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Jimmy Carter meeting Hamas.

Posted by QB on April 22, 2008

Jimmy Cater is criticized harshly by Democrats and Republicans for meeting with Hamas leaders to get understanding of their point of view. Bush regime and Israel government did not like Carter meeting with Hamas who consider them as terrorist group.Carter, the most honest person, is right that there will be no peace if Hamas and Syria is left out of peace talks. Carter also told in news conference that Hamas will accept the right to exist if they pull back to 1967 positions.

The peace is possible with open minded open hearted people like Carter to bring the Israel and Palestinian on the negotiation table.

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Israel – Palestine Peace Conference.

Posted by QB on November 27, 2007

The US is hosting Israel Palestine peace conference in Annapolis which is step in the right direction and it is very encouraging that Saudi Arabia first time agree to sit down with Israel in any peace conference. This is the one positive step taken by Bush regime in seven years. The peace is possible with serious discussions.

Ahmadinejad is holding his own peace conference in Iran with Hamas, don’t have much details.

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Codoleezza Rice Ehud Olmert Mahmoud Abbas on right path.

Posted by QB on October 15, 2007

The Bush regime finally is doing something which is positive will bring peace in Middle East and in the world. I dislike Condoleezza Rice as much as Bush and his whole cabinet but today she issued statement which is very positive, if she actually mean to implement her words into actions.

“Frankly, it’s time for the establishment of a Palestinian state,” Rice said in Ramallah, standing next to Abbas.
“I wanted to say in my own voice to be able to say to as many people as possible that the United States sees the establishment of a Palestinian state and a two-state solution as absolutely essential for the future, not just of Palestinians and Israelis but also for the Middle East and indeed to American interests,” she said. “That’s really a message that I think only I can deliver.”

This is the right approach bringing peace and this will also destroy Al Qaida. Ehud Olmert and Mahmoud Abbas statements are also very positive which are admirable, as they are first time talking sense by sharing Jerusalam, which ofcourse was off the limit due to religious fanatical in the past.

Concerning Jerusalem, for example, he said it would be enough to declare that west Jerusalem will be the capital of Israel and east Jerusalem the capital of Palestine. The line of division would then be determined in negotiations.Olmert hinted Monday that he is ready to share control of the holy city, saying that Israel could do without controlling some of Jerusalem’s outlying Arab neighborhoods.

This is the first positive step taken by Bush regime which must be welcome by the moderate Arab neighboring countries to make this peace conference starting point to bring peace in the world. Ayatollah Khemini wants Arab countries to boycott this peace conference which is really a very bad suggestion. The Jews and Arabs can live together side by side in peace as they were living for thousands of years before the creation of Israel. It is now that the State of Israel is created, the only solution is the creation of Palestinian State respecting each other religious beliefs and accept the reality. The confrontation will not the solution. The Arab rulers am sure will participate in this peace conference.

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Peres congratulates Musharraf.

Posted by QB on October 8, 2007

Israel President Shimon Peres congratulated Pervez Musharraf on winning Presidential elections. This is the first time that Israel issued public statement showing their good friendly intentions. President Peres should know that everybody in the world wants peace in Middle East and this include Hamas, Hizbollah and Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE, Pakistan and all the other Muslim countries..

Israel congratulated Pervez Musharraf on his re-election as president of Pakistan.President Shimon Peres on Monday published an open letter to Musharraf, a former general who seized power in 1999 and swept to a second term in elections over the weekend.Peres noted that although Islamabad and Jerusalem do not have formal ties, Musharraf has voiced interest in Israeli-Arab peace efforts. Musharraf is an ally of the Bush administration.“You have shown responsibility and strength in preventing the spread of violence and terrorism on many occasions, and I carry in my heart your support for peace in the Middle East,” Peres wrote. “Please accept, Your Excellency, the assurances of my highest consideration.”

The Israeli and Pakistani foreign ministers held surprise talks in 2005, but Pakistan has said it will withhold full recognition of the Jewish state until a Palestinian state is founded.

Peres statement is the first positive step towards peace. The Israeli government has to work hard towards achieving peace by just opening their minds and hearts and accepting that their policies of aggression and oppression were wrong. These policies did not bring any peace and stability from last 60 years and these policies can’t bring peace in the next 100 years. The confrontation will cause death and destruction on both sides.

The Peres know that Ahmadinejad can’t destroy Israel, the fact is that Israel can destroy all the neighboring countries with its WMD. It is in the best interest of the Israel to solve Palestine issue as quickly as possible which will bring peace stability prosperity for Israel and Middle East. The peace treaty giving Palestinians will also destroy Al Qaida without firing a single shot. Al Qaida and terrorism is growing due to wrong policies of US and Israel. Fighting war on terror will keep growing with Bush policy of invasions and occupations.

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Palestine – Iraq – Lebanon Situation and Bush Freedom Democracy Policy.

