Terror in Sinai


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These newly re-circulated terrorists include members of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hezbollah and Hamas, all of whom walked out of Wadi Natrun prison when the guards purportedly left their posts amid the turmoil of the rioting. However, other reports have said that the convicts were released in a Hezbollah-led operation, and that the Hezbollah- and Hamas-affiliated escapees returned to Gaza.

Other terrorists who were confirmed as having escaped from jail were two top Hamas leaders, including Mohammad a-Shaer, a renowned weapons smuggler. Perhaps more disturbing was the escape of 26 Hezbollah fighters convicted of planning terror strikes in the Suez Canal. Among them was the notorious Hezbollah terrorist Sami Shihab, sentenced to 15 years in prison for planning attacks on Israeli tourists in the Sinai. According to Mahmoud Komati, a senior member of Hezbollah, all men were “out of jail and safe.”

In the Sinai, Egyptian security officials announced that 50 terrorists from the Islamic group, Jama’at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad, had broken out of jail. They had all been convicted of planning the truck bombing at the Sinai Taba Hilton in 2004, an explosion which killed 31 people and wounded 179.

Egyptian officials also confirmed that Hamas’s most notorious smuggling experts, including Muhammad Shaar, had broken out of the El Arish jail and were headed for Gaza City.

In an attempt to regain control of the situation in the Sinai, Egyptian forces have increased their presence in the area by adding an estimated 800 soldiers to the fight. Even though their presence violates the 1979 Egyptian-Israeli treaty, it is believed the Israeli government of Benjamin Netanyahu has given the nod of approval.

That, of course makes, sense given the increased threat a militarized terror base in the Sinai poses for both countries. For its part, the Israeli IDF has also beefed up security along the Gaza border. However, this increase in troop strength is not just out of fear from terrorist activity, but also from a possible mass influx of Bedouins, who may flee from the unrest in Egypt into Israel.

Lastly, the sole vestige of an international presence in the Sinai appears to be on its way out, which will surely exacerbate the precarious situation. Disturbing reports have surfaced that the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO), made up of mostly Americans and Canadians, is on maximum alert in its northern Sinai base and is awaiting evacuation to Europe, ending a thirty year presence in the region.

Most infuriatingly, despite evidence to the contrary, the Muslim Brotherhood still continues to play the role of benevolent peacemaker. Violent events unfolding in the Sinai reveal a far different view of the terrorist organization’s ulterior aims, however. For those who continue to invest in the idea of a nonviolent Brotherhood, we can only pray that these facts serve as a final warning.

Frank Crimi is a writer living in San Diego, California. You can read more of Frank’s work at his blog, www.politicallyunbalanced.com.

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  • BUTSeriously

    Hear o Israel. If the treaty is flaunted – the Sinai comes back to Israel. War and contractual rules 101.

  • ze-ev ben jehudah

    The only democratic state in the midle East is Israel.Surrounded by the
    Mediterranean sea – Syria and the Golan heights in the North – Jordan
    on the Eastern side and in the South Egypt and Sinai connected with
    Gaza strip.It won't take much longer, I personally think within the year,
    before all those Arab states become a Muslim Theocracy.
    And like so many times before the so called free world will look the other way.
    Will Israel stop to exist by leaving en masse?? or will there be a final
    confrontation solved with nuclear weapons,wich Israel has to use first before
    the other side will. I think the third world war will start in the Midle East.(soon).

    • muchiboy

      "Will Israel stop to exist by leaving en masse?"

      While,personally,I wouldn't cry a river if Israel ceased to exist as a Zionist state,I think the region would be poorer for the loss of its' Jewish presence.Countries have always benefited from the presence of a it's Jewish citizens,with the exception of Palestine,of course.Jews may be more tolerant then Christians and Muslims,but then for most of modern history they were citizens of non Jewish states,not rulers of a Jewish state.The Zionist's have acted heartlessly and unconscionably towards the Palestinian people.I don't think the de facto ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people can be explained nor dismissed simply as a mere blip on another wise stellar history of the Jewish people, but rather a deeper more disturbing selfishness related to their long,tragic history in the diaspora.Again,the ideal resolution is for these two Palestinian peoples to share the land of Zion to the benefit of all their children. muchiboy

      • ziontruth

        "The Zionist's have acted heartlessly and unconscionably towards the Palestinian people.I don't think the de facto ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people can be explained nor dismissed simply as a mere blip on another wise stellar history of the Jewish people, but rather a deeper more disturbing selfishness related to their long,tragic history in the diaspora."

