All the cocks salute you

All the cocks salute you But dare not approach you

Coz they know you prefer idolation

Adulation mere flattery than fornication
Ego stroking is best you feed

Clit is yours to feel

The power

To open for whoever
Men can only wish pish dream

Can chase but she chooses

At will moist to full stream

Her decision your’s just pure fiction
In his futility 

Passes laws to harness his depravity

Seeks God’s will to justify his insanity

She has control total neutrality biologically 
His inner angst anger 

All that sperm just languor

Mind wishes cannot accomplishes

Hints winks seeks kisses
Seeking solace in brotherhood of misogynists 

Chucks it in the fuck it bucket list

Make do whatever he lays is hands on

Goes on to sow and spawn
Triumphant trumpet vulva nothing wanted

Is she a ferocious mantid

Man is weak has conjecturitis

Alas smitten by a preying mantis


If Osama is a part of Z=((ZxZ)+C)

All civilizations make the mistake of looking at other people from their own perspective and value judgement.

English: Osama bin Laden interviewed for Daily...

English: Osama bin Laden interviewed for Daily Pakistan in 1997; behind him on the wall is an AK-47 carbine. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Removing a tiny fragment of a fractal cannot destroy it.


You have to be completely naive to believe that a person who lives by his conscience can be eradicated. I’m no great lover of a fanatic nor do I condone the devastation, pain and suffering this one man caused.

In fact, I find his idealism frightening. But please understand your opponent before you step into that ring.

Article in AJE I Knew Bin Laden

Seen recently in a blog I follow

Commentary: Al Qaeda’s Resurgence | The National Interest

[Link here]

Veto Powers. Lol!

Israel Vows To Use Veto Power If Chuck Hagel Confirmed As U.S. Secretary Of Defense
NEWS IN BRIEF • News • ISSUE 49•02 • Jan 8, 2013

JERUSALEM—Top-ranking government officials in Jerusalem confirmed Tuesday that Israel would exercise its longstanding, constitutionally granted veto power over American policy if U.S. lawmakers confirmed retired congressman Chuck Hagel as the United States’ next Secretary of Defense. “In light of Mr. Hagel’s worrying remarks on Israeli-Palestinian relations and questionable classification of Israeli interests as ‘the Jewish lobby,’ we consider him a highly inappropriate choice for Defense Secretary who stands far out of line with our national priorities, and therefore we are prepared to swiftly and resolutely use our official veto power over this U.S. action,” said Israeli government spokesperson Mark Regev of the legal maneuver that the small Middle Eastern nation has employed to block U.S. Cabinet nominees, U.S. legislation, U.S. international relations, and U.S. domestic policy over 1,400 times in its 64-year history. “Because congress does not possess the necessary nine-tenths majority to override an Israeli veto, they’ll have no choice but to head back to the drawing board and provide a Defense Secretary whom we find more suitable.” Sources confirmed that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had sent the White House a list of three individuals the Israeli leader considered appropriate to head the American military from which U.S. President Barack Obama could choose.

Ideology vs Conscience. “The Innocent Prophet” (postponed)

New calls from Islamists for international blasphemy law at UN

Posted: Thu, 01 Nov 2012 15:55

Soon after the Organisation of Islamic Co-operation (OIC) announced that it had abandoned its plans to persuade the UN to impose a global blasphemy law, the Arab League has stepped in to take up the cry.

Imran Firasat (Spain) & Terry Jones (USA). Testing global free speech. (Release date postponed)
The Innocent Ptophet

Is a concept/belief/ideology dangerous if Egypt seeks fundamentalism?

Osama bin Laden had one such. 

There will be others like him, because they embody – “seeking after truth”;  Purely by their persistence in following what they consider to be a just cause.   They and they alone, are TRUE followers. 

They appear to live an exemplified life of dedication, piety and most definitely lead by example.

In trying to understand his beliefs.

Lengthy theological open letter by  Usama bin Muhammad bin Laden

Open Letter to King Fahd on the Occasion of the Recent Cabinet Reshuffle.

In Wikipedia
or as Word .doc
Date: 02/13/1416 H 07/11/1995


• 1 The First: Your Ruling with other than what God has revealed and allowed

• 2 The Second: Allegiance to the Infidels and Hostility towards Muslims

.2.1 The Economic Situation:

. 2.2 The Military Situation

• 3 Annotations


Contrary to prevalent Western beliefs, Wahhabism is not an old Islamic tradition and the House of Saud does not enjoy a credible historic claim to rule over Arabia. Indeed, Wahhabism emerged only 250 years ago under the guidance of Muhammad Ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab who later formed an alliance with a group of desert nomads, the Sauds. From the time they established their covenant to the creation of the modern Saudi state, the Saudi-Wahhabi movement spread across the peninsula brutally defeating and enslaving non-Wahhabi elements.


