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  • More inter-Muslim violence in Serbia (Wahhabi Attacks)

    11/05/2006 7:54:57 AM PST · by kronos77 · 6 replies · 468+ views
    November 5, 2006 -- At least two people have been shot and one held in custody on charges of attempting to commit a murder, after the shooter was attacked by members of the Wahabi sect in a southwestern Serbian town of Novi Pazar. Izet Fijuljanin, 37, was attacked by three members of a Wahabi Islamic sect, certain Gicic and two members of Smajilovic family who begun pounding with sticks on Fijuljanin's car that was parked in front of the Arab Mosque in the city's center. Fijuljanin then shot several times in the direction of the attackers. Witnesses say that the...
  • Understanding the Origins of Wahhabism and Salafism

    10/10/2006 12:06:22 PM PDT · by neverdem · 14 replies · 1,346+ views
    The Jamestown Foundation ^ | July 15, 2005 | Trevor Stanley
    NVM: Modules     Volume 3, Issue 14 (July 15, 2005) | Download PDF Version Understanding the Origins of Wahhabism and Salafism By Trevor Stanley The phenomenon of Islamic terrorism cannot be adequately explained as the export of Saudi Wahhabism, as many commentators claim. In fact, the ideological heritage of groups such as al-Qaeda is Salafism, a movement that began in Egypt and was imported into Saudi society during the reign of King Faisal. The official ‘Wahhabi’ religion of Saudi Arabia has essentially merged with certain segments of Salafism. There is now intense competition between groups and individual scholars...
  • Are We Any Safer?

    10/05/2006 3:56:00 PM PDT · by Retain Mike · 7 replies · 592+ views
    U.S. Navaql Institute Proceedings ^ | September 2006 | John Lehman
    Products Site Content Five Years Later: Are We Any Safer? John Lehman Proceedings, September 2006 Discuss in the eForum. Timeline: Major Islamic Extremist Attacks A former secretary of the Navy and member of the 9/11 Commission identifies the real enemy in the current war and assesses progress. GREG E. MATHIESON According to the author (left)-here, with fellow 9/11 commissioner, Washington attorney Richard Ben-Veniste (right)-the commission's report on the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks and its recommendations for what the United States should do to prevent such attacks from happening again have been largely ignored. Are we winning the war? The...
  • Wahhabi Colonialism

    09/25/2006 4:38:43 AM PDT · by Valin · 3 replies · 436+ views ^ | 9/24/06 | Melik Kaylan
    Pope Benedict XVI recently cited a Byzantine-era critique of Islam, and the usual hubbub of outrage ensued. Various self-appointed and official Islamic spokesmen (they're always men), including the head of Turkey's religious affairs directorate (why does Turkey have one?), responded sharply in the name of their faith. One might argue that a confident, evolved religion welcomes all kinds of open debate. Or one might in tone gravely that the West continues to mishandle its relations with the umma -- the sphere of active Muslim believers -- with the implied assumption that there is such a unified entity of tens of...
  • “The Wahhabi Invasion of America”

    09/12/2006 1:50:51 PM PDT · by Founding Father · 46 replies · 2,016+ views
    “The Wahhabi Invasion of America” Reza F. Safa, author of Inside Islam, estimates that since 1973, the Saudi government has spent an unbelievable $87B to promote Wahhabism in the United States, Africa, Southeast Asia and Europe. According to official Saudi information, Saudi funds have been used to build and maintain over 1,500 mosques, 202 colleges, 210 Islamic Centers wholly or partly financed by Saudi Arabia, and almost 2,000 schools for educating Muslim children in non-Islamic countries in Europe, North and South America, Australia and Asia. The Kingdom has fully or partially financed Islamic Centers in Los Angeles; San Francisco; Fresno;...
  • Saudi sympathy for al-Qaeda still runs strong

    09/05/2006 7:01:08 AM PDT · by Dark Skies · 8 replies · 319+ views
    Mail & Guardian Online ^ | 9/5/2006 | Andrew Hammond
    Two jailbreaks and a series of arrests in recent months suggest that sympathy for al-Qaeda militants in Saudi Arabia still runs strong despite a government crackdown, analysts said this week. The authorities in the world's biggest oil exporter say they have seized nearly 80 al-Qaeda members or sympathisers from around the country over the last three months. Four of them are among six men who escaped from a detention centre in Riyadh in June. The authorities also said that prisoners who escaped a higher level prison earlier this year could also be linked to al Qaeda. Saudi commentators say there...
  • The "Islamophobes" That Aren't-Wahhabi lobby's targets anyone opposed to Islamist terrorism.

