"Am I therefore become your enemy,because I TELL YOU THE TRUTH...?"
(Galatians 4:16)

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Palau president:"Gitmo detainees scared of China"

Some Chinese Muslims detained at Guantanamo Bay are hesitant about accepting this tiny Pacific nation's offer to take them in because they fear it cannot shield them from China, Palau's president said Tuesday...

Mossad-Taliban whistleblower killed in Pakistan

A tribal leader who earlier defected from Pakistani Taliban chief Baitullah Mehsud and revealed the militants group's ties with the US and Israel has been shot dead. The assassination of Qari Zainuddin comes days after he revealed that their comrade was pursuing a US-Israeli agenda across the violence-wracked country...

Taliban Commander Shot Dead in Pakistan

A Taliban faction leader who criticized the militant group's Pakistani head over attacks that killed civilians was fatally shot Tuesday, reportedly by one of his own guards....

Karzai tells Taliban to vote in Afghan elections

Afghan President Hamid Karzai called on the Taliban and their allies on Saturday to vote in August's elections rather than attempt to disrupt the nation's second presidential poll.
The August 20 vote is seen as a crucial moment for Karzai's government and for Washington, which is sending thousands of extra troops this year as part of President Barack Obama's new regional strategy to defeat al Qaeda and stabilize Afghanistan

U.S. reverses Afghan drug policy

Washington is to dramatically overhaul its Afghan anti-drug strategy, phasing out opium poppy eradication, the U.S. envoy to Pakistan and Afghanistan told allies on Saturday...

Pakistan urges US to end drone attacks

President Barack Obama's national security adviser reiterated the United States' strong support for Pakistan in its battle with Taliban militants during talks with senior Pakistani leaders on Thursday.Islamabad, meanwhile, called for an end to U.S. missile attacks on its soil, two days after a suspected drone strike killed 80 people in the country's northwest...

Journalists held by Taliban endured death threats

An Afghan journalist held by Taliban militants with a New York Times reporter said Monday he was beaten and repeatedly threatened by captors whose demands kept changing during their seven-month ordeal...

US, Kyrgyzstan reach deal on using air base

The United States has agreed to more than triple the rent it pays for use of a key air base in Kyrgyzstan to ship non-lethal military supplies to Afghanistan under a deal approved Tuesday by a Kyrgyz parliamentary committee...

US adviser: No preferred candidate in Afghan poll

President Barack Obama's national security adviser insisted Tuesday that the U.S. does not support or oppose any candidate in Afghanistan's presidential race, but the Afghan government's top spokesman said the U.S. may be interfering.

Suspected U.S. Missile Kills 80 in Pakistan

What appeared to be the deadliest U.S. missile attack ever on Pakistani soil brought an unusual reaction in a country that has previously denounced such strikes as an affront to its sovereignty — silence.Tuesday's attack killed 80 people, Pakistani officials said, but missed its chief target, Baitullah Mehsud. He is the country's top Taliban leader and its public enemy No. 1, accused of masterminding numerous brutal operations including the assassination of Benazir Bhutto...

Turkey passes law limiting military courts

Turkey's parliament has passed legislation aimed at meeting European Union membership criteria to ensure military personnel are tried in civilian courts during peacetime rather than in military courts.

Syria threatens to take back Golan by force

Syrian officials threatened on Saturday to take back the Golan Heights by force if a peace agreement involving the return of the strategic plateau is not reached with Israel, Army Radio reported.

"Is it permitted to eat the flesh of American soldiers?':Jihadist says slaughtering needs to be according to Shariah

The Al-Falluja jihadist forum has featured a new discussion – on the slaughter and eating of U.S. soldiers, according to officials with the Middle East Media Research Institute.

Terror group:"No shame in being poor":Top jihadist responds to WND report that Iran has stopped support

There is no shame in being poor, Ziad Al Nakhala, the deputy secretary general of the Islamic Jihad terrorist group declared in an official statement yesterday....

Arab States Aligned With U.S. Savor Turmoil in Iran

The rancorous dispute over Iran’s presidential election could turn into a win-win for Arab leaders aligned with Washington who in the past have complained bitterly that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was destabilizing the region and meddling in Arab affairs, political analysts and former officials around the region said....

Money floods out of Iran as election crisis continues

Fears of a new round of crippling sanctions are also thought to have fuelled the movement of money out of the country.
Western intelligence agencies have reported that prominent private businesses and wealthy families have moved tens of millions of dollars out of Iranian banks into overseas accounts.

Dad to pay $3000 'bullet fee' to retrieve body of son killed in Iran protests

A GRIEVING father was told he would have to pay a "bullet fee" to recover the body of his son, who was shot in Iran's bloody election protests. The tragic and brutal story of 19-year-old Kaveh Alipour, who was one week away from his wedding day, came to light yesterday as tensions continued in the stricken nation...

