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Sadrist Shia/Iranian forces executed Saddam

Truth About Iraqis

December 30, 2006

A new video has surfaced showing Saddam saying the shahada just as he was being hanged.

Several men were chanting Muqtada Al-Sadr's name and the name of his rotting filth of a father as well as that of Baqir Al Hakim.

Justice for Iraq? Or justice for the Iranian Persian Shia horde of Muqtada Sadr and Badr.

Let no Iraqi mistake the meaning of this video. There is no government of unity in Iraq. That Sadr's men were the executors is evidence that it is they who have been behind all the killings, all the murders, all the attack on holy Shia and Sunni Shrines.

Let no Iraqi mistake the meaning of this video. The Sunnis are marked. One by one they will all meet Saddam's fate.

And yet the US military tells us that it wanted to take out Sadr. Remember Sadr? The man the US military said was wanted dead or alive.

Let there be no mistake what now awaits Iraq and all patriotic Iraqis.

I suppose you all heard of Sheikh Rubaie, right? The Shia Cleric who was gunned down by Sadrists and Badrists because he said that Muwaffaq Rubaie was not part of the clan or at least was an illegitimate member of the Rubaie clan.

You heard that right? These are the Sadrist and Badrist Shia. And they are coming for every peace-loving secularits, Arab nationalist, and non-Muslim in Iraq.

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A new video has surfaced showing Saddam saying the shahada just as he was being hanged.

Several men were chanting Muqtada Al-Sadr's name and the name of his rotting filth of a father as well as that of Baqir Al Hakim.

Justice for Iraq? Or justice for the Iranian Persian Shia horde of Muqtada Sadr and Badr.

Let no Iraqi mistake the meaning of this video. There is no government of unity in Iraq. That Sadr's men were the executors is evidence that it is they who have been behind all the killings, all the murders, all the attack on holy Shia and Sunni Shrines.

Let no Iraqi mistake the meaning of this video. The Sunnis are marked. One by one they will all meet Saddam's fate.

And yet the US military tells us that it wanted to take out Sadr. Remember Sadr? The man the US military said was wanted dead or alive.

Let there be no mistake what now awaits Iraq and all patriotic Iraqis.

I suppose you all heard of Sheikh Rubaie, right? The Shia Cleric who was gunned down by Sadrists and Badrists because he said that Muwaffaq Rubaie was not part of the clan or at least was an illegitimate member of the Rubaie clan.

You heard that right? These are the Sadrist and Badrist Shia. And they are coming for every peace-loving secularits, Arab nationalist, and non-Muslim in Iraq.

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1. Freedom for Shalit – and Terrorists – Anticipated Yet Again
By Hillel Fendel

The upcoming meeting between Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Egyptian President Mubarak has sparked hope that Gilad Shalit will be freed – as well as fears that 1,400 terrorists will also go free.

Egypt’s Foreign Minister Ahmed Abu Al-Gheit told the Arabic-language newspaper Al-Hayat today that he is “cautiously optimistic” about the Israeli-PA diplomatic track, given Olmert’s meeting last week with Abu Mazen and his upcoming talk with Mubarak.

Olmert and Mubarak are set to meet this Thursday in Sharm el-Sheih, at the southern tip of the Sinai Desert. Since being handed over to Egypt as part of the 1982 Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty, Sharm el-Sheikh has served as the site of several summit meetings between Israeli and Arab leaders.

Al-Gheit said Olmert appears to be willing to work to “extend the [Gaza] ceasefire to the West Bank as well.” The ceasefire in question has been violated by Palestinian terrorists with an average of more than two rockets a day since it was agreed upon five weeks ago. More than ten rockets were fired over the weekend.

Corp. Shalit was captured just over six months ago by Hamas terrorists who tunneled into an Israeli army base near Gaza.

It has been widely reported for weeks that an agreement on the issue is nearly finalized, with Shalit to be freed in exchange for 1,400 Palestinian terrorists held in Israeli prisons. Spokesmen for Hamas said just today that a deal could happen “very soon.” This is a prospect that incenses and frightens many Israelis.

The Almagor Terror-Victims Association, for instance, has presented statistics showing that previous terrorist releases have cost Israel dearly. “122 Israelis were killed in at least 14 terrorist attacks perpetrated by terrorists who were released in the past ten years,” the organization states. In addition, hundreds were murdered or wounded by some of the 1,160 terrorists freed in the famous Jibril exchange of 1986.

Olmert Changes Position Again
Over the weekend, Olmert decided not to release any terrorist prisoners for the Id al-Adha holiday, which occurred this weekend. In fact, he said that no prisoners would be released at all before Gilad Shalit is returned home safe and sound.