        The Muslims have acted heartlessly and unconscionably toward the Palestinian people, meaning the Jews. I don't think the de-facto ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian (=Jewish) people can be explained nor dismissed as a mere blip on a fictional stellar history of Islamic imperialism, but rather a deeper and more disturbing selfishness related to its long, atrocious history as a world-conquering movement.

      • MixMChess

        "Countries have always benefited from the presence of a it's Jewish citizens,with the exception of Palestine,of course."

        Actually, the Palestinians would beg to disagree. The Palestinians have benefited exponentially because of Israel (and Jewish investment). Palestinian Arabs outrank nearly every Arab/Islamic state in terms of life expectancy, educational attainment and adjusted real income, all thanks to measures taken by Israel to support economic activity, improve security, continue financial support and increase foreign investment to the Palestinians

        Muchiboy, did you know that in 2009, the West Bank enjoyed a significant economic recovery, with economic growth reaching an unprecedented 8%? Did you know, the W. Bank "boasts one of the world's strongest stock exchanges, the Palestinian Securities Exchange, (PSE), which grew 12.5%" last year, and is "ranked 33 among international stock exchanges and second in the region" in terms of investor protection? There is an increase in real estate projects: "Rawabi, the first planned Palestinian city, is being built with the help of Israeli consultants." The quality of life in the W. Bank is rising with culture and leisure activities becoming easily available to Palestinians who enjoy movies, health clubs, malls, restaurants, and music festivals.

      • MixMChess

        "I don't think the de facto ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people can be explained nor dismissed simply as a mere blip on another wise stellar history of the Jewish people, but rather a deeper more disturbing selfishness related to their long,tragic history in the diaspora."

        First you lie about ethnic cleansing, then you falsely psychoanalyze all Jews as inherently selfish. And you wonder why you constantly get called out for being a filthy antisemite?

    • Morrissey

      You must have been joking when you wrote "The only democratic state in the middle East is Israel". What about the Occupied Palestinian Territories? They ran an election in 2006 that was universally acknowledged as free and fair and above reproach. To do that under an oppressive and illegal harassment by the U.S. vassal state of Israel was an impressive feat by any standards.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    I’ll bet anyone any amount of money that in 10 years there will be no democracy in Egypt, as democracy ~ with its liberal freedoms and openness ~ simply can’t compete in the harsh Islamic environment of the Middle East, and those that push democracy in the Middle East like Bill Crystal, for instance, are jaw dropping naïve and utterly ignorant of Islam. I roll my eyes every time I hear those unhinged loons celebrating victory in Egypt as if victory has been attained in Egypt. Indeed, those are the same loons that also pushed fantasy based nation-building missions in Afghanistan and Iraq too.

    • Andres de Alamaya

      10 years???? You are an optimist. Try 10 months.

    • unbeliever1

      Oh the naivete! A lot of folks have drunk the kool aid,including politicians ,the man in the street and so called experts.The closest thing to democracy is going to be one man one vote ,one time.In a fair election the Brotherhood will win.

  • 4HG

    "U.S. Foreign Policy: The Art of Strengthening One's Enemies"
    Sunday, 13 February 2011 22:11 Written by Olavo de Carvalho

