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Ayman al-Zawahri Calls For Striking Jews, Crusaders and Supporters

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posted on Sep, 11 2006 @ 10:30 PM
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In a typical inflammatory video, al-Zawahri calls for strikes against all Western interests and the protection of what he terms as "Muslim Petroleum." Speaking out in encouragement for attacks against Israel and all supporters of the West, He even specifically excluded the Shi'ites from his cadre, considering them heretics.
 



www.nytimes.com
DUBAI (Reuters) - Al Qaeda used the fifth anniversary of September 11 to urge Muslims to hit Western interests and said U.S. allies Gulf Arab states and Israel would be the next targets in a campaign to seal the West's economic doom.
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``The strongest way to aid our Muslim brothers ... is to strike the interests of Jews and Crusaders and those who cooperate with them,'' deputy al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri said in a video posted on a Web site used by Islamist militants.
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Zawahri called for fighting United Nations forces in Lebanon, condemning them as ``enemies of Islam'' in the first direct threat against the peacekeepers deployed to oversee a ceasefire that ended Israel's war with Hizbollah guerrillas.


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Giving a clear signal by calling for attacks against the Peacekeepers in Lebanon, al-Zawahri continues to incite and actively recruit for more extremists to take up the call to arms against any and all things Western.

His specific reference to "Muslim Petroleum" is another attempt to use talking points obviously garnered by watching news reports from the hated Western nations. Using the terminology of the anti-war assemblage is manifestly intended to further agitate and energize those that uphold the "War for Oil" conspiracy.

The only thing lacking in this video to make it completely fit in the upcoming campaign, is a reference to Haliburton.

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[edit on 9/11/2006 by semperfortis]



df1

posted on Sep, 12 2006 @ 10:18 AM
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His specific reference to "Muslim Petroleum" is another attempt to use talking points obviously garnered by watching news reports from the hated Western nations. Using the terminology of the anti-war assemblage is manifestly intended to further agitate and energize those that uphold the "War for Oil" conspiracy.

Al-Zawahri doesnt need to watch western news sources or borrow liberal talking points to know that western nations are stealing the oil at the end of gun barrels, he has witnessed it first hand. The saudi monarchy exists only because it has conspired to supply the west with oil in return for US military protection of the monarchy. Iraq has been invaded and is being occupied by western forces because they have oil. Iran is being threatened militarily because they have oil. Venezuela is being intimidated for no reason other than the fact that chavez will not allow western corportations to exploit his country's oil resources.

Iran, iraq and venezuela want and need to sell their oil to the west, however they are unwilling to let western corporations steal the bulk of the oil profits. It is a travesty that US soldiers and innocent civilians are dying needlessly in a conspiracy to defend corporate profits. I bet you would be inciting, energizing and actively recruiting freedom fighters if foreign troops were occupying new jersey and slaughtering its citizens.




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posted on Sep, 12 2006 @ 11:03 PM
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yes yes yes

We have all heard that conspiracy over and over and over again.

It only gets drowned out when oil gets scarce and people are crying for action from the government to step in and regulate the free economy. And it is usually the ones crying the loudest about some mystical conspiracy revolving around Middle Eastern oil, that cry's the most.

Yep, we are stealing their oil. Funny how that has made some of them the richest people on the planet. Also funny how it has made the GDP of their countries some of the largest as well. hmmmmmm


Semper



posted on Sep, 12 2006 @ 11:45 PM
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Well, its has made very select few wealthy. It is no ones fault other than there own because of their culture and religion that has caused so much of this potnetial wealth and capital to be wasted. The middle east countries could have been first world top tier engineers, bankers, and doctors but because of their medevil thinking, their inability to accept women as equals and a true resource (imagine doubling your workforce talent pool and consumer class) instead it is one of the most backwards and miserable places on earth. The west had to secure the oil (whether other technologies and sources of energy could be more feasible and beneficial is another thread) otherwise these backwards people would have never been able to develop the extraction, refining processes necessary near anything to the current efficieny.

Also I love seeing Al-Zawahri segregating other sects ofIslam, only thing that will do is cause them to hold resentment against his followers and potentially bring about a civil war of muslim against muslim. Similar to Ireland and England for these centuries only this time I predict it to involve a lot more civilian casualties and agregious acts.

So let him speak if their were sleeper cells in america or elsewere they would carry out their attacks once the preperations have been made not when this bafoon decides to say the majic word.


df1

posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 12:44 AM
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Originally posted by semperfortis
It only gets drowned out when oil gets scarce and people are crying for action from the government to step in and regulate the free economy.

Hogwash, the US does not have a free economy. It has socialist system for the corporations where the american tax dollars are redistributed to the extremely wealthy and the rest of us are free to fend for ourselves.



Yep, we are stealing their oil. Funny how that has made some of them the richest people on the planet.

The US government has made some potentates rich beyond belief by arming their undemocratic governments with the weapons needed to insure the monarch remains in power rather than being overthrown. It is a lot easier to ripoff the citizens when the corporations have an inside man backed by US military might.

Perhaps you should consider a name change to "semper_inconditus", always confused.



posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 01:09 AM
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Regardless of the personal attack on my chosen screen name, which I choose to rise above and not respond too, other than ask that you stop.

