of water per day to the notion that reading in low light ruins your eyesight. "We got fired up about this because we knew that physicians accepted these beliefs and were passing this information along to their patients," said Dr. Aaron Carroll, assistant professor of pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine. "And these beliefs are frequently cited in the popular media." And so here they are, so that you can inform your doctor:
Myth: We use only 10 percent of our brains. Fact: Physicians and comedians alike, including Jerry Seinfeld, love to cite this one. It's sometimes erroneously credited to Albert Einstein. But MRI scans, PET scans and other imaging studies show no dormant areas of the brain, and even viewing individual neurons or cells reveals no inactive areas, the new paper points out. Metabolic studies of how brain cells process chemicals show no nonfunctioning areas. The myth probably originated with self-improvement hucksters in the early 1900s who wanted to convince people that they had yet not reached their full potential, Carroll figures. It also doesn't jibe with the fact that our other organs run at full tilt. Myth: You should drink at least eight glasses of water a day. Fact: "There is no medical evidence to suggest that you need that much water," said Dr. Rachel Vreeman, a pediatrics research fellow at the university and co-author of the journal article. Vreeman thinks this myth can be traced back to a 1945 recommendation from the Nutrition Council that a person consume the equivalent of 8 glasses (64 ounces) of fluid a day. Over the years, "fluid" turned to water. But fruits and vegetables, plus coffee and other liquids, count. Myth: Fingernails and hair grow after death. Fact: Most physicians queried on this one initially thought it was true. Upon further reflection, they realized it's impossible. Here's what happens: "As the body’s skin is drying out, soft tissue, especially skin, is retracting," Vreeman said. "The nails appear much more prominent as the skin dries out. The same is true, but less obvious, with hair. As the skin is shrinking back, the hair looks more prominent or sticks up a bit." Myth: Shaved hair grows back faster, coarser and darker. Fact: A 1928 clinical trial compared hair growth in shaved patches to growth in non-shaved patches. The hair which replaced the shaved hair was no darker or thicker, and did not grow in faster. More recent studies have confirmed that one. Here's the deal: When hair first comes in after being shaved, it grows with a blunt edge on top, Carroll and Vreeman explain. Over time, the blunt edge gets worn so it may seem thicker than it actually is. Hair that's just emerging can be darker too, because it hasn't been bleached by the sun. Myth: Reading in dim light ruins your eyesight. Fact: The researchers found no evidence that reading in dim light causes permanent eye damage. It can cause eye strain and temporarily decreased acuity, which subsides after rest. Myth: Eating turkey makes you drowsy. Fact: Even Carroll and Vreeman believed this one until they researched it. The thing is, a chemical in turkey called tryptophan is known to cause drowsiness. But turkey doesn't contain any more of it than does chicken or beef. This myth is fueled by the fact that turkey is often eaten with a colossal holiday meal, often accompanied by alcohol — both things that will make you sleepy. Myth: Mobile phones are dangerous in hospitals. Fact: There are no known cases of death related to this one. Cases of less-serious interference with hospital devices seem to be largely anecdotal, the researchers found. In one real study, mobile phones were found to interfere with 4 percent of devices, but only when the phone was within 3 feet of the device. A more recent study, this year, found no interference in 300 tests in 75 treatment rooms. To the contrary, when doctors use mobile phones, the improved communication means they make fewer mistakes. "Whenever we talk about this work, doctors at first express disbelief that these things are not true," said Vreeman said. "But after we carefully lay out medical evidence, they are very willing to accept that these beliefs are actually false."

Friday, 21 December 2007

What will Israel do? from Newsweek magazine

What Will Israel Do ?
December 21, 2007
Ehud Olmert, like George W. Bush, is trying hard to make it seem that nothing has changed, and that the international diplomatic coalition against Iran is still intact. "The state of Israel is not the main flag-bearer against the quirks of the regime in Tehran," the Israeli prime minister declared testily last week, after officials in his own government seemed to suggest that Israel had been left on its own by Washington.

