Tuesday, January 30, 2007

The conspiracy theory

I know I know, you've all heard it before, the real Saddam was not the one who was hanged but rather it was a duplicate and all that crap.
But nonetheless here are some interesting details, for all the fans who love a good conspiracy theory.


Bill Gates and the Saudis

And Saudi women in particular:

Microsoft CEO Bill Gates told the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland that if Saudi Arabia would utilize "half of country's talents" (i.e. women), the country would be a competitive economic force in the world by in 2010.

Oh how dare he, I mean to mention the Saudi women in public and in front of all these men, oh what a dishonor, and moreover to even think about them as working women is just despicable.
I'm afraid we would soon hear voices calling for a way to wipe away this horrible shame inflicted on Saudi women.
And what better way than blood for that matter?


Nasrallah: Vengeance for Slain Martyrs Will Be Against U.S.

Not the March 14 movement.

The logic? ehh, well looks like the March 14 movement are slaves and mercenaries of the grand master the U.S.
It came in a fiery speech in which he lashed out at Bush.


Sunday, January 28, 2007


I previously mentioned that there is a lot of lobbying these days in the Egyptian media against the Shi'its and Iran as part of the hostility erupted between Sunnis and Shi'its.

Well today the escalation reached another level, with the largest distributed state controlled paper "Al-Ahram" quoting on its first page a diplomatic source (anonymous of course) that the abduction and killing of Egypt's first ambassador to Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein some two years ago was actually the work of the Iranian intelligence, who wanted to send a clear message that it will not tolerate any influence for Egypt and any Sunni country for that matter in Iraq.


Saturday, January 27, 2007

Why God always a male!!!

Really, Almost in all cultures and religions, God is a male, no existence for female Goddess, or even a neutral God/Goddess, except maybe Christianity which made a female super sacred (I am talking here about major religions)

That question came to me when I read that Mufti "The biggest religious man in Egypt" that women can be a judge, a minster, etc. BUT NOT A PRESIDENT!!!!!!

They funny thing, we can't even have another male president!!! and he is talking about a female!!

I am sure we still have a long way to go before we call our selves as civilized nation!!

Good Luck!!



Well, BP is ashamed to announce this to his English readers, but I think everybody should know.

The story from the beginning:
A month ago, a renounced Islamic writer called Mohamed Omara published a book with the authorization of the minister for religious affairs, in this book Omara quoted an old Muslim cleric "Sheikh Elghazaly" in a fatwa saying that Christians are non-believers, and that it is the right for Muslims to shed their blood and possess their properties.
And the book was published as such, until Egyptian Christians (Copts) started making noise and a case was filed at the public prosecutor against Mr. Omara and the Minister citing spreading of hatred and disrupting national unity. Copts said that this was an invitation to kill and steal Christians.
Anyway, later on the fanatic Mr. Omara published a lame apology in the Coptic paper called "Wattani" claiming that he quoted the old cleric without properly revising his work, and these were not his opinions regarding Copts and so.
Then the Minister for religious affairs also produced an apology and orders were made to collect all printed version of this book and another version is to be printed without this paragraph.

All this is not what BP and every moderate Egyptian is ashamed of, what is really scary is that the weekly paper "Elfagr" conducted a poll on its website asking if readers agree with the original Fatwa regarding Christians or not, and the results were:

- 56.5% Yes
- 38% No
- 5.4% No comment

Surprised? Well I'm not.


Friday, January 26, 2007

Hezbolla's version of a united Lebanon

Another brilliant Cairo Freeze.


Another proof

On the Sunni-Shi'ats struggle, came yesterday from Beirut university:

At least three people were killed and dozens were injured in the clashes before army troops backed by tanks and firing barrages of warning shots into the air dispersed most rioters. The military then declared Beirut's first curfew since 1996.
But the fallout reaches far beyond the final casualty count. The sudden melee, sparked by a cafeteria scuffle between pro-government Sunni Muslims and pro-Hezbollah Shiites, reinforced fears that Lebanon's confessional divides are breaking into violence as they did during the 1975-1990 civil war.

And the worst is yet to come.


