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THIS DAY March 31

Posted by Shiva on March 31, 2009


IS THIS GOING TO CAUSE THE NEXT MOSLEM OUTRAGE ?March 31, 2009. Salt Lake City, USA. A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officer scans a woman through with a whole body scan machine, or millimeter wave machine at a security check point at the Salt Lake International Airport in Salt Lake City, Utah, The new machine developed by New York based L3 Communications is in use for the first time today by passengers and takes a whole body scan penetrating clothing. This is a pilot program by the TSA to test the machines in a live setting.

Undated handout image shows a composite of 4 separate scans, a female in the left two and a male in the right two, from a whole body scan machine, or millimeter wave machine.

“I am an international leader, the dean of the Arab rulers, the king of kings of Africa and the imam of Muslims, and my international status does not allow me to descend to a lower level

March 31, 2009. Doha, Qatar – Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi stormed out of an Arab summit on Monday after denouncing the Saudi king and declaring himself “the dean of Arab rulers.”Gadhafi disrupted the opening Arab League summit in Qatar by taking a microphone and criticizing Saudi’s King Abdullah, calling him a “British product and American ally.”When the Qatari emir tried to quiet him, the Libyan leader and current Africa Union chairman insisted he be allowed to speak.
“I am an international leader, the dean of the Arab rulers, the king of kings of Africa and the imam (leader) of Muslims, and my international status does not allow me to descend to a lower level,” Gadhafi said.
Gadhafi, who is known for his unpredictable behavior, then got up and walked out of the summit hall. A Libyan delegate said he went to an Islamic museum in Doha for a tour.
Gadhafi has angered other Arab leaders with his sharp remarks at past summits and has harbored a grudge against Abdullah since exchanging harsh words during a summit in early 2003 shortly before the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.
“Now after six years, it has proved that you were the liar,” Gadhafi told Abdullah, adding that he now considered their “problem” over and was ready to reconcile.
Later Monday, Qatar’s emir brought Gadhafi and Abdullah together for a reconciliation meeting, said Arab diplomats, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak to the media.
Last year, Gadhafi poured contempt on fellow Arab leaders at the summit in and warned that they might be overthrown like former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein
He boycotted the 2007 summit in Saudi Arabia but gave a televised speech saying “Liza” — referring to former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice — had dictated the gathering’s agenda.
Also in 2005, Gadhafi told the summit in Algeria that Palestinians and Israelis are “stupid.” A year earlier, he sat smoking cigars on the conference floor of the Tunisia summit to show his contempt for the other leaders.

March 31, 2009. Lahore, Pakistan. A Pakistani man comforts a horse wounded during a gun battle at the compound of a police training school on the outskirts of Lahore, Pakistan, Monday, A group of gunmen attacked a police academy and rampaged through it for hours Monday, throwing grenades, seizing hostages and killing at least 11 officers before being overpowered by Pakistani security forces in armored vehicles and helicopters,Pakistani police officers take cover outside a police training school Police officials detain a suspected militant from the site of a shooting at a police training centre in Lahore Pakistani security forces took control of a police academy in Lahore on Monday after militants rampaged through the complex, killing at least eight cadets and wounding scores before holing up inside for

A truly remarkable man has been slaughtered on the alters of multiculturalism, by the Jew hating Anglican dhimmis as a sacrifice to their moslem overlords.