Posted by QB on June 16, 2007

The situation in Middle East is becoming more complex with violence spreading into Palestine and Lebanon with continued violence in Iraq. Bush invaded Iraq to find WMD and changed their position when they did not find any WMD to spreading freedom and democracy in Middle East. The Bush regime or as a matter of fact none of the USA previous administration has any interest to bring real democracy in Middle East and Latin America. The objectives of US is only to protect its own interests by supporting corrupt oppressive Middle East governments.

The Bush regime with its European allies is responsible for the present situation of Palestine. Bush and its European allies cut off all the financial aid to Palestine after Hamas take control of the government after defeating Fatah in democratic elections. Bush and European countries who claimed to be the champions of democracy and freedom did not accept the Palestine election results, they actually rejected the mandate of the people and encouraged Fatah security agencies for violent demonstrations against government. Fatah did never accepted the election results like Bush regime never co-operated with Hamas government instead they chose to fight their own people to gain power which they lost because they become corrupt. Mahmoud Abbas is trying to please the Bush regime fired the democratically elected Hamas government. Bush supported Abbas decision and pledges to lift embargo.

Bush really do not want the real democracies in Middle East or any region of the world. Their only goal is to keep the governments in the hands of corrupt politicians who support US and its all oppression policies and protect US big corporations interests. The real democracy in Middle East and in other regions of the world will always bring people into power who want to protect the interests of their own country and people first instead of protecting US big corporations. The examples of such Democracies are Venezuela, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Iran and Malaysia which will never accepted by US no matter who is in White House.

CNN and the US administration are quick to blame Iran for Palestine present situation and the Syria for Lebanon. The truth is that Bush regime is responsible for Palestine situation with supporting undemocratic actions taken by Mahmoud Abbas to topple down democratically elected Hamas government.

There is no improvement in Iraq situation with Bush “way forward” policy with increased number of troops. The violence is shifted from Anbar province to other areas of Iraq and now with second bombing of Shia Golden Dome Shrine will increase sectarian hatred and violence. Sistani the Grand Ayatollah finally break his silence with condemning the attack on Golden Mosque. Sistani who never condemned the sectarian violence which killed thousands of people which to me is more inhumane than destruction of this Golden Dome Shrine. The Sunni Shia religious scholars feel pain when some building is destroyed and feel no pain and sympathy for the people who are getting killed in the name of religion. They can build this Golden Dome Shrine again but they can’t bring back single dead person back to life who was killed for the love of their sect and lifeless building.

The majority of Sunnis Shias are under the control of Sistani like religious leaders who are hypocrites. The Sunni Shias are so stupid and brainless who don’t realize that what they are doing has helped the foreign military to invade and occupy their country.

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The World Depressing Situation.

Posted by QB on May 19, 2007

The world news is so depressing that there is no hope for better peaceful future all around the world. Bush is fighting his favorite “war on terror”. Palestinians are busy killing each other for material gains and power. Israel are killing Palestinians to protect their sacred land given to them by God. Sunni and Shias killing each other in Iraq. The recent violence in Pakistan where 42 people get killed in clashes over removing some Judge from the Supreme Court. All these killings could have been avoided if people try to solve their differences with dialogue instead of violence.

The Palestine separate state which majority of Muslims believe will eliminate all the violence to me will resolve nothing and will not bring peace and stability in Middle East. The Palestinians if given a separate independent State will kill each other for power. Israel should work on this plan to give Palestinians seperate independent state and let them kill each other for power. Easy solution for Israel Palestinian problem.

Pakistan situation is becoming violent where extremism in NWFP and Baluchistan is on the rise and they will have elections this year which will consolidate Mullahs rule in both of these provinces. These Mullahs don’t have enough support in Sind and Punjab to take over the Federal government and this is my own analysis based on Pakistan news.

Iraq where people are suffering because of Bush stupidity was really better off with Saddam Hussein where people were living in peace without the fear of blown up by bombs rockets mortars phosphorous bombs.

The only positive news coming from Latin America and that is due to Hugo Chavez strong leadership who is trying to improve the conditions of poor people with his bold policies by providing free health care, free education providing better living conditions for poor common people of Venezuela as well as in the poor neighboring countries. Hugo Chavez ofcourse is “Evil” according to US standards because he is not protecting the interests of “BIG CORPORATIONS”.

Caracas, May 19 (Prensa Latina) President of Venezuela Hugo Chavez said on Saturday that his country is not only struggling for its independence and sovereignty, but also for the fate of humankind.

He spoke at the opening of International Meetings convened here by multi-state Telesur channel under the theme “The right of every citizen to inform and be informed.”

Chavez stressed that what is happening here is not only for the sake of Venezuela, but for sovereignty and independence around the world. “It is in fact a battle in which all humankind is at stake,” he said.

He explained that the simple sovereign action of failing to renew the concession for private Radio Caracas Television channel (RCTV) has triggered a world battle around the Bolivarian Revolution.

