It’s the Muslim way.
Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Just in case you haven’t been paying attention this weekend, conflict in the Mideast is erupting, with Israel bombing Syrian targets with airstrikes.
Here’s the latest on what Syria and IRAN are planning to do in retaliation.
The last time Iran started a war was in 1826 during the 4th Russo-Persian War.
In the war with Iran, Israel kicked their butts.
When Iraq invaded Iraq in 1980 there was no winner, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard failed to remove Saddam from power, the eight-year war ended in a stalemate.
Officials warn of terrorist attacks in Africa, South America
TEL AVIV – Iran has instructed the Al Quds unit of the Revolutionary Guard to prepare a response to Israel’s reported airstrikes Sunday and Friday against Syrian targets, according to informed Middle Eastern security officials.
The officials, speaking to WND, said Syria and Iran are determined to respond to the Israeli strikes. The officials said the retaliation may not be launched from Syrian territory but instead could come in the form of a terrorist attack against Israelis in Africa or South America.
Large explosions rocked Damascus early Sunday with Syria blaming Israel for the strikes, which reportedly targeted a military research center in Jamraya near Damascus.
The reports followed confirmations Saturday by anonymous Israeli officials that the Israel Air Force had carried out a strike against Syria on Friday targeting a shipment of advanced missiles bound for Hezbollah.
The New York Times quoted U.S. officials saying the strike targeted Iranian Fateh-110 missiles headed for Hezbollah.
Syrian Information Minister Omran Zoabi was quoted by state-run media saying the Israeli air strikes “opens the door to all possibilities.”
Lebanese media quoted Seyed Hassan Firouzabadi, the chief of staff of the Iranian armed forces, as saying: “Resistance forces will respond to the Israeli aggression.”
|by Arash Norouzi
Across the world, a dangerous rumor has spread that could have catastrophic implications. According to legend, Iran’s president has threatened to destroy Israel, or, to quote the misquote, “Israel must be wiped off the map.” Contrary to popular belief, this statement was never made.
On Tuesday, October 25th, 2005 at the Ministry of Interior conference hall in Tehran, newly elected Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad delivered a speech at a program, reportedly attended by thousands, titled “The World Without Zionism.” Large posters surrounding him displayed this title prominently in English, obviously for the benefit of the international press.
Below the poster’s title was a slick graphic depicting an hour glass containing planet Earth at its top. Two small round orbs representing the United States and Israel are shown falling through the hour glass’ narrow neck and crashing to the bottom.
Before we get to the infamous remark, it’s important to note that the “quote” in question was itself a quote – they are the words of the late Ayatollah Khomenei, the father of the Islamic Revolution. Although he quoted Khomeini to affirm his own position on Zionism, the actual words belong to Khomeini and not Ahmadinejad. Thus, Ahmadinejad has essentially been credited (or blamed) for a quote that is not only unoriginal, but represents a viewpoint already in place well before he ever took office.
The Actual Quote: See entire article below
The arrest of two Iranians in Kenya on suspicion of plotting bomb attacks has heightened fears that Tehran is widening its covert war against Israel and the United States.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is surrounded by his supporters as he leaves Mehrabad Airport on June 24, 2012 in Tehran, Iran. There are fears that Tehran is widening its covert war against Israel and the United States as Washington expands its secret intelligence operations across Africa. UPI/Maryam Rahmanian
The recent arrest of two Iranians in Kenya on suspicion of plotting bomb attacks has heightened fears that Tehran is widening its covert war against Israel and the United States as Washington expands its secret intelligence operations across Africa.
The Iranians have rarely mounted major covert or intelligence operations in Africa, although they have used Sudan as a key conduit for weapons destined for the Palestinian Hamas militants and their allies in the Gaza Strip in recent years.
by Women Against Sharia
Commentary by Jim Campbell
If Obama weren’t in a position of the drowning man thoughts such as these would not be brought to the table. Should he create a “crisis” that is “too good to go to waste” it could well back fire on him.
