Monday, July 17, 2006


The Corner has a summary of Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, in his own words. And they are not pretty. Here's a sample:

- The Danish cartoons were a consequence of not murdering Salman Rushdie:
"If any Muslim had carried out the fatwa of Imam Khomeini against the apostate Salman Rushdie, those despicable people would not have dared to insult the Prophet Muhammad - not in Denmark, not in Norway, and not in France.

"What is this solidarity campaign all about? We are supposed to summon the ambassador, and that's it? We are supposed to boycott Danish goods, and that's it? No. I call upon the Muslim jurisprudents, the Muslim religious scholars, the leaders of the Islamic movements, the leaders of the Islamic countries, and all the Muslims to take a decisive stand. If we tolerate this now, only God knows what they will do later - just like the tolerance practiced with Salman Rushdie, and the carrying out of the fatwa."

- Why they will win against the "Zionist Entity":
"Another weakness is that both as individuals and as a collective, they are described by Allah as 'the people who guard their lives most.' Their strong adherence to this world, with all its vanities and pleasures, constitutes a weakness.

"In contrast, our people and our nation's willingness to sacrifice their blood, souls, children, fathers, and families for the sake of the nation's honor, life, and happiness has always been one of our nation's strengths."

Hezbollah is nothing but yet another Islamic death cult, dedicated to death and darkness for all of humanity. Along with Hamas, Al Qaeda, and the Taliban, they represent the evolutionary dead-end of Islam; and the ultimate culmination of just about every anti-human, anti-freedom, anti-life ideology that in their perversity, human beings could possibly imagine.

At American Thinker --there is a history of the fanatical Jew-hatred encouraged in Muslims, which goes back to the very foundation of Islam --and long before the state of Israel ever came into existence.

With Oriana Fallaci, I stand with Israel. I stand with the Jews. And against the mindless hatred and death worship of Islam.

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