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Greetings. After this weekend, this Take Our Country Back Blog will be moving to the new web site. Too many conservatives are getting zapped by the intolerant dweebs of the Obama Goons and seeing that this editing platform is a free site, Blogger can do pretty much what it feels like doing. Hence, I now have a paid site and will be migrating the last 1400+ posts shortly.

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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Hamas = Islam

Thanks and a tip of the hat to http://www.barenakedislam.wordpress.com, for informing me of the existence of this video through a link posted on the UAC Anti Jihad Forum.

Pissing people off is not my sport. Sometimes it is necessary. This is one of those occasions. The ten minute video which I am bringing to your attention is extremely important. It was filmed in Gaza, and narrated by Christian Prince, allegedly sired by Saudi Royalty; his mother immigrated to KSA as a house servant. Christian Prince grew up in the Arabic Culture and studied Islam's texts in Arabic. He knows Moe's Murder Cult from the inside.

In this short excursion into a long subject, Christian Prince makes important revelations about Hamas. You are about to witness the murder of a wedding party which Hamas attacked because they were playing music and singing. You will also witness Falestinians celebrating 9/11 and little boys being trained to hate & murder Jews.

Christian Prince will also reveal some of the history of the Levant, exposing the Falestinian's inversion of history & morality.

If, like me, you are stuck on a dialup connection, it will be necessary to download the ten minute (25MB)video. In that case, Download & install Irfanview.exe which can play flv files directly. It is freeware, and extremely useful if you need to do file conversions or edit images on an XP system.

If you don't have Firefox or Flock, download and install it now, then follow the following sequence.

  • Tools
    • Extensions
    • Add Ons
      • Get Extensions
      • Download Helper 3.51
Next, follow the following sequence.
  • Right click the video's URL box
    • click Download Helper
    • click the red download icon, last item in the next menu.
    • When the download is complete:
      • open the download dialog
      • open the containing folder
      • drag & drop the flv file onto Irfanview.







Download URL

Do not forget or abandon this video after watching it. Copy this blog post and paste it into an email to everyone in your address book. Ask the recipients to forward it.

There is one significant fact about Hamas which the video does not reveal.

The Slogan of the Hamas

Article Eight

Allah is its goal, the Prophet its model, the Qur'an its Constitution, Jihad its path and death for the case of Allah its most sublime belief.

  • Allah is its goal
    • This means meeting him; earning his approbation & admission to Paradise, referred to by the Qur'an as the Supreme Success.
  • the Prophet is its model
  • the Qur'an its Constitution
    • Hamas is identical to Islam!!! Hamas = Islam && Islam = Hamas!!
  • Jihad is its path
  • death for the case of Allah its most sublime belief
For the clueless: "the Qur'an its Constitution" is the key phrase because it establishes the fatal fact that Hamas and Islam are one and the same. Hamas neither adds to nor subtracts from Islam; it is Islam. To erase all doubt, read the Charter of Hamas. You will find Qur'an & hadith quotes therein; they show you the foundation upon which Hamas is erected..

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Some Things Never Change

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Somethings never change. Norman Lear was and still is and will always be a libtard hack dufus moron. As I have stated so many times I cannot recall how many, every time a libtard tries to refute a "something", they ALWAYS wind up admitting to that particular "something".

Norman Lear tried to make the character Archie Bunker out to be some nutbar right winger and in the process made him into a prophet. Listen to this clip from All In The Family from the early 1970s. Simply amazing.



Friday, January 9, 2009

Its Shari'ah, Stupid #5


This is the fifth in a series of posts focusing on quotes from fiqh. These quotes were contained in the Offensive Jihad thread at FOMI.nu and are preserved in this Windows Help File.

al-Mawardi, d. 1058, shafi’i. al-Ahkam as-Sultaniyyah, övers. Asadullah Yate, The Laws of Islamic Governance (London 1996), s. 28, 60, 77-8, 200-1.
[The caliph must] make jihad against those who resist Islam after having been called to it until they submit or accept to live as a protected dhimmi-community – so that Allah’s rights, may He be exalted, be made uppermost above all [other] religion. […]

it is forbidden us to initiate an attack on the mushrikun while they are unawares or at night, that is, it is forbidden to kill them, use fire against them or begin an attack before explaining the invitation to Islam to them, informing them of the miracles of the Prophet and making plain the proofs so as to encourage acceptance on their part; if they still refuse to accept after this, war is waged against them and they are treated as those whom the call has reached.
The Caliph is obligated to attack Kuffar who reject the call to embrace Islam. Keep 8:39 & 9:29 in mind as the foundation of this obligation. The supremacism clause at the end of the first sentence reflects 9:33.

War News: Voices From The War Continues

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This series being revived here at Take Our Country Back is merely a taste of the GREAT work and GREAT news from The War. It is a pity that the Lame Stream is too cowardly to make this known. Political correctness is the cancer...

News:

General Cites Work to Improve Communications With Pakistan
By Gerry J. Gilmore
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON - Senior U.S. and Pakistani military officials are working hard to improve communications and collaboration between their organizations, especially with regard to operations along the 450-mile-long Afghanistan-Pakistan border, a senior U.S. officer posted in Afghanistan said today.

U.S.-Pakistani relations were roiled after Pakistan claimed that 11 of its troops were killed during a, June 10, U.S. air strike aimed at insurgents operating near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

A joint U.S., Afghan and Pakistani military investigation of the incident is ongoing, Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Schloesser, commander of Combined Joint Task Force 101 and 101st Airborne Division told Pentagon reporters during a satellite-carried news conference.

"When I met with my counterpart there in Pakistan, I expressed condolences to any loss of life, and we agree that we look forward to collaborating and communicating better," said Schloesser, who arrived in Afghanistan in April and also heads counterinsurgency operations for NATO's Regional Command East.

Schloesser has made three trips to Pakistan over the past three months, he said, to meet with senior Pakistani army leaders.

Insurgents travel back and forth along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, he said. Some insurgents, he said, also are known to maintain camps in the federally administered tribal area in Pakistan's remote northwestern region. [...]
General Cites Security, Development, Governance Gains in Afghanistan
By Gerry J. Gilmore
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON - U.S., coalition and Afghan security forces are hunting down the Taliban and other insurgents operating in Afghanistan, while vital reconstruction and governance programs continue to spread across the country, a senior U.S. military officer said today.

