Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Iraq denies reports of Israeli Air Force using its airspace

"As the Ministry of Defense, we haven't observed any IAF warplanes practicing in Iraqi airspace," said Major-General Mohammad al-Askari, spokesman for the Iraqi Defense Ministry.
On Friday, sources in the Iraqi Defense Ministry told a local news network that Israel Air Force (IAF) war planes are practicing in Iraqi airspace and land on US airbases in the country as a preparation for a potential strike on Iran. More...

Hezbollah Pigs Exchange 2 Dead Soldiers to Israel for 199 Terrorists

Israel and its bitter enemy Hezbollah began a dramatic prisoner exchange Wednesday, with the Beirut-based terrorist organization handing over what was believed to be the bodies of two Israeli soldiers, while trucks carrying the remains of some 199 Lebanese and Palestinian fighters began crossing into Lebanon. More...

Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps General Mohammad Ja'fari: If Attacked, Iran Will Target U.S. Forces in Neighboring Countries

Multiple Missile Launch Footage

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Copts: Firsts in sectarian conflict

Christians Under Attack - An illicit affair between a 17-year-old Coptic man and an 18-year-old Muslim married woman from the town of Tamiya in Fayoum resulted in Muslim demonstrations and the torching of Copts’ property last week. A Coptic-owned supermarket, timber store, and kiosk were
torched, an attempt was made to set a gas station aflame but the fire was quickly put out. Two Coptic-owned cars were damaged, and two young men attacked.The security authorities, however, played a positive role in containing the situation. They heightened security in town, confiscated motorcycles and tuk-tuks since these were used to throw fiery balls at the Copts’ shops, and detained scores of Muslim suspects.

Iran bans stars from doing ads

Iran has banned sports and movie stars from appearing in commercial advertisements on the grounds that celebrities should not promote consumerism.
Despite a ban in the early years of the 1979 Islamic revolution, Western-style advertisements and television commercials reappeared in Iranian cities and state-owned media in the early 1990s.
A notable target of the ban appears to be the "Iranian Hercules", the heavyweight world weightlifting champion and double Olympic gold medallist Hossein Rezazadeh. More...

Bin Laden's son in web terror rant

Saturday, July 5, 2008

At least 25 political prisoners killed in ongoing Syrian jail riot

DEBKA - An anti-government human rights group reported that Syrian security forces have shot dead dozens of Islamist prisoners opposed to the Assad regime to quell a riot staged in the Saydanaya military jail north of Damascus Saturday, July 5. The London-based group quoted a prisoner contacted by mobile phone as reporting Saturday afternoon that the shooting was continuing and inmates had climbed up to the roof to escape the violence.

Netherlands bans Iranian students from nuclear studies

Breitbart - "It is forbidden... to grant Iranian nationals access to special training or teaching that could contribute to nuclear proliferation activities in Iran and the development of systems for transmitting nuclear arms," the foreign ministry said in a statement.
Friday's measure adds to a Dutch decree adopting international sanctions against Iran that were put in place last year.
It bans Iranians notably from the nuclear reactor in Borssele in the southeastern Netherlands, and from a test reactor at the Delft University of Technology.

Muslim convert heaven - You get in Islam paradise 300 BOYS?

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Group planned gradual coup in Turkey: papers

A shadowy, ultra-nationalist illegal organization planned a gradual coup to unseat the Turkish government, documents seized in recent raids showed, newspaper Sabah said on Thursday. Police arrested 21 people on Tuesday, including two retired generals and several other retired army officers, for suspected links to the so-called Ergenekon group, shaking Turkish financial markets and increasing political tensions. More...

Algeria: Christians get suspended jail terms for proselytising

Two Algerian nationals have been given a suspended six-months sentence for proselytising for Christianity. "We are disappointed by the verdict but not ashamed of our new faith," said Christian converts Rachid Seghir and Djallal Dahmani.
The Algerian government has accused Protestants and Evangelicals of conducting an intense missionary campaign in their country trying to convert the population."The verdict is unfair, I do not understand why people are sentenced to jail for their beliefs," said the head of the Algerian Protestant churches, Mustafa Karim. More...

Non-Muslims: Worse than Animals

Allah sees unbelievers as worse than animals. Let us start with verse 8:55 of the Qur’an. In essence this verse says: the unbelievers are the worst beasts (or worst animals) in the eyes of Allah.
According to ibn Abbas and Jalalyn, the most eminent exegetes of the Qur’an, Allah revealed this verse regarding the B. Qurayzah Jews. These Jews had unconditionally surrendered to Muhammad’s invading army. Earlier, Muhammad had asked these hapless Jews, comprising of women children and adult males, to convert to Islam if they wanted to be reprieved from the genocide that was pronounced on them by the judge appointed by Muhammad. But these Jews steadfastly refused to embrace Islam, preferring death instead. So, when they turned down Muhammad’s offer of ‘mercy’, around 700 to 900 of the adult males were beheaded right in front of Muhammad. Muhammad’s companions participated in this orgy of beheadings. This was similar to the scene of an abattoir where animals are driven to be slaughtered by Islamic swords and knives. More...

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Terrorise the non-believers, orders 'Bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe' after he is freed on bail

Suspected Al Qaeda leader Abu Qatada is celebrating his release from prison with the release of a book in which he urges Muslims to commit terrorist attacks in the West.

The Home Office has not yet abandoned hope of throwing Qatada out of the country and is appealing to the House of Lords. Once that process is exhausted his bail will lapse, and ministers will have to apply for a Control Order to limit his movements.

Since Qatada claimed asylum in 1993, he and his family have already cost the taxpayer well over £1million and the bill will now rise dramatically. More...

Judge: "Jihad" message on Volkswagen van is protected speech

A Grass Valley man’s proclamation via block letters on his 1970 Volkswagen van that he was a terrorist carrying a weapon of mass destruction was political hyperbole protected by the First Amendment, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday. More...

OPEC Threatens Democrats-- Tells Them To Drill Their Own Oil

After US Democrats passed legislation to sue OPEC for not producing enough oil, the leading oil producing nations responded by telling Democrats they better develop their own reserves.
OPEC also threatened to not sell oil to the US if the Democrats go ahead with their ridiculous plan to sue the Organization of the Oil Producing Countries for not producing enough oil. More...