…and it has nothing to do with islam: Links 4 on Feb. 19 – 2015

1. Interview with 17 year old suicide bomber arrested before he detonated in Baghdad.

2. And here is a rather textbook example of how the taxonomically paradoxical invention of ‘pacifism’ makes victims out of the weak

Both these people sit in comfortable and safe environments created for them by rough men with powerful weapons, many of whom died to create that safety, and talk about how their moral superiority is what counts and not the millions of potential and current victims of the IS are being enslaved, raped, turned into janisaries and other horrors beyond my imagination. Frankly I despise these two for their dishonest sanctimony perhaps even more than the honest muslims who are following chapter and verse of their religion.

3. Brusthom Ziamani: London Muslim convert convicted of plot to behead British soldier in Lee Rigby copycat killing

In a series of Facebook messages and letters he revealed how he hated non-believers and dreamed of martyrdom. He wrote of going to paradise and said he had a “duty” to help people being raped, tortured and killed in Iraq and Syria.

In one letter found by police at his flat he wrote: “You want war, you got it. British soldiers’ head will be removed and burned. U cannot defeat Muslims. We love to die the way you live.”

4. More information about Bin Laden and the materials at his Pakistani supplied Abbottabad hideout revealed.

5. UK Soldier Leaves Base To Fight Islamic State

(Video at link)

The 19-year-old serviceman said he was joining the Peshmerga in their battle against the extremists because he wanted to help them.

The man, who is not being named, told his parents of the news in a text message a couple of days ago and has informed friends he intends to spend a year in the region.

He travelled via Dubai – telling his family he was taking a holiday there – and is not officially AWOL as he is currently on leave.

Thank you M., CB Sashenka, others who shall remain nameless who sent in material and helped with translations, UK Pete and so many more.

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19 Replies to “…and it has nothing to do with islam: Links 4 on Feb. 19 – 2015”

  1. 2/ Those two don’t rate even as much time as O’Reilly gives them, and the reverend especially is insufferably smug. They’re the Buddhist in a joke Christopher Hitchens used to tell:

    What did the Buddhist say to the hot dog vendor? ‘Make me one with everything.’

    The Buddhist gives the vendor ten dollars and doesn’t get anything back. ‘Where’s my change?’ he asks. The vendor says, ‘Change comes from within.’

    IS will be pleased to test their convictions by taking everything they have, up to and including their woolly heads, and ‘Middle East Analyst’ Kate Gould strikes me as being just possibly stubborn enough to let a Muslim savage saw it off rather than admit her philosophy is flawed.

    • The Reverend is a Christian and appeared to argue the case for “Blessed are the Peacemakers” Now this can only come to fruition if the perpetrator’s minds can be focused to listen that:
      1. You brought a bigger gun
      2. You will pay the Jizya
      3. You know where the Catholic girls ‘at?

      The empathic reasoning of a Hindu, of a Gandhi experiencing unity with Life within does not apply here. They don’t feel anything of your love or of your compassion. If they see kufar blood and torture, there is no anguish within the Mosques around the world. No attachment to these lowest forms of creatures that do not acknowledge Allah. Kufar are Halal animals for slaughter as the Good Book says. Keep peace with them only until you can overwhelm them.

      The videos, that make our Gitmo’ of Socialist depravity a holiday camp, are an open abattoir of humanity used as instructional manuals to excite and show how easy it is with a subjugated unbeliever. Their submission to Muslims mirroring their submission to “What would Allah do?” Because they have their sacred record of what Mohammad did to those who stood out of line.

      Appeals to humanity are taught as Shatan’s weakness, a piggyback to Communism they can point that The West is suicidally reclining into. Two terrorized states of humanity: those degraded and making themselves soulless or those believing their stolen souls are kept safe for them. Now the killing of souls of those who still have souls becomes a light they can’t abide. Both get convicted of their mediocrity and the discovery of wine and honey are available without dependency of their masters. “You didn’t make that.”

      Therefore, is only to the point of a gun enforcing The Law will Muslims will behave. Their call to prayer is to an army barracks. Saddam and Gaddafi knew that. You need military societies.

