Mar 23 2008

Taliban Atrocities Result In Expulsion From Islam In Pakistan

Published by at 4:16 pm under All General Discussions,Pakistan

Update: Steve Schippert from Threats Watch passed along a new link for the story – thanks Steve! – end update

Update: It seems the story I linked to has been pulled down and replaced. Here it is in cache. Anyway, I was not the only one to notice the story. – end update

Well, what will the Surrendercrats and SurrenderMedia do with the news that Taliban atrocities (and those of al-Qaeda as well) have resulted in 73 sects of Islam issuing a fatwa declaring the Taliban are now “out of Islam”:

The alleged militant group familiarly known as “Taliban” was declared “out of Islam” by 73 different sects of Muslims through an edict (Fatwa) circulated in parts of the narrow tribal strip of Darra Adamkhel.

The edict in Urdu language was circulated on behalf of Mufti Zainul Aabideen on Friday night. The one page edict focuses on Talibans’s terrorists’ acts in the area, particularly slaughtering of human beings and suicide attacks.

It is for the first time that a religious scholar declared “Taliban” as being “out of Islam.” The edict said that all the acts of Taliban are against the basic norms of Islam and humanity. “Even the Taliban leaders are considering themselves and their directives as superior to true Islamic principles and directives as ordained by Almighty Allah,” the edict said.

This rejection of the massacring of humans in general, and fellow Muslim would seem to be an even worse sin, is a signal the Taliban and al-Qaeda are creating the same local backlash they did in Iraq. Pakistan’s tribal areas, as well as Afghanistan’s portion of this region, are starting to realize al-Qaeda and their brethren in the Taliban are not the future of Islam, but the enemy. And this has come about because America pressed these Islamo Fascists in their own lands, which caused them to expose their true evil through their atrocities against humanity. This would never have come about through appeasement and just letting the movements grow in popularity and support. I came about because of the tough and hard policies of George W Bush.

And only one candidate in 2008 will ensure this pressure on the fascist terrorists continues. Only one candidate is not promising to let up and surrender our gains from the last 5-7 years to these thugs. Only McCain promises to continue to press the war on terror instead of running from our responsibilities and our opportunities to show al-Qaed and the Taliban for what they are, and from this see the continued rejection of their violent and warped views of Islam spread across the Muslim community.

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “Taliban Atrocities Result In Expulsion From Islam In Pakistan”

  1. kathie says:

    Great news AJ……you have to wonder how the dems can say we are less safe. DO THEY READ?

  2. clarice says:

    This is what I get at that link:

    Rival Palestinian factions agree to talk

    SANAA (AFP) – Rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah reached a Yemeni-brokered deal on Sunday to open their first direct talks since the Islamists’ bloody seizure of the Gaza Strip nine months ago.
    Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh said he was ready to host the dialogue from early April but warned that negotiations to reach a detailed reconciliation accord would be “difficult”. The so-called Sanaa Declaration was signed by Fatah parliamentary leader Azzam al-Ahmed and Hamas number two Mussa Abu Marzuk.
    It aims to end the bitter standoff between the long-time rivals since Hamas drove forces loyal to the Fatah party of Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas out of Gaza in a week of deadly street battles last June. The plan, which calls for a return to the status quo that existed before Hamas’ seizure of the impoverished territory, had looked doomed just days ago.
    “The two movements Hamas and Fatah have agreed to accept the Yemeni initiative as a framework for dialogue between the two movements and a return of the Palestinian situation to what it was before the events in Gaza,” the declaration said. The text, read to journalists by Yemeni Foreign Minister Abu Bakr al-Kurbi, said the dialogue also aimed to “reconfirm the unity of the Palestinian homeland in terms of its land, people and the Palestinian Authority.” As well as the restoration of the national unity government in power before the Hamas takeover and the re-establishment of the Palestinian leadership’s authority over Gaza, the Yemeni initiative also provides for early elections. “The agreement will begin to help build trust between Fatah and Hamas and the rest of the Palestinian factions,” said Saleh, adding that the deal would be discussed at the upcoming Arab summit.
    “What was signed here today will be included in the agenda of the Arab League meeting in Damascus. God willing, it will become an Arab initiative rather than a Yemeni one,” said the president. There was no immediate comment from Abbas’ administration, whose power base remains limited to the occupied West Bank. In Gaza City, Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri confirmed the agreement but stressed it was only a framework. “That means it is a framework for dialogue and not a set of preconditions for implementation. The dialogue will focus on Palestinian situation, and not only in Gaza,” he told AFP.
    The humanitarian situation in Gaza has become increasingly precarious because of a punishing Israeli blockade on the tiny enclave of 1.5 million people sandwiched between Israel, Egypt and the Mediterranean Sea.
    Israel has been negotiating only with the Abbas administration since peace talks were revived at a US conference in late November, although they have made little headway since.
    But it refuses to engage in talks with Hamas, which is pledged to the destruction of the Jewish state and is branded a terrorist group by Israel and the West.

  3. crosspatch says:

    All we are saying is “give war a chance”.

    Sometimes, war IS the answer. Really.

  4. coral says:

    just think how much better off we would be had we placed our attention on Afganistan and Pakistan in the first place rather than
    in IRAQ.

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