Ahmadinejad vows to toughen stance toward West

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad vowed on Saturday to toughen Iran's stance toward the West during his new term in office, the official news agency IRNA reported.

Berlin bans sale of trucks to Syria, Iran

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's administration imposed a ban on the sale of heavy trucks to Iran and Syria in April 2008 because of Israeli intelligence concerns, according to a report in last week's Der Spiegel magazine.

"Ahmadinejad win requires primed IDF"

Speaking at a graduation ceremony for new IAF pilots in Hatzerim on Thursday, IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi stated that the victory of hardliner president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in the Iranian presidential elections requires the IDF to remain primed and prepared....

Iranians rip off tyranny's mask

The revulsion of Iranians for the political system that has imprisoned them for three decades was triggered by the disputed results of the June 12 election.
Once, however, the opposition took to the streets and the regime spilled blood to intimidate the people, it became transparently clear the revulsion a majority of Iranians are displaying is not over details of the rigged election. It is directed at the bloody-minded theocracy oppressing them, and its overthrow most Iranians want....

A sham in Iran

The Iranian revolution is a self-evident fact. Whether it will succeed or not is open to question but the country certainly will never be the same and if the western world has any decency left it will refuse to treat the Tehran regime as anything other than a rogue cabal worthy of contempt and isolation.

Iran doctor tells of Neda's death

"We heard a gunshot. Neda was standing a metre away from me... I saw blood gushing out of her chest"

The doctor who tried to save an Iranian protester as she bled to death on a street in Tehran has told the BBC of her final moments...

G8 'deplores' Iran poll violence

Foreign ministers from the world's main industrialised countries have issued a statement "deploring" post-election violence in Iran.
The G8's comments were not as strong as France and Italy had wanted, after Russia warned against isolating Iran.

Iran militia raids 'target homes'

Human Rights Watch has accused Iran's volunteer Basij militia of carrying out night-time raids, destroying property in private homes and beating civilians.
The New York-based group says the raids are an attempt to stop the nightly rooftop chants against the government.
It also says satellite dishes are being confiscated to stop people from watching foreign news....

Unveiling the Revolution

The women of Iran have jolted me awake from my cable news coma. So many of the protesters are young and female like me but display a courage I have never known -- clasping rocks in their fists, kicking at baton-wielding policemen and, in the case of Neda Agha-Soltani, dying on the streets of Tehran. Judging from the flood of "I am Neda" T-shirts and tweets, I'm hardly the only one feeling not just powerful admiration but identification with Iranian women.

Iran Update:The Crackdown Continues

The situation is only getting worse for Iranians contesting the June 12 election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Opposition leader Mir Hussein Moussavi appears to be running out of options....

Should Israel attack distracted Iran now...?

With the Tehran regime distracted by growing opposition protests, is now a good time for Israel to strike Iran's nuclear sites...?

Ahmadinejad:"U.S.Has "Made a Mistake""

Iran's hardline president lashed out anew at the United States and President Barack Obama on Saturday, accusing him of interference and suggesting that Washington's stance on Iran's postelection turmoil could imperil Obama's aim of improving relations.
"We are surprised at Mr. Obama," Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in remarks to judiciary officials broadcast on state television. "Didn't he say that he was after change? Why did he interfere?"

U.S. Officials: Iran Opposition Leader's Web Site Shut Down, Supporters 'Tortured' Into Confessions

State Department officials monitoring events in Iran from Dubai have relayed back to Washington that Mousavi's Web site "Kalemah," his last link to the outside world, is completely shut down.They also noted reports on Iranian Web sites alleging that jailed Mousavi supporters have been tortured in an attempt to force them into TV "confessions" of a foreign-led plot against the Islamic regime.A newspaper with strong ties to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps has published a letter calling on Iran's Justice Minister to prosecute Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi for allegedly violating Islamic and constitutional law through her human rights advocacy....

