THIS DAY March 26
Posted by Shiva on March 25, 2009
On this day Main Events.
Human life reduced to an inch of foreskin
(Hindu or Muslim?):
When the Sheikh had finally turned down all sentimental arguments, pleading for still further sacrifices on the part of Bangladesh in the interest of Islam (as understood in Punjab), Bhutto made his appearance in Dacca for no reasons at all. He had arrived to strengthen the shaky hands of Yahya Khan, the Martial Law Administrator, and to advise him what action to take with hell raisers like Mujeeb.”
On 25 march 1971, the Pakistan forces entered Dacca University and went straight for Jaggannath Hall, which was a hostel for Hindu students. Over one hundred students were butchered mercilessly in their rooms.
On 25 March 1971, all the hutments of poor people, mostly Muslim rickshaw pullers of Babupara Basti (slum) near New Market, Dhaka, were set ablaze with incendiary bombs. Machine guns were already in position to mow down any one who tried to escape from being burnt alive.
No one was to be spared.
In Naya Bazar Basti, in old Dhaka city, on the same day, Muslim Awami League supporters were given the same treatment, but their young girls were removed to Army camp for rape as a measure of mercy.
Later I was asked to clear Sadarghat, Shyam Bazar and Badam Toli. I took decomposed bodies from those places to dump at Dhalpur garbage. The day I cleared Kalibari, I had also to carry bodies from a teacher’s residence behind the Rokeya Hall of Dhaka University. I carried a total of nine bodies, men and kids, from the staff quarters behind the Rokeya Hall. Moreover I also took away the dead body of a university teacher from the staircase of his residence. The body was wrapped up with mattress.
(Narrated by Pardeshi, son of a cleaner of the veterinary hospital:
AND WITH STRAIGHT FACES THEY TELL US ISLAM IS A RELIGION OF PEACE
The port was quickly overrun as was much of the Nile Delta with the Battle of the Pyramids 21st July seeing the smashing of a larger Mameluke army with great loss, with Cairo being captured the next day. Despite such successes things were about to take a turn for the worse for the French.
Napoleon took the offensive leading 8,000 men into Syria in February 1799. In March he captured El Arish and Jaffa where he slaughter 2000 Albanian prisoners.
The Camp David Accords were signed by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on September 17, 1978, following twelve days of secret negotiations at Camp David. The two agreements were signed at the White House, and were witnessed by United States President Jimmy CarterThere were two 1978 Camp David agreements A Framework for Peace in the Middle East and A Framework for the Conclusion of a Peace Treaty between Egypt and IsraelYet few understood the brilliant cunning of the first Arab leader to make use of Israel’s willingness to make sacrifices for “peace”. Does anyone remember, or want to remember, that, at his first meeting with Begin, Sadat sported a necktie decorated completely with swastikas?
He had no love for Israel and no love for Jews. His “peace treaty” with Israel gained him Jewish land, without having to fight for it. It also gained him unprecedented American financial and military aid. And what was his contribution for “peace”?
He signed a piece of paper recognizing the right of Israel to exist; diplomats were exchanged; and borders were opened to tourism, albeit that most of the tourists are Israeli’s going to Egypt and not the other way around, and that Israeli tourists have been murdered when visiting that country.March 26, 1992, Bosanski Brod, Bosnia First massacre in Bosnia ,Croat and Bosnian Muslim forces executed, mutilated, and beheaded 20 Bosnian Serb civilians in Sijekovac near Bosanski Brod. An 85 year Bosnian Serb was executed and then burned inside his house. The decapitated and mutilated corpses of Bosnian Serbs murdered in northern Bosnia near Brod.
March 26, 1996; a group of armed men break into a Trappist monastery in the remote mountain region of Tibhirine, Algeria, and kidnap seven of the nine monks living there. They are held hostage for two months and then Djamel Zitouni, head of the Groupe Islamique Armé (GIA), announces that they were all killed on May 21, 1996. The French government and the Roman Catholic church state the GIA is to blame. But years later, Abdelkhader Tigha, former head of Algeria’s military security, will claim the kidnapping was planned by Algerian officials to get the monks out of a highly contested area. He says government agents kidnapped the monks and then handed them to a double agent in the GIA. But the plan went awry and the militants assigned to carry it out killed the monks. Furthermore, it will later be alleged that Zitouni was a mole for Algerian intelligence
In 2004, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will reopen the controversy when he says of the monks’ deaths, “Not all truth is good to say when [the issue is still] hot.” He will also say, “Don’t forget that the army saved Algeria. Whatever the deviations there may have been, and there were some, just because you have some rotten tomatoes you do not throw all of them away.”
