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March 31, 2007

IRAN TV Editorial on Seizure of UKSailors

Broadcast 30 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN) Female Announcer: Last Friday Iranian border guards arrested a number of English soldiers who had illegally trespassed in Iranian waters at the Arvand River. The English soldiers had illegally undertaken to search vessels when they were arrested by Iranian forces.... ... more

Posted at 6:13 PM

Iran TV News Coverage of UK Sailors Abduction

Broadcast29 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRIB2) Announcer: English officials are claiming that this country's arrested soldiers were not in Iran's territory. However according to the Ervand Sea Border Patrol Station commander, the information on the GPS devices taken from these soldiers clearly proved their presence in Iranian territory.... ... more

Posted at 4:22 PM

Glenn Beck Speaks On The Radical Islamic Agenda

Here's more on those flying/praying radical imams that the MSM did its best to portray as having their civil rights violated but were actually carrying out a well planned agenda to Islamicize America. Watch Glenn Beck at his best. Here he uncovers the Muslim plot to silence dissent in America (Downloaded From AmericasNewsToday.Com -- Rush Limbaugh on Radio, Bill O'Reilly on Fox News via YouTube). No doubt, the best "IT" on news about radical Islam is on Glenn Beck: Readers will recall that these Islamothugs are suing U.S. Airways and 'John Does' who alerted the airlines about the imams' behavior.... ... more

Posted at 11:19 AM

UN 'Sensitive' About Muslims' Feelings, Other Religions Don't Matter

Jules at Forward Movement says he doesn't want to run afoul of the United Nations Human Rights Council which, "Allah be praised, has its eye squarely on the pressing issues of the day"; so he wants to know if it's OK to say the Brits are illegally held hostage and paraded in violation of international law and decency by the Islamic Republic of Iran? Or does he have to leave out the Islamic part. Naturally, he has additional commentary. Now that Jules has advised us of the UN resolution, and in order that all of us infidels fully comply with... ... more

Posted at 11:00 AM

March 30, 2007

Iran TV: London Expert on Gulf UK Sailors Incident

Broadcast 30 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN)Part 1Part 2... ... more

Posted at 11:11 PM

Europe Unwilling And Unable To Fight

Admiral Sir Alan West, former First Sea Lord of the Royal Navy, says that it's completely outrageous for any nation to go out and arrest the servicemen of another nation in waters that don't belong to them. However, as Victor Davis Hanson notes at NRO, if the attack was "outrageous," it was apparently not quite outrageous enough for anything to have been done about it yet. The problem lies in the fact that Europe, and the West as a whole, have evolved beyond a need for war in dealing with logical nations. However, Iran is a country so wretched as... ... more

Posted at 11:57 AM

Those Shi'ite militiamen - They're Baaaack ....

Iran's dirty hands are all over the violence in Iraq and the killing of American troops. Now we learn that Shi'ite militiamen, who melted away from Baghdad when U.S. and Iraqi troops began their security crackdown seven weeks ago, are rolling back into the city with fresh Iranian training: It is not clear whether the radical Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is in control of the newly trained group, which some Iraqis describe as a "secret army" trained and equipped by Iran. U.S. forces are concerned that, despite Shi'ite leaders' assurances that they have pulled their fighters off the streets, uncooperative... ... more

Posted at 10:27 AM

Iran TV English Report on Abducted UK Sailors

Broadcast 30 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN) This is IRINN English newscaster Reza Mohajer's English version of Iran's side of the story of its abduction of 15 UK Sailors in the Shatt al-Arab waterway. Crossposted to Satellite News... ... more

Posted at 8:07 AM

Iran TV: UK Sailor "Confesses"

Broadcast 30 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN Announcer: Another English soldier who was arrested for illegally entering Iranian waters announced in a television interview: "I regret entering Iranian waters and I hope this will not be repeated." [English "confession" and "thanks to Iran" by UK sailor Nathan Thomas Summers] Announcer narrates footage of Persian Gulf military activity: These images were made at the time of the arrest of the English sailors when they trespassed illegally on Iranian waters as an English helicopter flew overhead. Crossposted from Satellite News... ... more

Posted at 7:03 AM

March 29, 2007

Iran TV: Fuel Smuggling Ship Seized in Persian Gulf

Broadcast 29 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN) All governments have methods in place for managing all or parts of the economy. When enterprising people try to exploit the artificial price differences between the managed environment and the rest of the world, they are called smugglers. Here's a report on the disruption in Iran of an elaborate operation designed to make some money on Iran's subsidized gasoil.... ... more

Posted at 11:09 PM

Iran Must Not Depend on Russia

Iran Must Not Depend on Russia The is the translated text of an interview by Dana Shahsavari with Dr. Alaheh Kulai, former Majles deputy and spokeswoman for Mostafa Moin's spring 2005 presidential campaign. The interview was published on 29 March in the Iranian exile Persian newspaper Rooz.... ... more

Posted at 9:35 AM

Tariq Ramadan - A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing

Tariq Ramadan is not the Islamic reformer some believe him to be; he is an Islamist, and nothing less - a wolf in sheep's clothing

