Friday, September 29, 2006


120 Years to first of Arab Muslims' attacks on Jews in Israel "palestine" area, Petach Tikva 1886

How many times have you been told by propagandists that the 'middle east conflict all started in 1948'.

As if up to then, all just got along, and that the Arabs were "peaceful".

March - This Day in Jewish History - OU.ORG... attack on a Jewish settlement in Eretz Yisrael, 1886, against Petach Tikva. ... [March 25]. The discovery of the mutilated body of Andrei Yishinsky, ...

Glossary of Israeli Parties and Personalities - 1948-1981Secretary of Petah Tikva Labor Council. Member of the National Committee of ... Abandoned following an Arab attack in 1929, it was restored in 1930. ...

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1886-03-01 - First organized Arab attack on a Jewish settlement in Eretz Yisrael against Petach Tikva 1887-02-28 - Rumania excluded Jews from public service ...

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EVENT: The Petach Tikva agricultural Settlement is established in Eretz Yisroel ... EVENT: Arabs attack Jews in Eretz Yisroel in order to gain territory ...

Jews beat off an Arab attack on Petach Tikvah

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Arabs rioted, killing forty JEWS and wounding two hundred others. the riots soon spread To Tel Aviv, Petah Tikva, Kfar Saba, Hadera, and Rehovot. ...

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The first attack of Arabs on a Jewish settlement was in Petach Tikva in the year 1886; it was the attack in which Rabbi Arieh Leib Frumkin was very badly ...

Yale Israel Journal - This was the case at al-Yahudiyya,17 where the first mass fellahin attack on a Jewish settlement, Petah Tikva, occurred in 1886. Fellahin from the village ...


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Thursday, September 28, 2006


Islamists' Zionist conspiracy update , "the Pirates of the Caribbeans" - LOL

Zionist conspiracy update

MEMRI provides the latest update on the International Zionist Conspiracy, as seen by Iranian National News. And guess what? It’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, a production of the “Jewish Walt Disney Company.”

Why Jewish? Old Walt was no Jew. It’s because the Disney board of directors has 7.7% Jewish members while only 2.2% of the US population is Jewish.

It would seem that Woody Allen, Mel Brooks and Barbra Streisand are a lot scarier than that.

This follows Iran TV’s previous expose of The Tom & Jerry Show.

“Iranian professor Hasan Bolkhari during a televised film seminar told viewers that “Some say that the main reason for making this very appealing cartoon was to erase a certain derogatory term that was prevalent in Europe.”

What derogatory term is that, you ask?

“The mouse is very clever and smart. Everything he does is so cute. He kicks the poor cat’s ass. Yet this cruelty does not make you despise the mouse. He looks so nice, and he is so clever… This is exactly why some say it was meant to erase this image of mice from the minds of European children, and to show that the mouse is not dirty and has these traits.

“Unfortunately, we have many such cases in Hollywood shows.”

All the Iranians I’ve ever met are worldly and intelligent people. The Mullahs are paranoid throwbacks. Educated Iranians can’t feel happy to have Iranian culture and nationhood being made a laughingstock. But the Mullahs are wielding a lot of Big Sticks, and nobody wants their relatives in Tehran arrested and tortured. Intelligent Iranians keep quiet.

So the Mullah’s low comedy has a dark side.

It’s high time to throw out the crazies, but the West isn’t going to do it. The US and a few allies may set back the uranium enrichment program by bombing Natanz and Bushehr. Nobody wants these clowns to have nukes. But if the Iranian people don’t rise up and smash the regime, they will have to live with the shame of having their proud nation ruled by the most farcical ignoramuses in the world.

James Lewis 9 27 06

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Monday, September 25, 2006


ISLAM'S EQUALITY IN TERRORISM, Woman charged with terrorism offences

ISLAM'S EQUALITY IN TERRORISM) Woman charged with terrorism offences Sep, 25, 2006 Woman charged with terrorism offences LONDON (Reuters) - Detectives said on Monday they had charged a woman from Manchester with arranging funding for terrorism purposes. Mehreen Haji, 25, from the Cheetham Hill area of the city, was charged with two offences of entering into funding arrangements "knowing or having reasonable suspicion that it would, or might be used for the purposes of terrorism".