      Unfortunately, absolute power corrupts absolutely, and this time to give Muslims the noses on their faces back, passes and remains left secured in the Vaults in Heaven.

      Islam’s child.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dEfKsq97BlM

      • Buddhism is wretchedly ill-equipped to cope with Islam, the Dalai Lama keeps making that painfully clear. Tibetan nomads could be savage enough, but I think Buddhism was something they did mostly on periodic pilgrimages to monasteries. I’m not sure how the Thais kept the Malays in check, to the point of controlling the northern sultanates at times, but it probably had to do with fusing Buddhism with Hinduism into a convincing state religion while the Malays remained essentially backward and without any material culture to speak of.

        The Burmese Buddhists are fighting off the Rohingya by ignoring their own Buddhist teachings. There is the example of the Samurai adopting Zen to their purposes, and the Shaolin monks Chan before them. The Koreans must have done something similar, they have had to defend themselves constantly (I see something called Sunmudo, based on Seon, which would be Zen or Chan). But it’s very much against the spirit of the whole enterprise.

        You have to be grateful they even have children, then you’re faced with the horrors of what they do to them.

  2. #3 I just heard a former MI5 bloke Richard Barrett on the radio say “This is just teenage angst. A couple of generations ago, they would have put a brick through a window, now they run off and join Islamic State”.

    He then said the most interesting thing he’d heard about how to deal with this is “that nobody knows how to deal with it”.

    Great stuff!

    OK.

    • That’s MI5’s understanding.

      The hedonistic nihilism of the 1970’s turning kid to the pseudo love of Socialism and their single-parented grandchildren to Fascism or Communism, the The White Army or Red Army of childhood bitterness to Mom or Dad.

      Not an observer of humanity he is supposed to protect ,then. Just told to kiss the baby or kill the baby, operative.

  3. US and UK accused of hacking Sim card firm to steal codes (BBC, Feb 20, 2015)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-31545050

    “US and British intelligence agencies hacked into a major manufacturer of Sim cards in order to steal codes that facilitate eavesdropping on mobiles, a US news website says. The Intercept says the revelations came from US intelligence contractor turned whistleblower Edward Snowden. The Dutch company allegedly targeted – Gemalto – says it is taking the allegations “very seriously”. It operates in 85 countries and has more than 40 manufacturing facilities.

    The Intercept says that “the great Sim heist” gave US and British surveillance agencies “the potential to secretly monitor a large portion of the world’s cellular communications, including both voice and data”. It says that among the clients of the Netherlands-based company are AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and “some 450 wireless network providers around the world”.

    The Intercept claims that the hack organised by Britain’s GCHQ and the US National Security Agency (NSA) took place in 2010, and was organised by operatives in the “Mobile Handset Exploitation Team”. Neither agency has commented on the allegations.

    The stolen encryption allowed the agencies to decode data that passes between mobile phones and cell towers. They were able to decrypt calls, texts or emails intercepted out of the air. A Gemalto spokeswoman said that while the company was not targeted “per se”, there was “an attempt to try and cast the widest net possible to reach as many mobile phones as possible”. “We take this publication very seriously and will devote all resources necessary to fully investigate and understand the scope of such highly sophisticated techniques to try to obtain Sim card data,” she added.

    Reacting to The Intercept’s revelations, Eric King, deputy director of campaign group Privacy International, said the NSA and GCHQ had “lost sight of what the rule of law means and how to weigh what is necessary and proportionate”. He added: Trust in the security of our communications systems are essential for our society and for businesses to operate with confidence, and the impact of these latest revelations will have ripples all over the world”.

    Privacy International is currently engaged in legal action against GCHQ over its alleged hacking practices. Gemalto makes Sim cards for mobile phones and furnishes service providers with encryption codes to keep the data on each phone private. The Intercept claims that by first cyber-stalking employees at Gemalto and then penetrating their emails, the spy agencies were able to steal thousands of encryption keys at source.

