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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Monday, May 23, 2005

The Koran Flushing Caper

CAPER: (n) A crime; A ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement; Gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement.

Very interesting. (hat tip to M.A.W.B. Squad) I am in a state of shock, shock I say, with the thought that our enemies could be lying to us.

Al Qaeda Training Manual

"Since NEWSWEaK and other media outlets do not seem to be interested in what Al Qaeda members are trained to do especially with regards to rumors and treatment in prison, I would like to point them to the Al Qaeda Training Manual siezed in Machester England. Any COMPLETE report would that discusses allegations made by Al Qaeda members held prisoner would include this information BEFORE the allegations to put those charges in the context, since this is part of the most basic Al Qaeda training.

First, on page 13 in the FIRST LESSON, the manual lists “Missions Required of the Military Organization” ("the Military Organization” is how Al Qaeda refers to itself in the manual). On this top eight list, sitting at number five, we have:

5. Spreading rumors and writing statements that instigate people against the enemy.

So Al Qaeda understands the basic purpose of their organization, along with blowing up things, is spreading rumors. NEWSWEaK should also understand that this is pretty much Isikoff’s agenda as well.

Now, what things are Al Qaeda members are suppose to do when captured? Again, I refer you to the Training Manual, Lesson Eighteen, “Prison and Detention Centers,” Page 176.

1. At the beginning of the trial, once more the brothers must insist on proving that torture was inflicted on them by State Security [investigators] before the judge.
2. Complain [to the court] of mistreatment while in prison.

So, before they are even captured, Al Qaeda members are taught to make public accusations of torture.

This is not only part of their training, but IT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING they are taught to do while in prison. While in prison, “spreading rumors” is the only one of their eight missions that they can fulfill. Without independent corroboration, such charges are less than groundless. You might say that they were a planned part of a conspiracy."


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