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February 28, 2006

Qaradawi og Stereotyper.

Filed under: Mellemøsten — limewoody @ 11:41 am .

Leading Islamist Sheikh Yousef Al-Qaradhawi: We are Fighting in the Name of
Islam…This Jihad is an Individual Duty of the Entire Muslim Nation…They
Fight Us With the Torah…We Should Fight Them With the Koran: “There is a
Jew Behind Me, Come and Kill Him”

The following are excerpts from a television program with Sheikh Yousef
Al-Qaradhawi, aired on Qatar TV on February 25, 2006. Sheikh Al-Qaradhawi is
head of the European Council for Fatwa and Research, president of the
International Association of Muslim Scholars (IAMS), and the spiritual guide
of many other Islamist organizations across the world, including the Muslim


Moren til mislykket selvmordsbomber skuffet og EU vil have konference om stereotyper.

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VG Nett) Wafa al-Bass ble arrestert av israelske styrker med en ni kilos bombe festet på seg 20. juni i fjor. Nå sier moren at hun er skuffet over arrestasjonen.Av Andreas Fosse


ARRESTERT: 21 år gamle Wafa al-Bass ble arrestert av israelsk sikkerhetspoliti med en ni kilos bombe på seg 20. juni i fjor. Foto: EPA

I et intervju på den palestinske tv-kanalen PA TV, som ble sendt 20. februar, ble moren til Wafa al-Bass intervjuet.

Hun forteller at det var hardt at datteren ikke fikk leve ut hennes største drøm; å bli selvmordsbomber, skriver Israel National News.

– Det var hardt for meg at Wafa ble arrestert. Hennes største ønske siden hun var barn, var å bli selvmordsbomber, sier moren i intervjuet hos PA TV.Arrestert

Wafa al-Bass hadde tillatelse til å krysse Erez-grensen mellom Gaza-stripen og de israelske områdene på grunn av at hun var blitt behandlet for brannskader på et sykehus.

Men da hun 20. juni forsøkte å passere grensen med en ni kilos bombe, ble hun avslørt av kontrollapparatene, og arrestert.

Moren til Wafa al-Bass sa til PA TV at hun ikke oppfordret datteren til å bli selvmordsbomber.

– Siden hun er en jente, ville jeg ikke oppfordre henne. Men jeg ville oppfordret til det, dersom hun hadde vært en gutt, inrømmer Wafas mor.Reagerer

Direktør i Palestinsk medieovervåking (PMW), Itamar Marcus, reagerer sterkt på TV-intervjuet.

– Denne beskjeden gitt til det palestinske folk, sier at selvmordsbombing ikke er galt. Faktisk er det en ære, iallfall om barnet er en gutt, sier Marcus til Israel National News.

PMW overvåker hvordan situasjonen i Midtøsten fremstilles i Palenstinske medier, og står på israelsk side i konflikten.




Mo Affair Outcome: A conference on “stereotypes” in schoolbooks and media in Denmark or Saudi Arabia or Egypt??

Filed under: Uncategorized — limewoody @ 9:06 am

27.02.2006 – 19:50 CET | By Mark Beunderman

EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS – EU foreign ministers on Monday (27 February) changed the wording of a statement on the Danish cartoon row at the insistence of Dutch foreign minister Bernard Bot, who wanted to avoid the suggestion of an EU apology towards the Muslim world.

Meeting in Brussels, the ministers issued a fresh statement on the violence that recently erupted in some muslim countries following the publication by Danish paper Jyllands-Posten of cartoons depicting the prophet Muhamed.

The statement in its first paragraph says that “The [EU] council acknowledges and regrets that these cartoons were considered offensive and distressing by Muslims across the world.”

An earlier version of the paragraph, contested by the Dutch, said that the EU regretted “that these cartoons caused offence.”

The Dutch foreign minister also recently lodged a protest with EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana objecting to allegedly apologetic remarks Mr Solana made towards muslim countries over the affair.

“Regret” – “excuse”?
The Netherlands’ stance was echoed by the Czech delegation, which was unhappy about any use of the word “regret”.

Meanwhile, diplomats said that Spain took the other extreme, pushing for a conciliatory tone in the council conclusions.

Spanish prime minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero initiated the “Alliance of Civilisations” project last summer, co-sponsored by prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey.

Poland was also in favour of a more conciliatory tone, with a Polish diplomat saying Warsaw is “pleased” the word “regret” made it to the final conclusions. The diplomat pointed out that the Polish government itself had used stronger language to chastise Polish media which reproduced the images in recent weeks.

Denmark happy
Per Stig Moller, the Danish foreign minister, said he was “pleased” with the declaration and the “unanimity” that EU member states had demonstrated in supporting Denmark.