Few take him seriously. Obama is the ultimate enigma. The anti-war candidate who continues to pander to as many of his progressive anti-war constituents as possible, he has used the US Military in Illegal Wars in Egypt, Lybia, and the Sudan. I would not trust him to lead a Cub Scout Troop.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
What happens in Iran over the next few months may be one of the biggest wild cards in the 2012 election, and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta was characteristically blunt about the stakes.”If they decided to do it, it would probably take them about a year to be able to produce a bomb and then possibly another one to two years in order to put it on a deliverable vehicle of some sort in order to deliver that weapon,” Panetta told CBS’ “60 Minutes” on Sunday.
The Muslim Midget and minions.
Top aides to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insist the timeline is a lot shorter, and suggested in Sunday’s New York Times Magazine they may launch a unilateral strike against Tehran.
While Israeli officials clearly believe this could be a last resort option to take out Iran’s nuclear capabilities, there is sharply divided opinion about whether such a move would also throw the Middle East into chaos — not to mention have a huge impact on the U.S. election.
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Because it believes Allah is protecting the country.
Despite the IAEA’s recent report on Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the country’s leadership couldn’t care less. They remain unconcerned about the West’s denunciations and threats of further sanctions even after the international nuclear watchdog reported last week that the Islamic regime is building nuclear weapons.
There will be no comprise with the United States and its allies, Iran insists, because the regime’s critics fail to understand the nature of what Tehran’s radicals call the “true Islam.”
The Strutting Muslim Midget of Iran
Days after the report by the IAEA, Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, pointedly warned America and what he called its “guard dog,” the Zionist regime of Israel, that any attack on Iran will result in the destruction of both.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Iran will not retreat “one iota” from its nuclear program, and Revolutionary Guard commanders promised a response that will “shock the enemy,” boasting that with only four missiles Israel will be annihilated and America can expect the same fate.
Iranian officials have long believed that their commitment to Islam has earned them the protection of Allah, thus ensuring their success in confronting the West, engaging America in Iraq and Afghanistan, strengthening terrorist proxies against Israel, and progressing with their missile and nuclear programs.
Stratfor Global Intelligence
U.S. “plotting” against Iran is one reason for the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) operation against militant group Free Life Party of Kurdistan in northwest Iran.
IRGC: Operation against PJAK Aimed at Confronting US Moves along Borders
TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps said that the US growing activities along Iran’s Northwestern borders, where the PJAK terrorist group was active, encouraged the IRGC to stage its recent offensive against the armed group.
“One of the main reasons for the IRGC’s decisive and rapid reaction (to PJAK) was that Americans seemed to be plotting against our ruling system in the region,” Colonel Hamid Ahmadi, who was the spokesman of the IRGC Ground Force during the IRGC operation in Northwestern Iran, told FNA.
Ahmadi said this supposition was supported by many corroborative evidence and proofs “including their (Americans) deployment along our borders and their insistence on maintaining presence in a number of border mountains”.
“Thus, the IRGC decided to change the game with its speedy and decisive action and nip the plot in the bud, and its success displayed the power of the Islamic Republic’s ruling system,” he added.
H/T Doc Katz
Posted by Clare M. Lopez
Across a vast expanse of the Muslim world, from Tunisia to Pakistan, the forces of Islam are rising. Tunisian voters have given the Al Nahda (Muslim Brotherhood) party a dominant position in the national assembly that will write the country’s new constitution. In Libya, Chairman of the National Transitional Council, Mustafa Abdel Jalil, has declared he seeks to make Islamic law the basis for legislation.
In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood campaigns under the slogan, “Islam is the Solution” as Coptic Christians face the worst persecution in decades. Israel just released hundreds of Palestinian terrorists with blood on their hands to ransom Gilad Shalit, an IDF hostage long held by HAMAS in Gaza.
In Syria, Bashar al-Assad’s Alawite dictatorship faces a motley opposition grimly determined to bring it down. With United States (U.S.) backing, the Turks have arranged that most members of the just announced Syrian National Council are Muslim Brothers or like-minded shariah-promoters.