We are obviously so dissimilar in our world view and possibly culture, that I see no possibility of discourse.

Your views are apparently the result of emotional reactions to some deep seated hatred over something. As such your conceptualization is far too foreign for my comprehension.

Semper



posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 01:13 AM
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DC,

Your post was very well put and gives much to consider.

I have often postulated that due to the cultural differences we face, inevitably we are doomed to fail in any negotiations.

Their's is a policy of only accepting capitulation and this is historically embedded in their culture.

Yet still we struggle. Perhaps the honor is in the struggle, not always in the outcome?

Semper

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df1

posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 01:31 AM
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Originally posted by semperfortis
We are obviously so dissimilar in our world view and possibly culture, that I see no possibility of discourse.

At times it is necessary to respond to your rhetoric because some naive readers might believe you know what your talking about. Any hope for america will come from its people, not from its government which is owned by the corporate conspiracy.

As for my vile personal attack against you. Get a sense of humor...



posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 02:31 AM
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Df1 you want to talk about corporate conspiracies view my topic on Koch Industries the second largest private company in america and perhaps the most nefarious. Even one of the hiers, son of the founder spoke out against them.

koch industries is one of the most vile organizations in the world, this isnt even libel

I mean yea wealth breeds greed, and greed breeds power. But as long as their is competition and those of us who are left to fend for ourselves have the potential to make something, no one except a martial law president can take away the greatness of this country.

I do agree that the government has too much pork spending and waste, which really angers me to no end, but dont blame it on the corporations, rather blame it on me and you for letting it happen but not doing anything feasible about it. It is our fault for letting any attocities by our government happen it is our own fault for tax breaks on wealthy to go forward. We want change we need to work hard for it, just like if we want to become wealthy we need to work hardfor it.

Complaining will get us to were we are today in change happening which is nonexistent, still a two party country.

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posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 04:17 AM
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Semperfortis

Good post.
You have to wonder about a man who says the best way to help his muslim brothers is to bring more retaliatory attacks upon their heads for their terrorist attacks.

The al Qaeda of the 90's and early 00's are on their way out - the west has pretty well smashed their organization and financing conduits. They are pretty much considered "punks" in the mideast when compared to Hezbollah.

I have a personal nickname for Zawahiri - I call him "Ash Wednesday". Catholics would understand.






posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 06:11 AM
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AWWWWW
Now see I don't get it..

I'm not catholic darn it

Semper



posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 04:44 PM
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OK, Semper, just for you..



At Masses and Services of worship on this day, worshippers are blessed with ashes by the celebrating priest or minister. The priest or minister marks the forehead of each participant with black ashes, in the shape of a cross, which the worshipper traditionally retains until washing it off after sundown.

Ashes



posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 05:46 PM
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Originally posted by semperfortis
Using the terminology of the anti-war assemblage is manifestly intended to further agitate and energize those that uphold the "War for Oil" conspiracy.


Is this a subliminal message that those who don't believe in the Iraq War are on the side of terrorists? Silly semper, don't be fooled, oil is actually an important natural resource. It's used in a broad range of modern machinery that helps to keep the world running. From a strategic viewpoint, yes, oil is important. It's important to bring it to the world markets, and to simply steal it would be not be a wise move on the part of the US.

Why don't you draw comparisons between al-Zawahri and those who are pro-war? I'll do it for you, both advocate violence. Violence premised on a pessimistic attitude that peace will never work and is not even desirable, since it is not manly or honorable. They are fooled into believing war will bring peace and that peace is a state of domination and destruction.

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posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 10:30 PM
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Is this a subliminal message that those who don't believe in the Iraq War are on the side of terrorists?


Of course not. It is simply a message that unlike some on here, I do not subscribe to the belief that there are conspiracies everywhere. Remember, even Freud said, "Sometimes a cigar, is just a cigar."


Silly semper, don't be fooled,


Not for many years my friend..



those who are pro-war? I'll do it for you, both advocate violence. Violence premised on a pessimistic attitude that peace will never work and is not even desirable, since it is not manly or honorable.


AH... again My Friend, I must draw on my life and experience. The Japanese say that, "A true Warrior will fight for life, yet at times wish for death."

Perhaps the greatest peacemakers in history have all been Military men. Knowing that one must fight, does not mean a desire to fight. Only a willingness; there is a vast difference.

"All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing."
"The tree of liberty needs to be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots."

I pride myself on being a warrior, in every sense of the word. I have known combat overseas and combat on the streets of America. I have had few years of peace in my life and I fear there is more struggle in store for me in the future.
I did not choose to live a life of struggle and violence. I chose to make a difference; to stand when others will not; To raise my hand and say, "I stand in your way."

I am a man of violence; I have been ever since I joined the Marines after college. I make no apologies or excuses for this, it is simply who and what I am. I use the specific talents that God has given to me, in the best and only way I know how. Yet I have always followed the light, always wished for peace in my life, knowing that there can not be as long as evil persists. For as long as evil does live, men like me must take action, or innocent people will suffer.

So I am one that advocates violence. Violence is what created this country, violence is what keeps you free. Yes, yearn for peace, but understand that men like me are necessary.

Semper



posted on Sep, 13 2006 @ 10:31 PM
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Thank you jsobecky...

I got it now....

I think....


Semper



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