Monthly Archives: December 2012

We want to be a single People of brethren,Never to part in danger nor distress.We want to be free, just as our fathers were,And rather die than live in slavery.We want to trust in the highest God And never be afraid of human power.

We want to be a single People of brethren,
Never to part in danger nor distress.
We want to be free, just as our fathers were,
And rather die than live in slavery.
We want to trust in the highest God
And never be afraid of human power.

“Wilhelm Tell” by Friedrich Schiller


This Is A Message For The Swiss Infidels Army :

– In 2012 try were made to Unite our Casuals and Ultras which end up into a Failure.

The wood is maybe to “Green” to set a fire..

– The Swiss Defence League as Correspondent of The English Defence is also a Failure.

The Identity of The Swiss doesn’t correspond (yet) as what The English Defence League represent in England. However The Swiss Infidels Army is what’s the nearest of it in Switzerland and I really hope it will grow in Unity !

The Day in Bern was Excellent, worked like Swiss Clocks Perfectly :

The Free Tommy Robinson also, grateful that no one use the opportunity for a 15min of fame :

Representatives in Stand For Israel Demo was great too :

As well for Fribourg :

-This Is A Start, and it has to Start Somewhere. Sure there is still a lot of Confusions about all this..

– Is This A Right Wing Movement ? : NO

If, sure, many Patriots feel more concern is a fact, that politically who defend us who stand with us against The Islamization Of Switzerland are mostly on the Right of our political party!

But when you get a book by Mireille Valette, who is a Socialist well 100% of her ideas are going to fight the Islamization of Switzerland does that make us Socialist ?

Is this a Christian Fundamentalist Movement ? : NO

But the defence of our Judeo-Christian Heritage is a MUST, it weren’t attacked, probably there were no discussions, but it is so yes We Need To Stand By This Heritage !

However it is as a Cultural Matter, so Atheist, as Atheism can be classified as a Culture too, and is under attack by Islam as well then Christians, and therefore make A Common Front !

This were the Two Main Questions That I receive still.. in a rather big numbers..

Also : Swiss Sections :

There is so much work to do, that if Section Could be Created, please do so !!

We Are A Confederation ! We Know The Drill ! So Use It ! Thanks !

For 2013

My wishes for The Swiss Infidels Army :

VOTE ! Please Use your Right To VOTE !!!

Many things are coming.. Every Voice is Important !

Don’t let that pass by you, and Encourage people around you to do so!

Our Army is Under Attack, keep our Budget Keep Our Army !

Our Army Today is Modern, if you really don’t want to go, there are ways of not doing so, those who hesitate don’t, because it is an Experience that you will never Regret !

Especially Today !

Every Vote To Keep Our Direct Democracy and Rights To Express Ourselves, Our Freedom as Individuals and All of Our Cultural Regions. Switzerland Is A Swiss Diversity Which Build Our Swisness and Our Pride :

+All For One and One For All+ !!!

Abu Qatada family say they want to leave

‘racist’ UK

Egypt : Behind the Headlines

Egypt:Behind the Headlines

P.O. Box 724
Walled Lake, MI  48390
Robert Spencer
Raymond Ibrahim
Jihad Watch

The Iranian Pawn of Pan-Arabism

The Iranian Pawn of Pan-Arabism

How do Iran’s ties with the Brotherhood compare to Tehran’s relationship  to Hamas, a Palestinian group with which Iran has supported since the early  1990s?

Iran, a largely Shiite country, has publicly backed and aided Hamas, a Sunni  movement. In contrast, it would have been risky for the Brotherhood to have had  public ties to Iran, especially as it ran candidates for Egypt’s parliament. But  the Muslim Brotherhood is Iran’s main potential political ally in a new Egypt.  Iran is pushing for the empowerment of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Read more:

1970’s :

Said Ramadan – Ayatollah Khomeini

Professor Hani Ramadan: “Imam Khomeini was the Imam of the Shia AND Sunni “

Professor Hani Ramadan is the director of the Islamic Center of Geneva, Switzerland.

Here’s the video on youtube where he gave an interview to Iranian Sahar TV in February 2009 on the occasion of the anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Republic ..

You should also know that his father, the great scholar Said Ramadan was a great admirer of Imam Khomeini who knew his politico-religious thought and had studied. Hani Ramadan is also a great admirer of Imam Khomeini and has studied many philosophical works, theological and political control of the Imam and his thoughts very well.