Olmert said that the recent U.S. National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran--which stunned leaders around the world by concluding, after years of bellicose rhetoric from Bush officials about Iran's nuclear ambitions, that Tehran had halted its weapons program in 2003--has "generated an exaggerated debate" in Israel. "Some of us even interpreted the report as an American retreat from its support of Israel," Olmert said. "This is groundless … I trust and am confident that the United States will continue to lead the international campaign to stop the development of a nuclear Iran."But Olmert is not Moses; he can't hold back elemental forces all by himself. And a rising tide of opinion in Israel's intelligence and national-security circles believes that the NIE does signal American retreat--and, more profoundly, renewed Israeli isolation over what is deemed an existential threat out of Tehran. Gen. Ephraim Sneh, a former deputy defense minister who has warned for years that Israel would eventually have to confront Iran alone, told me that "today we are closer to this situation than we were three weeks ago ... we have to be prepared to forestall this threat on our own.
" Some prominent American experts think that the NIE all but assures Israeli military action at some point. "I came back from a trip to Israel in November convinced that Israel would attack Iran," Bruce Riedel, a former career CIA official and senior adviser to three U.S. presidents--including Bush--on Middle East and South Asian issues, told me Thursday, citing conversations he had with Mossad and defense officials. "And that was before the NIE. This makes it even more likely. Israel is not going to allow its nuclear monopoly to be threatened." Riedel said the Bush administration compounded the problem by failing to signal to the Israelis that the NIE assessment was coming. "Something like this should have been presented to the Israelis through professional intelligence channels," he said. Yuval Steinitz, a member of the right-wing Likud Party, told me that he had led a delegation of Knesset members to Washington a few weeks before the NIE was made public Dec. 3. Steinitz said he met with Vice President Dick Cheney, national-security adviser Stephen Hadley and other administration officials, but not even they seemed aware that their 2005 estimate that Iran was definitely pursuing nuclear weapons was about to be repudiated. Even though Iran was discussed, he said, "no one seemed to have any sign this was forthcoming," he says.Many Israeli experts are appalled by the tone of the report, which concludes with "high confidence" that Iran halted its "nuclear weapons program." The NIE arrived at this finding even though it also asserted that Washington now had concrete evidence of that program, and despite Tehran's brazen pursuit of uranium enrichment. Even formerly moderate European and Russian officials suggest that the report went too far, especially in concluding that the U.S. intel community still has "moderate confidence" that the suspension of the program continues. Uzi Arad, a former Mossad official and adviser to Benjamin Netanyahu, the former Likud prime minister, said that on a recent trip he made to Moscow, a Russian general poked fun at the naiveté of the NIE, commenting that if the Iranians had halted weapons development in 2003 it was partly because they were satisfied with progress there and wanted to devote investment to harder parts of the nuclear equation, like enrichment. In the end, these critics say, Iran is likely to be further emboldened by the report (Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lost no time in boasting of America's "surrender"). "The irony is that the effect of this report may be self-negating--by itself it will accelerate Iranian acquisition of nuclear weapons," Arad said.Some experts question whether the Israelis have the capability to seriously damage Iran's nuclear program, which is secured in secret, hardened facilities around the country. But others point out that the new NIE gives evidence of far better intelligence on Iran--possibly including the whereabouts of its facilities. "It did state for first time that a military nuclear program was in motion until 2003," said Sneh. "That was a major revelation that should have been picked up, and it was very damaging incriminating evidence, justifying much harsher action against Iran."A few experts, such as David Albright of the Institute for Science and International Security in Washington, say the intel still seems scant on the location of Iran's secret centrifuge development and manufacturing complex. Still, Albright points out that the Israelis are likely encouraged by the nonreaction to their September airstrike on what is reported to have been a Syrian nuclear facility, which may have been a test run for Iran, or at least a warning directed at Tehran. "Israel has gotten away with it in a sense," says Albright. He suggests that any Israeli pre-emptive action might not be a "traditional strike" but could involve more "sabotage of equipment." The Israelis also know that the Arab states are terrified of an Iranian nuclear power, possibly to the point of looking the other way at another such strike.Sneh, like others, isn't conceding failure yet on the official Israeli and U.S. approach, which involves isolating Iran diplomatically and economically. A third U.N. Security Council resolution authorizing economic sanctions against Iran is expected to pass next year, but it is likely to be fairly hollow because of Russian and Chinese opposition. One reason for Bush's abruptly announced nine-day visit to the region in mid-January is to deal with the fallout from the NIE, which includes not only the possibility that Israel will act unilaterally but also that Bush's prized Annapolis peace process will stall. The Bush trip is, in part, an implicit concession to U.S. hawks that the NIE went too far in absolving Iran. It is also a conscious effort to reassure both Israel and the Arab states that Washington will stand up to Iran's increasing intrusiveness and hegemonic tendencies. A dominant conspiracy theory in Arab capitals in the wake of the NIE is that Washington is seeking to cut a deal with Tehran--one that would effectively allow it to keep its nascent uranium-enrichment capability--in exchange for Iranian help in stabilizing Iraq.Bush may also reassure the Israelis and Arab allies that the NIE overstated things in letting Iran off the hook. In yet another briefing to angry congressmen Wednesday, Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell conceded that "we could have written parts of it more clearly," according to a senior congressman who was there. The ranking Republican member of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Rep. Peter Hoekstra, says he's calling for an independent commission to probe the report. "Most of the world looks at it and says it's an embarrassment to the United States because once again the U.S. intelligence community has dramatically changed its position," Hoekstra told NEWSWEEK. And it may well be that Washington must take back its words one more time to prevent the Israelis from acting on their own.