March 31, 2009.
London, Britain. The bishop of Rochester, one of the most outspoken figures in the Church of England, is to set up an organization that will champion the rights of victimized Christian communities around the world.
Michael Nazir-Ali, who announced his resignation on Saturday, said in an official statement that he was hoping to work with church leaders in areas where the church was “under pressure, particularly in minority situations” and that he had been asked to help with education and training relevant to Christians living under those conditions. A source close to the bishop described the resignation as a “step of faith” and said the announcement had taken other bishops by surprise.
Nazir-Ali, the first non-white diocesan bishop in the Church of England, is familiar with the dangers facing minority Christian communities. In 1986, the then archbishop of Canterbury, Robert Runcie, arranged for him to come to the UK when, as bishop of Raiwind in west Punjab, he found his life in danger. His personal experience, in addition to his concern for the welfare of Muslim converts to Christianity, has led to a firm conviction that people are persecuted for being Christian.
The most controversial point of his 15-year stretch as a diocesan bishop came last April, when he wrote that Islamists were creating “no-go” areas for non-Muslims in Britain.
Warning of a worldwide resurgence in extremism, he said: “One of the results of this has been to further alienate the young from the nation in which they were growing up and also to turn already separate communities into “no-go” areas where adherence to this ideology has become a mark of acceptability.
“Those of a different faith or race may find it difficult to live or work there because of hostility to them and even the risk of violence.”March 31, 2009. Dubai United Arab Emirates –A bitter foe of Chechnya’s Moscow-backed leader was shot at close range in a brazen midday attack in Dubai, local and Russian news reports said Monday.Sulim Yamadayev, a former Chechen rebel who went over to the government side, was shot Saturday outside the busy residential complex where he lived along the city’s Gulf shoreline and died Monday in a hospital, Russian media reports said, quoting unnamed relatives.
When Yamadayev switched allegiances in the Chechen conflict, he created a battalion made up of other former militants that has fought rebels in Chechnya alongside federal troops since 2003.
But he is a longtime foe of Ramzan Kadyrov, Chechnya’s Kremlin-backed president who has steadily tightened his grip on power in the war-ravaged region and imposed Islamic rules. Rights groups have accused Kadyrov’s security force of rampant abuses, including torture and killings of suspected militants and their relatives.
The reported attack on Yamadayev followed assassinations of several other Chechen renegades, and Dubai’s police chief, Lt. Gen. Dahi Khalfan Tamim, said Saturday’s shooting “looks like an assassination.”
Yamadayev was one of the few who refused to bow to President Kadyrov’s orders. Long-running tensions between the two men exploded into an open conflict last April when Yamadayev’s men refused to give way to Kadyrov’s convoy. Kadyrov then accused Yamadayev of involvement in abductions and murders, and an arrest warrant for him was issued.

On this day Main Events

March 31 1683 Emperor Leopold I/Poland signs covenant against Turkey
Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor Habsburg (June 9, 1640 – May 5, 1705), Holy Roman emperor, was the second son of the emperor Ferdinand III and his first wife Maria Anna of Spain. His maternal grandparents were Philip III of Spain and Margarita of Austria.

He was a much younger brother of Ferdinand IV of Hungary and Mariana of Austria. Intended for the Church, he received a good education but his prospects were changed by the death of his elder brother Ferdinand IV, on July 9, 1654 of smallpox, when he became his father’s heir.
The last thing Leopold wanted was to rule. He was hideous and under-sized, his bones stunted, his teeth broken by scurvy. He was painfully shortsighted. In him the Habsburg lip and chin were exaggerated to the point of caricature. He was pathologically shy. He would have liked to have gone into a monastery, and, indeed, from early childhood he had been intended for the Church. Instead of this he was called upon not merely to wear the crown but to carry Austria into the new course determined by the outcome of the Thirty Years’ War and to defend his personal Empire against the two most formidable adversaries in the world: France, arrogant and triumphant under Louis XIV, and the Ottoman Turks in their last and most terrible bid to break into Europe.

