Abu Bakar Bashir: "the terror will never end…"

Of course not. The believers have a mandate to strike terror in the hearts of the infidels and to wage war until Islam is the only religion in the world. If Bashir doesn’t know what he’s talking about, who does?

But didn’t they just tell us that the  Hotel Bombing Has “Nothing to do With Islam..”and that “Muslims wouldn’t do a thing like that…”?? ah, I forgot: at least Yudhoyono told the truth: “I know they will never stop!” and just a while ago we were advised by Fareed Zakaria, the darling Islamo-agit-prop at CNN, that Islamic terror won’t hurt a bit, if we just bend over and “learn to live with it…”

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Now, (and again) Bucktooth Bashir blames the victims: 

“If They Held Thoughts against Islam, They Deserved to Die”…

Yesterday, Bashir attacked the Australian, US and Indonesian governments. “The main cause of this disaster (the bombings) is the Indonesian government, which undermines the supremacy of Islamic law.

“This (terror) will not end until the government follows the right path.”

ABU Bakar Bashir has endorsed the deadly work of Southeast Asia’s most wanted terrorist, Noordin Top, saying Allah would protect him in his fight for Islam.

Paul Toohey, Solo / The Australian

The fanatical Muslim cleric, who is the spiritual adviser to the al-Mukmin Islamic school for children on the outskirts of Solo, in central Java, said if the victims of the J.W. Marriott and Ritz-Carlton suicide bombings had ever held any thoughts against Islam, they deserved to die.

Bashir refused to condemn the suicide bombings, saying the use of terror was justified in the war against infidels, or non-Muslims.

Damn! And I thought he “moderated” his views! 

Just a few days ago Muslim cleric Abubakar Ba’asyir “who was once described as a hardliner,” said the perpetrators of the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotel bombings in Jakarta were “enemies of Islam”….

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Bashir was convicted and jailed for inciting terrorism in relation to the 2002 Bali bombings and has not since moderated his views.

He is seen as the spiritual head of Jemaah Islamiah, and while he is deeply unpopular in Indonesia, he carries dangerous influence that marks him as more than a mere ranting eccentric. The 1000 boys and 1000 girls who board at the al-Mukmin school he co-founded are taught predominantly in Arabic, and are indoctrinated to his views from kindergarten through to their leaving certificate.

Newsflash:

A 26-year old American man who converted to Islam at a Long Island mosque has been charged with joining Al Qaeda and taking part in a rocket attack on a US base in Afghanistan.

Bashir regularly travels across Java to other pesantrens, or Islamic schools, to speak, although on Tuesday, in the east Java town of Malang, Indonesian police reportedly banned him from giving a public lecture.

Yesterday, Bashir attacked the Australian, US and Indonesian governments. “The main cause of this disaster (the bombings) is the Indonesian government, which undermines the supremacy of Islamic law.

“This (terror) will not end until the government follows the right path.”

Asked by The Australian whether he felt any sadness for the seven victims of the suicide bombings, Bashir said: “What makes me sad about the bombings was that it involved innocent people being killed.

“People such as women and children who are not involved in the fight against Muslims should not be killed.

“But the problem is we don’t know for sure that the victims weren’t involved in the fight against Islam. Even the thought of fighting against Islam is involvement. Everyone that thinks like that is allowed to be killed.”

Fifteen of his former students are said to have been directly involved in acts of terror across the region.

Asked if he was embarrassed by this, Bashir said: “There are no Muslim terrorists. The terrorists are the CIA, the Americans and the Australians. They’re the ones who terrorise Muslims.

“The Australians are making a fuss about their victims, but when it comes to Muslim victims they don’t say anything about it.”

One of those former students is Nur Said, who many thought was one of the hotel suicide bombers. While DNA tests from the bombers’ bodies at both sites have ruled him out, there remains a view that he may have been Noordin Top’s second-in-command in the operation.

In the little hillside village of Katekan, northwest of Jogjakarta, famed for its tobacco, a media crew said it had been staking out Nur Said’s parents’ home for days but they had gone into hiding.