Islam religion of "peace" Islam, Religion of Peace, After 9/11, the fear of backlash against Muslims caused world leaders, church leaders from all religions and even President Bush to come out in defense of Islam. "Islam is a religion of peace", was uttered over and over.
In November of 2004, a Muslim extremist murdered Theo van Gogh, grandson of Vincent van Gogh. Theo van Gogh made a film about violence against women in Islamic societies. He also wrote columns that criticized Islamic violence. Van Gogh had received death threats for his past works, but he never took them seriously.
Salmon Rushdie on the other hand, another author who criticized Islam, did take the threat seriously when Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini condemned him to death for "insulting Islam, the prophet Mohammed and the holy Koran".
In May of 2005, Newsweek ran a story, later proven to be false, that Korans were being desecrated by US soldiers at the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba. Muslim outrage and threats worldwide, fueled by Muslim clerics and Arab news reports, put Americans and US soldiers at risk. Thousands of Muslims rioted, hundreds of people injured, and fifteen to twenty five people killed.
When foreign newspapers ran cartoons depicting the Islamic prophet Mohammed in a less than flattering context (although simply depicting Mohammed is a capital offense), there were more riots, violence and death. In a 'clever' response, Iran's president sponsored a 'Holocaust Cartoon Contest'. How did the Jews respond to that? Not with violence.
Ramadan, one of Islam's holiest of holidays, traditionally results in spikes Muslim violence. Islam's holiest of holidays causes spikes in Muslim violence. Does any other religion's most revered holidays cause a spike in violence? Christmas suicide bombings? Yom Kippur riots? Easter beheadings? In a speech, the pope recently quoted a 14th century Byzantine Emperor. The quote criticized Mohammed's spread of Islam by the sword as "evil and iand inhuman". The pope has since apologized if he offended Muslims. After being criticized for being violent, Muslims around the world responded with violence. Muslims around the world have rioted. Muslim leaders have called for the death of the pope. The pope has been burned in effigy. Christian churches in the West Bank have been bombed and burned. A Catholic nun in Somalia has been killed.
What happened after 9/11? In the Arab world, Muslims were dancing in the streets, celebrating the deaths of three thousand Americans. In America we were being reminded that Islam is a religion of peace.

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Friday, September 22, 2006


Religion of peace in action to prove Pope's wrong/right

The Guardian of Islamic Extremism


Churches Firebombed By Members Of The "Religion of Peace"


If Islam is the religion of peace, it should act like it
The Free Lance-Star, VA - Sep 21, 2006... My next complaint is the lame argument that says something along the lines of "Islam (the religion of peace) doesn't promote violence; remember Christians are ...


Death threats from the 'religion of peace'

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Angry Muslims Burn Churches in Nigeria

Angry Muslims Burn Churches in Nigeria
September 20, 2006
The authorities in Nigeria’s northern state of Jigawa have imposed a nighttime curfew in the wake of a violent protest by a group of Muslim youths in the state capital. The rioters attacked Christians following a blasphemous statement allegedly made by a local Christian woman about Prophet Muhammad.

Hundreds of heavily armed anti-riot policemen are patrolling the streets of Dutse, capital of the northern Nigerian state of Jigawa, to contain rioting by angry Muslim youths.

Police spokesman Haz Iwendi, who blamed those he referred to as miscreants for the attacks, said the police had taken steps to stop the violence.

“Yes, we had some violence there yesterday arising from a statement allegedly made by a Christian woman and a lot of miscreants took to the streets and burnt down churches and shops belonging to Christians and the IG [Inspector General of Police] has moved in and he has asked the AIG [Assistant Inspector General] of Abuja to proceed to Dutse and take over the place and he has also directed units of police mobile teams from Katsina and Kano, to go there and beef up security and restore normalcy,” he said.