Source : Venezuela, World at Stake, Chavez.

Hugo Chavez is still “EVIL” because he is working to make this world peaceful place.

The violence can be eliminated with completely overhauling people minds by making them realize that no religion justify violence and killings and blood not really makes God happy.

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Deaths destructions and killings.

Posted by QB on February 2, 2007

Deaths destruction and killings that’s what going on presently with no hope of any peace among the fighting factions in Middle East. Bush is killing to win his war on terror. Iraqi Sunni Shia are killing each other in the name of their twisted interpretation of religion. Palestinians are killing each other for control of power where Hamas and Fatah are fighting and killing innocent civilians. There is tension between Hezbollah and Sunni Christians coalition in Lebanon which is a time bomb which can explode anytime. US troops are dying fighting George W. Bush war with one more helicopter shot down.

The madness and hatred is so strong that nobody is thinking intelligently that killing each other will not resolve anything it will make the situation worst. The life in Middle East has become so difficult that death look like the more attractive option for common poor people.

I hate all this violence will keep my mouth shut because there is nothing I can do to stop all this madness.

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Israel continue its brutal offensive against Palestinians.

Posted by QB on November 11, 2006

Ehud Olmert government continue its offensive strikes against Palestinians in Gaza Strip with shelling civilian houses killing women and children as young as one year old baby. The Israelis militiary strikes are going on from more than a month without getting much attention of the Western Democracies who waste no time speaking out against if they were done by Hamas. Hugo Chavez is the only Head of State who has condemn these attacks against civilians and ask Israel government to stop its military strike against Palestinians. The Human Rights group are asking for independent inquiry of deadly artilary strike. At least 18 people were killed and some 50 others injured when the shells struck a row of houses. The dead included seven minors, the youngest a one-year-old baby girl, and six women. Most of them belonged to one family.

The Arab countries wanted strong condemnation of Israel attacks with Qatar introducing condemnation draft which not acceptable for US.

Israel continue its mock air raids in Southern Lebanon ignoring constants warning of the UN peacekeeping force. UN is urging Israel to end violating Lebanon airspace which is clear violation of UN ceasefire resolution. French Foreign Minister hopes that US will put pressure on its closest ally to end Israel flights because French peacekeepers could launch missiles at these planes.

The problem is that US will do nothing and still they blame the Muslims for all the terrorism without looking at their own state run terrorism. They still ask innocently why the whole world hates US without looking at their own oppressive policies interfering in internal affairs of the countries to protect their interests. They justify all their terorism with stupid logic which killed more innocent civilians children women than Al Qaeda and still consider themselves as the good who are fighting the evil.

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Democratic hypypcrisy at work.

Posted by QB on October 27, 2006

This is true analysis of Israel Palestine conflict after Hamas wining the elections. The dirty democracy tactics are been used against Hamas government.

Daud Abdullah: No Winners in This Factional Conflict.

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Fatah-Hamas agreement help solve problem of Palestine gov’t: Russia.

Posted by QB on October 21, 2006

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said an agreement between Al-Fatah and Hamas should create conditions for solving the problem of Palestine’s government.

In an interview with Kuwaiti KUNA news agency on Saturday, Lavrov said, “Other Palestinian groups outside the Palestinian Authority’s territory may take part in this process. I think that such government may rely on broad support from Arab states. We know about efforts taken by them to ensure accord on Palestinian territories. We mean the efforts taken by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and primarily Qatar.” The minister regretted that certain Quartet members were trying to influence this process and make excessive demands because it would be unrealistic to demand now that Hamas should fully accept all the terms of the Quartet, including the recognition of Israel, the giving up of violence with regard to Israel and the compliance with all the existing agreements.

“We are sure of it, and we used to say from the very beginning after the establishment of contacts with Hamas that it may advance gradually towards accepting those terms.”

Lavrov stressed, “Hamas consent to complying with all the existing agreements, confirming the powers of Abu Mazen as the only negotiator would be a very important step in the direction, which is necessary for all of us: Let us promote this stand as much as we can.”

This is the only positive news today and I am glad that peace deal within Palestinians have reached. Fatah must accept the election results which bring Hamas into power and they must also realize how difficult for this government to survive with all the European and US aid cutoff. Bush regime talk about democracy had not accepted the results of Palestinian elections and try to bring Hamas elected government down with financial problems.

The Palestinians must be intelligent enough to know that US want to punish them for voting for Hamas. This peace deal I believe will bring down daily clashes and killings of Palestinians. I agree with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that Hamas will soften their approach towards Israel and will come to peaceful negotiations which goes in the benefit for Palestinians and Jews.

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Israel Gaza Strip Military offensive.

Posted by QB on October 16, 2006

Read the following news.

Hamas threatens Israel with unforgettable lesson.

The open minded people can see the injustices and the aggression in the name of protection. Israel is the only country which is the main cause of all Middle East unrest.

