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Hezbollah leader on Charlie Hebdo: ‘Extremists more offensive to Islam than cartoons’


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Published time: January 10, 2015 08:33
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Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.(Reuters / Hasan

Islamic extremists following a ‘takfiri’ ideology are more offensive to the Prophet Mohammed than Western satirical cartoons, chief of the Lebanese military faction Hezbollah, Hasan Nasrallah, said following the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack.

"The behavior of the takfiri groups that claim to follow Islam have distorted Islam, the Koran and the Muslim nation more than Islam’s enemies ... who insulted the prophet in films... or drew cartoons of the prophet," the Hezbollah leader said in a televised speech to mark the birthday of the Prophet Mohammed, according to Lebanon’s Daily Star.

Militant Islam practices a ‘takfiri’ doctrine that allows it to brand other Muslims apostates for allegedly going against the faith’s true teachings.

A tragic attack on Wednesday took the lives of 12 people, when armed gunmen stormed the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, prompting a citywide manhunt. The magazine had printed cartoons that mocked the Prophet.

Nasrallah went on to say that “Takfiris are the biggest threat to Islam, as a religion [and] as a message.”

The Charlie Hebdo terror attack should be taken as “revenge for the honor” of Islam’s prophet, according to a source allegedly belonging to Yemen’s branch of Al-Qaeda, who wrote to several news outlets with the message.

The reaction to the attack was one of global outrage, both in the Christian and Muslim worlds. Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi sent his condolences to President Hollande, saying, “terrorism is an international phenomenon that should be faced and terminated through joint international effort.”

Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu also spoke out against radical Islam, calling the incident “a murderous attack on free expression” and an indication “of the disdain of radical Islam for the values we hold dear.”

The Israeli PM drew parallels between the Paris massacre and rocket attacks on Israeli cities by the Palestinian Islamist group, Hamas.

Hamas released a statement in French on Saturday, in which it also condemned the Charlie Hebdo attack.

“Differences of opinion and thought cannot justify murder," the group said in a statement, cited by AFP.

Hamas also slammed Netanyahu for his “desperate attempts… to make a connection between our movement and the resistance of our people on the one hand and global terrorism on the other.”

Similar comments came from the Palestinian authority, who called the attack a “heinous crime.”

As for Lebanon’s own government, Prime Minister Tamman Salam has condemned Wednesday’s actions as an “unacceptable and unjustifiable terrorist act.”

The manhunt for the Charlie Hebdo terror attack suspects, Cherif and Said Kouachi, ended dramatically on Friday. Both were killed in a shootout with police in Dammartin-en-Goele northeast of Paris, while one policeman was injured. A worker who was taken hostage by the attackers was freed.

However, other hostage situations in France arose promptly, with at least one carried out by accomplices of the Kouachis.

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Friday that he is not ruling out the possibility of more terrorist attacks against the country.
Hasan is a great leader. Lebanon is in good hands. Doesn't guarantee good things are coming to them but it's something good to have up your sleeve.

lol at Hootenanny's "free expression" bit. I sincerely hope he has his day at the ICC. I get high blood pressure just looking at his villainous face.
(01-11-2015 06:42 AM)rezin Wrote: [ -> ]Hasan is a great leader. Lebanon is in good hands. Doesn't guarantee good things are coming to them but it's something good to have up your sleeve.

lol at Hootenanny's "free expression" bit. I sincerely hope he has his day at the ICC. I get high blood pressure just looking at his villainous face.

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This begs the question; 'Who Benefits?'

If the shooters were indeed who we are told they are, they would have to be pretty dumb not to think this would cause a backlash against them.

'Who benefits' from this?
I know next to nothing about this incident.

Qui Bono?
imo, cui bono = those interested in increasing 'anti-terror' laws, those interested in increasing police/surveillance, those interested in increasing the 'war on terror', keeping people afraid of Muslims, and those interested in justifying the general western political agendas.

