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Sunday, October 6, 2013

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Zulq'idah 29,1434/October 6, 2013
Countrywide protests in Pakistan after suicides by poverty stricken people. Please scroll down.
Attack on Church in Pakistan Condemned by all Islamic Groups.

Jamaate Islami and all Islamic groups in Pakistan have condemned the attack on a church in Peshawar which caused heavy casualties. . Pak Taliban have categorically condemned the attack..
New Trend's observers say that this, and a bomb attack on a market, were attempts to stop peace talks with the Pak Taliban.
New Trend suspects that Pakistani-US-Israeli intelligence services are behind these attacks.
Jamaate Islami's charity al-Khidmat was the first to help the victims' families.
There were rallies by Christians across Pakistan to protest the attack . They in turn attacked a mosque and several Muslim homes but fortunately there was no retaliation.
The military and police are the only groups silent on the tragic attack. [Previous peace talks were thwarted when a US drone attack killed one of the top leaders of the Pak Taliban, Wali ur Rahman.]
Breaking News: Al-Shabab force US Navy Seals to retreat.
On October 5, America's Seal Team Six raided the Somali coastal town of Barawe, 130 miles south of Mogadishu in an attempt to capture Ahmed Godane, a top al-Shabab leader. The attack by America's best was beaten back by the mujahideen. Even CNN admitted that the Seals were "forced to retreat." A US military source told BBC that the force withdrew because of "fierce resistance."
Seal Team Six was the unit which killed the leader of global Islamic resistance Shaykh Osama. This is also the anniversary of Black Hawk Down.
Breaking News 2: Syria: Nuns rebut Assad's Propaganda about Christians.
BBC reported on September 18 that Mujahideen who came into the Christian town of Maaloula did not hurt any Christians or damage any churches as assad's propaganda machine had claimed. Nuns at the local monastery said that the Islamic fighters were looking for Assad's men and did not harm Christians or churches. The monastery was photographed and remains untouched.  [Maaloula remains in Islamic control.]
Attacks by Assad's air force and tanks continued across Syria but failed to gain any ground. Fighters from Iraq have captured an Assad stronghold near Turkey. [See video on youtube. Scroll down for link. Quite stunning.]

Palestinians are joining the Syrian mujahideen. Most surprisingly, these are young people whose families are living in occupied Palestine ["Israel"]. The  story came out [October 1, BBC] after one of the young men named Muayyed Ighbariya from Mushiata [in "Israel" was martyred fighting for al-Nusra near Damascus. Israel has sentenced one Palestinian youth to 30 months after he went to Syria and came back.
Palestinians are mostly nationalists but their children are becoming Islamic "extremists.'

Shoora Coming up on October 26, Inshallah: Planning Committee for Islam in America.

The National Islamic Shoora of Jamaat al-Muslimeen will be held in Baltimore, Maryland on October 26, inshallah.
The second tier of Jamaat's leadership is coming up.
For readers who don't know the Arabic word SHOORA, it means mutual consultation and decision making through consensus and consent. This is a planning committee which discusses issues facing the Muslims of America and suggests solutions to problems. It empathises with America's 9 million Muslims who are either too scared or too leaderless to express what they feel in Islamic terminology.
Jamaat al-Muslimeen is the only Islamic group in America at the national level which opposes the occupation of Muslim lands by America, NATO and India. It condemns the creation of a Jewish state on Muslim land and mobilizes public opinion against Israel.
The planning is strictly by peaceful means and within the law of the land.

Host: Nadrat Siddique

Dr. Abdulalim Shabazz [Louisiana]
Br. Robert Solano [Texas]
Br. Salahuddin [Colorado]
Sis. Ashira Naim [Maryland]
Br. Ali Randall [Virginia]
Sis. Ayesha [Virginia]
Br. Abu Talib [Brooklyn, New York]
Dr. Kaukab Siddique [Pennsylvania]

Outreach by Jamaat al-Muslimeen
Important Issue Oriented Articles Distributed After Juma: October 4.