The Ottoman Empire interfered in the affairs of Transylvania, always an unruly district, and this interference brought on a war with the Holy Roman Empire, which after some desultory operations really began in 1663. By a personal appeal to the diet at Regensburg Leopold induced the princes to send assistance for the campaign; troops were also sent by France, and in August 1664 the great imperialist general, Raimondo Montecuccoli, gained a notable victory at Saint Gotthard. By the Peace of Vasvár the emperor made a twenty years’ truce with the sultan, granting more generous terms than his recent victory seemed to render necessary.
In governing his own lands Leopold found his chief difficulties in Hungary, where unrest was caused partly by his desire to crush Protestantism. A rising was suppressed in 1671 and for some years Hungary was treated with great severity. In 1681, after another rising, some grievances were removed and a less repressive policy was adopted, but this did not deter the Hungarians from revolting again. Espousing the cause of the rebels the sultan sent an enormous army into Austria early in 1683; this advanced almost unchecked to Vienna, which was besieged from July to September, while Leopold took refuge at Passau. Realizing the gravity of the situation somewhat tardily, some of the German princes, among them the electors of Saxony and Bavaria, led their contingents to the imperial army which was commanded by the emperor’s brother-in-law, Charles, duke of Lorraine, but the most redoubtable of Leopold’s allies was the king of Poland, John Sobieski, who was already dreaded by the Turks.

Success against the Turks and Hungary
On September 12, 1683 the allied army fell upon the enemy, who was completely routed, and Vienna was saved. The imperial forces, among whom Prince Eugene of Savoy was rapidly becoming prominent, followed up the victory with others, notably one near Mohács in 1687 and another at Zenta in 1697, and in January 1699 the sultan signed the treaty of Karlowitz by which he admitted the sovereign rights of the house of Habsburg over nearly the whole of Hungary.

Silver coin of Leopold I

The unusual shape of the emperor’s mouth on this coin earned it the nickname, “Leopold the Hogmouth,”March 31, 2004: Fallujah, iraq. In a very brutal attack, a mob of Muslims stop two cars carrying American civilians escorting a food-providing convoy, kill the occupants, set their vehicles on fire, disfigure the bodies and then drag them through the streets

Todays Picture
Vincent Van Gogh
Skull with burning cigarette

Theo Van Gogh with burning cigarette

Smoking is not the only killer

Warning Islam is dangerous for your health and mental state of mind

Islam does not discriminate between smokers and non- smokers

Islam does not discriminate between the user,s and non-usersOn This Day Since 9/11.

March 31, 2008: Mogadishu, Somalia. Islamic extremists sneak up to a local guard and shoot him in the head.
March 31, 2008: Nowshera, Pakistan. A man and a woman are stoned to death for adultery.
March 31, 2008: Latifiya, Iraq. Six Iraqis are kidnapped, blindfolded and shot to death by Islamic terrorists.
March 31, 2008: Burte, Somalia. Twelve Somalis are killed when Islamists attack a small
villageMarch 31, 2007: Tiero and Marena, Chad. Janjaweed militias surround two African villages and fire into them, killing at least two-hundred Africans, including women and children.
March 31, 2007: Narathiwat, Thailand. A 29-year-old man is shot to death by radical Muslims.
March 31, 2007: Narathiwat, Thailand. An elderly Buddhist couple is murdered in their store by Islamic gunmen posing as customers.
March 31, 2007: Nyala, Sudan. Twenty-three villagers are massacred by Arab militias.
March 31, 2007: Hilla, Iraq. Four people are killed when Muslim terrorists detonate a car bomb along a city street.
March 31, 2007: Pattani, Thailand. A retired teacher is shot to death by radical Muslims.
March 31, 2007: Kirkuk, Iraq. Four brothers are among eight civilian workers murdered by Jihadis in an ambush on their bus.
March 31, 2007: Baghdad, Iraq. Freedom fighters car bomb a hospital, killing five Iraqis. Fourteen bodies are found elsewhere.
March 31, 2007: Kandahar, Afghanistan. Seven Afghan cops are killed in a brutal ambush by Taliban extremists.
March 31, 2007: Bolbol Jazou, Sudan. Thirty villagers are reported dead in the second town to be attacked by Janjaweed militia.
March 31, 2007: Mogadishu, Somalia. Islamists fire mortars at the presidential palace, killing at least one personMarch 31, 2006: Soura, India. The Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist group uses an IED against a military vehicle, killing one and injuring five
March 31, 2006: Baghdad, Iraq. Five victims of sectarian violence are found bound, tortured and executed.
March 31, 2006: Tahhar, Afghanistan. A lawmaker is killed in his home by the Taliban.
March 31, 2006: Pattani, Thailand. A 52-year-old policeman is killed by Islamic radicals as he is waiting for his wife outside a school.
March 31, 2006: Pattani, Thailand. Islamists murder a 24-year-old civilian in a drive-by shooting.
March 31, 2006: Balad Ruz, Iraq. Radical Sunnis kill six Shia pilgrims as they are riding in a minibus.
March 31, 2006: Baqubah, Iraq. Sunni gunmen shoot five civilians to death as they are riding in a carMarch 31, 2005: Thanna Mandi, India. The Mujahideen kidnap and kill two villagers from their home. Elsewhere in Kashmir three other civilians are killed in separate attacks
March 31, 2005:
Sonabrari, India. The bodies of three shepherds abducted and executed by the Mujahideen two days earlier are found.
March 31, 2005:
Tuz Khormato, Iraq. Fedayeen suicide bomber murders five others, including a child, outside a shrineMarch 31, 2004: Fallujah, Iraq. Five U.S. soldiers are killed as terrorists detonate a roadside bomb under their vehicle.
March 31, 2004: Deleig, Sudan. Troops from the Muslim Republic descend on a village earlier in the month and haul away about one-hundred and twenty men selected for execution.
March 31, 2004: Baqubah, Iraq.Six civilians and four police are injured by a car bomb in the Sunni Triangle.
March 31, 2004: Ramadi, Iraq. Six civilians killed by a car bomb. Five injuredMarch 31, 2002: Azmatabad, India. A man is killed inside his home merely for being the brother of a police officer.
March 31, 2002: Bahawalpur, Pakistan. A mosque caretaker and his son are killed in a sectarian attack.