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Posted at 7:41 AM

Iran TV: Western Opposition to Gas OPEC Questioned

Broadcast 28 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN) Announcer: The favorable reception accorded by nations sucn as Russia, Algeria and Qatar to the Islamic Republic of Iran's proposal for the creation of an organization like OPEC for the sale of natural gas was followed by opposition from Westerners, who expressed doubt about the success of such a project.... ... more

Posted at 5:06 AM

March 28, 2007

We Are John Doe

Those six agenda-driven, publicity-seeking, imams that have filed a federal lawsuit against US Airways and the Metropolitan Airports Commission in Minneapolis/St. Paul, "advised by the grievance-mongers at the Council on American-Islamic Relations," also plan to sue "John Does" -- innocent bystanders who alerted the authorities about their security concerns. Since their lawsuit affects the security of every freedom-loving American, we are all in a sense - "John Does," and the legislation introduced by Rep. Steve Pearce, R-N.M., will protect every "John Doe" in America from legal liability when we report suspicious behavior. Michelle Malkin's column this week covers the new... ... more

Posted at 1:52 PM

Iran Leads the World in Annual Public Holidays

On 27 March the Iranian newspaper baztab reported that Iran leads the world in the number of public holidays, with 26. Including weekends, this means that Iranians get more than 1 day off for every 3 days of the year. Perhaps this helps explain how so many of them are able to work two jobs. The article states that 16 of the 26 days are religious holidays, 6 are national holidays, 4 are government holidays, and that there is one national holiday that is not part of the annual New Year's celebration, which is Oil Nationalization Day. Wikipedia lists the... ... more

Posted at 12:19 PM

So Disturbing Beyond All Reason

So disturbing beyond all reason, sanity, and human compassion, this video needs all the exposure it can get. You've seen excerpts on cable news, have likely seen it on other blogs or YouTube, but as many times as you've seen it, has the real message gotten through to you yet? Palestinian TV is showing a music video in which a four-year-old girl sings the praises of her suicide bomber mother and vows to follow in her footsteps. The little girl grasps a stick of dynamite from a drawer in her mother's dressing-table and says: "I will follow Mummy": The shocking... ... more

Posted at 10:56 AM

House GOP Leads Fight To Protect 'John Doe' From Muslim Extremists' Lawsuits

Once in a while, common sense prevails and American politicians make the right (and intelligent) move. This was the case yesterday when House Republicans surprised Democrats with a procedural vote to protect public-transportation passengers from being sued if they report suspicious activity - the first step by lawmakers to protect "John Doe" airline travelers already targeted in such a lawsuit: [...] After a heated debate and calls for order, the motion to recommit the Democrats' Rail and Public Transportation Security Act of 2007 back to committee with instructions to add the protective language passed on a vote of 304-121. All... ... more

Posted at 8:52 AM

VOA Discusses Financial Ramifications for Iran of UN Resolution 1747

In a 27 March interview with Voice of America Persian Service Staffer Behruz Abbasi on the regular news feature "Under the Magnifying Glass," London-based journalist and political analyst Ali Reza Nourizadeh discussed the consequences of the 24 March UN Security Council Resolution 1747 against Iran. The full 27 March VOA Persian newcast can be heard with a RealPlayer plugin as a download from Nourizadeh's website here.... ... more

Posted at 8:47 AM

March 27, 2007

Souresrafil Links UK Sailor Abduction to Khamenei Speech

Broadcast 27 March on PARS Satellite TV (Los Angeles) I do not think there will be a war between Western forces and the Islamic republic. The Islamic republic likes to mark time, as it did in that episode with the war, the cup of poison and those things.... ... more

Posted at 7:31 PM

Tehran's Hostage Gambit

In a New York Post article today Amir Taheri tells us that border incidents such as the one where Iranian guardsmen recently captured 15 British sailors are common in the Shatt al-Arab waterway, but rarely lead to any action being taken by either Iraq or Iran when a vessel crosses what is a disputed territorial marker. Taheri and many others believe this event was deliberately orchestrated by Tehran to give it leverage to solve other problems. As Taheri puts it, "when in doubt, take hostages." He notes that Iran has been involved in the taking of at least 1,000 hostages... ... more

Posted at 8:22 AM

March 26, 2007

Ahmadinezhad's Detractors

This is a translation of today's blog post on a Persian blog called Bluefuture. I do not know the author's real name (the posts are by "Noorinia") or location, but I do know this is a popular blogger who has been at this for a long time.... ... more

Posted at 11:22 PM

U.S. Can't Account for 600,000 Fugitive Illegal Aliens

The government reported today that teams assigned to make sure foreigners (read as "illegal aliens") ordered out of the United States actually leave, have a backlog of more than 600,000 cases and can't accurately account for the fugitives' whereabouts: The report by the Homeland Security Department's inspector general found that the effectiveness of teams assigned to find the fugitives was hampered by "insufficient detention capacity, limitations of an immigration database and inadequate working space." Even though more than $204 million was allocated for 52 fugitive operations teams since 2003, a backlog of 623,292 cases existed as of August of 2006,... ... more

Posted at 4:28 PM

Who is Amorita Randall?