    04/28/2005 5:40:53 AM PDT · by SJackson · 52 replies · 4,484+ views
    Tech Central Station | Frontpagemagazine ^ | April 28, 2005 | Stephen Schwartz
    The Wahhabi lobby's "profiling" targets anyone opposed to Islamist terrorism. The "Islamophobes" That Aren't By Stephen SchwartzTech Central Station | April 28, 2005A continuous propaganda of grievance emanates from the Wahhabi lobby in America - the range of organizations that make up the country's "Islamic" establishment. Backed by Saudi Arabia and its state cult, which is the most extreme form of the religion of Muhammad, as well as by the Muslim Brotherhood (based in Egypt), and the jihadist Jama'ati movement in Pakistan, these groups have benign names: the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR),...
  • Interpol alert after Qaeda men flee Saudi jail (Sauds up to no good again)

    07/12/2006 2:33:28 PM PDT · by LSUfan · 10 replies · 556+ views
    Reuters ^ | 12 July 06 | Unknown
    Interpol issued a worldwide alert yesterday over the escape of seven “suspected Al Qaeda-linked terrorists” from a Saudi prison and voiced concern that it had only learned of the jailbreak from the press. The world police organisation said it was the second time in six months that it had found out from the media about a major prison escape, following the flight of 13 convicted militants and 10 other inmates in Yemen in February.
  • The Saudi Fifth Column On Our Nation's Campuses

    06/19/2006 7:47:59 AM PDT · by Mel Gibson · 12 replies · 584+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | April 5, 2004 | Lee Kaplan
    From Riyadh to Ramallah to the Ivy League, Saudi Arabia’s “Wahhabi Lobby” is funding the goals of radical Islam and undermining America’s War On Terror. The press has reported the Department of Justice’s closures of Saudi “charitable” fronts like the Muslim World League, the Al-Haramain Foundation, the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO), and others that raised money for al-Qaeda, Hamas and Islamic Jihad.1 But the government has so far ignored an even larger network of Saudi front groups working to establish the party line on our nation’s campuses. This network is embedded deep within our system of higher education, including...
  • YMCA warned to vacate Hamas town (ROP Alert)

    04/20/2006 10:26:33 PM PDT · by Jacob Kell · 6 replies · 581+ views ^ | April 21, 2006 | Aaron Klein
    JERUSALEM -- The leadership of a West Bank Palestinian city now controlled by Hamas has warned a local Young Men's Christian Association to close its offices and leave town or face likely Muslim violence, WorldNetDaily has learned. The move highlighted long-standing fears Hamas would use its win in last January's Palestinian parliamentary elections to impose an anti-Christian, anti-Jewish hard-line Islamist regime in the West Bank and Gaza.
  • America's Elites and Saudi Money (important read)

    04/20/2006 8:22:03 AM PDT · by Dark Skies · 26 replies · 867+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | 4/20/2006 | Lee Kaplan
    On March 29th, 2006 the drive-by media failed to report the scuttling of a new bill in the House of Representatives. H.R. bill 609 would have amended the Higher Education Act of 1965 and required America’s colleges and universities to report any donations received from Saudi Arabia as part of the Title VI international education bill. The new bill, dubbed the Burton Amendment to the College Access and Opportunity Act, was put before one chamber of Congress by Congressman Dan Burton® of Indiana, and would have required US colleges and universities to report such donations through the Integrated Postsecondary Education...
  • An Email I wanted to share with you - "Why we are in IRAQ"

    04/16/2006 1:40:56 PM PDT · by EndWelfareToday · 12 replies · 1,165+ views
    The Klose Report | Monday, April 17, 2006 1:40 AM | Raymond S. Kraft
    Sent: Monday, April 17, 2006 1:40 AM  Subject: Special Klose Report - why we are in IRAQ. Some people need to be reminded over and over about some things.  If you don't have to time to read this long article now, pigeon hole it  and  read it when you have more time.  It's very interesting...........   John Francis sends... Why we are in IRAQ. Subject: An Important History LessonHere is a post from Raymond S. Kraft, a California lawyer, that sheds light on the Big Picture! Sixty-three years ago, Nazi Germany had overrun almost all of Europe and hammered England...
  • Saudi Arabia arrests Eastern-rite Catholic priest for celebrating Mass

    04/05/2006 8:09:31 PM PDT · by pravknight · 28 replies · 1,003+ views
    Oriental Orthodox Yahoo! Listserv
    20 minutes ago Fr. George Joshua of Malankara Catholic Church, (native of Ramapuram, near Kayamkulam, Alleppy Dist, Kerala, India) along with four altar boys, were apprehend by the religious police of Saudi Arabia during the celebration of Holy Eucharistic Service. Fr. George was visiting Saudi Arabia for the Holy week service. PLEASE PASS THIS INFORMATION FOR PRAYER SUPPORT AND POLITICAL AND DIPLOMATIC PRESSURE FOR THE RELEASE OF THE PRIEST AND ALTAR BOYS.
  • With Friends Like This...(Let’s talk about the UAE)

    02/24/2006 4:45:51 PM PST · by Frank T · 47 replies · 918+ views
    The National Review ^ | February 24, 2006 | Alex Alexiev
    Proponents of the Dubai Ports transaction make two main arguments that in their view prove conclusively that the deal is in the best interests of the United States: First, that guaranteeing our ports security means that they will remain in the hands of U.S. authorities and, second, that the UAE is a friendly country cooperating with the U.S. military in a variety of ways and thus contributing to the war on terror. What if, for the sake of argument, we agree that both of these assumptions are true, yet there are nonetheless compelling reasons to oppose the deal on national-security...
  • The Treatment of Infidels in Saudi Arabia — a Time to Apologise?

