Monday, March 08, 2010

No "twittering" for Iraq's phony election, Minhaj-al-Quilliam and and Umar Lee calls it a day

It's that time of the year again, elections in client puppet regimes and banana republics. There was no need for international monitors in Iraq's "historic" election for some odd reason. I guess thats what US troops and mercenaries are for. Much like Afghanistan, there will be "twittering" for this. It's a replay of 2005's phony elections :

Bottom line : There is no such thing as a free and fair election under a foreign occupation.

Some sectarian takfiri clown by the name of Tahir ul-Qadri from a organization calling itself "Minhaj-al-Qur'an" has issued a 600 page fatwa against terrorism. Marvelous. Trouble is it's not really a condemnation of terrorism as it is groveling apologist drivel from a typical scholar for dollars. Ofcourse we're all against terrorism, and I mean ALL terrorism, not the usual suspects definition. Yet no where in the 600 pages do we find a single word against Anglo-American-Judeo state terrorism, the root cause of global instability and terror. That's exactly why this "fatwa" has been getting so much play in Western state media. How does Tahir ul-Qadri feel about his own country being under the bombarded daily of Uncle Sam? Why did he choose to make a royal splash with British government stooges Quilliam foundation in London instead of his native Pakistan for this "fatwa"?
Probably too afraid of a drone attack back at home. Check out his "sheikh-ness" being prostrated to :

"Sheik al-Islam" indeed.

Umar Lee has decided to quit blogging. While I didn't always agree with Umar, his posts came from the heart and out of genuine love and concern for the Ummah. The brother kept it real till the end, I but can't quite shake the feeling it has something to do with the MMK situation. There's no doubt blogging is on the decline, and we all should focus on more important real life priorities like strengthening our imaan.
However I'm not quiting the scene. so the judeofascist fifth column, immigrant brown clowns, native informers, munafiqs etc shouldn’t breathe easy as of yet.


lwtc247 said...

Salam Dr M. I would agree that political blogging is on the decline. I think people are realising it's not making any difference. The hope that it would, like the politicians it was aimed at turned out to be a false dawn.

In the UK, all it's done is expose just a little bit of the dirt that MP thrive on, at any particular time, meaning they will change to different dirt instead or back to the same dirt after some time.

Dumb blogging: (movies/scandal/hasbara/fluffy kittens etc) may even been expanding slightly.

Af for the main topic of this blog, about a week ago, I was involved with some discussion over this matter. Here's what I had to say, In case anyone's interested.:
{Names removed for varous reasons}


I haven't read Dr Tahir ul-Qadri's book but I have an overwhelming feeling I don't need to, for what I see being described in front of me is wholly familiar: A perverse act of beguilement.

Frankly, I feel sick at hearing of this work, very sick indeed!

Even the stupidest Muslim knows terrorism and suicide bombings are vile and sinful acts in violation of Islam. What Muslim says "I'm going to do an act of terrorism for Allah!” Prove to me that this happens. What some might do is (and lets be realistic here - the number is miniscule) conclude that people who vote for the Blairs/Bushs/Obamas/Howards/Aznars of this world, hold responsibility for the despotic acts which those elected and supported leaders commit. This is where a real debate resides. As for suicide bombers, the research is clear, religious ideology is only a minor motivating factor in carrying out suicide bombings. Of course to the victim and mourners of a religiously motivated suicide bombing it is highly significant, but as a measure of violent acts as a whole, religious motivation in suicide bombings is almost irrelevant. The reports of Dr ul-Qadri’s book paint him as fawning to and parroting western demonising propaganda.

Let me take the opportunity to say quite clearly, that I do not feel qualified to properly evaluate those shades of grey, hence I am compelled to avoid them. However, what I can understand perfectly, is that others have looked at these issues (one presumes in some detail) and thereby concluded that some of these grey areas can be legitimately accepted, earmarking some – that we might call ‘civilians’ – for acts of resistance. I can well imagine this might get applied to those who bankroll wars that put Muslims in the crosshairs, or those who make the F-16's, predator drones and hellfire missiles, white phosphorous shells, C4, TATP, DU (all western ‘creations’ – strangely enough!), those who order their deployment and even those that vote for politicians who with no reservations say they would order their use. In fact, depending on whether I’ve heard the near-daily atrocity or the ‘atrocity tally’ for a particular day, it’s can be quite easy to see why some might refuse to blame just the ‘trigger pullers’.

lwtc247 said...