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From the Telegraph
US justice officials said on Tuesday they had indicted four Singaporeans and an Iranian for exporting radio equipment to Iran, for roadside bombs in Iraq.
At least 16 radio antennas were found in unexploded improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Iraq, the US Justice Department said in a statement, noting that the Iranian suspect in the case is still at large.
The US military has repeatedly accused Shiite militias in Iran of conducting bomb attacks in neighbouring Iraq in an attempt to foment sectarian hatred.
The indictment said thousands of antennas were meant to be exported from the United States to Iran, and in addition to the four Singaporeans, four companies from the southeast Asian nation had been charged in the alleged plot.
“Yesterday, authorities in Singapore arrested Wong Yuh Lan (Wong), Lim Yong Nam (Nam), Lim Kow Seng (Seng), and Hia Soo Gan Benson (Hia), all citizens of Singapore, in connection with a US request for extradition,” the statement said.
“The United States is seeking their extradition to stand trial in the District of Columbia,” it said.
“The remaining individual defendant, Hossein Larijani, is a citizen and resident of Iran who remains at large.”
Kabul – Iran has fired seven mortar shells into Afghanistan following a dispute over an Afghan village in southwestern Nimruz province, an official said Wednesday.
‘Today I received reports that as many as seven mortar shells were shot into Nimruz province in Kang district from the Iranian side of the border this morning,’ Haji Qaasim Khedri, deputy governor of Nimruz, told dpa.
‘We have not received any reports of casualties yet, and we have reported the incident to higher authorities in Kabul,’ Khedri said.
Earlier this week, Iranian officials claimed an Afghan village as part of its territory. This was followed by Wednesday’s shelling, Khedri said.
He said both events related to the same village, adding that the Iranian military had made ‘force deployments along the border line.
Iran‘s project to ingratiate itself to the bottom dwellers of the world community has gained added importance as it finds itself increasingly isolated after the Arab Spring. Iran, like Saudi Arabia, and Turkey views itself as the protector of Islam a role which has always required a complete disregard for human rights and common sense as well.
Iran’s people have had it with the theocracy. Another stolen election by the Muslim Midget and there will be major blood in the streets.
Birds of a feather, flock together and it’s no surprise that Iran, one of the many self-appointed defenders of Mohamed’s invention Islam, should find friends and allies among the worst of the worst regimes. Nor should it be surprising that Muslims recruit new Mohammedists from prison populations, where the candidates have already been pre-screened as disposed to commit crimes making them ideal candidates for the unending wet-work of Islam..
The blossoming of the Arab Spring was not a good news for Iran. Teheran finds itself confronting the possibility of losing important allies, such as Syria, and of losing the chance to become a hegemonic power in the region. Iran is therefore looking around the globe for new partners that could politically and economically support the regime.
Iran’s Muslim Midget
The Iranian government has made significant strides in Latin America, helping to embolden the anti-American bloc of Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Cuba and Nicaragua, while gaining sympathies in countries such as Brazil and Argentina.
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From Dr. Terry Jones:
Comment by Jim Campbell
For those of you that visit this site claiming that Islam is the religion of peace and tolerance ask yourselves what religions kill people for refusing to believe? As it says below the header, “Only false prophets feel the need to kill in order to spread their faith.”~ Mano Bakh
Again, another example of the radical element of Islam, another example of unbelievable violations of human rights, of freedom of speech. Even the actual thought that someone could possibly be executed, imprisoned, just simply because of what he believes is totally barbaric.
Pastor Yusuf Naderkhani and his family
This is another sign that we, as a nation, as individuals, that we must stand up, we must speak out against this type of injustice.
Let us join together. Please contact us here at Dove World Outreach Center, contact us here at Stand Up America Now, let us join together with many many different news agencies, Christian organizations, other First Amendment organizations, people that are concerned about human rights around the world.
