9-11 Do More Than Never Forget- Stop Islam's Assault

9-11 Do More Than Never Forget- Stop Islam's Assault
News about Islamic violence world-wide and the Islamic threat , driven by the Quran and its followers. Politics and the issues of our Allies Globally - will greatly effect whether we will be able to stop the spread of Islam and the violence that is backbone of this sick ideology. Islam is United Globally and so must all people who value Freedom be United to Stop Islam!

Monday, December 30, 2013

Muslim Brotherhood & Hitler

Muslim Brotherhood was founded in Egypt in 1928 by a 22-year old Muslim named Hassan al-Banna, who admired Adolf Hitler
's hatred of the Jews and persistently wrote to Hitler to express his admiration for Hitler, as well as his desire for collaboration with Hitler's Nazi Party.

Haj Amin al Husseini and Adolf HitlerWhen Hitler rose to power, his Nazis supported al-Banna, a school teacher, to grow the Muslim Brotherhood into its ally in the Middle East; by 1938, the membership of Muslim Brotherhood topped 200,000.
During World War II, members of the Muslim Brotherhood spied for Hitler's Nazis in the Middle East and fought for Hitler as Nazi troops in two specially formed Muslim Waffen-SS HandscharDivisions ('Handschar' is German for scimitar, the curved saber used by the Muslim troops of the Ottoman empire).

Saturday, December 28, 2013

When Opposing Jihad Is ‘Racist’

“Islamophobia” has broken out at Washington University of St. Louis, sparking outrage, grief, an “open solidarity forum,” and an avalanche of groveling apologies from university administrators.
It all started, according to the university’s independent student paper Student Life, with a “controversial Halloween photograph” that went “viral” and became an “emotional trigger” for Muslim students, “bringing back memories of personal experiences with racism.”

What is Sharia ?

In sharia, there are categories of offenses: those that are prescribed a specific punishment in the Quran, known as hadd punishments, those that fall under a judge's discretion, and those resolved through a tit-for-tat measure (i.e., blood money paid to the family of a murder victim).
There are five hadd crimes: unlawful sexual intercourse (sex outside of marriage and adultery), false accusation of unlawful sexual intercourse, wine drinking (sometimes extended to include all alcohol drinking), theft, and highway robbery. Punishments for hadd offenses--flogging, stoning, amputation, exile, or execution

A 2010 Pew poll conducted in seven countries including Egypt found strong support for Islam in politics and for harsh punishments for crimes such as theft, adultery, and conversion away from Islam.

Thursday, December 19, 2013

3 American Teachers Slaughtered for being Christian

Why was Ronald Thomas Smith II, an American teaching at Benghazi’s International School, shot to death last Thursday in Libya, even as he “was looking forward to his first Christmas in the United States with his wife and toddler son”?

Ronald Smith with wife and child
Most Western media and analysts dismiss the killing as a random act of violence incited by a recent al-Qaeda video.
However, by connecting the dots and looking at precedence, it appears that Smith’s Christianity, specifically his talking about it among Muslims, was the motive behind the slaying.
First consider two facts gleaned from the AP report, “American killed in Benghazi remembered as ‘much loved teacher’”: 1) Smith once had plans to attend seminary, a place devoted to preparing Christians to share the Gospel—a crime according to Islamic law (recall the Coptic Christians tortured and killed on the accusation that they were proselytizing in Libya); 2) according to his home church in Texas, “Ronnie’s [Smith’s] greatest desire was for peace and prosperity in Libya and for the people of Libya to have the joy of knowing God through Christ” (emphasis added).
Then there is the fact that Smith was a “much loved teacher”—a phrase that immediately, if not eerily, brings to mind another very similar story of another “much beloved” American teacher who was killed in the Islamic world for talking about Christianity.

Monday, December 16, 2013

Bahrain: arrest and torture of children routine, says Amnesty

110 minors jailed without trial, human rights watchdog's report

Children flash the victory sign during an opposition gathering in Bahrain (archive)Children flash the victory sign during an opposition gathering in Bahrain (archive)

(by Alessandra Antonelli) (ANSAmed) - DUBAI - Bahrain routinely arrests and tortures minors, Amnesty International said Monday in its new report on young dissidents in the oil emirate.