After Juma salat in Newark, Delaware, the following articles were given to 50 Muslims, mostly Arabs, Bangladeshis, Pakistanis and African Americans:
1. Feeding the Hungry program in Ethiopia [Sis. Ashira]
2. Marriage with non-Muslims prohibited: [Qur'an 2:221] [Khutba by Kaukab Siddique]
3.Global  Peaceful Islamic Movements coordinated by Syed Munawar Hasan in Lahore. [Anwar Niazi]
4. Serious setback for the US & Iran: ALL fighting groups in Syria unite on Sharia . {News reports.]
5. Analysis of al-Shabab's attack on Israeli-owned mall in Nairobi, [New Trend media monitor.]
6. Abusive story of Tunisian women going to Syria rebutted. [Salik]
Our America: From New Trend's Media Monitor

Charlie Rose: Zionist Jew's Love Affair with three Terrorists the White House Protects.

It's not really a surprise. Salman Rushdie is the best friend of Charlie Rose. When Rose [short for Rosenberg?] [how they hide their names!], had to take a holiday from his TV program, Rushdie ran the show in his absence.

Now look at Charlie Rose in action. He has interviewed three people whom he loves. He asked them high school level questions and let them get away with blatant lies and fabrications:

1. Bashar Assad, the baby faced, lisping, mass murderer who rules Syria.
2. Foreign Minister Fahmy of Egypt whose military has slaughtered thousands of unarmed protestors crying for democracy.
3. Benjamin Netanyahoo, the terrorist leader of the illegitimate entity known as Israel.

Of these three, the interview with Netanyahoo was the most ridiculous. The Jewish terrorist told the Jewish TV host that his people were in Palestine 2000 years before the Palestinians. Imagine a WHITE man claiming that his ancestors were in Palestine! Rose simply looked at Yahoo like a puppy dog looking at his master.

America, how low will the Zionist Jews take you down! Rose is a prime example of the takeover of corporate media by these "Israel firsters." Rose was promoted from his minor TV show to run CBS.

I rest my case.
Our America:
Christianity on the Retreat: Mega Church Leader Endorses Homosexuality
[Excerpt from Huffington Post. October 2.]

'Joel Osteen is a phenomenon. A mega-church pastor, televangelist, senior minister of Lakewood Church, and social media monster, the Rev. Osteen now has a new book called Break Out: 5 Keys to Go Beyond Your Barriers and Live an Extraordinary Life. The spiritual star dropped by HuffPost Live to talk with host Josh Zepps about growing up poor, spirituality, what to pray for, the Pope, and, of course, the gays.

Zepps read a piece that he liked from Osteen's new book: "It doesn't matter who likes you or doesn't like you, all that matters is that God likes you. He accepts you, he approves of you." Zepps followed up by asking if that included homosexuals.

"Absolutely," Osteen insisted, "I believe that God breathed life into every person and that every person is made in the image of God and you have accept them as they are, on their journey. I'm not here to preach hate or push people down." '
China: Emerging Imperialism linked to USA
Ethnic Uighurs Abdul Razak and Ahmad Muhamman fled China and ended up in Pakistan where they were handed over to American forces.
Role of Pakistani tribal leaders.

.Two former Guantanamo detainees – both ethnic Uighurs from China – have fled El Salvador 17 months after they were released to the Central American country. That they managed to disappear without passports could fuel speculation the United States has lost control of former detainees, Associated Press reported.

"We are aware that the two Uighurs who were resettled in El Salvador departed the country," the State Department's Ian Moss told AP. "However, we will not comment on the specifics of their decision to resettle elsewhere, or their current whereabouts."