To “Al-Qaeda”. Tell me, where did the name Al-Qaeda come from? If you don't know yet supported the synopsis reported of Dr ul-Qadri book, then one should feel a sense of shame. Research the origin before one may agree with something else about which one has little or no knowledge. Say that name Al-Qaeda and of course 9-11 enters the mind. ONLY if you are able to answer the HUGE number of utterly serious factual and scientific aspects of 9-11 which undermine the official narrative of 9-11 then should you hold an opinion that the so called "Al-Qaeda" did 9-11. By the way, you were aware that the majority of 9-11 Commissionaires have now distanced themselves from the 9-11 Commission report? Who now has the nerve to standing beside the official version of 9-11.

Even if you believe the fantastical idea that so called “Al-Qaeda" did 9-11, aren’t you missing the point? 9-11 did not spring forth from the vacuum. The very notion that some guys looked at the United States and hated it for its self-declared "freedoms" is at odds with a sense of reason. Then to take it upon themselves to attack the US - but not of course the places where the President was, or the congressmen, or the war bankrollers were – ridiculous.

Lets be clear, 9-11 is act of terrorism undoubtedly, as what’s coldly called "selective identification of legitimate targets” (see earlier: "grey area") was not exercised. 9-11 Should leave no room in anyone’s mind that it was an act that deserves rejection. I hold the view – a view the powers that be don’t subscribe to - that an independent investigation into ALL aspects of 9-11 should be conducted and those responsible, no matter who they are, should be punished. It’s being presented that Dr Tahir ul-Qadri believes that so called Al-Qaeda were responsible. Even if one panders to the baseless level of a weird fantasy, and say, Al-Qaeda did do it, then to believe it was unassisted, mirrors the public diatribe of obnoxious liars like Neocon John Bolton. That there is no distinction here between Dr Tahir ul-Qadri and John Bolton is truly frightening.

lwtc247 said...


Now, lets take a reality check here and discuss what the good doctor SHOULD have written a book about and that is The overwhelming acts of US (and UK) STATE terrorism by means of militarism economic violence, in addition to those behind the public face of those terrible administrations.

What are Muslims YET AGAIN being told to look inward at an apparent (very questionable) claim of a problem with interpretation of Islam. The answer is clear – you don’t look outwards while your looking inwards. You don’t denounce what one may call western STATE terrorism.

Where are all the calls to call on the Jewish (or Zionist) community (if you know the difference) to denounce Israeli assassination squads? Operandi “cast Lead”’s Where? Is this going to be the focus of Dr Tahir ul-Qadri’s next book? How about Hamza Yusuf? When he’s finished befriending and having cosy chats Murderer and Liar Tony Blair will he stop putting the blame of 9-11 upon Muslims and Islam also? What about the Turkish “Islamic reform” movement. Are we to accept their new western favouring “interpretations” of the Quran.

Is it just me or am I noticing something here?

And who defines terrorism anyway? By it's very definition terrorism is political. Terrorism is an arm of politics, as for example the British know full well, having implemented a scorched earth policy and made extermination camps to slaughter women and children in what we know as South Africa at the time of the Boer Wars under the reign on Queen Victoria. Or say the Clinton administration who bombed the Al-Shifa medicine plant in Sudan which provided more affordable medicines to the population. I could go on, and in fact YOU should be able to go on but if you ‘follow’ the “news” you are quite unlikely to be able to go on – unless it’s chop-suey about Iran or Saddam exploding a Nuclear bomb etc… You know, the usual anti-Islamic drivel.

How dare any of those countries cry “terrorist / terrorism” when it is they themselves are its greatest protagonists. It beggars belief.

And how awful it is that Muslims assist in this subterfuge, blining ourselves to the greatest source of global oppression - that from the so called Western Powers, whose societies are in rapid financial and moral decay and eye jealously the resistance at which others are running to a similar fate..