    Discounting the brief interruption in the Reagan era, American foreign policy since the end of World War II can be summarized by two rules which the State Department has followed with exemplary faithfulness and consistency:
    1. Trade allied dictators for enemy dictators.
    2. In so doing, trade authoritarian governments for totalitarian governments a thousand times more corrupt.
    Sometimes in a direct, brutal, and overt way, sometimes in an indirect, subtle, and underhanded way, and sometimes helping those against whom they had fought until the day before…
    …Now the United States is replacing an ally, Hosni Mubarak, with the superlatively hostile Muslim Brotherhood, mother of all anti-American movements in the Islamic world…
    …American intervention in the Egyptian crisis does not deviate from the long-established course. From the outset, both the Obama administration and George Soros—one of the chief sponsors of the current president’s career—have had friendly contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood and have encouraged it to unleash a rebellion against an ally of the US government.
    The likelihood that the Brotherhood, once in power, will establish a democratic, pluralistic system is so remote and contrived as was the chance that Josef Stalin might have done the same thing once he succeeded Lenin. The regime which will possibly come after Mubarak’s removal has already shown its true colors even before coming to power, by promoting the slaughter of Christians and the burning of churches. Both the American government and the entire journalistic class are well aware of this, but they refrain from drawing the most obvious and compelling conclusions from these facts. Instead they continue to present the conflict as a struggle between Egyptian idealist democrats and the evil dictator Mubarak.
    For many decades the American mainstream media —starting with The New York Times and CNN—have radically abdicated their journalistic duties and become a mere instrument of social engineering. Their current mission is not to spread information, but to meticulously control its flow so as to encourage behaviors desired by the globalist establishment and to discourage inconvenient questions…
    …In vain will the reader search the pages of The New York Times and The Washington Post, or the comments by CNN or MSNBC for any mention of the fact that Obama is acting, in Egypt, in favor of the largest anti-American organization in the universe. In the United States there is no official censorship, and that information, with sufficient evidence, reaches us from thousands of channels. But it does not reach the believers in the mainstream media, and above all, it does not leave American shores.
    Even if the government that emerges out of Mubarak’s downfall is a coalition government, the Muslim Brotherhood will certainly play the predominant role in it, and this is the surest guarantee that the country will move towards a regime which will be at once dictatorial, murderous to Christians, and openly hostile to the state of Israel.
    The Obama administration is fostering not only another anti-American dictatorship, but a war.

    This article can be found here: THE INTER-AMERICAN INSTITUTE http://www.theinteramerican.org/commentary/243-qu

    • trickyblain

      "From the outset, both the Obama administration and George Soros—one of the chief sponsors of the current president’s career—have had friendly contacts with the Muslim Brotherhood and have encouraged it to unleash a rebellion against an ally of the US government. "

      Usually when one publishes such a claim, they have some form of citation or authority as a backup.

      Another serious problem with this piece is that it suggests that the US is in the business of hand-selecting dictators for other nations half a world away. We are not, and this notion is a huge reason why citizens of said nations tend to be wary of US interventionalism.

      • 4HG

        "A great article and one that should be read far and wide. Whether we fail as a nation and are subjugated by either the Communists or Muslims, we will become a subjugated people under either ideology."

        Major Frank C. Stolz, Jr. USMC (Ret)

  • tanstaafl

    A quiz question for our advanced readers – what religion has killed more Muslims than any other? The answer is – Islam!

    • Nick Shaw

      Darn, I could have sworn it was Baptists! That's what Rosie O'Donnell told me anyway.

      • USMCSniper

        Have you got the hots for Rosie? Did she confide in you in bed last night?

        • Nick Shaw

          LOL! Shows what you know! I've been doin' Retchell Maddow. Turns out I'm a lesbian too!

          • USMCSniper

            I thought her name was ratchetitup madcow? Anyway, it looks like from the permanent smirk on her face nightly that she has a lousy sex life.

          • Nick Shaw

            Well I'll tell you how that smirk got there…wait…what?

    • unbeliever1

      Ah man! I was going to say that. No fair!

  • Willis Page

    Are we coming close to "On The Beach" ? Willis Page

  • Andres de Alamaya

    Jailing terrorists and then releasing them is plain idiotic. The Saudis tried to reprogram their minds and once out they immediately go back to terrorism. They need to be executed on the spot. As far as the great stealth organization, the Muslim Brotherhood, they require equally stealthy assassinations of all their leaders and accomplices in Egypt, throughout the Arab world, and particularly in the United States.

  • http://www.chick.com Raymond

    This is the state our country has come too. No one seem to think there is anything wrong , or immoral about running a Baby factories for profit. They will be future Democrats, and also fodder for the Judicial Industry. Therefore, It'll not likely change.

