Skip to comments.There is a wedding, and invited to attend
Posted on 03/29/2009 4:13:46 PM PDT by Cindy
SNIPPET: "Is Tsedkon that I told you there was a large wedding ... and soon .."
(Excerpt) Read more at wincoast.com ...
Hat Tip: Oorang’s ping/post on The Threat Matrix at FreeRepublic.com
Is it hughly series? Or can I go take a shower?
stepping back in time...
Quote - Snippet:
Law Enforcement Tactics
The FBI utilized a set of new anti-terrorism tools that became available in the War on Terror including improved surveillance, interrogation of enemy combatants and a free flow of information between criminal investigators and intelligence officers
The prosecution never accused any of the six of planning an attack on U.S. soil. The case instead focused on their intention to plan a future attack. They argued that the group was waiting for direction from al-Qaeda leaders
Surveillance led to the capture of the cell before the big meal could be accomplished. In the past, wedding was a code-word for attack, so authorities became alarmed when a word similar to any sort of code was used
Translation of the translation: "Bring yer Kevlar umbrellas for the Predators. Par-tay!"
Thank you for the bump.
Off Topic (I believe) from the original post, but still on the topic of weddings:
SNIPPET - quote:
We have also seen the publication of a couple of unusual videos featuring Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, one with him delivering a funeral sermon in front of a crowd of several hundred people, and another showing him at a large wedding alongside half the jihadi community in Zarqa.
Saw some related translations from IH. Interesting and needs further investigations.
ADDING to post no. 9:
stepping back in time...
In Jihadist Haven, a Goal: To Kill and Die in Iraq (Most Suicide Bombers From Outside Iraq)
New York Times ^ | 4 May 2007 | SOUAD MEKHENNET and MICHAEL MOSS
Posted on May 4, 2007 2:52:58 PM PDT by shrinkermd
This article is anecdotal recounting of a young man from outside Iraq who did his best to martyr himself. What is important, is the recounting of actually who is and who is not a suicide bomber. Remember, these bombers have been described as fomenting a civil war and proof positive of a civil war.
This is not the case as can be seen below:
“...The stories of the men from Zarqa help explain the seemingly endless supply of suicide bombers in Iraq, most of whom are believed to be foreigners.
“...Suicide bombings in Iraq are averaging roughly 42 a month, American military officials said.
“...In April, a pair of truck bombers killed nine American soldiers, another bomber blew himself up in the Green Zone killing one member of Parliament, and others killed more than 290 civilians.]
“...The anger among militants in Zarqa, a mostly Sunni city [in Jordan], is now directed at Shiites as much as Americans, reflecting the escalation in hostility between the two branches of Islam since Shiites gained dominance in the new Iraqi government. They have traditions that are un-Islamic and they hate the Sunnis, said Ahmad Khalil Abdelaziz Salah, an imam whose mosque in Zarqa was attended by some of Zarqas bomb
(Excerpt) Read more at nytimes.com ...
“...needs further investigations.”
Thank you Jet Jaguar.
As with breaking news... it can change.
Yes it can.
You’re welcome Velveeta.
does تصدقون that you that there is a great wedding ... and soon ...
the wedding of wedding and circumcision is not عقيقه and engagement, but the wedding ...
the JAL Nahni is stationed saikh and mujahiddin Jihad Osama bin Laden saying ... وطاغوت die each year and best ...
the wedding will blend the دمعتان ýñí مكلوم from the heart of the freed and hypocrisy of the freed from the heart known ...
will rejoicing supporters salafia days and assess the ولائما and Sue flags with cheers from, zoom in there behind the curtain اقوام crying and their right to cry was gone, noettestad طاغوتهم granted gave and lift and place them اقواما and اقواما ...
to understand the objective is invited to the concert and either mixed with him on the wedding invitation came with only tmezi Esber and wait for ويؤمئذ muminun, naserallah rejoicing
Thank you LayoutGuru2 for the additional translation.
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