Wednesday, January 24, 2007


In case you are wondering it's for "Mecca Mean Time".
This guy is convinced that Mecca is the center of the universe and he has all the scientific evidence to prove it.
And he's asking to abolish GMT and replace it with the only and true reference MMT.

Sure why not, I have heard crazier things


Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Muslims unhappy over "24" show.

How true!!


Behold the next war in the middle east.

It is out in the open now people, the next war in the mid-east (whether it is a cold war or not remains to be seen), it is Sunnis against Shi'ats.
With the Sunnis backed up by the 6 Arab gulf states along with Egypt and Jordan which happens to be all pro-American, and of course the Shi'ats are backed by Iran.
The war started long ago in Iraq, where everyday a 100 or so people die from both camps.
And it is rapidly moving towards Lebanon where a general strike began today called by the opposition lead by Hezbollah against the pro-western government. And it was a bloody start with 15 people wounded in the morning hours.
But I think it is about to escalate even more and here are my reasons:

- Secretary of state Rise was in the region last week and met with delegates of the now called 6+2+1 countries (6 gulf states, 2 for Egypt and Jordan, and USA) aiming at stopping Iran's influence in Iraq and the region.
- All of the sudden Egypt, Jordan and some gulf states realized that they have a severe energy problem and they all need to start building nuclear reactors for future energy needs!
- In an interview with former Hezbollah Secretary general he clearly stated that Hezbollah is part of Iranian intelligence.
In KSA a lot of clerics are calling Shi'ats as non-believers and the government stating that it will interfere in Iraq if the killing of Sunnis continue.
- In Egypt there has been some serious lobbying recently against Iran and the Shi'ats both domestically and internationally:

* Egyptian foreign minister Aboul Gheit, was in Turkey (another big Sunni country) and was talking tough saying that Egypt will not stand by watching the Iranians becoming a nuclear power.
* Pakistani president Musharaf is in Egypt to hold talks with Mubarak.
* Sheikh Youssef Elqaradawi is accusing Iran of spreading Shi'ism in Sunni countries.
* Al-Azhar president criticizes distribution of Shi'a books in Egypt.

So forget the Zionists and the Imperialists and watch out for the Shi'ats.


Sentencing in KSA

This (arabic link) is just hilarious:

A judge in KSA has sentenced a drug user to memorizing the Quran instead of serving six months in prison!

So reading and memorizing the Quran now is a punishment?


The definition of stupidity.

How funny is that:

Three men have been arrested for allegedly stealing global positioning systems mistaken for mobile phones.
Fourteen GPS systems were stolen last week from a warehouse in Babylon, New York. They were to be used to help the city council track its lorries.
Police remotely activated the systems after the theft which lead them to the home of one of the alleged culprits.

I can't comment I'm down on the floor laughing my ass off.


Saturday, January 20, 2007

Friday, January 19, 2007

Another misunderstanding

The Australian cleric who called on Muslim parents to be prepare their children to become Martyrs, is now backing up saying -typically- that his words were misunderstood:

"The jihad I speak of is not one of violence," he told The Australian newspaper from his home in Lebanon. "It is one of personal struggle against things like mischievousness, temptation and personal harm.

As for calling Jews as pigs he admits it but regrets it:

Mohammed also retracted comments in which he ridiculed Jews as pigs, saying they were made in reaction to the release of photographs showing bloody clashes between Israelis and Palestinians in 2002.
"That remark was made in the heat of the moment and I regret it," he was quoted as saying. "It was not something I should have said and is not something I believe."

Now I truly think the real reason for backing up is this:

Australian federal police have said they will investigate whether a radical Muslim cleric who encouraged children to become religious martyrs should face criminal charges.

I say make an example of him, bring his ass from Lebanon and put him on trial and send him away, so to stop people like him from giving hate speeches and then saying " please don't hurt me I was misunderstood".
But the damage has already occurred.


Thursday, January 18, 2007

Practicing religion in space

Okay, I am sure if it is telepathy or not.
I was chatting with a relative of mine discussing life matters when he pointed out what if people started to live in space, how they will behalf.