Scores of young protesters, some as young as 13, have been blindfolded, beaten, tortured,
and threatened with rape while

in detention over the past two years, the human rights watchdog alleged. Currently, at least 110 minors are behind bars in Dry Dock adult prison on Muharraq Island. They are either in pretrial detention or awaiting formal charges. Most of them are being detained on suspicion of taking part in ''unauthorized gatherings'' and protests, burning tires or throwing Molotov cocktails at police, Amnesty said.

''By detaining minors, Bahraini authorities are showing an incredible disrespect towards their own commitments to human rights'', commented Amnesty International Deputy Director for MENA Said Aboumedouah. Bahrain is a signatory to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which defines a child as anyone under 18, and which explicitly forbids torture and other degrading or inhumane treatment of minors. Bahrain has a majority Shiite population ruled by a minority Sunni monarchy. The frictions between the two exploded on a grand scale during the Arab Spring revolts of February 2011 as Shiites took to the streets to demand more democracy and an end to discrimination. Authorities brutally repressed the protests, leading to the deaths of 40 people, four of them police. The ensuing wave of mass arrests and abuses attracted international scrutiny, resulting in a partial mea culpa by authorities and a dialogue for national reconciliation, which has so far not had concrete results.

''Three years ago security forces used excessive force to quell anti-government protests, and now we are seeing a new wave of repression against children'', Aboumedouah said.

Amnesty International called on Bahrain to put in place alternative sanctions against minors if they are found guilty of offenses that are recognized as such under international standards. (ANS



Friday, December 13, 2013

A incisive discussion on Muslims' "language" and "out of context" arguments to shut up critics of Islam...


How Muslims Defend the Stupidity of Islam?

Presently the debate on Islam is in full swing on various social networking as well as in many ex-Muslim and anti-Islam websites. Yet, the truth is not embraced easily. Old beliefs die hard. Though many sympathizers of Islam, e.g., Karen Armstrong, Edward Said and John Esposito, try to portray a deceptive rosy picture of Islam, the true Muslims show the real face of Islam with their constant readiness to harass, intimidate and assassinate anyone who may slight their religion. For this reason, Theo Van Gogh was shot and stabbed to death in the Netherlands and his associate Ayaan Hirsi Ali had to live with bodyguards and armored cars (Ali, 2007, p. xii), Taslima Nasrin has been living in exile since 1994, Faraj Foda was shot dead in front of his office in Cairo, Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd fled out of Egypt to escape the death penalty, and Sayyid Mahmoud al-Qimni was forced to recant all his writings (Ahmed, 2006, p. ix). Unfortunately, before the outside world would get a chance to read their works, these writers were silenced through murder, terror, and death-threats, and their writings were banned in the Muslim world. But who can stop the truth from spreading?

Today who can deny the fact that Islam is different from all other religions, because of the threat of violence to its critics?...

Religion by State- 6 Maps- take a look at the Mosque States.....

Washington Post: Religion in America’s states

It goes without saying that religion is big in America. It played a starring role in the founding of the nation and continues to be the source of policy fights. Just this week, a group of Satanists launched a donation drive to erect a monument on Oklahoma’s Capitol grounds, in what some see as a test of the nation’s religious freedoms.

But religion influences local governments in less sensational ways. Some 21 states, for example, are requiring insurers under the federal health-care law to provide exemptions from contraception coverage for employers that object on religious or other grounds, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. And 13 states in recent years have banned abortions past 20 weeks, a move influenced at least in part by religious views of when life begins. (Albuquerque, N.M., recently defeated a similar effort.)

With what is arguably the most widely observed holiday of the nation’s most popular religion right around the corner, now seems as good a time as any to look at the state of religion in America’s states and counties. All six of the maps and data below—which depict religious popularity, diversity and adherents—come from the “2010 U.S. Religion Census: Religious Congregations & Membership Study,” an every-decade research effort sponsored by the Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies, which gathers statistics for religious groups or scholars interested in such.

