Faulty Foreign Policy Assumptions About Islam: The place where Democrats and Republicans See Eye-to-Eye


After the fall of communism, the Democrat administration of President Bill Clinton assumed that there was no threat to U.S. interests, the indisputable evidence of the rise of Shari’a-compliant Islam notwithstanding. Clinton pretended that the Islamic jihadist attack on the New York World Trade Center in 1993; the Islamic jihadist attack on U.S. military famine relief force in Mogadishu, Somalia in 1993; the Islamic jihadist attack on the U.S. Air Force troop barracks in the Khobar Towers, Saudi Arabia in 1996; the Islamic jihadist attack on the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya in 1998; the Islamic jihadist attack on the U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania in 1998; and the Islamic jihadist attack on the USS Cole in 2000 were not Islamic-motivated terrorism! It doesn’t get any more dysfunctional than that! After seven years of Islamic jihadist attacks and threats of attacks, most directly traceable to Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda, U.S. foreign policy was still functioning on the Democrat Party’s baseless assumptions that Islam is benign and poses no national threat to the U.S. In reality, Clinton’s foreign policy was principally to subordinate his goal of getting reelected in the 1996, and in his second term Clinton’s foreign policy priority was primarily to preclude failures in order to preserve his “legacy”. As a result, Clinton passed up several opportunities to take out bin Laden and al-Qaeda in his caution to avoid hard decisions that had the potential for consequential gain or disaster. Clinton’s Democrat administration dealt with the Islamic jihadists and their terror attacks as international outlaws committing crimes in an effort to mislead the American public about the Islamic threat. Clinton worked diligently to cover up the ineptitude of his denial policy regarding Islamic jihad to preserve the fiction of his foreign policy effectiveness. A sympathetic media assisted him greatly in his prevarication.

Then came the Republican administration of President George W. Bush. Shortly after taking office, Bush was confronted by the second jihadist attack on the New York World Trade Center in 2001. After almost 3,000 Americans were murdered on 9/11 by Islamic jihadists, the Islamic religious connection to the continuing terrorism against the U.S. was no longer deniable, although many Republican and Democrat politicians and policy makers still try to this day. Nevertheless, Bush advanced the ball forward from where Clinton had left it by acknowledging that the 9/11 perpetrators were in fact Islamic jihadists, not criminals, and by declaring the U.S. response to the Islamic jihad was a “Global War on Terror” (GWOT). Of course, the idea of declaring war against the “tactic of terror” rather than declaring war on the Islamic jihadists using the tactic of terror discredited the concept of “GWOT” from the beginning, and more ominously it indicated that there was a continuation of some variation of Clinton’s denial that Shari’a-compliant Islam is a national security threat.

According to President Bush’s 2010 memoir, Decision Points, the “Bush Doctrine” for fighting Islamic terror contained four fundamental precepts. Unfortunately, the fourth precept ultimately cancelled the effectiveness of the other three out, thus undermining and ultimately destroying Bush’s GWOT by the end of his second term in office. The Bush Doctrine precepts were:

  1. “Make no distinction between terrorists and the nations that harbor them–and hold both to account.”
  2. “Take the fight to the enemy overseas before they can attack us again here at home.”
  3. “Confront threats before they fully materialize.”
  4. “Advance liberty and hope as an alternative to the enemy’s ideology of repression and fear.”

The difference between the assumptions underpinning Democrat and Republican foreign policy is one of degree rather than substance.

Clinton worked on the assumption that the Islamic religion was no factor at all in the attacks on the U.S., while Bush’s equally invalid assumption was that a hijacked, perverted version of Islam was motivating misguided Muslims to commit their murderous acts. Consequently, different degrees of politically correctness denying the violent, imperialistic character of Islam was the difference between Clinton and Bush. Lamentably these politically correct, reality-adverse interpretations of Islam still underlie Democratic and Republican basic foreign policy assumptions about Islam, rendering both dysfunctional.

To make matters worse, President Barack Obama’s Democrat regime, that replaced the Bush’ Republican administration in 2009, dropped even the inadequate Republican assumption that Islamic jihadist terror stemmed from a hijacked, perverted version of Islam. Instead Obama’s national security policy and strategy documents, directives, and public statements erased every mention of Islam, Qur’an, Shari’a, and jihad! The Obama national security team eliminated all-things-Islamic as causes of jihadist terrorism, and narrowed the focus down to “al-Qaeda” as the sole enemy to be fought! The elimination of Islam as a cause of terrorism and as a national security threat is a cynically transparent political move to define a potential worldwide threat pool of millions of Shari’a-motivated Islamic jihadists down to a few hundred shadowy al-Qaeda terrorists hiding in caves and deserts. According to Obama’s version of the threat facing the U.S., al-Qaeda fanatical terrorists are motivated to kill Americans by some unnamed, undefined, intangible “radicalism,” but not Islamic Shari’a.

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Has Israel put a lid on terror attacks?


Based on data from the Israeli foreign ministry, 2012 has seen fewer terror related deaths than any year since Israel re-gained its independence in 1948.  Everyone has heard about Israel’s much publicized albeit extremely cautious and measured responses to the persistent barrage of mortars and rockets fired from Gaza.