    This would allow them to eavesdrop easily on phone calls and texts without seeking permission from telecoms companies or foreign governments, and without leaving a trace. The Intercept cites as its source documents leaked by Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor who is currently living in Russia….”

  4. Somali capital Mogadishu hit by double explosions at hotel (BBC, Feb 20, 2015)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-31551447

    “At least 20 people, including some MPs, have been killed in an attack on a hotel in the centre of the Somali capital Mogadishu, witnesses say.

    Two huge explosions followed by gunfire were heard at the Central Hotel, often frequented by politicians.

    The BBC’s Mohamed Moalimu in the city says the area has been cordoned off.

    Al-Shabab Islamist militants have said they were behind the attack – they are battling the UN-backed government for control of Somalia.

    The al-Qaeda linked group has been driven out of the country’s major towns but still controls many rural areas in the south.

    “First the car bomb exploded at the gate of the hotel, then a suicide bomber blew himself up in the hotel compound,” police Major Nur Mohamed told Reuters.

    “There were ministers and legislators inside the hotel. I have seen many people with injuries, including a lawmaker,” he said from the scene of the blast.

    The attack took place around lunchtime on Friday, when hotels are often busy for the Somali weekend.

    Al-Shabab’s military operations spokesman Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab told Reuters the group was behind the attack….”

  5. Libya violence: Bombs kill dozens in al-Qubbah (BBC, Feb 20, 2015)
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-31549280

    “At least 25 people have been killed and 30 injured in a multiple bomb attack in the east Libyan town of al-Qubbah, local sources say. Three bombs exploded, targeting a petrol station, a police station and the home of parliamentary speaker Agila Salah, a security source told BBC News. Mr Salah said the attack appeared to be retaliation for recent Egyptian air strikes on Islamic State militants….”

    • Bombs kill 40 in Libya in apparent revenge for Egyptian air strikes

      Three car bombs ripped through the eastern Libyan city of Qubbah on Friday, killing 40 people and wounding 70 in what officials described as a revenge attack for Egyptian air strikes on Islamist militant targets.

      There was no immediate claim of responsibility. But parliamentary speaker Aguila Saleh said the bombs appeared to have been in retaliation for Egyptian air raids on nearby Derna, an Islamist hotspot.

      On Monday, Egyptian air force jets bombed suspected Islamic State targets in Derna in far eastern Libya, a day after the ultra-radical group released a video showing 21 captive Egyptian Coptic Christian workers being decapitated on a beach.

      Four years after rebels overthrew Muammar Gaddafi, the oil-producing North African state is in chaos, with two governments and parliaments allied to armed factions fighting for control, while Islamist groups exploit a power vacuum.

      Three bombs exploded shortly before Friday prayers at a petrol station, the local security headquarters and the town council in Qubbah, which is Saleh’s hometown, security officials said. His house is close to the town council.

      There have been suicide and car bomb attacks mainly in the east of Libya but the targets have tended to be police and army bases rather than civilians, with security officials blaming Islamist groups such as Ansar al-Sharia.

      “We are announcing seven days of mourning for the victims of Qubbah,” Saleh told Al Arabiya television. “I think this operation was revenge for what happened in Derna,” he said without elaborating.

      He said he was outside Derna at the time of the attacks.

      A security official said the car bombs were probably suicide attacks but no more details were immediately available.

      The internationally recognized prime minister, Abdullah al-Thinni, is based in Bayda, some 40 km from Qubbah. Saleh works out of Tobruk, another eastern town now home to the House of Representatives, the elected parliament.

      The capital Tripoli in the far west is under the control of a rival government and parliament, set up after a faction called Libya Dawn seized the city in summer, forcing Thinni to flee to the east.

      Libya’s neighbors and Western powers are alarmed by a spread of militant Islamists in the country. Last month, militants claiming loyalty to Islamic State stormed the Corinthia luxury hotel in Tripoli, killing five foreigners and at least four Libyans.

