Sunday, December 28, 2008

Killing Children in the name of Allah

CNN is reporting that a car loaded with explosives, wove its way through sand bag barriers toward a security checkpoint and when it drew even with the beginnings of a group of children making their way home from the last day of school, it exploded.

A spokesperson for the Taliban says that one of their "brave" fighters named Qari Hameedullah killed himself, 14 kids between the ages of 8 and 10, a security guard and an Afghan National Army soldier, and wounded another 58 people.

Military video surveillance taken at the scene shows the 4x4 heading from one direction toward a checkpoint and the children heading toward the checkpoint from another. When the car met the first group of children, you can see the explosion.

A spokesman for the Nato-led International Security Assistance Force (Isaf) in Afghanistan says:
"It's absolutely blatant. Children walking past, and then they detonate the vehicle bomb. The driver was able to see the children, there's no doubt about that at all."

Thursday, December 25, 2008

The Face of a Killer

Maulana Fazlulih

Maulana Fazlulih is a 33 year old Islamic Taliban cleric who threatens to murder little girls if they return to school. Why are men like these so frightened of little girls and women? Are his beliefs consistent with the teachings of the Qur'an? Yes...sadly they are.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Islamic Terrorist Kill the Decendants of Abraham

Asghar Bukhari, co-founder and spokesperson for the Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK (MPAC UK), has this week made comments which glorify terrorism, including:

"Muslims who fight against the occupation of their lands are 'Mujahadeen' and are blessed by Allah. And any Muslim who fights against Israel and dies is a martyr and will be granted paradise."

"There is no greater oppressor on this earth then [sic] the Zionists, who murder little children for sport."

My thoughts:

Let it be said, that whom ever kills the blood descendants of Abraham are also killing Abraham for His seed is in the descendants of Isaac and Ishmael. Let those who profess to know God's will be exposed as devils for no man knows the mind of God. It is an abomination to the Lord for those who harm the people of the book: descendants of Isaac and Ismael.

Heed the true word of God for there are wolves among you who profess to be His messengers, but ask yourself; would God say, "kill them for they are Jews, kill them for they are Christians", kill them for they are infidels"; when in fact, they are of His blood!!! Oh to you who have been lead astray, you will not enter paradise for God warned you in the book about wolves in sheep clothing and the false profits of the end times. Some say Jesus was a Prophet. His message of love and forgiveness resonates throughout the ages. What say you then to a prophet who preaches hate and murder on the decedents of Abraham? Who is the author of destruction?

When will the killing stop? Can a prophet take away the teachings and words from a prophet before him? Can a prophet now say that what was prophesied before him is false! Is this prophet's teachings, who comes 600 years after the Profit Jesus, the true teachings of the one and only God? Isn't this prophet a false prophet for how can God's teaching that was said through his Prophet Jesus be false? I say unto you, that any prophet who say's that a prophet of God was wrong, or gave false testimony, is a false prophet for the prophetic word of God is perfect and therefore incapable of being changed.

Sunday, December 14, 2008


Female Suicide bomber with her child.

09th Congress
2d Session
Union Calendar No. 355
Report 109-615

al-Qaeda: The Many Faces of an Islamist Extremist Threat








Most Sunni Islamist extremist movements follow a conservative Islamic tradition known as Salafism. Salafism is rooted in the belief that the Koran and the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad and his companions are the most legitimate sources of religious conduct and reasoning, and as such should be emulated and put into practice in contemporary Islamic communities. The movement has a long and varied history, and there are notable methodological differences among today's Salafis and those we might call Salafis from generations past. However, active opposition to Western encroachment in the Muslim world remains a constant.12

Some contemporary Salafists believe violence is a legitimate means of reasserting control of the world's Islamic community. Salafi Jihadists represent a small percentage of the overall Salafi population, but they are very influential and al-Qaeda's distorted interpretation of Salafi Islam has attracted Muslims from around the world.13

