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Sunni Side up in Lebanon

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

The solution to the “Palestinian” curse on Israel

From http://www.israellycool.com/2011/01/27/aussie-dave%E2%80%99s-poster-time-10/

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MORE PROOF THAT IRAN IS BEHIND THE RECENT MIDDLE EAST UNREST?

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

previously posted The Egyptian Revolution is Jihadi
From http://astuteblogger.blogspot.com/2011/01/more-proof-that-iran-is-behind-recent.html
IMHO IT IS.

MY GUESS/HUNCH:

THE IRANIAN MULLAHS LEARNED FROM THEIR OWN REBELLION AND THEY HAVE MANIPULATED/CO-OPTED THE YOUTH IN OTHER NATIONS VIA THE INTERNET: PLANTING RABBLE-ROUSING TWEETS AND THE LIKE.

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USA “SECRETLY BACKS UPRISING” in Egypt

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

Perviously Posted The Egyptian Revolution is Jihadi Jihadis are taking over Egypt Hillary Clinton Sides with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt The Muslim Brotherhood on the March
From http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/01/usa-secretly-backs-uprising.html

Wikileaks is claiming America is behind the revolution in Egypt. To what end? If the Muslim Brotherhood takes over, and/or an Iranian proxy, one would have to seriously question who and what is in the White House.

Obama took no such action with Iran — a jihadist terrorist state agitating in countries all over the world. That was an historic missed opportunity.

Obama has finally spoke with Mubarak — just moments ago. He had spoken to him up until now.

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The Egyptian Revolution is Jihadi

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

This is NOT like the recent student uprising in Iran. This is like when the Jihadis took power in Iran During Carter.

“Just like idiot Jimmuh Carter’s blindness to the unforeseen consequences of Khomeini and his destruction of our ally in the late-Shah, which still plague us over three decades later in the form of widespread terrorism and regional instability, Obama has PURPOSEFULLY failed to see the lead up to this emergency. ” BREAKING – WHO IS RUNNING THE SHOW – OBAMA OR OBA-HUSSEIN?

more http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/01/revolution-in-egypt-escalates-turns-violent.html

Is Obama Continuing his Pro Jihadi stance by not standing against these jihadi thugs
http://hotair.com/archives/2011/01/26/uh-oh-white-house-declines-to-endorse-mubarak-in-egypt/

Is Obama being pro Jihadi in the State of the Union 2011?

Prevoulsy Posted Hillary Clinton Sides with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt The Muslim Brotherhood on the March Jihadis are taking over Egypt

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bin Laden’s Liquor Store and old funny flash game

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

Want to kill some terrorist scum. Go for it in this outdated old flash game. Will give you a couple of laughs
From bin Laden’s Liquor Store

click to play

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Hillary Clinton Sides with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

I guess she is showing that she is bought and paid for by the jihadis. Check out her sorus Jihadi talking points. This is a disgrace. Reminds me of Carter allowing Iran to fall to the jihadis.

Perviously posted The Muslim Brotherhood on the March and Jihadis are taking over Egypt

. A more timid approach not calling the Muslim Brotherhood jihadis

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The Muslim Brotherhood on the March

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

I think immediate international military action is needed to crush these jihadis. Remember the domino theory?

Perviously posted Jihadis are taking over Egypt

From http://frontpagemag.com/2011/01/28/the-muslim-brotherhood-on-the-march/

It took the opposition in Tunisia only a month to get rid of President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, who fled the country two weeks ago after twenty-three years of control. Inspired and emboldened by that success, Egyptian opposition forces have amassed a fierce popular uprising against their own strongman, Hosni Mubarak, who has ruled since 1981. The fires of discontent in the region continue to grow: today is expected to be the worst day of Egyptian protests since they began and now, Yemen has succumbed to the wave of unrest that is slowly sweeping through North Africa and the Middle East.

We thus appear to be entering a very disconcerting phase in the development of the Muslim world. If dissidents are successful in effecting regime change in key nations, the West should be very concerned about whoever fills the vacuums of power thus created. Indeed, it could be Iran 1979 all over again — and the Muslim Brotherhood is on the march.

Hosni Mubarak in Egypt and Ali Abdallah Salih in Yemen are hardly ideal American friends, but they have at least done their part to keep their countries’ aggressive Islamist factions at bay in an area where options are very much limited in this regard.

