Here is an article I found by Israeli journalist (in Jaffa) Israel Shamir. He questions the very being of "Islamic terrorism" as defined by the Bush
administration since 9-11. He questions the truth of there actually being a world-wide terror network and argues that it's more a group of disperate
movements across the globe from Sri Lanka (Tamil Tigers) to the IRA. I agree with his assumption.
Consider 9-11, not a shred of evidence has been produced to the people of the United States or the world to prove anyone's actual involvement. It was
proven soon after 9-11, that half of the supposed hi-jackers were actually quite alive and well. Identity theft, no doubt. Someone in the shadows set
them up and used their identities.
Too many unanswered questions and loose ends to buy anything BUSHCO says.
In Kuala Lumpur, a futuristic and lush tropical city of hospitable Malays, the Foreign Ministers of the
Islamic States convened the 'Conference on Terror' Israel Shamir attended it as an observer. The following is:
What Islamic Terror?
(a Talk I Never Gave at the Conference)
or 'UFOs and Terror'
“My wife has been raped by a Martian”. It was a favourite and frequent headline in 1950s, when the power was not concentrated to the present extent,
and journalists had to do with UFO stories. With years, veracity of the opinion-makers decreased, but their malice grew considerably. Millions of
newspaper copies, billions of TV frames and zillions of words postulate Islamic Terror as the latest scourge of mankind.
It is not strange, Your Excellencies, that your defensive reflexes took precedence over your common sense, and you try and justify, renounce or
explain Islamic Terror – by the persecution of Palestinians in the Apartheid State of Israel, or by the US siege of Iraq and colonisation of Saudi
Arabia. You gave some pretty good reasons, but, as a PR professional, I’ll tell you: one can find good reasons for anything.
In the fervour of explanations, you forgot to ask yourselves the first question of a scientist: does it exist? Is there such a phenomenon, Islamic
Terror? Yes, there is a lot of spin, and the media takes it for granted. But a say-so would not suffice as a proof of existence. In 18th century, good
people of Salem in New England carried out a crusade against witches. Whoever would doubt the very fact of the female alliance with Devil, would
surely be marginalised or presented as a Satan’s stooge. For centuries, there was a spin about Jews who consume Christian children’s blood for
Passover. Hundreds of books and articles were published on the subject; England still has a child saint supposedly martyred by bloodthirsty Jews.
But now we disregard this silly spin. It is a right time to do the same with the latest Witch Hunt, the newest Blood Libel, so-called Islamic