“Why do Americans hate beheadings but love drone killings?”
BOTH BEHEADING AS WELL AS DRONE BOMBING IS QATL , BUT ISN’T BEHEADING MORE CRUEL ,MORE DEHUMINISING THE KILLERS & WHAT WHEN THE KILLERS ARE SO CALLED MUSLIMS AND KILL IN ITHE NAME OF ISLAM , FI SABEELILLAH AND THE KILLED ARE THEIR OWN BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF THEIR OWN MUSLAK ,NEITHER KAFFIR NOR ATHEAST , EVEN THEIR KILLING IS HARAAM UNLESS THEY ATTACK FIRST.

ONE FAILS TO IMAGINE HOW A MAN HAS THE CHEEKS TO CRITICISE THE OTHER COMMUNITIES WHO ARE KNOWN AND BENT TO HATE MUSLIMS, IF NOT ALL , MAJORITY OF THEM, BUT BEFORE DOING THIS, DON’T LOOK INTO THEIR OWN CHEST WHAT THEIR BROTHERENS ARE DOING ,ISN’T. AS PER ISLAM , IF YOU KILLED JUST ONE MAN AND ALLAH SAYS YOU HAVE KILLED THE ENTIRE HUMINITY , AND SEE THE EVIL MEN OF THE (may be late) ABU BAKAR BAGHDADI HAVE SHOT PEOPLE TYING THEIR HANDS ON THE BACK SO THAT WHEN THEY FALL,THEY FALL ON THEIR FACE , THEY ARE RAPING WOMEN, THEY ARE SELLING WOMEN AND JUSTIFYING ALL THIS IN THE NAME OF ISLAM , TO ESTABLISH ONCE AGAIN A KHILAAFAH E RASHIDA. THOUSANDS OF SUNNI MUSLIMS, KURDS AND YAZDIS HAVE BEEN MERCILESSLY KILLED FOR NO FAULT . SHIAS ARE MARTYRED FOR THEY ARE DEFENDING THEIR SACRED LANDS OF IRAQ AND SYRIA.
ALLAH HUMMAH LA’AN ON ZALEMEEN WA MUNAFEQEEN WA KAAFEREEN WHO KILL IN THE NAME OF ISLAM OR OTHERWISE.
ZAHEER HUSAIN KHAN
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War and Peace: Western
Leaders Terrorizing Mankind
By rowan on November 15, 2014 8:18
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By Mahboob
Khawaja
A “war of religion”
is unfolding, with a view to justifying a global
military crusade. In the inner consciousness of many
Americans, the “holy
crusade” against Muslims is justified. While President
Obama may uphold freedom
of religion, the US inquisitorial social order has
institutionalized patterns of
discrimination, prejudice and xenophobia directed against
Muslims.”
(Michel Chossudovsky,
“America’s Holy Crusade against the Muslim
World.”
Global Research:
8/30/2010).
American
War Agenda and Killing
of Humanity
To the
US bankrupt economy,
war is a good business. All wars kill human beings. Across
the Iraq and Syrian
war theatres, aerial bombing and shelling are destroying
human habitats and
ecological systems. Millions of Arabs have been displaced
and murdered by the
US-led military interventions. The panicky acts of
belligerency represent a
sadistic foreign policy towards the Arab world. The US war
agenda aims at
killing of the Arabs not taking preventive measures to stop
the ISIS advances or
using diplomacy to pursue peace talks. The Arab coalition
lacks sense of
rationality of the US proxy war to undermine the freedom of
Palestine and to
occupy the oil producing Arab countries. The mindless Arab
rulers are
collaborating in a war against Islam. All international
institutions are defying
logic and their responsibility in protecting the lives of
entrenched human
beings and natural environment. Is man that ignorant and
wicked and knows not
how to ensure his own future
sustainability?
The UNO and other
global political powers
are utterly a failure in preventing major conflicts from
happening. The weapon
sales to oil exporting Arab rulers are the hallmark of
American-European
policies of militarization. Most global institutions are
manned by those people
lacking rational understanding of the interests and
priorities of the global
community. Some have no potentials and talents to be
effective and intelligent
leaders. Once again, the global political culture is
culminating dark clouds of
vengeful animosities demonstrating failure of rational
thinking and intelligence
apparatus. Everywhere egoistic political interests assume
greater importance
than the survival and interests of the global mankind.
Unjustifiable killing of
one human being is equal to killing of the whole of mankind.
Former FBI agent
Coleen Rawley asks “Why do
Americans hate beheadings but
love drone killings?”
(HuffingtonPost: 9/28/2014): The answer lies in human
psychology. And probably
like the old observation about history, people who refuse to
understand human
psychology are doomed to be victims of psychological
manipulation. War has never
been a prelude to peacemaking. Internationally acclaimed
scholar Noam Chomsky,
professor of linguistics and philosophy at MIT speaks of
America as the leading
force of global terrorism (“America, the
World’s Leading # 1
Terrorism State: Cunning of
Reason: 11/3/2014), and notes that ‘U.S. covert
operations routinely resemble
acts of terrorism’ and adds that: Jihadism’s most
fearsome current manifestation
is the Islamic State, or ISIS, which has established its
murderous caliphate in
large areas of Iraq and Syria. “I think the United
States is one of the key
creators of this organization,” reports former CIA
analyst Graham Fuller, a
prominent commentator on the region. “The United States
did not plan the
formation of ISIS,” he adds, “but its destructive
interventions in the Middle
East and the War in Iraq were the basic causes of the birth
of ISIS.” To this we
may add the world’s greatest terrorist campaign:
Obama’s global project of
assassination of “terrorists.” The
“resentment-generating impact” of those drone
and special-forces strikes should be too well known to
require further
comment.
