Thursday, December 22, 2011

They attacked markets, grocery stores, schools, and govt buildings

"Using car bombs and improvised explosive devices, insurgents attacked markets, grocery stores, schools and government buildings in a dozen neighborhoods in central and eastern part of the capital."

57 comments :

Anonymous said...

it doesnt bother Mojo when Americans attacked markets, grocerys, schools

Remember "Shock and Awe"? The Americans destroyed Iraqi infrastructure in 2003, including institutions, factories, bridges, schools, you name it.

And dont get me started on their crimes in Fallujah, winning hearts and minds their thats for sure

Iraqi Mojo said...

The Americans attacked markets, schools in Iraq? Is that what the Sunni 3arab jarab told you, Canadian khara from Falas6eezi?

Some American soldiers did commit crimes in Iraq, but nothing of the magnitude of the murderous Wahhabi 3arab jarab.

Iraqi Mojo said...

The US destroyed Iraq's infrastructure in 1991. Did the Sunni 3arab jarab give a shit? No. They moved to Canada and America. All the Sunni 3arab jarab care about is Sunni domination of Iraq.

Anonymous said...

Enough with the abusive language. Learn some manners. This is what happens when you are intellectually bankrupt.

Do you have anything intelligent to say to counter what I said? Why would I want Iraq to be dominated by Sunnis when the majority are Shia? Let them govern themselves according to what they see fit. I was merely pointing out your hypocrisy when criticizing sunni extremists but failing to criticize the American occupation and shia extremists as well.

When you peddle the sectarian hatred, your only making the matter worse.

Anonymous said...

Secondly, I did give a shit in 1991, and the 12 years of sanctions when they even banned PENCILS from entering Iraq, and half a million children died as a result of those sanctions (which included medical supplies as well)

Iraqi Mojo said...

Anonymous 3arab jarab, what you said does not make sense. America did not bomb markets and schools. The Sunni 3arab jarab (the scum of the earth) did.

Iraqi Mojo said...

It cannot get any worse than this, bin falas6eez. The Sunni 3arab jarab must secede from Iraq and join their brethren in Syria, Jordan, and Falas6eez.

The Sunni 3arab jarab complained about sanctions against Iraq because the 3arab jarab exploit any cause that makes America look bad. They do this while they live in America and Canada and buy American-made goods. The Sunni 3arab jarab buy Starbucks while their extremists bomb Iraqi cafes. The Sunni 3arab jarab are the hypocrite cockroach scum of the earth.

Anonymous said...

Did the deaths of half a million iraqi children look bad? Damn rights it did. They sanctioned medicine, food, and used depleted uranium.

Also, just because I live in Canada, it doesn't make me blind to what is happening in the world. Do you expect me to ignore crimes by the Americans or by Canadians? That doesn't make me less patriotic to criticize the government when they need to be criticized. Do I have to have white skin to criticize the government? lol

Also, nowhere do you mention the root cause of all the destruction today, and that is the American occupation of Iraq and subsequent Iraqi anger at those who supported the occupation, resulting in a civil war between the traitors and those who want to see a sovereign Iraq., not Americas bitch.

Anyways, with the Americans gone now, I think the ones who supported the occupation should be verry worried. Just look at how history treated the vietnamese and the lebanese who supported the occupation of their country.

Anonymous said...

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2011/12/20111215164220357796.html

Get your visa while you can! loool

Iraqi Mojo said...

I did not question your patriotism to Canada, anonymous falas6eezi.

You hate America. You do not care about Iraqi Shia.

Iraqi Mojo said...

You care about Sunni Arabs in Iraq, just like most Sunni 3arab jarab do. Your fellow Sunni 3arab jarab became angry only after their hero, the mass murderer of Iraqis, was put on trial for crimes against humanity.

The Sunni 3arab jarab are the ones who should be worried, bin falas6eez. I hope your muqawama is sent to jehenem where they belong.

Iraqi Mojo said...

The root cause of problems in Iraq is the refusal of Sunni 3arab jarab to accept democracy.

Anonymous said...

honestly man if u think that the war was about democracy, i feel sorry for you.

Only a fool would believe that America sent 150,000 troops in a war that cost trillions for the Iraqi people. Grow up man, your a raghead according to Bush, Cheney, and every military guy from general to Jarhead.

