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THIS DAY March 11

Posted by Shiva on March 10, 2009

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Todays naughty naughty

Tehran police chief arrested in brothel with six prostitutes


March 11 2007 Tehran, Iran. Tehran’s police chief, Reza Zarei, has been arrested after he was found nude in a local brothel with six naked prostitutes, according to report on the Iranian Farda News.
Farda News is a website said to be close to the mayor of Tehran and former chief of the police forces, Mohammed Bagher Qalibaf.
Following the raid, Zarei stepped down from his post as police chief. The news of his arrest however was not reported by any official Iranian news agency.
According to a popular Iranian website Gooya, the order to raid the brothel was given directly by Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi, chief of the judicial authorities.
Before he was arrested, Zarei was in charge of the programme for the ‘moralisation of the city’.
It is alleged that in the past six months, hundreds of young people have been arrested in Iran for not respecting the Islamic code of behaviour.

THREE DOESN’T SEEM TO BE ANY PROBLEM

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BUT SIX

HMMMM!

Afghan/Afghani (Afghanistan)

Cultivation: Hashish has been produced practically everywhere in and around Afghanistan. The best kinds of hash originate from the Northern provinces between Hindu Kush and the Russian border (Balkh, Mazar-i-Sharif).

Production: Rubbed, the plants which are used for hash production are usually Cannabis afghanica (a subspecies of Cannabis indica that originated in or near Afghanistan). Cannabis afghanica is a short plant that will only grow to a maximum height of about 6 feet.

In Afghanistan hashish is pressed by hand under addition of a small quantity of tea or water. The hashish is worked on until it becomes highly elastic and has a strong aromatic smell. In Afghanistan the product is stored in the form of hash balls (because a round ball has the less contact with air), however, before being shipped, the hash is pressed in 100g slabs.

Good qualities of Afghani are signed with the stem of the producing family. Sometimes hash of this kind is sold as Royal Afghani. Sieving also has a long (but limited) history in Afghanistan. Traditionally, sieving has not been employed in areas that surround the Himalayas, Afghanistan is an exception in this respect.

Color: Black on the outside, dark greenish or brown inside. Can sometimes look kind of grayish on the outside when left in contact with the air.

Smell: Spicy to very spicy.

Taste: Very spicy, somewhat harsh on the throat. Afghani can induce lots of coughing in inexperienced users.

Consistency: Soft, can be kneaded very easily.

Effect: Almost narcotic, produces a very physical and stony high.

Potency: Potent, sometimes very potent. It’s easy to underestimate the potency of Afghani since the high may take about 5 minutes to reach it’s full potential.

Availability: Can be hard to find, especially good qualities.

Various: The softest Afghani isn’t always the best, coconut or other oils are often added in the originating country. There has been some hash oil produced from Afghani, usually the quality is excellent. Beware: Turkish hash is sometimes offered under the name of Red Afghani.

Good news/bad news

March 11, 2009: In the Hills, Afghanistan. Opium-poppy eradication has been hailed as a success in much of Afghanistan’s north and east, allowing counternarcotics officials to declare 18 provinces there as “poppy-free” despite record opium cultivation in the south and southwest.
But UN officials tell RFE/RL that many former opium farmers in those poppy-free areas have switched to another lucrative and illegal drug crop: cannabis.As a result, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) says, Afghanistan is now the world’s largest producer of two illegal drugs — heroin from opium poppies and cannabis.
The UNODC’s latest assessment on the Afghan narcotics trade, released in February, says cultivation of opium poppies in Afghanistan is likely to fall this year compared to the record crops of previous years.
It says the 18 provinces labeled “opium-free” in 2008 will probably remain so in 2009. It also says seven other Afghan provinces are likely to reduce opium-poppy cultivation this year — including the biggest opium-producing province, Helmand, in the volatile south.
That means opium cultivation in Afghanistan is now overwhelmingly concentrated within the seven most unstable provinces in the south and southwest.
But officials in neighboring countries say the size and frequency of drug seizures from smugglers near the Afghan border continues to increase — highlighting the fact that many Afghan farmers who have stopped growing opium poppies are now growing cannabis crops instead.In Plain View
UNODC spokesman Walter Kemp tells RFE/RL it is becoming “increasingly obvious” that the successes of opium-eradication programs in parts of Afghanistan are being offset by record cannabis cultivation:
“In Afghanistan, most of the attention is on opium,” Kemp says. “But Afghanistan is now one of the biggest, if not the biggest, producer of cannabis in the world. This is often in provinces that have become opium-free. So we do have concerns that although some provinces are becoming opium free, they are not completely drug-free because they are growing cannabis.”
Reports from RFE/RL correspondents in northern Afghanistan suggest that many farmers who used to grow opium poppies have responded to the pressure of poppy eradication programs by growing cannabis instead.In fact, UNODC data suggest that more than 70,000 hectares of Afghan farmland is now being used to grow cannabis — putting Afghanistan ahead of Morroco as the leading producer of cannabis and hashish made from cannabis.
Kemp admits that eradication efforts in recent years have been so focused on opium cultivation that cannabis farming has been able to proliferate:
“There’s been a lot of focus on the opium cultivation — and therefore opium eradication or finding alternatives to opium,” Kemp says. “Less attention has been on finding out exactly how much cannabis there is, and also using development incentives and security deterrents to reduce the problem of cannabis cultivation.”

