Jihad


Can you tell me  where you can find the following quotes?

“I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man. She must be quiet.”

“Your women are your fields, so go into your fields whichever way you like…”

“Go, now, attacxxxx and deal with him and all that he has under the ban. Do not spare him, but kill men and women, children and infants, oxen and sheep, camels and asses.”

“When thy XXXX was revealing to the angels, ‘I am with you; so confirm the believers. I shall cast into the unbelievers’ hearts terror; so smite above the necks, and smite every finger of them!’”

“You shall not behave thus toward XXX your XXX, for every abominable act which XXXX hates they have done for their XXXX; for they even burn their sons and daughters in the fire to XXXX.

“Slay the idolaters”

“Happy those who seize your children and smash them against a rock.”

On the last post an Article appearing  on the Atlantic

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/03/what-isis-really-wants/384980/

drew a lot of interest. It gives an accurate account as to the operational differences between  Al-Qaeda and  Daesh.  One is a militant organization the other  an “extremist militant group and self-proclaimed Islamic state and caliphate.”  Both operate out of the dogmatic  teachings found on the  Quran and have terror as a law  and the tool to justify evil.

Does Al-Qaeda and Daesh  want different things?  Yes, if you want to go off on some tangent–What matters, what we need to declare is a jihad on jihadists. The message needs to be more than the great military of the United States is coming for you–they already understand this and know the limitations–the message needs to be the people of the world are coming for you, no limits.

You can label, compartmentalize, and categorize the current situation but it’s too fluid in my opinion.

The Quran, the Bible or any religious  text are mainly  violent propaganda manuals with smattering of peaceful passages to mask the worst aspects. We need to move away from religion. But before that, we need to scorch the earth of violent  groups that poison the message of billions of faithful people; which is we don’t need to preach death to have religion.

Al-Qaeda and Daesh are contemporary problems born out of complex contemporary  issues, secondary to the discussion  is  what’s rooted in ancient decree–The majority of Muslims have rejected the violence, they know that their interest lie in peaceful coexistence.

I think the one thing that a lot people overlook, myself included, is the following found in the Atlantic article:

“…Before the caliphate, “maybe 85 percent of the Sharia was absent from our lives,” Choudary told me. “These laws are in abeyance until we have khilafa”—a caliphate—“and now we have one.”

This illustrates the main problem facing muslims today-before the radical minds  took over, people reasoned out the dogmatic extreme aspects of Islam out just like Christians and people of other faiths have done for their respective religions for hundreds of years.

The time for discourse ( with the  caliphates, the military leaders ) is over, the time to find common ground never existed under the sword of Islam–once extremism is dealt with, it can never be eradicated, Muslims in countries under extremist siege will move their religion to what millions of peaceful Muslims around the world practice.

Muslims are not sitting  at home plotting to kill you, Muslims do not want to shove their religion down you throat, Muslims do not want to rule the world –only the  fringe minority does, the psychopaths,  the promoters of destruction, the ones drunk with blood lust–they use the ancient dogma to instill fear and take control, in this regard there is no difference between Al-Qaeda and Daesh.

Just in case anyone forgets this is what is important:

EXPLICIT IMAGES:

http://www.catholic.org/news/international/middle_east/story.php?id=56481

http://www.redflagnews.com/headlines-2015/unedited-videos-of-paris-attacks-by-isis-warning-graphic

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938 Responses to Jihad

  1. waverly says:

    I normally don’t promote the use of Facebook. But in this case I’ll go with whatever works.

    Stop Saudi Arabia from supporting Terrorism

    • FOUR EYES says:

      Is there one for stopping US from doing the same??….8-)

      • waverly says:

        I think this does both.

        Click the link and heck out the picture of the Suadi’s and the US (Obama) holding a “baby” terrorist.

        • waverly says:

          Check out the picture.

          • FOUR EYES says:

            I looked–it’s good, Wavey..I just don’t touch FB, but I hope the movement makes progress and isn’t quelled in the name of national security or something….8-)

          • fancykat says:

            Sorry waverly but the child Obama is holding has a long beard. Not a real picture. I get a lot of this kind of crap in e-mails. Have since Obama became president.

            • waverly says:

              That is the whole point. This is not crap, it is for real.

              The picture on the child is the head of the Daesh terrorist organization.

              The picture is saying that both the US and Saudi Arabia have caused the rise of these terrorists. That is to say the US and Saudi Arabia are the “parents” of this “evil child” terrorist organization.

  2. waverly says:

    VIDEO: Manufacturing Terror: How Saudi Arabia Helped Create Islamic State – Truthdig

    During the September interview with Mint Press News, Kiriakou—the 2015 winner of the PEN Center’s “First Amendment Award”—explains that the United States’ relationship with the House of Saud started with Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1943, who declared at the time that the defense of Saudi Arabia was vital for the defense of the United States. A deal was struck in which Saudi Arabia gave the U.S. control of its airspace and access to its oil fields. In return, the Saudi government gained control over the oil market and access to U.S. military hardware, Kiriakou explains.

    Since the deal was made, Saudi Arabia has been behind the rise of radical groups such as Islamic State, Kiriakou says.

    http://www.truthdig.com/avbooth/item/video_former_cia_agent_john_kiriakou_saudi_arabia_islamic_state_20151116.