She's not who the New York Times said she was last week in its profile of troubled women soldiers who have served Iraq. Michelle Malkin welcomes Amorita to the Jesse MacBeth/Micah Wright/Jimmy Massey liars' club. Now the Times claims it is now clear that Ms. Randall did not serve in Iraq, but may have become convinced she did? Perhaps in the same way that Gateway Pundit is convinced he played for the Houston Rockets! And Amorita says she was raped? A blind elephant would be more discerning.... ... more

Posted at 4:02 PM

Dhimmitude Alive And Well In 'Dhimmiworld'

Dhimmitude continues to run rampant, and as we're now witnessing with the latest hostage crisis with Iran, Western failure to stand up firmly, and with military resolve when necessary, more often than not results in disastrous consequences. One would think that sooner or later we in the West would learn from our mistakes and stop caving in to the Islamists, especially Iran. But so far, that's just not the case in the dhimmiworld of the West. So why is it that we keep making the same mistakes? Maybe we need to be continually reminded of the errors of our ways.... ... more

Posted at 1:53 PM

What We Should Learn About 'Iraq 2007' From 'Algiers 1957'

"Act quickly," Petraeus wrote in January 2006, "because every army of liberation has a half-life." This is true not only in the field but at home. James Thurber once said that the saddest two words in the English language are "too late." Terrible as it is to think that our surge may have come too late, it is much more terrible to think that feckless politicians, out of whatever calculation, may pull the plug before the new approach is fully tested. - "How to Win in Iraq--and How to Lose"Arthur Herman, who has taught history at George Mason University and... ... more

Posted at 6:10 AM

Large Demonstration in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Yesterday (25 March) there was a large demonstration in Cairo's Tahrir Square protesting the sweeping new changes the Mobarak regime has made to the Egyptian Constitution. Journalist Hossam al-Hamalawy provided a detailed account with pictures and video on his blog. See it here. Pierre Sioufi lives in a building overlooking Tahrir Square and provided some local perspective in his own blog here and here. Crossposted from Satellite News.... ... more

Posted at 12:50 AM

March 25, 2007

Shariah in Minnesota - Or What Do Pelosi, The Muslim American Society, And CAIR Have In Common?

Events in Minnesota suggest a sinister strategy by Muslim groups: By piggy-backing on our civil rights laws, Islamist activists aim to equate airport security with racial bigotry and to move slowly toward a two-tier legal system (edit - democracy and sharia law). Intimidation is a crucial tool. The "flying imams" lawsuit ups the ante by indicating that passengers who alerted airport authorities will be included as defendants. Activists are also perfecting their skills at manipulating the media. After a "pray-in" at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., one credulous MSNBC anchor likened the flying imams to civil rights icon Rosa... ... more

Posted at 9:13 PM

Iran TV Praises Hollywood Bush Opposition

Broadcast 25 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN) Female announcer: The implementation of warlike Bush policies has been protested by most American citizens, even by this nation's famous film artists.... ... more

Posted at 5:56 PM

Iran Third Largest Consumer of American Cigarettes

According to an ISNA report published in the 25 March edition of the online Persian newspaper baztab, Iran is the world's third largest consumer of American cigarettes, after Japan and Saudi Arabia.... ... more

Posted at 11:58 AM

Ayeneh-ye Rooz: Iran's Capture of UK Sailors May Be Prelude to Prisoner Swap

In a 24 March article in Persian the German newspaper Ayeneh-ye Rooz has suggested that Iran's capture of 15 British sailors in the Shatt al-Arab waterway may be the fulfillment of a suggestion made by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei in his latest public message that Iran will commit illegalities of its own if the West does anything illegal. The paper speculated that the capture may be related to the recent arrest of Iranian military and security officers. A Persian article in today's edition of Mohsen Rezai's newspaper baztab reports that a member of the Iranian Majles principled faction [osulgara] has... ... more

Posted at 7:42 AM

March 24, 2007

PBS "Now" Group "Talks to Iran"

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad greets a member of an American Christian peace delegation in February Last night I watched David Brancaccio's PBS "Now" program titled "Talking to Iran," about a visit to Iran in the third week of February by a 13-member American religious delegation (a link to a clip of the program is on this page: http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/312/index.html).... ... more

Posted at 12:40 PM

March 23, 2007

The Seven Pillars and the Cultural Divide in Iraq

Stormwarning's Counterterrorism has a post up on a matter that I've long considered to be one of the most important constraints on our winning in Iraq: Our demonstrated inability to understand the cultural construct of the people there, especially our lack of understanding of the pre-eminence of the tribes and warlords of Afghanistan, and certainly, the desert culture of the Bedoiuns in Iraq (as in much of the Muslim world). As SC points out, "It is written that the Bedouin follows a strict order of life in which he pledges his total allegiance to his family, clan, and the tribe:... ... more

Posted at 11:11 AM

General Threatens Michael Yon With Expulsion

I've never had much respect for PAO officers, myself, they've always seemed to me a bit detached from the realities of combat and being under fire. Now I hear that one of these guys is threatening to kick out Michael Yon, the best damned milblogger in Iraq. Austin Bay has the story and the link. Confederate Yankee has info on the PAO, U.S. Army General Vincent K. Brooks. Someone on high needs to look into this.... ... more