By Ron Synovitz

The good new is Afghani is now again on the streets
The bad news it helps to finance the Jihad
Todays thought
There is absolutely no reason to capitalize moslem or islam, they do not warrant the respect
I did have a habit of using moslem instead of muslim, as muslim is a rather new PC term.
Until recently many English-language writers used the term mohammedans, mahometans or moslem Muslims argue that the terms are offensive because they allegedly imply that Muslims worship Muhammad rather than (which basically they do)
“moslem and muslim are basically two different spellings for the same word.” But the seemingly arbitrary choice of spellings is a sensitive subject for many followers of Islam.
Whereas for most English speakers, the two words are synonymous in meaning, the Arabic roots of the two words are very different.
The noun muslim in Arabic means “one who gives himself to God,” and is by definition, someone who adheres to Islam, is rather a recent Politically Ccorrect concoction because by contrast, a moslem in Arabic means “one who is evil and unjust” when the word is pronounced, as it is in English, mozlem with a z.
Journalists switched to muslim from moslem in recent years under pressure from from Islamic groups But the use of the word moslem has not entirely ceased.
So basically everybody here (including) myself who uses muslim instead of moslem have fallen for the taquiya,
We should get back into the habit of calling them what they really are, mohammedans, mahometans or moslem and not give in to their whining March 11, 1978: The Coastal Road Massacre of 1978 was the Palestinian hijacking of a bus on Israel’s Coastal Highway in which 38 Israeli civilians were killed, 13 of them children, and 71 were wounded.Dalal Mughrabi (Arabic: دلال المغربي‎; ca. 1959 – March 11, 1978) was a female Palestinian militant who participated in the Coastal Road Massacre.

On the morning of March 11, 1978, Mughrabi and her Palestinian Fedayeen unit of eleven members, including one other woman, landed on an Israeli beach, killed an American photographer named Gail Rubin and hijacked a taxi, killing its occupants. They proceeded along the coastal highway shooting at traffic along the way.

They next hijacked a bus and later a second bus, from which the passengers were transferred to the first one. The bus was finally stopped at a police roadblock. A shooting battle ensued. Eventually, Mughrabi blew up the bus which became a large deathtrap of fire. Many of the passengers were killed.

In total, Mughrabi and her team killed 37 people, including several Americans and at least 10 children. Some 71 people were wounded. Mughrabi and several other attackers died. The attack became known as the Coastal Road Massacre. Israeli military forces launched Operation Litani against PLO bases in Lebanon three days later.

The Palestinian Authority named a Hebron girls’ school in honor of Mughrabi. Her name has also been given to summer camps and both police and military courses.

Mughrabi’s remains were exhumed and returned to Lebanon as part of the 2008 Israel-Hezbollah prisoner swap.


Barak standing over the body of Dalal Mughradi
Arabic caption:
Here is the blood of the martyr Dalal al
Mughrabi. Do you remember her, O Barak? It is the blood of Dalal and all our martyrs which rises before you today

The Palestinian Authority, reveling in the death of Jews, named a girls’ school in Hebron after Dalal Mughrabi to honor her murderous mission. Morally lost, the United States helped fund that school’s construction.