Most popular religion, by county

The Catholic church (blue) and Southern Baptists (red) dominate the map below, which marks the religion with the largest number of adherents in every American county. Blanketed red, the Bible Belt is alive and well. Members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in orange can lay claim to a smattering of Midwestern and Western counties, while Mormonism (gray) is, unsurprisingly, the largest religion in every Utah county and in chunks of Utah’s neighboring states.

(<a href="http://www.rcms2010.org/compare.php">2010 U.S. Religion Census:<br />Religious Congregations & Membership Study</a>)

(2010 U.S. Religion Census:
Religious Congregations & Membership Study

Largest non-Christian religion by state

Islam is the largest non-Christian religion in the nation, claiming 20 states scattered mostly throughout the Midwest and South. In the West, Buddhism is the largest non-Christian religion in 13 states. Judaism is the largest non-Christian religion in 15 states, mostly in the Northeast. Hinduism reigns in two—Delaware and Arizona. And the Baha’i claim South Carolina.

(<a href="http://www.rcms2010.org/compare.php">2010 U.S. Religion Census:<br />Religious Congregations & Membership Study</a>)

(2010 U.S. Religion Census:
Religious Congregations & Membership Study

State size by total religious adherents

This map shows the U.S. if each state were sized according to the number of religious adherents who lived there.

(<a href="http://www.rcms2010.org/compare.php">2010 U.S. Religion Census:<br />Religious Congregations & Membership Study</a>)

(2010 U.S. Religion Census:
Religious Congregations & Membership Study

Religious diversity, by county

This map shows how religiously diverse each county is. Brown and orange signify high diversity, while blue and blue-green signify those with very low religious diversity. Counties in many Western states and some New England states have high diversity, while there are pockets of low diversity throughout the middle of the country, Utah and the South.

(<a href="http://www.rcms2010.org/compare.php">2010 U.S. Religion Census:<br />Religious Congregations & Membership Study</a>)

(2010 U.S. Religion Census:
Religious Congregations & Membership Study

Religious participation, by county

(View interactive map)

This map, made from RCMS data, shows the counties where religious participation per capita—adherents divided by population—was highest. Utah, the Midwest and parts of the South reign supreme. Religious participation was lowest in California’s Alpine County (4.3 percent), Hawaii’s Kalawao County (3.3 percent) and Nevada’s Esmeralda County (3.1 percent). The latter two have incredibly small populations, so are easily distorted by the religious inaction of a few. Click here to view an interactive map.

(Source: <a href="http://www.rcms2010.org/compare.php">2010 U.S. Religion Census:<br />Religious Congregations & Membership Study</a>)

(Source: 2010 U.S. Religion Census:
Religious Congregations & Membership Study

Total congregations, as a share of population

(View interactive map)

This table shows those counties with the highest number of congregations per 10,000 people. The numbers were lowest in New York’s Bronx and Richmond counties, Michigan’s Macomb County and Nevada’s Clark County, where there were only four congregations—defined as regular religious group meetings—per 10,000 people. Click here to view an interactive map.

(Source: <a href="http://www.rcms2010.org/compare.php">2010 U.S. Religion Census:<br />Religious Congregations & Membership Study</a>)





Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Syria Islam vs Islam vs Islam vs Islam

Obama HELPED SUPPLY THE REBELS WITH GUNS - when picking sides he so far has always picked the wrong one IRAN -PALI -MBH -LIBYAN REBELS ....but then again with Islam any Islamic side is wrong.

Get a clue Obama SIDE WITH the West side with ISRAEL !

Insight: Beheadings and spies help al Qaeda gain ground in Syria

Syrian fighters.

Armed with machine guns, black-clad al Qaeda fighters drove their pick-ups calmly into the northern Syrian town and took over its imposing agriculture ministry building.

They beheaded a sniper from a rival rebel unit, displayed his head in the main square and put roadblocks on major routes.

Not a shot was fired in the takeover, in which informants, including a preacher from a local mosque, played key roles.

The scene in Termanin, ...

recounted by an activist who witnessed it last week, is being repeated in towns along the border with Turkey and at road junctions further inside Syria that have fallen out of President Bashar al-Assad's control.

Whether through weakness or a desire to focus on Assad, rebel units are making way for the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), an al Qaeda affiliate led by foreigners hardened by guerrilla warfare in Iraq, Chechnya and Libya.