I have extensively copied material from the essay by Professor Ahmad Moussalli, January 30, 2009 Wahhabism, Salafism and Islamism: Who Is The Enemy?

My suggestion, (if you are interested of course) you read the essay for yourself.

I neither endorse nor confirm these accounts to be accurate   This is merely  a personal quest in coming to grips with events within my own life-time.

[here]. Wahhabism, Salafism and Islamism: Who Is The Enemy? Professor Ahmad Moussalli, January 30, 2009

Orthodox Sunni Muslims believe that they are the true bearers of pure Islam since the time of al-salaf and that they, therefore, have roots in al-salaf. They are represented however today by the four surviving authentic schools of Islamic jurisprudence: Hanafi, Shafi‘i, Maliki, and Hanbali schools (madhahib). This is on the one hand. On the other, the Wahhabis — who claim to be the champion of Sunni Islam. They perceive the Sunnis as having been wrong for over ten centuries and have been living a state of pre-Islamic paganism (jahiliyya [literally, ignorance]) since they moved away from the way of al-salaf. They even accused the majority of orthodox Sunni Muslims who were living under the Ottoman caliphate and the caliphate itself of reprehensible innovation (bid‘a) and unbelief (kufr) because they had been living under a political system that is unknown to al-salaf . Ibn Taymiyya (1263-1328) who was admired and followed by Muhammad Ibn Abd all-Wahhab as a role model strayed from orthodox Sunni Islam on important issues of creed (`aqidah) and worship (`ibadat) and was accused of reprehensible bida’ and even kufr (unbelief). Unlike the majority of Muslims, Ibn Taymiyya and the Wahhabi’s anti-orthodox and controversial theological and legal positions can be summarized in the following points: 1) the claim that Allah’s attributes are “literal,” thereby attributing God with created attributes and becoming anthropomorphist, and the claim that created things existed eternally with Allah; 2) the opposition to the scholarly consensus on divorce 3) his opposition to the orthodox Sunni practice of tawassul (asking Allah for things using a deceased pious saint as an intermediary); 4) saying that Allah has a limit (hadd) that only He knows and that Allah literally sits on the throne (al-kursi) and has left space for Prophet Muhammad to sit next to Him; 5) the claim that Allah descends physically; 6) his classifying of oneness in worship of Allah (tawhid ) into two parts: tawhid al-rububiyya and tawhid al-uluhiyya, which was never done by pious adherents or al-salaf.