Posted at 10:32 AM

More Thoughts On John Edwards' Decision

Yesterday I offered my opinion on John Edwards' decision to continue his candidacy for president, in spite of his wife's sudden change in prognosis. Today Dean Barnett does a much better job at expressing the sentiments I tried to convey: [...] So they walked out of that doctor's office refusing to let her disease take their lives away. Some people are calling their decision courageous; others find it puzzling. Having been in a situation analogous to theirs, I think I have some understanding and I know I have some sympathy. They're working through all of this. Their first instinct is... ... more

Posted at 10:16 AM

Mahmoud's Promise Fulfilled: Iran Seizes 15 British Troops

"The incident happened during a "routine boarding operation."The Sunday Times reported on March 18 that Iranian forces were planning to seize American, U.S., and Israeli personnel to strike back at western forces for possible clandestine operations to seize top tier commanders of the Iranian military structure for information on its activities in Iraq. Today we learn that Iranian naval vessels seized 15 British sailors and marines from the frigate HMS Cornwall in Iraqi waters. According to a American military official, "the Marines stopped an Iranian ship suspected of smuggling automobiles, and boarded it for an inspection.,While the Marines were on... ... more

Posted at 9:43 AM

March 22, 2007

LA Iran TV: News Interview on UN Sanctions against Iran

Broadcast 22 March on PARS Satellite TV (Los Angeles) This is an excerpt from a telephone interview conducted by Mehrdad Parsa with Mandana Zand Karimi on Parsa's regular news analysis program "Events in Iran and the World."... ... more

Posted at 9:32 PM

Terrororist Supporting, Antisemitic, Conspiracy Theorist Teaching at Dalton State College In Georgia

I agree with Rusty; this cockroach could use some light to shine on his work on behalf of terrorists of all stripes:Dr. Hassan A. El-Najjar teaches Sociology at Dalton State College. He also runs the website Aljazeerah.info (worse than the al Jazeera). In the past, he has linked to the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Just today he claimed that car bombings in Iraq and other civilian casualties are really the work of British soldiers (and, by allusion, U.S. soldiers) trying to make the world think there is Sunni vs. Shia violence. He claims terrorists in Iraq are "resistance... ... more

Posted at 7:07 PM

March 21, 2007

LA TV: Opposition Newsmen Compare Notes for New Year

Broadcast 21 March on PARS satellite TV (Los Angeles) This is the first day of the Iranian New Year; for Iranians everywhere this is a day to exchange greetings and good wishes. One such exchange took place today on television between PARS TV news analysts Mehrdad Parsa and Alireza Meybodi. This was their first TV appearance together, although both men have appeared daily in separate PARS programs for years. In these excerpts they exchanged thoughts about recent developments in Iran and prospects for the new year.... ... more

Posted at 9:14 PM

Moderate Muslim Leader Speaks Out: 'He'll Defend Airline Passengers Sued By Flying Imams - At No Cost

Six imams are suing the U.S. Airways, Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Airports Commission, and the unnamed "John Does" to be named later, for discrimination, saying they were removed from the flight for praying in the airport. It's important to remember that the imams exhibited behavior associated with a security probe by terrorists, apparently purposefully, and were not merely engaged in prayers: (Don't be fooled by the flying imams - it's not about prayer, it's about their agenda.) The Washington Times reports that lawyers and a Muslim group say they will defend at no cost airline passengers caught up in a lawsuit... ... more

Posted at 1:35 PM

Children Used In Iraq Homicide Bombing Attack

It seems that absolutely nothing is beneath the radical Islamists in their quest for more ways to create death, destruction, and mayhem. They've adopted a new tactic since the start of the security crackdown in Baghdad, and this time they used children to conceal their murderous intent: [...] a vehicle was waved through a U.S. military checkpoint because two children were visible in the back seat. "Children in the back seat lowered suspicion, (so) we let it move through, they parked the vehicle, the adults run out and detonate it with the children in the back," Barbero said. "The brutality... ... more

Posted at 9:20 AM

Amir Taheri Reacts to Iraqi Opinion Polls

Amir Taheri said in an article published in the Gulf News Today: "Preserving the victory already achieved in Iraq means delivering a death blow to all the demons of the Middle East: the pan-Arab chauvinists, the Khomeinists, Al Qaida and other jihadis, Shiite and Sunni sectarians, obscurantists, and reactionary autocrats." His article asserts that significant achievements have been made in Iraq but that much remains to be done there. Read it here. Crossposted from Satellite News.... ... more

Posted at 8:58 AM

March 19, 2007

America To Flying Imams: 'Hello, My Name Is John Doe'!