The landgrab has given radical jihadists a large territorial base in the heart of a Middle East convulsed by the civil war raging in Syria since 2011.

While constant conflict and shifting alliances mean Syria is a long way from becoming a center for global jihad, Western and Arab states backing moderate opponents of Assad are alarmed.

The ISIL is taking over supply lines to rebel areas and attracting members of less organized opposition units by its efficiency, undermining efforts by Washington to contain it ahead of talks in Geneva on a possible peace deal, opposition sources and Middle East security officials say.

As well as an end to Assad's rule, a key aim of such a deal would be to establish a government and moderate army capable of fighting off the ISIL, a Middle East-based diplomat said.

"Realistically it will be very difficult. We could be looking at a proxy sectarian war - whether Assad stays or goes - in which the ISIL will be a major player."


Asked about the group's goals, an ISIL commander in the town of Armanaz in northern Syria who had fought in Libya said it is fighting for "the downfall of the tyrant Bashar" but also seeking to impose Islamic law.

Learning lessons from the 2011 war in Libya, he said ISIL was more determined to hold on to territory under its control.

"Our mistake as mujahideen is that we were preoccupied with fighting Gaddafi and did not pay enough attention to how to hold on territory," said the commander, who goes by the nickname al-Jazaeri, or the Algerian.

In a sign of concern over ISIL's gains, the United Arab Emirates, a staunch U.S. ally, convened a meeting last week for dozens of tribal leaders from the oil-producing region of east Syria bordering Iraq's Sunni heartland.

The ISIL and the Nusra Front, a smaller affiliate of al Qaeda seen as less intent on spreading jihadist ideology, occupy most oil fields in the eastern province of Deir al-Zor, although they lack the ability to operate the wells.

The UAE meeting aimed to gauge the possibility of setting up a force similar to the Sahwa movement that fought al Qaeda in Iraq and rolled back some of its influence, opposition sources said, although neither the tribes nor the Islamists appear ready for a sustained fight.

"There have been some clashes over oil but the ISIL has sought not to mess with the tribes. At the same time the tribes are seeing how the ISIL likes to chop heads and they too are not keen on a confrontation," one of the sources said.


Areas under ISIL control include towns across the northern Syrian provinces of Idlib and Aleppo, parts of the eastern provincial capital of Raqqa and, to a lesser extent, of central Syria and the southern province of Deraa.

In some of these it is trying to implement a rigid Islamist social agenda and has also won new recruits, attracted more by its effectiveness than its ideology, local activists say.

In the al-Rouge plain in Idlib, bordering Tukey, Hassan Abdelqader said ISIL has set up training camps for local recruits and has distributed head to toe veils in areas southeast of Idlib city to be worn by women there.

In al-Bab in Aleppo province, where Abu Mouawiya, an ISIL commander, is the effective governor, the group has enforced an Islamist school curriculum imported from areas under al Qaeda control in Yemen, activists said.

They said thousands of poor Sunnis from rural Idlib and rural Aleppo have joined the ISIL in the last few months, including fighters who had left Nusra and the Free Syrian Army -- the Western-backed force that aims to unite moderate rebels.

A Free Syrian Army report prepared for the U.S. State Department and quoted by the Washington Post said the ISIL has a backbone of 5,500 foreign fighters, including 250 Chechens in Aleppo, and 17,000 recruited locally.

The local recruits are rural Sunnis, the majority group at the forefront of the uprising which grew from a crackdown on protests against four decades of rule by the Assad family.

The Assads are from the Alawite offshoot of Shi'ite Islam backed by Iran and Hezbollah, while the Sunni rebels are supported by Gulf heavyweights and Turkey, but inter-rebel clashes have blurred the conflict.

In some areas ISIL works with rivals from Nusra and the Western backed Free Syrian Army while in others it fights them. A new alliance comprising big Islamist brigades also has a mixed relationship with ISIL.


In southern Damascus, ISIL has joined Nusra and other brigades in defending opposition neighborhoods from advances by Assad's forces backed by Iraqi and Lebanese Shi'ite militia.

Just months before, ISIL had attacked Nusra positions, taking advantage of an air strike by Assad's forces that killed three Nusra commanders, local rebel sources said.