Dr Tahir ul-Qadri's is reported to be dancing with straw men and acting the useful idiot for those that are engaged in full spectrum dominance over Islam and those who hold Islam close to their heart.

Lets once and for all junk this ridiculous circus of phantom Al-Qaeda bogey men with sleeper cells all over the world and with sophisticated cities under caves.

Resist / Oppose / Remove what I will call Western state sponsored military and economic terrorism and global terrorism will end. There. It's that simple. Well, it would be - but for the hidden hands.

lwtc247 said...

And the follup:

Waalaikumassalam _____.

Unfortunately I (unlike your good self) am unpublished - not for lack of passion, anger or interest mind you – but I don’t see this as a hindrance to criticise those that are published, especially when I believe what they are doing is likely to bring yet more harm to salt-of-the-earth people, doubtless people much more decent humans than myself – not a statement of false modesty.

I am embarrassed at my lack of Islamic knowledge, in fact Islamic ignorance is a better descriptor, despite having a very deep consciousness and belief of Allah SWT and Islam as the only solution for man. But I must say, motivation to stay that way comes in buckets when I see the machinations of some of those (allegedly) with Islamic knowledge.

Pictures of Muslims standing shoulder to shoulder with George Jackass Bush, who not unpredictably was planning the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people. I recall near the time of 9-11, US propaganda ‘commercials’ being broadcast on Malaysian TV featuring highly naive US Muslims trying to make other Muslims think the US didn’t really hate Muslims and of course the underling purpose to project the image of Americas illegitimate war against Afghanistan as actually nothing to get upset about. Everything is dandy. Carry on as normal. Thank you and have a nice day.

Obviously then it was pure coincidence that Afghanistan, Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Yemen, Iraq, Somalia and soon (likely) to be Iran happen to have large number of Muslims in them, and that the lands they have hold geostrategic value.

Pictures of the tyrant Mubarak drooling expectantly over his cash reward for bolstering the prison doors with steel and starting the Palestinians also spring forth.

I’m am poor at distinguishing sincerity from sarcasm, and I know you appreciate honesty so I will be nothing but honest with you. I don’t know what your actual opinion is on the fatwah or this Quilliam Foundation, but I suspect you are not in fact supportive of it. Correct me if I’m wrong. I replied to you and ____ because those were the only two e-mail addresses I saw, and I hoped at least one of you would forward it to others for the purposes of discussion. I wasn’t criticising either of you, and even if I was, what does it matter? LOL. From what I know about you and what I’ve read of you book, _____, I think we see things in a generally similar fashion, Perhaps the Datin is also in agreement with your analysis of the world.

I am in constant wonder who can issue Fatwah’s, what their claim to legitimacy is, why they often seem antagonistic to Muslims (yet not in general to the West) and why they are ignored.

May I suggest you drop by Dr M’s Analysis blog? I have a fair amount of agreement with what he says and IMO, he’s exposed the Quilliam foundation to be a bunch of frauds. The Quilliam lead by the discomforting Ed Hussain, tried to silence the former Ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray who exposed the British use of ‘intelligence’ gained by torture and the extraordinary rendition program, simply because he questioned financial aspects of the said foundation, which may I say get lavish funding from the pro-Zionist UK government.

“Quilliam’s” and lookalikes give me the creeps.

All the best and with great respect.


dayzenet said...

don't fret too much over the loss of umar lee. a good friend of mine, and a great writer just started one. check out not always about the umma, but great writing none-the-less.

lwtc247 said...

Salam and Strewth Dr M.

I just got an e-mail from someone who usually sends me Zioganda. check this one out, these dudes are mushrooming... (as is state sponsored terrorism - pure coincidence of course!)

“BS” Pt2…
Fw: From the heart of a Muslim - Tawfik Hamid

"I am a Muslim by faith.... a Christian by spirit....a Jew by heart....and above all I am a human being." ____ Dr. Tawfik Hamid.

Dr. Hamid is an Egyptian scholar and author opposed to Islam fundamentalism.

From the heart of a
Muslim - Tawfik Hamid.

