discarded lies: friday, march 24, 2017 12:16 pm zst
Blessed are the Bewildered
daily archive: 07/13/2006
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For Fay, cba, RC neo-Jew, annie, smit, Trillian and Dave Ray
There's no place like home...
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sine in The People's Diner:
Pizza, Pizza
I've been thinking of everybody at bloggie today. I know you are all glued to the news from Israel just as I am. I figured you would all be too busy to cook, so I am sending over some pizzas. I hope ev and TS haven't drunk all the beer.
Love,
Sine

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Bone-eating snot flowers and other exotic animals
The monster detectives: on the trail of the ninki-nanka
As you read this, a small group of intrepid, pink-nosed Brits are creeping through the Gambian jungle, dodging crocodiles and cobras, in the hope of spotting the legendary "ninki-nanka".
You know, I had a feeling they'd be Brits...

After you read about the ninki-nanka, the orang-pendek, the naga, and the Mongolian death worm, you'll surely want to read all about the zombie worms, also known as bone-eating snot flowers. I bet it won't be too long before some chef makes a fancy dish out of them.
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
It ain't no thang but a chicken wing
From the Department of Huh?, Israelis calling themselves the Gilad Shalhevet Brigades claim to have kidnapped two Palestinians from Jerusalem, tit for tat. Nice gesture, but don't be naive-the Palestinians care even less about their civilians than they do about yours.

Good: The chief of the IDF's Northern Command says the IDF has hit "hundreds of targets" in Lebanon since yesterday. That sounds rather more impressive than "we bombed the airport runway". I hope a good chunk of Hezbollah's Iranian-supplied arsenal has been destroyed. Does anyone else get the uneasy feeling that Iran told Hezbollah to get busy distracting Israel because they're about ready with their nuclear weapon and they don't want the Israelis to bomb them first? In fact, could it be that both the North Koreans and Hezbollah have recently flared up specifically as a favor to their Iranian friends? What are those deranged lunatics cooking up for 8/22?

Geostrategery-Direct says Ahmadinejad's Aug 22nd date has apocalyptic implications:
The U.S. intelligence community has not been surprised by Iran's refusal to respond to a Western incentive package to suspend its uranium enrichment. Intelligence sources said Iran, following North Korea's model, intends to delay any response or negotiations for as long as possible.

The European Union and the United States demanded that Iran reply to the Western incentive package of nuclear technology, fuel and aircraft by June 29. But Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said Teheran would submit an answer by Aug. 22.

The U.S. intelligence community has been trying to figure out why Ahmadinejad chose that date. Sources said the community was stumped until some Islam experts translated the Gregorian date to that of the Muslim calendar.

Then came the surprise that has the intelligence community worried.

Aug. 22 corresponds to Rajab 27 on the Muslim calendar. The date is called Lailat Al Israa, when Mohammed ascended t o heaven from the Al Aqsa mosque to receive the five daily prayers. Later, Al Aqsa came to represent Jerusalem.

The Muslim commemoration is meant to be a night of struggle, accompanied by thunder and lightening, resembling the story of Moses ascending Mount Sinai to receive the Old Testament.

Ahmadinejad could be hinting to the West that he is preparing a major attack on Israel. Or, the Iranian president could be warning that unless the West caves in, he would escalate tension in the region. The lightening in Mohammed's story could represent Iranian missiles.

What is clear is that Ahmadinejad does not see himself as an Iranian leader, but a Muslim prophet, using imagery to portray himself as a messiah for both Sunni and Shi'ite Muslims.
Finally, a short and sweet one from JINSA: Sweet and short at JINSA: Chickens Have “Wings”; Governments Have Partners in Crime
Now Hezbollah has crossed the international border between Israel and Lebanon - demarcated by the UN - fired Katyushas on civilians, killed seven soldiers and kidnapped two others. Was it Hezbollah’s “terrorist wing” operating in southern Lebanon, managing the missiles sent and operated by the Iranian Republican Guard? Or was it Hezbollah’s “political wing” with a minister in the government in Beirut?

Who cares? Chickens have wings; governments have partners in crime.

