Saturday, April 01, 2006

Internet Jihad has started too!

The Jihadists are working hard on all fronts. The latest front appears to be the WorldWideWeb!
They have just launched a website appropriately called Ya Mohammed to revive the flagging Cartoon Jihad.

In an interview with the political reporter of the Iranian News Agency Mehr, one of the managers of the Ya Mohammed website said that the site was launched as part of the "Internet Jihad to fight against the front of blasphemy" and "as a broad protest against the insults of the Western media."

It should be noted that the site is registered and operated by proxy in the U.S.
The following are excerpts from the Mehr report:

In Sep, 30, 2005, a Danish journal has published some offensive caricatures of Prophet Mohammad (pbuh). This...has hurt the feelings of more than 1.5 billions Muslims around the world....As Muslim students from all around the world, we announce that we are against these ridiculous caricatures of the last prophet of God and strictly condemn this deed. We believe that any offend (sic) to religious sacredness and human beliefs in any way and for any excuse, is unforgivable.

Our intention in establishing this site is to make the whole world hear our voice of protest....We evaluate the publication of the offensive cartoon and photographs of the prophet Mohammed (PBUH) by some western Medias in parallel with their goals. Needless to say that prophet Mohammed (PBUH) has more than 1.5 milliard (sic: you're not French, are you?) followers across the world.

Our demands: (here we go...)

1. Punishment of those all who published the offensive cartoon of the last messenger of God, prophet Mohammed (PBUH).

2. Formal apology of the nations in which this action has been committed and/or the governments that supported the publication of these offensives.

3. Having the western nations to ensure to prevent the similar awkward actions through passing laws and some other necessary ways.

4. Termination of the occupying of the Islamic countries, quitting and trialing the occupiers as soon as possible.

5. Termination of all terrorist and destructive actions against Muslims and Islamic identities across the world which is executed by the secret services and intelligent services of the countries which like to begin wars. Governmental terrorism should be stopped.

6. Removal of any discrimination and religion-based restrictions from the European and American Muslim residents which are in conflict with the primary human rights and individual freedom of human beings.

7. Termination of the poisonous and false propagation about Islam and Muslims, and stopping the process of the distortion of the Islamic principles.

8. Elimination of the formal and informal limits for the propagation of Islamic beliefs and providing freedom for Islamic research by all people.
Anything else?

16 Comments:

Anonymous Debbie said...

Wow. They don't want much do they? They could have summed up all their demands into one, "Surrender to us now completely!". That would have covered it.

I say, Never surrender, never retreat!

(puke be upon them)

2:25 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Still..they are learning to make good use of internet!
In every possible way, unfortunately!

2:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's wrong with theire site? I dont get it !

3:27 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Nothing is wrong with their site! All you have to do is to click on the link "Ya Mohammed". ;)

3:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So what! WTF are you trying to do? Close that site? What do you mean by "It should be noted that the site is registered and operated by proxy in the U.S."? it should not be there?!!
When you idiots can not take an online virtual protest, you actually push them to continue their protest in the streets.
I still don’t see any thing wrong about that site.

10:23 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Are you scared if they take their protest to the streets? Don't worry, we'll defend you.
Remember, Anonymous, Freedom is a right, Religion is a choice!
Freedom of expression is as vital as the air we breathe. In the 18th century a Polish Catholic bishop and a poet, count Ignacy Krasicki wrote "True virtue is not afraid of satire".

11:17 PM  
Anonymous Debbie said...

I'm not sure religion is a 'choice' for Muslim/Arabs. They are born into it and it is their life style, their government, their everything. They live, breath, eat, die Islam.

Yes they can choose to leave Islam, but only under threat of death. That's not much of a choice.

But I do understand what you mean. I am a Christian and I was born to a Christian family. Christianity does 'guide' the way I act every day. But no one is threatening to kill me if I don't pray a certain number of times a day or if I decide to convert to any other religion.

I have the choice to pray as many or as few times a day as I want, or to be in a continuous spirit of prayer, and to pray for whoever or whatever I want. Like friends or enemies.

It must be very oppressive to be born in an Arab world under the heavy burden of Islam.

I'm thankful I was not born that way.

And yes, many of the jihadi internet sites are based in the United States. I have posted on this once, but Americans don't seem too worried about it.

Debbie

11:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is wrong with you? Are they not free to express their protest too?!

I'm not scared at all! I'm just trying to be reasonable.

12:18 AM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Now you are being reasonable! They are certainly free to express their protest, but we also want to be free to express ourselves. It's called freedom of expression in the western world. But if you pay attention to that website I asked you to click, you will see that THEY want to limit (to put it mildly) OUR freedom of expression, my dear Anonymous! Yours and mine...and we don't want that, do we?

12:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I won't let any one to take my freedom from me. I will even fight for it, I really will.
But if their prophet is important to them, why did we have to make fun of him?
In all religions, the prophets are important to the people that revere them
so why do we have to publish those cartons?
What would have happen if those cartoons were not ever published?

I agree with them that "A group of corrupt politicians in today’s world, who are followers of lunatic decisions of voracious capitalists, tend to put the world into war and terrorism."

Aren't you trying to limit their freedom just because you don't like them? Is that site breaking any US law?!

12:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What the fuck? freedom? are we free to talk about George W. Bush too?

why do I have to keep posting Anonymous in my own country?

That is ridiculous, my sister was going to be arrested once just because she though that Bush is not a good president!

2:05 PM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Of course we are free to talk about George W. Bush! Anytime. Everybody does. Sorry to hear about your sister...
And let me ask you the same question: why do you have to post Anonymous in your country? I don't understand.

2:58 PM  
Blogger sugiero said...

Linking terrorism to islam was done long before the cartoons were made. The problem is not the cartoons but the reason why they were drawn like that. Read these 3 articles:
1.-Muslims in Europe Foster Conflict, Not Coexistence
2.-Allah Treated Us Mercifully When He Did Not Stop the Blood in the Veins of the Jews and Christians So They Protected Us after 9/11

3.-Muslim Teachers are Spreading Hatred of the Infidel West Among Immigrant Muslim Children

"...the image of the Arab Muslim in the European lexicon has become: a terrorist who murders without a conscience or any human feeling..."

"As a result of these actions... millions of the new generation of Muslims in Europe have become a source of fear and anxiety for decision-makers in European countries."


Warning for muslims: two depictions of Muhammed in the following link.

Muslims in Europe Foster Conflict Instead of Coexistence

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