Copenhagen is said to have been unhappy with the strong words coming from The Hague over the cartoon issue.

Instead, Mr Moller indicated support for the “Alliance of Civilisations” idea, pledging €200,000 for the scheme under a UN-managed fund.

Denmark will also be hosting a conference on “stereotypes” in, amongst others, schoolbooks and media, the Danish minister added, naming the portrayal of muslims as terrorists as one example.


Power of Sword

When you meet the unbelievers in the battlefield,
strike off their heads, and,
when you have laid them low, bind your captives firmly.
Then grant them their freedom or take ransom from them,
until War shall lay down her armor.
Thus shall you do.
Had God willed, He could Himself have punished them;
but He has ordained it thus that He might test you, the one by the other.
As for those who are slain in the cause of God,
He will not allow their works to perish.
He will vouchsafe them guidance and ennoble their state;
He will admit them to the Paradise He has made known to them.
Believers, if you help God, God will help you and make you strong.
But the unbelievers shall be consigned to perdition

623 – Battle of Waddan
623 – Battle of Safwan
623 – Battle of Dul-Ashir
624 – Muhammad and converts begin raids on caravans to fund the movement.
624 – Zakat becomes mandatory
624 – Battle of Badr
624 – Battle of Bani Salim
624 – Battle of Eid-ul-Fitr and Zakat-ul-Fitr
624 – Battle of Bani Qainuqa
624 – Battle of Sawiq
624 – Battle of Ghatfan
624 – Battle of Bahran
625 – Battle of Uhud. 70 Muslims are killed.
625 – Battle of Humra-ul-Asad
625 – Battle of Banu Nudair
625 – Battle of Dhatur-Riqa
626 – Battle of Badru-Ukhra
626 – Battle of Dumatul-Jandal
626 – Battle of Banu Mustalaq Nikah
627 – Battle of the Trench
627 – Battle of Ahzab
627 – Battle of Bani Quraiza
627 – Battle of Bani Lahyan
627 – Battle of Ghaiba
627 – Battle of Khaibar
628 – Muhammad signs treaty with Quraish.
630 – Muhammad conquers Mecca.
630 – Battle of Hunsin.
630 – Battle of Tabuk
632 – Muhammad dies.
632 – Abu-Bakr, Muhammads father-in-law, along with Umar, begin a military move to enforce Islam in Arabia.

633 – Battle at Oman
633 – Battle at Hadramaut.
633 – Battle of Kazima
633 – Battle of Walaja
633 – Battle of Ulleis
633 – Battle of Anbar
634 – Battle of Basra,
634 – Battle of Damascus
634 – Battle of Ajnadin.
634 – Death of Hadrat Abu Bakr. Hadrat Umar Farooq becomes the Caliph.
634 – Battle of Namaraq
634 – Battle of Saqatia.
635 – Battle of Bridge.
635 – Battle of Buwaib.
635 – Conquest of Damascus.
635 – Battle of Fahl.
636 – Battle of Yermuk.
636 – Battle of Qadsiyia.
636 – Conquest of Madain.
637 – Battle of Jalula.
638 – Battle of Yarmouk.
638 – The Muslims defeat the Romans and enter Jerusalem.
638 – Conquest of Jazirah.
639 – Conquest of Khuizistan and movement into Egypt.
641 – Battle of Nihawand
642 – Battle of Ray in Persia
643 – Conquest of Azarbaijan
644 – Conquest of Fars
644 – Conquest of Kharan.
644 – Umar is murdered. Othman becomes the Caliph.
647 – Conquest of the island of Cypress
644 – Uman dies and is succeeded by Caliph Uthman.
648 – Campaign against the Byzantines.
651 – Naval battle against the Byzantines.
654 – Islam spreads into North Africa
656 – Uthman is murdered. Ali become Caliph.
658 – Battle of Nahrawan.
659 – Conquest of Egypt
661 – Ali is murdered.
662 – Egypt falls to Islam rule.
666 – Sicily is attacked by Muslims
677 – Siege of Constantinople
687 – Battle of Kufa
691 – Battle of Deir ul Jaliq
700 – Sufism takes root as a sect of Islam
700 – Military campaigns in North Africa
702 – Battle of Deir ul Jamira
711 – Muslims invade Gibraltar
711 – Conquest of Spain
713 – Conquest of Multan
716 – Invasion of Constantinople
732 – Battle of Tours in France.
740 – Battle of the Nobles.
741 – Battle of Bagdoura in North Africa
744 – Battle of Ain al Jurr.
746 – Battle of Rupar Thutha
748 – Battle of Rayy.
749 – Battle of lsfahan
749 – Battle of Nihawand
750 – Battle of Zab
772 – Battle of Janbi in North Africa
777 – Battle of Saragossa in Spain

And they call it, ” ‘Islam’, Religion of Peace “.


