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Jihad is a Muslim Crusade: Hamas and Hezbollah are its Templars and Hospitallers

It is a sad fact of today that Islamic Extremists are conducting a vicious campaign of violence against all they consider to be “infidels” and “unbelievers.”

Ironically, whenever I bring up this simple fact, the apologists of Islamic Extremism try to use ancient history of past Christian Extremism during Midle Ages and Crusades as an excuse for what Islamic Extremists do today. So, in essence, Muslims Extremists and their supporters feel that they have a right to go forward with a Muslim Crusade against West in 21st Century, just because Western Christians embarked on a Crusade against Muslims in 12th Century. I do not dispute obvious facts of unimaginable cruelty by Christian Crusaders in Middle East in 12th Century, but it is false to assume that those crimes can be an excuse for barbarism displayed by Islamic Extremists today. Today, Christianity is nothing like violent Crusaders of 12th Century. Today, it is Jihadist Islam that is a monstrous aggressor, striving to destroy and kill all those who dare to differ from it in beliefs.

The analogy is complete – even with modern analogy for Knights Templar – the Taliban, Hezbollah and Hamas! Think about this: all of these are military religious organization, standing armies with goal of killing all who do not believe in Allah. How is that different from Templars or Knights Hospitallers, who were the armies of Jesus? Templars and Hospitallers participated in politics, waged war and pursued goal of genocide of Muslim religion – sounds familiar, doesn’t it? Replace Jesus with Mohammed, and the analogy is complete.

Jihad is a modern-day Muslim Crusade, and groups like Hezbollah and Hamas are its Templars and Hospitallers.

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Obama loves America-hating church : let’s elect him President of USA!

Obama for twenty years went to a church, pastor of which – Reverend Jeremia Wright [source: Hot Air] – spewed vomit-inducing anti-American libel. Obama liked Jeremia’s sermons so much, he even named his book after one of this guy’s sermons. This pastor, Revered Wright married Obama and his wife, and even baptised Obamas children. Previously on the election trail, Obama several times referred to Rev. Wright as his spiritual guru, and even said once that he will likely consult Reverend on important issues if he is elected President.


So, here is the problem: Obama wants to become President of America TODAY, but he is a fan of a guy who for twenty years taught Obama to HATE United States for what it has done in the PAST.

First, As Jesus said, “he who is without sin throw the first stone.” There is not country that has not done something horrible in its history in one point or another. Sure, America has done horrible things in the past. Well, America also constantly reminds herself about her shameful past. America makes amends – Affirmative Action, scholarships for minorities – tell me of another country that makes amends for its past wrongdoings.

Second, while I can understand why some blacks might be angry for the history of their people in America, I refuse to be hated on that basis. Nobody is denying that slavery, segregation, and other monstrous stuff — such as Tuskegee Experiment – did in fact happened. But they happpened long time ago and I had nothing to do with them!

Do we really want to elect a President who hates modern America for crimes committed by America hundred years prior? What did I personally do to be hated as an American? I was born in USSR, I had NOTHING to do with slavery, or racism, or segregation. And now, I am looking at a distinct possibility of being forced to pledge allegiance to a President-Elect who hates me on the basis of the fact that I am white!

I cannot understand how Obama is not ashamed of his pastor. If I went to church where pastor was giving anti-semitic, andi-black, or antigay sermons, I instantly would leave that place so fast I would probably jump out of my skin. That would be the right thing to do. The very fact that Obama still went back to the church, pastor of which claimed that 9/11 and Pearl Harbor (Yes, Pearl harbor!) were inside jobs, that G-d should damn America, begs just one conclusion: he does not this these statementsw are necessarily false. Obama thinks it is NOT offensive to wish that G-d damnes America. Obama thinks it is NOT offensive to say that 9/11 and Pearl Harbor were inside jobs. Obama thinks it is NOT offensive to blame white people for horrific crimes a small minotiry of whites committed years ago.

Shame on you, Obama!

