* No doubt its all about Israel and the West’s misguided policies towards the ME:
Jihadists “on rampage” in eastern Sri Lanka kill two
*But but but: I thought jihad was ‘inner struggle?’
A jihadist component to the strife in Sri Lanka. “Jihad armed men on the rampage in the East,” from Asian Tribune:
Colombo, 23 (Asiantribune.com): Jihad armed group has suddenly gone berserk killing recently two Tamils in the East.
On the last 20 August, according to reports, Jihad armed men have killed, Jeyaraj (29 years old), a three-wheeler driver, at Jinna Nagar, a suburb located at the Third Mile Post, three km north of Trincomalee Town.
Also on the same day, Jihad gunmen killed Thiyagachandran (54 years old) at Valaichchenai, who is the brother of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Batticaloa parliamentarian S. Jeyananthamoorthy.
In a statement, Eelam Revolutionary Organization (EROS) revealed that they have lost one of its members known within EROS as “Gerald” otherwise known as Jeyaraj, who EROS claims was shot and killed on the evening of 20 August at Jinna Nagar in Trincomalee by a man identified as “Nizam” who is affiliated to a group calling themselves the “Jihad” â€“ a armed group mainly of the Muslims in the Eastern Province.
“Mohammed said that as Muslims we should commit Jihad.”Â
Inner struggle continues in Scotland:Â
The stunning contrast between Western values and Islamic values in this snapshot from Glasgow, where an airport worker saves the life of the Muslim who is attempting to kill him.
Â “Student trained in terror in Capital,” from The Scotsman via JW
A STUDENT facing terrorism charges spoke of attending “training groups” in Edinburgh, a court heard today.
Mohammed Atif Siddique, 21, also told a fellow student how he wanted to be a suicide bomber, blow up Glasgow and that he had met Osama bin Laden.
He is facing five charges including possessing, collecting and distributing terrorist propaganda and providing instructional material for bomb making.
Siddique, from Alva in Clackmannanshire, denies all the charges.
At the High Court in Glasgow, Razia Hussain said the accused made a series of claims while they were studying computing at Glasgow Metropolitan College.
The 22-year-old told the court that Siddique would access non work related websites in class every time he had an opportunity.
Questioned by Crown counsel Brian McConnachie QC about what the websites displayed, she replied: “People getting blown up, people who were dead, armies and explosions.
“Mohammed used to explain to me about these sites, about people getting blown up.
“How this is right and should be done because we are Muslims.
“Mohammed said that as Muslims we should commit Jihad.”
Asked by Mr McConnachie what Jihad meant she answered: “To go and blow yourself up.”
Ms Hussain told the court that one image showed a dead man with a smile on his face.
She added: “Mohammed said this was because he had committed Jihad and God was going to be happy.
“He said he wanted to be one as well â€“ a suicide bomber.”
“How many times did he say that?” Mr McConnachie asked.
“A few times,” she replied.
Siddique also denies causing a breach of the peace by threatening to become a suicide bomber and saying he was a member of the terror network al Qaida, as well as showing images of suicide bombers and beheadings.
Ms Hussain also told the court that the accused claimed to have met Osama bin Laden and was visiting or planning to visit “training groups” in Edinburgh or Stirling.
9 thoughts on ““Sudden Jihad Syndrome” breaks out in Sri Lanka, kills 2”
The solution to all that “inner struggle” is simple-the peaceful ones need to commit seppuku to let loose all that struggle. Perhaps the Japanese would be willing to teach them how to perform disemboweling oneself so that they do it right. The inner struggle ends and another 72 virgins can then be claimed.
All this talk of jihad being an inner struggle makes it really sound like it’s all about mental illness. How many times do we hear of people going on a killing spree who have had all sorts of inner turmoil?
Unfortunately, they actually are against suicide – if it doesn’t take the life of infidels also. So, they won’t look to the Japanese way of doing it. (shucks)
â€œMohammed said that as Muslims we should commit Jihad.â€
Since jihad is nothing but murder, the line could also be read as â€œMohammed said that as Muslims we should commit murder.â€ Doesn’t this sound like a psychopath to anyone else?! I used to think this because after all, mohammed did rape, kidnap and enslave a lot of women – his own harem alone he took on 12 women which doesn’t count for the others he had. I think the old guy had syphillis and his brain was rotting away while he was thinking up islam. I haven’t done any research on syphillis – I wonder – could this explain the ‘visions’?
August 24th, 2007 at 2:50 pm
##Unfortunately, they actually are against suicide – if it doesnâ€™t take the life of infidels also. So, they wonâ€™t look to the Japanese way of doing it. (shucks)
Huh? Japanese way? So who invented the kamikaze pilot?
##The stunning contrast between Western values and Islamic values in this snapshot from Glasgow, where an airport worker saves the life of the Muslim who is attempting to kill him
He actually looks like he is dying, and he is still attempting to kill him?. Putting out a fire of this type is a human value. Unfortunately you fellows are drunk on you own religious and cultural perceptions. Western values? So if the the man with the hose had been a member of one of those eastern religions such as hinduism, buddhism, or even judaism you are suggesting he would not have put the fire out?
It is an inner struggle.
They struggle with this.
Should I strap on bombs and blow myself up to kill infidels and go straight to paradise or just a take a gun and shoot a bunch of them so I can do it again later and get a better place in paradise?
The best and least messy way to avoid the inner struggle is to just ditch the Koran. Supposedly, there’s an epidemic of them being seen in toilets lately so those with inner struggles can just join the trend and be done with all that anguish.
I have an answer for you. But I can’t post it here because it might get me banned from this site.
Avjaz Fahted Says:
August 24th, 2007 at 3:34 pm
“Putting out a fire of this type is a human value.”
No, its a reflex.
As kids we used to play a dirty trick on some neighbours we didn’t like:
We took a dog’s turd, laid it on someone’s doormat, covered it with shreds of newspaper that we lighted up, and then we rang the bell.
Looks like we need to ready ourselves.
# sheikyermami Says:
August 24th, 2007 at 4:39 pm
I have an answer for you. But I canâ€™t post it here because it might get me banned from this site.
#Banned from one’s own site, how is that for politically correct.
# Michael (Ger) Says:
August 25th, 2007 at 12:15 pm
No, its a reflex.
As kids we used to play a dirty trick on some neighbours we didnâ€™t like:
We took a dogâ€™s turd, laid it on someoneâ€™s doormat, covered it with shreds of newspaper that we lighted up, and then we rang the bell.
#I hope you didn’t put your fingers in your mouth and you washed your hands afterwards.
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