In "Meet John Doe" last week, Scott at Powerline addressed the lawsuit brought by the flying imams. The complaint names a number of "John Doe" defendants -- unidentified passengers who had the gall to raise their concerns with the flight staff of the US Airways flight they were on. The flying imams assert discrimination claims against these John Doe defendants. In his post Scott suggested that the flying imams may give rise to a new "John Doe Movement" of the kind portrayed in the Frank Capra film "Meet John Doe." Powerline has already heard from a local attorney or... ... more

Posted at 6:03 PM

Spanish Lessons On Appeasement

In a video issued this month by the Global Islamic Media Front, a hooded man warns that the presence of Spanish troops in Afghanistan "exposes Spain again to threats." However: In response to the latest Islamist threat against Spain, the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (Partido Socialista Obrero Español - PSOE) thought it appropriate to assure Spaniards that "Afghanistan is not Iraq." PSOE officials told news agencies that while the war in Iraq was "illegal," the mission in Afghanistan is being supported by the UN and includes 37 countries. It turns out Islamic terrorists don't care all that much about the... ... more

Posted at 3:22 PM

Facts Prove Salt Lake City Murder Spree Was An Act Of Jihad

... according to some accounts which seem to be confirmed by the videotape soundtrack, Sulejman Talovic shouted "Allahu Akhbar" several times during the shootout with the police just before he was killed. This was never written about in the MSM media. - Feb 21, 2007 .Now we learn that facts have emerged in the case which prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the Bosnian Muslim immigrant's rampage at the Trolley Square shopping mall in Salt Lake City, Utah that killed five people is a textbook study of a jihadist attack. "The white horse is inextricably tied to conceptions of the... ... more

Posted at 2:45 PM

Christian-Arab Predicts World Takeover By Islamists - Unless...

"The world is a dangerous place not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing." - Albert Einstein (HT - Amil Imani)Westerners, both non-Muslims and secular Muslims, and especially our politicians, could learn much from this conversation between a Holocaust survivor living in Herzliya and a Christian-Arab living in the Galilee. The Christian-Arab argues that the first signs of a radical Islamic tsunami that threatens to envelop the world is already here, and though the West doesn't understand, or doesn't want to understand that it is coming, nonetheless, now is the time... ... more

Posted at 11:49 AM

March 18, 2007

Blogburst: Gathering of Eagles is 30,000 strong

Reports on the National Park Service estimate of the Gathering of Eagles turnout show it's 30,000 strong. The silent majority is no longer silent!!! You'll find "Tons of photos" you won't see in the WaPo or NYTimes over at the Hot Air Flickr album (hat tip - Michelle Malkin). Cross posted from Hyscience... ... more

Posted at 11:09 PM

Has Germany Contributed To A 'Parallel Muslim Universe'?

Spiegel Online writes that Germany's Muslim population is becoming more religious and more conservative. Islamic associations are fostering the trend, particularly through their work with the young, which is accelerating a drift towards a parallel Muslim society. Two paragraphs in the long article on "Religious Divisions within Germany" illustrate what LGF refers to as the "heartbreaking truth about the misogyny of Islamic supremacism":... In another regional case, the judges had to decide whether a class excursion was mandatory for a Muslim girl. In their ruling of 2002, they parroted the language of a fatwa issued two years previously. The former... ... more

Posted at 10:57 PM

Signs Of Hope In Iraq

Although there are signs of hope in Iraq, one can't help but notice how truth is so often clouded by agendas and world views. In Tigerhawk's , "The Paradox of Iraqi Optimism," (hat tip PJM) there's an interesting link on the true feelings of Iraqis. A Times of London article on a recent poll taken in Iraq found that the a clear majority of Iraqis believe things are better now than they were under Saddam Hussein, and they're optimistic, despite the fact that one in four Iraqis has had a family member murdered; only 27% think there is a civil... ... more

Posted at 11:30 AM

Iran Snubs UN for Domestic Political Consumption

Iran has no need to enrich uranium for peaceful purposes. It won't have a power plant that can use it until Russia finishes the Bushehr plant, and that is postponed indefinitely. Amir Taheri lays out the details here. Domestically, this is more a matter of internal legitimacy for Iranians, with serious overtones for international security. (crossposted from Satellite News)... ... more

Posted at 3:56 AM

March 17, 2007

Iran TV Antiwar "News" (Iraq)

Broadcast 17 March on Iranian state satellite TV (IRINN) This reminds me of the Pelosi plan. Neither Iran nor the Pelosi Democrats is saying what will happen in Iraq after the US leaves. I don't think the Democrats even have a clear idea, but I can't help thinking the Iranians do. (crossposted from Satellite News)... ... more

Posted at 11:05 PM

March 16, 2007

Souresrafil on Campaign against "300"

On 15 March in his regular program on PARS satellite TV Behrouz Souresrafil reacted strongly to the Iranian government's current campaign against the film 300. He called the film a "computerized cartoon with absolutely no importance" and objected to Iranians reacting to it as if were an important political statement, especially in response to government propaganda, propaganda he labeled as a "calculated plot."... ... more

Posted at 9:11 AM

We Stand To Learn Much About Radical Islam From 'Confrontation at Concordia University - 2002' (5 Must See Videos)

It is a good thing to safeguard liberal values. It is a good thing to keep searching our souls. It is a bad thing to abdicate to evil.