I was born a Muslim and lived all my life as a follower of Islam. After the barbaric terrorist attacks done by the hands of my fellow Muslims everywhere on this globe, and after the too many violent acts by Islamists in many parts of the world, I feel responsible as a Muslim and as a human being, to speak out and tell the truth to protect the world and Muslims as well from a coming catastrophe and war of civilizations.

I have to admit that our current Islamic teaching creates violence and hatred toward Non-Muslims.

We Muslims are the ones who need to change. Until now we have accepted polygamy, the beating of women by men, and killing those who convert from Islam to other religions.

We have never had a clear and strong stand against the concept of slavery or wars, using them to spread our religion and to subjugate others to Islam and force them to pay a humiliating tax called Jizia. We ask others to respect our religion while all the time we curse non-Muslims loudly (in Arabic) in our Friday prayers in the Mosques.

What message do we convey to our children when we call the Jews "Descendants of the pigs and monkeys" Is this a message of love and peace, or a message of hate?

I have been into churches and synagogues where they were praying for Muslims. While all the time we curse them, and teach our generations to call them infidels, and to hate them.

We immediately jump in a 'knee jerk reflex' to defend Prophet Mohammed when someone accuses him of being a pedophile while, at the same time, we are proud with the story in our Islamic books, that he married a young girl seven years old (Aisha) when he was above 50 years old.

I am sad to say that many, if not most of us, rejoiced in happiness after September 11th and after many other terror attacks. Muslims denounce these attacks to look good in front of the media, but we condone the Islamic terrorists and sympathise with their cause. Till now our reputable' top religious authorities have never issued a Fatwa or religious statement to proclaim Bin Laden as an apostate, while an author, like Rushdie, was declared an apostate who should be killed according to Islamic Shariia law just for writing a book criticizing Islam.

lwtc247 said...

“BS” Pt2…
Muslims demonstrated to get more religious rights as we did in France to stop the ban on the Hejab (Head Scarf), while we did not demonstrate with such passion and in such numbers against the terrorist murders.

It is our absolute silence against the terrorists that gives the energy to these terrorists to continue doing their evil acts. We Muslims need to stop blaming our problems on others or on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. As a matter of honesty, Israel is the only light of democracy, civilization, and human rights in the whole Middle East.

We kicked out the Jews with no compensation or mercy from most of the Arab countries to make them "Jews-Free countries" while Israel accepted more than a million Arabs to live there, have its nationality, and enjoy their rights as human beings. In Israel , women can not be beaten legally by men, and any person can change his/her belief system with no fear of being killed by the Islamic law of 'Apostasy,' while in our Islamic world people do not enjoy any of these rights.. I agree that the 'Palestinians' suffer, but they suffer because of their corrupt leaders and not because of Israel.

It is not common to see Arabs who live in Israel leaving to live in the Arab world. On the other hand, we used to see thousands of Palestinians going to work with happiness in
> Israel , its 'enemy'. If Israel treats Arabs badly as some people claim, surely we would have seen the opposite happening.

We Muslims need to admit our problems and face them. Only then we can treat them and start a new era to live in harmony with human mankind. Our religious leaders have to show a clear and very strong stand against polygamy, pedophilia, slavery, killing those who convert from Islam to other religions, beating of women by men, and declaring wars on non-Muslims to spread Islam.

Then, and only then, do we have the right to ask others to respect our religion. The time has come to stop our hypocrisy and say it openly: 'We Muslims have to Change'.

Tawfik Hamid

DrMaxtor said...

Asalam Aliakum lwtc247,

Sorry about the delay brother, but I needed the time to go through your excellent comments. Jazakallah Khair for your efforts in standing up for the truth. Utterly brilliant to put it mildly.

As for "Tawfik Hamid," this clown is yet another Zionist charlatan regurgitating the tattered kosher script. This guy is clearly on the Hasbara payroll like Walid Shoebat, Wafa Sultan can tell from the familiar stench of Zionist BS off his breath. Check this out :

No Muslim believes that Jews and Christians are descended from pigs and apes. Hamid shot himself in the foot by bringing this up. It's a zionist lie to misrepresent the punishment of a particular group of Jews from a particular town who had violated the Sabbath.
I exposed this one a couple of years back :

I might repost it as a reminder.