    AAARRRGGGH …..and in ILLINOIS!! – Now you know why they are broke.

    Bread Winner…Making Babies!
    I was speaking to an emergency room physician recently. He told me that a woman in her 20s came to the ER with her 8th pregnancy. She stated, "my momma told me that I am the breadwinner for the family." He asked her to explain. She said that she can make babies and babies get money for the family. The scam goes like this: The grandma calls the Department of Child and Family Services and states that the unemployed daughter is not capable of caring for these children. DCFS agrees and states that the child or children will need to go to foster care.

    The grandma then volunteers to be the foster parent, and thus receives a check for $1500 per child per month in Illinois. Total yearly income: $144,000 tax-free, not to mention free healthcare (Medicaid) plus a monthly card entitling her to free groceries, etc, and a voucher for 250 free cell phone minutes per month. This does not even include WIC and other welfare programs. Indeed, grandma was correct in that her fertile daughter is the "breadwinner" for the family.

    This is how the ruling class spends our tax dollars.

    Sebastian J. Ciancio, M.D. Urologist, Danville Polyclinic, LTD

    • Stephen_Brady

      Excellent post, and you describe what I see on a daily basis, here in Illinois. Of course, no babies means no "help".

      In my case, thank God for the work ethic …

  • muchiboy

    "eliminate the Egyptian blockade that impedes the organization’s smuggling routes into Gaza and restore them back to full operation."

    The people of Gaza have suffered needlessly from the inhumane and immoral blockade of it's city by Egyptian and Israeli governments.Again,cry me a river,Israel.

    "the Sinai comes back to Israel. War and contractual rules 101."

    I suspect over the bodies of a thousand IDF members and perhaps some Israeli civilians,too.Hopefully not,but the treaty should end.No war,no hostilities,but again,the treaty should end.If Egypt is a friend,then Israel should listen to her friends.Not that the Zionist regime payed any attention to its best friend,America. muchiboy

    • ObamaYoMoma

      Here’s Muchiboy right on cue as usual obsessively inciting hatred and violence against Jews in order to help usher in another genocidal holocaust. I guess the first one wasn’t sufficient enough to satisfy his bloodlust.

      • ziontruth

        As far as I have the time for it, I'm going to latch onto every one of his posts and make a "Fixed It For You" type of reply to it. I want to make that ibben kalb* get off this forum for good.

        * "Whose father is a [male] domestic canine" in the local Arabic vernacular. Every Israeli knows (and has had at least one occasion to use) this term.

    • EVAbeliever

      Hey dumbo lessiboy: your lack of intelligence is second to your extreme hatred of Jews. English 101: the past tense of "pay" is "paid". But a piece of white trash such as you can't be expected to have spent too much time in class. It naturally follows that you were out of class when history was taught. Go take a hike off a very high cliff!

    • ziontruth

      "The people of Gaza have suffered needlessly from the inhumane and immoral blockade of it's city by Egyptian and Israeli governments.Again,cry me a river,Israel."

      The people of Sderot have suffered needlessly from the inhumane and immoral barrage of rockets on their city by the Arab imperialists acting from their base in Gaza. Again, cry me a river, anti-Zionists.

      "If Egypt is a friend,then Israel should listen to her friends"

      Egypt was never a friend of Israel's. Sadat and Mubarak just didn't like the economic cost of war against Israel to their country, and the American bribe was so seductive.

      "Not that the Zionist regime payed any attention to its best friend,America."

      Not that the Marxists and other Muslim-symps paid any attention to the fate of their like in the ultimate of Islamic paradises so far: Iran, where members of the Communist Party (Tudeh) and other groups deemed "Westoxicated" were executed by the Khomeini regime by the thousands.

      • MixMChess

        "The people of Sderot have suffered needlessly from the inhumane and immoral barrage of rockets on their city by the Arab imperialists acting from their base in Gaza. Again, cry me a river, anti-Zionists."

