Archive for August 28th, 2006

Ahmandinejad Claims Holocaust Invented by Allies

Monday, August 28th, 2006

I know it isnt news that Ahmandinejad doesnt believe in the Holocaust. But he has now written a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel that says the holocaust was invented by the allies to embarrass Germany. This man actually believes he can wipe away years of killings, burnings, beatings, tortue, and much worse by just saying it isnt true. The man is insane and the world needs to be concerned about the fact that he is in power in Iran and that he is producing nuclear weapons.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sent a letter to German Chancellor Angela Merkel in which he stated that the Holocaust was invented by the allies in order to embarrass Germany.

According to Ahmadinejad, who has repeatedly denied the Holocaust, the countries that were victorious in World War II should have allowed the refugees to settle in their countries instead of promoting their settlement in “conquered Palestine”. This, he argued, has created a permanent threat in the Middle East.

The letter, which was written over a month ago, was only published on Monday, Israel Radio reported.

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Australia Takes a Stand Against Muslim Extremists

Monday, August 28th, 2006

It looks like America could take a lesson from the people of Australia. They have taken a hard stance against Muslim extremists. Muslims have been told that the laws of Australia are to be obeyed, not the laws of Islam. So basically, if you dont like our law then leave. It makes perfect sense to me, now if we can only get our lawmakers to agree.

A man whose terror-related conviction was quashed on appeal has been ordered to be on curfew and tell police where he is, in the first anti-terror control order issued by Australian authorities determined to take a hard line and prevent a terrorist attack.

The report by Reuters confirms the nation’s no-tolerance stance toward any terror-related activities is much harsher than that of the United States.

The report said Joseph Terrence Thomas is subject to a midnight to 5 a.m. curfew even though an appeals court ruling on Aug. 18 concluded an interview he had with Australian police in Pakistan was inadmissible in the case because he had no lawyer’s advice and it wasn’t voluntary.

Australia’s leadership long has held the position that if it’s terror-related, it’s not welcome in their nation.

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Anarchy in Gaza

Monday, August 28th, 2006

Since Israel gave up their land in Gaza, there has been nothing but unrest and anarchy. Even leaders of Hamas-run Palestinian Authority admit that there is uncontrollable unrest What else could be expected? There will never be rest in Gaza again until the land is returned to its rightful owner.

“When you walk in the streets of Gaza City, you cannot but close your eyes because of what you see there: unimaginable chaos, careless policemen, young men carrying guns and strutting with pride and families receiving condolences for their dead in the middle of the street.”

This is how Ghazi Hamad, spokesman for the Hamas-controlled Palestinian Authority government and a former newspaper editor, described the situation in the Gaza Strip in an article he published on Sunday on some Palestinian news Web sites.

The article, the first of its kind by a senior Hamas official, also questioned the effectiveness of the Kassam rocket attacks and noted that since Israel evacuated the Gaza Strip, the situation there has deteriorated on all levels. It holds the armed groups responsible for the crisis and calls on them to reconsider their tactics and to stop blaming Israel for their mistakes.

“Gaza is suffering under the yoke of anarchy and the swords of thugs,” Hamad wrote. “I remember the day when Israel withdrew from the Gaza Strip and closed the gates behind. Then, Palestinians across the political spectrum took to the streets to celebrate what many of us regarded as the Israeli defeat or retreat. We heard a lot about a promising future in the Gaza Strip and about turning the area into a trade and industrial zone.”

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TBN Cancels Another “Anti-Islam” Show

Monday, August 28th, 2006

Obviously the folks at TBN haven’t gotten the memo yet. So, here it is: Islam is not a religion of peace. The Muslim world wants all Christians and Jews dead. So, why is it such a terrible thing when people like Hal Lindsey and the late Zola Levitt speak the truth?

“Zola Levitt Presents,” a long-running, issue-oriented weekly TV program often critical of the jihadist ideology within Islam, has been canceled by the Trinity Broadcasting Network, producers says, because of efforts by TBN to cater to its growing audience in the Arab world.

Though spokesmen for TBN were unavailable over the weekend for comment, the cancellation, effective today, would make it the second long-time program scrubbed by the largest Christian broadcaster because of sensitivities about Muslim content.

In January of this year, Hal Lindsey’s “The International Intelligence Briefing,” notified TBN he would not be back because of what he considered to be efforts to muzzle his opinions about radical Islam.

Lindsey, author of “The Late Great Planet Earth” and considered to be the biggest selling author alive today and a weekly columnist for WND, had anchored the program for the last 12 years on the world’s largest Christian network.

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Israel and Lebanon Welcome EU Sending Troops

Monday, August 28th, 2006

Well, here is one thing Israel and Lebanon agree on: the dispatching of EU troops to their countries. The EU has pledged to contribute 7,000 troops in an effort to keep peace between the two nations. I have a feeling that no amount of troops will keep Hezbollah from doing what they do best – terrorizing the people of Israel.

Israel and Lebanon both welcomed an European Union (EU) pledge to contribute up to 7,000 troops to a beefed-up UN peacekeeping mission capable of enforcing the fragile truce with Shiite militants of Hezbollah.

“Israel congratulates European countries on their decision to send these contingents for the international force in Lebanon,” foreign ministry spokesman Mark Regev said following Friday’s decision by the 25-nation bloc.

“This decision will greatly contribute to the full implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701,” he said, with the EU now supplying more than half the extra soldiers needed to bring the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) up to its mandated 15,000 from its current count of 2,000.

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