Malaysia defends Mahathir’s praise for Iraqi insurgents

Who guessed it?

Dr. Mahatir: Islamofascist till his dying day?

Correspondents in Kuala Lumpur, Baghdad and Rome
February 09, 2007
MALAYSIA yesterday defended a speech by former premier Mahathir Mohamad in which he congratulated Iraqi insurgents, saying he had the right to express his opinions.
Dr Mahathir applauded the insurgents, urging them to ensure the US paid a “high price” for its invasion of Iraq and saying that the flow of body bags would “help Americans to change their minds” about the conflict.
“I think (Dr Mahathir) has taken that approach and I would not say that the Government supports nor objects to it,” Foreign Minister Syed Hamid Albar said, adding that Dr Mahathir was free to express his views as a “citizen of Malaysia”.

“This is a free and democratic country and it’s very nice to see freedom being exercised,” he said.



*Last time I checked Malaysia was another Islamic cesspool and If I call Mahatir a turd that swims in it I am exercising my freedom of speech,- you’ll find that very nice, NOT?*


Catmeat Sheik Hilali told to piss off with Golden Handshake:

A golden shower would have been more appropriate:
Time to go, sheik warned- with thanks to The Australian

Richard Kerbaj
February 09, 2007
MUSLIM leaders across the nation have strongly backed a plan to oust outspoken Islamic cleric Taj Din al-Hilali, declaring he would be “foolish” to reject a proposed golden handshake deal.
The Muslim community yesterday stepped up its calls for Sheik Hilali’s resignation as the spiritual leader of Lakemba Mosque, in Sydney’s southwest, accusing the 66-year-old of damaging the image of Islam.

* There is no ‘spirituality’ in Islam. Neither is there a ‘spiritual leader’- and the ‘image of Islam’ is as good as as Hilali or the next suicide bomber:  Pack up and leave,   turds!*

The former chairman of the Prime Minister’s Muslim advisory board, Ameer Ali, told The Australian that the plan to remove Sheik Hilali from office was long overdue. “It’s something good that’s happened at the end of the day,” Dr Ali said. “It has taken a very long time.”

Prominent Sydney-based imam Khalil Shami said Sheik Hilali would be wise to accept the offer drawn up by 10 Sydney-based Islamic organisations in the face of his dwindling community support.

Time to go, sheik warned

Husham Al-Husainy’s lies & bulls#*ts on Hannity & Colmes


From Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch:

Hannity and even Colmes (video at Hot Air) try to pin him down about Iraq and about his attendance at pro-Hizballah rallies, but Colmes makes a key mistake when he asks him if he attended such rallies in Washington, when in fact they were in Dearborn.

A few quotes I dashed down:

“You talkin’ to me?”

“I am generally against any occupation.” Hmm. What occupation might he have in mind? “Any evil party. Any occupier occupying innocent people, an innocent land, and suck the wealth of the nation, whether that it is Middle East or somewhere else, generally.”

Is Hizballah a terrorist organization? Simple yes or no question. “Hizballah is a Lebanese organization and I got nothing to do with that.” Hannity returned to this one and never got a satisfactory answer.

Abu Izzadeen, raving Islamist Parasite in Britain finally arrested for inciting Terrorism


For Al Bebeceera this raving PoS is still an ‘activist’


Activist held under Terrorism Act

Mr Izzadeen is being held at a central London police station
A Muslim activist has been arrested in east London over allegations of encouraging terrorism.
Abu Izzadeen was held by in Leyton High Road by counter-terrorism officers, Scotland Yard said.

He hit the headlines last September after heckling Home Secretary John Reid but it is understood the inquiry is related to a 2006 speech in Birmingham.

Mr Izzadeen, 31, is being held at a central London police station under Section 1 of the Terrorism Act 2006.

He has been associated for some years with radical Islamist politics in the UK and has been a member of two now illegal groups, Al Muhajiroun and Al Ghurabba.


You can’t help but crack up over the respectful way in which the Al Bebeceera reporter writes about this filth on legs…


Also CNN hits bottom:

UK police arrest ‘outspoken Muslim’

Allahpundit: Al Reuters has already edited their whitewash headline, from “Police arrest high profile Muslim figure,” to: Police arrest Muslim who harangued Reid.


Anjem Choudary On Izzadeen Arrest:


Raving and seething galore from British Islamist nutjob Anjem Choudary, on the arrest of his good buddy Abu Izzadeen. He calls Asgar Bukhari the Holocaust denier a “bootlicker” and an “apostate.” Completely whacked out—and the craziest part is the respectful tone of the Sky News interviewer in the face of Choudary’s frothing lunacy.

With thanks to LGF

Hannity and Colmes on the Democrats’ Radical Imam


The convocation for the Democratic National Committee’s winter meeting was delivered today by Shi’ite Imam Husham Al-Husainy, of the Karbalaa Islamic Education Center in Dearborn, Michigan, and it’s amazing what this spiritual leader managed to get away with saying, in front of America’s Democrat leadership: Video: Imam prays to stop ‘oppression and occupation’ at DNC meeting.