Steady progress is being made in Afghanistan in the areas of security, development and governance, Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey J. Schloesser, commander of Combined Joint Task Force 101 and 101st Airborne Division, told Pentagon reporters during a satellite-carried news conference.

"We're clearly not done, and I'm nowhere near yet able to say that we've reached irreversible momentum," said Schloesser, who arrived in Afghanistan in April and also heads counterinsurgency operations for NATO's Regional Command East. "But I do know that we're making good progress, and each and every day we're making a difference in the Afghan people's lives."

Noting a 40-percent increase in enemy attacks in his sector in the January-to-May timeframe compared to a year ago, Schloesser pointed out that attacks on U.S., coalition and Afghan security forces have gone up each year since 2002. The general also acknowledged that 40 Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Airmen and civilians have been killed since his command took responsibility for the region in early April. [...]
IA, Rakkasans Conduct Patrols Near Fetoah
By Staff Sgt. Amber Emery
3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division

CAMP STRIKER, Iraq – Iraqi army soldiers conducted a cordon, search and patrol of the Fetoah area, June 18, to disrupt enemy operations and detain any insurgents in the area.

Soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 22nd Brigade, 6th Iraqi Army Division were assisted by Rakkasan Soldiers from 3rd platoon, Company B, 1st Bn., 35th Armored Division (attached). The combined effort successfully gained intelligence about the area and demonstrated the capabilities of IA to the local populace.

“The people in the houses we visited today were very calm and collected and wanting to help the IA find what they were looking for,” said Cpl. Raymond W. Miller, 1st squad A, Co. B, 1-35 Armd. Div. team leader.

The IA actively participates in every phase of the planning process for these missions, said Sgt. Ryan Hamilton, 1st squad leader, Co. B, 1-35 Armd. Div.

“The number one thing (the IA) did today was they listened. They performed everything that we expected of them and really gave 110 percent,” said Hamilton, a native of Mocksville, N.C. “I think they are capable of doing these types of missions and completing these types of missions with flying colors.” [...] photos
Citizen Tip Leads Iraqi Army, Multi-National Division-Baghdad Forces to Seize Vehicle With 11 IRAMs, Detonate Munitions, Vehicle on Site in Hurriya
By Multi-National Division - Baghdad

IRAQ - 2nd Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Office, 101st Airborne Division, Multi-National Division – Baghdad Public Affairs Office

BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers, acting on a tip, discovered a vehicle with 11 improvised rocket-assisted mortars rockets in the bed of the vehicle at approximately 4:40 p.m., June 24.

Iraqi and MND-B Explosive Ordinance Detachment personnel were notified of the munitions-laden vehicle; the forces arrived on to the scene and determined the best method to dispose of the ordinance was by controlled detonation.

The hazard reduction, which consisted of a series of three controlled detonations, began shortly after 11:30 p.m. The controlled detonations were conducted safely, with no injuries to local citizens or damage to private property.

“These rockets endanger people’s lives” said Col. William Hickman, commander of 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division. “Extremists placed the lives of families and their homes in danger. Because of the tip provided by a concerned citizen, and the skill of the explosive ordinance disposal team, no one was injured.”

A concerned citizen called into the national tips hotline that led to the prevention of this potentially deadly attack, said Col. Allen Batschelet, chief of staff, MND-B and 4th Infantry Division.

“The ministry of interior sponsors the national tips hotline that lead Iraqi army and U.S. Soldiers to seizing this IRAM,” said Batschelet. “Coalition forces will continue to exploit intelligence provided by the concerned Iraqi citizens in cooperation with the MoI to further develop information that will lead us to those responsible for these heinous weapons.” [END]
Hurriyah Residents Graduate From Business Training
By 2nd Brigade Combat Team 101st Airborne Division Public Affairs Office

BAGHDAD – Fifty-five Hurriyah residents graduated from a five-day course at the Small Business Development Center in the Karadah District of Baghdad, June 17.

The five days of training focused on “How to Start or Improve a Business” and is geared toward helping local residents become constructive in their communities.

The Small Business Development Center, which opened in December 2006, began due to required financing, capacity building and training for a large proportion of the small businesses in Iraq. Since that time, more than 700 Baghdad residents have attended the course.

The graduation was a real watershed moment for a considerable number of the graduates. The training has helped to transform their thinking and improved their prospects for the future.

Qasima Habib, a mother of three, said she has a long history in the hair dressing business.

“I have been in the business of hair dressing now almost 25 years; my husband is retired, and we as a family are totally dependant on my business,” Habib said. "Since 2006, I saw a downturn in business activity and revenue decreased.

“This in large part was due to the escalating violence in Hurriyah and peoples’ reluctance to seek hair dressers. Since then, my business that was supporting me financially has become a burden because I have to bear the rent of the facility and the cost of keeping the place open and thought very much about selling the business and seeking employment else where.” [...]
Day in the Life... Supply Sergeant Meets Needs of War Fighters
By Sgt. James Hunter
2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division

BAGHDAD – Without supplies, it would be virtually impossible for the Army to conduct its peace and war time missions.

Without supply sergeants, such as Multi-National Division – Baghdad’s Staff Sgt. Jeremy Reynolds, a native of Arlington, Texas, it would be extremely difficult for his company to accomplish its mission as well.

In few, yet simple words, Reynolds said “supporting the war fighter” is his mission.

“To me, my job is what makes or breaks how well our company (runs). Without the support from supply how well would we operate? Not very well in my eyes,” he said. “Supply is all about supporting the mission and the war fighter. I guess what I'm saying is supply is one of the most important jobs the Army has to offer.”

Reynolds, 28, said he always knew the Army was the place for him. While growing up and playing sports, especially enjoying rugby, he dreamed of the day he could don a military uniform. [...] photos
Citizen Tip Leads Iraqi Army, Multi-National Division-Baghdad Forces to Seize Vehicle With 11 IRAMs, Detonate Munitions, Vehicle on Site in Hurriya
By Multi-National Division - Baghdad

IRAQ - 2nd Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Office, 101st Airborne Division, Multi-National Division – Baghdad Public Affairs Office

BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers, acting on a tip, discovered a vehicle with 11 improvised rocket-assisted mortars rockets in the bed of the vehicle at approximately 4:40 p.m., June 24.

Iraqi and MND-B Explosive Ordinance Detachment personnel were notified of the munitions-laden vehicle; the forces arrived on to the scene and determined the best method to dispose of the ordinance was by controlled detonation.