Friday, June 26, 2009

Iran cleric for tighter controls on foreign media

Amongst others, a member of the Iranian pro-government Basij militia,(the kind of ones that murdered NEDA SOLTAN cold blood with a shot to the chest...what a bunch of bloodthirsty cowards....shoot a woman like that like a dog....depicable....) center right, chants slogans during a Friday prayer ceremony at the Tehran University campus in Tehran, Iran, Friday, June 26, 2009. Ayatollah Ahmed Khatami, a senior cleric, said during nationally broadcast Muslim sermon on Friday that the government should punish 'leaders of the riots, who were supported by Israel and the U.S., strongly and with cruelty.' (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
Senior hard-line cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami, bottom left, leads a Friday prayer at the Tehran University campus in Tehran, Iran, Friday, June 26, 2009. Khatami, said during nationally broadcast Muslim sermon on Friday that the government should punish 'leaders of the riots, who were supported by Israel and the U.S., strongly and with cruelty.' (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
PS:All this kind of HATE SPEECH makes me sick at the stomach...They go first and PRETEND THEY PRAY....and then he goes on a hateful rant advocating for murder and executions and further control by the sword....?
What kind of religion they are part of...what kind of "religion" they practice....?They are a bunch of fanatic lunatics with--for what it looks like--another big bunch of brainwashed "supporters"
I have news for them....THEY ARE NOT IRAN....They are a shame and an insult to the people of Iran that doesn't have a voice....
The people of Iran are a great group of people....These throwbacks...ARE NOT IRAN....Make no mistake...Something has started in Iran and I dont think it will be quenched at all.This is the beginning of the end for this looney tunes theocrats that hide themselves behind the mantle of"religion".They are an insult to Islam and the clear example of cruel oppression.Now the entire world is WELL AWARE of their tactics and their brutality.
God gave us freedom--who they think they are that try to take that from iranians...?And that by the sword....?
What is next....?Are they going to slaughter the masses like Hitler did....?
All these freaks mullahs are DOOMED...people will be silent no more.
They will never be able to SILENCE THE TRUTH...No matter how hard they try.
Let's keep praying for Iran...!!!!
As in the days of Noah.....

Ending Iran unrest important for UAE:minister

The stabilization of the Iran political crisis is extremely important for the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the UAE foreign minister said here Friday.
"The situation in Iran for us is in the UAE is very important," Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nayhan said commenting on post-election unrest in Iran during a visit to Slovenia."The stabilization of that country (Iran) is extremely important," he added.

Iranian cleric says "rioters" should be executed

Iranian senior hard-line cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami, delivers a Friday prayer sermon, at the Tehran University campus in Tehran, Iran, Friday, June 26, 2009. Khatami urged government to punish post-election rioters strongly and with cruelty.(AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
PS:So the question is how much is ENOUGH PUNISHMENT...right...?
The people of Iran have been already PUNISHED to live under such a BRUTAL DICTATORIAL THEOCRATIC REGIME--which at this point is not different from Zimbabwe,or North Korea...What is left...?That they will cook the victims((so called rioters)) bodies and eat them like Idi Amin did...?
This is unbelievable.....
As in the days of Noah....

Thursday, June 25, 2009

SHARIA'A LAW WATCH:Somali Islamists Cut Off Hands and Feet of 4 Thieves

An Islamic court in Somalia on Thursday cut off a hand and foot from each of four men convicted of stealing phones and guns, drawing hundreds of onlookers as the weeping men were punished at a military camp.The Shariah court that carried out the sentences is run by the powerful insurgent group al-Shabab, which is trying to topple Somalia's U.N.-backed government and install a strict form of Islam.

Neda Soltan's Family Reportedly Forced Out of Home by Iranian Authorities

Family members of slain Iranian protester Neda Agha Soltan have been forced by Iranian authorities out of their Tehran home after disturbing and graphic images of her death were viewed around the world.Neighbors of the family say the four-floor apartment on Meshkini Street, in Eastern Tehran, has been vacated, according to U.K. paper The Guardian. "We just know that they [the family] were forced to leave their flat," a neighbor told The Guardian, but the family was not reached to confirm reports.
PS:Please read the rest of this heartbreaking story...
As in the days of Noah...

Iran reform leader says he won't end his challenge

Iran's opposition leader pledged Thursday not to withdraw his election challenge despite what he said were attempts to isolate and discredit him, while the declared winner, hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad,accused President Barack Obama of meddling in Iran's affairs.

Iran's Ahmadinejad compares Obama to Bush

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused Barack Obama on Thursday of behaving like his predecessor toward Iran and said there was not much point in talking to Washington unless the U.S. president apologized...

North Koreans mass at rally in capital to denounce US

Tens of thousands of North Koreans shouted slogans to denounce international sanctions at a rally in central Pyongyang on Thursday, as the communist country vowed to enlarge its atomic arsenal and warned of a "fire shower of nuclear retaliation" in the event of a U.S. attack.

North Korea Warns of Nuclear "Fire Shower" Attack

North Korea vowed Thursday to enlarge its atomic arsenal and warned of a "fire shower of nuclear retaliation" in the event of a U.S. attack, as the regime marked the 1950 outbreak of the Korean War.

Kim Jong Il Puts Youngest Son in Charge of Spy Agency

North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has put his youngest son in charge of the country's spy agency in a move aimed at handing the communist regime over to him, a news report said Wednesday.