At least 10 churches, 20 shops as well as homes of Christians were reportedly attacked and set ablaze by the angry protestors, who claimed a local Christian woman had made a blasphemous statement about Prophet Muhammad. The woman was said to have reacted to inflammatory language denigrating Jesus Christ by a Muslim man.

Eyewitnesses say, at least six people are being treated at the local hospital, one of them is said to be seriously ill.

The state governor, Ibrahim Turaki, was attacked when he tried to calm the mob and had to be hurriedly taken away. Some of the governors bodyguards sustained severe injuries.

Africa’s most populous nation and top oil producer is regularly plagued by violence.

A dozen northern states introduced Islamic sharia law in 2000, alienating Christian minorities in the predominantly Muslim north and stoking spates of inter-religious violence that killed thousands of people.

At least 15,000 people have been killed in communal, ethnic and religious violence in Nigeria since the return to civil democracy seven years ago.

source: voa

So now it's the pope, Why did they pillage a few years ago on Christians?


Tribute to Oriana


Executions of Christians spark riots

Executions of Christians spark riots,21985,20457848-5005961,00.html
Melbourne Herald Sun - 4 hours agoHUNDREDS of Indonesians angered by the overnight executions of three Christians rioted in eastern Indonesia today, looting, throwing rocks and torching an official's home. The violence broke out after Fabianus ...

Thursday, September 21, 2006


Somalia: Islam is Official Religion, Conversion is Banned
Somalia: Islam is Official Religion, Conversion is Banned

Somalia is officially an Islamic state and conversion is prohibited.

The country has a population of approximately 8.3 million, nearly all of them Sunni Muslims. There is a small, extremely low-profile Christian community.
According to the International Religious Freedom Report 2006 issued by the US State Department last Friday, proselytizing for any religion except Islam is prohibited in Puntland and Somaliland and effectively blocked by informal social consensus elsewhere in the country.
Somalia has had no government since the fall of Siad Barre in 1991. The Union of Islamic Courts (UIC), which grew out of individual courts' efforts to establish a degree of order in Mogadishu, took control of the Somali capital on June 4, following a military confrontation with a loose coalition of Somali warlords.
A Transitional Federal Government (TFG) was created in October 2004 following the Somalia National Reconciliation Conference in Kenya. That government formally established temporary operations in Baidoa in February 2006. The TFG adopted a Transitional Federal Charter which establishes Islam as the national religion.
Some local administrations, including the self-declared 'Republic of Somaliland' and the semi-autonomous region of Puntland, have made Islam the official religion in their regions.
Christian-based international relief organizations generally operate without interference, provided that they refrain from proselytizing, according to the US State Department report.
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In April 2004 thousands of citizens marched through the streets in Mogadishu and in the southern coastal town of Merca to protest what they believed was an attempt by aid agencies to spread Christianity. Muslim scholars organized the protest following reports that schoolchildren received gifts with Christian emblems alongside charitable aid.
In January 2005 a group of violent extremists desecrated the Italian colonial cemetery in Mogadishu. While the excavation of the cemetery served a political and economic function, the act had religious overtones, as those in control of the site stated that they planned to build a mosque there and erected a makeshift sheet-metal shelter as a first step.
In 2004 there were several fatal attacks against non-Muslim international relief and charity workers throughout the country and in the region of Somaliland. In addition, recent threats have targeted non-Muslim Westerners in the country, including in Somaliland.

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Religion of "peace": If you call me a killer one more time, I'm gonna...

If you call me a killer one more time, I'm gonna kill ya

September 20, 2006
If you call me a killer one more time, I'm gonna killa ya.
`Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached."

