Saturday, February 04, 2006

For some wild pics of muhammad check out this link, this is the kind of things that needs to be spread all over the net.

You can post up your pics here as well. It would be good to see those pics posted here put up on this site as well.

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If you don't feel good,
there's a way you could
Don't sit there broken hearted
Call all your friends in the neighborhood
And get the party started

Friday, February 03, 2006

Middle East Online

Call for Jihad over prophet cartoon row goes online
Muslim extremists rally faithful on Internet to Jihad against countries where Mohammed’s cartoons are published.

By Habib Trabelsi - PARIS

Muslim extremists are using the furore over the Prophet Mohammed cartoons published in European newspapers to rally the faithful to a jihad (holy war), in several Internet postings.

"Brothers, it's war against Islam ..., grab your swords," says hardline Saudi cleric Sheikh Badr bin Nader al-Mashari in a voice recording posted on an Islamist website.

He said the cartoons - first published by a Danish newspaper in September with several other European papers following suit over the past week - are "part of the war waged by the decadent West against the triumphant Islam".

"To the billion Muslims: where are your arms? Your enemies have trampled on the prophet. Rise up," screamed the sheikh, who is the imam of a mosque in Riyadh, amid the cries of the faithful listening to his speech.
Muslim bloggers even launched a website,, exhorting the faithful to boycott Danish products.

Danish dairy products have already been banned from supermarkets in most Arab countries in the wake of the crisis.
But many bloggers said trade sanctions will lead nowhere, calling for a more militant response.

"Boycotts and messages of indignation instead of bombs and explosives," lamented female blogger Ashiqat al-Jihad (lover of the holy war) in one posting.

Another blogger singled out France, where the left-leaning paper Liberation reprinted two of the controversial cartoons.
The influential Le Monde also splashed a cartoon of the prophet on its front page Thursday, a day after France Soir reproduced all of the original cartoons that appeared in the Danish paper Jyllands-Posten citing its right to free expression.

"Our prophet was insulted again by France. The boycott will accomplish nothing. We need bombs and explosives," said another blogger under the pseudonym Abu Badr.

A blogger using the name Ubda called on Islamic militants in Iraq, Palestine and Chechnya not to spare any Danes and Norwegians they come across.

"Slit their throats in the style of (Abu Musab) al-Zarqawi," he said referring to Iraq's most wanted militant and leader of Al-Qaeda in the war-torn country.

London-based Arab newspaper Al-Quds Al-Arabi published Thursday a statement attributed to an Al-Qaeda linked group, the Brigades of Abu Hafs al-Masri, warning Denmark and all those who insult the prophet with a "bloody war".
"The infidels must know that the coming days will see a bloody war and a series of blessed conquests," said the statement.


Peaceful islam in action, these muslims are the most peaceful and tolerant folks you will find on the planet.



Monday, January 30, 2006

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Upon Further Review

I've been pondering the Palestinian elections the last few days. As I said previously, the legacy of Ariel Sharon is not as bright and shining as everyone is making it out to be. But the question du jour is, would we be intellectually honest if we didn't also fault the current administration for pushing the idea of a pull-out from Gaza? Bush and Rice were sorely misguided in their handling of the situation. We have empowered and emboldened the terrorists of not only Israel, but the entire world by implicitly communicating the idea that if they persevere with their homicide bombings, they too will eventually win concessions- even if it takes 35 years.

Sunday, January 29, 2006