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What is twisting our antenna today,

November 21, 2011?

 

SNAFU, and that’s nothing to laugh about.  

Today we are again reminded of the threat of Islamic Sharia law and jihad and freedoms in the U.S.A.  Another whack job Muslim extremist was caught by the N.Y.P.D. for attempted terrorism.  The police response was to show a clip of a similar bomb in to demonstrate what could have happened had they not caught him.

27 year old Jose Pimentel, aka Muhammad Yusuf faced the judge last night. http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/alleged-lone-wolf-jose-pimentel-arrested-york-terror/story?id=14994845 

The FBI had him under surveillance, but thought he was too stupid to carry out an attack. “On a YouTube channel linked to him, Pimentel – who also goes by the name Muhammad Yusaf – he describes himself as a “Sunni Muslim brother” from the Dominican Republic living in Harlem, whose interests include “watching videos of YouTube, working out, reading and learning all aspects of the only true religion of all the prophets: Islam.””  From http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/nov/21/jose-pimentel-bomb-suspect-fbi?newsfeed=true

Instead of showing a car explosion- how about showing the World Trade Center being blown to smithereens?  Rephrase that- blown up in the name of Allah.??

Please make a point on what happens when you don’t stop Muslim terrorists before they can act.

In Egypt, the protesters are back in Tahrir Square in central Cairo, as well as in Alexandria and Suez.  The revolution is targeting the army of generals of the Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF) who replaced Mubarak. Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Mubarak’s long-time defence minister now heads the SCAF– at least for the time being.
 
The protesters want democracy and civilian rule.  But, by the looks on TV,  it is the army targeting the masses with scores injured by tear gas, rubber bullets and brutality by security forces. 
 
And, what does the Muslim Brotherhood have to say?  The official English-language Twitter page for Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, one of the most prominent Islamist organizations in the world…
 
Ikhwanweb

@Ikhwanweb Ikhwanweb
 
#MB will not participate officially in protests, to undercut attempts to slip country into chaos. #MB supports RT to peaceful protest/sit-in
 
 
Not officially participating?  Here’s one more from Twitter…
 
Heavyweights needed to speak up against bloodshed: @ElBaradei @HamzawyAmr @amremousa @Ikhwanweb @SalafyNetwork @NaguibSawiris Where are you?
 
These are the same people that said: 
The Muslim Brotherhood has called for resignation of Dr. Ali Selmi and Dr. Essam Sharaf’s Government in its entirety, if they insist on the adoption of so-called constitutional principles or guidelines, setting criteria for the selection of the Constituent Assembly, considering such matters binding upon all people, and issuing the same in the form of a new constitutional declaration. http://www.ikhwanweb.com/iweb/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=32660:mb-selmi-initiatives-undemocratic-constitutionalize-military-rule-&catid=10396:mb-statements&Itemid=838
 

 
The Brotherhood home page can be found here- http://www.ikhwanweb.com/iweb/
 
According to the AP, http://mobile.boston.com/news/world/middleeast/articles/2011/11/21/police_protesters_clash_for_3rd_day_in_egypt?page=2 Egypt’s state television says the Cabinet has submitted its resignation to the ruling military council but that it will stay on to run the nation’s day-to-day affairs until a decision is made.  Elections are slated for November 28.  We’ll see about that.
 
The Muslim Brotherhoods recently established political arm is the Freedom and Justice Party (Arabic: حزب الحرية والعدالة‎ , Ḥizb al-ḥurriya wa al-’adala),  and though it touts itself as a religious movement, may win.  Read Foreign Policy, The Middle East Channel-
 
67 percent of Egyptians say that laws should strictly follow the Quran’s teachings, while another 27 percent say that they should in some way follow the values and principles of Islam, according to an April Pew poll….liberal claims (or hopes) that Salafis are well outside of the mainstream may be wishful thinking. In a December 2010 poll, 82 percent of Egyptians said they favored stoning adulterers, while 77 percent supported cutting off the hands of thieves.
 
Known as ‘Rajm’ in Arabic,  being stoned to death by rocks and having your hands cut off doesn’t sit well with Western ways of justice and democracy.  Then again, getting tear gassed and pepper sprayed at a peaceful protest whether in Oakland, California or in Egypt doesn’t seem right either.
 

Sharia Law?

Sharia Law?
 
“Today, these barbaric acts are passed as law and carried out in countries under Islamic governments, specifically the Islamic Republic of Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and in Afghanistan by the Taliban. For instance, see Article 83 of the Penal Code of the Islamic Republic of Iran.” via http://stopstonningnow.com/wpress/2451
 
Could a governing theocracy come to America?  It seems its brought a terrorist or two.  Will it bring freedom, social justice, and equality? 
 
NOT UNDER SHARIA LAW.
 
God Bless and have a good day, one day it will be your last.
 
 

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