Usama bin Laden's message is taken from the Salafi Jihadist tradition that calls for a global Islamic state under the control of the Muslims and the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad. When al-Qaeda's message is interpreted in light of an extremist's intentions, such words are intended to polarize the Islamic world into two clearly delineated factions: one that is against the West and the other that is closely tied to the United States and its allies. Usama bin Laden has called for a war against the United States and the West to remove their presence from Muslim territories as the first step to restoring the Muslim Caliphate, ruled by one Caliph (See Figure 2).14 Bin Laden urged Muslims to f ind a leader to unite them and establish a "pious Caliphate" that would be governed by Islamic law and follow Islamic principles of finance and social conduct.15 Bin Laden repeatedly argued that Afghanistan had become a model Islamic state under his Taliban hosts and used religious rhetoric to solicit support for the Taliban and al-Qaeda.16


Al-Qaeda has suffered significant setbacks since the start of the war (See Figure 3), but the organization is extremely resilient and remains a major threat to the United States, our allies and U.S. interests abroad. Although Coalition forces have killed or captured several of al-Qaeda's top leaders, these vacancies have been filled by a new generation of extremists. Most of these new leaders have obscure backgrounds, and the Intelligence Community lacks knowledge about their particular methods of operating. As a result, our understanding of the evolving network is incomplete. There are concerns that we could see a new-generation of terrorists that are more willing than their predecessors to act autonomously. They may also look to capitalize on experience gained in Afghanistan and Iraq to lead subsequent attacks against the United States and our interests abroad. In addition, al-Qaeda's core elements, including Usama bin Laden and his key deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri, continue to elude capture and claims to prepare terrorist strikes against the West.17

Al-Qaeda understands the importance another attack on the United States would mean for its movement. The importance of such a strike cannot be overstated. For Islamist extremist groups, 9/11 was the "shot heard around the world." Al-Qaeda looks to capitalize on this attack to further undermine and challenge western ideals and the United States position as a world power. In addition, successful attacks against Western countries aid its recruiting and ensure financial support by keeping al-Qaedas message relevant and in the news. AI-Qaeda uses these attacks in its propaganda to show disempowered and rudderless youth throughout the Middle East that they too can strike a powerful blow for the global Jihad.

A weakened al-Qaeda still presents a greater threat to our security than most other terrorist groups. Its remaining members still has the ability to reach the United States and Europe and has repeatedly demonstrated the capacity to recruit on a global scale.)


Although there has not been a successful al-Qaeda attack in the United States since 2001, there is corroborated information that al-Qaeda continues to plan attacks, in particular against the U.S. homeland. On October 6, 2005, President Bush reported that the United States has helped disrupt ten al-Qaeda attacks since 2001, including three attacks against targets inside the United States.19 One of the disrupted plots was devised by Khalid Sheikh Mohammad (KSM), the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks. KSM's plan involved flying a hijacked plane into a target in California.20 Interrogations of KSM in July 2003 indicate that there were at least two potential attackers: Abderraouf Jdey (a.k.a Faruq al-Tunisi) and Zaini Zakaria (a.k.a Mussa). This plot most likely was part of KSM's plan to carry out a "second wave" of attacks after September 11, 2001. The Committee is aware of other credible plans by al-Qaeda members to attack the United States, but cannot discuss these plans in an unclassified report.

The disruption of these plots, the President reminded America, "means the enemy is wounded, but the enemy is still capable of global operations"21 Where the American public tends to have a relatively short time horizon and want results right away, al-Qaeda has never lacked patience in both the operational planning and execution of its attacks. Recall, for example, that the first, moderately successful al-Qaeda-associated attack against the World Trade Center (WTC) occurred in 1993. Rather than an immediate second attempt, al-Qaeda waited almost a decade before striking the U.S. homeland again. Even after Khalid Sheik Mohammed formulated the plan in 1998, al-Qaeda leaders were willing to wait patiently as operatives received the necessary training and resources. The United States cannot afford to assume that the absence of another terrorist act means al-Qaeda has lost either the will or the ability to attack-terrorist operatives might simply be in the planning phase of their next strike.