To be sure, little has changed in Israel’s handling of these attacks.  The same cannot be said for aggressors who have been able to import weapons almost unimpeded since the Arab Spring removed the Mubarak government from power in Egypt.  Likewise, the Arab Muslims  occupying the Israeli territories of Samaria and Judea have continued their rock throwing, knife wielding attacks; so what has changed?

Israel’s Quiet War – Winning is not about making the most noise, sometimes these things go together but making noise and winning are not the same thing…

From StrategyPage.com (November 5, 2012)  The Quiet War:
While the rockets and air attacks grab all the headlines, Israel is fighting a less violent war against Palestinian terrorist groups. This includes arresting Palestinian businessmen who smuggle cash and goods to Hamas (in Gaza) and Palestinian terrorists in the West Bank that are recruited (or sometimes hired with that cash) in the West Bank. Israel has an extensive informant network in the West Bank, and some cooperation from the Fatah security forces in the West Bank. This enables Israeli police to spot new terrorist cells in the West Bank and make arrests. As a result there have been very few Palestinian terrorist attacks in Israel over the last seven years. This despite the heated rhetoric from Palestinian media calling for more of these attacks.

The new Israeli security fence on the Egyptian border has halted the flow of illegal African immigrants. Some 60,000 Africans have sneaked into Israel in the last few years, but last month only 54 got across the border and all were caught. Before the fence was built as many as 2,000 a month got in.

In Lebanon Hezbollah continues to support the pro-Iranian Assad government in Syria. Hezbollah men have been seen fighting rebels in Syria. This has caused a loss of political support in Lebanon where most people hate Assad and support the rebels. The increased economic sanctions on Iran have meant less money for Hezbollah. All this has distracted Hezbollah from its plans for another war against Israel. Hezbollah is still strong in southern Lebanon, but if the Syrian rebels win, Hezbollah will lose a major supporter. This would strengthen anti-Hezbollah groups in Lebanon and lead to curbing Hezbollah’s power.

November 4, 2012: A mentally Palestinian man ignored Israeli warnings to stay away from the Gaza border fence and was shot dead. Palestinian terrorists are constantly trying to cross the fence or plant bombs on it.

November 3, 2012: For the first time in four decades, Syrian tanks entered the demilitarized zone on the Israel border. The three armored vehicles were apparently fighting rebels and soon withdrew. Israel complained to the UN, which is in charge of the zone.

October 31, 2012: In the West Bank Israeli police arrested five men and charged them with terrorism.

October 30, 2012: Israeli police entered the West Bank and arrested thirty members of a Hamas terror cell. Hamas has not been able to launch terror attacks into Israel from Gaza, and has been trying to establish terrorist cells in the West Bank. Israeli police and intelligence, with help from Fatah (that controls the West Bank) have so far prevented this.

October 29, 2012:  Gaza terrorists, including Hamas, fired 18 rockets at Israel. Most of these rockets were longer range factory made models and aimed towards Be’er Sheva.

In Sudan, two Iranian warships arrived for a visit. This was seen as a gesture of support after an Israeli air raid a week ago in Sudan that destroyed an Iranian financed weapons factory. Israel will not admit to the air raid and Iran will not admit to owning the factory but both countries are involved in a low key war along the Iranian weapons smuggling route through Sudan and into Egypt.

October 28, 2012: Two more factory made rockets (longer range 122mm models) were fired at Be’er Sheva and were not intercepted by Iron Dome missiles because the computer predicted the missiles would land in an unpopulated area. Israel air raids on Gaza killed a Hamas leader and Hamas promised retaliation

October 27, 2012: Israel aircraft attacked terrorist targets in Gaza in retaliation for rocket attacks on Israel. One of the targets was a rocket being set up for firing, which exploded on the ground instead.

In the West Bank Israeli police arrested a local Hamas politician and accused him of terrorism.

In Syria two senior Hamas officials were killed by Syrian troops in a Palestinian refugee camp. This was south of Damascus, in the largest Syrian refugee camps (Yarmouk, population 150,000, about 30 percent of the Palestinians in Syria). Hamas has gotten involved in the fighting between Palestinians loyal to the camp leadership (a Palestinian terrorist organization, which has long enjoyed the support of the Assads) and Palestinians who support the Syrian rebels. Palestinians realize that if the rebels win, and it looks like they will, they will be driven out unless pro-rebel Palestinians take control of Palestinian refugee camps (which are actually separate towns or neighborhoods occupied and run by Palestinians.) Hamas had long received support from the Assads. But under pressure from major donors (oil-rich Sunni Arabs) Hamas turned on the Iran-backed Assads. Earlier this year Hamas moved its headquarters out of Syria and openly denounced the Assaads. Hamas apparently also told the Syrian Palestinians to oppose Assad if they wanted Hamas and other Arab states to persuade the new rebel government to allow “loyal” Palestinians to remain and avoid retribution. The 600,000 Palestinians in Syria are 1.7 percent of the Syrian population.

October 26, 2012: Terrorists in Gaza have fired over a hundred rockets into Israel in the past week and were warned that Israel would send in ground troops if the attacks did not stop. The smaller terrorist groups in Gaza ignored a ceasefire negotiated by Egypt, which Hamas refused to enforce (for fear of triggering a civil war with the more radical terrorists).