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Posted at 8:09 AM

March 15, 2007

Ahmadinejad Drawing Smaller Crowds

Ahmadinejad speaking to a half-empty Martyr Nasiri Stadium in Yazd Mohsen Rezai's online newspaper baztab reported yesterday that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad drew smaller crowds than expected when he appeared in the city of Yazd on a speaking tour. The results were apparently so disappointing that the president's trip was canceled. The paper said he will not be visiting the cities of Baft and Khatam, as originally planned. The report added that voter turnout in the Province of Yazd was one of the highest in the country in the presidential election. (crossposted from Satellite News)... ... more

Posted at 7:09 PM

March 14, 2007

CAIR Not Looking So Good Under The Light Of Day

.... But then of course, CAIR isn't about truth and the light of day, it's about the darkest side of Islam - the radical Islamic agenda.Although the Islamoapologists at the NYT would have us believe otherwise, CAIR is nothing less than a supporter of the radical Islamic agenda, and terrorists. For a thorough discussion on CAIR's dark side, Karl at Protein Wisdom has a stinging discussion' of CAIR, its leaders, and its agenda. He also exposes the extent of the dishonest reporting by the NYT's MacFarquhar (a must read). As for the stunningly naive CAIR-apologia of New York Times reporter... ... more

Posted at 12:11 PM

March 13, 2007

Syria Up To Old Tricks In Lebanon

If you thought that Syria's interference in Lebanon ended in late 2004 when the UN told Syria it was time to end its interference in Lebanon's affairs and recognize Lebanese sovereignty, you'd be mistaken. Syria has never really accepted international law, and it doesn't appear that it has any plans to begin now. Now we learn that Lebanese police have busted a Syria-based terrorist network grouping operatives from three Arab nationalities on charges of carrying out the twin-bus bombings north of Beirut last month and planning further attacks:... ... more

Posted at 1:29 PM

March 12, 2007

Judge OK's Disney World Trip For Man Linked To Terrorism Investigation

Simply incredible: Even though the man's word has been found worthless by a jury, U.S. District Judge Amy J. St. Eve lets the guy go to DisneyWorld - unmonitored! And the terrorist-loving judge is a 2002 Bush appointee.... ... more

Posted at 3:05 PM

Ted Koppel On The Shocking Truth About Iraq and War on Terror

You won't believe what former "Nightline" anchor Ted Koppel said on Sunday's "Meet the Press," where he made several of what NewsBusters refers to as "truly shocking and compelling statements about the Iraq war and the war on terror that virtually no Democrat or media member is willing to accept or report." As for the "shocking truth," it's shocking only to the liberals and the media that refuse to recognize the facts.... ... more

Posted at 2:40 PM

Berger & Libby: What A Difference A Pary Makes

Yes indeed, what a difference a party makes when it comes to writing "their" version of events. It's clear that Democrats have done a much better job of this than Republicans have. Take for example the difference between Berger's walk from a real crime, or even prosecution for it, and Libby's for not telling the FBI and a grand jury to go take a flying leap! I can't help but wonder, Sandy, what did you really take and why did you take it?... ... more

Posted at 11:57 AM

Human Rights Is Anti-CAIR

Contrary to CAIR's agenda, the Secular Islamists directly confront the elements of Islamic Sharia law that are at variance with otherwise generally accepted principles of human rights...

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Posted at 10:49 AM

March 11, 2007

Message To Journalists: 'Report What's Happening In Iraq' And Let The Surge Succeed

Robert Kagan has a message for American journalists - they don't have to start emphasizing the "good" news. All they have to do is report what is occurring, though it may conflict with their previous judgments. Leading journalists have been reporting for some time that the war was hopeless, a fiasco that could not be salvaged by more troops and a new counterinsurgency strategy. And apparently some are still selling books based on the premise that the war is lost, end of story, which offers more than a little evidence of their bias. As Kagan suggests, it's time they begin... ... more

Posted at 6:17 PM

Telegraph: Islamists Sack Oxford

More trouble in England's universities as Islamists use the fertile grounds of intellectualism to recruit and indoctrinate another generation's radicals, or so reports the Telegraph. Prof Glees will warn the Association of University Chief Security Officers (Aucso) next month that the disbanded extremist group, al-Muhajiroun, claims to have infiltrated "the main campuses such as Cambridge, Oxford, the London School of Economics and Imperial College". His speech on "radicalism in universities" also states that at its peak before the July 7 bombings in 2005, al-Muhajiroun had a presence at "more than 48 universities and faculties", and that Omar Bakri Mohammed, the... ... more

Posted at 3:55 PM

Iranian General That Defected Was Spy For West

It sounds almost like a spy novel, and maybe too much so. On the other hand, if the Times of London version of the story is true, it makes the mullahs look like bungling fools and the West has indeed got a wealth of much needed information on Iran's terror ties. Brigadier General Ali Reza Asgari, 63, Iran's former deputy defence minister who defected to the West last month, apparently (and I do mean "apparently") had been spying on Iran since 2003 when he supposedly had been recruited on an overseas business trip. This weekend he is understood to be... ... more

Posted at 2:59 PM

March 10, 2007

True Insanity At S.F. State: Students Facing Charges For 'Desecration of Allah'

School officials at San Francisco University have charged College Republicans at San Francisco State University who stepped on makeshift Hezbollah and Hamas flags, with "desecrating" the name of Allah (The College Republicans had walked on "a banner with the world 'Allah' written in Arabic script"): The trouble began at an Oct. 17 anti-terrorism rally in which the students stepped on butcher paper painted to resemble the flags of the Middle East terrorist organizations Hamas and Hezbollah. The College Republicans say they simply copied the script from an image on the Internet and didn't know it bore the name of Allah... ... more

