Aug 02 2007

What The Terrorists Have Said

Published by at 9:01 am under All General Discussions,Bin Laden/GWOT

Every American needs to read this compendium of what al-Qaeda and al-Qaeda inspired or allied terrorists have said in their own words over the years. A small sample:

Shehzad Tanweer, one of the London bombers, July 8, 2006 (the first anniversary of the London bombings):

We are 100% committed to the cause of Islam. We love death the way you love life. I tell all you British citizens to stop your support to your lying British government, and to the so-called “war on terror,” and ask yourselves, why would thousands of men be willing to give their lives for the cause of Muslims?[11]

Mohsen Rezai, Iranian Expediency Council Secretary, June 8, 2006:

America seems so big, but in fact is like a paper tiger—even the slightest tremor could easily make it crumple and disappear. That’s why America’s strength depends upon maintaining its hegemony.[12]

Osama bin Laden, leader of al-Qaeda, April 23, 2006:

The West created the United Nations to defend their unjust doctrine. America and Europe consid ers the Jihadi groups in Palestine, Chechnia, Iraq and Afghanistan as Terrorists, so how can we dia logue with them without the use of weapons. And the leaders of our region considers America and Europe as friends and allies, and consider the Jihadi groups against the Crusaders Terrorist groups, so how can we have an understanding with them, without weapons? The UN is an infidel organi zation, and whomever accepts its ruling is also an infidel. It is a tool to execute the Crusader and Zionist decisions against Muslims.[13]

Instead of relying on biased media spin, just read the terrorists’ statements and come to your own conclusions. And note to the Surrendercrats – if you crumple in fear the terrorists will have been proven right.

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4 Responses to “What The Terrorists Have Said”

  1. lurker9876 says:


    I am close to finishing up Bat Ye’or’s book, “Islam and Dhimmitude”. Her writings of Christians basically appeasing to the Muslims through their actions, decisions, opinions by becoming “Arabized” put me to shame and really should put many to shame.

    Case in point:

    Reax from the general Christian base with a few exception to the South Koreans captured by the Talibans, especially when the South Koreans begging USA and Afghanistan for flexibility.

    Of course, Bat Ye’or described the apathy towards the Christian base in the Southern Lebanon back in the early 90’s. Today? Hizbollah has taken over the southern Lebanon.

    Even Christians of Eastern Europe were persecuted and forced to silence and denials of their persecution in the last decade.

    Post WWII saw intentional disinformation and concealment of the truths about the Islam relition.

    Now we see Robert Spencer and Enrelberger being threatened.

    Bat Ye’or points out that such appeasement, arabization, apathy among the Christians as well as attempts to separate themselves from the Jews as enemies would threaten (or add to the threats) the Western Civilization.

    Am afraid she’s right unless the light bulbs finally click in our brains.

  2. lurker9876 says:

    Well, AJStrata, you’ll have to fix the underscore tags.

    It is Enrenfeld. Sorry.

    Now we see Guiliani and Thompson closely matching Clinton in the polls. The trend may be changing to favor the GOP in ’08, especially if the surge continues to go well.

  3. Terrye says:


    I feel awful for the South Koreans hostages in Afghanistan, but South Korea did not contribute more than a couple of hundred people to the cause of fighting the Taliban and the people who went over there are well aware of the fact that missionary work there is dangerous.

    I am not saying we should not help them, in fact if a rescue is possible we should rescue them, but we should not give into the hostage takers. It will only encourage them to take more people and use them to make demands.

  4. Terrye says:

    And there is no way we are becoming Arabized. I have read Spencer’s work and while I agree with some of what he says, he goes off the deep end. If half of what he says is true, then we are wasting our time in both Afghanistan and Iraq because the people there would have to be considered a lost cause.