February 17, 2010
From Jan. 24 to Feb. 14, a total of 17 suicide bombers took aim at one coalition member after another but failed to kill any of them, according to a compilation of reports from Afghan police and military officials, and from the American-led International Security Assistance Force.
Heh. The best suicide bombers kill only themselves.
"So since you think we know about it, why tell us again? Are you trying to get a link exchange or something?" you ask?
First off, don't talk to me that way.
Second, there's an update.
One of the the Jawas (Abu Fatima is his anti-Jihad name) found a truly brutal clip, description below the fold. It's seriously brutal (Yes, I would kid you, but not this time).
I'm not into snuff videos, but these are the kind I'd like to see prospective jihadis saw, the ones where you get no virgins.
Allah doesn't pay off on "try".
February 12, 2010
We fight animals such as these. We fight to keep animals such as these from attacking anything close to civilized life. And we fight animals such as this because they are sick freaks who need to be exterminated. ***Warning: the link itself is safe, but leads to some really vile stuff***.
February 07, 2010
Gita Sahgal, head of the gender unit at Amnesty’s international secretariat, believes that collaborating with Moazzam Begg, a former British inmate at Guantanamo Bay, “fundamentally damages” the organisation’s reputation.
In an email sent to Amnesty’s top bosses, she suggests the charity has mistakenly allied itself with Begg and his “jihadi” group, Cageprisoners, out of fear of being branded racist and Islamophobic.
Sahgal describes Begg as “Britain’s most famous supporter of the Taliban”. He has championed the rights of jailed Al-Qaeda members and hate preachers, including Anwar al-Awlaki, the alleged spiritual mentor of the Christmas Day Detroit plane bomber.
Amnesty’s work with Cageprisoners took it to Downing Street last month to demand the closure of Guantanamo Bay. Begg has also embarked on a European tour, hosted by Amnesty, urging countries to offer safe haven to Guantanamo detainees. This is despite concerns about former inmates returning to terrorism.
Sahgal, who has researched religious fundamentalism for 20 years, has decided to go public because she feels Amnesty has ignored her warnings for the past two years about the involvement of Begg in the charity’s Counter Terror With Justice campaign.
“I believe the campaign fundamentally damages Amnesty International’s integrity and, more importantly, constitutes a threat to human rights,” Sahgal wrote in an email to the organisation’s leaders on January 30. “To be appearing on platforms with Britain’s most famous supporter of the Taliban, whom we treat as a human rights defender, is a gross error of judgment.”
I mean, seriously. Is it any shock anymore that a leftitst peacenik group would be more willing to aid terrorists than care for the women, gays, and other folks who suffer under the thumb of such goatfuckers? These people are not just some easily duped, naive (hello, Jacob Weisberg!) dreamers. They are fucking aiding and abetting terrorism. They are aiding the imprisonment and torture of minorities and less powerful. And they are fucking scum who need to be marginalized.
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