      Supporters of the group, which has seized large areas of Iraq and Syria, have also taken over government and university buildings in Sirte, a central city, according to residents.

      http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/02/20/us-libya-security-idUSKBN0LO0SS20150220

      Officials: Death toll of massive suicide car bombings in eastern Libya rises to at least 45

      TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Officials: Death toll of massive suicide car bombings in eastern Libya rises to at least 45.

      http://bigstory.ap.org/article/6a1521109720422a8787bd06a0cc75da/officials-death-toll-massive-suicide-car-bombings-eastern

  6. CREEPING SHARIA : Obama’s Summit Not Focused on Islam Opens with Muslim Prayer – No Other Faiths Represented

    A Muslim prayer was recited at the start of the second day of the White House summit on “Countering Violent Extremism,” but no other religious text was presented during the portion of the event that was open to the press.

    Imam Sheikh Sa’ad Musse Roble, president of the World Peace Organization in Minneapolis, Minn., recited a “verse from the Quran” following remarks by Obama administration officials and Democratic members of Congress.

    Imam Abdisalam Adam of the Islamic Civil Society of America offered a translation of the verses:

    “In translation those verses of the Quran mean ‘Whoever kills a soul unless for a soul or for corruption in the land, it’s as if he has slain mankind entirely, and whoever saves one life, it’s as if he has saved mankind entirely,’” Adam said.

    “Mosques serve as (sic) beacon of hope,” Adam said. “While imams’ provide moral compass for the Muslim community in navigating life.”

    Waging jihad = moral compass?

    The press has had limited access to the event, which wraps up Thursday.

    The Constitution reads: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion…”

    However, since Obama has a pen and phone and has no need for the Constitution he has essentially made Islam the state religion.

    He defends it. He funds it worldwide. He fights U.S. towns and cities to have mosques built. He imports Muslims to the U.S. and he frees hardcore Muslim terrorists and sends them to far flung parts of the world where they can establish new Muslim communities. He even stated America is no longer a Christian nation and “we’d be one of the largest Muslim countries in the world.”

    Obama must be removed from office before it’s too late.

    https://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2015/02/20/obamas-summit-not-focused-on-islam-opens-with-muslim-prayer-no-other-faiths-represented/

    Muslim Prayer At White House Countering Violent Extremism Summit

  7. If brains were nitro those two wouldn’t have enough to blow their noses.

    The problem with peaceful solutions to international problems is that it requires both sides to want peace. There is an old quotee that I don’t remember who said, “With reasonable men I will reason, with humane men I will plead but with tyrants I will yield not one inch.” The useful idiots of the world have forgotten the full quote and the true history of the world.

  8. Copenhagen gunman’s burial attracts hundreds

    At least 500 people turned out Friday as the gunman who killed two people in twin attacks in Copenhagen nearly a week ago was laid to rest.

    22-year-old Omar El-Hussein — identified by police as the shooter behind two fatal shootings last weekend — was buried at a Muslim cemetery in the Copenhagen suburb of Brøndby despite objections from the Islamic group that owns it.

    The group said it had considered denying a request by El-Hussein’s parents of to have him buried in the group’s Muslim cemetery, but that its rules did not allow for it.

    “My concern is over extremist attitudes and actions on both sides,” Ahmet Deniz, head of the Islamic Burial Fund’s support group told Jyllands-Posten. “Both from his friends and from young Danish people who perhaps could also riot later.”

    The ceremony took place at the Islamic Society of Denmark in Copenhagen following Friday prayers and was followed by the burial outside the city. Police estimated that at least 500 people attended the burial service.

    Friday’s funeral was open to the public but according to a report from wire service Ritzau was mostly attended by young men, who were described as “wearing large black coats with many of them having covered their faces”.

    Copenhagen Police sent out a press release prior to the service urging anyone attending to “show appropriate respect” while Kasem Said Ahmad, who conducted the burial ceremony, told Jyllands-Posten that he would require everyone to “remain silent”.

    Ahmad rejected media suggestions that a large turnout at the funeral would be a sign of support for the alleged killer.

    “It is support for the family, not for him,” he said. “I do not think that anyone is coming to pay homage to him.”

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