The hazard reduction, which consisted of a series of three controlled detonations, began shortly after 11:30 p.m. The controlled detonations were conducted safely, with no injuries to local citizens or damage to private property.

“These rockets endanger people’s lives” said Col. William Hickman, commander of 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division. “Extremists placed the lives of families and their homes in danger. Because of the tip provided by a concerned citizen, and the skill of the explosive ordinance disposal team, no one was injured.”

A concerned citizen called into the national tips hotline that led to the prevention of this potentially deadly attack, said Col. Allen Batschelet, chief of staff, MND-B and 4th Infantry Division.

“The ministry of interior sponsors the national tips hotline that lead Iraqi army and U.S. Soldiers to seizing this IRAM,” said Batschelet. “Coalition forces will continue to exploit intelligence provided by the concerned Iraqi citizens in cooperation with the MoI to further develop information that will lead us to those responsible for these heinous weapons.” [END]
Citizen Tip Leads MND-B Forces to Seize Vehicle With 9 IRAMs
By Multi-National Division – Baghdad

BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers discovered a vehicle with 9 improvised rocket assisted mortars in the bed of a vehicle in the Kadamiyah District of Baghdad at approximately 4:40 p.m., June 24.

The Soldiers discovered the IRAMs based on a tip from a local Iraqi.

Iraqi and MND-B explosive ordnance disposal personnel were notified of the munitions-laden vehicle. They determined the best method to dispose of the ordnance was by controlled detonation.

A series of three controlled detonations rendered the rockets safe to approach. The controlled detonations were conducted safely, with no injuries to local Iraqis or damage to private property. Then, the IRAMs were removed from the site for disposal.

“These rockets endangered people’s lives,” said Col. William Hickman, the commander of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division. “(Criminals) placed the lives of families and their homes in danger. Because of the tip provided by a concerned citizen and the skill of the explosive ordinance disposal team, no one was injured.”

The concerned citizen called into the National Tips Hotline.

This tip led to the prevention of a potentially deadly attack, said Col. Allen Batschelet, the chief of staff of MND-B and 4th Infantry Division.

“The Ministry of Interior sponsors the National Tips Hotline that lead Iraqi army and U.S. Soldiers to seizing these IRAMs,” said Batschelet. “Coalition forces will continue to exploit intelligence provided by the concerned Iraqi citizens in cooperation with the MoI to further develop information that will lead us to those responsible for these heinous weapons.” [END]
Largest Public Works Substation in Baghdad Opens
By Sgt Whitney Houston
Multi-National Division - Baghdad

BAGHDAD - Iraqi security forces, civic leaders, local townsmen and coalition forces gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony in the Ameriyah community in Mansour District of Baghdad, to acknowledge the opening of the biggest public works substation in Baghdad, June 25.

Public works substations provide essential services to local communities such as trash pick up, street cleaning and other services deemed necessary for proper community maintenance.

The opening of the Ameriyah substation marks an important milestone for residents of this area who have not had these services in more than two years.

“These basic services used to be centralized into only one station located in the Eastern Mansour district of Baghdad, creating a deficit in other parts of the city,” said Col. Louis Fazeka, of the Pennsylvania National Guard, assigned to the embedded Provincial Reconstruction Team, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, Multi-National Division – Baghdad, the team that was overseeing the construction of the station. [...] photo
Multi-National Division-Baghdad Soldiers Seize Cache in Ameriyah Following Tip
Multi-National Division – Baghdad Public Affairs Office

BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers seized a cache in the Ameriyah neighborhood in west Baghdad during a patrol at approximately 12:30 p.m. June 26.

Acting on a tip from an Iraqi civilian, Soldiers from the 10th Cavalry Regiment, attached to 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, seized 122 mortar rounds, 17 rocket propelled grenades, eight rockets, three sniper rifles, a machinegun, three TNT sticks, five mortar tubes, 100 blasting caps, five tank rounds and miscellaneous detonation cord, fuses and homemade explosives.

“These items could have caused a lot of harm. Fortunately, no one was hurt.” said Maj. J. Frank Garcia,a spokesperson for MND-B. “We appreciate the assistance of concerned citizens. This tip assists our Soldiers in removing dangerous items from the streets and helps create a safer environment for the people of west Baghdad.” [END]
Sky Soldiers Win 101st Soldier and NCO of the Quarter Competition
By Staff Sgt. Brandon Aird,
173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs

NANGARHAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Two Sky Soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team were announced the winners of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Soldier and Non-commissioned Officer of the Quarter competition conducted on Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan.

Sgt. Jeremy De Jesus, from Waterbury, Conn., and Spc. Amy Penn, from Cave City, Ark., both members of Charlie Company, 173rd Special Troops Battalion, swept the competition away, said Sgt. Maj. Lyle Womack, 173rd ABCT operations sergeants major.

Six Soldiers and five NCOs participated in the competition, according to De Jesus.

The eleven Soldiers were selected by their chain of command as being the best Soldiers to represent their unit in the competition.

“It was a little intimidating,” said Penn. “We were the only Soldiers not wearing a 101st patch.”

The Soldiers were tested on physical fitness, weapons, warrior tasks, written tests and appeared before a board of senior NCOs.

“We had to take apart an M-9 Pistol, M-4 Carbine and M-240B Machine Gun in two minutes,” said Penn. “Then we had to put them back together.”

Penn and De Jesus spent four months preparing for the competition. They studied alone, together and even came up with their own ways of retaining information. [...]
Former Sailor Builds Future As Soldier
By Pvt. Christopher McKenna
3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division Public Affairs Office

CAMP STRIKER, Iraq — Thirteen years in the Navy taught Craig Bedard to fight fires. He transitioned to the Army to continue serving his country, and learn a new skill he hopes to practice after his time in the military comes to an end.

Staff Sergeant Bedard now works as the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) force protection non-commissioned officer-in-charge. Working with the Rakkasans, Bedard conducts assessments to make sure things are running smoothly with the systems at different bases. His work, though much different from his years as a fire fighter with the Navy, is very valuable to him.

“Dealing with surveillance systems is something I plan to continue doing outside of the military,” Bedard said. “I’m looking into becoming an aerostat technician at the U.S.-Mexico border as a FSR,” he said.