Anybody who supported the occupation under the pretext of democracy is a traitor to Iraq.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Most Iraqis were hoping for democracy, anonymous 3arab jarab. I know the Sunni 3arab jarab (the scum of the planet) didn't give a khara about democracy in Iraq and I know all they cared about was Sunni Arab domination of Iraq. They got angry and blew up markets and cafes only after their hero, the Tikriti dictator, the mass murderer of Iraqis, was overthrown and put on trial for all the crimes his regime committed.

I supported democracy in Iraq, not occupation. It is the Sunni Arab extremists like Zarqawi (the Jordanian 3arab jarab who descended from falas6eezi) who forced the US to stay in Iraq longer than necessary. It is scum like you, anonymous falas6eezi in Canada, who encouraged sectarian violence in Iraq.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Sunni Arabs in Shia-run Iraq can protest against the govt. It is more of a democracy than Iraq ever was under Saddam the hero of the Sunni 3arab jarab.

Anonymous said...

Get over the fact that I am sunni. I don't look at Muslims as sunni or shia, 90% of the creed is the same anyway.

Nothing is Islamic about Iraq's government. There is no Sharia law instated. It's not a theocracy. So who cares if the prime minister is shia, sunni, christian, or the devil himself for that matter? Iraq is ruled under kafir law, ruled by puppets, and that is a fact.

You are encouraging sectarianism by your speech. Its a shame really. Iraqis are one people and they should all be respected under the law as equals. Forget who is shia and who is sunni, why does it matter?

Iraqi Mojo said...

I don't care if the Iraqi PM is Sunni or Shia, as long as he crushes the 3arab jarab who mass murder Iraqis.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Religion should have nothing to do with government.

Anonymous said...

Why shouldn't Religion have anything to do with government? Says who? Do you really have anything to back up your statement?

Islam has a lot to say about leadership, decision making, what laws are required, etc you cannot remove it from government.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Because religion is old. It may have worked well for the Arabs in the 7th century. It does not work for the 21st century. The part about allowing husbands to beat their wives, for example, is quite outdated and leads to injstice. Women inherit less than men according to the Qur'an, and this too is outdated. Women (humanity in general) must be protected by new laws that supersede religion. Thankfully that is how it is in America.

Anonymous said...

What you just said amounts to kufr. Are you rejecting the law of the Quran? thats 100% Kufr

After all, we live in an age where kuffar are so arrogant they think they are smarter than Allah SWT

Anonymous said...

Mojo,

You do realize you are a a very small fraction of a percent in Iraq, right?

The overwhelming majority of Iraqis are muslims, and they have a different viewpoint than you. Islam is very relevant to government in Iraq, according to the Muslims of Iraq, not according to atheists like you.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Iraqi Muslims will eventually learn to separate religion from government. Otherwise it will be stuck in the 7th century like KSA and Iran have been.

Iraqi Mojo said...

Evidently Allah told men they could beat their wives. How is that smart?

Anonymous said...

Is your name really Muhannad, or is that just a cover to pretend that you are Iraqi.

I wonder if its identity theft or not. Either way, i cant WAIT to tell the new Iraqi Islamic government (once the puppets run away) that Muhannad is a murtad.

You will NEVER be able to set foot in iraq ever again. Get used to being a raghead hajji in America for the rest of your life. Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Are you calling Allah SWT stupid? Think about what your saying

Anonymous said...

istaghfirallah

Iraqi Mojo said...

If Allah wrote that crap about husbands beating their wives, Allah is stupid indeed. But rational people know that crap was written by Arab men. And the men who continue to practice that crap in the 21st century are the real idiots.

Murdering gay people because the Qur'an says so is also very stupid.

Anonymous said...

"God hath set a seal on their hearts and on their hearing, and on their eyes is a veil; great is the penalty they (incur)." Quran 2:7

I'm afraid, after a person disbelieves, there disbelief is magnified to a point where there is no hope for the disbeliever to return to Allah. he will never return, so Allah seals their hearts as a punishment.
Allah SWT stamps their hearts as VOID, they are lost to the point of no return.

Iraqi Mojo said...

I doubt I will ever return to Iraq, especially if it is run by Islamic retards. If I do return, it would be for a short visit, and I would not share my views about the stupidities of Islam with anybody unless I know they agree with me.