Israel also accused Syria still supplying arms to Hezbollah in Lebanon. Israel get most sophisticaed weapons from US to defend themselves why Hezbollah is not allowed to get weapons from Syria and Iran to defend themselves against Israeli invasion.

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A re-run of the Lebanon war in Palestine?

Posted by QB on October 14, 2006

There are ominous signs that the long-contemplated plan to overthrow the democratically-elected Hamas-led Palestinian Authority cabinet is about to enter its most dangerous phase: a political coup, supported by local militias, with foreign and regional backing. This could ignite serious intra-Palestinian violence. With Iraq providing a dreadful warning of how foreign occupation can foster civil bloodshed, everything must be done to expose and thwart this dangerous conspiracy.

The head of Palestinian Authority intelligence, and Fatah militia leader, Tawfiq Tirawi, said in an interview with the Sunday Times on 8 October, “We are already at the beginning of a civil war, no doubt about it. They (Hamas) are accumulating weapons and a full-scale civil war can break out at any moment.” The paper cited Palestinian sources saying that Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas “has notified the US, Jordan and Egypt that he is preparing to take action against Hamas.” And, asserting that Hamas “are preparing for a war against us,” Tirawi “forecasts that the violence would begin in Gaza and spread to the West Bank.” Hamas leaders, including prime minister Ismail Haniyeh, have issued strenuous reassurances that they will never allow civil war, even as a Fatah-affiliated militia recently released a statement explicitly threatening to assassinate them.

Let us recall that in last January’s legislative council elections the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, resoundingly defeated Fatah, the nominally nationalist and secular faction founded by Yasir Arafat and which has dominated the institutionalized Palestinian movement since the 1960s. Fatah, led now by Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas, was widely rejected for its corruption and mismanagement of the Palestinian Authority which was founded under the Oslo Accords in 1994.

Coming a week after more than a dozen Palestinians were killed in fighting between Hamas and Fatah followers, Tirawi’s latest comments could be seen as laying the groundwork for a full-scale and premeditated confrontation. A senior Fatah “security source,” probably also Tirawi, had already told the same Sunday Times journalist last May that “[c]ivil war is inevitable” and that “Time is running out for Hamas.” He warned that “We’ll choose the right time and place for the military showdown. But after that there will be no more of Hamas’s militias.”

Is that time approaching? Abbas is being encouraged by his sponsors outside the country to take on Hamas. Tirawi’s warnings followed US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice’s visit to the region which included a warm public embrace of Abbas. On October 5, Reuters reported that militias loyal to Abbas are receiving arms and training from the United States. “Expanding the size of the presidential guard,” Abbas’ personal militia, “by up to 70 percent under a U.S. plan,” the report stated, “has become a central part of American policy since [Hamas] beat Abbas’s Fatah in elections and took over the government.” This apparent encouragement to resort to the bullet when use of the ballot failed to produce the desired results is a direct contradiction of the simplest principles of democracy, apart from its sheer immorality. This sounds bad enough, but it also looks like a repeat of the strategy in Lebanon where western powers apparently thought that Israel, as a local client state, could be used to strike a lethal blow at Hizbullah. The human and political results of that adventure, last summer’s systematic Israeli destruction of Lebanon, speak for themselves. This time, Abbas and his forces would fill the role of local US client, and Hamas would be cast as Hizbullah.

The only outcome of such a confrontation will be another orgy of bloody violence. And almost certainly, support for Hamas would be strengthened, but among the Palestinian people there would be only losers.

There is good reason to fear that the moment is coming when this conspiracy will turn to the naked use of armed force, as the campaign to overthrow Hamas has escalated in stages. Just weeks after the January election, The New York Times reported that US and Israeli officials met at the “highest level” to plot the downfall of Hamas by “starving” the Palestinian Authority. It started with the US-EU aid cutoff, ostensibly to force Hamas to “recognize Israel” and “abandon violence.” (When it was elected Hamas had already observed a year-long unilateral suspension of attacks on Israel, and its leaders strongly indicated a willingness to reach a “long-term agreement”). Israel escalated its military attacks on Gaza, killing and maiming thousands of civilians, and destroying civilian infrastructure including the only power station. Most Palestinians now face difficulties feeding their families. Israel kidnapped eight Hamas cabinet ministers and a quarter of the elected members of the legislative council, while Fatah leaders have continually agitated against Hamas, including organizing strikes and protests by Fatah loyalists among Palestinian Authority civil servants who have been deprived of salaries by the very international siege that Fatah leaders have winked at and even encouraged.

Efforts to bridge the political impasse by forming a “national unity government” have also failed because the Fatah election losers, backed by foreign powers, are demanding that Hamas, the election winners, abandon their policies and principles and endorse those of the defeated party. But none of this has worked. Despite the punishment, Palestinians under occupation are no more willing than ever to submit to Israeli tyranny: 67 percent “do not believe Hamas should recognize the state of Israel in order to meet international donor demands” even though “63 percent would support a Palestinian recognition of Israel as a state for the Jewish people after a peace agreement is reached and a Palestinian state is established,” a September poll by the Palestinian Center for Survey Research found.

