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Flinders university prof: Suicide bombings 'almost unstoppable'

“Suicide bombers are not mad, they just have grievances…”

Flinders had better sack prof Hassan: how many more of these Islamic agit-props are out to confuse, distort and obfuscate the  ugly reality of Islam?  How many more Islamic professors are out there who pull the Islamic wool over the eyes and ears of unsuspecting, naive Australian university students?

Perhaps the good professor should take it up with Bucktooth Bashir, who sees things slightly different from a bit more clearly than him: Bashir: more suicide bombings unless Indonesia enforced Islamic sharia law.

Or he could teach  the  real meaning of jihad : On Al-Jazeera TV: Lebanese Islamists Favor ‘Offensive Jihad’ to Conquer the World, Impose Islam

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Prof Hassan: more jiziya for our Islamic enemies and more Islamic immigration would  help immensly…

Its all our fault, you see, because “suicide bombing is mostly a desperate action to right social wrongs”, like Abu Ghraib. (He didn’t mention Gitmo, why not?) Making efforts to improve human rights – such as the treatment of (Muslim-) refugees – would halve the number of suicide attacks, he forecast, pointing out the treatment of Abu Ghraib prisoners in Baghdad led to another spike in suicide attacks.

Suicide bombers were spurred on by the humiliation suffered by those in their community, It would be impossible to stamp out suicide attacks unless real changes were made to improve social conditions in countries around the world, Prof Hassan said.

By Crystal Ja/Adelaide Now

AN Australian sociologist who has compiled a comprehensive database of suicide attacks claims bombers “are not mad” and there appears to be no set demographics for potential attackers.

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The Grunard, soapbox for Islamic agit-props: "MI5: leave young Muslims alone"

Bassam Tibi writes in “War and Peace in Islam”:  

At its core, Islam is a religious mission to all humanity. Muslims are religiously obliged to disseminate the Islamic faith throughout the world. “We have sent you forth to all mankind” (Q. 34:28). If non-Muslims submit to conversion or subjugation, this call (da’awa) can be pursued peacefully. If they do not, Muslims are obliged to wage war against them. In Islam, peace requires that non-Muslims submit to the call of Islam, either by converting or by accepting the status of a religious minority (dhimmi) and paying the imposed poll tax, jizya. World peace, the final stage of the da’awa, is reached only with the conversion or submission of all mankind to IslamMuslims believe that expansion through war is not aggression but a fulfillment of the Quranic command to spread Islam as a way to peace. Read the whole thing…>>

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Zin Derfoufi, a potential ‘community organizer”- offers up a fresh steaming pile of Muzz-prop in the Grunard:

Last week, the Independent led with the story of how MI5 agents are harassing young British Muslims and bullying them into becoming informants. Although I’m sure these cold-war tactics have shocked many, it came as no shock to me.

The tragic events of 7/7 marked a key turning point for the Muslim youth in the UK. Before 7/7, the word terrorist or extremist conjured up images of a middle-aged, big-bearded radical preacher given asylum or residence in the UK, preying on the ignorance of young people – exploiting legitimate grievances (?) to recruit them to some seemingly noble cause. One that involves damning and bringing down western democracy – the very same democracy that facilitates his right to attack it and the very same country whose benefit system he (typically) feeds off. However, the perpetrators of 7/7 did not fit this stereotype. They were young, British-born Muslims. They were people like us. (Absolutely not. All Muslims, like all dogs, share certain characteristics, and their characteristica are the  exact opposite to us/ed)

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You can always rely on Fareed Zakaria to pull the Islamic wool over your eyes and ears…

The words of a 1980 speech in Qom by Ayatollah Khomeini ring clear:

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  • We do not worship Iran, we worship Allah. I say, let this land [Iran] burn. I say let this land go up in smoke, provided Islam emerges triumphant.’

Can it be any more clear that Islam seeks only our destruction at whatever cost to itself? Can we deny any longer that Islam, and not just its radicals, are the enemy?

  • “We are not fighting so that you will offer us something. We are fighting to eliminate you.”

—Hussein Massawi, the former Hezbollah leader behind the slaughter of U.S. and French forces 20 years ago.

  • Mahmud Ahmadinejad, president of Iran: Wipe Israel off map’

Now comes Zakaria:

They May Not Want The Bomb

And other “unexpected truths.”

Readers of this blog know that Fareed Zakaria, the Indian born son of an imam, is an Islamic agent provocateur. To give this man a soapbox at Newsweek, Time or CNN is the same as allowing Joseph Goebbles during WWII to pump Nazi propaganda into American living rooms. It never ceases to amaze me that 8 years after 9/11 America is still so ignorant and naive. To allow this enemy agent to make a good living behind enemy lines while obfuscating, minimizing and denying the threat from Islam is as fantastic and unreal as the Marxist Muslim POTUS. Zakaria is engaging claissic taqiyya and spins Islamic fairy tales all the while telling us there is nothing to worry about. Is the whole nation on crack?

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By Fareed Zakaria | NEWSWEEK

Everything you know about Iran is wrong, or at least more complicated than you think. Take the bomb. The regime wants to be a nuclear power but could well be happy with a peaceful civilian program (which could make the challenge it poses more complex). What’s the evidence? Well, over the last five years, senior Iranian officials at every level have repeatedly asserted that they do not intend to build nuclear weapons. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has quoted the regime’s founding father, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, who asserted that such weapons were “un-Islamic.” The country’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, issued a fatwa in 2004 describing the use of nuclear weapons as immoral. In a subsequent sermon, he declared that “developing, producing or stockpiling nuclear weapons is forbidden under Islam.” Last year Khamenei reiterated all these points after meeting with the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohamed ElBaradei. Now, of course, they could all be lying. But it seems odd for a regime that derives its legitimacy from its fidelity to Islam to declare constantly that these weapons are un-Islamic if it intends to develop them. It would be far shrewder to stop reminding people of Khomeini’s statements and stop issuing new fatwas against nukes.

  • I think we have more than enough evidence that the Iranians are lying. So does Zakaria and Mohamed El Baradei. Could it be that they have an agenda?
  •  Doesn’t Fareed Zakaria, the son of an Islamic scholar, know his Koran, wherein it is written: …and make ready against them all you can of power, including steeds of war (tanks, planes, missiles, artillery) to threaten the enemy of Allah. . . Surah 8:60.