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Nightstalker
07-22-2005, 09:37 PM
I thought this was good info so here it is.

Borrowed from another forum user:

For those interested in some insight into the radical Muslim mindset check these out.

Notice the second one in which it is discussed that the bombings in London are a conspiracy against Muslims.

Americanguy is an American from Texas who stumbled on to this website, signed up, made some posts, and was promptly banned.



http://ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=61393

http://ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=61408

http://ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?t=61213



The terrorist attack in which all of those kids were killed is discussed as well. Here is the explanation being put forth.


An independent investigation of the murder last week of 32 Iraqi children has been conducted by a local Iraqi news location (Mufakirat Al-Islam / Islamemo.cc) with results as follows:

http://www.islammemo.cc/taqrer/one_news.asp?IDnews=457

The writing is in Arabic, so I will translate some highlights for non-Arabic speakers:

- All major Iraqi Resistance groups issued joint written communiqué that was distributed on Thursday proclaiming that this operation was not undertaken by any of the groups neither in terms of execution or planning or involvement.

- Interview with local residents of the bombing stated that US forces cordoned off the street under the pretence that a vehicle (a KIA) parked in the street was wired to explode.

- Local residents stated that the US soldiers began handing out candy and schoolbags attracting the children.

- When residents, fearing for their children, asked about the KIA car , the US soldiers said that it was a 'false alarm' and that there was no bomb (but that a couple of US soldiers remained fiddling with the car).

- Children from neighboring streets came upon hearing of the sweets and free bags (as well as a rumor that Pokemon toys were being given out).

- After a period of about 15 minutes from them entering the street, the US forces dumped the remaining toys/sweets in a pile in the middle of the street and frantically drove off hitting 4 children in the process with their vehicle.

- Seconds later, the KIA vehicle exploded killing 32 children and wounding about ten others who were gathered in the street.

- Residents also reported that, contrary to what the US military stated, there were no US casualties or injuries from this blast as the US forces had rushed out of the street just before the explosion took place.

- Information gathered from the Iraqi fire services stated that the explosion did not leave the signature traces of a TNT blast as used by the Resistance (being left over from Russian explosives used by the Iraqi army), as the TNT blast is always outward from the place of explosion and does not leave a crater as this car bomb did.

In conclusion, the evidence and interviews revealed what was obvious from the very start...That this evil crime was perpetrated by occupation forces with the objective of murdering Iraqi children and blaming the national Resistance so as to lessen its base of support.

May God grant peace to the dead, victory to the Resistance, and shame and retribution to the occupiers and their allies/supporters.

ras314
07-23-2005, 11:23 AM
Wow. Sort of makes all these discussions over who is the biggest liar, Clinton or Bush look tame doesn't it.

After reading a lot of that forum my first thought still sticks with me: a bunch of people who moved to a better place they want to make just like the miserable place they came from.

DiddleESquat
07-24-2005, 10:42 AM
Here is a link to the Middle East Media Research Institute. The "radical" views are in fact quite mainstream among the followers of "the religion of peace".
MEMRI VIDEOS (http://www.memri.org/video/)