Skip to comments.How to Handle the Koran; Official D.O.D. Guidelines. (No Similar Rules for Christian Bible)
Posted on 06/07/2005 7:26:41 PM PDT by fight_truth_decay
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a new Koran .... $59.99
Shipping ... $5.00
The look on the insurgent's face when he realizes it was printed in Israel ... Priceless
Following ICRC's reports who have been granted access to the secretive camp since January 2002, the Defense Department command in Guantanamo issued almost three pages of detailed, written guidelines for treatment of Korans. ICRC representatives did not receive any other complaints or document similar incidents following the issuance of the guidelines on Jan. 19, 2003.
Also, the New York Magazine found that Arabic-language editions of Newsweek did not carry the retraction of the alleged Koran-flushing story that ran in the English-language. Who's the Inflammer?
Now here's how each prisoner is treated at Guantánamo:
They get a toothbrush, mint-flavored toothpaste, a bottle of "Lively Salon" antidandruff shampoo, soap, flip flops, a foam sleeping mat, two buckets, a washcloth, a canteen, a prayer cap, two blankets, a sheet, a Koran and two towels, one for praying.
And, strangely, they get to write home. It's not that the U.S. military has a soft spot for the mothers of the Taliban or al-Qaida. Instead, base officials try to glean the prisoners' real names from the letters, as many tend to give multiple aliases during interrogations.
When they're done, they're assigned to the cells in which they will begin their new lives. These are 8-feet-square, with chain-link sides and tin roofs. The Halogen lights stay on all night. (Just like the Red Roof Inns ;) )
The next day starts with prayer call about 5 a.m. A sign on a pole at the edge of the camp points the direction to Mecca. The prisoners come from 31 countries, including Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Pakistan, Algeria, England, Egypt, Australia, France, Russia, Belgium and Sweden. Base officials say there are Christian prisoners as well as Muslims.
After prayer, the detainees' day goes like this: breakfast, a shower (every other day), sick call, noon prayer, lunch, recreation (15 minutes a couple of times a week), mail call, sunset prayer, dinner, evening prayer and bedtime around 9 p.m. For dinner they get white rice, red beans, a banana and water.
On one side of the scales I see Americans beheaded..then on the other side I see "All the Above".
How to handle the koran ?
"step 1: place the koran on the ground
step 2: spray it with some cheap petrol
step 3: torch it.
step 4: the end."
Smokey the Bear says you forgot the last step:
Step 5: Douse with porcine urine, stir ashes, then douse again.
Christians do not need rules because we don't worship an image (bible).
Savage is a freakiin nut job! I wonder how many CHRISTIANS ARE BEING HELD IN GITMO? Or in ABU GRAEB?
I would urinate on them, I would rip out their pages and clean the excrement from my body with then. I would desecrate them in any manner which I could think. I would urinate in their so-called holy places as they did in the Church of the Nativity. I would defecate on their altars. I would burn their so-called holy scrolls to cook hot dogs and hope the fat of pigs fell on their ashes. I would bring dogs and pigs into their so-called holy places to urinate and defecate as they need.
If any of the cult of that false prophet don't like it, they may kiss my gluetei or my anal sphincter before I shot them with a bullet dipped in the rendered fat of a pig!
Thanks for posting. Savage's recitation of these idiotic rules was powerful.
They left out the most important rule:
Hang on crapper wall to replace the Sears catalog.
Savage is spot on. These savages will kill us in a New York minute and we're worried about paper that was printed who knows where. If we don't get some balls and forget the PC crap, we're done. They care less about our culture and are using our beliefs against us. This is a battle to the end and we must start to realize that we need fight to win, not appease. That's the way I see it.
Yes, and that is why the NYT and other media outlets trying to undermine this reasonable part of our overall strategy are treasonous.
I would like to see the Wahabbists kept (and thrown) out of the US as seditious, but that doesn't invalidate what I said.
Open borders is idiocy, CAFTA would find a defender in Adam Smith, while divide-and-conqueror is how successful empires throughout history have dealt with large but disorganized threats. Islam is such a threat. I'm sorry to say post-9/11 through no choice of our own, we have to think and behave like an empire or we will soon cease to be a constitutional republic.
Isn't this blatantly "respecting an establishment of religion" by the U.S. Government?
Why bother? Just have some extras, bring the extras in some kind of suitable case, and trade them on a periodic basis.
Why bother? Just have some extras, bring the extras in some kind of suitable case, and trade them on a periodic basis. (And inspect when out of sight)
Shouldn't we also be forced to kiss the Koran whenever we see one?
Destroy them, level their dwellings, salt the earth, crap on the Korans for good measure. Cause the few survivors to piss themselves in terror just thinking about the USA.
In the meantime, though, the politicians will grovel in fear of Moo outrage. Until a few of them get blown up the next time.
At the moment we have a war on and the funny little foreign people who wear bedsheets have to be kept pacified insofar as is possible
BTW, Pancho Villa invaded the United States and as he did so one of his riflemen shot out a town clock. It remains stopped at 4-11
Sometimes they'd have trouble and have to disperse the population of course.
I think that's what you are talking about with "divide and conquer" ~ this dispersal business ~ but with Rome it was rare.
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