CAIR's Corey Saylor: Hiding The Bloody Truth
Corey Saylor, national legislative director for the
terrorist front organization, CAIR, recently wrote
an op-ed in hopes of fooling the
public that an amendment to the Intelligence Authorization Act
offered by Rep. Pete Hoekstra:
"may unintentionally legitimize Al
and other anti-American forces"
Saylor believes that terms like, 'jihadist,' 'jihad,' 'Islamofascism,'
'caliphate,' 'Islamist,' or 'Islamic terrorist' should instead be replaced
by language that describes Islamic terrorists as 'thugs" and
Could it be that
Saylor’s leash-holders in Hamas
find the terms used in the amendment just a bit too close to describing the
Or is it more
likely that CAIR members and officers have been
known to share the
ideals and goals of the “Islamofascists” of Hamas…and since the imposition
of an Islamic
"caliphate" is odious to North Americans…Saylor wants to obscure this from
However, Saylor is
obviously not conversant with his own organizations history.
founder Omar Ahmad, appearing at the Islamic Association of Palestine’s third
annual convention in Chicago, praised
"Fighting for freedom, fighting
for Islam -- that is not suicide.
They kill themselves for
Saylor repudiating the actions of those “fighting for freedom…(those who) kill
themselves for Islam”? And what would Ahmad have to say about Saylor
implying that these so-called “freedom fighters” are “thugs” and
Did not Ahmad praise Saylor’s
“thugs” and “criminals” as “heroes”?
Saylor describing those who
terror-murder in the name of Islam as “thugs” and “criminals” is insulting to
all self-respecting thugs and criminals who don’t use religion to justify their
amendement preserves the terms that perfectly describe the religious ideology of
Corey Saylor -
terrorist sympathizer - can't
handle this truth.
But then again, when could any CAIR lap dog ever handle
the truth ...?
Sunday, August 31, 2008
CAIR's Corey Saylor: Hiding The Bloody Truth
August 06, 2008
Global domination Islamofascism CAIR "moderate" Islam War on terror Hamas
WHAT IF IT WASN'T THE ISLAMIC LOBBY THAT CONTROLS?
What if it was not Islamo Arab [oil] lobby that sucks you to the bone and controls all international bodies?
We wouldn't have been sending so many billions (in gas money) to those that hate us (no matter what we do).
The UN would finally start doing something, stopping the Arab genocide in the Sudan for starters...
The UN would have less bigoted anti-Israel obsessive "condemnations".
US & EU could breath a little...
Europe could even get a hold on securing its borders... and think for themselves in mid-east policies (need worry no more about the threat from the 'Arab market').
Anti American bashing wouldn't be a "fashionable" feature.
War on terror would be easier.
Oppressive totalitarian Islamic Republic of Iran wouldn't get their ultimate weapon to destroy the world.
Daring free voices would come out and Islamic militants' crimes against humanity wouldn't be "justified" as "victim-hood".
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Key 'Super Ferry' bombing that massacred 116 ,Islamist suspect deported from Bahrain
Key bombing suspect deported from Bahrain
By ARIS R. ILAGAN & YUL
One of the alleged masterminds of a ferry bombing that killed 116
people four years ago and the Makati Valentines Day bombing in 2005 was captured
in Bahrain and deported to the Philippines, Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita,
chairman of the Anti-Terrorism Council (ATC), said yesterday.
(Excerpt) Read more at http://www.mb.com.ph/MAIN20080831133923.html
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REMEMBERING THE 'SEPTEMBER BLOOD TRAIL' ANOTHER ISLAMIC PALESTINIAN "CONTRIBUTION" TO (against) HUMANITY
REMEMBERING THE 'SEPTEMBER BLOOD TRAIL' ANOTHER ISLAMIC PALESTINIAN "CONTRIBUTION" TO (against) HUMANITY
In September three jetliners-- one American, one British and one Swiss-- were hijacked by Palestinian Arabs to Jordan. The passengers were held hostage. This action further undermined the sovereignty of King Hussein's government. The King decided to take action and fighting broke out between the Jordanian Army and the Palestine Liberation Organization. The Syrians attempted to intervene on the side of the P.L.O. but Israel warned that they, too, would then intervene. The Jordanian army defeated the P.L.O. whose forces fled to Lebanon.