The US had kept Abdul Razak, Ahmad Muhamman and 20 other Uighurs at Guantanamo Bay. The Uighurs fled China, eventually settling in Afghanistan. When the US invaded in 2001, they travelled to Pakistan where tribal leaders turned them in to American troops.
They arrived in Guantanamo in 2002, and the US began releasing them in 2006, but had trouble finding receptive countries to take them. Uighurs interviewed by McClatchy Newspapers suggested Razak and Muhamman fled to Turkey.
While they originated in China, many Uighurs refuse to carry Chinese passports. Uighurs have long campaigned for greater autonomy from China, and any returning there would be subject to harsh punishment, the secretary general of the World Uyghur Congress said. "At a minimum, they would face life imprisonment there, or the death penalty," Nuri Musabay told McClatchy.
Muhamman is considered one of the few Uighurs from Guantanamo who posed a threat. He admitted to being a weapons trainer in Afghanistan, McClatchy said.
Canada: One of many in Canada's prisons
Justice for Canadian M. Momin Khawaja, Prisoner of Conscience.
This is too much suffering: Canada, let my people go

Mohammad Momin Khawaja, 23 years, a Canadian citizen, fresh graduate in Computer Science, and well known for his moral and intellectual volunteer work in the community, without any criminal background was arrested on March 29, 2004, on suspicion of "terrorism" in Canada. But subsequently the trial judge in Canada acquitted him of "terrorism"- the focal issue of the prosecution. The Govt laid other charges under "terrorism" but NONE in reality relate to terrorism. All the charges except one are overseas events which cannot be logically defined as acts of terrorism and none happened in Canada or affected Canada. These include the following:

(1) Momin Khawaja donated approx $859. to a Pakistan-based Afghan charity fund of displaced women and children; (2) he attended one day camp in northwest Pakistan, (3) he built a bomb detonator (a readily available cell phone jammer kit from stores) but it did not work as demonstrated by the prosecution; (4) that he offered to rent his parents dwelling in Pakistan to a suspected terrorist who never went to live there. And (5) His e-mails were used to prosecute him essentially based on thought crime.

(2) Based on the above charges, the trial judge sentenced him to 10.5 years and 5 years for parole. He was not given the double time credit of imprisonment as applicable to all other inmates. Now he has been in prison for more than 10 years. The Higher Appeal courts raised this sentence unilaterally without any legal evidence to a Life and 24 years- 10 years for parole. This would be unconstitutional in the American system of legal justice.

(3) This irony was clearly demonstrated in the June 2012 appeal hearing by the concern of Honorable Justice Lebel (Supreme Court of Canada) when he asked the prosecution: why should M. Momin Khawaja be sentenced to a Life and 24 years when he has not been charged with the crime nor he committed it? The prosecution answered that "terrorism" issue should be viewed in a broader global context.

It is obvious that Supreme Court verdict of December 2012 was influenced by the political expediency, and not derived from the legal stipulations. The challenge is clear that all concerned people across the globe should actively ask for justice for M. Momin Khawaja. Momin Khawaja has not committed any crimes against Canada that he should be given a Life and 24 years of outrageous sentence. He has already served 10 years in prison without a bail. The search for justice includes the existence of injustice. It is human to demands justice when there is clearly a case of injustice.

We are seeking justice and request to all concerned citizens of the global humanity to write to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada and to the Prime Minister of Canada asking to FREE Momin Khawaja immediately without any conditions OR to have a retrial of the case. The important points should be:

What evidence-based or legally justifiable criterion is implied to deliver an exceptionally harsh and unfair sentence to Momin Khawaja? According to the Honorable Justice Lebel (Supreme Court of Canada) why should M. Momin Khawaja be sentenced to a Life and 24 years when he has not been charged with the crime nor he committed it?

Momin Khawaja was acquitted by the trial judge of involvement in the London bomb plan "terrorism" charge. He has no criminal record and never posed any threat or violence to anybody on this planet.

Currently, M. Momin Khawaja is kept in a high security prison where there is no provision/system to apply for legally sanctioned parole after 10 years. This shows that the Canadian authorities are denying his basic legal rights to justice.