'Jihad' groups will gain nothing from this except backlash. If it really was a terrorist move, it was a really, really dumb one.
what was teh result of osama "bombing the twin towers?"

complete anglo-zionist takeover of the middleeast.

people need to THINK.
(01-12-2015 12:36 AM)Masato Toys Wrote: [ -> ]This begs the question; 'Who Benefits?'

If the shooters were indeed who we are told they are, they would have to be pretty dumb not to think this would cause a backlash against them.

'Who benefits' from this?

This was written before they killed the suspects.

Quote:WEEKEND EDITION JANUARY 9-11, 2015

Blowback in the Heart of Europe

Killing Charlie: Cui Bono?

by PEPE ESCOBAR

Putin did it. Sorry, he didn’t. In the end, it was not Russia “aggression” that attacked the heart of Europe. It was a pro-style jihadi commando. Cui bono?

Careful planning and preparation; Kalashnikovs; rocket-propelled grenade launcher; balaclavas; sand-colored ammunition vest stuffed with spare magazines; army boots; piece of cake escape in a black Citroen. And the icing on the lethal cake; faultless Paris-based logistical support to pull that off. A former top French military commander, Frederic Gallois, has stressed the perfect application of “urban guerrilla technique” (where are those notorious Western counter-terrorism “experts” when one needs them?)

They might have spoken perfect French; others said it was broken French. Anyway, what matters is that they uttered the magic word; “We’re al-Qaeda.” Better yet; they told a man in the street, “Tell the media that this is al-Qaeda in Yemen”, which means, in American terror terminology, al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula (AQAP), which had Charlie Hebdo’s editor/cartoonist Stephane Charbonnier (“Charb”) on a hit list duly promoted by AQAP’s glossy magazine Inspire. Accusation: “Insulting the Prophet Mohammed.”

And just to make sure everyone had the perpetrators implanted on their brain, the killers also said, “Allahu Akbar”; “We have killed Charlie Hebdo”; and “We have avenged the Prophet.”

Case closed? Well, it took only a few hours for French police to identify the (usual?) suspects; French-Algerian brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi. The third man – the driver of the black Citroen, 18-year-old Hamyd Mourad – then turned himself in with an ironclad alibi. So the third man remains a cipher.

They all wore balaclavas. The Kouachi brothers have not been captured. But the police seem to know very well who they are. Because they found an abandoned ID in the black Citroen (oh, the troubles of being a command in a rush …) How come they didn’t know anything before the carnage?

Right on cue, Cherif Kouachi’s bio was splattered all over. He was on a global watch list. Along with six others, he was sentenced in May 2008 to 3 years in prison for “terrorism”; in fact unloading a dozen young Frenchmen via madrassas in
escobarchaosEgypt and Syria to none other than Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the killed-by-an-American-missile former head of Al-Qaeda in Iraq and the spiritual father of Daesh/ISIS/ISIL.

Also right on clue, a full narrative was ready for mass consumption. The key point; French police privileges the hypothesis of “Islamic terrorism”. According to their “experts”, this could be an attack “ordered from abroad and executed by jihadis coming back from Syria that have escaped us”, or it could be “suburban idiots that radicalized themselves and concocted this military attack in the name of al-Qaeda.”

Scrap option two, please; this was a pro job. And staying with option one, this points right at – what else – blowback. Yes, they could be Daesh/ISIS/ISIL mercenaries trained by NATO (crucially, France included) in Turkey and/or Jordan. But it might get even false-flag nastier. They could also be former or current French special forces.

Blast Islam, will travel

Predictably, Islamofascism peddlers are already having a field day/week/month/year. For simpletons/trolls/hordes exhibiting an IQ worthy of sub-zoology, when in doubt, demonize Islam. It’s so convenient to forget that untold millions from Pakistan’s tribal areas to street markets across Iraq continue to feel pain devastating their hearts and lives as they are expendable victims of the jihadi mindset – or “Kalashnikov culture”, as it is known in Pakistan – profiting the “West”, directly or indirectly, for decades now. Think ritual droning of Pakistani, Yemeni, Syrian, Iraqi or Libyan civilians. Think Sadr City witnessing carnages over 10 times worse than Paris.