  3. FOUR EYES says:

    DAESH….8-)

  4. Tío Azúcar says:

    So, where does Daesh get all those new Toyota trucks? It looks like they’re doing Toyota promos……..

  5. bebe says:

    May Abdelhamid Abaaoud rest in pieces.

    He is dead now so he can not kill anymore when dead but there are perhaps thousands more terrorists masterminding somewhere.
    And Bush, Cheney are running free while they opened up this can of warms while enjoying their wealth bathing in oil . :/

    • Jack Charles says:

      This is how the us fights terrorists:

    • FOUR EYES says:

      The whole neoliberal cabal needs a kangaroo court..Oh, hiya, BB!….8-)

    • I feel there’s always another boogeyman just waiting out there. After wiping out bin Laden, it didn’t end terrorism.

      • bebe says:

        Just listening to NPR in my car. They are talking in details for one hour.
        ISIS was formed from al-Qaeda in another name from disgruntled Saddam loyalist after “Iraq was invaded by BUSH.”. Bin Laden perhaps was not after other Muslims.

        Now that villain Cheney ( GOPs) blaming Obama for everything when they are the real villains.

        • I just feel like we’re not getting to the root causes of terrorism. We celebrate taking these jerks out … but then new ones always seem to pop up.

          • Tío Azúcar says:

            In this particular case it’s a bit late to get to the roots. Education would help kill it at the roots, never allowing it to take hold. Give people an education, medical care and a promising future and the extremists lose their audience.
            Confronted with Daesh the only real option is to cut the head off the serpent.

            • Maybe, but who’s to say another group doesn’t arise? Al Qaida is all but vanished, but a new group took its place, one that actually manages to be worse in a lot of ways. These people are angry, they come from repressive regimes, we’ve been mucking around in that part of the world since the Balfour Declaration, they’re angry about the Palestinians, etc. As long as all those conditions continue, fundamentalism and terrorism will thrive. You call it a serpent, I call it a Hydra. I wish I had an answer. I just see the vicious cycle continuing.

              • bebe says:

                Exactly..they metamorphose from previous name and becomes more brutal and barbaric. One thing to remember Bin Laden had 54 some children. Some of these killed had breeding grounds. There was one ( forgot the name) was killed and became a martyr was one low life plotting to kill openly but secretly was frequenting prostitute quarters in America.
                Yuck

              • waverly says:

                It’s going to be a revolving door of new terrorist organizations popping up all the time. We have no choice but to remain ever vigilant.

                One of the major things the US can do is to stop “sleeping” with Saudi Arabia. They are not our friends. They actively fund numerous terrorist organizations including Daesh. It looks as though Obama has been trying to distance US policy decisions away from the Saudi’s control, which is a good thing. The Saudi’s are anxiously waiting to see who we elect next in 2016.

          • bebe says:

            So true..there are so many cells and recruiting young people to kill. There are too many of them I simply who are they how they are raised.

    • fancykat says:

      True bebe. Cheney is just plain evil. I don’t know how W can stand to look at himself. They went to Iraq for oil, not 911.

  6. waverly says:

    This article is dated back in January (before Paris). And says “it has survived at what cost”. Yes that is the question – At What Cost. At what cost indeed.

    Saudi Arabia and the west: how a cosy relationship turned toxic | World news | The Guardian

    The relationship with the west has survived several wars between Israelis and Arabs, in Afghanistan and in Iraq (twice); the chilling predominance of Saudi nationals in the 9/11 attacks and the rise of al-Qaida; serious bribery and corruption scandals and diplomatic rifts; recurring oil crises; deepening concern over Saudi funding for extremist religious teaching and its links to terrorism; escalating rows about egregious human rights abuses and the repression of women, and most recently, the Syrian calamity and the ascendancy of the black-shirted head-cutters of Islamic State.

    But it has survived at what cost?

    For many in Britain and the US (which, post-1945, gradually assumed Britain’s geostrategic role in the Arabian peninsula, as elsewhere), the rationale binding western interests so closely to the Saudi state is no longer obvious, persuasive, welcome or easily justified.

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jan/27/saudi-arabia-and-the-west-how-cosy-relationship-turned-toxic

  7. Jack Charles says:

    Ok i GOTTA split for an hourish—someone come up with a good dinner plan in the meanwhile.

  8. fi says:

    Evening folks, temperature has plummeted here, snow is forecast.
    Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!

  9. Tío Azúcar says:

    OK, had a friend visit today, so it was a late lunch. Time to get back to the bench.
    syl

  10. waverly says:

    Further investigation shows that Obama has been slowly “cutting the cord” with Saudi Arabi, which is good. But the US needs to keep that momentum going. I worry what the Repubs will do if they get in office.

    Best of friends? A new chapter in Saudi-US relations – Al Jazeera English

    There may be difficulties between Riyadh and Washington at present, but presidents come and go, and in two years time, a more favourable administration may step into the White House.

    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2015/09/friends-chapter-saudi-relations-150906102736133.html

  11. Here’s another one … “We should build camps for the refugees.”

    Because Manzanar was such a positive part of American history.

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/elaine-morgan-syrian-refugee-camps

  12. Tío Azúcar says:

    Ding Dong! The Douche-bag’s dead. He won’t be missed. The Douche-bag’s dead!
    Ding Dong! The Evil Douche-bag’s dead.

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