Black September, The PLO's attempt to take over Jordan in 1970...remembers the events of Black September as the operation in which the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan decisively eliminated a Palestinian 'uprising'...
Jordan Expels the PLO in 1970 By 1970, Palestinians, both Jordanian citizens and refugees, ... attacks to push the PLO out of Jordan, attacks now called "Black September" by the PLO. ...
BBC NEWS World Middle East Black September plea to Israel, Palestinian guerrillas, orignally allowed into Jordan by King Hussein, ... For the full secret history of the UK's involvement in Black September...
Black September in August? - TIME In September 1970, Abu Iyad first launched the Black September terrorist group as a ... that year between Palestinian fedayeen and Jordan's King Hussein, ...
Jordan killed Palestinians between 10,000 to 25,000 that's more Palestinians in one month September 1970, than Israel has killed during the three years of heighten Palestinian suicide bombings that began in the fall of 2000. The brutality of the Jordanian Army toward Palestinian dissidents and terrorists was far more egregious than anything Israel has ever done.
This clash within Islamic countries between Islamist religious forces and modernizers like Kemal Atatuerk in Turkey, Habib Burgiba in Tunisia, Gemal Abdel Nasser, Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarek in Egypt, the deposed Reza Shah Pahlavi in Iran, and even Saddam Hussein in Iraq, and Islamist religious forces is long, deep and powerful. The modernizers in these countries have usually come from military rather than civilian backgrounds, and by transforming one of the few intact institutions of the old regime – namely the military bureaucracy – into an instrument of political power and hegemony, they have consolidated their authority, often with limited popular support and democratic institutions. All over the Islamic Arab world this military modernization paradigm, in which Syria and Iraq had participated through the Ba’ath regimes in the nineteen-seventies, has lost ground. The defeat of the Egyptian armies in the hands of Israel during the Six Day War, the Israeli occupation of the Golan Heights and the west Bank, are reminders to the military elite of these countries, less of the plight of the Palestinians, whom they have massacred and oppressed when it suited their interests (remember Black September in Jordan in 1970, in which Palestinians were killed by the thousands; or the persecution of the Palestinians by the Saudis because of their support for Saddam Hussein during the Gulf War), but of the failure of their own truncated projects of modernization. Israel is a thorn on the side of these regimes, whose very presence is a bleeding reminder of their own failure to modernize in military, technological and economic terms.
The guerrillas' power grew steadily in Jordan, to which 380,000 Palestinians had fled after Israel occupied the West Bank in 1967, joining others who had arrived in 1948 when Israel was founded. By 1970, thousands of guerrillas were there, many of them adherents of Al Fatah.
Spurred on by Palestinian radicals, Mr. Arafat committed what was to be the first of several blunders: He countenanced an attempt to wrest power from King Hussein, whose grandfather, a religious and tribal leader from Saudi Arabia, had been placed in charge of the country when Britain recognized its independence in 1923.
Palestinian guerrillas began interfering with highway traffic, controlling Palestinian refugee camps, clashing with the Jordanian Army and systematically defying the government. In September 1970 -- later known to Palestinians as Black September -- King Hussein sent troops and armor into Amman, his capital, to suppress the P.L.O. After days of shelling refugee camps where some 60,000 Palestinians lived, the army drove the would-be usurpers out of Jordan.
Conservative estimates put Palestinian losses at 2,000. Mr. Arafat, who made his way unharmed to Cairo, later claimed that Jordan's Army had killed 25,000.
Terror in Black September: The First Eyewitness Account of the Infamous 1970 Hijackings
Thirty-seven years ago on September 6, Palestinian revolutionaries hijacked four airliners bound for New York. Two of the planes were flown to the desert outside of Amman, Jordan, and held there just as the Jordanian civil war erupted. Raab, a health-care executive, was a 17-year-old hostage on one of those planes, and he recounts the ordeal, which resulted in his being separated from his family and dragged back and forth across Jordan for weeks in fear for his life. Raab also attempts to narrate the larger story, from the tense, fractious multinational negotiations over the hostages to the conflict between the Jordanian army and the Palestinian guerrillas. It is an ambitious undertaking, one that Raab lacks the craft to achieve.