Professor Hani Ramadan is also the brother of the famous lecturer and Islamic scholar known worldwide, Tariq Ramadan

(In Resume in this video : Israel is what’s wrong in this world and that Islam is Under Attack from “That” world…. So all muslims to Unite Against The “Oppressor”)

Egypt Pursues Hezbollah

Iran on Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood

February 25, 2011 | 9:07am

Mehdi Khalaji

  • For decades, the Muslim Brotherhood was the largest organized opposition party in Egypt. It is Islamist. What are its similarities and differences with Iran’s Islamic revolution?
The current revolt in Iran is against Islamism, but the recent uprising in Egypt is neither Islamist nor anti-Islamist. In Egypt, the Muslim brotherhood was able to find common interests with other political factions to force President Hosni Mubarak to resign.
Before rising to power, Iranian Islamists worked with leftists, nationalists and liberals to oust Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi. After Ayatollah Khomeini consolidated power, however, the regime suppressed former allies, including other Islamist factions that did not accept his authority.
The difference between Iranian Islamists and Egyptian Islamists is that Islamism in Iran has been tested by the Islamic Republic and has failed. Islamist writings before the 1979 revolution promise to open up in politics, the economy, and culture. But few of these promises have been delivered three decades later. In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood has been outlawed, so has not had operated legally or freely let alone run the country.
Islamists around the world have many differences, but they also often share the common view that democracy is an instrument to gain power—but not always to share it with other parties. Strict Islamists reduce Islam to Islamic law. Some accept democracy but reduce it to elections rather than freedoms, such as equal rights for all citizens–men and women, Muslims and non-Muslims, heterosexuals and homosexuals–and freedom of expression, religion and political parties. So some elements of the Muslim Brotherhood are similar to some Iranian leaders in their talk of religious democracy.
  • What contact has there been between the Muslim Brotherhood and Iran since the 1979 revolution, formally or informally?
There has been regular contact between the Muslim Brotherhood and Iranian officials throughout since the 1979 revolution, both formally and informally. These contacts have taken place in several countries, including the Persian Gulf as well as in Tehran.
The most recent contact was the meeting of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei with Kamal al Halbavi, a senior member of the Brotherhood, in February in Tehran. Iran’s supreme leader has a special affection and sympathy for the Muslim Brotherhood. He has translated into Farsi several books by the late Sayyid Qutb, who was the leading militant ideologue of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood in the 1950s and 1960s.
  • Both the Muslim Brotherhood and the Islamic Republic promote Islam as an ideology governing all aspects of life. How do the two differ on their views toward Islam’s role in politics and society?
The main goal of Islamist ideology is to implement Sharia, or Islamic law. When Ayatollah Khomeini ascended to power, however, he soon realized that a complex modern state like Iran could not be run only by Islamic law. He subsequently ruled that the interests of the regime trumped Islamic law when they are in conflict. Iran’s supreme leader therefore has the religious legitimacy to overrule religion in the interest of the revolutionary Islamic state. As a result, rule based on “the interests of the regime” is not an Islamic theocracy, but Shiite autocracy and absolutism.
In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood still advocates—according to its longstanding agenda– Sharia law in Egypt. Iran passed from Islamic utopianism to Islamic tyranny. In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood, which has diverse factions, is still in the utopian phase.
  • How did the Muslim Brotherhood respond to Iran’s 2009 post-election protests and the ensuing opposition Green Movement?
Silence. Islamist groups internationally supported the Iranian regime by their silence. Islamists cannot support secular democracies in the face of an Islamic government.
  • How do Iran’s ties with the Brotherhood compare to Tehran’s relationship to Hamas, a Palestinian group with which Iran has supported since the early 1990s?
Iran, a largely Shiite country, has publicly backed and aided Hamas, a Sunni movement. In contrast, it would have been risky for the Brotherhood to have had public ties to Iran, especially as it ran candidates for Egypt’s parliament. But the Muslim Brotherhood is Iran’s main potential political ally in a new Egypt. Iran is pushing for the empowerment of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Iran has invested in various branches of the Muslim Brotherhood in other countries, such as groups in the Persian Gulf countries. The Muslim Brotherhood is the largest Islamist organization in the Arab world that ignores Arab nationalism and Sunni identity to facilitate alliances with Islamist movements outside the Arab world.

Egypt Pursues Hezbollah

Hezbollah supporters at a rally in Lebanon (Photo: Reuters)

Hezbollah supporters at a rally in Lebanon (Photo: Reuters)

By Clare Lopez

Sunnis and Shi’ites are literally at each others’ throats these days in Syria, much as they have been for over 1300 years of Islamic fitna, but elsewhere rapprochement may be the word of the day. The Egyptian ambassador to Lebanon was quoted in a December 29, 2012 Daily Caller interview talking about pursuing a relationship with Hezbolllah, Iran’s Shi’ite terror proxy.

