Once again, jihad causes poverty. “Authorities investigate Afghan blast that injured 77U.S.Â troops,” by Barbara Starr forÂ CNN, September 12:(JW)
The Taliban are firing rockets at our embassy in Kabul. “Militants Launch Attack on U.S. Embassy in Kabul,” by Alissa J. Rubin and Jack Healy in theÂ New York Times, September 13:
Another victory for the courageous and glorious mujahediun. “Gunmen ‘kill five children’ in attack on Pakistan bus,” from theÂ BBC, September 13
All the things we do for them – and they still don’t like us!
“Police suspect the men were about to carry out a terrorist attack with firearms and bombs,” Gothenburg regional daily GT said in its online edition.
Iran Targets South-America in Missionary Jihad (Da’awa)
On Aug. 18, the Brazilian newspaper,Â Folha de SÃ£o PaoÂ (Folha), reported that HispanTV was aimed to bring “Iran’s vision to the region, particularly South America.” Folha’s story was disseminated byÂ Brazil’s Ministry of Defense.
FolhaÂ (Portuguese for sheet/page) highlighted that apart from the governments of Argentina and Colombia, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has close ties with some South American leaders, including Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Bolivian President Hugo Morales, both known for spreading anti-American sentiment in the region. (MoreÂ Latin America)
Zebiba Boyz Get Ready For Sharia Fiefdom Libya
I guess its all for ‘the greater good’, or something. To remove the Â terrorist clown Gaddafi with hardcore Islamic headbangers and Al Qaeda is a sheer stroke of genius:
Â No ‘Yuman Rites’ to see here:
Amnesty collected evidence of indiscriminate attacks on civilians by pro-Gaddafi forces using rockets, mortars, artillery and tanks.
The report also accused pro-Gaddafi fighters of hiding tanks in civilian areas to protect them from air strikes, a practice that Amnesty said breaches international humanitarian law and constitutes a war crime. It also criticised their indiscriminate use of anti-personnel mines.
Amnesty officials saw the bodies of opposition fighters who had been shot in the back of the head with their hands tied behind their backs with metal wire, the report said.
Amnesty said anti-Gaddafi soldiers were also guilty of human rights abuses, although on a smaller scale.
They have abducted, arbitrarily detained, tortured and killed Gaddafi loyalists and foreign nationals wrongly suspected of being mercenaries, the report said.