Monday, 17 December 2007

Egyptian imam throws a fatwa against a coptic billionaire. Article from l'orient l' jour

Un islamiste lance une fatwa contre un milliardaire copte
Un cheikh islamiste a lancé hier une fatwa contre le magnat égyptien des télécommunications, Naguib Sawiris, un chrétien copte, qui s’était ému de l’islamisation rampante en Égypte. Dans ce décret religieux transmis à l’AFP, cheikh Youssef al-Badri, connu pour ses attaques contre l’intelligentsia égyptienne, demande aux musulmans de boycotter les compagnies de M. Sawiris. Naguib Sawiris, qui appartient à une puissante dynastie d’hommes d’affaires, contrôle notamment en Égypte la compagnie leader de téléphonie Mobinil, avec 10 millions d’abonnés.

Sunday, 16 December 2007

The Growing Crisis Over Jerusalem

At the present time we are seeing a lot of political posturing ahead of the planned Middle-East peace summit in Annapolis--and we are hearing a lot of talk in the media about Israel having to give away much of Jerusalem as well as pulling out of West Bank settlements.

Headlines in Israel's Haaretz newspaper (Wednesday Nov. 14) reflect the posturing and the talk. 'Jerusalem Promises to freeze W. Bank settlement Construction' is the front page headline, supported by others such as 'Most Israelis ready to give up W. Bank.' Haaretz correspondent Aluf Benn writes: "These gestures are meant to make it clear that Israel does not intend to remain in the territories, and understands that its presence there is only temporary."

Other voices in Israel are warning against the planned Annapolis surrender. A member of the Knesset, Aryeh Eldad commented:

"The government is declaring open season for the Arabs to come and take whatever they want - future borders, Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, refugees, and everything else."

Head of the Yesha Council (which is an administrative body for the West Bank), Danny Dayan, told Prime Minister Olmert that the Annapolis-planned transfer of 120,000 Jews from their homes in Judea and Samaria is something that Israel, as a society, will not be able to survive. 'Such a move would break the backbone of our society,' he said."

As to the West Bank settlers themselves there seems to be a growing mood of despondency among them. They would probably not admit to this, but it is not hard to detect it.

Moshe Kempinski, an orthodox Jew living in Jerusalem, has written an article in which he laments the current situation. He points to the pain of those who have lost loved-ones to terrorists, to the many funerals that have taken place. He points out that the protest marches, huge prayer gatherings and other legitimate means of expression (even singing songs) has apparently accomplished nothing. As these people--these settlers--face eviction from their homes and banishment from the Biblical heartland, what else can they do?