North Korea threatens US as world anticipates missile

North Korea accused Washington of seeking to "provoke a second Korean War" as the regime prepared to hold maritime military exercises off the eastern coast. U.S. and regional authorities were watching closely for signs that North Korea might fire short- or mid-range missiles during the June 25 to July 10 timeframe cited in a no-sail ban for military drills sent to Japan's Coast Guard.

Connecticut church creates stir with gay "exorcism" video

A Connecticut church has outraged gay rights advocates by posting a video of members performing an apparent exorcism of a teen's "homosexual demons."....

PS:I still don't understand WHY IN THE WORLD this session was TAPED and POSTED on Youtube of all places...?Have churches lost all sense....?To tape something like that and then post in on the internet...?What is the purpose...?
All that this is now is a mockery of true deliverance in the name of Jesus.
No wonder people confounds exorcism with true deliverance....It's so upsetting to see so called "ministers" with NO WISDOM WHATSOEVER...
On top of all that they not only post the video,BUT THEN,they DONT WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT with the MEDIA....?Why did they post it on the first place...?Didn't they know the stir it would cause...?
What this video does its a mockery and a merchandise of the Gospel...
As in the days of Noah....

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

ENVIRO CRAZE WATCH:PAPER:"Living more hours naked each day has positive effect on global warming..."

With summer upon us, how many green vacationers’ fancies will turn to thoughts of nudism?
Going without clothes on beaches and other vacation spots is commonly called naturism — a description that implies helping the planet, as some practitioners claim to be doing.
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LAND FULL of VIOLENCE:Escalating violence in Chicago dries up blood supply....

There is a real emergency for a county hospital emergency room. The uptick in violence is literally draining the blood supply.But now it's the trauma unit that needs saving. Doctors say the facility's supply of O-negative blood is dwindling.

GAY WATCH:Tight security ahead of Jerusalem gay parade

The Jerusalem gay pride parade, which regularly riles up religious and haredi city residents, is scheduled to take place Thursday under tight security, as haredi-secular tensions are already running high in the capital over the municipality's plan to open a parking lot on Shabbat.

The global Muslim theocracy movement is worried

The past two weeks have been an eye-opener for a lot of people, including Arab and Muslim communities around the world. While most Middle East analysts and those familiar with Iranian politics knew that the Iranian theocracy did not enjoy the support of the country's 70 million people, this was news to many in the West....

Reporters Press White House Over "Planted" Huffington Post Question...

"I think it was important and the president thought it was important to take a question using the very same methods, again, that many of you all are using to report information on the ground. I don't have any -- I won't make any apologies for that."

Protesters Thrown Off Bridge in Tehran (((WARNING:GRAPHIC VIDEO)))

IRAN:Witnesses: Clashes Around Iran's Parliament

Freed Journalist Saberi Honored With Medal

Roxana Saberi on Iran protests

Journalist Roxana Saberi talks to Jeremy Paxman about her imprisonment in Iran earlier this year, and her views about the protests in Iran over the disputed elections.

Freed American Journalist Voices Support for Ex-Cellmate in Iran

Roxana Saberi, the American journalist who was convicted of espionage in Iran but released from prison last month after her eight-year sentence was reduced, is speaking out in support of her former cellmate, who remains behind bars in the Islamic Republic.With representatives of human rights organizations by her side at a press conference in Paris, Saberi said it was urgent to apply international pressure to free humanitarian worker Silva Harotonian.
PICTURE:June 24: Iranian-American journalist Roxana Saberi helps release 365 balloons, representing the number of days her former cellmate, Silva Harotonian, has spent in Iranian prison.(FNC)

Britain replaces USA as mullah's verbal target...

Britain has replaced America as Iran's "Great Satan." That's the upshot of the announcement Wednesday that the Islamic Republic of Iran is considering downgrading its diplomatic ties to Britain, the country's former colonial ruler.
The comments by Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki on Iranian state television signal a concerted effort to blame the British for the chaotic postelection street demonstrations threatening the government, experts say.

US rescinds July 4 invites for Iran diplomats

An offer for Iranian envoys to attend U.S. embassy Fourth of July parties has been rescinded as the violent crackdown in Tehran continues, the White House said Wednesday."Given the events of the past many days, those invitations will no longer be extended," presidential spokesman Robert Gibbs said.

Iranian Soccer Stars Forced to "Retire" Over Wristband Protest

Iranian authorities have told four players on the nation's soccer team to turn in their cleats after they wore green wristbands in a show of solidarity with the country's opposition leader, the Guardian reported, citing opposition newspapers in Iran.The players — including team captain Mehdi Mahdavikia and soccer star Ali Karimi — wore the wristbands in a June 17 match against South Korea in Seoul....