        You don't see the Sderot residents trying to shake down the international community like the useless Palestinian Gazans. In 2009, Israel facilitated the transfer of $250 million to the Gaza Strip for "international organizations" to prop up Hamas and to pay the salaries of terrorist Fatah workers. When will the world aid the real victims in the Middle East and DE-FUND the hate-mongering Palestinians?

    • http://www.chick.com Raymond

      How long have you been a scumbag???

    • Nick Shaw

      There would be no blockade of Gaza if Israelis were not subject to inhumane and immoral suicide bombings by Palistinians, you dork. It's called "cause and effect". Look it up.

    • unbeliever1

      It a good thing that Israel never listened to The USA. and its allies. The state of Israel would have been non existent by now.

    • MixMChess

      "The people of Gaza have suffered needlessly from the inhumane and immoral blockade of it's city by Egyptian and Israeli governments."

      This is just another blatant lie by the intellectually lazy muchiboy. Despite incessant attacks from Hamas, Israel has maintained an ongoing humanitarian corridor for the transfer of food, medicine and humanitarian supplies to Gaza, used by internationally recognized organizations including the United Nations and the Red Cross.

      Well over a million tons of humanitarian supplies entered Gaza from Israel over the past 18 months alone, "equaling nearly a ton of aid for every man, woman and child in Gaza." Additionally, millions of dollars worth of international food aid continually flows through the Israeli humanitarian apparatus, ensuring that there is no food shortage in Gaza.

      Israel also maintains a corridor for the transfer of medical patients out of Gaza, and about 200 medical staff members go through the crossings every month. Of course, if Hamas denies Palestinians the ability to leave, the Israelis can do nothing to help the patient. In 2009 alone, 10,544 patients and their companions left the Gaza Strip for medical treatment in Israel. Moreover, there were 382 emergency evacuations from Gaza for medical purposes.

      The Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem donates $3 million in aid annually to provide medical treatment to Palestinians. In 2009, some 4,883 tons of medical equipment and medicine were brought into Gaza. In the first quarter of 2010, Israel shipped 152 trucks of medical supplies and equipment into Gaza. In a typical week some 37 truckloads of hygiene products are shipped to Gaza. In addition, a new CAT scan machine was recently shipped to Gaza. In 2009, Israel coordinated the transfer of medical supplies for the disabled including wheelchairs, crutches and first aid kits. Other equipment shipped to Gaza include heart-monitors, baby feeding tubes, dental equipment, medical books, ambulance emergency equipment, artificial limbs and infant sleeping bags.

    • Morrissey

      The illegal Israeli blockade and terrorization of Gaza will end one day, just as the Warsaw Ghetto it so closely resembles came to an end. This move to democracy in Egypt is the last thing that the United States or its vassal Israel wants. A democratic Egypt would never have turned a blind eye to the "twenty-two days of madness" that Israel inflicted on the population of Gaza in 2008-9.

      • Nick Shaw

        The very first thing you should do, Morrisey, is to quit Code Pink and then get a clue. Gaza is like the Warsaw Ghetto? Where do you come up with this stuff?

        • Morrissey

          "This stuff" is not even controversial—except on extremely irrational, partisan sites such as this. The illegal, brutal siege of Gaza is very similar to the siege of the Warsaw Ghetto. It's a point made by every independent human rights group, including B'Tselem, the Red Cross and Human Rights Watch. It's a point made by United Nations rapporteurs and observers. It's a point made by aid workers, doctors, nurses, teachers and reporters. It's a point made by anyone who has any knowledge of the way the Germans (and their Polish collaborators) treated the trapped people of the Warsaw Ghetto.

          I recommend you read some of the numerous Israeli sources—in particular the testimonies of the traumatized young men of the Israeli army who testified that during the "twenty-two days of madness" (an Israeli government spokesman's boastful term for the slaughter of 2008-9) they were killing civilians unopposed.

          • MixMChess

            You are a LIAR Morrissey, there is no brutal seige of Gaza. Despite constant attacks from Hamas, Israel has maintained an ongoing humanitarian corridor for the transfer of food, medicine and humanitarian supplies to Gaza (even during 2009's Operation Cast Lead).