Egypt: In public debate ‘Civil’ now means “anti-Sharia”


It was bound to happen.  The Muslim Brotherhood, long kept away from the political scene, has spoken and removed all doubt as to who they are and what they believe.  During the decades that the Muslim Brotherhood was banned from politics their true identity was easily and frequently confused.  Now that they are in the public eye all of the world’s worst suspicions are being confirmed.

Opinions about who the Muslim Brotherhood are may vary but the truth about who they are remains unchanged.  Their racist extremist views are so virulent, they have changed the terminology of the debate in Egypt.

Today, the world civil means anti-Sharia and anti-Muslim Brotherhood.  There is no civility in Islam their is only brutality.

 

 

The sacred Islamists and their frightened majority (Part 1)

By MOHAMED WAKED

Sunday, 04 November 2012

Mohamed Waked

To those unfamiliar with the “civil”/religious debate in Egypt, the term “civil” was recently dubbed to mark an assembly of disparate, sometimes conflicting, ideologies and positions that stand for the creation of what has come to be known as a “civil state.” This “civil state” is in turn commonly imagined as something that stands against a theocratic (Islamic) state, but not necessarily against political Islam per se — for there are several Islamic versions of the “civil.” The term “civil” forced itself on public debate for the first time perhaps during the 2005 parliamentary elections, when the Muslim Brotherhood emerged as the only serious contender to the old ruling party. Since then, its evolution led it to acquire multiple meanings, like all other political signifiers. One can even make the ready argument that it is currently but an empty signifier, but such is true of all political signifiers (for example, the much cherished linguistic mess that we call “democracy”).

More recently, however, our young term started taking up either of two broad meanings: a secular position that accepts, be it unwillingly, the second article of Sadat’s/Mubarak’s constitution (the principles of Islamic Sharia are the origin of all laws), or certain Islamist positions that accept, albeit more unwillingly, some liberal and secular freedoms (e.g. the Wasat or Strong Egypt parties). It goes without saying that both “civil” and religious camps are composed of different, and sometimes opposing, political currents and entities.

During the past year or so, the term “civil” narrowed its focus further, as it began to refer only to the quasi-secular camp above. People now treat it as something that generally opposes the establishment of a theocratic Islamic state (but not “secular” in the technical sense). Currently this broad signification unites many different, ideologically antagonistic, secular political ideologies who pose as “civil” in an environment that doesn’t allow them to pose as “secular.” Islamists are therefore generally antagonistic to this camp, often conflating it with its largest constituency: the “liberals” (in the strict sense of the word), who do comprise the largest constituency of the “civil” camp, but are nevertheless not an overwhelming majority of it.

Since the revolution, the competition between the “civil” and Islamist camps has only been intensifying over time; eventually reaching the level of a cold civil war. And it makes sense that such a feud would escalate so much, for the stakes in it are extremely high. They revolve around not only who gets to rule, but also who gets to set the rules of the political game in the country, define the authorities of the ruler and the rights of the opposition, determine what will become of freedoms, rights, and obligations, set collective rights and wrongs, and the like. The development of the new constitution therefore naturally provides the main arena for this intense “cold war”. Recently the term “civil state” has spared outside Egypt; one can see it starting to organize politics in post-revolution Libya, for example.

The confident Islamist and the insignificant “civil”

Within this framework, the story goes, the various Islamist organizations are the only political players with real organic presence: they are close to the people, speak their language, know how to convince them, and thus best represent the interests of the great majority of Egyptians.

The “civil” camp, on the other hand, is generally represented as a tiny “Westernized” block that is furthest away from the people, and is often reduced to its largest constituency: the “liberals.” It is therefore common to bring this camp up as something that is generally elitist and always scared from a mighty Islamist block. Islamists commonly describe it pejoratively too: as an “insignificant” group with a big mouth and no influence whatsoever on the ground. They also commonly depict whatever strategies this supposedly “elitist” and “insignificant” block adopts as a form of “cheating” that is meant to deny the Islamists their “legitimate” right to represent “the people.” The malevolence of the “civil” camp, the Islamist argue, has no limits — for they can go as low as ally with the US, the military establishment, and the remnants of the old regime (known as “feloul”) to get their ways.

It goes without saying that the “civil” camp adopts negative views of the Islamists too. Space limitations aside, two main reasons drive me not to tackle them here. First, the shortcomings of the Islamist representations brilliantly expose the nature of the political impasse in Egypt. Secondly, the ruling regime is Islamist; Islamist representations are therefore “ruling” representations, at least in the technical sense. Not to mention that white postmodern scholars enjoy debunking the “civil” in Egypt and have as a result provided us with more than enough deconstructions of it.

Islamist panic attacks

Granting, recent developments have come to cast immense doubt over the “ruling” representation detailed above. For one, rallies and public demonstrations of the so-called “civil” camp have generally been staged by lower-middle class youth and not at all the elite. In fact, the “elite” was always reluctant to join them for reasons that are too long to bring up here. There is nothing exceptionally “Westernized” in these youth, either. That is to say, the Islamists’ generalizations about the social makeup of the “civil” camp are very visibly false—it’s more like they wish the “civil” camp to be so.