David Wilder of Hebron together with his colleague Noam Arnon has written an open letter to U.S. Secretary of State Rice appealing for a re-consideration of the present policy. After writing about the promises to Abraham in the Bible, and of the long history of the Jews and of this area, they warn of the bloodshed that the current U.S. policy will bring. They say:

Your schemes plainly include the deportation of tens of thousands of Jews from their localities and homes. Therefore, we wish to inform you that we do not intend to leave our homes on any terms. You will have to use force against us in order to transfer the territory, free of Jews, to the murderers' organizations - the PLO and Hamas. This is the direction in which you are leading the Middle East. Is this how the United States fights for justice and against Islamic terror?"

Concider: "Remember, O LORD, what is come upon us: consider, and behold our reproach. Our inheritance is turned to strangers, our houses to aliens. We are orphans and fatherless, our mothers are as widows."

Those words are literally true for many in Israel today--and especially in the West Bank area. As they face the future--and the results of Government policies enforced by the United States and others, it becomes clear that the way forward is hardly likely to be achieved through political activity. No one is listening to their cries, no one is taking any notice of their protest rallies--or reading their open letters. Deliverance has to come, eventually, in some other way.

Forging for Peace is a natural tendency afforded to those who understand the reality of truth, for most Nations have a similar need, however, Many of these countries have a priority relevent to their own agendas. The consequence of either can have an appauling outcome, but the former based on the reality of Truth is not surpassed by the latter. For indeed we will pray for the peace of Jerusalem, the eternal City that to this day, continues to usurp her authority, and will pay dearly for compromising that which was long ago!!!!!

The Rise of Autocratic Russia

It has been an interesting week again in many respects, but among all the news stories a really significant one has been the landslide election victory for Vladimir Putin in Russia. As reported by the Associated Press:

"Vladimir Putin's party won a crushing victory in parliamentary elections Sunday, paving the way for the authoritarian leader to remain in control even after he steps down as president.

"The vote followed a tense Kremlin campaign that relied on a combination of persuasion and intimidation to ensure victory for the United Russia party and for Putin, who has used a flood of oil revenues to move his country into a more assertive position on the global stage.

'The vote affirmed the main idea: that Vladimir Putin is the national leader, that the people support his course, and this course will continue,' party leader and parliament speaker Boris Gryzlov said after exit polls were announced."

The United States newspaper 'USA Today' reported the election as follows:

"European election monitors said Monday that Russia's parliamentary ballot was unfair, hours after President Vladimir Putin's party swept 70% of the seats in the new legislature

The victory paves the way for Putin to remain Russia's de facto leader even after he leaves office next spring. On Monday, Putin described the weekend's election as a vote of confidence in him. 'I headed the United Russia ticket and, of course, it's a sign of public trust.' Putin said in televised remarks.

The 'persuasion and intimidation' spoken of in those reports refers-- in part, at least--to the activities of the Russian youth group known by the name NASHI. Nashi appears to be much like the Hitler youth groups of the 1930's in many ways. A report in the Moscow Times described the anti-US fervour of this movement as they sought to influence the Russian elections. Under the headline NASHI SAYS U.S. PLANNING INSURRECTION it was reported:

"A U.S. Embassy spokeswoman called the claim 'ridiculous.''

Well, ridiculous or not, many Russians will believe it, just as Germans believed the tall stories told by Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebells as the Nazis rose to power 70 years ago. There seems to be abundant evidence that today, we are witnessing the rise of a new autocratic Russia, and there is every sign that this Russia is becoming more and more hostile to the United States and Britain.

An article in the Jerusalem Post by the columnist and assistant editor, Caroline Glick said:

"Just ahead of Sunday's Duma elections, Russian President Vladimir Putin took yet another step towards ending the post-Cold War thaw in Russia's relations with the West by signing a law suspending Russia's participation in the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe. Starting next week, Russia will halt NATO countries' inspections and verifications of its military sites and will no longer be obligated to limit the number of its conventional weapons deployed west of the Urals. The signal the move sends former Soviet republics and satellites like Ukraine, Georgia, Poland and Rumania is a chilling one.