As violent incidents and provocations by followers of both factions mount, Abbas is considering other coercive means amounting to a coup: dismissing the Hamas cabinet, forming an “emergency” administration, and dissolving the Hamas-dominated legislative council to make way for new general elections which can be postponed indefinitely or at least until a Fatah victory can be engineered.

The danger facing Palestinians is acute. But let us be clear: it is not a threat of civil war. Among millions of ordinary Palestinians, whether under Israel’s brutal occupation, living as second class citizens within the “Jewish state,” or in forced exile, there is no disagreement remotely great enough that could get them to turn brother against brother and family against family in a civil war. On the contrary, Palestinians are united in their understanding of what afflicts them — Israeli colonialism armed, backed and bankrolled by western powers. The danger is of an armed coup staged on behalf of these powers by a small minority, but which could drag more Palestinians into internecine fighting whose consequences are awful to contemplate.

Perhaps the most serious miscalculation Hamas has made is to underestimate the determination with which the results of democratic elections will be undermined and opposed if they do not suit the interests of Israel and other world powers. The reality is that the Palestinian Authority is not and has never been a government for the Palestinian people. The Palestinian Authority receives western backing only to the extent that it directly and exclusively serves their own and Israeli interests. It was designed to protect the Israeli occupation against its victims; no one will be permitted to turn it into a representative body that fights for the rights and interests of Palestinians. To avoid the lethal trap that is being set for them and the Palestinian people, Hamas will either have to sell out or get out.

Hamas has done the right thing by abandoning its campaign of suicide attacks on Israeli civilians, observing an ongoing voluntary truce and embracing politics. It should now abandon the effort to hold on to the wreckage of the powerless and discredited Oslo institutions. Instead, it should turn its considerable popularity, organizational skills and increased legitimacy into a full fledged campaign of civil resistance, mobilizing together with other sectors of Palestinian and global civil society against every aspect of Israeli colonialism and racism. This is the only thing it has not yet tried, and it holds out the best hope for a way out of the dark tunnel.

Source: ZNet.

Israel air force and infantry attacked Yabala refugee camp in Gaza that left seven dead and ten wounded, considered an element of pressure against the Hamas-led cabinet.

Gazi Hamad, spokesman of the Islamic Movement (Hamas), told The Voice of Palestine station that Israel Tsahal behaved as terrorists, in an operation that involved tanks and armored vehicles.

Daily attacks on Gaza and the West Bank since June 28 attest to Israel’s tactic of inflicting the Palestines the largest possible damages, he added. Their toll so far have been 250 dead.

The station recalled that air raids on Gaza in the past two days killed 20 Palestinians and left 10-plus wounded, besides warning that this drive on north and south Gaza will continue.

The drive is also seen as an element of pressure since Hamas refuses to take pressures from the Middle East Quartet (US, Russia, UN and EU).

They want it to approve the Israeli state, quit armed struggle and turn in their weapons.

Today there are reports on Israel firing rockets killing Palestinians trying to topple down Hamas democratically elected government will never bring peace for Jews in Israel. The Evanglicans who are the cheerleaders don’t want a peaceful Middle East because this is not that they all want. They want Israel to keep fighting which will bring back Jesus and they will get their rapture. These Evanglicans are not telling Jews that Jesus will take revenage from all these sinner Jews when come back. All this Jesus comeback story to me is somewhat illogical.

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Suicide Attacks.

Posted by QB on September 25, 2006

The suicide attack is the hot topic for US and European politicians, ignoring the real cause of these attacks The general understanding shared by majority of the people that it is written in Qur’an that anyone who kill innocent people will directly go to heaven and receive 72 virgin female companions as a reward. I don’t have read the huge volumes of Sunnis Shi’ities hadith books (Sunni Shi’ite Talmud) like I did not read the Talmud. I will be glad to analyze this story if someone provide me the reference.

Non religious reason for a person to become a suicide bomber.

  • A suicide will only take his own life when death seems to him better than life. This can happen to anyone who has no reason to live. Depression take over with all the negative thoughts coming into mind to take his own life.
  • A suicide bomber has no economic social reason to live. No job, no hope for better future.
  • All humans live in hope of better tomorrow no matter what troubles they are facing presently there always remain hope that the things will be better tomorrow. A suicide bomber will be willing to take his life for revenge purpose.Keeping in mind two above mentioned reasons the other factor which is very important is to take his own life killing as many as he can to take revenge for the destruction of his house, killing one of all of his loved ones. Revenge takes away the logical reasoning from a person. This is the most important factor when person have no reason to live.

Bush and company which includes Cheney Rumsfeld Condoleezza Rice love to called these suicide attacks “terrorism” without looking at their own state run terrorism with their bombing of Afghanistan and Iraqi cities killing tens of thousands innocent civilians which mostly were children, women, elderly unarmed civilians. Israel do the same and try to justify all their civilian bombing of Palestine and Lebanon with fight on terrorism.