Posted at 8:56 AM

March 9, 2007

Secret Network Helped Iranian Defector

Apparently, Gen. Ali Reza Asghari's Feb. 7 disappearance at a hotel in Istanbul days after his wife and other family members left Iran for a purported vacation was neither a kidnapping nor a mystery; it occurred with the help of a well-organized Iranian dissident group and experts say more defectors are on the way as opposition to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad increases within Iran. And it seems that more are planned:The group is currently negotiating with Western intelligence agencies from a hideout somewhere in Europe for a permanent place of exile, sources said. The United States and Israel, fingered by Iran's... ... more

Posted at 11:55 AM

March 8, 2007

A New Enemy in the War on Terror

In light of this post over at 'but that's just my opinion', I've decided to repost the following, Originally Posted 3/25/06 The United States has another enemy in the war on terror. It's not Iran, Syria, or even France. It is Russia. A few weeks ago I wrote about some of the evidence about what happened to the WMD's in Iraq (It has more recently become a favorite topic for bloggers), evidence mysteriously missing from the MSM. What startles me more, however, is the accusations that Russia was implicit in the transportation of WMD's from Iraq to both Syria and... ... more

Posted at 9:19 PM

Moderate Muslims Intimidated In Canada

Moderate Muslims continue to be intimidated by conservative Muslims, not just outside the U.S., but also in America. Like the Nazis who 'removed' dissidents from the streets or the Nazi storm troopers who regularly beat their opposition into submission, Islamists intimidate the free world with their brazen protests, riots, Muslim thugs beating and even killing non-Muslims (and moderate Muslims), death threats to web site owners in the free world, and the open and subtle ntimidation of moderate Muslims. In this first video that was aired on the CBC's "The National" on March 6 2007, this report addresses the threats and... ... more

Posted at 9:01 AM

March 7, 2007

Muslim Websites Target Georgia Motorist for Death

Rusty Shackleford at The Jawa Report writes that since the Gwinnett County (Georgia) authorities don't seem to be taking this seriously, it might be a good idea to get the word out. Maybe we'll all (readers and bloggers) get the ball moving and get an investigation moving. The following is a repost of what was received by email from The Jawa Report: Two U.S. based Islamic websties have called on Muslims to kill the driver of a Georgia registered vehicle displaying an offensive bumper sticker. On February 28 the "Black Lion" blog, a website run by two American Muslims who... ... more

Posted at 2:05 PM

March 6, 2007

Coalition Aircraft Destroys Enemy Anti-Aircraft Gun And The Terrorists That Used It

... As seen on Fox News: Ht - Jawa Report... ... more

Posted at 11:31 PM

Missing Iranian General With Knowledge Of Iranian Nuke Secrets May Be In U.S.

If the story about missing Iranian general, Ali Reza Asgari, having defected to the United States and requested asylum here is true, then consider it a major problem for Iran. Asgari supposedly knows sensitive information about Iran's nuclear and military projects which could strongly counter Iran's claims of peaceful intentions for its nuclear program. Asgari, 63, served in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, and held a senior position in the Guards' branch in Lebanon from the 1990s. One of the Asgari's assignments was to strengthen ties with Hizballah and supervise the transfer of Iranian instructors to Hizballah training camps in Lebanon.... ... more

Posted at 2:28 PM

Stop Beating Around The Bush

... And just name Pelosi defacto president. Isn't that what Webb's bill to deny funding for the Bush administration to take military action against Iran without first getting congressional approval? Jules apparently agrees!... ... more

Posted at 2:10 PM

The Iraq War Could Go Much Better

... if only the Elephants and the Donkeys would join in singing Kumbaya together ... Not a bad idea, there's much to be said about getting on the same page and winning!... ... more

Posted at 2:05 PM

Egypt Sliding Into The Stone Age

Whisper of Madness has it that Egypt is de-evolving at a momentum faster than the rest of the world can advance, and that a prime example is that Yahia Ragheb Daqruri, Egyptian judge and president of the judges syndicate has released a report stating that women judges are un-Islamic and not in accordance with Sharia law. On what basis you ask? Because it's inappropriate for a women to be, "alone in a room with two or more male judges" deliberating. Right of course! Besides that, even if men could by some means overcome their animalistic nature and not rape a... ... more

Posted at 1:43 PM

Forgive Me If You Think Me Insensitive Senator Obama - But Haven't Blacks Played The 'Victim Card' Long Enough?