Nusra, ISIL and Free Syrian Army units also cooperate in the northeast, where they are fighting what they consider a land grab by Kurdish PYD militia. The PYD says it is defending the population against al Qaeda.

In areas along the border with Turkey in Aleppo and Idlib, where the presence of Assad's forces is limited, ISIL has been more assertive in taking over territory from the moderate Free Syrian Army and other hardline Islamist units.

Activist Firas Ahmad, who witnessed the takeover of Termanin, said it was typical.

"They have informants who identify a weak target in a town. They also capture the bakery and put roadblocks at the main roads, ensuring that they control food and movement."

This brings ISIL revenue as well as supplies destined for the other brigades.

"The executions are designed to make maximum impact," said Ahmad, pointing to amateur video showing the ISIL executing the leader and several members of Ghurabaa al-Sham, a moderate Free Syrian Army unit, in Atarib.

Members of a rebel-run police station near Hazano town were spared a similar fate after the station was stormed by ISIL, Ahmad said. "The police chief and staff surrendered as soon as the attack started and declared their allegiance to the ISIL."

Last month the ISIL took three pick-up trucks equipped with anti-aircraft guns that had crossed through the town of Atma, and came close to taking other trucks carrying thousands of U.S. supplied combat food rations, activists said.

An opposition figure who attended a meeting with U.S. officials about logistics said: "The Americans are furious at the degree of ISIL reach over supply lines. Privately they are blaming the Turks for opening their borders in such a way that facilitated the infiltration of al Qaeda."

Turkey has been an outspoken supporter of rebels fighting Assad and has assisted them by keeping its border open, but Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and other officials have strongly denied this amounts to support for his al Qaeda foes.

Abdallah al-Sheikh, an activist in Atma, said Turkish soldiers have been intercepting supply conveys and seizing them or turning them back in the wake of the recent ISIL advances.

"The end result is that the ISIL is harming the overall military struggle and doing Assad a service," Sheikh said, adding that signs of a popular backlash against ISIL and the group's interference in people's lives are beginning to emerge.

In the last few days, Sheikh said, the ISIL had been forced to withdraw from the nearby village of al Qah after armed skirmishes with local residents.



Flesh Eating Syrian Rebels Whining about Assad Militia stabbing people - Both are HORRID

Islam killing Islam - Damn rebels whining reminds me of the palistinians whining . Really its the non muslims caught in this fiasco people should care about.


Syria regime has killed 2,900"with knives," says opposition ( like either side should point fingers)

BEIRUT - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces have killed some 2,900 people "with knives," the opposition National Coalition said in a new report Tuesday.

The publication, timed to coincide with International Human Rights Day, accuses Syrian

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

USA : Muslims and Christians May go Toe to Toe in Court

Bring it on: Author says Muslim group's $30M libel suit will expose terror ties


  • Mubarak

    Ali Gilani, the shadowy founder of Muslims of the Americas, is believed to be living in Pakistan. (Christian Action Network)

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The shadowy leader of an American Muslim organization accused of running terror training camps in the U.S. could find himself being questioned under oath if his outfit follows through on its $30 million defamation suit against the Christian group that leveled the charges in a best-selling book.

Muslims of the Americas, a group founded in the 1980s by elusive Pakistani Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, is suing the Christian Action Network for defamation and libel following CAN’s recent publication of the book “Twilight in America: The Untold Story of Islamist Terrorist Training Camps Inside America.” Co-authored by CAN founder Martin Mawyer and Patti Pierucci, the book accuses MOA of “acting as a front for the radical Islamist group Jamaat al-Fuqra.”

In the suit, filed this year in federal court in Albany, N.Y., the Muslim group accuses Mawyer, Pierucci and CAN of "malicious, repetitious and continuous pronouncements and publication of defamatory statements against plaintiff."

"We're calling their bluff," said Mawyer. "I would have thought this would have been dropped a while ago, but I guess they feel they have to defend themselves to their own members."

Many of the book’s allegations are based on the claims of a former NYPD undercover informant who spent eight years posing as a member of the Muslim group, which has secretive bases in rural areas around the country, including Hancock, N.Y., and York County, S.C.