The mankind has
realized that politics is
a game of pretension and always remains problematic.
Politicians need problems
to get public attention. The global community is not a
silent spectator but
understands the deliberate destruction of humanity in
Iraq-Syria and has the
capacity to challenge the politically imperiled
insensitivity to universal
accord and brutality of Terrorism of Wars. Professor Noam
Chomsky outlines how
Obama administration continued the anti-human policies and
practices of the
George Bush era: “America is
Running the Worlds
Largest Terrorism Operation.” Global Research: 4/22/2014):
“The Obama administration is dedicated to
increasing terrorism. In fact, it’s doing it all over
the world. Obama is
running the biggest terrorist operation that exists,
maybe in history: the
drone assassination campaigns, which are just part of it
[…] All of these
operations, they are terror operations.” Professor
Chomsky has previously
extensively documented U.S. terrorism and concluded that
the global rise in
state terror was a result of U.S. foreign policy. In
1991, a book edited by
Alexander L. George [the Graham H. Stuart Professor of
Political Science
Emeritus at Stanford University] also argued that other
Western powers sponsored
terror in Third World countries. It concluded that the
U.S. and its allies
were the main supporters of terrorism throughout the
world.
Is ‘war a good
business’ wonders Bill
Dores (“War is Good
for Business”: Big Oil,
Wall Street and the Pentagon’s “New Cold War”
Against Russia: Global Research: 5/8/2014): The U.S.
invasion of Iraq devastated that country. And it hit hard at
working class and
oppressed communities in the United States. For Big Oil and
Wall Street it was a
bonanza….Energy is the world’s most profitable
commodity…Then there is the
heart of the system — Wall Street itself. Bankers and
politicians know that war
and crisis abroad drive capital into the United States,
cutting the deficit,
propping up the dollar and helping keep U.S. banks at the
center of the world
economy.
Are the
Arab Masses Waiting for
Salahudeen Ayoubi?
The core issue of the Arab Middle East is not the
bombing of ISIS or Shiia-Sunnis sectarian bloodbaths. These
consequential
developments are the outcomes of decade old American-British
military aggression
and occupation of Iraq. The ISIL or other groups do not have
the capacity to
change the governments in Iraq and Syria. The focal problem
is the establishment
of an independent State of Palestine and recognition of the
State of Israel and
normalization of relations between the Arab states and
Israel. Nothing has
happened to change the continuing status quo and occupation
of the West Bank,
East Jerusalem and Gaza by Israel. Are the Arab people
waiting for a Salahudeen
Ayoubi to come and rescue them from political annihilation?
Paul Laurdee
(“Waiting for
Waiting for Saladin
(Salaheddine al-Ayyoubi)”
Dissident Voice: 3/27/2013), one of the founders of the Free
Gaza and Free
Palestine Movements and an organizer in the International
Solidarity Movement
points out that: Palestinians have a long history of
resistance to occupation,
expulsion and ethnic cleansing… Every struggle in the
world – whether
successful or unsuccessful – has included a combination of
armed and nonviolent
resistance in varying proportions. If it can be argued that
armed resistance has
failed in Palestine, so has nonviolent resistance…. Should
Palestinians wait
for a champion to recover Palestine from the Zionist
invaders much as
Salaheddine al-Ayyoubi (known in the West as Saladin)
liberated Jerusalem and
other parts of Palestine after 88 years of Crusader
rule?
The Arab
world and Israel have lost
many opportunities to strike peace accord. More than fifty
years of so called
peace talks sound an insult to conventional wisdom. Israel
is not at peace with
occupation of Palestine. The divided and leaderless
Palestinians lack coherent
strategy of peace. Where would the peace come from? If there
were people of new
generation – young and educated people of vision and
peaceful change, both
Palestinians and Israelis could have resolved the major
political conflicts. How
strange, Muslims believe that Jews and Christians are part
of the Islamic faith
originating with Prophet Abraham. Yet, they breathe in
conflicting time zones
and cannot face each other as normal human beings at dinner
tables or
interactive social communication to talk and come up with
workable solution.
When would they realize to be conscientious human beings
rather than political
actors? Perpetuated animosities and occupation of Palestine
have crippled their
inward minds and souls to exit the hatred and fear box and
to see beyond the
obvious horizon to make peace.
The oil producing
Arab leaders operate
from a position of weakness not strength in global affairs.
America enjoys some
influence but the lobbyists control its political nerves and
thinking hubs. For
the last few weeks, East Jerusalem is again a scene of
tragic events, firing on
civilians, running street battles and killings outside the
Al-Aqsa Masjid.
Should the future generations be captive of the political
adversaries of today’s
politics? Both need focused minds and souls to replace
insane behaviors with
respect and human dignity. To counter-balance Israel
political activism, Arab
masses should phase-out the dormant and dummy leaders and
phase-in educated and
intelligent people of young generation. The need is urgent
for both Palestinians
and Israelis to resume peace talks with an honest commitment
and time table to
end the occupation and hostilities and to establish State of
Palestine and to
ensure both nations could complement a peaceful co-existence
and future. Is
reconciliation and peacemaking possible by direct
negotiations between the
parties? Yes, given the will and sincerity of purpose, all
man-made problems are
solvable. Late Professor Edward Said (Peace and
its Discontents: Essays on
Palestine in the Middle East Peace Process. Random House, 1996)
was a visionary and
enriched with proactive thoughts and a truly dedicated
intellectual and active

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