            Well over a million tons of humanitarian supplies entered Gaza from Israel over the past 18 months alone, "equaling nearly a ton of aid for every man, woman and child in Gaza." Additionally, millions of dollars worth of international food aid continually flows through the Israeli humanitarian apparatus, ensuring that there is NO food shortage in Gaza.

            In 2009 alone, more than 738,000 tons of food and supplies entered Gaza. In the first quarter of 2010 (January-March), "94,500 tons of supplies were transferred in 3,676 trucks to the Strip: 48,000 tons of food products; 40,000 tons of wheat; 2,760 tons of rice; 1,987 tons of clothes and footwear; 553 tons of milk powder and baby food."

            Food and supplies are shipped from Israel to Gaza six days a week, 52 weeks a year. In a typical week the IDF coordinates the transfer of "hundreds of trucks containing about 15,000 tons of supplies." For example, "during the week of May 18, 2010 there were more than 100 truckloads of animal food, 65 trucks of fruit and vegetables; 22 truckloads of sugar, some 27 truckloads of meat, poultry and fish; and 40 trucks of dairy products."

            Israel also maintains a corridor for the transfer of medical patients out of Gaza, and about 200 medical staff members go through the crossings every month. In 2009 alone, 10,544 patients and their companions left the Gaza Strip for medical treatment in Israel. Moreover, there were 382 emergency evacuations from Gaza for medical purposes.

            How badly off can Gaza be if they just opened up a luxury mall this past July (2010)? I guess the Gazans are deprived after all, huh?
            http://www.ynet.co.il/english/articles/0,7340,L-3

          • MixMChess

            "I recommend you read some of the numerous Israeli sources—in particular the testimonies of the traumatized young men of the Israeli army who testified that during the "twenty-two days of madness" (an Israeli government spokesman's boastful term for the slaughter of 2008-9) they were killing civilians unopposed. "
            http://www.soldiersspeakout.com/

      • MixMChess

        The Israeli blockade of Gaza is entirely legal. When Israel completely withdrew from Gaza in 2005, there was no blockade. In fact, Israel provided "agricultural facilities," greenhouses and homes in the hope that the Gazans would be productive and peaceful. Of course, the Palestinians promptly destroyed everything that Israel left behind and elected Hamas (which calls for the worldwide extermination of Jews) to power. Once in power, Hamas engaged in acts of WARFARE against Israel – including nearly 10,000 rockets fired at Israeli civilians (mostly children), kindergartens, schools daycares and playgrounds. The intentional firing of rockets at Israeli civilians and children is a WAR CRIME.

        Israel LEGALLY responded to the Hamas acts of WAR and WAR CRIMES by imposing a LEGAL blockade, "the purpose of which was to assure that no rockets, or other material that could be used for making war against Israeli civilians, was permitted into Gaza." Egypt also imposed a LEGAL blockade. It is well settled international law that a state can impose and enforce a blockade (naval or otherwise) to assure it's own security.

        That said, Israel maintained an ongoing humanitarian corridor for the transfer of food, medicine and humanitarian supplies to Gaza, used by internationally recognized organizations including the United Nations and the Red Cross. There was never a humanitarian crisis in Gaza, merely a shortage of certain goods (bomb building materials) that will end if/when the rocket attacks stop.

        • Nick Shaw

          Thanks for backing me up Mix, but I didn't think it worth my time to respond to Moronissey. Some people will only listen to partisan stories instead of the actual facts on the ground. Most cannot be reached with even the most obvious evidence.

  • USMCSniper

    Hey Muchiboy, the Palestinians are proxy terrorists who strap munitions on their own women and children and send them out on homicide-suicide missions to murder other innocent Jewish women and children in markets, restuarants, on school buses, and in their homes. The Palestinians in their own words and by their actions are committed to the genocide of the Jewish people therefore, have foreited their rights to even exist. So, Kill 'em all, put 'em all in piles and burn 'em, and let Allah sort 'em out!”

    • unbeliever1

      That's the reason the wall should be kept in place. The "Apartheid wall"has kept suicidal maniacs at bay.They must walk around with bulging pants,agonising over not being able to consummate with their 72 virgins.

      • MixMChess

        Middle East expert Daniel Pipes estimates that since the erection of the wall, the number of suicide attacks has declined over 95%.