Dalal Mughrabi’s name is commonly associated with courses of study in Palestinian schools as well as to police and military training facilities. There is a Palestinian summer camp for Muslim children called “Shahida [Suicide Martyr] Dalal Mughrabi Summer Camp.”

Yet the West is oblivious to the fact Islam reveres mass murders. There remains the mistaken belief that they think the same way we do and that we all want the same things out of life. It is this parochial ignorance that breeds mistakes like the invasion of Iraq where Americans actually thought they would be received as liberators in a land whose religion means submission.

March 11, 1979: In Turkey, the only cocktail permitted in Islam, a Molotov cocktail, was thrown against the front of the American APO in Izmir. The same day, an American high school located in the same building was the target of rock throwing by angry jihadists.March 11, 1980: The Spanish supertanker Maria Alejandra exploded and sank off Mauritania, West Africa. Thirty-six of the 43 person crew on board were lost. The ship was in ballast and was only three years old.March 11, 1988: The Organization for Struggle Against Zionist Infiltration into Egypt claimed responsibility for being anti-Semitic morons and firing their assault rifles into the Israeli Embassy in Cairo.March 11, 1988: A car bomb was discovered and defused near the central bus station in Jerusalem. The perpetrators wanted to carry out a major attack in a highly populated civilian target to protest of the visit of U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz, who was staying at a nearby Hilton Hotel at the time. Yasser Arafat’s terrorism-based political party Fatah claimed responsibility for this failure as well as for their attempted assassination of Secretary Shultz the previous week.March 11, 1993: Dynamite was thrown into the Kuwaiti Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon. Two groups claimed responsibility: the Revolutionary Outburst Movement (Harakat al-Intilaqah al-Thawriyah) and the Arab Revolutionary Resurgence Movement (Harakat al-madd al-thawri al-arabi). A handwritten statement said the attack was a warning to Zionist and American enemies along with treacherous Arab regimes and an expression of their determination. Well at least they got the “madd” part right, almost.March 11, 1994: Bangkok, Thailand. Despite being the most wanted man in the world after the 1993 WTC bombing, Ramzi Yousef plots a new attack. He works with a group of militants in Bangkok, Thailand, to bomb the Israeli embassy there on March 11, 1994. Yousef builds a bomb that literally weighs a ton.
His associates steal a truck, kill the driver, and throw his body into the back of the truck. They fill the truck with enough explosives to destroy a whole city block. One of Yousef’s associates drives the bomb to the embassy, but the truck gets hit by a motorcycle taxi on the way there, and the driver flees as the police start to arrive. The police impound the truck, but take a week before they search it and find the bomb. By that time, Yousef has fled Thailand. Seventeen Iranians are later arrested but then released.

March 11, 2002: Muzaffargarh, Pakistan. Four people are killed in sectarian violence between Shias and SunnisMarch 11, 2003: Kandahar, Afghanistan. al-Qaeda car bomb kills three Afghani tribesmen and injures five more.
March 11, 2003: City Chowk, India. The Mujahideen plant a bomb at a candy shop that kills two civilians and injures nine more.
March 11, 2003: Dhaka, UAR. Two policemen were killed and two more badly injured by terrorist bomb in the United Arab Emirates

March 11, 2004: Maranatha. Indonesia. Brutal machete attack on a Christian village leaves a mother of two dead and five others injured
March 11, 2004: Khost. Afghanistan. Taliban bomb kills two Afghan soldiers and injures another three.

March 11, 2004: Baghdad. Iraq. Shia cleric survives assassination attempt, but his son and son-in-law are killed in the shooting ambush

Politically Incorrect Guide

GREAT RIDES
The religion of peace at its best (again)



The 11 March 2004 attacks consisted of a series of ten explosions that occurred at the height of the Madrid rush hour aboard four commuter trains (Cercanías in Spain). Thirteen improvised explosive devices were reported to have been used, all but three of which detonated.