…. Professor Ahmad Moussalli hopes that his paper will allow world powers, policymakers, academicians, intellectuals, terrorism experts, journalists, and many others to distinguish between and understand the logic of the radical and the moderate, the active and the inactive, the jihadi and the peaceful, the takfiri and the tolerant, the modern and the traditional, and the rational and irrational. This essay will also clarify the terminology used. In 1902 the Wahhabi movement resurfaced when Abd al-Aziz Bin Abd al-Rahman returned from Kuwait and initiated a series of organized incursions to spread Wahhabism and to establish the third Saudi Wahhabi state. However, Abd al-Aziz later clashed with the Wahhabi Ikhwan (brethren) who wanted to continue spreading Wahhabism and waging jihad against other Muslims. …… By living in their own societies, they believe that this is the effective way to avoid any resemblance to infidels. For the same reason, they also reject all entertaining distractions: music, theatre and places of pleasure and entertainment such as cafés, discotheques, and dance clubs. Perfume, the cinema, television and photographs are considered part of infidel cultures. 16 The salafists emphasize that the roots of their concern with the community system lies more in a willingness to withdraw from corrupting innovations and to liv in accordance with the example of al-salaf al-salih, rather than in a revolutionary activism to create a totally Islamic society. The doctrine of al-wala’ wa al-bara’ developed by the salafists is reminiscent of the thoughts expressed by Ahmad Ibn Taymiyya. He developed the idea that the dissimilarity between believers and unbelievers must be total. In his book entitled Iqtida’ al-Sirat al-Mustaqim, he explained in detail all aspects of differences that should be drawn by Muslims in their encounters with non-Muslims. According to him, Muslims, for instance, should speak Arabic in preference to any other language and should cut their hair and leave beards to grow long in a manner different from that of Jews and Christians. The followers of these two religions (Ahl al-Kitab) were seen by Ibn Taymiyya as active agents of unbelief who posed a threat to Islam. 17 Unlike the original Wahhabi da‘wa, the salafist da‘wa is distinguished by its apolitical nature and by not giving priority to politics. Again, like the Wahhabis, other Salafists’ doctrine of tawhid mean to accept and believe in the oneness of God and His absolute authority. Then they divide tawhid —the indivisible—into three sub-concepts: tawhid ‘ubudiyya (unity of worship), meaning a true servant of Allah must single out Allah in all acts of worship and He alone should be worshiped with complete and utter loyalty; tawhid rububiyya (unity of lordship), meaning that a faithful Muslim must accept that Allah as the creator of all things and that sovereignty over them belongs only to Him. Asma’ wa al-sifat (unity of Allah’s names and attributes) means a faithful Muslim believes in Allah’s names and attributes mentioned in the Quran and the authentic sunna, in accordance to their Arabic meaning.Without any of these sub-concepts, a Muslim loses his true creed. Submission to God, therefore, is not a personal or public act but the focal point that engulfs members of Muslim society in all aspects of their lives. Consequently, the distinction between the personal and the public is replaced by the distinction between the religious and the non-religious. However, the theological perspectives of most non-Wahhabi salafist groups are closer to the Sunni orthodoxy, especially on rejecting divine anthropomorphism, and they uphold rather the majority’s view as developed by theologians like alAsh‘ari and al-Maturidi. More importantly, they also reject (ijtihad) independent legal reasoning, as advocated by Muslim reformists. From their point of view, ijtihad involves reason, which should play no role in religious matters ….They legitimize this resort by associating jihad with da‘wa and argue that jihad constitutes a form of Islamic propagation to build an ideal, alternative society free from Western cultural influence and control. It is aimed at giving a correct understanding of prescriptions covering ‘aqida (creed), ‘ibada (worship), and mu‘amala (social interaction). In this case, many salafists and even Wahhabis easily have entered into the radical Islamism, and consequently created many takfir-jihadi neo-Wahhabi and neo-salafist and radical Islamist groups. And this is exactly what happened to the Arab Afghans and al-Qaida and other salafist jihadist groups. …For instance, when Muslims were discussing the human nature of political power and the need to reform it in accordance with shura (consultation) and ijma‘ (consensus) the West was still holding to the notion of the divine nature of power. When Islamic thought then acknowledged the rights of minorities as a consequence of accepting Christianity and Judaism as recognized religions, the West looked only at Muslims as infidels, and Islam was not recognized or allowed to be practiced — even as misconstrued images of other religions. Shura and ijma‘ represent two key Islamist doctrines that Muslims can use today for the religious development of democratic notions of government and politics as well as human rights. For they take away the divine perception of political government and reduce its legitimacy to people’s choice. ….These new-salafist, neo-Wahhabi and radical Islamist ideologies and formations are the takfiri jihadist. They are trying to establish a religious state and have managed to turn themselves into an outlet for different parties in the region, and indirectly became involved in different context. They represent the transformation of rather different contradictory Islamic trends into takfiri jihadism. Al-Qaida could only partially be understood as a production of the failure of moderate Islamism, official Wahhabism, and conservative salafism in their established forms today along with Islamic traditionalism to bring about serious positive changes in the Muslim world’s political systems and way of life. Furthermore, takfiri jihadism has created a new front in the Muslim world’s encounters with the West. However, part of this front lies within the Muslim world itself, namely, the current political regimes, both religious and secular.

Voice cried WMD once too often. Has lost credibility.

How credible are reports of Syrian WMDs? Watch the video on AJE

Syrian foreign ministry: We’re  worried that the countries that support the terrorism give chemicals to the terrorists

UK’s vague confirms ‘evidence‘ of Syria chemical arms plans. British Foreign Secretary William Hague says the UK and the US have seen evidence that Syria is preparing to use chemical weapons.

Mr Hague told the BBC there was “enough evidence to know that they need a warning”.

The foreign secretary did not give details, as he said the evidence had come from “intelligence sources”.

Source: [BBC]

matthew cassel ‏@justimage

Replace Assad with Saddam and this NBC article could be from 10 years ago. Only then at least some sources were named: …

Empathy. Gaza Fishermen

June 2012, driving back from work, on the A947 Newmachar to Aberdeen road. Singing away, music blaring and it had been raining. Up on the hill ahead a small car swerves, appears to be out of control as it takes the bend and even as I slow down, assuming we will pass each other, the car climbs the grass verge and turns directly towards me and ‘bang’. A head on collision!

I realised that if I had been driving a normal saloon car I WOULD BE DEAD. Amazingly both of us survived..(The rest I leave at this point because the topic is about loss of livelihood).