Bashir said he had never met Nur Said.

Speaking within the grounds of the al-Mukmin school, where students studied a noticeboard with newspaper accounts of the attacks, Bashir was asked whether Noordin Top, who used the school as his main recruitment ground, should be apprehended.

“If Noordin M.Top has bad intentions, then he should be apprehended,” said Bashir. “If he is right, then Allah will protect him. What I know about Noordin M.Top is that he is a Malaysian who fights to defend Islam.”

Bashir claimed it was not Muslim terrorists who conducted the suicide bombings. “The person who bombed the Marriott is probably influenced by the CIA, which is an enemy of Islam. It will do anything to discredit and destroy Islam in Indonesia.

“In my opinion, acts of bombing are only allowed after one declares war against infidels. Such as al-Qa’ida, which has declared war on America. Go ahead (and bomb).

“I’m not saying the (Marriott and Ritz) bombers are wrong, they could have been right.” But he would prefer if there was a formal declaration of jihad before targets were attacked.

Students and teachers call Bashir “Pak Ustad”, meaning senior teacher. One teacher, Syehuddin, said he had no problem with the school’s record of producing terrorists.

“Even though terrorists radiated from here, they also come from other places. Foreign intervention leads to all the attention on this school.”

The school previously ran to university level but has since dropped off. Syehuddin would not say why this was, but it seems an al-Mukmin degree is no longer regarded as something you’d want on your CV.

Teachers claim they teach the origins of the various interpretations of the Koran and let students decide for themselves.

Bashir, who lives within the school grounds, said: “The connections between al-Mukmin and the Marriott bombing is just an allegation.

“My war is to promote Islam through preaching. God willing, if the (Indonesian) government can return to the Islamic way, we can fight the Americans because those kafirs (non-Muslims) are weak. God willing, the jihadists will prevail.”

Your daily dose of Michael Jackson:

Update:

Not to worry: the Australian government knows how to deal with the jihadists, just don’t mention anything about Islam:

Totalitarian thought control head-in-the-sand rubbish:

Tell Bashir, not us

Andrew Bolt – Thursday, July 23, 09 

Sweet idea:

A GUIDEBOOK for politicians, police and public servants on how to talk about Muslims and terrorism without implicating the religion of Islam should be released by the end of the year. The book, A Lexicon on Terror, was conceived by Victoria Police and the Australian Multicultural Foundation, but was so popular it became a national project…

Have they sent a copy to Abu Bakar Bashir, the suspected leader of Jemaah Islamiah, who was jailed for inciting the 2002 Bali bombings? Here he is now defending last week’s Jakarta bombings, in which another three Australians died:

The main cause of this disaster (the bombings) is the Indonesian government, which undermines the supremacy of Islamic law. This (terror) will not end until the government follows the right path…

But the problem is we don’t know for sure that the victims weren’t involved in the fight against Islam. Even the thought of fighting against Islam is involvement. Everyone that thinks like that is allowed to be killed.

Bashir’s statements are important. He is extremely honest here, that’s why I’m publishing the full text of his statement from the Australian:

ABU Bakar Bashir has endorsed the deadly work of Southeast Asia’s most wanted terrorist, Noordin Top, saying Allah would protect him in his fight for Islam.

The fanatical Muslim cleric, who is the spiritual adviser to the al-Mukmin Islamic school for children on the outskirts of Solo, in central Java, said if the victims of the J.W. Marriott and Ritz-Carlton suicide bombings had ever held any thoughts against Islam, they deserved to die.

Bashir refused to condemn the suicide bombings, saying the use of terror was justified in the war against infidels, or non-Muslims.

Bashir was convicted and jailed for inciting terrorism in relation to the 2002 Bali bombings and has not since moderated his views.

He is seen as the spiritual head of Jemaah Islamiah, and while he is deeply unpopular in Indonesia, he carries dangerous influence that marks him as more than a mere ranting eccentric. The 1000 boys and 1000 girls who board at the al-Mukmin school he co-founded are taught predominantly in Arabic, and are indoctrinated to his views from kindergarten through to their leaving certificate.

