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The Filth and the Fury: Muslims declare global Jihad after Pakistani politician Khan broadcast Koran toilet rumor to spark riots

Flush to Judgement : Muslim protests planned in advance ?
May 18, 2005

The Filth and the Fury

Muslims declare global Jihad after Pakistani politician broadcasts Koran toilet flush rumor to spark unrest

MIM: Perception is more important then reality in the Muslim world. Radical Islamists have manipulated the outrage generated by a false story of a Koran flushing at Gitmo to whip mobs into a frenzy and call for global Jihad . The rage is has nothing to do with the Newsweek story, which was used by Pakistani politician Imran Khan in the same way one waves a red flag in front of a bull. At the same time Muslims were engaging in murder and mayhem in self righteous wrath over a non event, it was reported that more then 500 of their co religionists had been massacred by government forces in Uzbekistan. Scores of pctures in newspapers and on the news, of piles of bodies and streets running with blood, failed to ilicit so much as a murmur on the part of these raging Islamists. The din of the calls of 'Death to America', were surpassed by the deafening silence which followed the tv and newspaper pictures of hundreds of dead Muslims and blood running in the street

. This selective outrage is proof that the radical Islamists protests have nothing to do with Muslim rights or concern for the plight of their co religionists (or Koran) in Gitmo or elsewhere. Despite Newsweek's retraction of it's Koran toilet flush story, Muslims have decided to use it as an excuse to vent their wrath against infidels. Leading Islamic clerics have issued 'Jihad ultimatums' and stated that the U.S. has 3 days to find and turn over the non existent perpetrators to face Islamic justice. It is clear that this episode is part of a global Jihad strategy and is seen as a 'showdown' between Islam and the West. The fact that U.S. officials have been scrambling to apologize to Muslims,instead of denying the incident and laying the blame with militant Islamists who are encouraging the riots for personal and political gain.Muslims demand that the West accept Islam as the only true religion and defer to Muslims.

The spectacle of the secretary of State of the most powerful country in the world nearly choking back tears while referring to a false report on the 'desecration of the holy Koran' , is a sign for Muslims that they do wield power, and only whets their appetite for more. As of this writing Iran has joined the ranks of those vowing to destroy America, and a march of a thousand 'students' in the city of Qum included some in white shrouds expressing their wish to become martyrs .

The 'or else' has already been happening for nearly 2 decades, and the murder and mayhem of the past weeks, with more 'demonstrations' of Muslim discontent scheduled world wide, indicates that global Jihad may have been declared similar to the period which followed Bin Laden's 1998 fatwa. Kenneth Timmerman, one of the few people who realised the implications of the fatwa, wrote an article entitled; "This Man Wants You Dead".

The fatwa was unequivocal in it's aims and targets, and was headlined:" The ruling to kill the Americans and their allies--civilians and military--is an individual duty for every Muslim who can do it in any country in which it is possible to do it, in order to liberate the al-Aqsa Mosque and the holy mosque from their grip, and in order for their armies to move out of all the lands of Islam, defeated and unable to threaten any Muslim..."The ruling to kill Americans and their allies -- civilians and military is a duty for every Muslim. We -- with God's help -- call on every Muslim to kill the Americans..."

If we don't wake up and smell the coffee this time - we may soon be smelling the poison gas.

Beila Rabinowitz 2005 ( c) MIM


MIM: The Islamist 'mission' statement clearly outlines their agenda.

"I have been ordered to fight mankind until they say, "Laa ilaaha illallah wa anna Muhammadar Rasoul-Ullah - There is none worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad (saw) is the messenger of Allah." If they say that, their blood and wealth will be saved from me, except from the right of Islam (the Sharee'ah); and their accountability will be with Allah." (Musnad al-Imaam Ahmad)

Therefore, the messenger Muhammad (saw) and the believers were ordered to fight the people until they embrace Islam or live by Islam (and remain a Kaafir). If they become Muslim their blood and wealth will have sanctity, but they will still not be saved "from the right of Islam," meaning that they must still abide by the Sharee'ah (as a law and order). But if they remain non-Muslim, they must at least live by the laws of Islam; either way, the people have a choice of which religion they want to follow, but they have no choice of whether to live by the Sharee'ah or not this is the meaning of "except from the right of Islam."

It has also been authentically proven that our messenger Muhammad (saw) used to order his companions to invite the disbelievers to Islam. If they refused to embrace it or accept it as a system of governance, then fight against them until Allah's deen is dominant and implemented:


Muslim protests planned in advance?
Security official says Newsweek article served as trigger

Posted: May 18, 2005

By Aaron Klein

JERUSALEM Muslim protests throughout the Middle East regarding a now-retracted Newsweek report that claimed U.S. Army interrogators at Guantanamo Bay had flushed a Quran down the toilet are being organized by anti-Western jihadists and were planned several months ago with the magazine article serving as a convenient trigger, a senior Israeli security source told WND.

He warned that if not quelled, the gatherings can turn into violent mass anti-American revolts.

"Jihadists have been planting the seeds for quite some time for mass anti-American protests in the Middle East, particularly in Afghanistan and Pakistan, where pro-Taliban elements have been looking for an excuse to revolt against what they see as Western imposed governments," the security official said. "The Newsweek article was just the excuse they needed."

Newsweek reported May 9 that interrogators at the Cuba detention camp placed copies of the Quran on toilets to torture Muslim inmates and in one case flushed one down the toilet.

After two weeks, the magazine retracted its story, but not before it set off violent protests in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Indonesia and Gaza City, with at least 17 dead as a result.

Muslims in Indonesia and Pakistan continue holding anti-U.S. protests.

Islamic leaders in Pakistan have called for international anti-U.S. protest later this month.

"Islamic groups will hold demonstrations on May 27 across the world to condemn the desecration of Holy Quran in the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay," Qazi Hussain Ahmad, head of a coalition of six politico-religious groups said Sunday.

Ahmad said his alliance, the Muttahida Majlis Amal, had "coordinated with Islamic organizations all over the world to join us in this day of condemnation."

Groups in Pakistan, Egypt, Malaysia, Britain, Turkey and other countries are planning more rallies to protest the alleged desecration.

"We had reports beginning several months ago that Islamist groups have been seeking to start uprisings against American advances in the Middle East," said the security official.

"Pakistan and Afghanistan will likely be the site of the most unrest, with al-Qaida linked groups rallying constituents with plans of turning against the governments there. Hard-line shieks are bringing their followers to the streets."

The official continued: "This is about hopes to unseat [Pakistani president General Pervez] Musharraf, who they see as an ally of America, overthrow the new Afghan government, create unrest and instability that will bog down [American] forces and interests in Iraq and the greater Middle East."

"If not put down," the official warned, "continued protests can turn into violent insurgencies."

Meanwhile, Newsweek's retraction was met with skepticism throughout the Muslim world.

"The apology and retraction are not enough," Pakistan's Information Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed told Reuters.

Muttahida Majlis Amal demanded interrogators responsible for the alleged Quran desecration be punished.

"Those who planned and flashed this story in Newsweek must be exposed and punished," deputy secretary general of the MMA, Liaquat Baloch, told Agence France-Presse.

"We will not be deceived by this," Afghan Islamic cleric Mullah Sadullah Abu Aman told the Gulf Times yesterday, referring to the magazine's retraction. "This is a decision by America to save itself. It comes because of American pressure. Even an ordinary illiterate peasant understands this and won't accept it."

Aman was the leader of a group of clerics who on Sunday threatened a jihad against the U.S. in three days unless it handed over the military interrogators reported to have desecrated the Quran.

He told reporters the call for a jihad still stood.

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