The latest threat was issued by Abu Sayyaf rebel leader Albader Parad on Monday as the military stepped up a blockade to prevent food and supplies from reaching the guerrillas in the hinterland of Indanan town on Jolo island, 1,000 kilometres south of Manila.
.”The hostages – Swiss Andreas Notter, Italian Eugenio Vagni and Filipino Mary Jean Lacaba – were abducted on January 15 after visiting the Jolo provincial jail to oversee a water and sanitation project.
Last week, clashes erupted between the Abu Sayyaf and Marines circling the kidnappers, killing three government troops and six guerrillas. Parad threatened to behead one of the hostages if the military continued its offensive or launched a rescue attempt.
He also promised to free one of the Red Cross workers if the troops moved away from their encampment. While troops re-positioned away from Indanan, the Abu Sayyaf did not release a hostage and demanded that government forces pull back further.
The armed forces, however, ruled out a larger troop pullout. “They are asking too much because it will be like pulling out our troops from the entire island,” armed forces spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Ernesto Torres said. “It is hard to rely on what they are saying.”
If ye fear that ye shall not be able to deal justly with the orphans, Marry women of your choice, Two or three or four; but if ye fear that ye shall not be able to deal justly (with them), then only one, or (a captive) that your right hands possess, that will be more suitable, to prevent you from doing injustice.
And give the women (on marriage) their dower as a free gift; but if they, of their own good pleasure, remit any part of it to you, Take it and enjoy it with right good cheer.
To those weak of understanding Make not over your property, which Allah hath made a means of support for you, but feed and clothe them therewith, and speak to them words of kindness and justice.
“And it will not be within your power to treat your wives with equal fairness, however much you may desire it; and so, do not allow yourselves TO incline TOWARDS ONE TO THE EXCLUSION OF THE OTHER. LEAVING HER IN A STATE AS IT WERE OF HAVING AND NOT HAVING A HUSBAND. But if you put things right and are conscious of Him — behold, Allah is indeed Much-forgiving, Dispenser of Grace.”
POLYGAMY is a state wherein a man or a woman has many spouses. POL’YANDRY is a state wherein a woman has many husbands. Islam allows POLYGYNY —a situation wherein a man may have more than one wife, and that too under certain strict conditions.
Other Events,On This Day Since 9/11
March 26, 2008: Helmand, Afghanistan. Eight shoppers at an outdoor market are blown to bits by a Taliban car bomb.
March 26, 2008: Jowhar, Somalia. Mujahideen kill at least seven Somalis in an attack on an agricultural townMarch 26, 2007: Kirkuk, Iraq. Thirty victims of Jihadis are discovered by a road, some were beheaded
March 26, 2007: Pattani, Thailand. Militant Muslims shoot two Buddhist electricians, killing one
March 26, 2007: Tank, Pakistan. Militants attack a police station, killing two security staff.
March 26, 2007: Saada, Yemen. Two Western students (British and French) are killed by radical Shiites.March 26, 2006: Mogadishu, Somalia. Islamic militias of rival clerics set off four days of violence, leaving more than one-hundred dead.
March 26, 2006: South Waziristan, Pakistan. The local Taliban capture and execute a man under Sharia law.
March 26, 2006: Baghdad, Iraq. A woman is blown apart in front of her house by radical Sunnis. Thirteen bodies are also discovered at three separate locations elsewhere.
March 26, 2006: Basra, Iraq. Terrorists kill a 14-year-old boy in front of his school.
March 26, 2006: Pampore, India. Lashker-e-Toiba militants attack an Indian army convoy on a highway, killing at least one.
March 26, 2005: Srinagar, India. Sixteen people are injured and one killed when the Mujahideen lob a grenade near a crowded bus stop.
March 26, 2005: Beirut, Lebanon. Bomb in a predominately Christian suburb injures five.
March 26, 2005: Narathiwat, Thailand. Two railway worker are murdered by Muslim radicals as they are taking a breakMarch 26, 2004: Fallujah, Iraq. Eight civilians, including three children are killed by Sunni extremists in gun battles and mortar attacks with U.S. troops.
March 26, 2004: South Waziristan, Pakistan. Eight injured soldiers, captured by al-Qaeda, are executed in cold blood. Bodies are recovered by local tribesmen.
March 26, 2004: Zam Cham, Pakistan. Two civilians are killed, and more than a dozen injured when al-Qaeda remnants fire a rocket into their village.March 26, 2003: Grozny, Chechnya. Muslim rebels stop a car driven by the brother of a government minister and kill him along with his female passenger.