In 2012, Momin Khawaja was attacked by another inmate with boiling water in the Canadian Security Prison causing life-threatening injuries and burns to all his body. He continues to feel pains and psychological anguish in need of medical treatment. But Momin Khawaja forgave the attacker inmate. Thus, he deserves the same compassion and consideration from the Canadian system of justice.

M. Momin Khawaja as college student offered motivational help to encourage several fellow students who were drug addicts to change their thinking and behavior and to become good students in studies and performance and excellent citizens in the society.

The writer should ask the Chief Justice and the Prime Minister (politely and logically) to Free M. Momin Khawaja immediately without any conditions OR a retrial of the case. Both addresses are as follows:

Right Honorable Beverley McLachlin, P.C.

Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Canada

301 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0J1 Canada

Fax: 001- 613-941-5817

Right Honorable Mr. Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada
Office of the Prime Minister
80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2 Canada
Fax: 001- 613-941-6900 E-mail:
With thanks to Mark Weber
Censorship of World War II truth
Criminal Charges For Publishing Czech Book of Hitler Speeches
ČTK (Czech Republic)

Czech police have levelled charges against two heads of the Guidemedia publishers, author Lukas Beer and the firm itself for having published the book "Adolf Hitler: Speeches," south Moravia police spokeswoman Petra Vedrova told CTK yesterday. They were charged with denying, disputing, approving of and justifying genocide, Vedrova said ... Guidemedia published 10,000 copies of the 650-page book, but only online.

The online promotion texts say Hitler always spoke about Czechs with respect and appreciation, saying that everyone had the right to life. The texts also say Hitler sought peace and friendship with England and had nothing against Russians.
Video from Syria: Thanks to Br. Ali.

Islamic victory in Northern Syria

Fighters of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant [ISIL] have captured one of Assad''s military outposts in northern Syria. Video shows mujahideen removing Assad's flag and replacing it with the flag of Tawheed with Prophet Muhammad's, pbuh, writing on it.
The video also shows mujahideen on a huge tank captured from Assad's troops. The final part shows the mujahideen congratulating each other and reminding each other of the Hereafter.
Inside Story of Kenyan Mall [Thanks to Br. Athar in Canada.]
Large scale looting and destruction was carried out by Kenyan Military.
[Only 4 al-Shabab were killed.]

[New York Times Report.]

NAIROBI, Kenya — Mannequins were stripped clean, jewelry cases smashed, racks of expensive suits carted off, dozens of cash registers

The looting of the Westgate mall, the scene of a siege in which scores of people were killed last month, appeared to have the scope and organization of a large-scale military operation, and many Kenyans are asking if that is what it was.

From the first hours after Islamist militants burst into the mall on Sept. 21, killing men, women and children, until a week later when shopkeepers were let back in to sweep up the broken glass, very few people were allowed inside the mall except the Kenyan security forces, mainly the army.

More and more Kenyans believe that those soldiers methodically cleaned out the mall, and that the barrages of gunfire ringing out for days were being directed not at the last of the militants but at safes and padlocks to blast them open. Some business leaders even question whether the Kenyan Army deliberately prolonged the crisis by saying that shooters were still in the building when they were actually dead, to give themselves extra time to steal.

Witnesses said that the most they saw militants loot was a couple of cans of soda, and shopkeepers cited no instances of panicked shoppers helping themselves to merchandise as they ran for their lives, leading to the widespread conclusion that the security forces must have been involved.

Kenyans are accustomed to corruption — their country is consistently rated as one of the most corrupt in the world — but the evidence of looting amid a national tragedy has been too much for many to take.

"It's disgraceful," said Maina Kiai, one of Kenya's best-known human rights defenders. "It's part of a nasty culture where power means everything, where you take what you can, you do whatever you want, and there's no accountability."

