Thursday, December 16, 2010

Mother of AQ leader says Al Qaeda not a terrorist organization

Adnan Gulshair el Shukrijumah's mother, who lives in Florida, says her son and Al Qaeda are not terrorists.

10 comments :

Maury said...

Nah, they're just trying to save the whales.

Anonymous said...

so what asshole? You and the American pigs on here do not call the american war criminals and mass murderers war criminals and mass murderers.

atleast when usama bin laden commits murder he doesnt say "i liberated the people i killed"

C.H. said...

Al-Qaeda is under the impression it is "liberating" Iraq from American Occupation when their Fedyeen bombers take down Iraqi school children.

Do you remember when one of these holy warriors crashed 1,000 lbs of explosives into a daycare center last year? It was labeled "The Den of Infidelity" by your heroic "resistance" fuckheads.

Dolly said...

The buildings targeted in that attack were: "Justice Ministry," and "Baghdad Provincial Administration."
Whether a school bus was also destroyed, I have no idea.
But since the Shee Ah are famous liars, then everything about their statements is suspect.

Mister Ghost said...

They need to deport "Mom" back to the Third World Islamic Hellhole that spawned her, also known as Saudi Arabia apparently.

But Muhannad, who's always an apologist for Shia terrorism, and never sees the Shiites engaging in it, get a load of this:

Former member of Iran's Revolutionary Guard says Iran uses mosques in U.S. to plot jihad terror

Reza Khalili: Mosques are supposed to be a place for prayer. A place for submission to God. But they are used as a recruitment center, for backdoor meetings, transfer of arms and cash and putting together terrorist activities and I was involved in some of their meetings.

Erick Stakelbeck: You made a key point, that Iran used mosques and Islamic cultural centers in the West to further its agenda...could you get a little bit more specific about that? How does Iran uses mosques here in the U.S. and in Europe to plot terrorism?

Khalili: I can tell you from experience: I was part of the operation, I was involved in the Islamic community, and I can tell you clearly that out of mosques, there was a big effort within the Afghan communities by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards members--and with Pakistanis, Turks and others. And they would recruit from them, they would transfer cash and arms. And mosques provided a safe haven, and actually, in my view, were one of the centers of the operation. So if an intelligence agency such as the CIA infiltrates a mosque and understands that there is a specific Guards member who runs it, then actually they could be very successful in drawing a chart of all the terrorist activities in that specific region. That's how central the mosque operation was.

Maury said...

It takes a special kind of person to throw himself on a hand grenade.....or homicide bomber.

http://tinyurl.com/26uf2aq

Iraqi Mojo said...

Oct 2009:

'Al Qaeda's umbrella group in Iraq claimed responsibility for the twin suicide bombings in the heart of Baghdad that killed at least 155 people, including 24 children trapped in a bus leaving a day care center.

The al Qaeda branch, known as the Islamic State of Iraq, said in a statement posted on the Internet late Monday that its "martyrs ... targeted the dens of infidelity."

Massive car bombs have been the hallmark of al Qaeda and Sunni insurgents seeking to overthrow the country's Shiite-dominated government in Iraq.

The attack Sunday in the heart of the Iraqi capital struck the Justice Ministry and the Baghdad Provincial Administration. It was Iraq's deadliest attacks in two years and it raised more fears about the country's ability to protect itself as it prepares for January elections and the U.S. military withdrawal.

Among the dead were two dozen children, killed on a bus that was leaving a daycare center near the Justice Ministry at the time of the explosions, said an official at the hospital where the bodies were brought. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media.'

Iraqi Mojo said...

I'm not sure if Mister Ghost intended to delete this comment, but I'm going to publish it anyway, in case he thinks I deleted it:

'They need to deport "Mom" back to the Third World Islamic Hellhole that spawned her, also known as Saudi Arabia apparently.

But Muhannad, who's always an apologist for Shia terrorism, and never sees the Shiites engaging in it, get a load of this:

Former member of Iran's Revolutionary Guard says Iran uses mosques in U.S. to plot jihad terror

Reza Khalili: Mosques are supposed to be a place for prayer. A place for submission to God. But they are used as a recruitment center, for backdoor meetings, transfer of arms and cash and putting together terrorist activities and I was involved in some of their meetings.

Erick Stakelbeck: You made a key point, that Iran used mosques and Islamic cultural centers in the West to further its agenda...could you get a little bit more specific about that? How does Iran uses mosques here in the U.S. and in Europe to plot terrorism?

Khalili: I can tell you from experience: I was part of the operation, I was involved in the Islamic community, and I can tell you clearly that out of mosques, there was a big effort within the Afghan communities by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards members--and with Pakistanis, Turks and others. And they would recruit from them, they would transfer cash and arms. And mosques provided a safe haven, and actually, in my view, were one of the centers of the operation. So if an intelligence agency such as the CIA infiltrates a mosque and understands that there is a specific Guards member who runs it, then actually they could be very successful in drawing a chart of all the terrorist activities in that specific region. That's how central the mosque operation was. '

Iraqi Mojo said...

Again I got this message after I clicked Publish: "Request-URI Too Large

The requested URL /... is too large to process."

Has anybody else seen this message?

Iraqi Mojo said...

Mister Ghost, tonight I came across this Nov 2007 post, which is about the fundamentalist Shia who killed secular women in Basra:

"How sad for Iraqis who celebrated their new-found freedom from tyranny, only to be murdered by fundamentalists. I wonder if these criminals are the same people who murdered Steven Vincent."

There are backward Salafi idiots among Shia too, and they too have terrorized Iraqis, and they've killed a few Americans, including the brave journalist Steven Vincent. I do see Shia terrorism, but I also see that in terms of civilian casualties it pales in comparison to Sunni terrorism.