Fra Memri:

Al-Qaradhawi: “Islam will Return to Europe as a Conqueror” 
In a fatwa posted on the website,[1] in response to a reader’s question, Sheikh Al-Qaradhawi wrote of the “signs of the victory of Islam,” citing a well-known Hadith: “… The Prophet Muhammad was asked: ‘What city will be conquered first, Constantinople or Romiyya?’ He answered: ‘The city of Hirqil [i.e. the Byzantine emperor Heraclius] will be conquered first’ – that is, Constantinople… Romiyya is the city called today ‘Rome,’ the capital of Italy. The city of Hirqil [that is, Constantinople] was conquered by the young 23-year-old Ottoman Muhammad bin Morad, known in history as Muhammad the Conqueror, in 1453. The other city, Romiyya, remains, and we hope and believe [that it too will be conquered].”

“This means that Islam will return to Europe as a conqueror and victor, after being expelled from it twice – once from the South, from Andalusia, and a second time from the East, when it knocked several times on the door of Athens.”

February 27, 2006

Meanwhile in Eurabia: Anna Lind Foundation Press Release: “We will reject any attempt to associate terrorism with any culture or religion”.

Filed under: Eurabia — limewoody @ 4:27 pm

Vi har jo de sidste måneder set hvordan man fører civiliseret “dialog” med gensidig respekt for fuld udblæsning:

Secretary General of the Arab League Amr Moussa, who attended the meeting, criticised the European press.

“Why do they talk about democracy and freedom of expression just when the issue concerns Islam?” he asked. “If it concerns other religions the facts will change.”

On Tuesday the offices of the newspaper that published the caricatures, Jyllands-Posten, were evacuated because of a bomb threat but later give the all-clear.

 Egyptian crooner Shaaban Abdel Rahim released a hit song with the lyrics “I hate Israel and I love Amr Moussa”.

People will not calm down unless and until the Palestinian question is fairly resolved.


Amr Moussa




 Fra History News Network Amr Moussa:

There is a religion and a symbol and we have got to respect it. Bear that in mind and don’t take the Muslims lightly as has been done. Every action will have a reaction. We have to condemn the violence and the bad intention behind the action that led to these sorrowful incidents.

To fully grasp the up side down world in which Moussa operates, one should realize that the terms “violence” and “bad intentions” refer to the cartoons and “sorrowful incidents” refer to the death of dozens of people in Pakistan, Libya and Nigeria not to mention the widespread destruction of property around the Muslim world.


Mr van der Linden, who is paying an official visit to Greece at the invitation of the Speaker of Parliament Anna Benaki, said: “Democratic pluralism and tolerance require that the religion and beliefs of individuals are fully respected. Rights come with responsibilities. In a globalised world where information travels so fast, the media should be aware of its impact on millions and millions of people. Everywhere, they should use their power to cultivate peace and understanding, as well as respect for what other cultures and religions hold most sacred,” the President said.

“We must not abuse our liberties with such insensitivity that tolerance of free speech becomes intolerance of diversity. These events have made it painfully clear that there is a lack of common understanding of the basic values enshrined in the Council of Europe, a lack of understanding of cultures and religions other than one’s own. There are prejudices and misunderstandings, but these can never ever justify violence. I express my full solidarity with the Danish people and other fellow-Europeans who are being subjected to totally unacceptable attacks”, he stated.


Press Release of 12 February 2006

Current “Cartoon Crisis” Calls for New Dialogue Between Cultures

Alexandria , 12 February 2006. Traditional forms of inter-cultural dialogue have failed. Focusing on what cultures and religions have in common, such dialogue was not capable to deal with the present crisis in North-South relations marked by mass protests of Muslim communities against the publication of satirical cartoons depicting Prophet Mohammed in a number of newspapers and magazines. We urgently need new forms of dialogue, which clearly address differences and diversity between cultures and religions and promote more mutual knowledge and respect.

Alexandria , 12 February 2006. Traditional forms of inter-cultural dialogue have failed. Focusing on what cultures and religions have in common, such dialogue was not capable to deal with the present crisis in North-South relations marked by mass protests of Muslim communities against the publication of satirical cartoons depicting Prophet Mohammed in a number of newspapers and magazines. We urgently need new forms of, which clearly address differences and diversity between cultures and religions and promote .This call for a new dialogue is the core message of an information campaign by the Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for the Dialogue between Cultures, based in Alexandria, Egypt, with major Egyptian, regional Arab and European TV stations. The Executive Director of the Foundation, Dr. Traugott Schoefthaler, presents relevant proposals to key decision makers, including to Senior Officials of the Foreign Ministries of all 35 countries of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership on 22 February in Brussels. The Anna Lindh Foundation will launch a number of new projects such as “Dialogue 21”, establishing direct contacts over the Internet between thousands of young people between 18 and 25 years, and a joint teacher training programme with the Council of Europe and the Arab League Educational, Scientific and cultural Organization (ALECSO).