Islamist forces in Yemen and Egypt are waiting in the wings as we speak, eager to capitalize on escalating protests which have so far not been principally motivated by Islamic radicalism. A coalition of left-leaning organizations and youth groups, long-opposed to the Mubarak regime, joined together to orchestrate protests in Egypt. These included Kifaya (Enough), the youth-based 6th of April Movement, Karama, The Popular Democratic Movement for Change (HASHD), the National Association for Change, the Justice and Freedom Youth movement, and the Revolutionary Socialists. Free lance journalist Yasmine El Rashidi was in Cairo for the protests and blogged extensively on events for the New York Review of Books. She reports that the movement is largely youth-based and non-sectarian:

To lobby support, the activists used Twitter and Facebook, targeting above all the 60 percent of Egypt’s 80 million people who are under the age of 25. …In Shubra, we joined a marching procession of about one hundred people, mainly Muslims, who were moving slowly through narrow, muddy streets, led by activists chanting into a speaker: “Christian or Muslim it’s not important, similar poverty similar concerns! Hosni Mubarak, Hosni Mubarak, the plane is waiting, the plane is waiting. Saudi Arabia is not far!

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UN Human Rights Council’s Richard Falk Discredited as Truther

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

What more evidence is there to disband the jihadi controlled UN?

From http://blog.camera.org/archives/2011/01/un_human_rights_councils_richa_1.html

falk.jpgRichard Falk

In 2008, Richard Falk began a six-year term as the UN Human Rights Council’s permanent investigator on “Israel’s violations of the principles of international law”– a position that itself is a manifestation of clear bias, as it is meant to investigate only Israeli actions and not Palestinian ones. Now the person who holds this position is exposed as a conspiracy theorist, or “truther” who believes he knows the “truth” about 9/11, namely that the U.S. government, and not Al Qaeda, was responsible for the attacks on the World Trade Center. It is not surprising that these lunatic fringe views are suported by one who has expressed similar fringe views about Israel, for example, comparing Israeli actions to those of the Nazis. And it is not surprising that the UN Human Rights Council, specifically selected someone with such objectionable views as their resident condemner of Israel.

Falk’s exposure as a conspiracy theorist comes as a result of UN Watch’s 3-year campaign “to expose and combat Falk’s denial and justification of Hamas and Al Qaeda terrorism, and his material support for 9/11 conspiracy theorists.” Read about ithere.

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Jihadis are taking over Egypt

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

Are the Jihadis going to take over that country? Are they going to burn more important history like they burned the great Library there in the past? I think immediate international military action is needed to crush these jihadis. Remember the domino theory?

From http://pajamasmedia.com/richardfernandez/2011/01/27/dustbins-i-have-known/?singlepage=true

A friend in Egypt sent the following assessment of the situation there yesterday:

1. Most commentators tend to make it [the unrest in Egypt] a “western oriented strongman” v. Islamist thing, whereas the Islamists are already very well placed within this regime, including the military and the security services.

2. Recent Pew poll shows one-in-five Egyptians support Al-Qaeda. Egyptians I spoke to thought this as understatement.

3. The MB [Muslim Brotherhood] seems certain to emerge on top at some point, only question is when. That will give them state-resources for their sophisticated agitprop and penetration efforts in the West.

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It’s okay to threaten to murder ‘settlers’

Posted by avideditor on January 28, 2011

The solution to the “Palestinian” curse on Israel

From http://israelmatzav.blogspot.com/2011/01/its-okay-to-threaten-to-murder-settlers.html

Israel’s attorney general has decided that it’s okay to threaten to murder ‘settlers.’

Makor Rishon correspondent Uri Yisrael Paz reports in the 24 January edition that Adv. Dan Eldad of the Office of the Attorney-General has decided not to investigate the remarks of Gideon Spiro, in his 4 September 2010 “Red Rag column” regarding settlers that “Nearly every male settler carries a gun, sometimes he is in uniform and sometimes he is not, and so attacking them is not the same as attacking a non-combatant civilian population….Armed struggle against occupation is internationally recognized as legitimate. … when it comes to the struggle against the Occupation, Hamas does not diverge from what is known and accepted throughout human history…As a member of the occupying people, it would be arrogant of me to presume to dictate to the Palestinians how they should conduct their struggle….”
http://www.kibush.co.il/show_file.asp?num=42202

Eldad explained that there is nothing in Spiro’s remarks that has a “real possibility that its publication will lead to acts of violence or terror,” and that therefore “there is no place for criminal treatment of the matter and the holding of a court hearing.”

I wonder if Eldad would find it appropriate to prosecute someone who – God forbid – murdered a ‘settler,’ or whether he would say it’s not up to us to tell the ‘Palestinians’ how to conduct their struggle.

By the way, this is not an idle question. This was a legal demonstration in the Jaffa area of southern Tel Aviv. Let’s go to the videotape (Hat Tip:IMRA). At about 3:08, the Arab says in Hebrew, “next time this won’t pass this way.” And then it gets worse with cries of racism.

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Two weeks ago, the State’s Attorney’s office opened an investigation into a Facebook page that called for murdering Arabs. When a video was made calling for the murder of the attorney who was conducting the investigation, the video’s maker was (rightfully) arrested. But people who threaten ‘settlers’ with death should also be arrested.

Can you say “double standard”?

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