In the name of God the most merciful, the most compassionate. We thank you, God, to bless us among your creations. We thank you, God, to make us as a great nation. We thank you God, to send us your messages through our father Abraham and Moses and Jesus and Mohammed. Through you, God, we unite. So guide us to the right path. The path of the people you bless, not the path of the people you doom. Help us God to liberate and fill this earth with justice and peace and love and equality. And help us to stop the war and violence, and oppression and occupation. Ameen.

“Not the path of the people you doom?”

No one in attendance thought this was a bit … odd?

Robert Spencer rips them to shreds:

German Shyster for Ex-Gitmo Jailbird Sues US for Release of Vital Documents

Sheik yer’mami covered this story extensively- check out ‘Kurnaz’

Murat Kurnaz spent over four years in Guantánamo Bay after the US military decided he was an enemy combatant.

Now his lawyer is suing the Pentagon for the release of documents that could exonerate his client.
0102078879500.jpgA lawyer acting on behalf of the former Guantánamo prisoner Murat Kurnaz is taking the Pentagon to court to try to force them to hand over vital secret files. (*Good luck brother, knock yourself out!)
According to a report in the Wednesday edition of the German newspaper Der Tagesspiegel, Baher Azmy, Kurnaz’s US lawyer, is hoping to secure the release of documents that would exonerate the German-born Turkish citizen. “There are a whole lot of them,” Azmy said. “The one problem the government could have with their release is that that it could be embarrassing for them.” *Needless to mention that the ‘lawyer’ is a hardcore commie-shyster…
Kurnaz, a Turkish citizen who was born and raised in the German city of Bremen,
(last time I checked he was born in Turkey and his German residence permit was expired)was arrested at the end of 2001 in Pakistan, where he claimed he had travelled to study the Koran. He was held in a camp in Afghanistan before being transferred to the Guantánamo Bay detention camp on Cuba in 2002.

Among the documents that Azmy is hoping to obtain is “R-19,” a short unsubstantiated memo by an unidentified government official which claimed that Kurnaz had terrorist connections. The R-19 memo was enough for the Combatant Status Review Tribunal to rule in 2004 that Kurnaz was an enemy combatant and that he be detained at Guantanamo indefinitely. However, US District Judge Joyce Hens Green ruled in January 2005 that Kurnaz’s imprisonment was illegal. It took until July 2006 before he was eventually released.

Azmy expects that a US federal court will rule on whether to release the R-19 memo by this summer at the earliest. He is also demanding the release of the transcripts of Kurnaz’s several hearings before the military tribunals. The documents had been declassified for a time but have subsequently been reclassified. “They could provide the proof that the American government was already convinced of the innocence of my client in 2002,” Azmy told the Tagesspiegel.

The Kurnaz case has put the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier under immense political pressurein recent weeks. He is accused of preventing Kurnaz’s release from the US military prison while chief of staff to former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder. Steinmeier denies that there was an official US offer to release Kurnaz in 2002. The embattled minister is due to appear before a parliamentary committee investigating the case on March 8.


Schily nennt Aussagen von Kurnaz “unglaubwürdig”

Otto Schily (SPD) hat die Aussagen des ehemaligen Guantanamo-Häftlings Kurnaz als unglaubwürdig bezeichnet. “Wer sich kurz nach den Anschlägen vom 11. September 2001 einen Kampfanzug, ein Fernglas und Schnürstiefel kauft und, ohne sich von seiner Familie in Bremen zu verabschieden, nach Pakistan reist, will dort ja wohl nicht mit dem Fernrohr Allah suchen”, sagte Schily der “Zeit”.
Eine Entschuldigung bei Kurnaz lehnte Schily indessen ab: “Das sähe ja so aus, als hätten wir eine Art Mitverantwortung für Guantanamo. Vielleicht sollte eher Herr Kurnaz seinerseits bedauern, dass er unter sehr merkwürdigen Voraussetzungen nach Pakistan gereist ist. Ihn jetzt als einen Märtyrer aufzubauen, den die Bundesrepublik angeblich auf dem Gewissen hat, ist eine sehr üble Geschichte.”

‘UEBLE GESCHICHTE’-  I would rather call it a Mohammedan fairytale…

Saudi Fat Cat :”Peace is incompatible with the concept of a fortress Israel”

Because we just can’t have four and a half million Joozzz defending themselves against 300 million fanatical, bloodsucking Muahmmedans who want to slaughter them according to Koranic teachings….



Prince Saud on nuclear programs in the Middle East: “All countries in this region must be subject to the same, strict control.”

February 07, 2007

“Drawn in by the Crises that Surround us”

Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal, 65, discusses Iran’s power grab, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, nuclear ambitions in the Middle East and a Saudi peace plan proposed two years ago that has received no response from Jerusalem…


Israeli troops arrest a Palestinian man in Hebron in the West Bank: “Who can watch this bloodshed in Palestine?”