Calling Hezbolllah a “real political and military force” on the ground in Lebanon,” Ashraf Hamdy, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s envoy to Beirut, provided the latest signal that a new Cairo-Tehran axis of jihad may be taking shape.

Of course, contrary to what sometimes passes for conventional “wisdom” among some so-called “national security experts,” this would hardly be the first time that Sunnis and Shi’ites have found common cause based on pan-Islamic ideology. As Mehdi Khalaji, senior fellow at the Washington Institute, pointed out in a remarkable 2009 essay, “Iran has maintained informal ties to the Muslim Brotherhood for many years.”

The Ayatollah Khomeini was named Time Magazine's Man of the Year (seen here on the January 7, 1980 cover of the magagzine).

The Ayatollah Khomeini was named Time Magazine’s Man of the Year (seen here on the January 7, 1980 cover of the magagzine).

The most visible cross-sectarian relationship may be the mullahs’ longstanding support for HAMAS, the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, which was founded in 1987. Personal relationships among Brotherhood members who later would found some of the most savage of all Islamic terrorist organizations — such as Al-Qaeda and the Egyptian Islamic Jihad — and Shi’ite cadres who would become the Ayatollah Khomeini’s anti-Shah shock troops likely began in the Beka’a Valley in the 1970s when the Soviet KGB was running terror training camps for an array of the world’s militants.

Indeed, the Iranian regime’s operational collaboration with Al-Qaeda in the attacks of 9/11 demonstrably can be traced back to those early relationships, later solidified at the Khartoum Jihad Jamboree gatherings of the early 1990s that were co-sponsored by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and his sometime collaborator, Hassan al-Turabi, a key Sudanese Brotherhood figure.

Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri (both found safehaven in Sudan in those years and were introduced while there to Iranian regime leadership figures including then-President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, intelligence chief Ali Fallahian and Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps commander Mohsen Reza’i.

The intellectual affinity between Iranian Shi’ite clerics such as the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini or current Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and pivotal Brotherhood theoreticians such as Sayyed Qutb rests on the conviction that intra-Islamic sectarian differences must be set aside so that Muslims may form a united front to wage jihad against Christians, Jews, the West in general and, ultimately, the entire Dar al-Harb (non-Muslim world).

Hassan al-Banna2

As elaborated by Mehdi Khalaji (here) and Tom Joscelyn (here), it was a young Iranian cleric named Nawab Safawi who, in the early 1950s, introduced the Ayatollah Khomeini to the pan-Islamic, jihadist ideology of Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Perhaps equally little known is the scholastic course that brought current Supreme Leader Khamenei to translate two of Qutb’s books, Al-Mustaqbal li hadha al-Din (The Future of this Religion) and Al-Islam wa Mushkelat al-Hadharah (Islam and the Problems of Civilization).

The 1981 assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat by Islamic jihadis and the subsequent clamp-down on the Brotherhood by Sadat’s successor, Hosni Mubarak, temporarily put a damper on overt expressions of Khomeinist-Brotherhood mutual admiration, but by 2009, former Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Muhammad Mahdi Akef, openly asserted that “The Muslim Brotherhood supports the ideas and thoughts of the founder of the Islamic  Republic.”

The Iranian regime was quick to claim an inspirational role once the 2011 Al-Qaeda/Muslim Brotherhood revolutions broke out, although the Ikhwan did not immediately (or publicly) embrace the overture.

It is true that Khomeini’s 1979 revolution in Iran did capture the imagination of the entire Muslim world, both Shi’ite and Sunni, and nowhere more enthusiastically than among Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and two of its offshoots, Omar Abdel-Rahman’s Gama’at Islamiyya and Ayman al-Zawahiri’s Egyptian Islamic Jihad, both later to become founding members of Al-Qaeda.

But the Shi’ite-Sunni face-off in Syria that began in 2011, followed by the HAMAS departure from longtime headquarters in Damascus, brought Islam’s perennial sectarian strife back to the front pages, while tending to obscure the simultaneous but less visible developing potential for a diplomatic thaw between Iran and Egypt.

Now, however, with the Brotherhood in firm control of Egypt and the three-decades-old peace treaty with Israel no longer a given, indicators like Ambassador Hamdy’s remarks about Hezbolllah may take on a more ominous cast.

A reported August 2012 meeting between the then-head of the Egyptian General Intelligence Service, Maj. Gen. Murad Muwafi, and a senior official of Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) was followed by a August 22 statement from Iran’s foreign minister, Ali Akbar Salehi, that indicated Egypt and Iran are moving towards restoring diplomatic relations.