Prime Minister Olmert called it an act of war, an unprovoked assault by one sovereign nation against another. Let’s not entertain rubbish about poor Beirut not controlling the southern part of Lebanon. They don’t control it because they chose not to dismantle Hezbollah in the face of Iranian, Palestinian and Syrian opposition and they thought they had plausible deniability for the havoc Hezbollah would wreak in Israel.

France, Great Britain, Japan, Germany and the EU indeed balanced their denunciation of Hezbollah with calls for Israeli restraint (the EU warned Israel to respect the international border). Our own government was better, holding “Syria and Iran, which have provided long-standing support for Hezbollah, responsible for today’s violence … Hezbollah’s terrorist operations … are an affront to the sovereignty of the Lebanese Government.” Almost right, but Hezbollah’s very existence is an affront.
I'd like to know who wrote that.
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3 JI killers for the firing squad
They won't be missed. Of course, they are by no means certain to be executed; the Indonesian judicial system's treatment of Abu Bakar Bashir leaves much to be desired.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): Indonesia is preparing to execute three men convicted in the 2002 Bali bombings that killed 202 people, as their lawyers plan to lodge appeals next month.

Imam Samudra, Amrozi and Ali Gufron have been on death row for more than two years since being convicted of playing key roles in Indonesia's worst terrorist attack.

"The execution plan is in process, but the timeframe is a secret according to the law," I Wayan Pasek Suartha, spokesman at Indonesia's attorney general's office , said in a phone interviewWednesday.

The men were moved to Nusakambangan in central Java from Bali late last year after a second attack in October 2005 sparked anger in the resort island. The second attack killed 20 people and the three suicide bombers.

"It has been permitted that the execution will take place in Nusakambangan," Suartha said.

Execution is usually carried out by firing squad. Under Indonesian law, death row convicts are executed in the place where they have been sentenced.

Wirawan Adnan, a lawyer representing the convicted men, said they plan to lodge a judicial review to the Supreme Court early next month. The appeals may delay the execution.

"We will stick to the execution plan of the three convicts if they failed to lodge the appeal," Suartha said.

Authorities have blamed the al-Qaeda-linked group Jemaah Islamiyah for a series of attacks in Indonesia, Southeast Asia's largest economy.
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Right on cue!
CAIR, ISNA, MPAC, the MSA and friends decry Israel's "war crimes" in Gaza. I wanted to read their condemnations of the thousands of Kassam rockets launched into Israel ever since it left Gaza, and their condemnations of the unprovoked murders and kidnappings of Israeli soldiers by their fellow Muslims, but for some strange reason I couldn't locate them anywhere on their websites. Must have been some sort of oversight.
WASHINGTON, D.C., CAIR - The American Muslim Taskforce on Civil Rights and Elections (AMT), a national coalition of 11 major American Muslim organizations, today said Israel's continued targeting of the Palestinian civilian infrastructure is a "war crime" that should be condemned by the Bush administration.

In its statement, the coalition said:

"The Israeli army has been waging a full-fledged war against the Palestinian population, killing scores of civilian men, women and children. These crimes followed an unprecedented act of kidnapping dozens of democratically-elected Palestinian officials and cabinet ministers, including the deputy prime minister. Such acts are nothing short of state-terror.

"The American Muslim Task Force calls on the Bush administration to strongly condemn these war crimes and demand that Israel stop using American taxpayer-funded weapons to carry out attacks that will only serve to intensify the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and the West Bank.

"Israeli aggression against a defenseless civilian population is also a violation of the US Arms Export Control Act, which mandates that American weapons can only be used for defensive purposes and not for violations of human rights. The State Department has documented human rights violations by the Israeli military against Palestinian civilians in its annual report.

"We also believe that any attempt to solve the Palestinian/Israeli conflict must be based on the full implementation of all relevant UN resolutions, particularly 194, 242, and 338, return of Syrian, Lebanese and Palestinian lands currently occupied by Israel, and the establishment of a viable, independent and sovereign state of Palestine.

"The international community must not allow the Israeli government to use this crisis to remove the democratically-elected Palestinian government and thus strike a devastating blow to the nascent democratic process in the region."

AMT members and affiliates endorsing this statement include: American Muslim Alliance (AMA), Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA), Muslim American Society (MAS), Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), Muslim Student Association-National (MSA-N), Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA), Project Islamic Hope (PIH), and United Muslims of America (UMA).
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