The Kenyan military said Thursday that it was "committed to get to the bottom of this" and appealed to the public for any information about soldiers who might have looted.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced an official inquiry into the security services' response, which has been roundly criticized as slow and bungled. But official inquiries often do not amount to much, many Kenyans say. The other night on a Kenyan news broadcast, a camera panned across a shelf of previous inquiries — thick, bound tomes that went nowhere.

In a question put to viewers, 77 percent said they believed the Kenyan Army was responsible for the plundering of Westgate.

"Four-day siege or four-day shopping spree?" said one Western official working in Kenya.

Many questions are still swirling. The Shabab, a Somali Islamist group, has claimed responsibility for killing more than 60 people at the mall, but the number of militants who stormed in — and who they were — remain unknown.

On Thursday morning, at the Westgate entrance, vans usually used for taking tourists on safari disgorged a platoon of Western investigators wearing zip-off nylon pants and handguns on their hips. The mall reeked of rotten meat. Kenyan soldiers in hazardous-material suits and gas masks leaned over piles of debris, collecting evidence. There were still pools of blood on the floor, bits of flesh sticking to the tiles. Several more bodies were unearthed Thursday from a pile of rubble.

The mall's electricity remained shut off, and inside Sir Henry's, a men's store on the ground floor, clerks took inventory by lantern light. Fazal Virani, one of Sir Henry's owners, shook his head in disbelief. He pointed out that the cheaper suits in the front of the store had not been stolen, while dozens of his most expensive suits, hanging in the back and costing almost $2,000 each, were gone.

"These guys had time, man, these guys had time," he said.

Mr. Virani then trudged upstairs to commiserate with other shopkeepers. "You get hit, too?" he asked a group of men standing ankle deep in crushed glass.

"Dumb question," replied Michael Waweru, the owner of a small boutique. "Everyone got hit."

Laptops, smartphones, Swiss watches, cameras, underwear, perfume and stereo speakers were all carried out of the mall, which was supposed to be tightly guarded by the military, owners said. At the checkout booths in the Nakumatt supermarket, thieves left behind hundreds of coins on conveyor belts covered in ash. Wallets were snatched from the bodies of victims, shopkeepers said, complicating the process of identification.

In one women's boutique, blouses, jewelry and purses were snatched, leaving naked plastic mannequins. Even the little wooden carts that sold chocolates on Westgate's ground floor had been broken into.

"Who did this?" said Atul Shah, Nakumatt's managing director. "The people inside. Who was inside? The defense forces."

A cleanup crew at one restaurant said that when the soldiers allowed them back in on Monday, the crew found hundreds of bottles of gin, brandy, rum, vodka and beer sitting on the bar. It looked like the scene of a fraternity party, one Western official said.

"I don't know if they are deprived of these things or they felt they deserved them," said Zahir Manji, who owns four shops in Westgate.

Inside the mall this week, the evidence of widespread theft was all around. Parking machines and cash registers were pried open and emptied. A huge, mounted flat-screen television had been lifted off the wall. Doors were wrenched open, and in several stores that showed no obvious signs of having been caught up in the fighting, display cases were ransacked.

Witness accounts have not suggested that the attackers broke into safes or stole anything of value. The mall's surveillance cameras may have captured some of the looting, but Kenyan intelligence agents have taken the footage.

"A committee of inquiry will be formed," Mr. Shah said, sighing, "and nothing will happen."

Of Kenya's security services, the military had been considered the most professional, and the police force the most corrupt. But in the aftermath of the mall attack, it is the police officers who are being hailed as heroes because dozens of lightly armed off-duty officers were among the first responders at the mall, and they saved hundreds of lives.

Within hours, the Kenyan military ordered the police out. Then the army took over. Scores of soldiers poured into the mall while several assailants holed up in the Nakumatt store. The standoff ended three days later after soldiers fired an antitank missile into the store, leaving it in flames and opening an enormous crater in the flagship of one of Kenya's most important companies.

Four days after that, the first shopkeepers were allowed back in to survey the wreckage. Millions of dollars of property had been destroyed, and businesses said that at least hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and merchandise were missing.