This is Bedard’s first deployment since transitioning to the Army two-and-a-half years ago. He made the transition through a program known as Blue-to-Green, which helped him continue his service uninterrupted. [...] photo
Overwhelming Sense of Patriotism Brings Soldier Into Army
By Pvt. Christopher McKenna
3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division Public Affairs Office

CAMP STRIKER, Iraq – “I was 16 years old when 9/11 happened, and being the hot-blooded person that I am, I joined the Army on my 17th birthday,” said Spc. Jontel Watson, a 3rd Platoon, Company C, 3rd Battalion, 187th Infantry Regiment combat medic. “I graduated (from high school) early and went to basic training in 2002.”

Watson, who was raised in a military family, planned to join the Army even before the events of 9/11.

“I was going to go to college and get a degree first,” he said. “After I finished college, I was planning to come in as an officer, until 9/11 happened. For me it was the final nail in the coffin toward joining, I was going to do it right away.”

Watson graduated from Basic Combat Training in Fort Benning, Ga., and received the Soldier of the Cycle award.

“I felt proud; I felt unstoppable,” he said. “I had just gone through what people told me would be the most difficult place for basic and I came out on top.” [...] photos
IA, MND-B Soldiers Seize Weapons, Munitions Throughout Baghdad
By the Multi-National Division – Baghdad Public Affairs Office

BAGHDAD – Iraqi army and Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers working to secure Baghdad seized weapons and munitions throughout the area June 27.

Soldiers with the 3rd Brigade, 1st Iraq Army Division, seized an AK-47, an MP-5, three AK-47 magazines, a set of night vision goggles, two grenades, a set of body armor and six CDs belonging to a criminal group in the Sadr City district of Baghdad at approximately 9:30 a.m. June 27.

An hour later, Soldiers from the 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, seized nine 120 mm mortar rounds, seven 80 mm mortar rounds and three 60 mm mortar rounds west of Baghdad.

Later in the day, IA soldiers from the 24th Brigade, 6th IA Div., found three 60 mm mortars rounds in the West Rashid area of Baghdad at approximately 2:30 p.m.

Approximately 30 minutes later, Soldiers from the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, found three AK-47s, a bolt-action rifle and an aviation helicopter breach kit at approximately 3 p.m. in New Baghdad.

Later in the evening, Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), found five pounds of homemade explosive material in the Mansour area of Baghdad at approximately 10:35 p.m.

At approximately 11:46 p.m., Soldiers with the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, found two hand grenades, a smoke grenade, two rocket-propelled grenade boosters, an AK-47 assault rifle, three AK-47 magazines, and unknown amount of 12.7 mm and 7.62 mm ammunition.

“Iraqi army and MND-B Soldiers continue to scour Baghdad to rid the area of these dangerous weapons,” said Lt. Col. Steve Stover, spokesman, MND-B and the 4th Inf. Div. “Together, they are diligent in protecting the Iraqi people for a brighter tomorrow.” [END]
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Photo Gallery:

Humanitarian Assistance Still a Top Priority for 2-320th FAR During Operation Balls DiMaggio
2-320th FAR Operation Aims to Deter IDF, Weapons Trafficking, and Caches in Vicinity of Joint Base Balad Anaconda
Soldiers Fly Off After Cache Search
Security for Soldiers
Taking Guard in Mahmudiyah (my son is in one of these!)
On the Hunt for Uniforms
Iraqi Children Receive School Supplies From Iraqi Police
USMC and USArmy Together

Videos:

Rakkasans Enjoy Country Music Night
Sgt. George Feature
Iraqi Forces Join Rakkasans for Air Assault Operation
Iraqi Army and Coalition Forces Detain Suspects
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War News Voices From The War


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Bringing you news and images the Lame Stream will not...

News:

Iraqi Soldiers Continue Seizing Caches in Sadr City
By the Multi-National Division – North Public Affairs Office

TIKRIT, Iraq – Iraqi army soldiers with the 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, uncovered several weapons caches in Sadr City, Baghdad, June 7.

The soldiers seized a weapons cache at approximately 5:30 a.m. consisting of an explosively formed projectile, a 155 mm artillery round, an improvised-explosive device, explosive wire, two anti-tank rockets and an anti-aircraft rocket.

At approximately 5:45 a.m., soldiers in the same unit discovered two more caches, the first of which consisted of two 60 mm mortar rounds, three machine guns, four Russian sniper rifles, five AK-47 magazines and 200 AK-47 rounds.

The second cache consisted of a rocket propelled grenade, five grenades, an RPG-7 round, three SPG-9 anti-tank rockets, a 20 mm round, three fuses made up of explosive wire, a radio and an IED with a 155 mm mortar round.

Another cache found at approximately 9 a.m. included two IEDs, two RPGs, four propellant RPGs, two anti-tank mines, an anti-personnel mine, wire and a block of C-4. [...] no photos
Rakkasans Coordinate Veterinarian Visit in Owesat
By Pvt. Christopher McKenna
3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Public Affairs Office

CAMP STRIKER, Iraq – The Rakkasans organized a veterinary clinic at the Nasiriyah school in Owesat, May 31.

“Owesat is a farming community and the animals and husbandry is a key aspect of their lives,” said 1st Lt. Edward Janis, Company A, 3rd Battalion, 187 Infantry Regiment. “Currently, they don’t have any medicine for the animals so we funded a project to sponsor a local animal doctor who has some training in the field.”

The Soldiers of 3-187 Inf. Regt., 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), coordinated for Iraqi veterinarian Mohammed Helim to vaccinate livestock in the community, approximately 26 kilometers southwest of Baghdad. Helim is responsible for tending to the livestock of four tribes in the area.

Local farmers brought their livestock to the school courtyard where Helim administered vaccinations to approximately 30 sheep, goats and cows.

“This goes to the core of what people value out here, which is their animals,” Janis said. “We are here to care and we are here to help the Iraqi people in whatever way we can.” [...] photos
Iraqi, U.S. Soldiers Continue Clearing Baghdad’s Streets of Weapons
By the Multi-National Division – Baghdad PAO

BAGHDAD – Iraqi army and Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers discovered multiple weapons caches in Baghdad June 9.

MND-B Soldiers with the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, discovered a cache in the West Rashid district of Baghdad at approximately 4:30 a.m., consisting of two AK-47 rifles, a 9 mm pistol, 10 PKC light machine gun drums for ammunition, four PKC barrels and assorted weapons parts.