From the very day of Obama's Feb. 10 presidential announcement, I've had reservations about his membership in the Afrocentric Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago and his allegiance to the teachings of his spiritual mentor, the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. (Trinity United more resembles a cult than a church, and clearly embraces things African above things American). Obama's position on the Iraq war and the War on Terror had already soured me on the man, after all, who in his right mind could consider a man for president who attempts to deceive the American public with "bait and... ... more

Posted at 8:32 AM

March 5, 2007

UNC Student Continues His Jihad, Shouting "Death to Israel" And Threatening Judge

Remember drive-by jihadist Mohammed Taheri-azar? As Daniel Pipes noted back in March 2006: Mr. Taheri-azar represents the ultimate Islamist nightmare: a seemingly well-adjusted Muslim whose religion inspires him, out of the blue, to murder non-Muslims. Mr. Taheri-azar acknowledged planning his jihad for more than two years, or during his university sojourn. It's not hard to imagine how his ideas developed, given the coherence of Islamist ideology, its immense reach (including a Muslim Student Association at UNC), and its resonance among many Muslims.Well, the very same Mr. Taheri-azar was up before a judge to discuss letters he'd written to the local... ... more

Posted at 1:57 PM

C'mon Obama, Tell Us More

... about how a humiliating abandonment of Iraq to a bloodbath fueled by Iran and al-Qaeda will build our credibility as a force to be reckoned with, or even paid attention to, in the Middle East. This guy is soooo... full of it! When he's pandering for votes he says a threat from Islamothugs is real, but in another breath he theorizes that fighting Iran's proxies in Iraq is strengthening Iran - ignoring the very real and even larger threat (than Hamas to Israel) threat to the entire Middle East of the Islamists winning in Iraq. And how does Obama... ... more

Posted at 12:54 PM

Islam Flourishing Among American Blacks

Imams and experts are saying that Islam is growing fast among African Americans, who are undeterred by increased scrutiny of Muslims in the United States since the September 11 attacks. What was it I said about the easiest mislead and most naive among our electorate? Perhaps "Black Muslims" would find this interesting. And I wonder if they know that the number of Palestinian civilians killed in their relentless conflict with Israel over the last 40 years is less than the average number of Africans killed by Islam each month!... ... more

Posted at 9:21 AM

Former Al-Zawahiri Ally Tawfik Hamid at Secular Islam Summit

Former Al-Zawahiri associate, Tawfik Hamid spoke on the dangers of radical Islam at the Secular Islam Summit on March 4, 2007: "Radical Islam is the problem, moderate Islam is the solution." In the video, Tawfik Hamid is introduced by one of the organizers of the Intelligence Summit and gives a moving 3 minute speech: In this video, Wafa Sultan Accepts an Award at Secular Islam Summit: More on the conference, along with additional links, at Gateway Pundit.... ... more

Posted at 9:03 AM

Whittling Away At Our Existing Order, UK Muslims Continue To Demand Special Attention

Muslim schools in the UK continue to get special treatment while demanding the same from the UK's public schools. Readers may recall that last month, King Fahad Academy, a west London school funded by the Saudi government, was condemned for using text books that described Jews as "pigs". At the same time, the Muslim Council of Britain accused state schools of failing to respect Muslim wishes and called on headmasters to open prayer rooms, introduce single changing cubicles, overhaul sex education and reschedule exams outside Ramadan. Now we are learning that more than half of private Muslim schools have not... ... more

Posted at 7:49 AM

March 4, 2007

Does Al Gore Dream Of Becoming The World's Global-Warming Junk Bond King ? (Updated)

First Gore invented the Internet. Is he now working on global warming junk bonds? More just keeps coming out of the blogosphere about Al Gore's "carbon neutral" lifestyle being more publicity stunt and money making machine than a way of life for us mere mortals not privy to benefiting from the great Gore "green" delusion? (It turns out that there's much more to Gore's GREEN machine than the color of a little MONEY - it's the color of LOTS of money) If you're wondering what the connection is between Al Gore, carbon offsets, Generation Investment Management, the notorious junk-bond king... ... more

Posted at 9:46 AM

March 3, 2007

Gore's 'Carbon Offsets' Paid To Firm He Owns

To say that Al Gore is full of hot air is downplaying the extent of his BS. C'mon Al, shouldn't you have been telling us the whole story about your "carbon neutral" lifestyle being more publicity stunt and money making machine than a way of life for us mere mortals not privy to benefiting from the great Gore green delusion? And while you're at it Al, shouldn't you be telling your fellow greens more about London-based Generation Investment Management? Generation Investment Management's U.S. branch is headed by a former Gore staffer and fund-raiser, Peter S. Knight, who once was the... ... more

Posted at 8:08 AM

March 2, 2007

Update On Jihad Professor at Kent State

Yes, indeed, we all saw this one coming: Professor Julio "Assad" Pino, the jihad-spewing associate professor of history at Kent State, says he is an advocate for free speech. But let us not be fooled by Pino's use of free speech to support Islamic supremacism and the murder of US citizens. Cross posted from Hyscience... ... more

Posted at 12:25 PM

March 1, 2007

Behrouz Souresrafil on PARS TV: 'America has surrendered and '

After our post yesterday titled, "There Are 'Good' Reasons For Talks With Iran And Syria?," in which I discussed the views of Dan Riehl, Jules Crittenden, and others views on talking with Iran, these comments by Behrouz Souresrafil appear to offer an interesting follow up: Talks will soon begin between America and the Islamic Republic, first between the ambassadors of these nations, Iraq, Syria, Iran and America in Iraq and later the foreign ministers of these nations. In my view, and forgive me if I am speaking to you hopelessly, the Islamic Republic will build the atomic bomb, Israel will... ... more

Posted at 7:36 AM




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