Salehi said that Iran seeks ties of “friendship and brotherhood” with Cairo. Then, at the late August 2012 Non-Aligned meeting in Tehran, Morsi and his Iranian host, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, exchanged pledges as “strategic allies” and discussed enhanced bilateral cooperation in the areas of “science and technology.”

Egypt scholar Raymond Stock noted in a stunning September 7, 2012 Gatestone Institute essay that such cooperation could possibly include an Iranian offer to share nuclear technology with Morsi’s Brotherhood regime. Coupled with statements from Muslim Brotherhood and military figures about an Egyptian desire to acquire a “nuclear weapon,” the Iranian model of revolution, terror and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) looks increasingly likely to metastasize to the Arab heart of the Islamic Middle East.

The advantages of rapprochement with Egypt for Iran, which is currently facing crushing financial sanctions, a grueling and probably losing struggle to shore up the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria, plus at least some measure of international opprobrium over its nuclear weapons program, are obvious.

The boost to Iran’s jihadist “street creds” in the Arab world that would result from a collaborative relationship with the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood would outstrip even the benefits of its longstanding terror partnerships with Al-Qaeda, HAMAS and Hezbolllah.

The logic of closer ties with Iran are perhaps less obvious for Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood rulers, but a shared commitment to the pan-Islamic vision of jihad and similar perspectives about sharia (even across jurisprudential schools), a nihilist hatred of Jews and the State of Israel, and deep-seated antipathy to Western civilization together form a fairly solid ideological foundation upon which to expand the political relationship.

The danger to U.S. national security interests and those of our ally Israel posed by such a rapprochement between Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and this hyper-aggressive Iranian regime grows by the day. American failure to recognize, confront and counter the potential for real disaster that is developing across the Middle East in a timely and effective manner invites consequences that could soon envelop the entire region in conflict, instability and war.

Clare Lopez is a senior fellow at and a strategic policy and intelligence expert with a focus on the Middle East, national defense and counterterrorism. Lopez served for 20 years as an operations officer with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Annual Report 2012 by WordPress presents

SwissDefenceLeague     swissdefenceleague

2012 in blogging

Annual Report by WordPress

In 2012, there were 1,389 new posts, not bad for the first year!

That’s 145 countries in all!
Most visitors came from The United States. The United Kingdom & Switzerland were not far behind.

most active commenters :

1 muse1876 74 comments

2 coffeeandsleeplessnights 36 comments

3 bob e 33 comments

4 oogenhand 27 comments

These are the posts that got the most views in 2012.
1 Iran, the United States and a Nuclear Seesaw 4 comments September 2012
2 PHONING THE U.N. AT “522666” 0 comments June 2012
3 Geert Wilders New Book 1th May 2012 8 comments March 2012
4 Tunisian Muslims Behead an Apostate 0 comments June 2012
5 Muslim Brotherhood and Rise of the Caliphate 6 comments June 2012

Bloodstain on the Swiss flag Won’t be Seen until it touch the White Cross


Bloodstain on the Swiss flag Won’t be Seen until it touch the White Cross…SwissDefenceLeague

Didier Burkhalter

Syria: Didier Burkhalter, Swiss Minister of Foreign Affairs, is there a risk? Switzerland, under his leadership, finance for 50,000 francs (approximately) a meeting in Berlin of several groups of opposition to the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Syrian Liberation Army (SLA) is. It reveals contributions from the State Department of the United States, American and German institutes, non-governmental organizations Norwegian and Dutch (“Bund” and “Tages-Anzeiger” July 30, “Freedom” 31 July). The idea is to prepare, if appropriate, after-Assad. For the Swiss policy of neutrality, the case is not trivial.

The risk taken by the Neuchâteler is calculated. Repression by the forces of President Bashar al-Assad – even if the information is not all reliable – is of extreme violence. What would suspect it would talk neutrality do nothing. Then our country would suffer the same remarks, basically, that Russia and China in the Security Council of the UN. Of course, there is no guarantee that a new Syrian government brings better (including for human rights and women*). But it is hard to imagine that it could be worse. New cracks in the opposition, however, worried.

And the Syrian war is remote. For Swiss policy of neutrality, discretion is broader than, for example, during the two World Wars. Here, a misstep in the worst moments, could be fatal. With the Syrian war, this risk is low. Didier Burkhalter, before our eyes, reinvents perhaps another way of “doing” neutrality.


Unbelievable.. incredible that Mister Burkhalter doesn’t know who he financed, with Swiss People Money ! He financed The Horror !

YOU.. ME.. Paid For THIS !

The footages and pictures of the rebels’ brutality which surfaced online in the
last few days are revealing the terrorist nature and the war crimes of the
opposition fighters in Syria.   :

WE Swiss Citizen Who Feel concern by those matters should politely phone and talk and write about our policy !


Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) Bundeshaus West CH-3003 Bern Tel. +41 (0)31 322 21 11 Fax +41 (0)31 324 90 47

Didier Burkhalter

Head of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

Didier Burkhalter, born on 17 April 1960, grew up in the village of Auvernier on the shores of Lake Neuchâtel. He obtained a degree in economics from the University of Neuchâtel. Before his move into politics, he held a number of posts in the academic world and the private sector. Mr. Burkhalter is married and father of three children.
In 1985 Mr. Burkhalter joined the Radical Democratic Party (now the Liberal Democratic Party, or FDP). He was secretary of the Neuchâtel branch of the party, before becoming the full-time secretary for French-speaking Switzerland within the FDP Switzerland. In 1991 he was elected to the executive (town council) of Neuchâtel, which he chaired for three periods (1994/1995, 1998/1999, 2001/2002). He remained a member of the council until 2005.
During his political career, Mr. Burkhalter has served as a member of parliament at all three levels of the Swiss political system: municipal (parliament of Hauterive, Neuchâtel), cantonal (Neuchâtel parliament) and federal (National Council and Council of States).
In 2003 Mr. Burkhalter was elected to the National Council (lower house), and to the Council of States (upper house) in 2007. During this time he has served on a number of federal parliamentary commissions and was also a member of the Swiss delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
Didier Burkhalter was elected to the Federal Council on 16 September 2009 and appointed as the head of the Federal Department of Home Affairs (FDHA), a post he held until 31 December 2011. As of 1 January 2012, Mr. Burkhalter will take charge of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.


“They beheaded him, cut him into pieces and fed him to the dogs,” said Agnès-Mariam de la Croix, mother superior of the Monastery of St James the Mutilated between Damascus and Homs.

Syrian Army Clean Up Damascus from the US/NATO/Saudi Foreign Armed Terrorists

Syrian Army Clean Up Damascus from the US/NATO/Saudi Foreign Armed Terrorists

‘In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized  man.’


So our Government are standing where ?

I know mine stand for the Savage !!!

It is time To Stand Up and Say NO !

Or be accomplice of the End of Our Own Civilization !

It is Time To send those Voices To Who Can Still Hear !

Anyone who call itself Christian doesn’t got the choice to just stand by :

‘In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized  man.’

It is more then the Time To Step IN !

21. 07. 2012

Syrian Army Clean Up Al-Midan Damascus from Foreign NATO Armed Terrorists, footage as it happened.
جولة ميدانية برفقة الجيش في الميدان     جولة     ميدانية     برفقة     الجيش     في     الميدان     الاخبارية     السورية

Уличные бои в Хомсе между сирийской правительственной армией и боевиками из “Свободной Сирийской Армии”. Сирия,

= Street fighting in Homs between the Syrian government army and rebels of the “Free Syrian Army.” Syria,

Indigenous Christians in Syria, Iraq and Egypt targeted by Islamists. Original peoples

“The armed [rebels] in Syria [have] murdered more than 200 Christians in the city of Homs, including entire families with young children,” a priest in Homs told Barnabas Aid magazine. “These gangs kidnapped Christians and demanded high ransoms. In two cases, after the ransoms were paid, the men’s bodies were found.”

“Christians are increasingly being targeted and driven out of their homes and districts.” Elizabeth Kendal wrote for the Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin. “Some 138,000 Christians have fled Homs, where Christians have been terrorised and churches have been looted and occupied by rebel forces… In areas under rebel control, intolerant, hard-line Sunni fundamentalism is making Muslim-Christian coexistence impossible. For the jihadists, neutrality is not an option, and Christians (and Muslims) refusing to support the jihad are being tortured, expelled and murdered.”

As in Egypt, Tunisia, and other Arab countries, the uprisings in Syria—which initially called for democratic change and greater freedoms—provided a platform for Islamists, long-suppressed under authoritarian rule, to rally behind a fundamentalist agenda.

“For the newest generation of Sunni jihadists, Syria has become the latest front in the struggle to wrest control of the region from rival religious sects and foreign occupation,” Daniel Brode, Roger Farhat, and Daniel Nisman, intelligence analysts at Max-Security Solutions, wrote in an op-ed for the New York Times. “Many of these fighters hail from the vast reaches of North Africa and the Gulf, arriving in Syria with weapons, funds and a radical ideology.”