She went on to say, "Russia's hostility to the West extends from Europe to the Middle East." And that, of course, Russia, they have said, is the chief power mentioned in Ezekiel chapter 38. For example, Lowth, in his commentary of 1739 identifies Russia, saying that:

"The Septuagint interpreters (that is the Greek version of the Bible dating back to about 285 BC) take the word Rosh, commonly translated chief, for a proper name... Rosh, taken as a proper name, signifies those inhabitants of Scythi, from whence the Russians derive their name and original."

"There never has been such an age of conquest as that which will soon open upon the world; and as to the establishment of European freedom and independence, the war to be initiated is the setting in of an overwhelming inundation that will submerge them under one of the most terrible and scorching despotisms that ever wrung the heart of nations."

This is where current events are leading. The Nashi movement, the rise of an autocratic Russia, the hostility to the United States and the West, the extension of this into the Middle East-

Russia, The Prince of Rosh ( Captain ) and all his bands.........are in the final phase of Prepertory work, and you can bet they will come when you least expect it. Like it or not, they will come!!!!!

Homosexuality in islam: taboo or not taboo???

Look at prophet mohammad with ali; both were gay. I am not at all defending homosexuality but why mohammad the prophet of allat and ali his son in law were allowed to be homosexual while mozlem gays who do not belong to the ruling societies are persecuted??? Two weights two measures in islam. Bi samneh wa bi zayt !!! Hahahahaha; islam makes us laugh every day. Instead of laughing we better cry for allowing this social virus propagate and invade our shores.

Friday, 14 December 2007


Ya3four again

In gaza strip, because of shortage of fuel, the prices of donkeys (ya3four's) have reached unprecedented values.

Syria's come back???

Lebanon: A sellout to Syria?The Christian Science Monitor
Events in Lebanon are rarely just about Lebanon. They can't be, not with Syria, Iran, the US, France, and Israel all vying for influence in this tiny and tattered democracy. It's not surprising then, that the prospect of a new president in Lebanon also has implications for the region.In Lebanon, a bellwether for what ails the Middle East, the welcome news is this: After a year of political stalemate, key factions in parliament are coalescing around the choice of Army Chief Michel Suleiman as president. That's quite a feat for a deeply divided country that could easily tip back into civil war and that is still recovering from last year's brief war between Israel and Lebanon's Hizbullah militants.General Suleiman's election by parliament is not yet a done deal. But the main group opposing him, known as the March 14 Coalition and a pro-US force for democracy, now reluctantly supports him.True, March 14 doesn't like that Suleiman is Syria's preferred choice, that he is a military man, or that he is close to Hizbullah. On the other hand, Suleiman is popular for having rooted out radical Islamists from a Palestinian refugee camp this year, for keeping order in Beirut during Hizbullah-organized protests and sit-ins, and for positioning the Army as neutral.That Suleiman comes with a list of pros and cons is what makes him a compromise. It's also what raises his story to one of regional import.Some in the March 14 group view the general as a "sellout" to neighboring Syria. It was only in 2005 that peaceful Lebanese protesters threw off Syrian military occupation after the assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. A preliminary United Nations investigation implicated Syrian and Lebanese security officials in the deed, but its latest report doesn't name names. March 14 believes Syria is also behind killings of anti-Syrian politicians, journalists, and civic leaders in Lebanon since the assassination.Suleiman was appointed Army chief when Syria occupied the country. He has a working relationship with Syrian military intelligence. March 14 feels betrayed by US support for Suleiman and its recent warming with Syria.Another way to look at Suleiman is not as a sellout, but as an "investment in" a new geopolitical dynamic that engages Syria in regional peace issues instead of isolates it. The Bush administration seems to be going in this direction by inviting Syria to last week's Israeli-Palestinian peace conference in Annapolis, Md., and expressing openness to an Israeli-Syrian peace deal over the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.A US engagement strategy with Syria might look like this: Syria and Israel work out a peace deal that returns the Golan Heights to Damascus; that deal relieves Syria from having to support its anti-Israel military proxies Hizbullah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza – and loosens its relationship of convenience with Iran; that in turn improves regional stability.The US labels Syria as a supporter of terrorism, and that makes it difficult for the administration to switch gears like this. But isolating Damascus has not worked, and even Israel has made overtures to Syria. There is an opportunity now to move forward, and Suleiman could actually help that process along – in Lebanon and in the neighborhood.

