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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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