So long as al-Qaeda is capable of hitting the United States, it may look to carry out another "spectacular" attack of 9/11 proportions. Past threat alerts suggest al-Qaeda may favor attacks that meet certain criteria, including high symbolic value, mass casualties, severe damage to the U.S. economy and maximum psychological trauma.22 However, a battered and weakened al-Qaeda, new counterterrorism laws, and heightened security at our borders and ports of entry have made it more difficult for al-Qaedas core elements to carry out a large-scale attack. As a result, there are ongoing discussions of what al-Qaeda's leadership considers "spectacular." Today, target vulnerability and likelihood of success may be as important to al-Qaeda as the target's prominence.23 Major subway systems, nuclear plants, and national landmarks could be attractive targets if they are perceived as "soft" Regardless of the target, any plan by al-Qaeda will look to achieve at least one of the following: mass casualties, damage to the U.S. economy and maximum psychological trauma on the American public.

If for nothing else, another attack against the United States or our allies would help the group to recruit new supporters. Islamist extremist groups use terrorist attacks to propagate the organization's ideology among its supporters and potential recruits. If al-Qaeda can no longer effectively recruit supporters from around the world, it will cease to exist as the dangerous network that we know today.


Any successful attack with weapons of mass destruction (chemical, biological, or nuclear) would, in addition to causing mass casualties, have an impact on both the U.S. psyche and the U.S. economy. As an example, the still unsolved anthrax attacks that occurred in the wake of 9/11 produced only a limited number of deaths, but disrupted mail and sowed fear throughout the country.

The Intelligence Community continues to be concerned about al-Qaeda's efforts to acquire weapons of mass destruction. In a December 1998 interview with Time, Usama bin Laden was asked whether he, as the U.S. had alleged, was attempting to obtain chemical or nuclear weapons. In his response he stated:

"Acquiring weapons for the defense of Muslims is a religious duty. If I have indeed acquired these weapons, then I thank God for enabling me to do so. And if I seek to acquire these weapons, I am carrying out a duty. It would be a sin for Muslims not to possess the weapons that would prevent the infidels from inflicting harm on Muslims"24

There is a detailed public record of al-Qaeda's interest in obtaining chemical and biological weapons. According to the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, also known as the 9/11 Commission, al-Qaeda sought to obtain nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and "remains interested in using a radiological dispersal or dirty bomb, a conventional explosive designed to spread radioactive material."25 In addition, in 2004, then-Director of the Central Intelligence Agency George Tenet warned Congress that "al-Qaeda's effort to produce deadly anthrax is one of the most immediate terrorist threats"26 There is little doubt that if Usama bin Laden were successful in acquiring WMD, he would use these weapons against the West.


Prior to September 11, 2001 al-Qaeda built a vast, sophisticated and elusive network to raise money to support itself, terrorist operations and its supporters around the world. Trailing Usama bin Laden's funds was complicated and al-Qaeda was able to move money around the world without compromising its security and secrecy. One reason it was so difficult to track terrorist finances was because Usama hin Laden preferred not to operate with banks that charged interest since usury is prohibited by the Koran. Al-Qaeda did, however, use banks that operate according to Islamic principles, such as the Dubai Islamic Bank in the United Arab Emirates (it was not until after September 11, 2001 that the United Arab Emirates enforced tighter restrictions on its banking system). In addition, al-Qaeda relies on couriers and the venerable hawala system of interlocking money changers-it would not be uncommon for money to switch hands several times before the delivery reached its final destination.27 The result was a layered system that kept the United States in the dark, unable to determine how, and more importantly to whom, al-Qaeda was providing funds.

The CIA estimates that al-Qaeda spent about $30 million a year to sustain its activities.28 Contrary to popular belief, Usama bin Laden did not use his personal wealth that he inherited from the Bin Laden construction company when his father passed away. Instead, al-Qaeda's activities were supported largely through various fundraising efforts worldwide, including contributions from mosques, non-governmental organizations, the Internet, wealthy donors and charitable foundations.

It is difficult to determine how much funding has been channeled from the United States to al-Qaeda. Members, of the Intelligence Community have reported, and we have no reason to believe otherwise, that al-Qaeda has not used the United States as a primary source of its funding. Still, intelligence experts agree that the funding to al-Qaeda amounts to much less than is raised by other terrorist groups, such as Hamas and Hezbollah.29 We will look at some U.S.-hased charities with links to al-Qaeda later in this report.

