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Day By Day© by Chris Muir.


Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Warning: Graphic Images Ahead

(h/t LGF)

This is what happens when an 8 year old steals bread in Iran (edit: this is actually debateable as the commenters in the link are, nonetheless I still find it disturbing).

Don't worry, the Guardian says we have nothing to fear from a caliphate.
"But what about the issue of sharia? Opposing it is apparently also one of the western world's raisons d'etre, according to Clarke. Terms such as "sharia" and "caliphate" have important meanings to Muslims quite different from the distorted connotations they often carry in the west. The aim of Islamic law, contrary to popular belief, is not punishment by death or amputation of body parts. It is to create a peaceful and just society, with Islamic scholars over centuries citing its core aims: the freedom to practise religion; protection of life; safeguarding intellect; maintaining lineage and individual rights. This could be the basis for an Islamic bill of rights."
Really?! Funny that Democracy didn't flourish when the Taliban enacted Sharia.

(If your not familiar with Sharia [Islamic law] read this)

"The vision of any kind of new caliphate, shared by Muslims worldwide, is a distant one."
Yet still the plan for Islamofascists like Zawahiri:
The first stage: Expel the Americans from Iraq.

The second stage: Establish an Islamic authority or amirate, then develop it and support it until it achieves the level of a caliphate- over as much territory as you can to spread its power in Iraq, i.e., in Sunni areas, is in order to fill the void stemming from the departure of the Americans, immediately upon their exit and before un-Islamic forces attempt to fill this void, whether those whom the Americans will leave behind them, or those among the un-Islamic forces who will try to jump at taking power.

There is no doubt that this amirate will enter into a fierce struggle with the foreign infidel forces, and those supporting them among the local forces, to put it in a state of constant preoccupation with defending itself, to make it impossible for it to establish a stable state which could proclaim a caliphate, and to keep the Jihadist groups in a constant state of war, until these forces find a chance to annihilate them.

The third stage: Extend the jihad wave to the secular countries neighboring Iraq.

The fourth stage: It may coincide with what came before: the clash with Israel, because Israel was established only to challenge any new Islamic entity.