Those are the words Pope Benedict uttered that has caused quite a stir. Those words were originally uttered in the 14th century by the Byzantine Emporor Manuel II. Now, contrary to the replies from Muslim fanatics, Byzantine was not Rome, it was mostly in Turkey. In retaliation for commenting on the violence of Islam nearly seven hundred years ago, Muslims killed a nun in Mogadishu. Mogadishu is not in Rome either, it's Africa.

Now, the problem the civilized world has with "certain Muslims" is that we don't want to live in fear of being killed for whatever reason some idiot decides and justifies through Allah. Apparently it can be about any reason they feel like. Some guy in Rome says something you don't lilke, killing an unarmed elderly lady in Africa is OK. That's just bad, bad, wrong.

I've tried for five years to give Islam the benefit of the doubt that only certain radicals are spoiling it all the rest of the world's "religion of peace". However, it just never stops. The killing in the name of Allah just goes on and on all over the entire planet. When Islam dominates a region through violence such as the Middle East, it then turns on itself and Shiites kill Kurds and Sunnis, Kurds kills Shiites and Sunnis, and Sunnis kill Shiites and Kurds. It just never stops. Case in point, as much as the world focuses on the death of US soldiers in Iraq, many many more Iraqis have died at the hands of Muslim "insurgents". They're not even terribly concerned with who they kill apparently so long as they kill.

Emporer Manuel II was 100% dead on right nearly seven hundred years ago. Those Muslims killing an elderly nun in Mogadishu proved it yet again. Unfortunately, we get even more proof practically every single day. And, those Muslims who argue that Islam is the relgiion of peace are completely overwhelmed by evidence to the contrary. The big picture is even scarier because even when Islam gets what it wants, the violence doesn't stop. I'm not a terribly religious person at all, and I detest violence above all things in life. So, you all can probably see where I'm coming from on this. I want the violence to stop. If Islam can do that, it should exist. If all it is going to contribute to the world is what Emporer Manuel II claimed seven hundred years ago, and Mogadishu proved this week, then it really doesn't. It's not offering the world anything at all.

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Racist Arab & Islamic Iranian Quotes towards Africans

Racist Arab Quotes

racist arab quotes

Posted By: SopdetDate: 20, August 02, at 6:56 a.m.