“We're calling their bluff.”

- Martin Mawyer, founder of Christian Action Network

The book alleges organized criminal activity on the part of MOA and claims profits from “street crimes, drugs, brothels, unemployment fraud and other offenses” have been funneled to Jamaat al-Fuqra. Part of the money has been used to establish a series of Jihadi training camps on American soil, according to the book.

Both Muslims of the Americas -- made up primarily of African-American converts to Islam -- and the Pakistan-based Jamaat al-Fuqra, are guided by Sheikh Mubarik Ali Gilani, a highly controversial cleric who lived in the U.S. during the 1980s and who was the subject of an investigation by the late Wall Street Journal journalist Daniel Pearl.

In 2002, Pearl was in Pakistan on his way to a pre-arranged interview with Gilani when he was kidnapped by Al Qaeda and eventually beheaded in a brutal case that shocked the world. Gilani was questioned in relation to the investigation but released without being charged.

“Twilight in America” highlights some 17 purported terrorist training camps inside the U.S. Mawyer said he learned of the camps from NYPD informant Ali Aziz, who said one of the camps – often attended by 100 or more followers -- was only 30 miles away from the CAN office in Forest, Va.

Aziz allegedly passed on vital information to authorities about MOA’s plans, its activities across the U.S., and the powerful presence of Gilani.

“If Gilani told everyone, ‘Set yourselves on fire,’ everybody would burn themselves,” Aziz told www.christianaction.org. “This has been going on for 30 years. And people praise him. They give him money. They kiss his feet. It’s crazy.”

Despite the evidence presented in the book, neither MOA nor Jamaat al-Fuqra is currently designated by the U.S. as a terrorist organization.

"The chapters on the former undercover agent really put them over the edge, as their members knew who Ali Aziz was,” Mawyer told FoxNews.com. “It then became very difficult for the leadership to continue to convince the women and children on the compounds that they weren’t associated with terrorists. They had to sue us to protect the wealth that they derive from the thousands of members they have in the U.S. I fully expect us to win this lawsuit.”

Mawyer and Pierucci say in the book that MOA has been linked to 10 unsolved assassinations and 17 bombings since the 1980s, including the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

Gilani, who describes himself as “Vice Chancellor of the International Qur’anic Open University, Imam of the Muslims of the Americas and a direct Descendant of the Holy Last Messenger [the Prophet Muhammed],” has previously been accused of inspiring so-called “Shoe Bomber” Richard Reid and John Allen Mohammed, the Beltway sniper attacker who, with a young accomplice, killed 10 people during a brief reign of terror in October 2002.

Mawyer said if the civil suit goes to trial, he will move to bring Gilani to the U.S. and put him on the stand. For an organization that so jealously guards its privacy, that may be enough to drop the suit.

“I think they hoped that we would not have the money to fight it and it would serve the purpose of telling their own members, ‘See, we took care of that Martin Mawyer fellow,’” Mawyer said. “They say we have declared war on Islam, but I can tell you that is definitely not the case. This group is against Christians, Hindus, Hari Krishna, Jews, and any Imams who do not preach their strict view of Islam.”

MOA officials could not be reached, and the group's attorney, Tahirah Clark, did not return calls. But in a January statement on The Islamic Post website, the group’s official mouthpiece, Gilani denied claims he is a radical. He said he has weeded out militant Muslims who had infiltrated his inner circle, including a man he said was a hitman for the Muslim Brotherhood.

Mawyer and the CAN have no intention of backing out of the legal fight with Muslims of the Americas, a group described by the Anti-Defamation League as “virulently anti-Semitic Holocaust deniers.”

“People’s concerns about home-grown terrorism have obviously been raised by the recent events in Boston,” said Mawyer. “They should know that this is the group that has led the way in the U.S. for 30 years.”