Olmert thus replaces his previous flip-flop on the matter with this latest flop-flip. Just last Sunday morning, he told the Cabinet: “We’ve freed prisoners for the Id el-Adha holiday before; I see no reason not to do it this year too. It could be that this is a change of my past position.”

Adding to the confusion was a Voice of Israel Radio weekend report that Hamas is now willing to accept only 500 terrorist prisoners in exchange for Shalit’s release. The report has not been confirmed.

Egypt and Shalit
Egypt would like to see the Gilad Shalit story ended, and has made public statements coaxing Hamas to agree. Al-Gheit told the London-based paper that the deal will be finalized when “those holding Shalit” are ready to agree.

“I cannot understand at all why the captive is still being held,” Al-Gheit said, explaining that it is causing “terrible suffering to the Palestinian people.” He said that the motivation for capturing Shalit was simply to stop the diplomatic process with Israel.

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2. Moments Before Death, Saddam Hussein: ´Palestine is Arab´
By Hana Levi Julian

Even during his final moments, Saddam Hussein made sure to shout encouragement to Palestinian Authority terrorists.

As the noose was slipped around his neck, and the trapdoor about to open for him to plunge to his death, Hussein called out, “Allah is great. The nation will be victorious, and Palestine is Arab.”

Around the Muslim world, the festival of Eid al-Adha dawned Saturday morning with the news that Iraq’s murderous dictator was dead. The families of the thousands of his countrymen whom he slaughtered throughout the 35 years he ruled Iraq with an iron fist celebrated his death, as did Kuwaitis and Iranians, who had suffered during Iraq’s invasions. “This is the best Eid gift for humanity,” said former Kuwaiti Information Minister Saad bin Tafla al-Ajmi.

Al-Ajmi said the families of hundreds of people who went missing during Iraq’s seven-month occupation of Kuwait were “ecstatic,” saying Hussein’s death was “the fair punishment for the one who executed our sons without trials.”

The former Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations prior to the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq said, “The Arab nation has lost a hero. So have all of those who are against Iran and Israel and for Arab unity.” Mohammed al-Douri added that Hussein’s death was no triumph for the U.S. “They think this is a victory, the execution of President Saddam. They have no other victory to claim. There is no new Iraq, no democracy, no example for the region,” he said.

In Israel, the death of Saddam Hussein was welcomed. Former Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom, writing for Ynet, explained, “We have no reason to mourn the death of Saddam… Let us not forget the dozens of Scuds he fired at Israel with the intent of killing innocent people. This cruel dictator did everything he could to harm the State of Israel and the stability of the Middle East. For years he aided and funded Palestinian terrorism in the territories and within the State of Israel.”

Not everyone agreed. MK Ahmed Tibi (Ta’al Ra’am) said the hanging was an act of “sadism,” adding, “Even dictators deserve to be treated humanely.”

Deputy Defense Minister Ephraim Sneh expressed concern about the post-Saddam era in Iraq. “We have to be worried about what is going to happen now,” he said, noting that Iraq has become a regional “power station” for terror. He also said that Iran’s influence was growing in Shi’ite areas of Iraq, as well as in the central government there.

Hamas official Mohammed Barghouti condemned the execution, saying that despite the disputes between his deeply religious terror organization and the secular leader, the Iraqi government was wrong to hang Saddam Hussein. Barghouti, serving as Labor Minister in the Hamas-led PA government, said that PA Arabs had “bonded with Iraqis in brotherhood.”

During the first Gulf War in 1991, PA Arabs cheered Saddam’s missile attacks on Israel, chanting, “Beloved Saddam, strike Tel Aviv,” as the Scud missiles flew overhead. He later gave $25,000 to the families of PA suicide bombers who managed to kill Jews and $10,000 for other “martyrs” killed by the IDF.

Indeed, PA residents mourned their generous Iraqi backer, who had proved his support with money and missiles.

“We heard of his martyrdom, and I swear to G-d we were deeply shaken from within. Nobody was as supportive or stood with the Palestinians as he did,” said Khadijeh Ahmad, a resident of the PA-controlled village Qadora.

Residents in the PA town of Bethlehem opened a “house of condolence,” hanging Iraqi flags and pictures of the dead dictator. Visitors to the center drank black coffee and black strips of cloth were tied to the antennas of vehicles in the streets.
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3. Jewish Calendar in Action
By Hillel Fendel

Today, the 10th of Tevet, is a day of fasting, commemorating the siege of Jerusalem led by Nebuchadnezzar – the ancient Babylonian despot of whom Saddam Hussein claimed to be a reincarnation.

Just a day after the hanging of Saddam Hussein, Jews around the world remember another cruel tyrant – Saddam’s self-proclaimed role model – and his murderous plans for the Jewish People. Nebuchadnezzar was more successful than Saddam in this regard, in that he destroyed Jerusalem and the Holy Temple, and put hundreds of thousands of Jews, including the nation’s king and leaders, to death with unspeakable cruelty.

