Osama bin Laden

What has happened to Osama bin Laden?

It looks fairly improbable that Osama bin Laden was actually killed in Abbottabad. Maybe he is still alive.

The more I think about the official story about bin Laden’s death, the less convincing it appears to me. I do not know anything special about what happened in Abbottabad on the 2nd September 2012; however, I am absolutely sure that the USA would by no means have simply killed Osama in those circumstances.

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Michael Adebolajo

The Woolwich Execution, one more victory of Islam

The Woolwich Michaels managed to show their deed in the best possible light, turning it into a huge public relations success of radical Islam.

The recentkilling of a British soldier in Woolwich, London, was presented by the media of the UK and many other countries as a brutal inhuman act, horrible crime, etc. Various commentators have tried to interpret it as a common example of the viciousness of radical islamists.

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Muhammad Ata

September 11, 2001, became Islam’s great victory against the whole West

The September 11 attacks resulted in consolidation of radical Islam, advance of Al-Quaeda and similar Muslim organisations. 9/11 made the West live in constant fear of Islam, turned Western countries into police states.

On September 11, 2001, nineteen young members of a radical Muslim organisation Al-Qaeda under command of Muhammad Ata as-Sayyid hijacked four American airliners.

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George W. Bush

The West continued Mohammad Ata’s mission making September 11 triumph of jihad

After 9/11 attack, the West under Bush’s command achieved all its objectives: inflated its importance, frightened Westerners, convinced radical Muslims that they are powerful, advertised Al-Qaeda, compromised democracy.

On 1st September, 2004, about thirty Muslim extremists took more than 1200 children and adults hostage in a school in the Russian town of Beslan in North Ossetia. Two days later, more than three hundred people, the majority of whom were children, were killed during a gunfight between the terrorists and Russian security forces.

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Letter to Tony Blair concerning the London tube explosions

Doesn’t Tony Blair feel guilty over the deaths in connection with the London explosions on 7th July 2005? What would he recommend to his compatriots if not Iraq, but Britain itself were occupied?

Since the beginning of the aggression against Iraq in 2003, the members of the so-called ‘coalition’ had been continuously scared that Iraqis or their Muslim allies could use force against the countries that sent their troops to support Iraq’s occupation. Since Muslims succeeded in persuading Spain to withdraw its occupational troops from Iraq by blowing up several trains in Madrid, it was absolutely obvious that it was Britain’s turn then.

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Terrorism – which are worse: terrorists or those fighting with World terrorism?

The rhetoric of the ‘War on terrorism’ is beneficial to terrorism because the contemporary ‘terrorists’ do not seem less moral than those who are ‘waging war’ against them.

Terrorism was eventually vilified as late as at the end of the XX century, when it became common practice to also refer to the criminals that take hostage groups of people and demand huge pecuniary ransom.

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Every nation in every region now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists.

George W. Bush,
20th September, 2001 / subject – en

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