Zendebâd Shamshire khodâhyie Rum Barâye fardâye behtar

Monster Massacre

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  1. jackdaw schreibt:

    Play the Beethoven, never play the Napoleon.
    Beethoven was the Music No. 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MCnnfXPSHw

  2. jerry schreibt:

    We are proud to announce that Amil Imani will be heading up the Iranian Freedom Initiative. Amil will join forces with us to fight Islamic supremacism in the West and the global jihad, and we will join Amil in his battle for regime change in Iran. He is a force for good, and we welcome him aboard with great enthusiasm.

    Amil Imani is an Iranian-American writer, poet, novelist, essayist, literary translator, public speaker, and political analyst, who has been writing and speaking out about the danger of radical Islam both in America and internationally. He has become a formidable voice in America as well as for the struggling people of his native land of Iran. Born in Tehran, Imani moved to the United States during the radical Islamic Revolution of 1978/79. His numerous articles about Islam have been published in many newspapers and magazines around the world as well as in thousands of Internet magazines, websites and blogs. Imani’s writings can be found on his website Amil Imani.com. He is a regular commentator on the Iranian issues on BBC World News. He is also 2010 honoree of EMET: „the Speaker of the Truth Award“ on Capitol Hill. Imani is the author of the riveting new book “Obama Meets Ahmadinejad.”

    More good news. D’vorah Joy Hoffmann (דבורה ג’וי הופמן) is heading up the Israeli division of our global counter jihad movement, the Israel Freedom Initiative. D’vorah is a passionate zionist and is active in the political, cultural and existential battles Israel faces. We fiercely support Israel and will be active in US/Israel counter jihadist actions. Israel is on the front lines of the global jihad, and is the prime target of the notoriously antisemitic Organization of the Islamic Conference. We will promote a real, concrete understanding of Islam’s war on Israel and deconstruct media-advanced antisemitic propaganda.

    We are targeting a major action for September 2011, the tenth anniversary of the 911 attacks, when the genocidal, bloodthirsty hatefest Durban III plans on descending on New York City like locusts. Start planning to be there now. Manhattan, September 2011. If you need to connect with the freedom initiative in your country, contact me.

    Stay tuned.


  3. jerry schreibt:

    „The tragedy of Iraq’s Christians is that it does not interest anyone“
    To illustrate the same point several days ago, we noted the silence of CNN’s website in the midst of another wave of jihadist attacks against Christians in Iraq. Dancing with the Stars merited a mention, along with Sarah Palin on baking cookies and other human interest pieces. Another escalation in the latest violent campaign to convert or expel non-Muslims from the Middle East? Not so much.

    Of course, this has been a big year in the U.S. for pontifications on „tolerance,“ in connection with the Ground Zero mosque, the Qur’an burning that wasn’t, and other issues. But the relative silence in the mainstream media on this topic demonstrates that the banner of tolerance is taken up only for fashionable groups.

    There is an obvious, but irrational fear that speaking out too openly for the sake of persecuted minorities in Muslim lands goes off-message from the politically correct duty play up Islam’s purported tolerance, makes it seem like the West is unfairly picking on Muslims, is in a so-called „crusader war,“ and so forth.

    In practice, all that amounts to is discarding justice for the sake of public relations, which is what the obsession with „hearts and minds“ so often involves: appearances.

    And of course, there is the state of denial, which is almost hallucinatory in the face of repeated stories like this, that non-Muslims are in long-term danger based on anything contained in Islamic teachings. Funny, then, how these things keep happening, not just since 2003, not just since 9/11, not just since 1948, or any other point in history that is cited as the root of Muslim grievances against non-Muslims, but for the entire history of Islamic conquest and rule.

    „The tragedy of Iraq’s Christians is that it does not interest anyone, Chaldean Catholic says,“ by Joseph Seferta for Asia News, November 13:

    I belong to the Chaldean Catholic Church, which makes up the majority of Christians in Iraq. Others include Assyrians, as well Syrian, Armenian and Byzantine Christians, both Catholic and Orthodox. Christians under Saddam Hussein totalled some one million, but now only half that number remains in the country, the rest having fled and are living as refugees, particularly in Syria and Jordan.
    The atrocity committed by Muslim fanatics, which resulted in dozens of Syrian Catholics dead and dozens of others wounded, was a big blow to the struggling Christian minority. It has been followed by other assassinations of Christians in their homes and shops. All these fanatics (known by various names) in the Middle East and other Muslim-majority countries, are bent on imposing Shari’a and running Islamic states that have no place for Christians in them.
    Christians in the Middle East, of course, predate Muslims by hundreds of years and go back to Apostolic Times. Since the 7th Century Islamic conquest, they have been made second-class citizens with hardly any rights at all. They have undergone many waves of persecution, which have greatly reduced their numbers and influence. They suffer prejudice and discrimination on a daily basis, while Muslim minorities here in the West enjoy full rights and have built hundreds of mosques.
    Tragically, Iraq’s Christians had nothing to do with the American invasion, but they always wrongly get accused of siding with the „Christian“ West. Now they feel both isolated and betrayed by their own government as well as the international community. They have always been model citizens, serving their country in every field, and their only desire is to be left alone to live and worship in peace. But they have become a soft target for extremists.
    There is now a real danger that Christians in the Middle East and in Iraq in particular, of being exterminated, due to both persecution and large-scale emigration, unless something is done urgently to stem the tide and save them. Too many cannot bear their suffering any longer and are sick and tired of waiting for someone to come to their aid. People either do not know or do not seem to care about them. Even the recent Middle East Synod convoked by the Holy Father was a disappointment, due to lack of both unity and courage. It is now high time that the United Nations seriously tackle this huge problem, for otherwise we will end up with the catastrophe of an Iraq and even a Middle East devoid of any Christians.
    In October 2007, 138 Muslim leaders issued ‚A Common Word between Us and You‘, a substantive invitation to Christians to dialogue based on the commandments to love God and love one another, found in the Bible and the Qur’an. The problem is that no such thing exists in the Qur’an.
    While love is central in Christianity, it is hardly relevant in Islam. The few Qur’anic verses that mention love mean something that is totally different from the New Testament. In the Qur’an, Allah’s love is conditional upon man’s blind obedience to his laws. Thus, we read in verse 4:107, for example, „Allah loveth not the impious and the guilty.“
    Love in the Qur’an is just an attribute rather than a part of God’s very essence (as in „God is love“, 1 John 4:8). The concept of love of neighbour does not exist either. There is only love for fellow Muslims, who, for example, are told in 5:59, „Take not the Jews and the Christians for your friends“, and in 9:29, „Fight those who believe not in Allah or his Apostle, even if they are the People of the Book [Christians and Jews] until they submit“.

  4. Zahal schreibt:

    Lese gerade bei Israel heute:

    Insider warnt: Iran wird von Atomwaffen Gebrauch machen
    Freitag, 12. November 2010 | von nai news

    Ein ehemaliges iranisches Mitglied der Revolutionsgarde, der militärischen Elitetruppe, die das Regime an der Macht hält, hat öffentlich gewarnt, dass Iran nicht zögern werde, Israel, die Golfstaaten und selbst Europa anzugreifen, wenn die Entwicklung der Nuklearwaffen abgeschlossen sind. Der Mann sprach unter einem Pseudonym zum israelischen National Radio, um sich und seine Familie zu schützen. Viele Iraner wie er seien mittlerweile desillusioniert bezüglich des islamischen Regimes und würden die Hilfe Israels oder einer Nation beim Sturz der Regierung sehr willkommen heißen, versicherte er. Der Iraner erklärte weiterhin, Präsident Ahmadinedschad und die geistlichen Diktatoren des Landes seien darauf aus, Chaos und Zerstörung herbeizuführen, weil dies in der letzten „Hadith“ (islamische Kommentare von Mohammeds Lehren) gefordert werde. Aus diesem Chaos, so lehrt die Hadith, werde der Imam Mahdi, der islamische Messias, hervortreten.

    Mehr zum Madhi hat Manfred schon geschrieben:


    Ach, wenn es doch nur moralische Regierungen geben würde, die sich nicht von Profit leiten lassen, sondern die Zukunft unserer Kinder im Auge haben würde…..

  5. jerry schreibt:

    There has been no let-up, however, in the campaign against [Christianity]. On Wednesday, synchronized bombings struck at least 11 Christian locations across in Baghdad, killing at least six people and wounding more than 30. The strikes appear to be directly connected to a vicious October 31 church invasion that left at least 50 people dead after gunmen overran Sunday services, shooting down the attending priest and acolyte at the altar before spraying automatic gunfire on the congregation and detonating explosives vest. The Halloween murders at Our Lady of Salvation in Baghdad’s middle class, mixed Karada neighborhood were followed by an announcement by the Islamic State of Iraq, an al-Qaeda proxy, promising „We will open upon [the Christians] the doors of destruction and rivers of blood.“ (Emphasis added.)


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