Asia News, quoting Kuwait’s Arabic-language newspaper, Al-Qabas, reported that “jihadists” from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, and Pakistan “crossed the Syrian-Turkish border to fight in the jihad alongside [opposition forces]… against the regime of Bashar el Assad.”
(Rescue Christians org)

Christians in Syria Fearful of FSA – Patriarch Exposes FSA Terrorists’ Tactics 

One of the world’s oldest Christian communities going back to ancient Antioch and Damascus in the first century AD, Syria’s Christians are fearful of an uncertain future in a country that is becoming very hostile against minorities, after satanic jihadists have been massacring and expelling Christians and Alawites from their towns and villages. The “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) terrorists also hide specifically in Christian areas so that the Syrian army causes collateral damage in these areas, leading to the evacuation of the Christians.

Those FSA terrorists went into Christian areas and massacred entire families in a very gruesome way to cause panic and fear among the local population. Consequently, the FSA terrorists also issued ultimatums to many Christian villages, especially those surrounding Homs, so they can force them to flee before those mercenary terrorists kidnap and kill anyone remaining there. The Melkite Greek Catholic patriarch, Gregorios III Laham, speaks to Sky News about his views on the Christians’ fear of potential extinction.

What’s happening in Syria is deja vu. After the US invasion of Iraq and the toppling of Saddam Hussein, al Qaeda and other Sunni extremist groups affiliated with al Qaeda started targeting the Christians of Iraq to kill and expel them. The toppling of Mubarak in Egypt brought the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafist rule that are both trying to squeeze the Coptic Christian population out of their ancient homeland.

These Sunni extremists have one goal, to kill and expel all non-Sunni minorities in the Middle East and to establish an Islamic Caliphate state with Sharia law.

IslamicMotive – The domination of Islam

IslamicMotive – The domination of Islam

‘THE ARMY OF MUHAMMAD’ (SAAWS): The call & fight for shariah grows and grows and grows. Indeed we will never ever ever give up until we die and our children die and our childrens children die and our children’s children’s children die and their great great great great grandchildren die in the path of Allah OR until Allah’s shari’ah is ruling the world.

Victory is coming Dont ever give up until your dying breath.

O’ THE WHOLE WEST; YOU have seen the black flags and loud cries & takbirs & crowds of the Hizbut Tahrir; You have seen the black flags and loud cries & takbirs & crowds with Al-Muhajroun in UK & Australia (S4A); You have seen them get louder & louder and with more & more hatred for your disgusting evil ways, your system and your laws: But the next time you see the black flags and lo…ud cries & takbirs & crowds, it will be with the Mujahideen with weapons and chaos & destruction; You see; We grow louder, & stronger and bolder and ALLAH is preparing us for victory; The next group you see shortly will be the Mujahideen landing on our shores.

Allahu Akbar


A final battle stage has been set in between good & evil .
The army of Allah is among you and you are one of those soldiers !

Global Islamic domination in the doctrines of Fatah, Hamas and Al-Qaeda

United States of Islam

world domination of islam


Israel Soon Will Face New Threats !


1)Sinaï 2) Jordan + West Bank 3) Syria Gallilee +Golan 4) Lebanon
5) Turkey – Nato 6) Iran 7) Hamas-Gaza
= Full Circle !

Started in 1918 to take form in 1928 The Old Dream has never been so Close to come True..



Be Prepared For The REAL Holocaust !

Beyond the Cusp

Ever since the world decided to grant the Palestinian Authority the lethal weapon of statehood in a United Nations General Assembly vote, we and many others have been waiting to see how it would first be used against Israel. The question was would it be used to go to the International Criminal Court charging numerous Israeli leaders both civilian and military with various crimes ranging from war crimes to crimes against humanity or would the Palestinian Authority first petition anew for full member statehood in the Security Council, this time with the full backing of the Arab League, the Nonaligned Movement and the European Union or would they simply play it safe and attempt to be included in as many ancillary United Nations organizations like they had received prematurely from UNESCO and use these organizations and agencies to slowly build an unstoppable series of decisions awarding them advantages political and…

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……With the current instability of the middle east, Israel’s enemies at every border and Iran’s self-admitted plan to ‘annihilate Israel off of the map’, It is not hard to believe or envision a scenario in which Hamas was simply acting on the request or orders of a higher entity. When month after month of failed negotiations usually result in a continued, never-ending attack on Israel, this time was not the case. Perhaps the data collection mission was achieved.

Please Pray for Israel !

Thought for the Day By Lyn

Lyn Leahz

Ecclesiastes 3

Everything Has Its Time

3 To everything there is a season,
A time for every purpose under heaven:

A time to be born,
    And a time to die;
A time to plant,
    And a time to pluck what is planted;
A time to kill,
    And a time to heal;
A time to break down,
    And a time to build up;
A time to weep,
    And a time to laugh;
A time to mourn,
    And a time to dance;
A time to cast away stones,
    And a time to gather stones;
A time to embrace,
    And a time to refrain from embracing;
A time to gain,
    And a time to lose;
A time to keep,
    And a time to throw away;
A time to tear,
    And a time to sew;
A time to keep silence,
    And a time to speak;
A time to…

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The Last Petrol Bomb Of The Year 2012 !