Update: did I mention that Rev. Wright accused Government of America of creating HIV? The original article is here. What nutcase!

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Against Jihad – Islamophobe? Against NAZI – Germanophobe?

It is incredible how some people frame the discussion in a way that any criticism of Islamic Terrorism automatically makes a person an Islamophobe.

I hate NAZI party. That does not make a Germanophobe. I hate Hamas, Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, and all that filth – that does not make me Islamophobe either. Hell, I hate Stalin and Russian Communist party – that does not make Russophobe either. I am Russian myself, damn it!

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Imagine there is no Israeli Army

Imagine that there is no Israeli Army, Air Force or Navy. What would Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria and Iran do?

Would they stay out of Israeli cities, leaving civillians unharmed? Or, would they seize opportunity to attack, killing defenseless women, children, and elderly? The anwer is clear. They would attack, and they would enjoy it. They would kill every person they would see in streets – the towns of Israel would be like lakes of blood. The only reason why Islamic terrorists have not yet completed final “solution” of the “Jewish question” is because they still cannot do it……yet.

The scary thing, when Iran gets nukes, they just might think that is the now can.

By the same token , neither Hamas nor Hezbollah have regular army, Air Force or Navy. Israel has nukes. If Israelis would really want to kill every Muslim in vicinity, they could do so easily. If Israel would unleash its military without regard for human life, they would easily could mount a genocide of unimaginable scale. Yet, they do not do it. They always fight only when it is absolutely necessary to do so for self-defense, and exercise restraint even under daily rain of Kassam rockets from Gaza.

LET ME BE CLEAR: Muslims, Jews, Russians, Germans, Democrats and Republicans – we are all people, we all have faults and virtues. But to say that it is not Muslims who today bear responsibility for hatred in Middle East towards Christians, Jews, and West, is to same as saying that Germans do not bear responsibility for WW2 and Holocaust.

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Why We Fight.

As nicely said by Newt Gingrich in interview to FOX News:

What I would say to any Democrat who wants America to leave is quite simple. Millions of Iraqis have sided with the United States. They are known in their neighborhoods. They are known in their cities. If we abandon them, they are going to be massacred.How can you, in good conscience, walk away from these decent people and leave them behind to a fate which we’ve seen, for example, in Afghanistan, where the Taliban recently was machine-gunning girls as they walked to school because the Taliban is determined to stop women from getting educated?

We are faced with evil opponents. Those opponents need to be defeated. And if General Petraeus and Ambassador Crocker come back in September and say, “We actually can win this thing,” I want to understand the rationale that says, “No, we don’t want to let America win. Let’s legislate defeat for the United States.”

 

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Newsweek: if Muslims in USA will not be happy, we all will pay the price.

I found this incredibly interesting posting by 2008Voter.

He had graciously allowed me to share it in its entirety below:

I do not read Newsweek, but thanks do DR Bulldog and his article I paid attention to this piece. As you read my notes below, please understand that my notes are addressed not against Muslims, but against Newsweek and its interpretation of problems of Muslims in America.

“After the attacks “our responsibilities changed,” says Mohiuddin, who emigrated from India when he was 17. “It forced people to say, ‘Where do I stand? Either I walk away from the faith or I become more involved in defending the faith, which [is] under assault’.”

Defending the faith, which [is] under assault????? Wait a second, it was us who were attacked!!!!! And, correct me if I am wrong, all those who attacked us were Muslims!! I am not saying that Muslims in general attacked us, but I am stating the simple fact — those who attacked us on 911 were in fact Muslims.

“The Council on American Islamic Relations, an advocacy group, counted nearly 2,500 civil-rights complaints by Muslim Americans in 2006, a dramatic increase over the previous year.

It may mean that there are more violations, but it may mean that there are more complaints (including these which were inspired by propaganda of Newsweek).

“These are the kinds of stories that make news—women who sue for the right to wear the hijab in their driver’s license photo”

Wait a second: the right to have a driver license without showing a face on the license is a civil right??? Why Muslim have to have more rights than me? Nobody would allow me to have a license without my face on it.

