* They enjoy folk hero status in Indonesia. Their wardens sometimes take them out to Starbucks and now evidence emerged that CONVICTED Bali nightclub bombers have feasted on kebabs with Indonesia’s anti-terrorism chief at an evening party held at his house.
* Meanwhile, terrorist sympathizers supporters have already enlisted the support of the heavily Muslim-infested Amnesia Intentional shill Irene Khan, and nutroots in Australia and elsewhere are already protesting the execution of the Bali bombers.
* But not to worry:
No Muslim must be killed for killing an infidel
Muhammad said, ” No Muslim should be killed for killing a Kafir” (infidel). Sahih Al-Bukhari Vol. 9:50
“[I]f a Muslim deliberately murders another Muslim he falls under the law of retaliation and must by law be put to death by the next of kin. But if a non-Muslim who dies at the hand of a Muslim has by lifelong habit been a non-Muslim, the penalty of death is not valid. Instead the Muslim murderer must pay a fine and be punished with the lash….Since Islam regards non-Muslims as on a lower level of belief and conviction, if a Muslim kills a non-Muslim…then his punishment must not be the retaliatory death, since the faith and conviction he possesses is loftier than that of the man slain…Islam and its peoples must be above the infidels, and never permit non-Muslims to acquire lordship over them.” â€”
Sultanhussein Tabandeh, A Muslim Commentary on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, F. J. Goulding, translator, London, 1970.
Bombers attend party at anti-terrorism chief’s house
Party aimed at ‘turning militants into informers’
Financial rewards if bombers cooperate
CONVICTED Bali nightclub bombers have feasted on kebabs with Indonesia’s anti-terrorism chief at an evening party held at his house.
The party, which brought together more than 20 Muslim hardliners and former terrorists who have shown “regret” for their actions, was the latest “soft” strategy in Indonesia’s anti-terror campaign to try and turn former militants into informers, or advocates of religious moderation.
“We approach the terrorists with a pure heart,” Brigadier General Surya Dharma, the head of Indonesia’s anti-terror unit and host of the party, told Associated Press.
“We are all Muslims. We make them our brothers, not our enemy.”
* Which makes them the enemy of infidels and Jews.
Night off … convicted Bali bomber Mubarok attended the party where he ate kebabs and led prayers / File
Mubarok, who is serving a life sentence for planning and carrying out the Bali bombings, was temporarily released from prison to attend the party, which was free of armed guards. He led the prayers at the celebration, timed to coincide with the breaking of the fast during the holy month of Ramadan.
“We did not stop to think, what if one of our family was caught up in the blasts? Now we are aware what we did was wrong,” Mubarok, who goes by a single name, said.
* Why? To strike terror in the hearts of the infidels is a command straight from the Koran. By Islamo-logic these creeps did the right thing.
Prisoners such as Mubarok who cooperate with Indonesian authorities look forward to shorter sentences and financial rewards.
* They should be rewarded. Who could argue with that?
“We learn who can be turned and look after them,” Col. Tito Karnavian, the head of intelligence at the anti-terrorism unit, told Associated Press.
“And they then recruit people. We call it ‘creeping de-radicalisation.’ We should not treat terrorists all the same. We should learn their culture and then exploit it.”
A few prisoners work publicly with authorities – one former Jemaah Islamiah leader Nasir Abbas sometimes briefs media alongside police.
Most remain behind the scenes, identifying a voice recording or meeting with fellow detainees to try and change their fundamentalist views.
Ali Imron, another former militant serving life for the Bali bombings, said an unnamed cleric had issued an edict calling for his death because of his close links with police.
“Everything has a risk, but I have chosen my path,” he told Associated Press.
“I am doing what is right.”
The fifth anniversary of the Bali bombings is October 12.
Fatwa by Influential Islamic American Jurist:
A fatwa issued in August 2007 by the secretary-general of the Assembly of Muslim Jurists in America (AMJA), Dr. Sheikh Salah Al-Sawy, states that marriage between a Muslim woman and a non-Muslim man is forbidden and invalid, and that children born of such a union are illegitimate.
Marriage between a Muslim woman and a non-Muslim [man] is forbidden and invalid – that is a consensus among Muslims. A [Muslim] woman who has taken the liberty [of marrying a non-Muslim man] has removed herself from the fold of the Muslim community – and one who has done so knowing that it is wrong, has done something strictly forbidden, and has committed an open [act of] abomination that may hurl her into the abyss of heresy and apostasy.
Forbidden for Infidels:
AXED: WORKER WHO OFFENDED MUSLIMS BY PUTTING PICTURE OF JESUS ON A WALL
By Chris Riches
AN AIRPORT suspended a Roman Catholic worker after a Muslim colleague protested about an image of Jesus pinned up on a staffroom wall.
Bosses are said to have ordered the car parks supervisor to be escorted off the premises after the Muslim complained.
Mr Langmead was only reinstated three days later after an investigation found that his action was not intended to be “malicious or provocative”.
The row comes a year after BA check-in worker Nadia Eweida was suspended for wearing a cross at Heathrow. Yesterday friends and union representatives backed Mr Langmead.
One friend said: “He’s really gutted about this. “When he found the image in an office drawer, he thought it would be nice to pin it up. “In the end he was treated like a criminal and walked off the premises. He wasn’t trying to annoy anyone.
An update on this story. “Victims’ families outraged that Bali bombers attended party,” by Mark Forbes and Phillip Coorey in the Sydney Morning HeraldÂ
FAMILIES of Bali bomb victims have expressed disgust that those behind the attacks have been allowed out of jail to party and pray at a senior policeman’s home.
In Bali for today’s anniversary of the 2002 bombings, several Australians who lost relatives in the blasts demanded Canberra protest and Jakarta keep the terrorists in jail.
News that the head of Indonesia’s anti-terror unit, Surya Dharma, hosted 20 convicted terrorists and released Muslim radicals late last month emerged yesterday, with an Associated Press report and photographs from a journalist who attended the Muslim fast-breaking party.
Guests included Ali Imron and Mubarok, who received life sentences for their roles in the first Bali bombings, which took the lives of 202 people including 88 Australians.