* The Gaddafi’s are ‘good Muslims’ – with a long history of involvement in the global jihad:
Infidel governments are suicidal. It is no secret that Lybia’s crackpot dictator Muammar Gaddafi has a long history of extortion, assassinations, hijackings, mass-murders (Lockerbie and the Berlin LaBelle disco bombing among other things)Â After incarcerating, torturing and terrorizing 6 Bulgarian nurses for 8 years (!)Â Sarkozy took it upon himself to get them released andÂ promptlyÂ entered into some deals with the dictator that will surely come around to bite not only France, but all of Europe in the ass.
Last week he was in Thailand making sure that the jihad against the Buddhist government continues, this week Saif al Islam, (the sword of Islam) second son of the illustrious despot Muammar Gaddafi, is in the Philippines to make sure that the ‘rebels’ unite, while the Arroyo government not only looks on, but resigned itself already into a delusional ‘land for peace’ agreement with the Abu Sayyaf jihad freaks. Sounds familiar? Yes. Give ’em ‘autonomy’ – , give them a state! Money, weapons, training!
%*#*! Where did we hear that before, sounds familiar, doesn’t it?
Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi (Arabic: Ø³ÙŠÙ Ø§Ù„Ø¥Ø³Ù„Ø§Ù… Ø§Ù„Ù‚Ø°Ø§ÙÙŠ, translation: sword of Islam)
MANILA, Philippines: Feuding Muslim rebel factions agreed during a meeting with the Libyan leader’s son to unify by next year as part of efforts to end a decades-long Islamic insurgency in the southern Philippines, officials said Friday.
Seif el-Islam Gadhafi, whose country has been mediating in the conflict, told Muslim representatives that Arab and Libyan investors were ready to support a future Muslim homeland in the Philippines once peace is established, Libyan diplomat Salem Adam told The Associated Press.
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s government has said a peace agreement with the separatist Moro Islamic Liberation Front could be signed next year, after both sides broke an impasse over the boundaries of a Muslim territory.
However, the MILF is not the only group claiming to represent Muslims, who make up about 5 percent of the mostly Roman Catholic population.
Its predecessor, the Moro National Liberation Front, already signed a 1996 peace deal with the government that created a nominally autonomous region for Muslims.
Libya supported Muslim separatists in the southern Philippines in the early 1970s with weapons and training, then in 1976, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi brokered a peace accord with the MNFL that was not concluded until 1996.
While on a visit to Manila, the young Gadhafi, president of the Gadhafi International Foundation for Charity Associations, was awarded the Congressional Medal of Achievement in recognition of his activities.
The father, meanwhile, descended on France.
“Mr Kadhafi would like the women of France to rise when he arrives…”
PARIS, December 13, 2007 – Moamer Kadhafi held a debate in Paris with 1,000 specially invited women on feminist issues — but the audience was warned in advance not to “upset” the Libyan leader.
“Mr Kadhafi would like the women of France to rise when he arrives,”
Khadidja Khali, head of the French Union of Muslim Women, announced to the gathering late Wednesday at a reception hall just off the Champs Elysees. “Welcome your excellency,” the women chanted as Kadhafi entered the hall, which is near the tent he has made his headquarters while on a five day trip to the French capital.
The Arabic music blared out, Libya’s spiritual leader was given a standing ovation and then Kadhafi staked his claim to be a defender of the feminist cause and opponent of terrorism, flanked by his unit of women-only bodyguards.
Clad in green fatigues, their dark hair pinned under army caps, half a
dozen of Kadhafi’s “Amazon” guards, all highly-trained recruits from an elite Libyan officers’ academy, scanned the crowd from the edge of the stage.
Most of the women in the audience were of African origin but came to Paris from across France. Most had veils, many wore elegant African-style evening gowns.
* Fwance knows no morals when it comes to making deals with the illustrious one…
The debate on “the situation of women around the world” was carefully
organised. Khali, who also heads a pro-Libyan organisation, warned the
audience “you must not upset him”.
In their comments to Kadhafi, some women asked for financial support for their groups and even for air tickets so they could take children from France’s troubled suburbs on holidays to Libya.
But they gave several standing ovations as the Libyan leader spoke of the
plight of women on his home continent. “Women in Africa are the victims of
injustice,” he said. “They raise children. Men marry several times and abandon
Kadhafi is known for taking powerful steps in favour of women’s rights in
Libya, banning polygamy and reforming divorce laws to guarantee women custody of their children and force absent fathers to pay alimony.
There was less applause however when he criticised “the tragic conditions
for women in Europe, sometimes forced to do work that they do not want to do.” Kadhafi went on to quote jobs such as mechanics and builders.
“I want to save European women,” he said.
“I really appreciated his speech on women in Africa but it was a bit more
vague on Europe,” said Zahra Boughaz, a 24-year-old, who came to the meeting
with 200 others from a woman’s association in the northern town of Maubeuge.
“He doesn’t seem to really know Europe because here we have choices. Or
maybe he was trying to be provocative.”
“I think he is a good man, he has done a lot for women and always defended
them,” said Nicole Sahart, president of the Club of Friends of the United
States of Africa, a relatively new pro-Libyan organisation.
But there has been a storm of political controversy over Kadhafi’s presence
in France — strict security has been imposed for all of his trips around
Paris — and not everyone in the audience appreciated the Kadhafi stance.
“How can he say he has done a lot for women in the world when he tortured the Bulgarian nurses,” said Catherine Chastenet, head of the Women and Freedom association.
* Indeed. How can he. But he does.
“But I am leaving with some hope. He gave guarantees on terrorism.”
* Good luck with that!
Kadhafi condemned two car bomb attacks in Algiers this week, which killed
dozens, as “reprehensible acts” and said the Al-Qaeda members behind them were “criminals”.
The Libyan leader, whose country was involved in the 1988 bombing of a PanAm airliner over the Scottish town of Lockerbie and of a French passenger jet over Niger, has patched up relations with the West after renouncing terrorism.
* Its that easy. Really.
Some Gaddafi exploits:
And lo and behold, the Quran denies that Jesus was crucified:
In Sura 4, verse 157 it says:
“… And they did not crucify him, but a simulacrum, an effigy, was made of him.And those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to follow…”
LIBYAN leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi believes it was not Jesus who was crucified at Easter, “but someone who resembled him”.
In a bewildering speech at a mass prayer meeting in Niger, Col. Gaddafi also said it was a mistake to believe that Christianity was a universal faith alongside Islam.
“Christianity is not a faith for people in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas,” he said.
Col. Gaddafi, who is seeking to expand his influence in Africa, said his arguments came from the Koran.
“It is a mistake that another religion exists alongside Islam. There is only one religion which is Islam after Mohammed,” he said in the sermon. .”We are here to correct the mistakes in the light of the teachings of the Koran.” he added