Nevertheless, the problem with our ruling representation goes well beyond one camp’s attempt to falsify the social makeup of its competitors. Our “ruling” representations fail miserably on another much more important account: they don’t account for the extreme sense of insecurity and panic that have come to color Islamists’ reactions since their ascendance to power. One would have expected that a mighty group that quite “naturally” represents “the people,” adopts the only “true” identity, is challenged only by an insignificant, elitist group — and the like of what Islamists in Egypt believe about themselves — would be much more confident than its “tiny,” supposedly insignificant enemy. But the developments of the past two weeks have shown that our mighty majority is extremely insecure and even frightened.

The Brotherhood’s decision to join the first anti-Mursi protest on 12 February is a case in point here. Several political groups had decided to stage an anti-Mursi rally to protest the failures of his first 100 days in office. The Brotherhood decided in turn to join this rally in order to acquire the right to change its goals—that is, to shift its goal away from opposing the MB president. Or so they had thought. They justified their participation in it by saying that the court’s acquittal of the accused in the Battle of the Camel case begs of all of us to forget our difference and ally together to depose of the Prosecutor General, who according to them conspired to assure the acquittal of the enemies of the revolution. Ironically, however, this was by far not the first case in which the courts acquitted “enemies of the revolution”; and the previous acquittals could not have passed as easily as they did without the Brotherhood’s political collusion. So people quite logically rejected the Brotherhood’s claim, and the “civil” protestors were determined to change neither the slogans nor the objectives of their rally. The Brotherhood insisted on participating in the rally to change its goals, nonetheless.

Naturally, both sides fought and the day ended in Brotherhood cadres beating up the “civil” protestors. During the clashes, MB cadres argued that they were only defending the choice of the majority— i.e. the elected Brotherhood president — against the plot of a mischievous minority that doesn’t “respect” democracy (i.e. the “civil” camp). Minding the fact that respecting democracy goes against beating up rallies on the grounds that they oppose an elected president, most people condemned the Brotherhood’s belligerence as something that stemmed from arrogance that they developed because of their power and relative strength. Others remarked that the MB’s arrogance is driving it to believe that it had the right to “protect” the “people” against anyone that disagrees with the MB — which spelled much danger in the future.

For some reason no one read what happened as a manifestation of the Brotherhood’s fears, if not panic. Ultimately the Brotherhood was too scared to let a small, supposedly insignificant and elitist anti-Mursi protest go as is. They felt compelled to co-opt it at any cost (and it was a big cost), although their plans went sour.

In response, the “civil” camp responded with a bigger protest against the MB itself, the first of its kind since the MB’s formation in 1929. The regional resonance of the protest quickly boosted anti-Ennahda protests in Tunisia, pushing the Brotherhood’s insecurities further. Eventually the Brotherhood started to fall back onto the SCAF’s old rhetoric, insecure as it was: according to Mursi, 600 paid thugs infiltrated the rally to trigger the fight between both camps, each being paid LE1000 by some unnamed agent provocateur to do so — the “third party” story, again! The SCAF was the first to circulate stories about an unknown “third party,” and its rule was: the more it felt insecure, the more “third party” stories it circulated.

Eid prayers followed a week later only to underline how insecure and scared the Islamists actually were, specially the Brotherhood. According to the press, including newspapers that are generally neutral towards the group, Brotherhood and Salafi preachers used the prayer sermon to “slaughter” the “civil camp,” attack the secularists, trash the labor movement, and more of the like. It seems that whichever Eid prayers the reporters went to cover, they all witnessed Brotherhood and Salafi preachers pouring venom on the “civil” camp and the labor movement.

Given the spread of the attacks, one is left with either of two conclusions: preachers from all over Egypt were organized to do so, or they panicked for some reason at the same time and rose to defend the Islamist camp on their own. Either case betrays an immense sense of Islamist fear from the “civil” enemy.

The Muslim Brotherhood from within


The Muslim Brotherhood is an organisation that tattoos your soul, molds your mind, brands your ideas and at every moment suppresses the free play of your powers.  A look at the cult-like, brainwashing and indoctrination of Muslim Brotherhood members.

The Muslim Brotherhood from within.

 

No other political group or movement has received the same attention or has had the same impact on Egyptian politics as the Muslim Brotherhood, since the ousting of Mubarak until now. The Brotherhood became an everyday reality for Egyptians.

We wake up to the statements of its leaders, we follow the news of its significant figures and we support, oppose or simply feel indifferent towards our president who belongs to the Brotherhood. There is a daily interaction that takes place between every Egyptian and the Muslim Brotherhood. Whether we like it or not, the Muslim Brotherhood shapes post-revolutionary Egypt.

While most of the time we focus on the external dimensions of the Muslim Brotherhood’s rule over Egypt, meaning their policies, statements, decisions and directions, we do not donate the same amount of attention to the group from within. I believe that the way in which the movement is organised from the inside has a lot to do with their current position within Egyptian politics.

The rigid internal structure of the Muslim Brotherhood is not very common among other political movements and groups in Egypt. If at any moment you stopped and asked yourself what it takes to become a Muslim Brother, here is the process shortly outlined.

