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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Throttle the Radical Islamic Ideology

Radical Islam is enjoying an orgy of blood-letting around the world.
Here are some examples of their current hi jinks:

On Sunday, youths set a bus ablaze on the outskirts of Paris, then stoned police and firemen trying to put out the flames. Bus drivers refused yesterday to take to the streets of Grigny, south of Paris, in protest.
It was at least the fifth time in recent weeks that youths have launched an apparently concerted attack on the police and symbols of the French state.
"The attacks of the last few weeks show [the gangs] are well prepared and using military-like organization," said Gaelle James, of a police trade union.
She said gang members were getting "younger and younger, and more and more violent".
Across France in the first six months of this year, 21,000 cars were burnt out and there were 2,882 attacks on the police, fire and ambulance services.

Arab Killings In Iraq
(AP) At least two more policemen were fatally shot early Tuesday in the southern Iraqi city of Amarah, where militiamen loyal to an anti-American cleric have been hunting down officers aligned with a rival group in a new outbreak of Shiite-on-Shiite revenge attacks.
A U.S. military spokesman said there had been no word on the fate of a U.S. Army solider reported missing in Baghdad on Monday. Troops carrying photos of the missing soldier continued door-to-door searches while Army Kiowa reconnaissance helicopters circled overhead in the central Karradah district.
The missing soldier's name and other personal details have not been officially released. American troops who raided Baghdad's al-Furat TV on Monday said they were looking for an abducted American officer of Iraqi descent who had gone to join family members in Karradah.
"We have not heard anything," Lt. Col. Christopher Garver, an American spokesman in Baghdad, said Tuesday.
"We are sure U.S. forces are doing everything they can in the search."
A U.S. military official in Washington on Monday said the missing soldier was a U.S. Army translator of Iraqi descent who may have been abducted. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the information was not cleared for release.
The American military announced that two more U.S. Marines were killed during combat in the insurgent stronghold of Anbar province. The deaths raised to 89 the number of U.S. forces killed in October, the highest toll for any month this year and on course to surpass the October 2005 total of 96. Before that the deadliest months were January 2005, at 107; November 2004 at 137 and April 2004, at 135.
Police captain Hussein Salih Hassan was killed Tuesday in a pre-dawn gun battle with attackers who forced their way into his home, Ali Challoub, an administrator at Amarah's al-Sadr Public hospital, said. A non commissioned officer, Ala' Ghlayyim Zned was killed in his home by machine gun-toting attackers at around the same time, Challoub said.
The latest killings in Amarah follow the murders of four policemen on Monday, which were blamed on fighters of the Mahdi Army headed by hard line anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Those forces appeared to have control of the southern city's streets after the police force dominated by the rival Badr Brigades fled. Although the Iraqi army set up a few roadblocks, troops did not seek to block Mahdi fighters.
The spread of revenge killings among Shiites in their southern heartland poses a new challenge for the Iraqi government and American forces struggling to control insurgent and sectarian bloodshed to the north _ especially in Baghdad. It also bodes ill for greater political progress; both al-Sadr's party and the sponsors of the Badr Brigades, the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq, or SCIRI, are members of the ruling Shiite coalition.
The attacks came despite a public call by al-Sadr to halt the killings, suggesting that splinter groups were developing within his militia.

GAZA CITY,Palestinian Murders

Gaza Strip A Palestinian security officer was killed Sunday night in internal Palestinian violence in the Gaza Strip, Palestinian security officials said.
The man worked for Preventive Security, a security organization allied with President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah faction, the officials said. The identity of the assailants was not immediately known, but the officials linked the killing to internal Palestinian violence that has been raging in the Gaza Strip for weeks. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to reporters.
Fatah is embroiled in a feud with Hamas, the Islamist group that controls the government in the Palestinian Authority. At least 14 people have been killed in street violence between forces loyal to the rivals. Early Sunday, a Fatah activist was killed in a clash with Hamas gunmen.

More Arab genocide in Darfur

Arab tribesmen killed hundreds of villagers in late August in the western Darfur region, the United Nations human rights office said.
Militia groups from the Habbania tribe carried out a ``brutal campaign'' in southern Darfur, involving ``wholesale burning of villages, looting and forced displacements,'' the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights said in a report published yesterday.
The campaign, which may have killed several hundred civilians, ``appears to have been conducted with the knowledge and material support of government authorities,'' said the report, which called for an independent inquiry. ``Government knowledge, if not complicity, in the attacks is almost certain.''
The conflict in Darfur, a region the size of France, has caused the deaths of as many as 400,000 people and driven more than 2 million from their homes.

To Palestinians blowing up Jews is much more fun than negotiating.
France is 20% Muslim.
Europe correctly fears becoming Islamic in
the near future.
The U.S., and Israel , which I call IsraelAmerica, is the last
bastion of freedom in the world.
When we entered Iraq we should have
killed far more people and done much more damage than was done.
But mistakes were made.
Nonetheless, we cannot lose in Iraq.
If we give up, cut and run, redeploy, or whatever you call it, the U.S. will not be
able to tolerate the slaughter that will increase dramatically upon our
departure, we will have to go back, and the situation will be infinitely more
difficult.
The only way to win the war on terror is to
throttle the
radical ideology.
The war on terrorism is the Third World war, and it
won't be won by the U.N., which talks and talks, as they are doing in Darfur,
and when all the innocent are dead say, "Problem solved."



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