The US is facing the fierce resistance from Iraqis who have lost everything their houses, their children, their brothers and sisters, their parents destroyed in the name of “freedom” and “democracy”.

Israel claim that they want peace but they actions does not match their words. They have to give Palestinians hope for better future to achieve peace. There was no suicide attacks when Bill Clinton was engaged with negotiations with Israel and Palestine, the Intifada stared when these negotiations failed.

Bush did nothing to achieve peace between Israel and Palestine. Israel and Palestine peace plan died when Bush took over the White House.

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Ahmadinejad interview on CNN.

Posted by QB on September 21, 2006

Anderson Cooper talked to Iranian President Ahmadinejad last night. Anderson really did not ask the intelligent questions, he chooses to ask questions for the American audience. Ahmadinejad was very calm and confident replied all the questions with smile. The general impression of Ahmedinejad is that he is intelligent person who has command on all the issues and the subjects.

Jim Walsh is an international security expert at MIT. “U.S. News & World Report” diplomatic correspondent is Tom Omestad. Both met with Iran’s president today. They were on Paula Zahn talking to Soleded O’Brian.

THOMAS OMESTAD, DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENT, “U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT”: Well, I mean, contrary to the widespread image that’s — we often see in various Western media, I mean, he comes off as a rather calm, I would say even serene, figure. So, it’s a big jarring, compared to the popular image that — that we have been led to expect. You know, he seems to have command of his material. He talks a different sort of language than — than most Western politicians would normally talk, frequent references to religion, obviously, in particular Islam. But he moves across a variety of issues quite — quite easily.

Following is the reply to Soledad O’Brian question that general impression of Ahmadinejad is that he is crazy.

JIM WALSH, INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ANALYST, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY: Not at all.

I think there’s a tendency in the U.S., when we have a leader we don’t like of another country, or a leader we don’t understand, we say, well, he’s crazy. And that’s a mistake.

If you like him, Ahmadinejad, you don’t like Ahmadinejad, you have still got to know who you’re dealing with. And, in this case, I think Tom is right. He came off as poised, relaxed, spoke for two hours. We had two hours with him. He’s not a policy wonk. He’s not a Bill Clinton. He talked in general themes.

But he’s — I saw no evidence to suggest that he’s crazy at all. And I think we need to treat him seriously, if we’re going to make any progress or avoid problems in the future.

O’BRIEN: Tom, was it a two-hour lecture? Was it two hours of Q&A? Was it a little bit of both? Or do you feel like he had good command of his material, he had a convincing argument?

OMESTAD: Well, he said from the outset he was looking forward to a dialogue, but, naturally, most of us are more interested in hearing from them than — hearing from him than — than we are speaking ourselves.

So, I mean, it had the — it had the form of sort of a group interview. He did have command of his material. And I thought that he moved about very smoothly. I mean, he tended to offer very lengthy answers to questions that seemed to interest him. So, you know, I would say that it was — for those expecting some sort of crazy Iranian president, he didn’t deliver that image.

WALSH: Well, we talked about Israel. We talked about Iraq. We talked about Afghanistan. I asked him about the nuclear issue and Israel.

But I — I think it’s fair to say, Soledad, this wasn’t about policy. It was really more general things that he — he admires the American people. He wants to have better relations with the U.S. He believes in dialogue. It was those sorts of things that filled most of the conversation.

And what’s important here, I think, is not only what he may have said or didn’t say, but the fact that he was having this meeting. He — this is so different from his first visit to the U.N., which I think most people would say was not successful, maybe even a disaster.

In this case, he’s trying to engage Americans. It may be part P.R., but it may also be symbolic communication, sort of a hint to American officials that Iran may be more ready to talk than they have been in the past. Source CNN Paula Zahn

Do you want to wipe Israel off the face of the map? Anderson Cooper first question.

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): I’m surprised why American politicians are so sensitive and biased with — with regards to Israel. What is — is there a relationship, to speak with such prejudice?

Everyone is prevented about questioning the regime. Whenever a question is raised, some American politicians react very strongly to it, whereas we know there’s a lot being said about many countries around the world.

Lebanon was bombarded. In Ghana, people were killed with laser bombs. But it doesn’t seem to have created concern among American politicians as much. But when somebody questions or criticizes the Zionist regime, there’s so much reaction. Could you tell me why this is the case?

I would think it would be a good question to ask from American politicians, the extent of the prejudice we — we see with them about Israel, given the massacres committed by Israel, killing people in their own homes. Should they not be subject to criticism? Should nobody complain and raise objections about the violations of rights and the murders that they commit? Are they free to do such acts?

Should they not act within the framework of any law?

COOPER: To — to some in America, though, that is going to sound like you’re not answering the question. I mean, the — the question really is — is, do you believe Israel has a right to exist?