Arab/Iranian/Indian views on black Africans during the medieval era "In both Arab and Iranian Islamic writings, blacks are accused of being stupid, untruthful, vicious, cowardly, sexually unbridled, ugly and distorted, excessively merry, and easily affected by food and drink."
Minoo Southgate, 1984, Negative Images of Blacks in Some Medieval Iranian Writings
Arabs called African Blacks (typically East Africans) the 'Zanj'. Most Arab writers who spoke disparagingly of black Africans had never traveled to subSaharan Africa. Many of their tales were based on hearsay. In the Arab world, as in Europe, there was also a necessity to justify the enslavement of black Africans by portraying them as subhuman.
At least part of the negative fiction was fabricated by black Africans themselves. Coastal East Africans such as the Swahili formed the trade link between Arabs from Asia and the African interior. To defend their trading zone, they told fantastic stories of the dangers of the interior. Asian merchants were thus discouraged from venturing into the interior and making direct trade links with the wealthy kingdoms there. Thus the Swahili preserved their trade monopoly and prospered.
Although the Arab writers featured below described blacks in demeaning language, Ibn Battuta, the most well-traveled man in pre-modern times, wrote of sub-Saharan Africans in a vastly different light. Of all medieval travel writers, he was the only one who actually traveled to both East Africa and West Africa. Ibn Battuta was a native of Morocco, culturally Arab and ethnically Berber.
In the following table, the observations of Ibn Battuta and other Arab writers are laid out side by side. These are not meant to be direct comparisons as Ibn Battuta was writing of specific black African cultures, while most of the other writers were writing of the generic Zanj:
Other Arab/Indian/Iranian writers Ibn Battuta "Of the neighbors of the Bujja, Maqdisi had heard that "there is no marriage among them; the child does not know his father, and they eat people -- but God knows best. As for the Zanj, they are people of black color, flat noses, kinky hair, and little understanding or intelligence."
Maqdisi (fl. 966 AD), _Kitab al-Bad'_, vol.4 "We ... traveled by sea to the city of Kulwa [Kilwa in East Africa]...Most of its people are Zunuj, extremely black...The city of Kulwa is amongst the most beautiful of cities and most elegantly built... Their uppermost virtue is religion and righteousness and they are Shafi'i in rite."
Ibn Battuta, A.D. 1331
"The geographer al-Idrisi ascribes 'lack of knowledge and defective minds' to the black peoples. Their ignorance, he says, is notorious; men of learning and distinction are almost unknown among them, and their kings only acquire what they know about government and justice from the instruction of learned visitors from farther north."
Bernard Lewis, 1990, Race and Slavery in the Middle East.
"Another of [the Malli blacks'] good qualities is their concern for learning the sublime Qur'an by heart. They make fetters for their children when they appear on their part to be falling short in their learning of it by heart, and they are not taken off them till they do learn by heart."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"Like the crow among mankind are the Zanj for they are the worst of men and the most vicious of creatures in character and temperament."
Jahiz, _Kitab al-Hayawan_, vol. 2 "Among [the Malli blacks'] good qualities is the small amount of injustice amongst them, for of all people they are the furthest from it..."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"[inhabitants of sub-Saharan African countries] are people distant from the standards of humanity" "Their nature is that of wild animals...."
Persian geography _Hudud al-`alam_, 982 AD "For [the people of Takadda in West Africa] ease of life and ample conditions are supreme; they vie with one another in the number of slaves and servants they have - as likewise do the people of Malli and Iwalatan. They do not sell educated woman-slaves, except very rarely and at a great price."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"We know that the Zanj (blacks) are the least intelligent and the least discerning of mankind, and the least capable of understanding the consequences of actions."
Jahiz (d. 868 AD), _Kitab al-Bukhala' "[The people of Mombasa in East Africa] are a religious people, trustworthy and righteous. Their mosques are made of wood, expertly built."
Ibn Battuta, A.D. 1331
"They [the Shu`ubiyya] maintain that eloquence is prized by all people at all times -- even the Zanj, despite their dimness, their boundless stupidity, their obtuseness, their crude perceptions and their evil dispositions, make long speeches."
Jahiz, Al-Bayan wa`l-tabyin, vol. 3 "I met the qadi of Malli... he is a black, has been on a pilgrimage, and is a noble person with good qualities of character... I met the interpreter Dugha, a noble black and a leader of theirs... They performed their duty towards me [as a guest] most perfectly; may God bless and reward them for their good deeds!"
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"Galen says that merriment dominates the black man because of his defective brain, whence also the weakness of his intelligence."
Mas`udi (d. 956 AD), Muruj al-dhahab_ "Another of the good habits among [the people of Malli] is the way they meticulously observe the times of the prayers and attendance at them, so also it is with regard to their congregational services and the beating of their children to instill these things in them."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"As regards southern countries, all their inhabitants are black on account of the heat of their climate... Most of them go naked... In all their lands and provinces, gold is found.... They are people distant from the standards of humanity."