But I might share this:

'The Quran insists strongly that “there shall be no coercion in matters of faith” and commands Muslims to respect the beliefs of Jews and Christians, whom the Quran calls ‘ahl al-kitab’, a phrase usually translated “People of the Book” but which is more accurately rendered “people of an earlier revelation:”

‘Do not argue with the followers of earlier revelation otherwise than in a most kindly manner – unless it be such of them as are bent on evil-doing – and say: “We believe in that which has been bestowed from on high upon us, as well as that which has been bestowed upon you; for our God and your God is one and the same, and it is unto Him that we [all] surrender ourselves.”’

Iraqi Mojo said...

When 70 innocent men, women and children are incinerated in bomb blasts, I do wonder if there is a God.

When a religion tells me that I will end up in hell with Saddam because I disagree with some parts of its holy text, I will naturally question the logic of such a religion.

Anonymous said...

Is your name really Muhannad? I am going to forward everything you say about Islam to the maraji in Iraq, let the muslim brothers in Iraq deal with you.

Iraqi Mojo said...

But I am not in Iraq. What could the mujrimeen and munafiqeen do to me?

Anonymous said...

You disagree with Allah SWT? Who the hell are you? What makes you think you have any authority and what makes you think your opinion matters? Do you question the wisdom of the one who created the entire universe, your silly excuse of a human being self included?

Anonymous said...

your not in iraq, thats right, and you will never be able to SMELL iraq.

Iraqi Mojo said...

I doubt Allah wrote the Qur'an. Arab men of the 7th century wrote the Qur'an.

Many Iraqis abandoned religion after the sectarian violence. I can relate to them.

Anonymous said...

You reject Prophet Muhammad PBUH and you call him a liar. This does not resonate well with the 100,s of millions of Muslims who love Rasool Allah more than they love themselves.

If you reject the prophet of Allah, then please tell me, who do you accept?

Anonymous said...

what is your purpose of life?

Who created you?

What do you follow?

Who is your Lord?

What is your salvation?

What is your book?

Iraqi Mojo said...

I have no Lord. I follow logic, science, and math. I have many books:)

I am not sure if anybody is actually responsible for creating me, other than my parents and my genes. I have learned from science that humans and mammals have evolved over millions of years and we are living in a special time in which the climate allows humans to live easily on earth. Technology has allowed us to share knowledge easily and live comfortably. We are lucky. Should I thank Allah? Thank you Allah! Allah Kareem!

I enjoy history too. I'm watching the History Channel now. "Rivals of Jesus" is on. When the Romans were in charge of Palestine they persecuted Christians, called them "atheists" because they did not worship the emperor. Today I am called "atheists" by some Muslims, even though "agnostic" would be a more accurate term. Humans have been doing this shit for thousands of years. These days the emperor is "God" or "Allah". I have been told since childhood that I must worship Allah or else my soul will burn in hell. After learning science and math, I began to question this theory.

I do not know what will happen to my soul after the death of my body. I hope there is an afterlife, and I hope I end up in heaven, of course:) But why would I have to worship an entity that I do not understand in order to get to heaven? It does not make sense to me.

From what I have read, Allah is all knowing, peaceful and just. I too seek justice, peace, and knowledge. I agree with Allah when he says that we must not kill each other. I do not agree with Allah when he says that gay people must be killed. I am happy I live in a country that allows me to write this.

Anonymous said...

same lame story. "nothing" created you. You think you are smart becaues you follow "science and math", as if Islam is incompatible with "science". On the contrary, Islam encourages science. "Read!" was the first revelation of the Quran. In the golden age, Muslim contribution to science flourished.

Dont give me that "I follow science" bullshit. You stil lnever told me what your purpose in life is, nor provided an explanation who created you (dont tell me "nothing", "nothing" does not make any sense.


That was a Pure Kufr answer! Now we know you for who you really are

Iraqi Mojo said...

My purpose in life is to survive.

After the Romans adopted Christianity in 391 the emperor Theodosius made Christianity mandatory and outlawed all other religions. Religion makes people nutty. The Muslimeen of the 21st century (and the mujrimeen among the Muslimeen) are a good example.

Islam is not necessarily incompatible with science. The Muslim scientists of the 8th and 9th centuries were much more tolerant than the retards who run KSA, Iran, and other conservative Islamic countries today.