Since September 11, 2001, al-Qaeda's fundraising network has been damaged by new laws and increased efforts to disrupt the international terror finance network. However, terrorism does not require a huge sum of money. The estimated cost of the bomb used to attack the World Trade Center in 1993 was $3,000. This attack killed six people, injured a thousand more, and caused more than a half a billion dollars in damage. Further, estimates suggest the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 cost somewhere from $200,000 to $500,000.30 This amount of money can easily be raised from al-Qaeda supporters and sympathizers around the world (See Figure 4 on page 11).

12 "Who Wages Terror and Jihad: Pros and Cons of Frequently Used Terms" DCI Counterterrorist Center and Political Islam Strategic Analysis Program. May 31, 2005.
13 According to the recent Gallup Organization World Poll, only 8% of Muslims consider themselves to be militant or sympathetic to militant activity.
14 Michael Scott Doran, "Somebody Else's Civil War" Foreign Affairs, January/February 2002.
15 "Pakistan Interviews Usama Bin Laden," (Islamabad. Pakistan), Mar. 18, 1997; see also CRS Report RL32759, Al-Qaeda: Statements and Evolving Ideology by Christoph M. Blanchard, p. 3.
16 "Website Publishes Bin Laden 'Speech'" Internet Supporters of Shariah, June 22, 2000; and 'Al Jazirah Program on Bin Laden" Al Jarirah Television (doha, Qatar), June 10, 1999.
17 Director of National Intelligence John D. Negroponte, "Annual Threat Assessment of the Director of National Intelligence," Statement before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, February 2, 2006.
18 James Phillips, "The Evolving Al-Qaeda Threat," The Heritage Foundation, March 17, 2006.
19 President George W. Bush, "President Discusses War on Terror at National Endowment for Democracy" October 6, 2005.
20 Peter Baker and Susan B. Glasser, "Bush says 10 Plots by al-Qaeda Were Foiled," Washington Post, October 7, 2005.
21 President George W. Bush, "President Discusses War on Terror at National Endowment for Democracy," October 6, 2005.
22 FBI Director Robert Mueller, "War on Terrorism," Testimony before the Senate Select Committee on intelligence. Fehruary 11. 2003
23 FBI Director Robert Mueller, "War on Terrorism," Testimony before the Senate Select Committee on intelligence. Fehruary 11. 2003
24 Rahimullah Yusufai, "Wrath of God: Osama bin Laden Lashes Out Against the West," Time, January 11, 1999.
25 The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, Twelth Public Hearing, June 16. 2004.
26 Director of the CIA George Tenet, "The Worldwide Threat 2004: Challenges in a Changing Global Context," Testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, February 2004.
27 Peter L. Bergen, Holy War Inc. Inside the Secret World of Osama bin Laden, The Free Press, 2001, p. 103-104.
28 The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, Staff Monographs, "Al-Qaeda's Means and Methods to Raise, Move, and Use Money," August 21, 2004.
29 The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States, Staff Monographs, "Al-Qaeda's Means and Methods to Raise, Move, and Use Money," August 21, 2004.
30 Peter L. Bergen, Holy War Inc. Inside the Secret World of Osama bin Laden, The Free Press, 2001, p. 104.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Caliphate Leadership

Saudi Arabia and the Rise of the Wahhabi Threat

A briefing by Stephen Schwartz
February 27, 2003

Al-Qaeda represents Wahhabism in its purest form – a violent fundamentalist doctrine that rejects all non-Wahhabi Islam, especially the spiritual forms of Islam. Wahhabism is an expansionist sect intolerant of Shi'ite Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Hinduism; in fact, Wahhabists seek to challenge and destroy these faiths. The Saudi-Wahhabi threat must not be underestimated; it requires our grave attention.

A History of Violence

Contrary to prevalent Western beliefs, Wahhabism is not an old Islamic tradition and the House of Saud does not enjoy a credible historic claim to rule over Arabia. Indeed, Wahhabism emerged only 250 years ago under the guidance of an obscure fanatic known as Muhammad Ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab who later formed an alliance with a group of desert bandits, the Sauds. From the time they established their covenant to the creation of the modern Saudi state, the Saudi-Wahhabi movement spread across the peninsula brutally defeating and enslaving non-Wahhabi elements.