Hudud al-`Alam_, Persian geography, 982 AD "[The sultan of Malli] holds sessions during the days associated with the 2 festivals...The men-at-arms come with wonderful weaponry, quivers of silver and gold, swords covered with gold, their sheaths of the same, spears of silver and gold and wands of crystal.. On [the women] are fine clothes and on their heads they have bands of silver and gold apples as pendants... then come...young men who... have a wonderful gracefulness and lightness...they juggle with swords beautifully."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"The Zanj are so uncivilized that they have no notion of a natural death. If a man dies a natural death, they think he was poisoned. Every death is suspicious with them, if a man has not been killed by a weapon."
Abu Rayhan al-Biruni, _India_, 1030 AD "... there is also the prevalence of peace in their country, the traveler is not afraid in it nor is he who lives there in fear of the thief or the robber by violence...there are no thieves in their country"
Ibn Battuta, 14th century, writing about Mali
About the Zanj: "Their nature is that of wild animals. They are extremely black." About the Sudan: "Among themselves there are people who steal each other's children and sell them to the merchants when the latter arrive."
Hudud al-`Alam_, 982 AD "[The sultan of Kilwa, East Africa] ... was Father of Gifts because of his many gifts and deeds of generosity... This sultan is a very humble man. He sits with the poor people and eats with them... The gratitude of the people to the sultan increased at the evidence of his humility and graciousness."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"If (all types of men) are taken, from the first, and one placed after another, like the Negro from Zanzibar, in the Southern-most countries, the Negro does not differ from an animal in anything except the fact that his hands have been lifted from the earth,--in no other peculiarity or property,--except for what God wished. Many have seen that the ape is more capable of being trained than the Negro, and more intelligent."
Philosopher-theologian Nasir al-Din Tusi (1201-74), _Tasawwurat_ [Mogadishu (in East Africa)] is a town endless in its size... Its people are powerful merchants. In it are manufactured the cloths named after it which have no rival, and are transported as far as Egypt and elsewhere. Ibn Battuta, A.D. 1331
"Therefore, the Negro nation are, as a rule, submissive to slavery, because [Negroes] have little [that is essentially] human and have attributes that are quite similar to those of dumb animals, as we have stated."
Ibn Khaldun, _Muqaddimah_, 14th century AD "Then I reached [a West African town]. This town had as its governor an excellent man, a pilgrim called Farba Sulaiman, well known for his bravery and tenacity...An Arab slave girl of his from Damascus came in to us. She was an Arab and spoke to me in Arabic."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
Note that in this case, a black man owned an Arab slave
"A man of discernment said: The people of Iraq ... do not come out with something between blonde, buff and blanched coloring, such as the infants dropped from the wombs of the women of the Slavs and others of similar light complexion; nor are they overdone in the womb until they are burned, so that the child comes out something between black, murky, malodorous, stinking, and crinkly-haired, with uneven limbs, deficient minds, and depraved passions, such as the Zanj, the Somali, and other blacks who resemble them. The Iraqis are neither half-baked dough nor burned crust but between the two."
Ibn al-Faqih al-Hamadani, _Mukhtasar Kitab al-Buldan_, 903 AD "Another of [the Malli blacks'] good qualities is their concern for learning the sublime Qur'an by heart...One day I passed a handsome youth from them dressed in fine clothes and on his feet was a heavy chain. I said to the man who was with me, 'What has this youth done -- has he killed someone?' The youth heard my remark and laughed. It was told me, 'He has been chained so that he will learn the Qu'ran by heart.'"
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"beyond [known peoples of black West Africa] to the south there is no civilization in the proper sense. There are only humans who are closer to dumb animals than to rational beings. They live in thickets and caves, and eat herbs and unprepared grain. They frequently eat each other. They cannot be considered human beings."
Ibn Khaldun, _Muqaddimah_ "There came to sultan Mansa Sulaiman (of the Mali empire) a group of these blacks who eat human beings accompanied by one of their amirs... They cover themselves in silk mantles... The sultan was gracious to them...They...came to the sultan to return thanks."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"[Blacks] are ugly and misshapen, because they live in a hot country."
Ibn Qutayba (828-89 A.D.) "[the people of Iwalatan in West Africa] were generous to me and entertained me...and as for their women -- they are extremely beautiful and are more important than the men"
Ibn Battuta, 14th century
"The Zanj are slight-witted (_kam 'aql_), and God, most high, has created them stupid, ignorant, and foul (_palid_)."
anonymous, Iskandarnamah, 1343 AD "[The sultan of Kilwa, East Africa] ... was Father of Gifts because of his many gifts and deeds of generosity... This sultan is a very humble man. He sits with the poor people and eats with them... The gratitude of the people to the sultan increased at the evidence of his humility and graciousness."
Ibn Battuta, 14th century

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