There is barely a day that passes without the drone-like reminder that the world we now live in is riddled with the carnage left by the blood lusting and demonically influenced hordes in our midst. One would think that after 10 years of studying and fighting this enemy, we might actually have a firm understanding of him and have determined how best to defeat him.
The Taliban: not so bad?
We certainly should have been able to determine what doesn’t work.
Instead, we unilaterally placed a “governor” on our force projection which presumed to increase trust and goodwill amongst the Afghan population by reducing civilian casualties. In so doing, we necessarily extended the need for US forces there into perpetuity. And we did this based on a faulty presumption; that the average Afghan did not agree – to greater degree, with the Taliban. It also almost by necessity assumes then that the average Afghan does not see us as anything other than good people coming to the rescue.
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Comments by Jim Campbell
Iran today is arguably the largest exporter of weapons and training those who want to become part of the Jihad. Daily weapons from Iran kill and mail U.S. and coalition troops. The WSJ posted in July, “Iran Funnels New Weapons to Iraq and Afghanistan.” Iran will be crushed from within as their population wants freedom and abhor the fascist tenants of Sharia on its citizens.
They executed 88 people this year in different form for following the teachings of a Seventh Century lunatic and pedophile.
As of this writing she appears to still be alive, the charges of adultery have not been dropped, she may face hanging in the near future, this form the “religion of tolerance and forgiveness.
Report: Number Of Executions Carried Out By Sharia Courts Increases For Third Straight Year
Daniel Pearl Executed in the same way
ROME – The use of the death penalty to implement the Sharia, Islamic law, continues to increase year by year: in 2010 there were at least 714 executions, against 658 in 2009 and around 585 in the previous year, in 13 countries with a Muslim majority, many of which ordered by religious tribunals.
The sentences were carried out by hanging, decapitation and execution by firing squad. These figures emerged from the 2011 report presented today in Rome by the association ‘Nessuno tocchi Caino’ (Hands Off Cain).
Worldwide 24 of the 47 countries with a Muslim majority practice capital punishment; 18 of these have a judicial system that explicitly refers to the Sharia. There is only one Islamic country, Iran, that applied the death penalty in 2010 and in the first six months of 2011 to minors who were under the age of 18 when they committed their crime. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Mauritania and Egypt also sentenced minors to death, but did not execute the penalty.
The Sharia has been applied through hanging, decapitation and execution by firing squad. In Iran, Nigeria and Pakistan people have been sentenced to death by stoning, but there are no reports of actual executions by this method, though stoning is used without regular trials in Somalia, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Hanging, often in public, is the most widespread method. The Iranian version is particularly cruel: in this country a crane or a low platform is used that causes the convicts to die a slow and painful death. The only country to apply decapitation is Saudi Arabia. In 2010 there were 27 executions, less than half of the number recorded in 2009 (at least 69), but the number of decapitations increased significantly in 2011.
Stratfor Global Intelligence Reports
The continuing unrest in Syria is turning the country into another battleground in the regional competition between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Syria and Iran have long been allies; were a Sunni Arab regime with closer ties to Riyadh to take the place of the Alawite minority-led government in Damascus, the loss to Tehran’s regional influence would be profound. While Saudi Arabia has not actively sought to topple the Syrian regime, Syria’s present crisis presents an opportunity for Saudi Arabia to turn back the gains Iran has made since 2003 — though Tehran can be expected to put considerable resources toward ensuring the Syrian regime’s survival.
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Saudi King Abdullah with Syrian President Bashar al Assad (L), and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad with al Assad
As the uprising against Syrian President Bashar al Assad’s regime enters its fifth month, the Syrian government has escalated its crackdown, with tanks besieging the restive city of Hama on July 31 and Syrian forces killing at least 200 people over the course of the ensuing four days, according to media reports. Political reform initiatives offered by the al Assad regime have failed to quell the unrest, and the government’s heavy use of force in the face of mounting casualties has pressured international stakeholders to address the situation.