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Freemasonry in Turkey :

The Government Pension Fund – Global (Norwegian: Statens pensjonsfond – Utland, SPU) is a fund into which the surplus wealth produced by Norwegian petroleum income is deposited. The fund changed name in January 2006 from its previous name, The Petroleum Fund of Norway. The fund is commonly referred to as The Oil Fund (Norwegian: Oljefondet). As of the valuation in June 2011, it was the largest pension fund in the world, although it is not actually a pension fund as it derives its financial backing from oil profits and not pension contributions. As of 30 September 2012 its total value is NOK 3.7trillion ($654 billion), holding one percent of global equity markets.With 1.78 percent of European stocks,it is said to be the largest stock owner in Europe.

The purpose of the petroleum fund is to invest parts of the large surplus generated by the Norwegian petroleum sector, generated mainly from taxes of companies, but also payment for license to explore as well as the State’s Direct Financial Interest and dividends from partly state-owned Statoil. Current revenue from the petroleum sector is estimated to be at its peak period and to decline over the next decades. The Petroleum Fund was established in 1990 after a decision by the country’s legislature to counter the effects of the forthcoming decline in income and to smooth out the disruptive effects of highly fluctuating oil prices.

The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (Norwegian: Olje- og energidepartementet) is a Norwegian ministry responsible for energy, including petroleum and natural gas production in the North Sea. It is led by Minister of Petroleum and Energy Ola Borten Moe (Centre Party). The department must report to the legislature, the Storting.

U.S., NATO to Jointly Consider Turkish Patriot  Missile Request

U.S., NATO to Jointly Consider Turkish Missile Request.  Courtesy Video | Pentagon Channel | Date: 11.26.2012.  The U.S. and NATO will work together in deciding how to respond to Turkey’s request for Patriot missiles.

Erdogan’s Green Fascism: The New Sultan Flexes His Muscles

          Submitted by Richard Cottrell on Wed, 2012-08-01 04:49    
              The Turkish daily Zaman has just published a very important commentary by Mumtazar Turkone which appears to suggest that the country’s soft Islamic ruling power is not quite all that it seems. For a start, anything but ‘soft’. In fact more like a perpetually ruling caste in the making, whose pretences towards Islamic justice and values may not be all they seem to the surface.

This is an airing of a very radical view which seems to pose strong chords with the rise of Bolshevism and National Socialism (and indeed the decay of real politics in the US today and their replacement by a common state corporatist ideology (see Supreme Court ‘corporations are people’ judgment)..

Turkone is guardedly pointing to the AK party becoming a permanently entrenched system of power. I completely agree with that. My impression for some time is the steady evolution of the AK movement towards a form of Islamic fascism, or more correctly, a fascist state that rests on the illusion of Islamism.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish premier, is foremost a merchant accustomed to trading in the bazaars of power. He has knocked away two of the main props of the secular establishment, the military and the old secular political institutions. They are reduced to waving their arms like windmills with no corn to grind. He has ruthless deployed the exposure of Ergenekon ( a deep state Gladio-type imitatorwhich is actually controlled by the government) to act as a kind of purifying and purging ritual.

This is exactly the tactics the Bolsheviks used to cement themselves in power, the idea of ‘liberation’ as a purging of a debased system. Hitler occupied the same territory. Ditto Franco, Mao. In a sense, all of these people took their inspiration from Robespierre. Erdogan’s stance, his constant twisting and turning, bewilders the US, NATO etc., because the understanding and perceptions of Islam are scarcely understood in the Christian West. Those scholars who can see that Sunni Fascism is an evolving and rolling force, drawing on very old historic trends, wedded to the concept of the New Ottoman Empire, are ignored.

Erdogan’s Islamism is not so much skin deep as convenient political clothing. The source of his power lies with Turkey’s corporate barons, the same creatures who nourish and maintain Putinism in Russia. They are far more powerful than the soldiers. The economy is running at full tilt and while there are many black holes (weak innovation, the creaking educational fabric etc), Turks are for the first time enjoying the rewards of economic success.

There is work for all who want it, Turkey is building a high speed (aka Hitler’s autobahnen) rail network based on astonishing advanced technology. This network will connect all the main population centres east-west, north-south, which will increasingly dissolve the differences between the various ‘states of mind’ which have held the country back since the fall of the Oottomans and the subsequent rise of the false prophet Ataturk (to whom I will return in a moment)..

