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Palestinian Propaganda

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on August 8, 2016 by andelino

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A “Palestinian” father yells and taunts IDF soldiers, “demanding” that they kill his little 3-year-old child, Muhammad Suroor, so it can be “captured” on video for “propaganda” purposes.

Instead, the Israeli soldier “shakes” the young Palestinian child’s hand and “tries” to talk with him.

The father then “ordering” his child not to be afraid, to throw “rocks” at the soldiers and to raise the “flag” so they will shoot him.

“Peace will come when the Arabs will LOVE their children MORE than they hate us.” – Golda Meir, Former Israeli P.M.

In the latest string of social media videos, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “urged” the Palestinian leadership to stop encouraging “parents to call for the death of their own children,” citing recently filmed footage of a Palestinian father telling Israeli soldiers to shoot his own son.

The clip by the prime minister was “spliced” with footage filmed by Palestinian activists during a “protest” in the West Bank village of Ni’lin.

In that footage, a Palestinian man was seen “carrying” a young boy toward Israeli border police, who were standing next to an armored jeep. The man then “pushed” the boy toward the officers, challenging them to “shoot this little boy.”

As the boy “turned” back, his father urged him to “approach” the armed police, while shouting at them, “Kill him. Shoot him.”

“I’ve just watched a video that shook me to the core of my being,” Netanyahu told the camera in English from his Jerusalem office. “In just a few seconds, it shows why our conflict persists,” he said.

When the boy, described by Netanyahu as having “his shirt tightly tucked into his bright red shorts,” reached the officers, one of them “extended” his hand and the boy gave him a “high-five.”

This interaction was “cut out” of a version of the footage broadcast on Palestinian TV, according to the Palestinian Media Watch watchdog.

After showing the original footage, Netanyahu implored the viewers to “imagine your own child at that age. Think of his smile. Imagine her laugh. Picture the unrestrained joy and innocence that only a child possesses.”

The boy in the video “is not an isolated example,” said Netanyahu. The prime minister proceeded to “denounce” Palestinian Authority-sponsored “incitement” of children, giving examples of summer camps in Gaza, student events, and PA publications praising “violence and martyrdom.”

“Today I appeal to every father and mother around the world. I ask you to join me in calling for an end to this abuse of children.” Netanyahu concluded.

“The Palestinian leadership must stop encouraging children to kill. They must stop encouraging Palestinian parents to call for the death of their own children. It’s horrendous!”

Netanyahu’s videos, published to the prime minister’s official Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts, is the “fifth of its kind” in just over a month.

In the first, which came after June’s deadly “nightclub” shooting in Orlando, Netanyahu called on the international community to “stand together with the LGBT community” saying that the attack was not an “isolated” incident and slamming homophobic practices carried out by Islamic “terrorist” groups and countries across the Middle East.

Since then, videos have been made about a terrorist attack in the West Bank town of Kiryat Arba in which 13-year-old Hallel Yaffa Ariel was “stabbed to death.”

PM Netanyahu: “I ask you to stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in the LGBT community.”

Steps for peace for PA President Mahmoud Abbas,

and a new government program to fund development in the Israel Arab community.

In total, the “five” videos, some of which have also been released in Hebrew, have received over 40 million “views.” The latest release, which is only in English, clocked over a quarter of a million views in the first 10 hours after it was published.

Asked by The Times of Israel if the videos represent a new effort to reach wider audiences, a spokesman for the prime minister said the videos are made “about important topics when they come up that shed light on the PM’s viewpoint.”

“And yes, we’re reaching unprecedented audiences,” he added.

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For the Sake of Islam

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 10, 2012 by andelino
Bomber Abdullah Hassan al-Asiri

Bomber Abdullah Hassan al-Asiri

Not only did the original “underwear bomber” Abdullah Hassan al-Asiri hide “explosives” in his “rectum” to assassinate Saudi Prince Muhammad bin Nayef—they met in 2009 after the 22-year-old Asiri feigned repentance for his jihadi views—but this “holy-warrior” apparently had fellow jihadists repeatedly “sodomize” him to “widen” his anus to fit the explosives—and all in accordance with the “fatwa’s” of Islamic clerics.

A 2010 Arabic news video that aired on Fadak TV gives the details. Apparently a cleric, one Abu al-Dema al-Qasab, informed al-Asiri and other jihadis of an “innovative and unprecedented way to execute martyrdom operations: place explosive capsules in your anus. However, to undertake this jihadi approach you must agree to be sodomized for a while to widen your anus so it can hold the explosives.”

Others inquired further by asking for formal fatwa’s. Citing his desire for “martyrdom and the virgins of paradise,” one jihadi (possibly al-Asiri himself) asked another sheikh, “Is it permissible for me to let one of the jihadi brothers sodomize me to widen my anus if the intention is good?”

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After praising Allah, the sheikh’s fatwa began by declaring that sodomy is forbidden in Islam.

“However, jihad comes first, for it is the pinnacle of Islam, and if the pinnacle of Islam can only be achieved through sodomy, then there is no wrong in it. For the overarching rule of [Islamic] jurisprudence asserts that ‘necessity makes permissible the prohibited.’ And if obligatory matters can only be achieved by performing the prohibited, then it becomes obligatory to perform the prohibited, and there is no greater duty than jihad. After he sodomizes you, you must ask Allah for forgiveness and praise him all the more. And know that Allah will reward the jihadis on the Day of Resurrection, according to their intentions—and your intention, Allah willing, is for the victory of Islam, and we ask that Allah accept it of you.”

Two important and complementary points emerge from this matter: 1) that jihad is the “pinnacle” of Islam—for it makes Islam supreme (based on a Muhammad Hadith); and 2) that “necessity makes permissible the prohibited.”


Allah is our objective, the Quran is our law, the Prophet is our leader, Jihad is our way, and death for the sake of Allah is the highest of our aspirations.

These axioms are not limited to modern day fatwa’s, but in fact, were crystallized centuries ago, agreed to by the ulema, or Islam’s leading doctrinaires.

The result is that, because making Islam supreme through jihad is the greatest priority, anything and everything that is otherwise banned becomes permissible. All that comes to matter is one’s intention, or niyya.”

From here one may understand the many ostensible incongruities of Islamic history: lying is forbidden—but permissible to empower Islam; intentionally killing women and children is forbidden—but permissible during the jihad; suicide is forbidden—but permissible during the jihad, called “martyrdom.”

Indeed, the Five Pillars of Islam—including prayer and fasting—may be ignored during the jihad. So important was the duty of jihad that the Ottoman sultans, who often spent half their lives on the battlefield, were not permitted to perform the obligatory pilgrimage to Mecca.

More recently, these ideas appeared in different form during Egypt’s elections, when Islamic leaders portrayed voting as a form of jihad—leading to the abuse and even killing of those not voting for the Muslim Brotherhood.

According to these two doctrines“which culminate in empowering Islam, no matter how”—one may expect anything from would-be jihadis,” regardless of how dubious the effort may otherwise seem.

The World Trade Center towers after the second plane hit

The World Trade Center towers after the second plane hit

Even so, this “mentality,” which is prevalent throughout the “Islamic” world, especially along the front lines of the “jihad,” is the same mentality that many Western leaders and politicians think can be appeased with just a bit “more respect, well-wishing, and concessions from the West.”

Such are the great, and disastrous, disconnects of our time.


Sodomy for Suicide

Originally published by the Gatestone Institute.

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