Bin Laden's Environmental Jihad: Burn the Forests of the Infidels!


 * That’s why Arabs are not the sons of the desert: Arabs are the fathers of the desert… 

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

WorldNetDaily Exclusive

Bin Laden’s plan 
for ‘global fireball’

Intel agents uncover plot 
for worldwide disaster

Posted: October 20, 2008
9:50 pm Eastern 



Forest fire


LONDON — Documents recovered from a remote area along the Pakistan border have revealed that Osama bin Laden wants al-Qaida to launch a “global fireball” by lighting forest fires in Europe, the United States, Australia and South America, according to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

The documents, uncovered during an operation led by the British intelligence service MI6, have been described by experts in that agency as “the most worrying [plot] that the world is facing.”

The catastrophic wildfires would not only produce an environmental disaster but would stretch emergency services often beyond their limit and leave insurance companies facing multi-billion-dollar claims for damages that could effectively destroy the already shattered economies of a number of countries.


Australia, gripped by years of drought that has left tinderbox conditions as summer now approaches, regards the threat as “terrifying.”

The country’s attorney general, Robert McClelland, warned there is “a most urgent need for renewed vigilance against a very real and present danger.”

The FBI has issued a high priority warning that “such a terrorist plan could devastate states like California.”

Spain, France and Germany — all with vast forests — are “vulnerable,” MI6 warned the intelligence services of those countries. “The Amazon Basin, and other forests which supply the world with wood, is another prime target,” the warning added.

The instructions for a “global fireball” were among documents recovered in the Pakistan border raid on an al-Qaida safe house.

The author was Abu Musab al-Suri, who wrote the terrorist textbook, “The Global Islamic Resistance Call.”

The 50-year-old Syrian-born terrorist was seized by U.S. Special Forces in Quetta, Pakistan, in 2005.

There are reports that he was flown to Egypt for interrogation by CIA officers and remains in one of Egypt’s secret prisons.

But other reports suggest that, in a deal with Syria, al-Suri has been released and is now in Baghdad planning attacks against Israel.



5 thoughts on “Bin Laden's Environmental Jihad: Burn the Forests of the Infidels!”

  1. Found a muslim burning our forests? then throw it into the fire it has created. These parasites really beggar all belief.

  2. kaw Says: October 21st, 2008 at 10:09 pm
    Found a muslim burning our forests? then throw it into the fire it has created. These parasites really beggar all belief.

    You said “it”. They are understandably forcing many people to see them as same.

  3. Amen Kaw! This shows what crazy mofos these bastards are-they’d rather destroy the whole world than let the infidels live in peace.

  4. The Amazon is the lungs of the earth. If that goes,we all suffer.

    We can no longer afford to be politically correct. All muslims out NOW!


    After the Battle of Uhud the Banu Nadhir were the next to go. Claiming that this tribe was plotting his death, Muhammad sent his men against them, this time under Ali’s command. Mindful of the fate of their kinsmen, they immediately prepared to leave but promises of support from Ibn Ubayy and others encouraged them to withstand the siege. Once again no assistance was rendered. After fifteen days Muhammad commanded his companions to cut down the palm trees in their date groves. The Jews cried out to him:

    “Muhammad, you have prohibited wanton destruction and blamed those guilty of it. Why then are you cutting down and burning our palm-trees?” (Ibn Ishaq, Sirat Rasulullah, p. 437).

    This charge was well-founded as Moses had, under the direct guidance of the will of God, forbidden such destruction of trees which bore food, even if they belonged to a city which waged war against God’s people:

    “When you besiege a city for a long time, making war against it in order to take it, you shall not destroy its trees by wielding an axe against them; for you may eat of them, but you shall not cut them down. Are the trees in the field men that they should be besieged by you?’ Deuteronomy 20.19

    Muhammad was once again compelled to resort to a timely revelation to counter the Jews:

    Whether ye cut down (O ye Muslims!) the tender palm-trees, or ye left them standing on their roots, it was by leave of God, and in order that He might cover with shame the rebellious transgressors. Surah 59.5

    Once again, as in the aftermath of the Nakhlah raid, a divine revelation was required to justify a clear breach of Arab custom, let alone a wilful disregard for the Law of God as revealed through the prophet Moses. In his commentary Yusuf Ali has this to say about the verse just quoted:

    The unnecessary cutting down of fruit trees or destruction of crops, or any wanton destruction whatever in war, is forbidden by the law and practice of Islam. But some destruction may be necessary for putting pressure on the enemy, and to that extent it is allowed. But as far as possible, consistently with that objective of military operations, such trees should not be cut down.

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