March 31, 2002: Haifa, Israel. Fifteen Israelis are killed in a restaurant by a Fedayeen suicide bomber. Over forty others are burned and maimed in the explosion.

On This Day in Before 9/11

March 31, 2001: In Bangladesh, a bomb was detonated under a convoy of civilian buses traveling toward National Parade Square, wounding 15 passengers. Muslim militants used a second bomb to blow up a mini bus, injuring two more people. A third IED was deployed near a bridge, wounding four pedestrians.
Bangladesh is best known for being the home of perpetual famine. But increasingly it was garnering a reputation for terror. By way of history, in 1947 West Pakistan and East Bengal, both overwhelmingly Muslim, separated from India which was largely Hindu. They became Pakistan – the land of pure Islam. But that was the problem: East Bengal became East Pakistan in 1955 following a bloody civil war between Muslims. However, this awkward arrangement left the Bengalis marginalized and dissatisfied so East Pakistan seceded from its union with West Pakistan in 1971. The new Muslim nation was renamed Bangladesh.
Slightly smaller than Iowa, Bangladesh shares a long border with India – but little else with its more prosperous and civil neighbor. The median age in Bangladesh is troublesomely low a 22 years. The birth rate is exploding with more than three children born to each Muslim woman. Infant mortality at 62/1,000 births is among the worst in the world. Muslims represent 84% of the population with Hindus being a decided minority at 15%. GDP per capita is just $2,100 with 45% of the people living below the poverty line.
Bangladesh remains a poor, overpopulated, and inefficiently-governed nation because of Islam. As a result, two million have died in famines – 1974 having been the worst outbreak. Although living in denial, the Islamic government claimed that only 26,000 people have perished. And that’s because they know that famine is triggered by a combination of factors, like foolish economic and social policies in addition to environmental issues. And the death toll is most always exacerbated by political and religious problems – in this case Islam. For example, since females have no value in Islam, were they were disproportionally hit in the devastating 1974 outbreak. And while the United States was the largest contributor of aid, some of it was delayed because Bangladesh was harboring Islamic terrorists.

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