191 people were confirmed dead (177 at the scene, 13 while under medical care); 1,460 were wounded

Forty-one of the dead came from thirteen countries outside of Spain, including fifteen from Romania, five each from Ecuador and Peru, four from Poland, three from Colombia, two from Honduras, and one each from Bulgaria, Chile, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Guinea-Bissau, France, and Morocco.







Each one represents a fallen victim on March 11

“It is already enough, bastards.”

WHO COULD POSSIBLY DO SUCH A TERRIBLE CRIME ?

IT CANNOT BE ISLAM BECAUSE ISLAM STATES
that if anyone slew a person – – it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people.

SO who did IT?????????????????

NO! NO!

IT CANNOT BE ISLAM BECAUSE ISLAM STATES that if anyone slew a person – – it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people.

March 11, 2005: Sulu, Philippines. The Moro Islamic Front attacks a military patrol, killing five and injuring four

March 11, 2006: Helmand, Afghanistan. The decapitated bodies of two men abducted two days earlier by religious extremists are found in the desert.
March 11, 2006: Baghdad, Iraq. A ‘Christian Peacemaker’ pacifist is kidnapped by Islamic radicals, held for three months, tortured and then shot to death.
March 11, 2006: Baghdad, Iraq. A television station director is killed by Islamic terrorists outside his home.
March 11, 2006: Reasi, India. Mujahideen terrorists force their way into a civilian’s house and shoot him to death.
March 11, 2006: Helmand, Afghanistan. A police officer is killed by a Taliban landmine.
March 11, 2006: Ladi Pahalgam, India. The Mujahideen abducts two civilians from their home and shoots one to death in captivity.
March 11, 2006: Thathri, India. Muslim terrorists force their way into a home and deliberately cripple a young girl by shooting her in both legs.
March 11, 2007: Khost, Afghanistan. Four policemen are killed in a terrorist bombing.
March 11, 2007: Baghdad, Iraq. A suicide bomber kills ten fellow human beings.
March 11, 2007: Yala, Thailand. Two Buddhists, a brother and sister, are murdered by radical Muslims as they are returning from their rubber plantation.
March 11, 2007: Narathiwat, Thailand. A 60-year-old rubber tapper is shot to death by Islamists.
March 11, 2007: Karbala, Iraq. A suicidal Sunni targets a truck carrying Shia pilgrims, managing to murder over thirty.
March 11, 2007: Baghdad, Iraq. Twenty victims of sectarian hatred are found executed in various parts of the city
March 11, 2007: Mussayab, Iraq. Jihadis kill five people in two separate attacks.
March 11, 2007: Mogadisuh, Somalia. Four civilians are gunned down in separate attacks.
March 11, 2008: Mogadishu, Somalia. Two local cops are killed in a roadside attack by Islamic militants.
March 11, 2008: Kandahar, Afghanistan. Two children and two women are killed in the crossfire when Taliban militants attack a military convoy.
March 11, 2008: Bajaur, Pakistan. Two women are among eleven civilians killed during a firefight following an ambush on government troops by Muslim militants
March 11, 2008: Nasariya, Iraq. Sixteen men, women and children are blown to bits in a Jihad roadside attack on their bus.
March 11, 2008: Duluiya, Iraq. Two al-Qaeda car bombings leave seven Iraqis dead.
March 11, 2008: Lahore, Pakistan. Children are among the thirty-five innocents murdered when twin Fedayeen suicide bombers detonate in two different parts of the city.
March 11, 2008: Pattani, Thailand. A man is shot to death by Islamists while riding in a truck with his wife.
March 11, 2008: Yala, Thailand. A 36-year-old man is shot to death by Muslim terrorists.

3 Responses to “THIS DAY March 11”

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  3. Taj Kramer said

    Muslims aren’t “mohammedans”…that’s just a silly name that some English people made up a few hundred years ago because they thought that it was the equivalent of “Christian”. The same can be said for “moslem”…it’s just a mistake in spelling because it’s hard to go from one alphabet to another. So, using the term “Muslim” isn’t giving in to their whining, it’s simply correct. And Yes, the past few decades have shown Muslims to be aggressive terrorists but if you study your history, you will see that for several hundred years, the aggressive terrorists were the Christians who invaded the Middle East in an effort to “reclaim the Holy Land”….a little thing called the Crusades.

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