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Saturday, 8 March 2008

Palestinian Terrorism: Tell Lies, misrepresent, celebrate the deaths of innocents...

Apparently its not enough to kill innocent children deliberately, the 8 victims of the terrorist attack at Merkaz Harav in Jerusalem were aged 15,15,16,16,18,18,19 and 26. To justify this abhorrent crime you simply need to perpetuate a plethora of lies, as quoted in YNet: Thousands Celebrate Jerusalem Attack

An Islamic Jihad spokesman Abu Ahmed told Ynet the blame for the attack lay with Israel for its operations in Gaza.
"The responsibility lies with those who killed 130 Palestinians in Gaza, most of them children," he said. "We welcome this heroic act and strengthen the hands of those who carried it out. This is only the first of many responses the Palestinian people are planning."

Most of them Children? What an disgusting lie, remember this is by an Islamic Jihad spokesman Abu Ahmed. He so easily spews forth lies, his despicable nature knows no bounds.

The spokesman, a member of the organization's military wing – the al-Quds Brigades – said Israel is "reaping what it has sown in the Strip. Those who carried out the attack have brought great pride and raised the heads of the Palestinians."
Brought great Pride? Only monsters who hand out lollies after killing innocents could ever be so malignantly evil to see this act as deserving of 'great pride'.

While the majority of the civilised world lowers their heads in collective sadness and despair at this evil its worthy to note according to Abu Ahmed, most Palestinians feel like 'raising their heads'.

In Gaza there were celebrations, and sweets were being handed out to the children of Gaza.

How can we ever be expected to reach a peace agreement with people who so wantonly celebrate death?..

Mr Bagel


Sunday, 2 March 2008

Iran world’s number one power, says Ahmadinejad

From the Gulf Times:

TEHRAN: President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad yesterday declared that Iran was the world’s “number one” power, as he launched a bitter new assault on domestic critics he accused of siding with the enemy.

“Everybody has understood that Iran is the number one power in the world,” Ahmadinejad said in a speech to families who lost loved ones in the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war.

"Today the name of Iran means a firm punch in the teeth of the powerful and it puts them in their place," added Ahmadinejad, who on Sunday will become the first president of the Islamic republic to visit neighbouring Iraq.

Ahmadinejad’s comments come amid renewed Western efforts on the UN Security Council to agree a third package of sanctions against Tehran over its refusal to suspend sensitive nuclear activities.

They also came a day after former top nuclear negotiator Hassan Rowhani launched an unprecedented attack on Ahmadinejad’s foreign policy, accusing him of using “coarse slogans and grandstanding. You can see how some people here... try to materialise the plans of the enemies and by showing that Iran is small and the enemy is big,” seethed Ahmadinejad.

Ahmadinejad once again insisted that Iran was winning the standoff over its atomic programme, which the West fears could be used to make nuclear weapons but Iran says is peaceful.
"The Iranian nation is on the verge of the final nuclear victory and no power can stop this nation. The enemies of the nation and bullying powers do not dare to admit that this nation has won in the nuclear field."

Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who this week congratulated Ahmadinejad for his role in Iran’s nuclear case, said that Islamic countries do not need US approval to achieve great works.

Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki meanwhile sent a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon criticising what he described as "baseless accusations" by UN Security Council members about the Iranian nuclear drive, the official Irna news agency reported.

Rowhani’s speech on Wednesday was extraordinary for its explicit criticism of the president’s policies and for its attack on his inflammatory anti-Israel rhetoric, which has once again provoked Western condemnation.

While Ahmadinejad did not mention Rowhani by name, his address is likely to be seen as a clear message to his opponents that such criticism of his rhetoric is not welcome.

Ahmadinejad also told the families of the “martyrs” of the war that their loss was not in vain as the message of the Islamic revolution of 1979 was spreading all over the world.

"Today the message of your revolution is being heard in South America, east Asia, in the heart of Europe and even in the US itself," he said.

Ahmadinejad said he talked with people everywhere he travelled in the world and “it is like I am in district 17 in Tehran”, referring to the low-income area in the south of the Iranian capital where he was giving his speech. – AFP

Mr Bagel: Arr doesn't that make you feel all warm inside. Or is that from the nuclear fallout?
Iran world's number one power, now all we need is talk of another thousand year Reich.


The Rabbi goes certified and Atlas Shrugs...

Seems Pamela at Atlas Shrugs has managed to get every 'Jihadists pal' Rabbi Michael E Feinberg foaming at the mouth.

Seems that 'the rabbi' isn't to happy being called crazy?

We've got certified Mail! Legal Jihad!

It would appear the proof is in the actions.
Check out the article and the rabbi's questionable behavior in her posted videos.

For me, issuing a legal threat to a blogger, is crazy enough, how to make a thousand bloggers write about what only a few bothered about last time?

Mr Bagel