While the book is painstakingly researched, the writing rarely comes alive, even in the most dramatic situations. The various sources—including Raab's account that he wrote soon after his release—seem to be stuck together rather than shaped. Still, much of the material is intrinsically fascinating and a sad reminder of how much and how little has changed. Four hijacking attempts in one day was a record that would stand alone for 31 years, until another September day in 2001. (Sept.)
Aaron Mannes on 9/11 on National Review Online, To avenge the expulsion from Jordan the PLO founded a secretive front group, Black September. Black September’s first victim was Jordanian Prime Minister ...
http ://article.nationalreview.com/? q=ZmMwM2U5YzJmYjczNjUxYzUzNjBiY2VlZjcxODc5YWQ=
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Monday, August 25, 2008
Oppression in the Arab Muslim world: Kabylia
Head down into this city and there he is again, this time larger than life, in a poster mounted on a café wall while, of course, his voice booms from the stereo behind the counter. In shops, offices, restaurants - everywhere in this region, it seems - is the voice of Lounes Matoub.
"Never surrender, never surrender," he sings, strong and folksy.
"Of course times change, but you should never forget."
Someone tried to silence Matoub on June 25, 1998; his car was sprayed with 79 bullets. Instead, he became in death a powerful symbol of defiance for an ethnic minority that has challenged the government's decision to define Algeria as an Arab nation.
This is Kabylia, one of Algeria's most restive regions - home to a stubborn and proud ethnic minority of Berbers who since the end of the colonial era four decades ago have fought to preserve their cultural identity and independence. While there have been politicians and village elders helping lead the fight, the soul of this struggle is captured in music, especially the music of Matoub...http://www.iht.com/articles/2005/10/10/news/algeria.php
Amazigh-Voice.com [Amazigh News - Amazigh Events - Amazigh Art] "Tell the world that we have risen up against the oppression of the government." (demonstrator in Bejaia, Kabylia, Algeria) ... http://www.amazigh-voice.com/the%20world.htm
Towards the end of the colonial arabic islamic tyranny in North ...Nov 29, 2007 ... The Arabic Islamists terrorists invaded North Africa and succeeded to control ... racism, or post-colonial nationalistic self-determinism. ... http://www.kabylia.info/observer/spip.php?article112
When will the Arabic-Islamic colonialism end? - Kabylia Info Centuries and centuries of oppression, persecution, exploitation, murders, destruction and falsification have deprived this “redoubtable and numerous” ... http://www.kabylia.info/letters/when-will-the-arabic-islamic-colonialism-end.html
...the question which needs an urgent answer is how an oppressed people such as Kabylians can manage to put an end to the devastating insecurity and anarchy when their despotic and tyrannical government uses them to maintain itself in power? http://www.kabylia.info/north-africa/for-a-federal-system-guaranteeing-provincial-autonomy.html
The Strategies of the Algerian regime to subdue Kabylia - Kabylia ...Sep 28, 2007 ... Kabyle politicians and the Kabyles at large, both in Algeria and in the ... where there is nation-state oppression of regional cultures. ... http://www.kabylia.info/observer/spip.php?article108
ARAB RACISM - GENOCIDE, SLAVERY, OPPRESSION THE WORST CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AGAINST MILLIONS IN AFRICA
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Attacking the non-Arab Africans
Racism at root of Sudan's Darfur crisis csmonitor.com
By Makau Mutua ... Sudan, the bridge between black and Arab Africa, should lead in rewriting the historical script ...
Slavery ignored - black slavery in Sudan and Mauritania National ...One front cover, headlined "The Scars of Slavery," featured a black man removing his ... ran a seven-part series on the roots of Arab racism against blacks. ...
Darfur and arab racism TPMCafe “All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab, ... are victims of the first genocide of the 21st century
Archontan: The War on Terror, Islamic Jihad, and RacismProfessor Moses Ochone of Vanderbilt University: "Arab racism is also so deep it is inscribed in the semantics of the Arab language. ... the generic word ...
refWrite: Darfur's Blacks get to the heart of Arab racism The Black militias of the Darfur rebellion in Sudan have finally socked it to the their Arab Muslim overlords who are so racist behind their ideology
DARFUR - ARAB RACISM & ISLAMIST OPPRESSION ... The Islamist government of Sudan and its Janjaweed proxies last month launched fresh offensives
arab racism towards black africans( must read)The case of the Sudan is perhaps the most vivid, poignant, and irrefutable example of Arab racism against black Africans.