Iraqi army soldiers with the 22nd Brigade, 6th Iraqi Army Division and Soldiers assigned to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), seized a weapons cache in the Kadamiya district of Baghdad at approximately 10:30 a.m. The munitions included four rocket propelled grenades, nine rockets with propellant, four explosively formed projectiles and more than 700, 7.62 mm armor-piercing rounds. [END]
NPs, MND-B Soldiers Seize Weapons in Baghdad
By Multi-National Division – Baghdad

BAGHDAD – Iraqi national police and Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers, with the help of local Iraqis, seized a number of weapons in Baghdad, June 10.

Iraqi national police from the 2nd Brigade, 1st NP Division found 26 AK-47s, two SKS rifles and a Mauser rifle north of Baghdad at approximately 6 a.m.

At approximately 3:45 p.m., an Iraqi resident brought four 60 mm mortars to a MND-B combat outpost in the Shaab area of Adhamiyah.

Soldiers from 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, seized an explosively formed projectile, an improvised explosive device, six rocket propelled grenades, 10 RPG charges and an unknown artillery round at approximately 5:30 p.m. while conducting a mounted patrol in the Shulla area of Kadhamiyah.

At approximately 10:10 pm. in the Jihad area of Rashid, Soldiers from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, acting on a tip from a local Iraqi, found 20 60 mm mortars, 50 grenades, 50 grenade fuses, three non-electric blasting caps and 1,200 7.62 mm rounds.

“Signs of progress and reconciliation are evident with each cache seized,” said Lt. Col. Steve Stover, spokesman, Multi-National Division – Baghdad and the 4th Infantry Division. “It is a good sign when Baghdad residents call in tips or approach their own Iraqi security forces and MND-B Soldiers on terrorist activity.” [END]
More Than 500 Fighters Reconcile in Balad
By Sgt. Rick Rzepka
1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division

BALAD, Iraq – Since, May 22, 506 fighters in the Balad area have reconciled with the Iraqi government by turning themselves into Iraqi security forces.

Operation Balad Musalahah is a combined effort between the Qadah level government of Iraq, the leadership of the Iraqi police, the 4th Iraqi Army Division, and the 1st Squadron, 32nd Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division.

The ongoing effort has encouraged tribal leaders and locals with significant influence to promote unity within the once beleaguered area. The process seeks to reintegrate those who have felt marginalized, back into the maturing governance process here, said Lt. Col. Bob McCarthy, 1st Squadron, 32nd Cavalry Regiment commander.

“Former fighters in the Balad Qadah have stepped forward to reconcile with their fellow countrymen,” said McCarthy.

“This is a key step in reestablishing their ties to the communities, rejoining their families in their homes, and becoming active participants in Iraq’s future,” he said. [...] photo
Barrier Emplacement Opens Roads in Abu Ghuraib

By Sgt. Paul Monroe
2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division

BAGHDAD, Iraq –Packed cars, meandering pedestrians and the occasional donkey pulling a cart fill the busy streets of Baghdad daily.

Couple this with roads blocked off by Iraqi security and coalition forces to lessen special groups militants and extremists ability to prey on citizens and you have the makings of a traffic jam in Baghdad.

In Abu Ghuraib leaders from the 24th “Muthana” Brigade decided to close Leaders Bridge more than three years ago to impede the movement of various militant and extremist elements.

Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers with 1st “Top Guns” Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, along with Iraqi army soldiers from 3rd Battalion, 24th “Muthana” Brigade, 6th Iraqi army division, worked together to open the bridge over a three day period ending, June 6.

“This was a great team effort between our battalion, the 168th Brigade Support Battalion, the 24th Brigade, 6th Iraqi army division, and the associated military transition teams,” said Maj. Thomas Bolen, a plans officer with 1st Bn., 320th FA Regt. [...] photos
Karaoke in Iraq
By Spc. Cynthia S. Teears
11th Public Affairs Detachment

COB SPEICHER, Iraq - Having a place where the Soldiers can be themselves is a great stress reducer while deployed to Iraq. The average Soldier is at work the majority of the time, with few to no days off.

This is where the Morale, Welfare and Recreation comes into play. Troops find a way to relax in a combat zone through the MWR center at Contingency Operating Base Speicher, located in Tikrit, Iraq.

The MWR offers a variety of activities for service members and civilians. One favorite crowd pleaser is karaoke. Soldiers can come in and sing their favorite songs during karaoke night, Tuesday and Thursday at the main MWR facility.

“I love Karaoke,” exclaimed Spc. Matthew Hansen, a motor transport operator, 426th Brigade Support Battalion. “Sing badly if you must, but sing!”

“Karaoke gives you time to get away from work,” said Sgt. Thera Pead, a supply sergeant assigned to Company A, 426th BSB, 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division. “It gives you a chance to be yourself and it builds morale.” [...] photos
Public Works Substation Opens in Yarmouk
By Sgt. Paul Monroe
2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division

BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division Baghdad Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, opened a public works substation in Yarmouk, a neighborhood in northwest Baghdad, June 14.

The Yarmouk substation will serve the southeast Mansour District and provides workers a place to store equipment used for basic services, such as trash removal and sewage maintenance.

“All of this was built from scratch” said 1st Lt. Nicholas Anderson, a civil military operations officer with the 4th “Straight Arrows” Battalion, 42nd Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, operationally attached to the 2nd BCT, 101st Abn. Div.

Blackjack Soldiers picked up where the Soldiers they replaced from 2nd “Patriot” Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery Regiment, 1st infantry Division, left off, who worked during their 15-month deployment to improve security and get essential services going. The unit went as far as hiring 50 workers to pickup trash in the Yarmouk area while funding for the substation was on hold. [...] photos
Criminals Kill 27 Iraqis, Injure 40 in Unknown Explosion
By Multi-National Division – Baghdad

BAGHDAD – An unknown explosion occurred in the Kadamiyah District at approximately 5:45 p.m., June 17.

According to initial reports twenty-seven Iraqi citizens were killed and 40 injured.

"(Criminals) are creating a dangerous place for the innocent people of western Baghdad,” said Maj. J. Frank Garcia, spokesman for the 2nd Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, Multi-National Division – Baghdad. “We put a great deal of effort into helping better the environment for the people here and murderous acts like this just impede progress.” [END]
Iraqi Security Forces, National Police, Multi-National Division-Baghdad Soldiers Seize Weapons Caches Throughout Baghdad
Multi-National Division – Baghdad Public Affairs Office

BAGHDAD – Iraqi army soldiers, national police and Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers seized multiple weapons caches throughout Baghdad June 18.