*translation: Its okay when Arabs murder Jooozzz, we just can’t have it the other way around… 

SPIEGEL: Your Highness, your uncle, King Abdullah, has said that the Middle East is a powder keg that could blow up any moment. Do you share his opinion?
Prince Saud: Just take a look at the crises: Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine and Israel — how else would you describe this than as a powder keg? Each of these individual crises triggers others, leading to terror and instability. And the resources we need to build affluence are being spent to establish security.

SPIEGEL: Now a new conflict is being added to the mix. The king has said, without specifically mentioning Iran, that there are attempts to turn Sunnis into Shiites.

Prince Saud: We are talking to the Iranians. They feel isolated and unable to play the role to which they feel they are entitled. We tell them: If you want to be a leading power, you must respect the interests of others and cannot exclusively pursue your own strategy. Having good intentions is not enough. You must demonstrate, with your actions, that you are not inciting strife between Sunnis and Shiites. They have now approached us and declared their willingness to avoid further escalation.

All the usual slime from Arabia…

Terrorism suspect Willie Brigitte refuses to testify

The dead eyes of a terrorist

AM – Thursday, 8 February , 2007
Reporter: Rafael Epstein
TONY EASTLEY: French terror suspect, Willie Brigitte, has refused to answer charges in a French court that he planned to blow up nuclear and military facilities in Australia.

After three years and four months in custody, Brigitte told the court he would not cooperate because there had been a biased investigation into his case.

Europe Correspondent, Rafael Epstein was in the courtroom in Paris.

RAFAEL EPSTEIN: Willie Brigitte looks as he does in the one photo often used in the media. Thick set, with short dreadlocks, thin rimmed glasses and a beard.

He walked into the elegant wood panelled courtroom in handcuffs, wearing a black tracksuit, and he was flanked by two armed guards. He hugged his lawyer and looked impassively around the courtroom.

He told the court after three years and four months in jail he has no trust in the system, that all hope is gone now. He claimed an impartial investigation would show he’s not a terrorist, and that terrorism is against Islam and against his view of life.

He was quiet and appeared unfazed by the seriousness of the allegations. What’s curious is that much of the evidence against him is drawn from his own admissions under interrogation.

He supposedly detailed his extensive training in explosives, weapons and military tactics, taught to him by the militant group Lashkar e Toiba in Pakistan.

The court heard when he was arrested in Australia, it followed him telling the French consulate in Sydney that he’d lost his passport.

When arrested he’d had copies of publicly available website documents. They detailed Australian military and nuclear installations. He also had a copy of the classic Chinese text, the Art of War by Sun Tzu.

And there appears to be a few witness statements detailing his role as leader of training weekends in France in the late 1990s, and accusations he led a major terrorist cell in France before going to Australia.

The three judges only have to decide whether he associated with terrorist groups. But now says he’s unwilling to address any of those charges in court.

His lawyer is Harry Durimel.

HARRY DURIMEL: Because he felt that the interpretation that they were doing or giving of his first words were wrong, so he decided not to speak, and that’s what he said this morning.

He’s not going to say a word because he’s misunderstood.

RAFAEL EPSTEIN: But can I ask how he can plead innocent if he has initially said he did go to training camps and that he did run training camps in France? How can he then say that he’s innocent of the broad charge against him?

HARRY DURIMEL: Is it a crime to learn your religion? Is it a crime to deepen your knowledge in your religion? Is it a crime when you go and work humanitarian action? Because they don’t say everything he did, but Brigitte went to Chechnya, to Bosnia. He went to do humanitarian action in his religion.

(‘Humanitarian action’ in Islamo-speak means killing and terrorizing infidels & Jooozzz…)

If these people that he was learning religion with were only teaching weapon fighting and killing, that’s not where he would have gone. He went there for the part that he needed, as he said, to fulfil his religion.

RAFAEL EPSTEIN: One of France’s former intelligence chiefs says the case against Brigitte is weak, and the French court, he says, is doing Australia’s work, because it was only in Sydney that authorities could tenuously link him to any specific plot.

In Paris this is Rafael Epstein, for AM.

Video: Coulter condemns Imam; Ferraro and Colmes condone prayer


Husham Al-Husainy, the Imam who prayed to “stop the war” and “oppression and occupation” was a topic of discussion on tonight’s Hannity & Colmes. Ferraro and Colmes went as far to say the “war” Al-Husainy was talking about was not the Iraq war and suggested he could have been talking about Darfur. The lengths these anti-war and anti-Semetic apologists go is absolutely amazing. Colmes, who is Jewish (and said so on tonight’s show), should be ashamed of himself. He is truly an embarrassment to those of Jewish decent.


Frankly, I don’t believe that these two (H & C) are as stupid as they come across. Imagine all the fan-mail they are getting! Nobody can possibly remain that ignorant so long after 9/11. Too quick and rehearsed are the answers, the ‘change the subject, quick…’ the interruptions and the shouting down of guests (like Spencer) when things are said that might go against network PC-policy. These two are well trained, but its just a matter of time before somebody sinks them in their own slime.

We know who calls the shots. When Saudi prince Al Waleed calls Murdoch he changes the headlines. The power of money perverts everything!