  • joe

    If Egypt is out of the way, nothing will stop Israel from cleaning house, and when they do, I hope its with a nuke directed toward mecca and medina.

  • Jay

    I wonder if Mubarak is planning to retire in Sharm el Sheik where he could be vulnerable to MB attack. Also, as MB gains popular support and legitimacy (and money from Obama to "help democracy") they may infiltrate the army.
    I think if things get hairy he might move to KSA or Jordan.

  • Fred Dawes

    I think that Israel will need many more weapons the world we live in is totally insane.

    But something happened here in old So-Cal yesterday, people stood up against Muslims and told/yelled and called the muslim mass murdering pigs OFF along with the political people off. This is great news that the joe next door would stand up against muslims and PC Political people, we maybe seeing that start of the real people coming out to stand up against evil, I LOVE IT!

  • muchiboy

    "The Zionist's have acted heartlessly and unconscionably towards the Palestinian people"

    "The Muslims have acted heartlessly and unconscionably toward the Palestinian people"

    You have a way with words,ziontruth.I like your style.It's strangely familiar.Monkey see,monkey do.muchiboy

    • ziontruth

      I've decided to jump on the populist bandwagon (very fashionable nowadays, what with Egypt and all) and attune myself to the level of the populace. Ook ook ook!

    • Fred Dawes

      No the palestinians want the good life and many have moved back to Israel and many have the understanding that you get nothing if you murder God's people.
      any one who loves Good are the people of God.
      Run away from evil doers like muslims, become one of Gods people do not follow the Gods of the east.

  • http://apollospaeks.townhall.com ApolloSpeaks

    NASSERISM, THE EGYPTIAN PEOPLE AND THE DOWNFALL OF MUBARAK -excerpt

    “BILL O’REILLY ON MUBARAK THE BAD

    Friday night my jaw dropped as I heard a self-righteous, nonsensical Bill O’Reilly sounding off about Mubarak being a “bad guy” and deserving his fate. He was sounding off about his corrupt, oppressive and brutal regime and his billions socked away in Switzerland and elsewhere. WHAT A CLUELESS PINHEAD! O’Reilly is oblivious to the fact that his notion of a “bad guy” isn’t shared by most Egyptians, nor for that matter are his Western democratic values. Indeed, by O’Reilly”s standard Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt’s despot for 14 years, was a “bad guy,” a very “bad guy,” as much a corrupt, oppressive and brutal tyrant as Mubarak who, like Mubarak, filled Egypt’s jails with tortured political prisoners. Yet Nasser, unlike Mubarak, was immensely popular with his people, as well as with the Arab street. In fact, most Egyptians and Arabs wept when Nasser died and millions turned out for his funeral. But these same Egyptians were bitter with Mubarak for thirty years and wanted him gone or dead. Why? Because unlike the corrupt, brutal, oppressive Nasser the non-ideological Mubarak failed to make them proud: proud to be Arab; proud to be Egyptian; proud to be Moslem; proud to have the truth. Oppression, brutality and corruption in a ruler are okay with Egyptians so long as he does them honor and makes them proud.”

    Click my name to read the rest of this piece.

  • BLJ

    I think it might be time for Israel to take off the gloves and use a couple of their nukes. Send these lowlifes to hell in a handbasket. The world can always use more parking lots.

    • Morrissey

      In just a day or so of visiting here, it is more than clear that this site is drowning in extremist, wacky, depraved and clueless people. But your post ranks as the dumbest, most intellectually and morally defunct of all the messages on this forum.

      Well done, my friend. I'm sure that praise for thinking or writing is not something you receive much of. So you will be pleased to know that you have been awarded the Glenn Beck Post of the Day award.

  • http://mypage.direct.ca/l/lbouchar/ SeaMystic

    Islam the religion of Peace?

    Tabari 1X : 69
    "He who believes in Allah and his Messenger has protected his life and possessions from us. As for one who disbelieves, we will fight him forever in the cause of Allah. Killing him is small matter to us".

    Check the "Ban Islam" petition at: http://www.petitiononline.com/MYSTIC/petition.htm