On this day, the 10th of Tevet, Nebuchadnezzar instated a tight siege on Jerusalem, setting off the chain of events that led to the destruction of the First Holy Temple and a 70-year exile of the Jewish People from their Holy Land.

Today, nearly 2,500 years later, Jews around the world – and especially in the modern renewed edition of the Jewish State that Nebuchadnezzar tried to rub out – refrain from eating and drinking until sunset to remember the calamities that occurred at that time.

Saddam Hussein, who was hanged yesterday in Baghdad, just 90 kilometers from Nebuchadnezzar’s palace in the ancient city of Babyon, modeled himself in many ways after Nebuchadnezzar.

Much of the brickwork in the throne room of King Nebuchadnezzar’s palace, for instance, was built by Saddam Hussein’s workers. Just as the original bricks are inscribed with words praising Nebuchadnezzar, the newer ones – 60 million of them! – state that they were fashioned in “the era of Saddam Hussein, protector of Iraq, who rebuilt civilization and rebuilt Babylon.”

In addition, in his book “Saddam Hussein, the Stairway to Heaven and the Return of Planet X,” William Henry writes, “Saddam is saying he is the reincarnated Nebuchadnezzar… He is attempting to recreate and outdo the feats of the biblical king… It is well known that [he] has connected himself with Nebuchadnezzar, spending over $500 million during the 1980s on the reconstruction and the re-establishment of ancient Babylon, the capitol of Nebuchadnezzar.”

Nebuchadnezzar was Divinely changed into an animal for a period of time – an event that many recalled when the once-opulent Saddam Hussein was captured two and a half years ago living in nearly animal-like conditions.

The Tenth of Tevet has also taken on another facet, in connection with the Holocaust. Many bereaved Jews who do not know the date or place of death of their loved ones recite Kaddish, the Jewish prayer for those who have died, on this day. For this reason, some consider this day as a Holocaust remembrance day.

Yishai Fleisher contributed to this article.

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4. Saudi Arabia Bars Bible-Bearing Flight Attendant
By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

A Bible-bearing Christian flight attendant has been barred by her British employer from flying to Saudi Arabia, where Christianity is illegal.

The flight attendant, who works for British Midland Airways (BMI), is “a committed Christian [who] likes to take her Bible, which was once her mother’s, with her when she travels,” according to journalist Claire Bergen.

The British Foreign Office backed the airline. “The importation [to Saudi Arabia] and use of narcotics, alcohol, pork products and religious books, apart from the Quran (Koran), and artifacts are forbidden,” it stated. The London Telegraph quoted a BMI official as saying, “We issue advice to all our staff and passengers that these are the guidelines. She is saying she wants to carry her Bible with her. We are saying we cannot start designing rules around individuals when we have several hundred members of staff. To take every personal preference into account would be impossible.”

The stewardess has taken the case to an industrial (labor) court.

It is not the first time that religious practice of airline workers has been curtailed because of Saudi rules. A flight attendant working for British Airways (BA) was forbidden to wear her cross visibly on the route to Saudi Arabia.

Even Christmas trees are banned in the oil-rich kingdom, which claims to allow religious freedom. An Iowa woman wrote in the Wichita Eagle earlier this month about her experience in 2003. “Christianity was not allowed to be practiced,” wrote Charlotte Brock Rady. “Shopping in the back alleys of Jeddah one night, we discovered a market that had hidden away upstairs in a dark room a small artificial Christmas tree and lights.”

Another worker in the country reported that her tree was confiscated at the border.

Nevertheless, on a recent visit to Princeton University, Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal declared, “Arab tradition and Muslim tradition is geared towards having an open mind. Muslim religion accepts Christianity and Judaism.”

Last year, a Saudi Arabian court sentenced a teacher to 40 months in prison and 750 lashes for discussing the Bible and praising Jews.

He was charged with promoting a “dubious ideology, mocking religion, saying the Jews were right, discussing the Gospel and preventing students from leaving class to wash for prayer,” according to a local newspaper report.

A report in 2005 by the U.S. State Department criticized Saudi Arabia, saying religious freedoms “are denied to all but those who adhere to the state-sanctioned version of Sunni Islam.”

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[From Google Reader] Finkelstein: Carter’s Real Sin is Cutting to the Heart of the Problem

As Jimmy Carter’s new book Palestine Peace Not Apartheid climbs the bestseller list, the reaction of Israel’s apologists scales new peaks of lunacy. I will examine a pair of typical examples and then look at the latest weapon to silence Carter….

Source: http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?SectionID=107&ItemID=11745