A substantial body of nineteenth century scholarship does exist to confirm the bloody rise of the Saudi-Wahhabi state. Thomas Hope, a British author, wrote extensively about the Wahhabi spread from his travels throughout the Middle East. In his novel Anastasius, he described Wahhabi agents in words that will be strikingly familiar to modern readers: as extremist puritans bent on dominating the Muslim world by adopting tactics reminiscent of Al-Qaeda's calculated savagery.

The theological and political pact between the Saud clan and the Wahhabists resulted in the fall of Mecca for the second and last time in 1924, solidifying their grip on power. After the conquest of Mecca, the vast oil wealth of the kingdom would be used to export a radical Wahhabist ideology across the globe.

Nerve Center of Islamic Extremism

Even after September 11, the Wahhabi bureaucracy in Saudi Arabia continues to foster religious extremism. When bombs go off in Israel, Kenya, Indonesia, and elsewhere, Saudi Arabia is still the main source of the terrorist money. The kingdom is an unwavering nerve center of ideological indoctrination, incitement, and terrorist financing.

From time to time, the Saudi elite attempts to confuse Western opinion by claiming that it too is the target of Islamic terror, a rather hollow gesture to hide its complicity in terrorism. Saudi Arabia, being a police state, the monarchy long ago could have ridded itself of extremist elements. But the sobering reality is that international terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda are directly impelled by Saudi clerics. To recover their credibility in the eyes of more reactionary factions after years of excess, the Saudi family has embarked on an ambitious global campaign to support incubators of violence and extremism from Algeria to the Philippines. In sum, Al-Qaeda would not exist absent Saudi money and membership.

False Arguments

Washington needs to end its delusion that the Saudi royal family is a moderating force within Saudi politics when the realty is that it has produced a well-funded launch pad for a fascist ideology. Unfortunately, there is no shortage of Saudi apologists. The so-called specialists and academics continue to argue that Islamic terror is the consequence of Islam enduring Western humiliation. But in fact, Saudi Arabia has never been subjugated by the West, instead it has only been cuddled and bribed to ridiculous extremes. And in turn the West has received a torrent of violence and hateful venom.

Equally as erroneous is the contention that an accommodation of non-Wahhabi religions is somehow a break with traditional Islam. This absurd notion is blatantly untrue. Qatar, another Wahhabi state, has actually authorized the establishment of churches. Also, neighboring Bahrain contains thriving Christian, Jewish, and Hindu communities. One can even find a Hindu temple in Oman.

The Future

After decades of theocratic oppression, the vast majority of the Saudi people are restive for the following reasons: 1.) The Shiite minority in the southern and eastern provinces are tired of the violent persecution they have suffered at the hands of the Wahhabist clergy. 2.) The young people of Saudi Arabia want to live in a modern society where they can utilize their enterprising talents and energies to build a prosperous future. 3.) Lastly, non-Wahhabi scholars are already calling on the royal family to reject the officially sanctioned intolerant state religion and replace it with pluralistic Ottoman-Islamic traditions. Remarkably, thousands of young people are turning to Sufism as an expression of protest against the entrenched religious establishment.

The transition to a reasonably open Malaysian parliamentary model from its current medieval state need not be catastrophic. The Saudi monarchy could remain as a symbolic body with power concentrated in a representative legislature. Indeed, the position that a more strict Islamic system might emerge if the House of Saud is brushed aside is ludicrous. Proponents of this view often cite the emergence of an Iranian-style regime as a possible consequence. However, this is a specious historical analogy since the Iranian people never experienced the harsh strictures of Islamic law prior to the ascension of the Islamic Republic. The people of Saudi Arabia know this repression all too well and they are dead tired of it.


Saudi Arabia and its militant Islamic doctrines constitute a clear and present danger to the United States and the international community. The U.S. should demand a full accounting of Saudi complicity in the September 11th terrorist attacks. We should no longer accept the status quo and forcefully pressure the kingdom to cut its ties to terrorism.

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Sending Children to Fight Islam's War

So, this is what Islam teaches little girls. I wonder, what does the indoctrination say about their enemy?

Are these the same little girls who will strap on bombs to their little bodies? Then, they will walk into a school yard and blow themselves up along with scores of children? Is this what Islam has come too?

Will the Islamic leaders cry out to stop this madness? Where are you?