In Sadr City, Soldiers with the 38th Brigade, 10th Iraqi army division, seized three explosively formed projectiles, one PKC machine gun, two rocket-propelled grenades, one fuse and one 9 mm machine gun at approximately 6 a.m.

Approximately two hours later, Soldiers with the 54th Brigade, 6th IA Div., and MND-B Soldiers with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), found a weapons cache in the Mansour district. The weapons included three RPGs, one box of 12.7 mm rounds, one machine gun; 1,000, 7.62 mm rounds; two 120 mm rounds, one set of body armor plates, detonation cord, one blasting cap and homemade explosives.

Also in Sadr City, Soldiers with the 34th Brigade, 9th IA Div., discovered two EFPs, six light anti-armor launchers, 11 anti-tank RPG rounds, two anti-personnel RPG rounds, one machine gun, several AK-47 magazines, one pair of night vision goggles, two 14 mm rounds, two 25 mm sights, three AK-47s and more than 200 7.62 rounds at approximately 9 a.m.

Police with the 5th Brigade, 2nd national police division, uncovered a weapons cache in the West Rashid district at approximately 1 p.m. The caches consisted of one RPG launcher, one war head, four hand grenades and approximately 700 7.62 rounds.

“Iraqis have continued to provide Iraqi army, national police and the Soldiers of MND-Baghdad with invaluable intelligence concerning the whereabouts of weapons caches containing illegal weapons,” said Lt. Col. Steve Stover, MND-B and 4th Infantry Division spokesperson. [END]
Mass Casualty Exercise Prepares for the Worst
By Pvt. Christopher McKenna
3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Public Affairs Office

CAMP STRIKER, Iraq –Soldiers of 626th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), conducted a mass casualty exercise at the Camp Striker dining facility, June 17.

A simulated mortar attack struck the dining facility at approximately 3 p.m. Medical personnel brought Soldiers to the aid station for proper care and evacuation. The simulated injuries ranged from minor lacerations to traumatic head wounds.

“This was a worst case scenario exercise,” said Pfc. Aaron Betts, a native of Houston, Texas, and truck driver for Company A, 626th BSB. “(The exercise) trained on how to properly recover and treat injured personnel in case of a mortar attack.”

This was the first exercise of the kind conducted by Rakkasan Soldiers since taking command of the Troop Medical Center.

“We just took over the TMC a month-and-a-half ago, and it is beneficial to practice the evacuation, transport and treatment procedures in the instance that something like this happens,” said 1st Lt. Christopher Johnson, Co. C, 626th BSB nurse. [...] photos
Screaming Eagle’s, Iraqi Volunteers and Iraqi Forces Have Al Qaida Reeling
By Sgt. Rick Rzepka

1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (AA) Public Affairs Office

Al JAZZERA DESERT, Iraq – “Yesterday some men tried to kill me as I was driving my car,” said the man with a reflective belt draped across his chest. “They say that if I stay with the volunteers they will kill me, but I don’t care about that,” he said as he lit one cigarette with the stub of another.

The man is part of an all volunteer force called the Concerned Local Citizens, or “Sons of Iraq” and he and his compatriots have had enough. The violence, the killing, the overall lawlessness that was a hallmark of Samarra a year ago, left these men to make a decision: apathy or action. They chose the latter.

Today, hundreds of volunteers, spread throughout the greater Samarra area have banded together to secure the once turbulent city and its people from enemy extremists. In doing so, they have allowed coalition forces to focus their attention on dismantling a waning al Qaida in Iraq.

“CLC leaders and IP leaders are taking care of a lot of the footwork in securing the population centers, which lets us take the fight to al Qaeda and their safe-havens,” said Sgt. 1st Class Jason Martin, Gator Company, 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment.

Martin and his Soldiers are part of the famed “No Slack” battalion, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, which has a reputation for an intense work ethic and exceptional Soldiering. Since arriving in Iraq in October of 2007, the battalion has seen the security situation in Samarra and its periphery go from fragile to firm due to greater cooperation and effectiveness of Iraqi Security Forces, the volunteers and Coalition forces. [...] photos
Never Give Up
The adrenaline and anticipation is flowing throughout every member of both aircrews. Suddenly, the helicopters are welcomed with a hail of gunfire. The teams respond quickly and return salutations with successive rounds of automatic machinegun fire.

The enemy backs off. However, both crews ran out of ammunition and the enemy sees an opening to attack ground troops once again. A decision must be made. It must be made quickly because every delayed second is another 101st Airborne Division Soldier wounded.

“We stay and fight,” said Lt. Col. James H. Bradley Jr., the battalion commander of the 3rd Assault Helicopter Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment, Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division.

On January 16 2008, two aircrews commanded by Bradley and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Joseph Henry, supported Troop C., 1st Squadron 32nd Cavalry ground forces as an aerial reaction force. After his crew dispensed the helicopter’s ammunition, the team made low passes at the enemy to draw enemy fire.

Bradley stated how proud he was of his team and how privileged he felt to serve with them. “Heroic events happen in OIF everyday. Most events go unrecognized.” [...] no photos
Relations Build at Fence Line
By Maj. Craig Heathscott
39th Brigade Combat Team, Multi-National Division - Baghdad

BAGHDAD – Time had little effect on the strands of razor-sharp concertina wire that spanned hundreds of meters and split Ali’s farmland except to dull its original purpose - security. Located on the outer wall of Camp Slayer on the Victory Base Complex in Baghdad, the fence was originally constructed sometime during the beginning Operation Iraqi Freedom more than five years ago. But until early June, it served no purpose but to divide.

In the small community of Radwaniyah, west of Baghdad International airport, an Iraqi farmer simply wanted to be able to access his fields without the seemingly unnecessary long walk-a-rounds resulting from the wire. He had wanted to take the fence down himself; however, he was afraid the coalition forces overlooking his farm from the towers might shoot him.