When a mozlem knows Jesus is the Messiah & allat does not exist.....

Goodbye Mr CIA; SEE you soon my friend

Thursday, 13 December 2007

Islamic car!!! is the koran its construction manual???

'Islamic car' to be made only in Muslim statesBy Agence France Presse (AFP) Thursday, December 13, 2007
TEHRAN: Iran is to lead the production of a new vehicle dubbed the "Islamic car" targeting Muslim markets and to be built only in Islamic states, its largest auto manufacturer Irankhodro said on Wednesday.
Irankhodro chief executive Manouchehr Manteghi said the vehicle would be a joint venture by members of the pan-Islamic grouping, the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC).
"The Islamic car is a joint brand among member states of the OIC targeting Muslim markets and aimed at boosting their economy and industry," he told reporters.
He added that delegations from the OIC, Turkey, and the Malaysian automaker Proton would meet in Tehran in January to prepare the framework of the project, which would later be debated at an OIC summit in March 2008.
"If it is adopted by the OIC, the project will be launched in March 2008 and take three years to complete at an estimated cost of $200 to $500 million," Manteghi said of the vehicle, which is yet to be designed.
He said the platform would be in either Iran or Malaysia and that Irankhodro would lead the project. "But any Muslim states which are interested will be welcome to join and have a share in the production."
Proton's managing director Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohammad Tahir had in November described the Islamic car as fitted with a compass to find the direction of Mecca and a compartment to keep the Koran.
But Manteghi said the Islamic features would come as "added options" to the car, which will be "presentable anywhere."
The state-owned Irankhodro is the largest car manufacturer in the Middle East with an annual production of about 550,000 units including Iran's flagship Samand, Peugeot 206 and Peugeot Pars, which is a face-lifted 405. - AFP

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I won't pass it out.CASHCOW: L.A is a long waysSampson24: Just a look at you.Sampson24: A couple hours flight babeSampson24: Like 4CASHCOW: I dont knowCASHCOW: long distance realationships dont workSampson24: What town you in?CASHCOW: Panama CitySampson24: Listen, Alana and all these people know I am a nice guy. I didn't follow their crowd when they left Paltalk..Sampson24: Send your picture Cash, will ya?Sampson24: All for me?CASHCOW: I dont know if I shouldSampson24: It won't go any further...than me.Sampson24: Swear.CASHCOW: you Swear ?Sampson24: I SWEAR.CASHCOW: I dont feel conforable giving it outCASHCOW: this is real personalSampson24: OMG~~~~~~~~~~~~.Sampson24: I SWEAR.............Sampson24: Let me see you!CASHCOW: ok , only if you dont show no one period !Sampson24: All those words I threw your way.......................Sampson24: I will show NO ONE!Sampson24: You must look pretty good huh?CASHCOW: you promise me !, NO ONE !Sampson24: NONE________NOT ONE!CASHCOW: okSampson24: kSampson24: Hmmmmmmmmmmmm________G-d!!! YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Sampson24: WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW!Sampson24: You ARE HOT!Sampson24: Beautiful!CASHCOW: dont show no one CASHCOW: that picture is very personalSampson24: I won't babeSampson24: Is your hand down below?Sampson24: Holding open?Sampson24: Or is that labia??CASHCOW: please dont ask me thatSampson24: YUMMMMMMMMMYYYYYYY~~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Sampson24: okCASHCOW: im not a whoreSampson24: I know thatSampson24: I'am stunned...............You're very Nice Looking......CASHCOW: I get enough of that from guys around hereSampson24: I know, I'am sorry.Sampson24: Beautiful skinSampson24: I'am a Man...Sampson24: Bear with meCASHCOW: how about the soul ?CASHCOW: not the body Sampson24: Of courseSampson24: The Neshumah?Sampson24: Your Heart toooooooooooooSampson24: Speak Hebrew>?CASHCOW: noSampson24: I don't eitherCASHCOW: dad is AmericanSampson24: A few wordsCASHCOW: anyway , I need to get back to the roomSampson24: Ok Cash, Thanks for the Picture.Sampson24: I didn't mean to hurt your feelings