Joining the Muslim Brotherhood is not an easy task; it is a process that takes years and years. It is not a matter of filling an application or attending a couple of meetings or even donating some money; it is a process that rids you of your individuality and turns you into another cog in the a machine, or in the words of Roger Waters, another brick in the wall.

It takes about five to eight years to transform from an aspiring member to a fully integrated Muslim Brother. During this period, the loyalty of the aspiring member is closely monitored and his dedication to the cause and the doctrine is closely watched.

Local members of the Brotherhood scout for potential candidates in universities, usually students who demonstrate significant signs of piety. These members do not usually identify themselves as Muslim Brothers, rather they conceal their identity to try and build relationships with the potential candidate and be able to assess his commitment to religion.

The Brotherhood also targets the children of the Muslim Brothers, starting their recruitment process around the age of 9. If you decide independently that you want to join the Brotherhood and you start seeking ways to do that, you need to know a member who will probably take you to another man to guide you and teach you. So like a vampire community, only a Muslim Brother can transform you into one.

Age is a crucial factor in the recruitment process; the Brotherhood usually directs its recruitment efforts towards young men. If the organisation feels that the potential candidate demonstrates sufficient commitment to their ideology, the long process of actually becoming a Muslim Brother then begins.

As soon as you are admitted into the Brotherhood, you become a muhib, a word that literally means lover or follower. This phase could last between six months and four years depending on the performance and the improvement of the aspiring member. During that phase the follower joins a local usra (family) which is a group of four to five people that meets regularly and where the piety, morality and ideology of the aspirant are closely watched

After the leader of the family decides that the follower has shown sufficient piety and knowledge of Islamic texts, the candidate is moved to a more advanced phase where he becomes a muayyed (supporter). During the “supporter” phase, duties towards the organisation must be fulfilled and a curriculum of study completed. Upon finishing that phase, you are moved to a higher rank and become muntasib (affiliated).

As soon as you become affiliated, you start donating a portion of your earnings to the organisation, usually five to eight per cent. In the “affiliated” phase your loyalty and commitment are closely probed. If you satisfy those who monitor you, usually over the course of a year, you are then allowed to the phase ofmuntazim or organised brother and you can assume lower levels of leadership. Finally, if you pass all the tests that the Brotherhood will subject you to; you are admitted into the final stage of membership which isach amil or working brother.

This cult-like process is how our current leaders have been formed and how the Brotherhood is carefully forming future ones. This quasi-fascist structure where your loyalty is always put to question and your personal life is watched at every moment is the mechanism by which Muslim Brothers are produced.

Now, is it any wonder that all Muslim Brothers sound the same? Is it surprising that they all argue in the same way, share the same ideas and are obsessed with listening to their own voices? If for years your loyalty has been directed towards one entity, the Brotherhood and its ideology, can you be loyal to anything else? The Muslim Brotherhood is an organisation that tattoos your soul, molds your mind, brands your ideas and at every moment suppresses the free play of your powers. This is the Muslim Brotherhood from within, this is where our leaders come from!

Islamic Genocide: More than 17 million victims since 1915


OTTOMAN EMPIRE (TURKEY)

Casualties: 2,700,000 Christians – (1915-1923) by Ottoman-Empire Muslim Turkey. 750,000 Assyrians, 500,000 Greeks and 1.5 million Armenians.[1]Nature: 1.) Ethnic cleansing.[2] 2.) Islamic Jihad.[3][4]

ISRAEL / JEWISH PALESTINE

Casualties: close to 27,000 In Israel between 1920-2012, at the hands of Arab/Muslims. 24,526 Israelis/Jews killed, 35,356 injured, and 1,967 Arab “Palestinians” killed by other Arab “Palestinians.”[5]Nature: roots and motivation: the genocide campaign[6][7][8][9] began (mainly) in the early 1920s by the supreme Islam leader, the pan-Arab Mufti, Haj Amin al-Husseini, motivated by both: ethnic racism and religious bigotry,[10] which is the root and the ungoing motivation for the violence.[11][12][13] In WW2, the Mufti worked with Adolf Hitler,[14][15] together with his henchman and spokesman Ahmad Shukairy,[16] the first PLO leader, who called in 1967 to ‘throw the Jews into the sea.’[17][18][19]There were numerous calls for anti-Israel jihad.[20][21][22]Note: most Israeli casualties are innocent non-combatants. Most Arab “Palestinian” casualties are combatants and/or involved in violent attacks.[23] (“The great majority of Arabs killed in the framework of the Israeli-Arab Conflict were killed as a result of wars instigated by the Arabs…”[24]) All the while, humane Israeli soldiers sacrifice their own lives in order to minimize Arab casualties.[25] Not to mention Arab-Islamic intentional routine in causing deaths on their side via human shields.[26] Same goes to Hezbollah tactics.[27] In fact: It stands out, the ‘IDF’s unparalleled record of sparing civilians in counter-terrorism operations.’[28]