March 26, 2003: Ahmadabad, India. Hindu political leader assassinated by Muslim gunmen on a motorcycle.
March 26, 2003: Grozny, Chechnya. Rebel landmine planted in a city street kills four Russians and injures three.
March 26, 2003: Mefta, Algeria. Nine civilians are slaughtered by Muslim fundamentalists on an isolated road between two towns
March 26, 2003: M’lang, Philippines. Muslims blast Christian village with RPGs, killing seven, including a six-year-old child and injuring five others.
March 26, 2003: Jammu, India. Militant bomb attack kills the driver of an oil tanker and injures six others
On This Day in Before 9/11
March 26, 2000:A Muslim in Turkey detonated a bomb in an Istanbul stadium, and then opened fire, wounding 15.March 26, 1992: In Iran, a group calling itself Shahin (Falcon) claimed credit for bombing the Turkish Embassy in Tabriz. The Kurdish Islamic organization said the blast was in protest of the Turkish government’s treatment of Iraqi Kurds and against the Turkish airbase which was put at the disposal of U.S. forces during the first Gulf War.March 26,1981 Police, Albanian demonstrators battle in Kosovo Yugoslavia Throughout the 1980s tensions between the Albanian/Muslim and Serb communities in the province escalated.The Albanian/Muslim community favoured greater autonomy for Kosovo, whilst Serbs favoured closer ties with the rest of Serbia.
There was little appetite for unification with Albania itself, which was ruled by a Stalinist government and had considerably worse living standards than Kosovo. Beginning in March 1981, Kosovar Albanian students organized protests seeking that Kosovo become a republic within Yugoslavia. Those protests rapidly escalated into violent riots “involving 20,000 people in six cities” that were harshly contained by the Yugoslav government.March 26, 1991: Citibank offices in Istanbul and Izmir, Turkey were bombed. One person was injured. The Turkish People’s Liberation Front claimed responsibility, as did Dev Sol. The same day one or both of these organizations bombed the Istanbul office of Shell Oil.March 26, 1989: In Mozambique, Renamo Marxists attacked a theological college, killing three Italian missionaries.March 26, 1979: In Syria, a bomb explosion rocked the U.S. Embassy in Damascus on the eve of the signing of the peace accord between Egypt and Israel.March 26, 1979: In Turkey, a grenade was thrown into the Israeli embassy in Ankara. The Turkish Revolutionaries claimed responsibility. They were protesting the signing of the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty.March 26, 1974: The Eritrean Islamic Jihad Movement seized the pilot and passengers of a helicopter downed in Ethiopia. The aircraft, which had been deployed by Tenneco Oil, carried five people including two employees of Tenneco, an employee of Texaco, and a UN official. In return for their release, the EIJM/ELF demanded that Tenneco assist them in freeing 75 prisoners held by the Ethiopian government, employ a journalist to publish the Eritrean Islamic Jihad story, and suspend further oil exploration until the Eritrean region of Ethiopia came under EIJM/ELF control.
They also demanded that the hostages not return to Ethiopia.Tenneco agreed to discuss the demands, so at one point during the negotiations, the EIJM/ELF agreed to release two of their corporate victims. A second helicopter was sent by Tenneco to retrieve them on May 27, but its pilot was also taken hostage. (Never trust a Muslim. Their religion instructs them to deceive Infidels in order to make them easier prey. The Muslims knew what the Qur’an taught and the Tenneco executives did not.).
As we shall soon discover, following the May 27 thwarted rescue, the Eritrean Islamic Jihad Movement kidnapped two Christian missionary nurses, one American and the other Dutch. The Dutch nurse was killed on the day of her capture. The American nurse and the pilot of the second helicopter were held as prisoners for three long months. On June 26th, the first pilot was released but the remaining four hostages were kept captive in very primitive and harsh conditions for six months.March 26, 1960 Iraq executes 30 after attack on President Kassem.
In 1959, under sentence of death in absentia for his involvement in an assassination attempt against President Abdul Karim Kassem, a general who had seized power the year before, Saddam Hussien fled to Syria and Egypt.
In Cairo he studied law and joined the Baath Party, a revolutionary group of Arab nationalists. He returned to Iraq in 1963, and by the time the Baathists staged their 1968 coup under General Bakr, Saddam had become second in command. He set up his own secret police organization, suppressed all challengers, and soon became the real power in the country.March 26, 1910 US forbid immigration to criminals, anarchists, paupers & the sick.
It would be a good idea to bring back these laws,and add an obvious cult,whose cultists just happens to be mostly, criminals, anarchists, paupers, and mentally sick.
Merry Mo,s Murderous Mob