On that day, not only had I suffered some injuries but more importantly, I’d lost my livelihood as a welding contractor. I am now in the process of seeking compensation for my loss. I know that eventually regardless of the length of time I will be compensated.

But who compensates the people of Palestine?

Today I read that Fishermen and their boats have been arrested by Israel’s Occupying Navy.

Families of those fishermen will be devastated!

I was annoyed before, when I saw the loss of innocent life.  Civilians killed, homes in a big pile of rubble.  People in their sorrow trying to salvage memories of their past existence.

Latest report: Video Friday 7th December 2012

Gaza fishermen after the ceasefire

Why is the world quiet when such atrocities are committed?

Has Israel managed to spin the story since the Great Catastrophe (NAKBA) that the whole world has lost sympathy for the Palestinian people?

The narrative of  imagining very Palestinian as perpetrator and instigator of violence needs to be changed.

China offers help

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when you demonize, you dehumanize. When you dehumanize, it allows you to kill. “No country on Earth that would tolerate missiles…”

Brits complicit? At last fear of being convicted for war crimes

Is that an admission of guilt.

Could a list be drawn up of which specific incidents they refer to?

As Nov 29 approaches

Britain ready to back Palestinian statehood at UN

Mahmoud Abbas pledge not to pursue Israel for war crimes and resumption of peace talks are UK conditions

Palestinians hold posters of Mahmoud Abbas at a rally supporting the UN bid

Palestinians hold posters of President Mahmoud Abbas during a rally supporting the UN bid for observer state status, in the West Bank city of Ramallah. Photograph: APAimages/Rex Features

Britain is prepared to back a key vote recognising Palestinian statehood at the United Nations if Mahmoud Abbas pledges not to pursue Israel for war crimes and to resume peace talks.

Abbas, president of the Palestinian Authority, has called for Britain’s backing in part because of its historic responsibility for Palestine. The government has previously refused, citing strong US and Israeli objections and fears of long-term damage to prospects for negotiations.

On Monday night, the government signalled it would change tack and vote yes if the Palestinians modified their application, which is to be debated by the UN general assembly in New York later this week. As a “non-member state”, Palestine would have the same status as the Vatican.

Whitehall officials said the Palestinians were now being asked to refrain from applying for membership of the international criminal court or theinternational court of justice, which could both be used to pursue war crimes charges or other legal claims against Israel.

Abbas is also being asked to commit to an immediate resumption of peace talks “without preconditions” with Israel. The third condition is that the general assembly’s resolution does not require the UN security council to follow suit.

The US and Israel have both hinted at possible retaliation if the vote goes ahead. Congress could block payments to the Palestinian Authority and Israel might freeze tax revenues it transfers under the 1993 Oslo agreement or, worse, withdraw from the agreement altogether. It could also annex West Bank settlements. Britain’s position is that it wants to reduce the risk that such threats might be implemented and bolster Palestinian moderates.

France has already signalled that it will vote yes on Thursday, and the long-awaited vote is certain to pass as 132 UN members have recognised the state of Palestine. Decisions by Germany, Spain and Britain are still pending and Palestinians would clearly prefer a united EU position as counterweight to the US.

Willian Hague, the foreign secretary, discussed the issue on Monday with Abbas and the French foreign minister, Laurent Fabius, offiicals said.

Palestinian sources said Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, raised the issue with Abbas at his Ramallah headquarters last week, shortly before a ceasefire was agreed in the Gaza Strip, as had Tony Blair, the Quartet envoy.

Abbas has been widely seen to have been sidelined by his rivals in the Islamist movement Hamas, as well by his failure to win any concessions from Israel. Abbas, whose remit does not extend beyond the West Bank, hopes a strong yes vote will persuade Israel to return to talks after more than two years.

Officals in Ramallah have opposed surrendering on the ICC issue so it can be used as a bargaining chip in future, but views are thought to be divided. Abbas said at the weekend: “We are going to the UN fully confident in our steps. We will have our rights because you are with us.”

Leila Shaid, Palestine’s representative to the EU, said: “After everything that has happened in the Arab spring, Britain can’t pretend it is in favour of democracy in Libya, Syria and Egypt but accept the Palestinians continuing to live under occupation. As the former colonial power, Britain has a historic responsibility to Palestine. Britain is a very important country in the Middle East, it has extensive trade relations, and David Cameron should know he risks a popular backlash from Arab public opinion if he does not support us.”

Palestinians have rejected the claim that they are acting unilaterally, calling the UN path “the ultimate expression of multilateralism”. Israel’s apparent opposition to unilateralism has not stopped it acting without agreement to build and expand settlements, they say. Source: Guardian

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