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Save theChildren

What are they being taught? One young student who was a little slow commented that he didn't believe Muslims could kill innocent people. But, he added that Hindu's slaughtered thousands of Muslims.

Madrassa's are financed by Saudi Arabia. Wahhabism is taught there. Wahhabi's are taught to hate the Hindu, Christians, Jews, Infidels, and non-Wahhabi believing Muslims.

What you see here are the future soldiers of Islam. They will fight for the virgins waiting for them in heaven. They will fight to spread Islam and Wahhabism throughout the world. They will fight to restore the Caliphate. They will kill innocent people including women and children with no conscious intervention because they were indoctrinated to believe it was their duty to kill non-believers.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Islamic Teachings Lead to Death

Enraged Muslim secondary education students mobbed and lynched a Christian school teacher in Northeastern Nigeria, accusing her of desecrating the Koran, according to the BBC, Wednesday March 21, 2007.

The Christian school teacher was invigilating an exam at the secondary school in Gombe state when she was attacked and murdered in cold blood by the Muslim pupils. The authorities closed all the schools in the region to avoid rioting.

Muslims have been attacking and killing innocent Christians in the predominately Islamic Northern Nigeria. The government of Nigeria has not been able to stop Islamic terrorist attacks against Christians in the Norther area of Nigeria.

In July 2005 young men in London terrorized the city by their suicide terrorist attacks against innocent people. These men were indoctrinated in their local Mosque with the teachings of Wahhabism. Wahhabism teaches its adherents to hate Jews, Christians, and Muslims who do not agree with Wahhabi teachings. This is another example of madrassa education.

Today, the Catholic Church in London said that it wants to set aside rooms in their Churches for Muslims so they can have someplace to pray. Perhaps the Church would be better off going to a madrassa for an education in Islamic beliefs. After all, Christians and Hindu's are being slaughtered by Islamic fighters. Attending a madrassa will give the Church a better understanding of Islam so that the Priest can property pray for their souls.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

AUS Prime Minister Sounds Off

From an email today: "America Needs A Leader Like This!" Not certain our Constitution would allow this though. What do you think? Is this the solution?

Muslims who want to live under Islamic Sharia law were told on Wednesday to get out of Australia, as the government targeted radicals in a bid to head off potential terror attacks.

Separately, Howard angered some Australian Muslims on Wednesday by saying he supported spy agencies monitoring the nation's mosques.


IMMIGRANTS, NOT AUSTRALIANS, MUST ADAPT. Take it or leave it. I am tired of this nation worrying about whether we are offending some individual or their culture. Since the terrorist attacks on Bali, we have experienced a surge in patriotism by the majority of Australians, as we have never seen before.

This culture has been developed over two centuries of struggles, trials, and victories by millions of men and women who sought freedom.

We speak mainly English...not Spanish, Lebanese, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, or any other language. Therefore, if you wish to become part of our society, then you have no choice but to learn "our" language.

Most Australians believe in God. This is not some Christian, right wing, political push, but a fact, because Christian men and women, on Christian principles, founded this nation, and this is clearly documented. It is certainly appropriate to display it on the walls of our schools. If God offends you, then I suggest you consider another part of the world as your new home, because God is part of our culture.

We will accept your beliefs, and will not question why. All we ask is that you accept our, and live in harmony and peaceful enjoyment with us.

This is OUR COUNTRY, OUR LAND, and OUR LIFESTYLE, and we will allow you every opportunity to enjoy all this. But once you are finished complaining, whining, and griping ab out OUR FLAG, OUR PLEDGE, OUR CHRISTIAN BELIEFS, OR WAY OF LIFE, I highly encourage you to take advantage of one other great Australian freedom..................


If you aren't happy here then LEAVE. We didn't force you to come here. You asked to b e here. So accept the country YOU accepted.


Someone asked, "when will wars stop"


1. History shows that Nationalism ultimately leads to war.
2. The most violent wars were fought over religious differences.
3. Dwindling natural resources will lead to war as the competition for these resources intensifies.
4. Increasing poverty and scarce food and water supplies will lead to war in the near future.
5. Nation states use force to accomplish their political objectives.
6. Nation states manipulate other states to use violence to achieve their political objectives.
7. Nation states act in their own self interest at the expense of everyone else.
8. Nation states foster division among other nation states.