Then he mentioned that Muslims will have some challenges about praying, which direction will they pray for and how they fast, based on Sunset and sunrise on the moon.
His point was, we should be thinking forward!!!
Religion should be flexible, but according to most Mulisms, they say Quran is for all ages, so can you give me an answer.
What I am sure of, in Quran, is there any mention about prayers direction and sunset and sunrise fasting.

However, the reason I say it is telepathy is, I just found the same idea on a different blog http://arabsinspace.blogspot.com/

Man, don't you love blogging, it is a different world.

What's wrong Aussies?

For the second time this week an Australian Muslim cleric is in the midst of controversy.
This one called on children to be prepared for martyrdom and ridiculed the Jews as pigs (what's new they all call the Jews pigs and Christians as apes).
So after the "uncovered meat" and calling non-Muslim Aussies as the descents of convicts who came in shackles, we now have this:

Sheikh Feiz Mohammed, head of the Global Islamic Youth Centre in Sydney, urged children to become martyrs for Islam and mocked Jewish people as pigs.

"Teach them this," he says, "that there is nothing more beloved to me than wanting to die as a Muhajid.
"Put in their soft, tender heart the zeal of jihad and the love of martyrdom."

And what is the government doing about this?

The Australian government has condemned a Muslim cleric for making offensive comments in videotaped lectures.

Ahh, how nice they condemned the comments. I'm sure that will certainly stop all the hate speeches which are coming from Australia!
People wake up and start probing the matter, and why these incidents are becoming more frequent, or do you have to wait for your own 9/11 or 7/7 god forbids?


Tuesday, January 16, 2007


I am really sick and tired of what I hear of should I say forced to hear.
I need an answer from any one who will read this blog and the question will go like this:
If you are a Muslim, what word Kuffar means?


If you are non Muslim, do you have similar word in your religion?
I know this is not a new question but I need help in this!


Egypt religion minister bans face veil for some employees

Well Mr. minister, brace yourself as the gates of hell is bound to open in your face:

"I totally reject the appointment of fully veiled women working as counselors meant to guide people in religious matters," minister Hamdy Zaqzuq told the daily Al-Masri Al-Youm newspaper on Monday.

The minister said fully veiled women working as counselors would just promote "the culture of the niqab".
"The niqab is a matter of custom and not the faith -- it has nothing to do with the religion," he added.

Is it just me or anybody else think this country is finally doing something right?


Stepping up the crackdown

The Egyptian government is stepping up its crackdown on the financial arm of the MBs, with more detentions:

Six senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been remanded in custody in Egypt, it has emerged.
Five are wealthy businessmen who are believed to have financed the Islamist organisation. The detentions took place on Sunday.

More more more.


Egypt to launch first remote sensing satellite

Well Egyptian officials say it's for scientific research, but everyone knows it's a spy satellite:

The Israeli daily Yediot Aharanot described the device as a "spy satellite" that is expected to include Israel in its orbital path.

Better late then never I say.


Saturday, January 13, 2007

My Hibernation

I know I haven't done any blogging for ages, but I was in hiberante time over Xmas, New year, etc.
I guess Wadorf is mad, and I don't only think, he said it clearly one day.

"You are not doing your job Statler!!!!!" said Waldorf.

So, I decided to come out of my hibernation and start blogging again.


Friday, January 12, 2007

Would you shut the **** up?

The great Mufti of Australia (the uncovered meat sheikh) is back in the news again with more outrages comments:

Sheikh Taj el-Din al-Hilali said Muslim Australians had more right to live in the country than white Australians whose descendents arrived as convicts.

"The Anglo-Saxons arrived in Australia in shackles," he said. "We (Muslims) came as free people. We bought our own tickets. We are entitled to Australia more than they are".

Seriously, why is the Australian government keeping this guy there? Deport him right away but please don't send him back home to Egypt, god knows we have enough of those.
I hear the good people of Afghanistan are in short of a grand Mufti, he would fit the job just perfectly.


Mubarak says Brotherhood is threat to security

Music to my ears:

CAIRO (Reuters) - President Hosni Mubarak said the Muslim Brotherhood poses a threat to Egypt's security because the country would face isolation in the world if the Islamist movement became more powerful.

