WND reports that talk show host, Rusty Humphries, conducted an interview with seven gun-toting members of the Islamic terrorist group, Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, led by Ala Sanakreh, the Al Aqsa leader in the area. You can read the whole interview here, but I wanted to include some excerpts to show you what these guys really believe. They are not saying this for the interviewer, they really believe this stuff:
Humphries: I have studied history and the Temple Mount … was that not built by King Herod for the Jews?
Unnamed Terrorist #1: In what period of history?
Humphries: You had the first temple built by King Solomon, the second temple built by King Herod …
Unnamed Terrorist #1: We would rather not enter into this religious debate because we can’t hurt one’s religion. Some Jews say that they were promised by God to have the state of Israel – this is nonsense, and God never promised them. They falsified history.
Humphries: So the Bible is not correct then?
Unnamed Terrorist #1: I have historical proof the Bible and the New Testament were falsified.
Humphries: I was in the City of David yesterday and went down to the water and the tunnels but does that not prove that King David existed?
Unnamed Terrorist #1: I do not know the answer, I do not know the answer.
Monica Lewinsky an Israeli agent? AIDS/homosexuality killed Arafat?
Humphries: I have heard this rumor: Jews sent Monica Lewinsky to Bill Clinton so they could run the country? True or false?
Sanakreh: Of course.
Humphries: That is true?
Sanakreh: Yes. OK.
Humphries: Did Jews send the planes to the World Trade Center to start that war against Muslims in America?
Unnamed Terrorist #2: 5,000 Israelis that were in the World Trade Center were evacuated.
Humphries: OK, so the answer to that is yes?
Unnamed Terrorist #2: Yes, and we heard that the Israelis told the U.S. that something will take place in a few hours the day of the attacks.
Humphries: Yasser Arafat died because of poisoning or natural causes?
Sanakreh: The president died of poison.
Humphries: Now I have heard that it is possible, it’s one of those things that people said, that he died of homosexuality and AIDS.
Sanakreh: This is not true! If someone says this we will cut his head!
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Gary,>>I thought you’d be interested in a book by Professor Robert Pape called “Dying To Win,” a detailed investigation into suicide terrorists since 1980. His work dispells many commonly held beliefs. Such as:>>FACT: Suicide terrorism is not primarily a product of Islamic fundamentalism.>>FACT: The world’s leading practitioners of suicide terrorism are the Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka–a secular, Marxist-Leninist group drawn from Hindu families.>>FACT: Ninety-five percent of suicide terrorist attacks occur as part of coherent campaigns organized by large militant organizations with significant public support.>>FACT: Every suicide terrorist campaign has had a clear goal that is secular and political: to compel a modern democracy to withdraw military forces from the territory that the terrorists view as their homeland. >>FACT: Al-Qaeda fits the above pattern. Although Saudi Arabia is not under American military occupation per se, one major objective of al-Qaeda is the expulsion of U.S. troops from the Persian Gulf region, and as a result there have been repeated attacks by terrorists loyal to Osama bin Laden against American troops in Saudi Arabia and the region as a whole.>>FACT: Despite their rhetoric, democracies–including the United States–have routinely made concessions to suicide terrorists. Suicide terrorism is on the rise because terrorists have learned that it’s effective.>>He also concluded that since 1980, there have been 13 terrorist bombing “campaigns” that commenced and ended over a period of time. Seven of these campaigns, according to the Professor, have resulted in gains for the terrorists. Six have not.>>Which also shines a bright light on those who believe that what’s taking place in France now is related to fundamentalist Islam (it’s not) or some kind of intifada (it’s not).>>Both the WSJ and The Economist (not exactly known for their leftist leanings) draw the same conclusion: second-generation Muslims in France are socially and economically isolated. France has created a resentful underclass.>>Howard
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