“I happy to do work taking poles out of ground, but don’t want someone to shoot me because I was stealing,” said Ali, who speaks relatively good English. “I talked to captain (Cesaro) when he drove by and I asked him if I could move it. I thank him very much. Good man.” [...] photos
'Operation Balls DiMaggio' Aims to Deter IDF, Weapons Trafficking in Vicinity of Joint Base Balad Anaconda
By 1st Lt. Jonathan J. Springer
1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division

Joint Base Balad Anaconda, Iraq – Since, June 18, Artillerymen from the 2nd Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), have been conducting a full-spectrum combat operation aimed at disrupting and limiting indirect-fire attacks in vicinity of Joint-Base Balad Anaconda, Iraq.

The operation, dubbed “Balls DiMaggio”, is a large-scale operation solely focused on the security of the local population; it is being executed with continuous, 24-hour, combat-security patrols with the intent of denying and deterring IDF attacks targeted towards Iraqi civilians and personnel located on the JBBA.

“We have had great success in reducing attacks of all types within our area of responsibility; however, at this time, IDF is affecting the local populace more and it is detracting from economic opportunities and injuring civilians,” said Lt. Col. John F Dunleavy, battalion commander for the 2-320th FAR.

Since 2004, over 2500 IDF attacks have occurred on or near the JBBA. In the last 6 months alone, six Iraqi children have been killed and numerous civilians have been wounded due to insurgent indirect-fire attacks. The 2-320th FAR hopes to prevent these kinds of incidents from happening in the future. [...] photos
IA, Rakkasans Conduct Patrols Near Fetoah
By Staff Sgt. Amber Emery
3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division

CAMP STRIKER, Iraq – Iraqi army soldiers conducted a cordon, search and patrol of the Fetoah area, June 18, to disrupt enemy operations and detain any insurgents in the area.

Soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, 22nd Brigade, 6th Iraqi Army Division were assisted by Rakkasan Soldiers from 3rd platoon, Company B, 1st Bn., 35th Armored Division (attached). The combined effort successfully gained intelligence about the area and demonstrated the capabilities of IA to the local populace.

“The people in the houses we visited today were very calm and collected and wanting to help the IA find what they were looking for,” said Cpl. Raymond W. Miller, 1st squad A, Co. B, 1-35 Armd. Div. team leader.

The IA actively participates in every phase of the planning process for these missions, said Sgt. Ryan Hamilton, 1st squad leader, Co. B, 1-35 Armd. Div.

“The number one thing (the IA) did today was they listened. They performed everything that we expected of them and really gave 110 percent,” said Hamilton, a native of Mocksville, N.C. “I think they are capable of doing these types of missions and completing these types of missions with flying colors.”

The structure of the IA is totally different than that of the coalition forces, said 1st Lt. Thomas J. Woodard, 3rd Plt., Co. B,, 1-35 Armd. Div. platoon leader. [...] photos
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Photo Gallery:

Soldiers Test New Off-road Prototypes
Mission Time in Mahmudiyah
Making Things Safe in Mahmudiyah
Speaking to Iraqis
Progress in Meshahdah
U.S. Soldiers Patrol Mahmudiyah
Humanitarian Aid Drop for Afghanistan
Iraqi Police, MND-B Soldiers Seizes Cache
U.S. Soldiers and Iraqi Police Conduct Combined Patrol
Weapon Cache Search
MND-B Deputy CG Visits Local Power Substation
Patrol Work Throughout Casadia
Patrol Duties for Sergeant in Casadia
Battalion Operation Aims to Deter IDF, Weapons Trafficking and Caches in Vicinity of Joint Base Balad Anaconda
Convoy in Samrah
2-320th FAR Operation Aims to Deter IDF, Weapons Trafficking, and Caches in Vicinity of Joint Base Balad Anaconda

Its Shari'ah, Stupid #4

This is the fourth in a series of quotes from the Offensive Jihad Thread of a censored forum.

Ibn Abi Zayd al-Qayrawani, d. 996, maliki. Cit. ur Leon Bercher, La risala ou epitre sur les elements du dogme de la loi d’Islam (Algiers 1945).
Jihad is a precept of Divine institution. We Malikis maintain that it is preferable not to begin hostilities with the enemy before having invited the latter to embrace the religion of Allah except where the enemy attacks first. They have the alternative of either converting to Islam or paying the poll tax, short of which war will be declared against them.
The Malikis issue their invitation to embrace Islam, emulating their Profit, then, if Dawa is rejected, they attack, as per the orders given in Muslim 19.4294.
The quote does not disguise the fact that Islam initiates hostilities, verifying the fact that Islam engages in offensive wars of aggressive conquest.

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Cease Fire: AssIdiocy

From UN Resolution 1701 of '06:

8. ... -full implementation of the relevant provisions of the Taif Accords, and of
resolutions 1559 (2004) and 1680 (2006), that require the disarmament of all
armed groups in Lebanon, so that, pursuant to the Lebanese cabinet decision of
27 July 2006, there will be no weapons or authority in Lebanon other than that
of the Lebanese State;

10. Requests the Secretary-General to develop, in liaison with relevant
international actors and the concerned parties, proposals to implement the relevant
provisions of the Taif Accords, and resolutions 1559 (2004) and 1680 (2006),
including disarmament, and for delineation of the international borders of Lebanon,
especially in those areas where the border is disputed or uncertain, including by
dealing with the Shebaa farms area, and to present to the Security Council those
proposals within thirty days;

Did that ever happen? Hell no! Hezbollah rearmed stronger than ever. Who but a damned fool suggests that any UN force will either disarm Hamas or prevent it from re-arming? There is no precedent for it, and no possibility, because Iran has two veto wielding sponsors in the Secuirity Council.

Did the Blue Hats prevent firing missiles into Israel? No; a civilian discovered 7 rockets, informed the Blue Hats, who disarmed them. Five more escaped their attention and delivered their warheads to Israel, one of them exploding in a retirement home.