INDIA

Casualties: Between 3,000 and over 10,000[29] Hindus were massacred in 1921, Kerala, India.[Moplah riots].Nature: They were “butchered in circumstances of barbarity, skinned alive, made to dig their own graves before slaughter, running into thousands ; women, andpurda (veiled) women too, raped. Thousands were forcibly converted.”[30][31] by “a fanatical Moslem sect which attempted forcible conversions to Islam.”[32] They were decendants of Arabs who were intending to establish an Islamic regime.[33] The Moplahs who “regarded all non-Muslims as infidels, and who had been influenced by the Khilafat movement, declared two independent Muslim kingdoms. They then attacked both Europeans and Hindus.”[34]They called for a Holy war against Britain, as a “duty of Mahomedans to join in a Jehad, or holy war,”[35] and against Hindus.[36] “The Khilafat Muslim leaders.. sent telegrams to Moplah rebels extolling them as heroes fighting for the glory of their religion.”[37]

SIMELE COMMUNITY, IRAQ

Casualties: 6,000 Assyrians, in 1933, Simele, Iraq.[38] It was seen as “a Muslim jihad, holy war, waged against a small Christian community.”[39] Indeed, “All Arab classes were called by the Government organs, such as newspapers and others, to join in the Holy War. Non-compliance mean treachery.”[40]

SUDAN

Casualties: 3,500,000 - Sudan - from 1953 to 2005.[41] Including 2,500,000 between 1983-2005.[42][43]Nature: Arab Islamic “supremacy” over “inferior” Southerners. [44][45] Jihad declared in 1983 by Numeiri,[46] and 1991 by al-Bashir.[47]

KURDISTAN IRAQ

Casualties: 100,000 in Kurdistan-Iraq war [1961-1970], by the Iraqi government.[48]

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Casualties: over 100,000,[49] or upto 400,000,[50] in Papua New Guinea, since 1963, by Muslim Indonesian: government and Jihadists.Nature: Apartheid / ethnic cleansing[51] and jihad.[52][53]

INDONESIA

Casualties: between 500,000 and 1,000,000. (between 1965-66).[54] in Indonesia. Muslims Vs. communists rift.[55] Islamic parties helping Suharto,[56] Islamic leaders were calling for a jihad against the PKI,[57] as well as the official press,[58] and Suharto’s military gave a green light for Muslims to massacre in a jihad.[59]

NIGERIA

Casualties: 3,000,000 - Nigeria, by Muslim [Hausa / Fulani] dominated forces against the Ibo / Christians [1966-1970].[60][61][62]

ISRAEL

Casualties: 2,000-25,000 between Jordanians and “Palestinians” 1970-71 (Black September).[63]

INDIA

Casualties: around 16,000 in terror attacks in India since 1970. 15,674 before the 2008 Mumbai attacks of 11/26.[64]

LEBANON

Casualties: 300,000 - Lebanon 1970s-1999 by Syria and ‘Palestinians’.[65]Nature: Muslims against Christians.[66]

BANGLADESH

Casualties: 3,000,000 - Bangladesh, 1971 by Pakistan,[67] with help from local Islamists.[68]Nature: Islamic Pakistanis’ racism,[69] contempt for “impure” Bengalis.[70]

UGANDA

Casualties: 300,000[71] - Uganda 1971-1979 under Idi Amin. Or 500,000.[72]Character: 1.) Idi Amin – fanatical Muslim.[73][74][75] 2.) Promoting Islam in Uganda.[76]] 3.) Most of his victims were Christians.[77] Many were murdered for their faith.[78] 4.) He campaigned a jihad holy war against Uganda’s Christians.[79] and against Jews.[80] 5.) An anti-White racist.[81] 6.) Anti-Asian, carrying out ethnic cleansing of 60,000 Indians,[82] of 60,000 Indians,[83] claiming it was an act of “liberation” and inspired by God…[84] 7.) Brutal dictator.[85] 8.) A Hitler admirer,[86] fascist,[87][88] whose ‘fascist regime’ was supported by the Soviets[89] and by the ‘Islamic Legion.’[90]

EAST TIMOR

Casualties: 200,000 - East timor (Between 1975 and mid-1999) by (Islamic) Indonesia.[91]Nature: oppression and jihad.[92][93]

IRAQ

Casualties: over 300,000 - Iraq (1979-2003) under (Quran-ic[94]) Saddam Hussein.[95] Or as many as 500,000.[96]Nature: dictatorship;[97] anti-Kurdish Arab-racism;[98] and Sunni Vs. Shiite “religious intolerance.”[99]Note: Baathist racist Arab tyrants like Saddam Hussein, carried out masssacres in the name of Islam,[100] and used highly, the ‘anti-infidel’ ideology.[101] He “encouraged Islamism during the 1990s.”[102]

IRAN

Casualties: 80,000[103] - Iran 1979 radical fascist[104][105] ‘Islamic Revolution.’