 Dr. Traugott Schoefthaler: “The present crisis opens our eyes for a problem nobody would have expected in our globalized world at the beginning of the 21 st century: There is a serious lack of mutual knowledge between neighbours. Most Europeans do not know anything about sensitive issues in Islam. Muslim and Christian communities do not speak a common language, when they express their specific values. We have to seize this critical moment for establishing a true dialogue especially on cultural and religious differences. It is totally unacceptable that a number of people start ideological fights in selecting human rights principles such as ‘freedom of the press’ against ‘human dignity and mutual respect’. All human rights are an indivisible whole, according to an agreement adopted by consensus by all Member States of the United Nations in 1993.”

 The Foundation is the first common institution of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership established in the South and jointly financed by all 35 partner countries (25 Member States of the European Union and their ten Mediterranean Partners). It started operations in August 2005. On 28 November 2005, the Euro-Mediterranean Summit of Heads of State and Government designated the Foundation as the Euro-Mediterranean instrument for intercultural dialogue and for the “Alliance of Civilizations”. The programmatic orientations adopted by the Summit include a “Code of Conduct on Countering Terrorism” which states: “We will reject any attempt to associate terrorism with any nation, culture or religion.” Core mandate of the Foundation is “learning about cultural diversity” and promoting mutual respect.

Læs lige det sidste igen: “We will reject any attemt to associate terrorism with any culture or religion”.

Lyder det som et fripas til hvad som helst fra unævnelige nationer og kulturers side?????

Selvbedraget kender åbentbart ingen grænser…….



Se osse Barcelona-erklæringen – sørme om ikke både Niels Helveg Petersen og Amr Moussa og Yassir Arafat er på navnelisten: Hvad gør man ikke for immigration og mission den ene vej og varer med videre den anden fred og fordragelighed.

Find Mo…

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Latest issue of Der Ewige Infidel out…..

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Hey, Brother what´s on your mind#2

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Hej Brother what´s on your mind.

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Unacceptable Nazis

Filed under: Diverse — limewoody @ 7:42 am

David Irving is sentenced to three years in jail for denying the Holocaust. The late ruler of Croatia, Franjo Tudjman, also denied the Holocaust, but this did not prevent us helping him to get his own country and ethnically cleansing 560,000 Serbs, 240,000 of whom are still “missing”. Nor did it prevent him being invited to the United Kingdom’s celebration of the defeat of Nazism in Europe. Just as there are some Holocausts which may not be denied and some which may, there are clearly acceptable and unacceptable Nazis.NEIL CRAIG
Woodlands Drive


Filed under: Mellemøsten — limewoody @ 7:37 am

Judith Apter Klinghoffer

The administration argues that the more we know about the UAE, the less concerned we will be. I doubt it. (I think David letterman is right. “Letting DPW run our ports is like hiring Michael Jackson for a nanny.) Here is another unsavory piece of information to which a reader drew my attention. Their national pastime involves five-year-olds:

Sheizad, a five-year-old from Bangladesh, wakes each day at 4 a.m. in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). He does not remember much about his village, or how he came to the UAE. He may have been lured by recruiters, sold to a middleman by his parents, or kidnapped. Sheizad is now a slave, forced, because of his size, to race camels to benefit his master. By 5 a.m., he is on the track, practicing, training, and racing the camels. He goes to sleep 18 hours later at 11 p.m. Sheizad stays with other young racers in tiny rooms. There are races twice a week for which Sheizad’s master wins large monetary prizes. Sheizad has never been paid for his work, yet if his camel races poorly, he is beaten. In a few years, when he is too big to race camels, he will be discarded by his owner. With no money and far from his family, Sheizad’s enslavement will end in destitution.Camel racing is a national pastime in the UAE. But slight young boys are needed to jockey the camels at popular race tracks. Approximately 19,000 young boys have been trafficked into the UAE as slaves, arriving from Southeast Asia when they are between two and five years old. Camel owners are abusive, regularly beating the boys, feeding them awful food, and preventing them from returning home.

Read the entire report because the slavery issue is merely the tip of the iceberg of South Asian exploitation in the Shiekdoms:


The United Arab Emirates is a Gulf Coast nation with 2.5 million inhabitants, only 20% of whom are citizens. The majority of inhabitants are from South Asia.

Do I hear apartheid?

In fairness, an update informs us that UAE plans to replace the five-year-old slaves with robots.

Let me be clear, we had to cooperate with Stalin to win WWII but we never provided him with information about the security arrangements of our ports.

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