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): I say that it is an occupying regime.

We say we must — you must allow the Palestinian nation to decide for itself what its fate should be. There are five million displaced Palestinians, four million who live under the threat of bombardments, or actual bombardments and attacks.

So, let Palestinian people decide for themselves. We support the vote of the people. And whatever the result is, we must all accept. Why should there be objection to this proposal, or — or, so to say, with the vote of the people to indicate their will? Do — don’t the people in Palestine have the right to live? Are they not human beings? They live in their own homeland. In their own homeland, they are under attack.
COOPER: The same statement could be said of — of Jewish people in Israel, that they’re living in what they say is their homeland. Don’t they have a right to exist?

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): Yes, in Palestine, there were a group of Jews that live. But where did they come afterwards, the larger groups that came to Palestine?

We know what the trend was. A group of people came from other places to that land. Where does the father of Mr. Olmert come from, for example? Some of the ministers in Israel are, in fact, of Iranian origin, with no background, historical background, in Palestine. But they’re there, ruling.

COOPER: So, you’re saying, really, they don’t belong there; they should go somewhere else?

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): I am saying, let the Palestinian people decide. The Palestinian people should decide what to do.

And among Palestinians, there are Jews, Muslims, and Christians. Our question is, what about the rights of the Palestinian people? They lived there, and they were displaced and forced to leave their own homeland, under the threat of a gun, and, regretfully, with the support of the American government.

What is happening to the Palestinians? Do they not have the right? Shouldn’t we be thinking about that? Their young people are being killed on the streets. Homes are being destroyed over their heads, even in Gaza, even in the West Bank.

After all, they are human beings, too. They have the life — the right to life and to live in their own homeland. Others have come from far and beyond, and are now there ruling there and governing that land.

Why did they go there? They should return to where they came from. Or, even if they don’t, they should at least allow the Palestinian nation to decide about that and the future.

So, what I’m saying is quite clear. We want peace to be established there. We care for the Jews who live under pressure there as well, because they, too, are living outside their own homes, from where they belong, their homeland, actually. That is not their homeland.

COOPER: You have repeatedly implied that the Holocaust never happened. And it certainly seems to be the — and implied that more research needs to be done on whether or not it did happen.

I mean, the argument could be made that the genocide was perhaps the most well-documented genocide of the 20th century. Do you really believe that the Holocaust never happened?

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): If this event happened, where did it happen? The where is the main question. And it was not in Palestine. Why is the Holocaust used as a pretext to occupy the Palestinian lands?

COOPER: But do you understand why it’s deeply offensive to people…

(CROSSTALK)

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): That subject, how is it connected to the occupying regime in Jerusalem?

COOPER: You do realize, though, why it would be deeply offensive to so many people that you use — that you even say “if it ever happened”?

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): Well, you don’t speak here for all Americans. In the past two or three days, I have met with many members of the media and the press here, some who are even related to the U.S. government. But the questions are the same across the board.

COOPER: Why — why can’t you believe there was a Holocaust and support Palestinians?

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): No, that’s not a reason at all.

The subject of the Holocaust is a different subject. I raised two or three questions that were very clear about it. I said that, in World War II, 60 million people lost their lives. They were killed. Two million of them were non-civilians, so to say, military. The rest were civilian populations.

And they all lost their lives. Their lives were all cared for and respected. But why is it that we concentrate so much on the lives of a — a group of — among the 60 million?

The second question is, assuming that this happened, why don’t they allow more research and studies to be done about it? If it is a truth that happened, then we — we will need more clarity about it. And they are — must be impartial groups, or whoever who is interested should be able to do the research. Why is that prevented?

COOPER: President Bush, at the U.N. spoke — tried to speak directly to the Iranian people yesterday. And he said…

AHMADINEJAD (through translator): Did you get the answer you wanted about the Holocaust?

COOPER: No, I didn’t, but I know my time is limited.

Ahmadinejad made his what he thinks about Israel and the Palestinian conflict and he has the right to disagree with the US point of view without getting attacked by the Western Media and the US government who are portraying him as war crazy dangerous mad man of Middle East just like they did to Saddam Hussein.

Anderson Cooper rest of the interview was related to Iran is trying to develop Nuclear Weapons in secrecy. Ahmadinejad made it very clear that Iran do not have any desire to develop Nuclear Weapons and their nuclear program is for peaceful energy purposes.

CNN which played the major role in Iraq invasion by promoting fear and false propaganda is doing this again with Iran. The IAEA blasted US intelligence report. CNN is again playing in the hands of Bush administration by spreading false fear among common Americans to lay ground for another Bush war.

IAEA Blasted US intelligence Report.

Ahmadinejad also question Anderson Cooper regarding US Nuclear Weapons development. Ahmadinejad was very impressive.

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Pope irresponsible quote. Update.