IRAN – IRAQ

Casualties: between 500,000 and 1,500,000 - Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988).[106]Nature: 1.) Sunni-Shiite intolerance.[107] 2.) Arab racism/supremacy against Persians by Baathist Iraq.[108] 3.) Persian racism against Arabs.[109] 3.) “Iran’s ruling mullahs proclaimed a holy war (jihad) and used ‘human sea’ tactics, sending forward wave after wave of men, and often children.”[110]

SYRIA

Casualties: 40,000 - Syria (1982, Hama by H. al-Assad).[111]

YEMEN

Casualties: between 100,000-150,000 - Yemen (1984-86 N. Yemen civil war).[112]Nature: 1.) Pan-Arabism, Nasser’s Arab nationalism.[113] 2.) Egyptian, Soviet backed [Muhammad's-family decsendats] Royalists vs Saudi Arabian, Jordanian, Iranian backed fighters.[114] 3.) Sunni-Shiite divide.[115]

TURKEY

Casualties: 40,000 Kurds by Muslim Turkey 1984-1999.[116][117][118]Nature: Oppression and ethnic racism.[119]

IRAN

Casualties: 10,000 - [Islamic Republic of] Iran (1988, massacre of political prisnoers).[120] Or14,000.[121] Or 30,000.[122][123]Nature: ‘for being “infidels”‘[124]

SOMALIA

Casualties: between 350,000 to 1,000,000.[125] Somalia civil war since 1991.Factors: 1.) Warlords/clans, with Islamists playing a major part.[126][127][128][129][130]2.) The AIAI (al-Ittihad al-Islamiyya) was the main anti-Barre force, though it was known to be very Islamist, it was backed by Somalis because of its strong anti-Barre image. After Barre’s fall, the AIAI turned to a jihad against Ethiopia, it was aided by Saudis. “The Ethiopian military far overpowered AIAI destroying the organization’s political and military infrastructures. The defeat led to the disbandment of al-Ittihad al-Islamiyya in January 1997. After AIAI dissolved, many of its former members fled to Mogadishu and joined up with the Islamic Courts movement that was beginning to gain momentum there.”[131]3.) Ruthless Sunni warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid (Aideed) – wanted Somalia governed by “Islamic princpiles.”[132] He was becoming increasingly ‘Islamist’ in nature. especially since Islamic Mujahiddin were fighting for him.[133]4.) One of the highlighted infamous incidents, was the al-Qaeda backed Islamists’ attack on humanitarian US mission, killing 18, in Oct, 1993.[134][135]

5.) Sudan’s Hassan al-Turabi played a major role in Somali warlords feud,[136] his Jihadists.[137][138]

6.) Aidid’s Islamists friends/allies: Being helped militarily by Sudan’s Hassan Turabi and Iranian trained Islamic-fundamentalist militia, and using Hezbollah tactics, as Aidid, Sudan and Iran were “natural” allies, sharing common enemies: US and UN’s Coptic Boutrous-Ghali, “considered an avowed enemy of religious extremists.”[139]

7.) The ‘Union of Islamic Courts’ (IUC) – “a system of clan-based sharia courts that fought to gain control of Mogadishu through their militias.”[140] It contains some radical elements, with some linked to al-Qaeda.[141] It has since, became more and more powerful, planning secretly for a great ‘Islamic Republic.’[142]

Some see the ICU, like the Taliban, in politics of ‘radical Islamism.’[143] Note: Civil war also exposed deep racism from Afro-Arabs against natives. Arabs ‘always run the show.’[144]

 

ALGERIA

 Casualties: over 100,000 - Algeria (between 1992 and 2002).[145] Or even 200,000.[146]Nature: Islamists Vs. government.[147]
PAKISTAN

Casualties: 35,000 in Islamic terror attacks in Pakistan, since the 1990s. (Estimate as of June, 2011).[148]

IRAQ

Casualties: over 160,000,[149] or at leaset over 151,000.[150] in Iraq, since 2003.Factors:1) Intra-Islamic bigotry: Sunni-Shiite divide.[151][152][153]2) Al-Qaeda[154][155][156]3) Baathists.[157][158]

4) Iran and its Hezbollah thugs.[159][160][161][162][163]

Note: The bloodshed continues after US withdrawal.[164][165]

SOMALIA

Casualties: 30,000 children in Somalia - 2011 famine, Islamists’ fault,[166][167][168] who have been refusing, banning aid,[169][170][171][172] even preventing Somalis fleeing famine-ridden areas.[173]

SYRIA

Casualties: 16,000[174] - Syria 2011-2012, or at least over 15,000[175] or at least over 13,000[176] by Syrian forces with Iranian[177][178][179] and Hezbollah active participation[180][181][182]Nature: Alawite Islamic apartheid,[183] Sunni Vs Alawi ‘religious hatred.’[184][185][186][187][188][189] It also serves as a “Battleground Between Sunnis and Shiites.”[190]

PS

There’s also a very long list of many thousands of Islamic motivated attacks,[191] affecting: The US, Argentina, UK, France, Spain, Australia, India, Israel, Russia, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands, Chechnya, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Algeria, Pakistan, (example: 6,681 were killed in 2,782 terror attacks in 2011 alone[192]), Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Morocco, Yemen, Uzbekistan, Gaza, Tunisia, Mauritania, Kenya, Eritrea, Somalia, Nigeria, Sudan, Ethiopia, Mali, Tanzania, Chad, Tajikistan, China, Nepal, the Maldives, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Macedonia, etc.[193] Especially, the bloody last decade of [over] 19,000 Islamic terror attacks (between 2001-2012).[194] Some estimated at least 40,000 deaths by Islamists between Sep. 11, 2001-2010, alone.[195]

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Reformation in Islam: Only in it’s Tactics and Not in it’s Fascist Ideology!