Anyone with any knowledge of the precedents and any common sense, knows damn well that:
  1. Blue Hats will not disarm Hamas
  2. Blue Hats will not prevent smuggling in more rockets
  3. Blue Hats will not prevent launching rockets into Israel
  4. Blue Hats will only serve as human shields for Hamas.
Israel can have neither peace nor security, no matter what she does; no matter what the UN does, until Islam is exterminated. This is the fatal fact which none dares contemplate, which is founded in Allah's damned book and Moe's execrable example.
  • 9:29. Fight against those who (1) believe not in Allah, (2) nor in the Last Day, (3) nor forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger (4) and those who acknowledge not the religion of truth (i.e. Islam) among the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians), until they pay the Jizyah with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.
  • 9:123. O you who believe! Fight those of the disbelievers who are close to you, and let them find harshness in you, and know that Allah is with those who are the Al-Muttaqun (the pious - see V.2:2).
  • Abu Dawud 14.2477
    Narrated Ibn Hawalah:

    The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: It will turn out that you will be armed troops, one is Syria, one in the Yemen and one in Iraq. Ibn Hawalah said: Choose for me, Apostle of Allah, if I reach that time. He replied: Go to Syria, for it is Allah's chosen land, to which his best servants will be gathered but if you are unwilling, go to your Yemen, and draw water from your tanks, for Allah has on my account taken special charge of Syria and its people.
  • Muslim Book 041, Number 6985:
    Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The last hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him; but the tree Gharqad would not say, for it is the tree of the Jews.
  • Abu Dawud Book 14, Number 2526


    Narrated Anas ibn Malik:

    The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: Three things are the roots of faith: to refrain from (killing) a person who utters, "There is no god but Allah" and not to declare him unbeliever whatever sin he commits, and not to excommunicate him from Islam for his any action; and jihad will be performed continuously since the day Allah sent me as a prophet until the day the last member of my community will fight with the Dajjal (Antichrist). The tyranny of any tyrant and the justice of any just (ruler) will not invalidate it. One must have faith in Divine decree.
The Earth belongs to Allah and his Messenger; to be possessed by Jihad. Once it is in Muslim hands, it is there forever, not to be relinquished. The clearest statement of this is in Article 11 of the Hamas Charter. Israel, by regaining possession of her ancient patrimony, conquered by Caliph Umar in 638, is the ultimate insult to Islam: it proves that Allah is an impotent idol. Allah promised Muslims a 2:1 advantage. Allah promised Muslims victory. Specifically, he promised that they would conquer and dominate the Jews: The Good News that Muslims will Dominate the People of the Book.

Since Israel is living proof that Allah is an impotent idol and his promises are null & void, Muslims can not tolerate her existence. Israel can not obtain peace until Islam becomes extinct. No negotiation. no concession, no good will gesture, no land; nothing but ridding the world of Islam will bring peace to the region! All of these high sounding UN resolutions are counter productive, bringing only renewed and expanded bloodshed, never peace.

Israel must tell the UN, the 'Quartet", the EU, and the whole damn pack of hangers on to go to Hell. Israel must root out Hamas 100%, no matter how long it takes; no matter how many lives are lost in the process. Then she must ask: "Whose next?". The path to peace runs through the Muslim Cemetary; there is no other route. Any other course of action is AssIdiocy.

ABC Radio News reported at 10:00 p.m., that the USA did not veto the resolution, apparently relying on Hamas's expressed intent to reject it. The resolution should have been vetoed because of its intrinsic demerit; because it is part of the problem, not part of the solution. A cease fire has only one function: to allow Hamas to re-arm & regoup. AssIdiots are unable to learn from history.
  • 47:35. So be not weak and ask not for peace (from the enemies of Islam), while you are having the upper hand. Allâh is with you, and will never decrease the reward of your good deeds.

Protesting The Protest: UCI Hosts Pro-Hamas Rally

Crossposted over at PoliticalVindication.com

Today I drove over to the University of California, Irvine to check out the pro-Hamas rally there. I expected anger and outrage, but what I saw mostly was demoralized Palestinian supporters (I guess that what you see then the victims of terrorists starting fighting back) and proud Israel supporters. What a showing by Southern California Israel supporters I saw today! It may seem that we're in the minority, but we're a tough bunch and we have a lot to be proud of!

Over at my blog Politicalvindication.com I've got pictures of the rally and videos of the speakers (which will just piss you off, but maybe your heart needs the workout?). The video I have posted below is my favorite. Mrs. Allyson Rowan Taylor was carrying a sign declaring that her son was a soldier in the Israeli Defense Forces, and she talked to me about what was needed if peace were ever to be possible:

video

We need to teach peace - I know that sounds like leftist drivel, but the natural state of man seems to be predatory and if history is any guide, break out the peace manuals. But the difference between the left and the right when it comes to peace is that conservatives tend to recognize that law and order, and the adherence to a moral standard that tames narcissism rather than feeds it - gets us closer to peace than just wishing for it. And sometimes we're forced to fight for peace. In those situations, it's better to have someone who recognizes that than someone who thinks we can talk ourselves into and out of war.

End Muslim Immigration

new from CitizenWarrior.com...


Stop Muslim Immigration to the United States

Posted: 07 Jan 2009 01:18 PM CST

WE HAVE NO way of determining which Muslims subscribe to pure Islam. The reason this matters is that pure Islam is seditious. Islamic doctrine is more political than religious, and its sole political goal is the domination of Islam over all over religions and all governments.

It is a Muslim's religious duty to achieve that political goal.

When Muslims move to a country, a certain percentage of them start agitating for special considerations. They start to organize and influence the nation politically in a way that is good for Islam and bad for freedom and equality. When the percentage of the Muslims in a nation's population becomes high enough, they gain so much political power that freedoms and rights begin to disappear. (Watch this video to learn more.)

Given all this, until we have a way of determining who is dedicated to pure Islam, no more Muslims should be allowed to immigrate into free countries.

Does this seem extreme? It's not as bad as it might seem. We already choose who can immigrate and who cannot. We make the rules. This is our country, after all. We are not under any obligation to allow anyone to immigrate who wants to. They do it with our blessing or they don't do it.

So this policy is simply adding to the already-existing filter.

This is not racist. Islam is not a race; it's an ideology. The policy of stopping Muslim immigration is simply acknowledging the reality of the Islamic teachings. I know there are Muslims who reject the violent and intolerant verses of the Qur'an. But Islam also teaches taqiyya and we have no way of knowing who is sincere and who is deliberately deceiving us.

We should not take the chance, at least until we find some way to discern between people who genuinely reject the political goals of Islam and those who do not. In the meantime, we should stop all immigration into free countries by Muslims while we can. You can get the process started right now by
signing this petition.

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Petitions can also exert an influence through two powerful principles of influence: Social proof and commitment and consistency. Petitions have been known to ignite important public debates.

When this petition reaches 50,000 signatures, I will make sure each member of the House and the Senate finds out about it. And I will make sure newspapers and magazines all over the country find out about it. Your signature will make a difference. Sign the petition today: No More Muslim Immigration.

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