BELOW from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mubarak_Ali_Gilani

Mubarak Ali Shah Gilani (Mubrik Ali Shah Jilani) is a Sheikh from Pakistan and founder of the Muslims of the Americasorganization.[1] He is "the sixth Sultan Ul Faqr", and with full titles his name appears as Imam El-Sheikh Syed Mubarik Ali Shah Jilani El-Hashimi, al-Hasani wal-Husaini.[2]

In 1978, Gilani published An introduction to Quranic psychology,[3] which detailed his theories about using the Qur'an (Koran) and religious observance to cure certain mental disorders. This was followed up by his An introduction to psychiatry: based on teaching of the Holy Quran and also contains results of scientific demonstration of curing incurable mental diseases in the Psychiatric Institute, Taif, Saudi Arabia, 1976–1977[4] published in 1981.

Muslims of the Americas was founded in 1980 by Gilani on a trip to New York. Among other projects it has model communities in theTown of Hancock, New York, called Islamberg, and in York County, South Carolina, called Holy Islamville.


In 1983 he published his translation of the Rauza-tus-Safa, an influential 15th Century history on the origins of Islam.[5]

Allegations of Extremist Activities

It has been asserted[6][7] that he is associated with the terrorist organization Jamaat ul-Fuqra, but the evidence is very circumstantial.[8]

Daniel Pearl was on his way to interview Gilani when he was abducted. Pearl wanted to interview him regarding a suspected connection between Gilani and the "Shoe Bomber" Richard Reid.[9][10] Gilani was questioned in Pakistan concerning the abduction[11] but subsequently released.


Sunday, December 8, 2013

IF you want to Praise Mandela - do so- but embrace the Reality- do not Recreate History

...and do not call people who acknowledge the truth Racist. ( that is getting old - thanks to Obama)

Again this is not about white or black or politics- its about truth and facts and Not simply spewing out and regurgitating what those in charge want you to believe. To have discussion and admit to reality and facts - and then if people want to make him a hero fine - but facts must be acknowledge .

He did by his own admission target citizens - he did Allie with communist- he did support Castro Arafat and Hamas. He did liken Israel to Apartheid - and anyone whose experienced apartheid and who has been to Israel - would never state that unless they had an agenda - because that is a blatant lie.

Now given all that - If people want to hail him -do so but do not try to silence facts with name calling and making it white vs black or political . Realize the facts and then say that you approve of his communism and terrorism - but dont try to squash facts and call those who state facts racist .


Winnie Mandela "We have no guns – we have only stones, boxes of matches and petrol," she told a township crowd. "Together, hand in hand, with our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country." Necklacing meant putting a petrol-soaked burning tyre around a perceived traitor's neck.

-CNN Nelson Mandela death: Examining the backlash ( balanced. Not a racist but allied with communist and a terrorist )

-Mandela found the ANC too tame and had begun to push for a violent struggle in the 1940s, when he headed its youth league, the former professor of economics at Stellenbosch University said. The communists were for the use of violence, and Terreblanche believes it led to the alliance.

-At the time that Umkhonto we Sizwe carried out its first attacks, Mandela was at its helm.

The next year, in 1962, he left for Morocco and Ethiopia, where he secretly studied guerrilla warfare. http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/06/world/africa/nelson-mandela-other-side/

Does it matter he was a communist?


Lets not forget he was a communist


3 Things you dont ( want to) know about Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela was the head of UmKhonto we Sizwe, (MK), the terrorist wing of the ANC and South African Communist Party. At his trial, he had pleaded guilty to 156 acts of public violence including mobilising terrorist bombing campaigns, which planted bombs in public places, including the Johannesburg railway station. Many innocent people, including women and children, were killed by Nelson Mandela’s MK terrorists. Here are some highlights


-Church Street West, Pretoria, on the 20 May 1983


-Amanzimtoti Shopping complex KZN, 23 December 1985


-Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court, 17 March 1988


-Durban Pick ‘n Pay shopping complex, 1 September 1986


-Pretoria Sterland movie complex 16 April 1988 – limpet mine killed ANC terrorist M O Maponya instead


-Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court, 20 May 1987


-Roodepoort Standard Bank 3 June, 1988


In 1985 Madikizela-Mandela made an infamous speech where she declared, “With our necklaces we shall liberate this country.” The term “necklacing” refers to the practice of setting a tire filled with gasoline around a person’s head and then setting it ablaze. Her personal bodyguard, the innocuous-sounding Nelson Mandela Football Club, was responsible for many acts of intimidation, including necklacing, against Black opponents of Mandela. Most infamously was the necklacing death of 14-year-old activist Stompie Moeketsi in 1988.