As you read this, over 3 million people in Darfur, Sudan are crammed together in concentration camps, dying of disease and hunger, while government sponsored troops slaughter civilians, use rape to destroy group unity, and shoot children for sport. 400,000 men, women, and children are already dead. Entire races have been exterminated by the Sudanese government's campaign of ethnic cleansing.
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Sunday, August 24, 2008
Latest on Arab racism, Arabism in Africa [August, 2008]
Latest on Arab racism, Arabism in Africa [August, 2008]
AFRICA INSIGHT - Locking up Sudan’s Al-Bashi ...
Daily Nation, Kenya - Jul 24, 2008
Sudanese intellectuals, like Deng and Prof Ibrahim, have seen Arab racism as the curse of Sudan
A witness and victim of the conflict in Darfur finds a voice
Economist, UK - Aug 14, 2008
The description of playground rivalries between the “African” girls and the “Arab” girls captures the racism and snobbery that underlie the conflict. ...
Mbeki and the Butcher of Khartoum
Huffington Post, NY - Aug 8, 2008
Mbeki's siding with the Butcher of Khartoum is painful and incomprehensible. ... Brutality, Arab racism, genocide, slavery were chapters of the same book; parts of the same side of the coin of injustice and totalitarianism.
Darfuri Refugee Thanks British Jewry
by Justin Cohen - Thursday 7th August 2008
A Darfuri refugee this week made an emotional plea to Anglo-Jewry to continue supporting those forced to flee the region as he thanked the Jewish News for its efforts to halt deportations to Sudan
Pouring out his heart this week, the 32-year-old recalled how he was forbidden from speaking his own language at school “because the Arab government wanted us to be more Arabic” and how Black Africans had to sit at the back of the class.
Egyptian troops execute another Darfur refugee
Israel Today, Israel - Aug 6, 2008
Egyptian troops have killed at least 20 African refugees trying to reach Israel this year alone. In at least one incident late last year the Egyptians even ...
Thousands of Sudanese refugees from Darfur have been in Egypt for years. Recently, many have begun making the long difficult trek across the Sinai desert to escape the oppression and discrimination they experience at Egyptian hands
A Sudanese killed as he attempts to cross into Israel
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August 20, 2008 (ISMAILIA) — Egyptian police shot dead a 27-year-old Sudanese man while he was trying to sneak across the border into Israel. This is second killing during this month.
Since January 2008, Egyptian authorities arrested a587 illegal African migrants attempting to cross border to Israel. 172 were from Sudan and mostly from Darfur troubled region.
The killing of Ibrahim Tayeb Juma, which took place at night on Monday, brings to 20 the number of African migrants killed at the border so far this year.
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[Following a requaest about the 'MANDAEANS'
According to scholars, the religion is a fourth sibling to Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Like their adherents, the Mandaeans, also known as Sabians, are monotheistic and share many of the same prophets, with John the Baptist a central figure. The similarity has meant that the Mandaeans have survived their varying rulers, even if their history tells of ostracism, harassment and on occasion a violent pogrom.
But the situation for the Mandaeans in Iraq has turned from difficult to catastrophic. Following the U.S. invasion in 2003 and the sectarian tensions, violence directed at minorities has become rampant. In the bloody order of Iraq, a tiny group like the Mandaeans, concentrated around Baghdad where the violence has been most widespread, come out among the worst.
Reports from Iraq tell of a great number of killings, kidnappings, rapes, forced conversions and evictions.
Yale Daily News - Iraqi minority group needs U.S. attention Mar 9, 2007 ... It is clear that Mandaeans in Iraq are being subjected to ethnic cleansing, the attempt to create ethnic homogeneity by removing other ...
FrontPage Magazine Aug 13, 2008 ... Only 4000 Mandaeans remain in Iraq...
iranian.com: The Mandaeans, Iran persecution, Amnesty ...Jul 13, 2005
Friday, August 22, 2008
BBC charity accused of funding terrorist [not surprised at: Bloody Biased Corporation]
Aug 21, 2008
BBC charity accused of funding terrorist By JONNY PAUL,
JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT IN
The BBC has denied charges that money raised by a BBC charity was used to recruit and train the terrorists involved in the 7/7 terror attacks on London that killed 52 people in 2005.
