Wednesday, September 13, 2006


On September 11, the Jerusalem Post reported that

A Palestinian youth was killed and his companion was wounded in an explosion in the Palestinian village of Na'ama near Ramallah. An IDF spokesperson said that the explosion occurred as the two were apparently handling an explosives belt, which belonged to one of the youth's father.

The Times Online reports that "Paintball imams spread militancy: Activity days are 'front' to recruit young Muslims." The story describes 15 "youths" paintballing in the UK.
During one game, a player said: “I’ve been shot.” His team-mate replied: “Don’t worry, the shahid [martyr] never dies.”
These stories are further proof that Golda Meir was correct when she stated "We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us."

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I found a must-read article in the New York Post Online called "One Arab's Apology" (for 9/11). In it he does apologize for 9/11. More interesting, though, are his comments about Islam. Emilio Karim Dabul writes,
Every single 9/11 hijacker was Arab and a Muslim. The apologists (including President Bush) tried to reassure us that 9/11 had nothing to do with Islam, but was a twisting of a great and noble religion. With all due respect, read the Koran, Mr. President. There's enough there for someone of extreme tendencies to find their way to a global jihad....

The men who killed 3,000 of our citizens on 9/11 in all likelihood died saying prayers to Allah, and that by itself is one of the most horrific things to me about that day....

Five years after that awful day, it's time for all Arab-Americans, and Arabs around the world, to protest against Islamic fascism, to raise our voices - and, where necessary, our arms - against these tyrants until their plague of terror has been driven from the face of the earth forever.


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