I have quoted before in Baghdad Paper:

"Not all the consequences of Islam's great expansive push were as grand, perhaps, as the confluence of some of the world's great intellectual traditions, but they proved at least as vital. One such was the acquisition of the wondrous Chinese technology of paper, an enormous aid to the intellectual enterprise just beginning to take shape at the Abbasid court."

Iraqi Mojo said...

Muslims in those days nurtured intellectual and scientific knowledge:

"Muslim conquest and empire building also restored ancient ties among historic centers of civilization across a huge landmass. This created an invaluable melting pot for intellectual traditions that had been forcibly kept apart for centuries by political divisions: Hellenistic learning that evolved in Greece and, later, Alexandria, on the one hand, and Sumerian, Persian, and Indian wisdom on the other. Muslims, Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians, the star-worshipping Sabaeans, and assorted other pagans were all able to exchange ideas and teachings. Under Abd al-Rahman, the surviving Umayyad prince, and his successors, this same intellectual tradition put down deep roots in Muslim Spain. There, its guardians would one day hand over priceless gifts to the army of Latin scholars who, fired by the example of Adelard of Bath, set off on their own hunt of the studia Araburm.'

Iraqi Mojo said...

What happened to Arab brilliance?

"What happened to the Islamic scholars who sought scientific progress and social justice? What happened to Arab culture and learning? Has progress been strangled by tyranny? Why the disparaging view of Arabs in the West?"

Iraqi Mojo said...

The Golden Age of Islam ended long ago, it seems.

Anonymous said...

"My purpose in life is to survive."

Well, then you will ultimately fail, sooner or later. What a shitty reason to live knowing you are going to die. Then nothing matters after you are dead, according to your philosophy

Muhannad said...

Nothing matters? I would not say that. It matters to me that my children, nieces, nephews and their children inherit an earth that has been as hospitable to us as it will be for them. It matters that they inherit a country that has been as good to us as it will be to them. It matters to me that humans continue to survive after I die and I hope to help in that effort while I am alive.

Do I care what happens to my soul (assuming something happens) after I die? Of course I do. If there is an afterlife, and if I do not end up in hell, I will consider it a bonus! Otherwise I am not expecting anything spectacular. I hope I am wrong.

Muhannad said...

I mean after I die I hope humans continue to survive in PEACE and PROSPERITY.

Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight, your purpose in life is survival of humans in the future who have no impact on your life today?

Im talking about YOUR purpose in life, not theirs

Anonymous said...

so your purpose in life is not your survival, its the future generations survival. Again, big fail, the future generations will ultimately die, leaving you back to square one. Then nothing matters after they die, according to your philosophy, since when they die, their goes your purpose of life!

Anonymous said...

Mojo, your like an animal on 2 legs.
You have no idea who created you, no idea why you were created, you have no real purpose of life, ur only desire to live is for the sake of living itself. Now that is a lost soul.

Muhannad said...

I was created to write a blog that documents the crimes of Saddam al Tikriti at a time when many Sunni Arabs were defending him.

I was created to learn and teach others. I learn something new almost every day.

I was created to have as much fun as possible without hurting myself or others.

Muhannad said...

My purpose in life is to point out the incredible hypocrisy of the Arabs, because nobody else is doing it.

Anonymous said...

"I was created to have as much fun as possible without hurting myself or others."

So your purpose in life is self gratification. If you are not self gratified, you just lost your purpose in life.

Anonymous said...

Come back to islam mojo, you are a confused soul

Anonymous said...

dear Anonymous,
Don't you feel guilty living on Canadian lands stolen from the noble Red Man ? Maybe you should return to Poland, or wherever you came from.
bushtheliberator

Anonymous said...

Bushtheliberator,

I absolutely feel bad for the Natives in Canada. The Quran clearly states how to deal with Natives of the land. Just read Dhul-Qarnayn in Surat Alkahf, maybe the white man can learn something.

As for me feeling "guilty", well, I am not the white man, We emigrated to Canada long after the genocide occurred. That question should be directed to the decedents of the white man who committed genocide, not me nor my family. If I had it my way, I would be paying taxes to the natives of the land, but the white man will not hear of it.

Iraqi Mojo said...

I got it backwards with the above comment. I should have said "It matters to me that my children, nieces, nephews and their children inherit an earth that will be as hospitable for them as it has been for us." and "It matters that they inherit a country that will be as good to them as it has been to us."