The BBC's own Newsnight current affairs programme reported on Tuesday night's broadcast that the BBC's Children in Need charity had donated around £20,000 to the Leeds Community School, Yorkshire, between 1999 and 2002 which went towards funding the activities of the terrorists behind the July 2005 attacks.
On Thursday the BBC said that there is no evidence that the money was used for terrorist activity.
The school funded and shared premises with the Iqra Islamic book shop where the suicide bombers Muhammad Siddique Khan and Shezhad Tanweer regularly met. Khan and Tanweer attempted to radicalize youths by showing propaganda films at the bookshop, which became a regular meeting place for young Muslims at the time - including Jermaine Lindsay, who went on to become the King's Cross bomber.
The two handed out DVDs and books about Bosnia and Chechnya and held Arabic classes in a back room of the store. They also produced a leaflet in the wake of September 11 blaming the attacks on a "Jewish conspiracy".
The school also received large sums from other public bodies and paid for adventure weekends, used to recruit potential Muslim radicals, such as a rafting trip to Wales a month before the London attacks. Tanweer and Khan went on the trip, along with Khalid Khaliq, who this year was jailed for terrorism offences.
Khaliq's house was raided by police last year. They found books with titles such as Zaad-e-Mujahid [essential provision for holy fighters] and The Absent Obligation, a book about jihad, as well as 250 copies of a booklet entitled The War on Terrorism: the Final Crusade.
Both Khan, the leader of the bombers, and Tanweer, the Aldgate bomber, were trustees of the bookshop. Khan also worked at the school and ran the adventure courses in Wales.
The bookshop and the school were registered charities. The bookshop claimed, according to the UK Charity Commission, that its aim was "the advancement of the Islamic faith," while the school's aim was said to be to "advance the education of Pakistani and Bangladeshi pupils."
Martin Gilbertson, an IT technician who worked at the school and bookshop, said that he had been concerned about the activities of Tanweer and Khan.
"They blamed everything on the 'Jewish conspiracy‚' they hated
Western culture; it was like living with jihad on a daily basis," he said.
On Wednesday, David Ramsden, chief executive of Children in Need, said: "I'm incredibly concerned that we did make an award to Leeds Community School over nine years ago, and any allegation that any funding we've given to any project has been misused and not used to change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people makes me concerned and very sad.
"I can reassure the British public that we are very careful in who we fund and this allegation is a very rare one for us, but one that causes a great deal of concern."
However on Thursday, the BBC said the money had been given in "good faith," and that there was no evidence to show the money was used for terrorist activity.
"The grants made by BBC Children in Need to Leeds Community School, itself a charity registered with the Charity Commission, were given in good faith in 1998 and 1999," said Hellen Martin, media relations manager at the BBC.
"No evidence has been produced that the money they received was used for terrorist activity. Clearly if there is an allegation of fraud, then it is a matter for the police. BBC Children In Need distributes more than £30 million in grants every year, greatly benefiting disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
"BBC Children in Need does everything it possibly can to make sure that the public money is entirely used to benefit these children."
Children in Need says its mission is to "positively change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK."
On the charity's Web site, its mission statement says that support is given in the form of grants to organizations "working with children who may have experienced mental, physical or sensory disabilities; behavioral or psychological disorders; are living in poverty or situations of deprivation; or suffering through distress, abuse or neglect.
"The size and scale of the BBC Children in Need Appeal means that we're able to give grants to hundreds of different organizations, some of which are very small and don't have the resources to fund-raise for themselves."
In 2006, the BBC Children in Need Appeal raised over £33m. Last month, the BBC was fined a record £400,000 by media watchdog Ofcom for misleading its audiences by "faking" phone-in competitions. A Children in Need appeal in 2005 was part of the scandal.
"The BBC deceived its audience by faking winners of competitions and deliberately conducting competitions unfairly," Ofcom said. http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1219218613539&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull
THE infamous BIASED BRITISH CORPORATION
At the time of writing, more details are emerging on today's (Wednesday July 2) terror attack on Jerusalem's busy Jaffa Street thoroughfare...."
Shamala, the BBC ...
[Blood on Biased Corporation's hands, BBC Funding terror] 7/7 bombers were given £20000... by Children in Need Mail Online Aug 22, 2008 ... The BBC charity cash was given to a bookshop run by Mohammed ... were led to believe they were funding educational work for
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