    02/20/2006 5:51:56 AM PST · by Dark Skies · 9 replies · 795+ views ^ | 2/20/2009 | Khaled Waleed
    This is how we treat the infidels in Saudi Arabia: We abuse the non-Muslims living and working in Saudi Arabia all the time, especially the Christians and the Jews. We call them grandsons of pigs and monkeys. We say this openly, everywhere, particularly in mosques. We do not respect any religions except Islam. This is the Saudi official policy: all religions other than Islam are false. Only Islam is the true religion. To accomplish this extremely bigoted notion, the Saudi state policy is to convert to Islam as many infidels as possible. So, proselytising for Islam is a major activity...
  • PRISON POISON (Radical Islam in NY prisons)

    01/10/2006 6:18:27 PM PST · by neverdem · 8 replies · 639+ views
    NYPOST.COM ^ | January 10, 2006 | STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
    EXTREMIST chaplains' domination and intimidation of Muslim believers incarcerated in New York prisons remains a major problem. Worse, the state Department of Correctional Services (DCS) is fighting to preserve this dangerous status quo. Last week's illegal-weapon charges against Warith Deen Umar, the former chief Muslim chaplain of the state prison system, were one sign. The raid this past weekend on his upstate home by NYPD counterterror cops was another. Born Wallace Gene Marks, Umar — now 61 — was once an adherent of Louis Farrakhan, with the alias Wallace 10X. He began his activities as a prison chaplain in 1975....
  • U.S.-based prof agrees with Iranian president (Religion of Peace/IslamoNazi Alerts)

    01/06/2006 8:07:01 PM PST · by Jacob Kell · 21 replies · 801+ views ^ | January 6, 2006 |
    A U.S.-based Saudi professor and former U.N. fellow says he agrees with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that the Holocaust is a "myth" and says America eventually will collapse like the Soviet Union. Abdullah Muhammad Sindi, who has taught at four American schools, told Iran's Mehr News Agency Dec. 26, "I agree wholeheartedly with President Ahmadinejad."
  • How to Win in Iraq

    12/22/2005 7:17:14 PM PST · by Retain Mike · 9 replies · 609+ views
    U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings | December 2005 | LTCol Terence J. Daly, USAR (retired)
    How to Win In Iraq Lieutenant Colonel Terence J. Daly, U.S. Army Reserve (Retired) Proceedings, December 2005 Sidebar: Recommended Reading (and Viewing) on Counterinsurgency Discuss this article in the eForum. "The population's attitude in the middle stage of the war is dictated not so much by the relative popularity and merits of the opponents as by the more primitive concern for safety. Which side gives the best protection, which one threatens the most, which one is likely to win, these are the criteria governing the population's stand." --David Galula Counterinsurgency Warfare: Theory and Practice U.S. ARMY (KATHY JO YOUNG) We...
  • TROUBLE IN THE HOLY LAND Child on TV: Jews are 'dogs, villains' (Religion of Peace Alert)

    12/22/2005 5:00:48 PM PST · by Jacob Kell · 12 replies · 981+ views ^ | December 22, 2005 |
    Saudi television featured an interview with a young Palestinian girl who called Jews "villains" and "dogs" and said the Palestinians have no desire for peace with Israel. In the segment on Iqra TV aired Dec. 7, the young girl said that in 1948, "the Jews occupied our land, our country. They drove us out of our homes, and put us in tents. Then they would destroy our homes. They'd put our clothes out on the sand, and then demolish the homes. They would get them out, destroy their homes, demolish and bring them down." The excerpt, translated by the Middle...
  • New Security Realities and al-Qaeda’s Changing Tactics: An Interview with Saad al-Faqih

    12/18/2005 9:36:43 PM PST · by Wiz · 3 replies · 486+ views
    Jamestown Foundation ^ | 2005 Dec 15 | Mahan Abedin
    Dr. Saad al-Faqih heads the Saudi opposition group, Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA), and is a widely acknowledged expert on al-Qaeda. Terrorism Monitor Editor Mahan Abedin conducted this interview December 12, 2005 in London. Mahan Abedin: What is the latest information on terrorism in Saudi Arabia? Saad al-Faqih: The latest general trend is that the jihadis have abandoned their previous tactics of targeting Westerners and the security forces. The jihadis are now focusing all their attention on the royal family. Two factors have driven this change. Firstly, the jihadis had previously avoided targeting the royals for fear of...