Bashir regularly travels across Java to other pesantrens, or Islamic schools, to speak, although on Tuesday, in the east Java town of Malang, Indonesian police reportedly banned him from giving a public lecture.

Yesterday, Bashir attacked the Australian, US and Indonesian governments. “The main cause of this disaster (the bombings) is the Indonesian government, which undermines the supremacy of Islamic law.

“This (terror) will not end until the government follows the right path.”

Asked by The Australian whether he felt any sadness for the seven victims of the suicide bombings, Bashir said: “What makes me sad about the bombings was that it involved innocent people being killed.

“People such as women and children who are not involved in the fight against Muslims should not be killed.

“But the problem is we don’t know for sure that the victims weren’t involved in the fight against Islam. Even the thought of fighting against Islam is involvement. Everyone that thinks like that is allowed to be killed.”

Fifteen of his former students are said to have been directly involved in acts of terror across the region.

Asked if he was embarrassed by this, Bashir said: “There are no Muslim terrorists. The terrorists are the CIA, the Americans and the Australians. They’re the ones who terrorise Muslims.

“The Australians are making a fuss about their victims, but when it comes to Muslim victims they don’t say anything about it.”

One of those former students is Nur Said, who many thought was one of the hotel suicide bombers. While DNA tests from the bombers’ bodies at both sites have ruled him out, there remains a view that he may have been Noordin Top’s second-in-command in the operation.

In the little hillside village of Katekan, northwest of Jogjakarta, famed for its tobacco, a media crew said it had been staking out Nur Said’s parents’ home for days but they had gone into hiding.

Bashir said he had never met Nur Said.

Speaking within the grounds of the al-Mukmin school, where students studied a noticeboard with newspaper accounts of the attacks, Bashir was asked whether Noordin Top, who used the school as his main recruitment ground, should be apprehended.

“If Noordin M.Top has bad intentions, then he should be apprehended,” said Bashir. “If he is right, then Allah will protect him. What I know about Noordin M.Top is that he is a Malaysian who fights to defend Islam.”

Bashir claimed it was not Muslim terrorists who conducted the suicide bombings. “The person who bombed the Marriott is probably influenced by the CIA, which is an enemy of Islam. It will do anything to discredit and destroy Islam in Indonesia.

“In my opinion, acts of bombing are only allowed after one declares war against infidels. Such as al-Qa’ida, which has declared war on America. Go ahead (and bomb).

“I’m not saying the (Marriott and Ritz) bombers are wrong, they could have been right.” But he would prefer if there was a formal declaration of jihad before targets were attacked.

Students and teachers call Bashir “Pak Ustad”, meaning senior teacher. One teacher, Syehuddin, said he had no problem with the school’s record of producing terrorists.

“Even though terrorists radiated from here, they also come from other places. Foreign intervention leads to all the attention on this school.”

The school previously ran to university level but has since dropped off. Syehuddin would not say why this was, but it seems an al-Mukmin degree is no longer regarded as something you’d want on your CV.

Teachers claim they teach the origins of the various interpretations of the Koran and let students decide for themselves.

Bashir, who lives within the school grounds, said: “The connections between al-Mukmin and the Marriott bombing is just an allegation.

“My war is to promote Islam through preaching. God willing, if the (Indonesian) government can return to the Islamic way, we can fight the Americans because those kafirs (non-Muslims) are weak. God willing, the jihadists will prevail.”

One thought on “Abu Bakar Bashir: "the terror will never end…"”

  1. So he has finally spoken. Well, the best of all is the last paragraph:

    “My war is to promote Islam through preaching. God willing, if the (Indonesian) government can return to the Islamic way, we can fight the Americans because those kafirs (non-Muslims) are weak. God willing, the jihadists will prevail.”

    My war (note the word…) is to promote Islam through preaching” and, of course, supporting those who terrorize people so jihadists can prevail.
    It’s also interesting that part about “
    those kafirs are weak“.

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