There has been a Reformation of sorts, and only on the surface, in Islam. It’s called the Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR, the terrorists in suits, where they are still marching toward the same goal, an Islamic World Caliphate, only by stealth! Their Reformation is only in it’s tactics, and not in it’s fundamental tyrannical and Fascist ideology. And, they are still creating their terror arms which morph into other terror arms. Every ideology that is tyrannical in nature has it’s terror arms, to make them the targets, and their propagandists who work in the shadows, or sometimes in full daylight.

Yesterday I was reading Bonhoeffer by Eric Metaxas and I was stunned by learning of the way that Hitler waged war with Poland. Here’s the excerpt:

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Back in March, when Hitler had marched on Prague, Neville Chamberlain set down his teacup and took notice. It was then, exchanging one of his carrots for a stick, he vowed that Britain would defend Poland if Hitler attacked it. That time had come. But Hitler couldn’t simply attack. He must first make it look like selfl-defense. So on August 22, he told his generals, “I shall give a propagandist reason for starting the war; never mind whether it is plausible or not. The victor will not be asked afterward whether he told the truth.”

The plan was for the SS, dressed in Polish uniforms, to attack a German radio station on the Polish border. To make the whole thing authentic, they would need German “casualties.” They decided to use concentration camp inmates, whom they vilely referred to as Konserve (canned goods). These victims of Germany would be dressed as German soldiers. In the end only one man was murdered for this purpose, via lethal injection, and afterward shot several times to give the appearance that he had been killed by Polish soldiers. The deliberate murder of a human being for the puposes of deceiving the world seems a perfectly fitting inaugural act for what was to follow. This took place on schedule, August 31.

In “retaliation,” German troops marched into Poland at dawn on September 1. Goring’s Luftwaffe rained hell from the skies, deliberately killing civilians. Civilians were murdered more carefully on the ground. It was a coldly deliberate act of terror by intentional mass murder, never before seen in modern times, and it was the Poles’ first bitter taste of the Nazi ruthlessness they would come to know so well. The outside world would not hear details for some time. It knew only that German forces were cutting through Poland like the proverbian hot knife through butter as Panzer divisions neatly erased thirty and forty miles of Poland per day.

But Hitler gave a speech to the Reichstag, casting himself in the role of the aggrieved victim. “You know the endless attempts I made for a peaceful clarification and understanding of the problem of Austria,” he said, “and later of the problem of the sudetenland, Bohemia and Moravia. It was all in vain.” Poland had refused his gracious offers of peace and with a callousness not to be borne, the Poles rewarded his good faith with violence!…
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This is what we are up against! Islamists, and Nazis in this case, who always partner together along with the far Left for their tyrannical agenda of control over us, who don’t play by the same rules as we do!  Our continual dilemma is how to best deal with these liars and deceivers, and outright mass-murderers. For 1400 years our tactics haven’t worked. It only pushes them into further modes of deceit and deception. They are always the victims rather than the victimizers! And when we expose their actions they are so horrific and so beyond the pale as to be unbelievable by a civilized people!

In other words, we are continually on the defensive and trying to explain why the proponents of Islam, and fascism, are “dangerous and not beneficial to society” even though that is patently obvious by their horrific actions!

It is, what do we do about it to cause them to stop their egregious plunder and occupation? There are those who believe, those who’ve lived with their plunder and atrocities for centuries, that there is nothing short of eradication that is going to stop them in the end, and we are just scratching at the surface.

Mutiny results in an argument over the best way to deal with the enemy. In my opinion, there must be a multi-pronged approach to deal with this one,  and their collaborators, depending on the immediacy of the threat, and ours is one of them!

Understanding the Islamist Plunderers and Occupiers: The Islamist Enemy of Freedom in their Own Words!


It really doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand this Islamist enemy of freedom. The Caliphate and Sharia is the antithesis of the U.S. Constitution. It makes everyone who is not a male Islamist Supremacist relegated to 2nd, 3rd and 4th class status in their own countries of origin!  In other words, if you are not a male Islamist Supremacist you are a slave to them, and paying them the jizya, in one way or the other!

It is this parasitic system, the Islamic Caliphate, that they aim for, that keep them alive! Keeps them from doing the hard work, because they have a constant supply of slaves beholden to them, and feeding them!  They’ve got a good game going on, don’t they? And, we have an endless supply of dhimmi politicians in the West that aid and abet them, and often collude with them in their treachery, to overthrow all our governments in Western Civilization, and freedom!

Here’s one representative Islamist Imam in the UK telling you exactly what his method is, in taking over Western Civilization, and occupying, every country that they immigrate to. Will you remain oblivious to this treacherous takeover of the civilized and free world and their replacing Western Civilization with a tyrannical Caliphate, or will you take a stand now to oppose it? That is the ultimate question I am asking you to answer for yourselves and your progeny.

Winston Churchill once said that “an appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile hoping that it will eat him last.”  Will you keep feeding the crocodile, Islamic aggression and occupation, or will you work with us to stymie it every step of the way? Will you work to preserve the U.S. Constitution where all people are created equal, by our creator, with the inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness (property)? At the ADL we have answered that question. Have you?

Time waits for no man, time is short, and the time is now!

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