Posted by QB on September 18, 2006

Pope use that quote intentionally knowing very well that it will cause a wave of violence and demonstrations among the Muslims. The violence which break out in all the Muslim countries is now getting used to promote more hatred against Islam and Muslims.

“I wish the Catholic pope had considered the reaction to his remarks,” the head of the Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Church, Pope Shenouda III, told journalists Sunday.

“Being enthusiastic about one’s religion shouldn’t lead to judging other peoples’ religions. “Criticizing others’ faith breeds enmity and divisions.”

The leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood said the Islamic political movement’s relations with Christians should remain “good, civilized and cooperative.”

“While anger over the pope’s remarks was necessary, it shouldn’t last for long because while he is the head of the Catholic church in the world, many Europeans are not following it. So what he said won’t influence them,” Mohammed Mahdi Akef said.

“Any Palestinian citizen should stop attacking Christian churches in the Palestinian territories. The Christian brothers are a part of the Palestinian people, and I heard the highest Christian authority in Palestine denouncing the statements against Islam and against Muslims.” Hamas.

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The New York Times published an editorial, in which it called “The New York Times published an editorial, in which it called Pope Benedict XVI’s latest remarks about Islam gic and dangerous” and urged him to apologize.” Pope Benedict XVI’s latest remarks about Islam “tragic and dangerous” and urged him to apologize.

Quoting a 14th-century Byzantine emperor on the Prophet Mohammed, founder of the Muslim faith, the head of the Roman Catholic Church said: “He said, I quote, ‘Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.'”

The Times recalled that this was “not the first time the pope has fomented discord between Christians and Muslims.”

In 2004 when he was still the Vatican’s top theologian, he spoke out against Turkeys joining the European Union, because Turkey, as a Muslim country was in permanent contrast to Europe, the paper recalled.” Vatican’s top theologian, he spoke out against Turkeys joining the “European Union”

“A doctrinal conservative, his greatest fear appears to be the loss of a uniform Catholic identity, not exactly the best jumping-off point for tolerance or interfaith dialogue,” the editorial said.

“The world listens carefully to the words of any pope,” The Times continued. “And it is tragic and dangerous when one sows pain, either deliberately or carelessly. He needs to offer a deep and persuasive apology, demonstrating that words can also heal.”

Very fair and unbiased editorial by New York Times.

The reaction of the Muslims will always be fierce because they have more emotions than the knowledge about Islam. Pope should know this very well before quoting that Byzantine emperor in his speech and if he did not know that it will cause furry in the Muslim world than Pope is an old foolish idiot with no wisdom.

The Eygptian Catholic Chruch reaction was the most intelligent and accurate that Pope quotation will play very well with Al Qaeda which are now vowing to wage their holy jihad against Pope. The other very interesting news was that Pope statement has united the Iraqis which will be a disaster for US occupation military.

This is my first entry on Pope after reading the hatred against Islam and Muslim on the media and blogs.

The people who are spreading hatred against Islam and Muslims because of their ignorance and lack of information should know that Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Egypt has very large number of Christians living there peacefully without facing any violence or threats due to Pope’s stupid quote. There are Christians in the whole Middle East countries who did not get targeted nor did face any threat to their lives and properties. Don’t make the issue of couple of Churches burning in Gaza and killing of one Italian Nun in Somalia to create more division among Christians and Muslims.

Pope is hypocrite. My latest post on Pope.

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At U.N., Bush to focus on democracy in Middle East. Headline Yahoo News.

Posted by QB on September 18, 2006

Bush UN General Assembly agenda include shoring democracies in Iraq, Palestine and Iranian nuclear issue. The problem is that US does not support the real democracies where they don’t get the results according their own liking and support. US government and CIA start creating chaos to topple down the governments who do not support all their oppressive policies. Hugo Chavez the popular democratically elected President of Venezuela is one good example of US not accepting the will of majority of Venezuelan people and trying to bring Hugo Chavez down by supporting the corrupt politicians who are more interested in protecting the rich and big US corporations. These corrupt politicians get the funding from US so they can have the government which support all their policies without any criticism.

Hamas win the democratic election in Palestine which is labeled “terrorist organization” rejecting the results and the will of people. The fact is that US with its European allies punished the poor Palestinians for electing Hamas by immediately seizing all the aid. I was surprised with this result and try to find out the reasons why Hamas was elected. The reasons were pretty simple that Palestinians were fed up with the corruption of Palestinian Authorities and they elected Hamas because the social and welfare work done by this organization for the poor people.

Khatami the moderate Iranian President lost election to Ahmadinejad because US has become the constant threat to the region. Iranian rejected the Khatami’s moderate polices and elected Ahmadinejad in very fair democratic election which again is not acceptable to Bush administration because he is critical of US foreign policies.

Bush does not support the democracies they support the rulers who go along with their oppressive policies. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain,Qatar, UAE, Kuwait are are oppressive regimes with US support. It will be interesting and really funny to watch Bush UN General Assembly address.

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