Are Muslims, according to the author, better than me, more special??

“The six imams who were pulled off a US Airways flight last fall after praying openly at a Minneapolis airport gate have sued the airline and the airport commission for civil-rights violations.”

Nobody argues that Muslims do not have right to pray — nobody! It does not mean, however, that they have special right to pray anywhere, anytime, with disregard of others. If I would start praying, for example, on sidewalk of a highway, a trooper would be interested in me in the very same moment. You want to pray? Go to mosque, church, synagogue, your home — somewhere private! End of story.

“I think the poll miscaptures what’s being said,” he says. “There is such a thing as legitimate resistance to oppression, and there is terrorism on both sides. It’s wrong, but there’s also the right to resist.”

 

Who said that ? Operative of Hamas? Leader of Hezbollah? None of the above. Those are words of executive director of the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services in Detroit.

I am not going into whole Israeli-Arab question for right now (that is totally different conversation) but the message of Mr. Director of the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services in Detroit is until Israeli issue will be not resolved (and we all know what that means) USA cannot rely on its own Muslim citizens. Is that a message? Give us Israel to pacify us?

“The poll numbers, in his view, don’t point to a threat of homegrown suicide bombers, but to a passionate defense of a resistance movement—the way, 30 years ago, an Irish-American teenager would have supported the IRA.”

IRA did not present the global religion which is in state of holy war with my country.

Did I miss something or we are still talking about religion which, under flag of Jihad, is calling to kill Americans everywhere? You want a fair comparison ? The fair comparison with IRA would be adequate only if IRA would declare holy war on all non-Catholics around the world.

“For him, the bombing of Afghanistan that followed was much more tragic and painful.”

Just one question: was bombing of Belgrade similarly painful to him ? When Americas were bombing Serbs to protect Muslims in Yugoslavia?? Or this particular bombing was OK?

If indeed “the Lackawanna Six were vulnerable boys seduced by a charismatic radical.”

First of all, it is the executive director of the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services in Detroit who is saying that violence against Israel “legitimate resistance to oppression” is an excellent inspiration for these “boys” as well.

Second of all, if charismatic radical is to be blamed, then why instead of condemning “charismatic radical” (sounds like a honorable title in this context) they are running stories about alleged anti-Arab racism like an excuse for terrorism? If you are so understanding to your “vulnerable boys,” have some understanding to our “vulnerable boys” who may be “frustrated” with 9/11 and with Jihad declared against their country, together with anti-cartoon paranoia and beheading of infidels.

May be our “vulnerable boys“ are as “vulnerable” as yours? Did you ever had this thought??

Article ended with a statement which in this context sounds like a chilling threat :

“Losing Jamil Ahmed and Autri Sajedeen would be the worst thing in the world—not just for them, but for all of us.”

Meaning, if Muslims in USA will not be happy we all pay the price??

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Who is the worst president ever? (Not who you think it is!)

Today President Bush’ approval rating is at 29% (as of July 2007). Yes, it is bad. But, is he the least-approved President ever?

NO!

The title of the least-approved President ever belongs to Democrat Harry Truman, who in the months of worst fighting of Korean War received 22% approval rating.

Why is this relevant?

Because:

1. Democrat assertion (specifically, by Mr. Reid) that Bush is the worst President ever, is flat wrong.

2. It is a fact, that just like Bush today, Harry Truman mishandled the Korean War very badly. He ignored Chinese warnings about possibility of invasion. As a result, North Korea remains communist even today. However, thanks to his resolve to remain alongside our South Koreans allies, South Korea is the prosperous, wealthy country we know today.

I am pretty sure millions living in South Korea today are damn glad Truman did not follow the route modern-day Democrats wish to take in Iraq. 

Perhaps, if we challenge our Congressional leaders to direct their efforts towards actually WINNING instead of LOOSING in Iraq, just maybe we can actually WIN, just like in South Korea?

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