How do you demilitarize earth? Should we eliminate nation states? How would you go about eliminating nationalism? Would earthlings be willing to give up national identification and become citizens of Earth? Could social media forums like Twitter bring people from divergent backgrounds together under one house? How about a constitution for the citizens of earth?

If you can't demilitarize earth, and if you can't unite the people of earth, are we doomed to fight more wars? When will the wars stop?

Monday, December 1, 2008

Change is in the air

Suddenly, the quiet of the day shattered when my Muslim neighbors began to violently protest a banner that they felt insulted them. Our commune which is a mix of ethnicities never witnessed this kind of outburst before....50 homes burned that day.(summarized)

Dear Prasanna:

Thank you for sharing this with me. I am interested in the radicalization of Muslim's by their religious leaders and school teachers. Madrassa's all over the world are preaching wahhabism. I found that these kinds of madrassa's are financed by Saudi Arabia. I began my quest for information and understanding of the effects of this teaching when the terrorists struck Mumbai. This attack brought back feelings that I felt following 9/11. Like 11.26, the 9.11 terrorists were middle and upper class young men with post high school educations. Earlier terrorist attacks in Spain and Great Britan were carried out by men of similar background and economic status.

My research indicates that contrary to some opinions, there is a collective mind set on the part of religious leaders to indoctrinate the young with wahhabism teachings. These teachings promote violence against infidels, as well as, other Muslims who do not follow the wahhabist teachings. To put the effects of their teachings into perspective I use the following observations:

I was born in San Jose, California. My father was Italian. As such, he was a practicing Roman Catholic. Consequently, I was raised to believe in the Catholic church. If I was born in Mumbai, I may very well have grown up Hindu. If I was born in Syria, I would believe in Islam. I am sure you understand where I am going with this. Now, imagine millions of children, most from poverty, growing up and being educated in madrassas. Many of the madrassas isolate the students. In other words, they are not allowed to leave the madrassa school property. They are cut off from their parents. Years of radical indoctrination go by, and the result, is a baby face terrorist who attacked mumbai and efficiently killed innocent people.

The reason that you and your family are suddenly experiencing rising tensions in your community is because the young muslim boys are being taught wahhabism. In my country, wahhabi schools are opening everywhere. I fear for the future if we can not stop them. So, what is the goal of all these religious leaders? Look to Saudi Arabia for the answer. Research the Ottoman Empire and Caliphate.

The goal of the Religious leaders is to recreate the Caliphate. Then, under the leadership of the Caliphate, conquer the world and install Islam as the only law of the land. This is no joke. These people are patient and very serious.

Finally, I want the thank you again for helping me understand your blog entry. Perhaps you will stay in touch, I would like that.



From Babes to Killers--The Transition

Since the very beginning of the Mumbai terrorist attacks I have been advocating the closing of madrassa's that preach hate and violence. Now, from the Wall Street Journal comes a quote from the mouths of the terrorists that demonstrate the madrassa induced propaganda that drove these young men to commit atrocities against unarmed civilians.

Link to Article:

"Remember Babri Masjid?" one of the gunmen shouted, referring to a 16th-century mosque built by India's first Mughal Muslim emperor and destroyed by Hindu radicals in 1992.

"Remember Godhra?" the second attacker asked, a reference to the town in the Indian state of Gujarat where religious rioting that evolved into an anti-Muslim pogrom began in

Young children and teenagers are indoctrinated in madrassa schools. While in school they are isolated from the outside world. The madrassa's are financed by Saudi Arabia. Madrassa teachings encompasses wahhabism beliefs.

A study by the NGO Freedom House found wahhabi publications in a number of mosques in the United States preaching that Muslims should not only "always oppose" infidels "in every way," but "hate them for their religion ... for Allah's sake," that democracy "is responsible for all the horrible wars of the 20th century," and that Shia and other non-Wahhabi Muslims were infidels. (Wikipedia Quote)

This form of wahhabi teaching is occurring all around the world. They are taking babies, educating them in madrassas, and churn out Islamic terrorists, monsters who kill innocents.
Baby face killer who slaughtered innocent people with a smile on his face.