- See more at: http://www.therightperspective.org/2010/02/11/winnie-drops-out-of-mandela-celebration/#sthash.SzVFwx2a.dpuf

Do you really wanto say ' oh that was his wife - he was in jail- it wadnt him' ?

She communicated with him - he admitted to directing the ANC from jail- he was offered release at the time IF HE WOULD RENOUNCE VIOLENCE.

He refused...

Are you really going to not acknowledge the truth?


Nearly A Million Bangladeshi Hindus Have Vanished In A Decade


Nearly A Million Bangladeshi Hindus Have Vanished In A Decade

In what should be an eye-opener for India, over 9 hundred thousand Bangladeshi Hindus have vanished from the country during the past decade. This has been reported officially by the Bangladesh Statistical Bureau (BSB) and the National Population Research and Training Institute (NPRTI) of the neighbouring country.

Widely reported in the Bangladeshi media,

the issue was raised by speakers at a discussion on Role of Media in Strengthening Relations between Bangladesh and India on August 17 in Dhaka organised as part of the Track-II initiative. This correspondent had taken part in the discussion.

According to the two reputed institutions of Bangladesh, the findings are alarming because these were based on the census reports of Bangladesh of 2001 and 2011. It was reported that despite a rise in the Hindu population, their percentage had gone down.

Currently, Hindus account for 8.5 per cent of the total population of the country. However, in the 2001 census, the Hindu population of Bangladesh was 9.2 per cent. The Muslim population was 89.7 per cent in 2001, but increased to 90.4 per cent.

The two census reports identified 15 districts in the country where the Hindu population has decreased alarmingly. The institutions were quoted by the speakers as having claimed that the ‘missing population have not shifted anywhere in the country’.

A noted human rights activist, who declined to be quoted, told this newspaper that the 9 hundred thousand population has migrated to neighbouring India. At a closed-door session, he expressed the apprehension that if the BNP, backed by the fundamentalist Islamic forces returns to power, then the rate of illegal migration from Bangladesh would increase manifold. “Already the houses and farms of those who have fled the country have been looted and taken over,” he said.

If the minority community flees, then the Enemy Property Act comes into play and mischievous elements take full advantage of the situation, he said.

In Gopalganj city, even senior functionaries of various political parties forcibly occupied the houses and lands of Hindus, the media have reported in the country.

According to the 2001 census report, the Hindu population was 1.16 crore, as the rate of growth of the Hindu population during the previous 10 years was 1.37 per cent. Going by the rate of growth, the Hindu population of Bangladesh should have been over 1.22 crore, which is 9 lakh less than the expected population, according to a study conducted by BSB.

It cited the case of Borishal Division. The Hindu population in six districts of that division namely, Borishal, Bhola, Jhalkathi, Perojpur, Patuakhali and Barguwa, the Hindu population did not show any increase. In the 2001 census, the Hindu population was estimated at 8.16 lakh, but in the 2011 census, the population went down to 7.62 lakh. Khulna Division also reported the same pattern.

In Dhaka Division, three districts of Madaripur, Gopalganj and Kishoreganj showed no increase in the Hindu population.

The BSB study has shown that since independence of the country, the Hindu population in Bangladesh has continuously declined, while the population of other minority groups like Buddhists and Christians has remained the same.

According to the census figures, the Muslim population in 1974 was 85.4 per cent, while the Hindus accounted for 13.5 per cent. In 2011, the Muslim population was 90.4 per cent, while the Hindu population declined to 8.5 per cent.

Prof Anisujjaman was quoted as having said that absence of security and evil designs of miscreants had led to the situation.

A senior Awami League leader said that cordial relations between India and Bangladesh have been hurt because of the communal tensions. The Jamat-e-Islami is responsible for the planned attacks and regular incidents, he said.

A veteran journalist and keen observer of Indo-Bangladesh relations commented that the Enemy Property Act has acted as a pressure on the Hindu population for long. Besides, demands to declare Islam as the national religion of Bangladesh have further scared the Hindu population, leaving them with little option but to flee to neighbouring India.