On Thursday, the talk among a group of forlorn shopkeepers was of "terrorism insurance." Nobody there had it. But Mr. Manji hoped that would not matter.

"This was not terrorism; this was looting," he said. "It's sad that the people who were supposed to protect us have robbed us."
October 4, 2013

100 Kaman Muslim Homes Wiped Out by Extemist Buddhist Mobs this Week

The last few days, attacks on Muslims followed a disturbingly familiar pattern: sword-wielding extremist Buddhist mobs rampaging through Muslim neighborhoods and the military standing by watching. Muslims are spending nights hiding in the woods.

This latest attack wiped out 100 Muslim houses in the coastal town of Thandwe, where extremist Buddhist mobs killed a 94-year-old woman and many others.

The victims of this week's violence were not Rohingyas but Kamans, a different Muslim minority group, whose citizenship is recognized by the government.

The difference this time, however, was that the President of Burma for the first time visited the affected area. Unfortunately, he did not denounce the "969" anti-Muslim movement and its leader, Buddhist monk Ashin Wirathu.

There used to be 5 million Muslims in Burma, now there are only 3 million left.
Rising Poverty, Price Increases, and Suicides by the poor lead to Countrywide Protests.
by Anwar Niazi

LAHORE, Oct. 4: Countrywide protest was held against the oppressive rise of POL and electricity prices, on Friday at the call of the Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan.

Protest rallies and demonstrations were held in the provincial, district and tehsil headquarters after the Friday prayers and sit-ins were also staged on major roads and crossings. The protesters were holding placards condemning the government decision to raise POL and electricity prices.

Ameer, JI, Pakistan, Syed Munawar Hasan, while addressing Friday congregation at Mansoora mosque, said that the people had expected the PML(N) government to provide them much relief but all their hopes had dashed to the ground during the honey moon period one by one. It seemed the rulers were pushing the masses to the point of revolt, he added.

He said the reports of suicide by a couple of persons every day was not the news, the real news was that the 180 million people in the country were bearing the tyrannies and injustices of the rulers without much concern. The deprivations and the limitations of the poor masses were now the tales to be heard all around.

Syed Munawar Hasan said that anarchy and chaos were being created in the country under the US and Indian agenda. The people were deprived of two times meal and there was darkness all around.

In the Punjab capital, protest rallies were held at several places. The rally held at Multan Road was addressed by the JI Secretary General, Liaqat Baloch. In his address, Liaqat Baloch referred to the statement of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that the raise in POL and electricity prices was unbearable for the poor. He said in fact, the raise had been approved by the Prime Minister himself. He said if the Federal Minister for Water and the Minister for Petroleum had decided the raise on their own, without the Premier's approval, both of them must be dismissed forthwith. However, if that was not the case, the Prime Minister, instead of posing innocence, should admit his incompetence and failure in providing relief to the masses, and step down.

The JI Secretary General expressed his gratitude to the Supreme Court Chief Justice for taking suo moto notice of the raise in electricity tariff.  He urged the apex court to also take note of the unjustified raise in POL prices at a time when the POL prices in the world market had fallen.

In Karachi, protest rallies were held at about thirty places and were addressed by local party leaders.

In the Khyber P, rallies were staged at all district headquarters including Dir, Bannu, Peshawar, Hangu, D.. Khan, Kohat. JI deputy Ameer, and Senior provincial Minister Sirajul Haq, and provincial JI chief, Prof. Ibrahim Khan, besides local leaders of other parties, strongly condemned the unbearable raise in the prices of POL and demanded their withdrawal.

JI, Punjab chief, Dr Syed Waseem Akhtar, while addressing the rally at Bahawalpur, said the government had miserably failed to provide relief to the people . On the other hand, the prices of essential goods had increased many times during the last three months. In Balochistan, rallies were held at Quetta, Pishin, Loralai, and Gowadar,


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