In an interview released on Thursday, he said people would leave Egypt with their money, investment would stop and unemployment rise if the Brotherhood -- the country's strongest opposition group -- gained in influence.

So what is he doing about it? Crackdown crackdown:

The authorities are carrying out one of their regular crackdowns on the Brotherhood, which the government refuses to recognize despite its electoral successes.

About damn time I say. God knows they left them long enough to infiltrate into most of ordinary Egyptian lives through universities, unions and finally parliament.
They use their unlimited finances to attract people by offering them help in the sort of money, medical treatment and educational services, so I always say the first thing should be done is to probe who is financing the MBs.
Anyone else smell oil money?


Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Coming this spring, Imam Mahdi!

The long awaited for Imam Mahdi is due to make his appearance by springtime, to wipe out all sorts of oppression in our world.
Oh well at least that's what an official state media website in Iran thinks:

An official state media website in Iran has posted a message heralding the coming of the Shiite messianic figure, Imam Mahdi, noting he could arrive with Jesus by the spring equinox.
"Imam Mahdi (may God hasten his reappearance) will appear all of a sudden on the world scene with a voice from the skies announcing his reappearance at the holy Ka'ba in Mecca," the message says.

The guy will come in full action he will form an army and defeat all enemies of Islam:

The Mahdi's far sightedness and firmness in the face of mischievous elements will strike awe. After his uprising from Mecca all of Arabia will be submit to him and then other parts of the world as he marches upon Iraq and established his seat of global government in the city of Kufa.
Then the Imam will send 10 thousand of his forces to the east and west to uproot the oppressors. At this time God will facilitate things for him and lands will come under his control one after the other. ...

And watch out he's not coming alone, he's bringing with him his most fierce lieutenant "Jesus Christ"!!! (Is this really a wise choice? He never fought a single battle!!)

The Iranian series also claims the Mahdi will reappear on Earth with Jesus: "We read in the book Tazkarat ol-Olia, 'the Mahdi will come with Jesus son of Mary accompanying him.' ... Imam Mahdi will be the leader while Prophet Jesus will act as his lieutenant in the struggle against oppression and establishment of justice in the world. Jesus had himself given the tidings of the coming of God's last messenger and will see Mohammad's ideals materialize in the time of the Mahdi."

The rest of the article suggests that no other than the Iranian president Ahmadinejad might very well be the Mahdi as he gets visions from heaven and while addressing the United Nations last year there was a mysterious light cast on him which he said came from heaven!!

In a videotaped meeting with Ayatollah Javadi-Amoli in Tehran, Ahmadinejad discussed candidly a strange, paranormal experience he had while addressing the United Nations in New York last September.
He recounts how he found himself bathed in light throughout the speech. But this wasn't the light directed at the podium by the U.N. and television cameras. It was, he said, a light from heaven.

And the guy even has a witness to what he is saying:

The Iranian president recalled being told about it by one of his delegation: "When you began with the words 'in the name of Allah,' I saw a light coming, surrounding you and protecting you to the end."
Ahmadinejad agreed that he sensed the same thing.
"On the last day when I was speaking, one of our group told me that when I started to say 'Bismillah Muhammad,' he saw a green light come from around me, and I was placed inside this aura," he says. "I felt it myself. I felt that the atmosphere suddenly changed, and for those 27 or 28 minutes, all the leaders of the world did not blink. When I say they didn't move an eyelid, I'm not exaggerating. They were looking as if a hand was holding them there, and had just opened their eyes – Alhamdulillah!"

OK So we now know who the Mahdi might be so what about Jesus Christ? Any ideas?
All bets are on!


Monday, January 01, 2007

Muslim haj pilgrims perform devil-stoning ritual

And who is the biggest devil on earth that took most of the stoning?
America, who else!

"The number one Satan is America," said Iraqi pilgrim Suleiman Awadallah, who described himself as "a resistance fighter", after performing the stoning ritual.

"The prayers of all Muslims when they cast their stones at the devil must be directed at (U.S. President George) Bush and his devilish allies in America and the Arab world."

Ahmed al-Dosary from Kuwait agreed. "I prayed for myself, my family and for the end of the main evil, the United States."