What French President Francois Hollande defined as “an act of exceptional barbarism” – and it is – does not apply when the “West”, France in the front line, from King Sarko to General Hollande himself, weaponizes, trains and remote-controls assorted mercenaries/beheaders from Libya to Syria. Oh yeah; killing civilians in Tripoli or Aleppo is perfectly all right. But don’t do that in Paris.

So this, in the heart of Europe, is what blowback feels like. This is what people feel in the Waziristans when a wedding party is incinerated by a Hellfire missile. In parallel, it’s absolutely impossible that the oh so sophisticated Western intel network had not seen blowback coming – and was impotent to prevent it (how come the scapegoats du jour, the Kouachi brothers, were not in the gallows?)

Of course the ultra-elaborate Western counter-terrorism expert network – so proficient at strip-teasing us all at every airport – saw it coming; but in shadow warland, portmanteau “al-Qaeda” and its myriad declinations, including “renegade” Daesh/ISIS/ISIL, are used as much as a mercenary army as a convenient domestic threat “against our freedoms”.

Who profits?

US Think Tankland, also predictably, is busy spinning the drama of an “intra-Muslim” split which provides jihadis a lot of geopolitical space to exploit – all this sucking the Western world into a Muslim civil war. This is absolutely ridiculous. The Empire of Chaos, already during the 70s, was busy cultivating jihadi/Kalashnikov culture to fight anything from the USSR to nationalist movements all across the Global South. Divide and Rule has always been used to fan the flames “intra-Islam”, from the Clinton administration getting cozy with the Taliban to the Cheney regime – helped by Persian Gulf vassals – advancing the sectarian Sunni/Shi’ite schism.

Cui bono, then, with killing Charlie? Only those whose agenda is to demonize Islam. Not even a bunch of brainwashed fanatics would pull off the Charlie carnage to show people who accuse them of being barbarians that they are, in fact, barbarians. French intel at least has concluded that this is no underwear bomber stunt. This is a pro job. That happens to take place just a few days after France recognizes Palestinian statehood. And just a few days after General Hollande demanded the lifting of sanctions against the Russian “threat”.

The Masters of the Universe who pull the real levers of the Empire of Chaos are freaking out with the systemic chaos in the racket they so far had the illusion of controlling. Make no mistake – the Empire of Chaos will do what it can to exploit the post-Charlie environment – be it blowback or false flag.

The Obama administration is already mobilizing the UN Security Council. The FBI is “helping” with the French investigation. And as an Italian analyst memorably put it, jihadis don’t attack a vulture hedge fund; they attack a satirical rag. This is not religion; this is hardcore geopolitics. Reminds me of David Bowie: “This is not rock’n roll. This is suicide.”

The Obama administration is already mobilized to offer “protection” – Mob-style – to a Western Europe that is just, only just, starting to be diffident of the pre-fabricated Russian “threat”. And just as it happens, when the Empire of Chaos mostly needs it, evil “terra” once again rears its ugly head.

And yes, I am Charlie. Not only because they made us laugh; but because they were sacrificial lambs in a much nastier, gruesome, never-ending shadowplay.
Quote:And officials in the New York City Police Department and other law enforcement personnel across the United States were alerted to a new threat from ISIS after the terror group released a video message Saturday to its followers.

An ISIS spokesman, Abu Mohammed al Adnani, told followers to "rise up and kill intelligence officers, police officers, soldiers and civilians," and specifically named the United States, France, Australia and Canada as targets, according to a memo CNN has obtained.
^ Was that memo written by the CIA. Yes it was.
Quote:and specifically named the United States, France, Australia and Canada as targets, according to a memo CNN has obtained.

key part to watch out for
(01-12-2015 01:29 PM)rezin Wrote: [ -> ]^ Was that memo written by the CIA. Yes it was.

your av reminds me of this.



What it should remind you of is this:


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