We learn from current events in the region that Erdogan Islamic Fascism is an export commodity which benefits from the prevailing turmoil. It is plain that the main beneficiary of the unrest throughout the Arab world is a non-Arabic Sunni Moslem state – Turkey..

Ataturk replaced the Sultans with a rigid Bolshevist-Corporatist-Militarist police state. Between them the High Command and Ataturk’s successors (the secularists who are now in a state of advanced decay) attempted to prolong his legacy so to speak but failed because they could not manage the economy and they lacked any deep or effective roots in political will.

Erdogan has tapped the reservoirs of Islamist consent, the votes of the pious and faithful who are enjoying fruits of plenty for the first time: they speak now of the Islamic Work Ethic in Anatolia, where entire communities are benefitting from small business start up grants, new public architecture of roads, fast trains, new hospitals and medical centres and schools.

Unknown, unobserved to the Christian West, Edrogan is surreptitiously altering the political landscape from one day to the next. He has started to swallow smaller political groups to expand the root base of AK. He says that AK itself must advance to the state of a national political force which reflects the united identity of the Turkish people. To that end, AK’s huge immaculately choreographed rallies increasingly reflect Nuremberg.

When Erdogan steps into the limelight before the adoring masses, he pauses, inclines his head, smiles and turns to applauding aides before silence befalls the multitude and he begins to speak in slow, measured tones. This is politics as theatre. The people love it.

One of his most significant pronouncements came at the huge rally held in the Istanbul sports drome in early summer. The master declared that he would not stand as prime minister again nor seek office again as leader of the party. This is because he intends there will be no AK party to lead. The new force which is to replace it and which he is currently constructing is the imminent National Political Movement which he will submit to the electorate for their joyous approval.

We mayl come to know this new beast in good time as Green Fascism

Ataturk constructed his vision of a modern, throbbing Turkey on a one party state. His was a hobbled, introspective creature which left the Islamic nature of Turkey unresolved. Ataturk responded like any dictator with instruments of oppression. He cowed the population and they adored him for it. He became a god when he died, of overwork it was said. Certainly his life was not prolonged by chain-smoking, frequent drinking binges and his serial amorous adventures.. Unconsciouly or otherwise the brilliant soldier turned statesman was striving to show how un-Islamic he was..

The smack of his regime lay in petty gestures like banning the fez, forcing Turks to adopt westernised names and the Latin alphabet.

Erdogan ‘s genius is to resolve Ataturk’s unresolved legacy. He has no need to ban hats, in fact in a curious reverse doppelganger of the affair of the fez, he has legitimized – repatriated -. the public wearing of the headscarf in schools and universities. Even the most secular critics are bound to admit that its cool to be in Istanbul, thanks to the galaxy of world-friendly galas of arts. There’s even a brand new home grown fashion style, Islam Chic,

It it any co-cindicidence that the turbans-and-testosterone biopic Fetih (Conquest) 1453, which features the Turkish defeat of Constantinople, is playing to rapturous houses all over Turkey? The film shamelessly re-kindles Turkey’s foundation credentials which goes down with audiences throughout the Islamic world.

The religously-sympathetic daily newspaper Zaman noted ‘ Turks are feeling imperial again’ after a decade of unprecedented economic growth, increasingly re-visiting with awe and admiration their Ottoman ancestors for inspiration – in foreign policy as much as interior design, food and fashiion.

Fetih, lavish, gaudy, fast and loose as it is with historical niceties, nonetheless perfectly identifies the neo-Ottomanist push to reassert Turkish diplomatic hegemony over the sultans’ former Arab domains.

The anti-orientalists, the dispossesed elites brooding over their gin and tonics in Istanbul, dismiss the film as a ‘muddled pool of hypocrisy’, which is unfortunately to miss the point altogether. Namely the rescusitation of Islamic pride after all most a decade of insults for intellectual and religious backwardness, while acting as the main sump for worldwide eterror.

Catch-me-if-you-can Erdogan pulls many tails as once, and every time the victim turns around to find the tormentor has disappeared. His genie-like course through the current travails of the Middle East leaves the global community as confused as always concerning his real objectives. The man himself could very well respond, like the scorpion who stung the frog, ‘it is my nature.’

Western diplomats in Ankara have closed their minds because they basically regard Turkey as a third world country which has got too big for its boots. One fine day the secularists will come back to power and everything will be as neat and tidy as it was before. Turkey is supposed to be a swimming pool for westerm corporates, not a power in its own right. They laugh at the imperial dimension. I wonder if they will still be laughing when Syria and Iran go the way of Iraq and Afghanistan and Turkey is the last man standing.



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