Wednesday, October 15, 2008


British man pleads guilty to failed bomb attackPosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 8:14amA 22-year-old man has pleaded guilty to attempting a suicide bomb attack on a family restaurant. Nicky Reilly pleaded guilty at a London court Wednesday to attempted murder and engaging in preparation for terrorism by researching how to make bombs. Full Story

British government minister warns of terror threatPosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 8:15amThe threat of another major terrorist attack is building in Britain, a government security minister said Tuesday, a day after the House of Lords rejected a measure that would have extended the amount of time police can hold terror suspects without charge. Full Story

Iceland slashes rates, seeks Russian help in crisisPosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 8:16amIceland's central bank slashed interest rates on Wednesday and officials pursued efforts to get help from Russia in tackling the worst economic crisis in the island's history. Full Story

Turkish plane 'hijacker' subduedPosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 8:21amA hijacker who tried to take over a Turkish Airlines plane has been overpowered by fellow passengers, officials say. They say the passengers on board the plane flying from Antalya to St Petersburg, Russia, quickly subdued the man, who claimed to have a bomb. Full Story

Caracas banks hit by Lehman failurePosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 10:34amWhile stock markets all over the world were ravaged in recent weeks, there was one oasis of calm: Venezuelas tiny exchange, cosseted by capital controls, actually rose slightly on days where historic losses were being recorded elsewhere. But a handful of local banks and broker-dealers are facing serious losses, particularly after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and some may even share a similar fate. Collectively, banks may have been left holding as much as $400m (290m, #230m) in structured notes guaranteed by the US bank. Full Story

Argentina fails to strike deal on national airlinePosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 10:35amArgentinas government, which is seeking to re-nationalise its flag carrier Aerolineas Argentinas, failed on Tuesday to reach agreement with Spanish owners Marsans on how much the troubled company is worth. With the airline crippled by debts of $890m and staff strikes, Marsans agreed in July to sell up at a mutually agreed price, but stark differences over what the loss-making company is worth have raised the prospect of a prolonged battle for control. Full Story

2 Killed on Thai-Cambodian BorderPosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 10:37amThai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged rocket and rifle fire for about an hour on Wednesday, according to reports from the scene, threatening to escalate a tense confrontation at the border over a disputed 900-year-old mountaintop temple. At least two Cambodian soldiers were reported killed. Several hundred soldiers from both sides have faced each other at the border since July, when Unesco, the United Nations agency, approved Cambodias request to have the temple named a World Heritage Site. Full Story

Saudi Arabia: Executions Rose in 2007Posted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 10:39amThe number of people executed in Saudi Arabia quadrupled last year, according to a report released Tuesday by Amnesty International. At least 158 people were executed in the kingdom in 2007, compared with 39 in 2006, Amnesty reported. The report also said that about half of the 1,695 people known to have been executed in the kingdom over the past 23 years were citizens of foreign countries, mostly workers from developing countries like Somalia and Sudan. Full Story

Venezuela: Protests at PrisonsPosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 10:40amThousands of relatives of inmates staged sit-in protests on Tuesday in prisons across the country to protest poor conditions and the abuse of inmates. Hundreds of inmates die each year in prison violence. This has fueled complaints that President Hugo Chavez has done too little to stem crime and improve the judicial system, which often allows people to languish in prison for years without a trial. Full Story

Italy: Mafia Threat InvestigatedPosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 10:41amThe Naples anti-Mafia prosecutor opened an investigation on Tuesday into new death threats against a muckraking journalist after a police informant revealed that the Mafia intended to kill him by Christmas. The warning of threats against the journalist, Roberto Saviano, 29, came from a police informant connected to the Casalesi organized-crime family, news reports said. Full Story

37 Rebels, 6 Soldiers Killed In Latest Sri Lanka FightingPosted on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 10:41amHeavy fighting broke out across Sri Lanka's northern area of Kilinochchi, leaving 37 Tamil Tiger rebels and six soldiers dead, the defense ministry said Wednesday. It said 34 rebels and 25 soldiers were also wounded in the fierce fighting that took place on several fronts Tuesday. Full Story

Top Philippine court rejects Muslim autonomy dealPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 8:00amThe Philippine Supreme Court threw out on Tuesday a proposed accord to grant minority Muslims expanded autonomy after Christian protests and renewed fighting convinced the government to abandon the deal.

The court had already blocked the planned Aug. 5 signing of the agreement after Christian politicians in the main southern region of Mindanao, scene of a decades-long Muslim rebellion, claimed it violated the constitution and could lead to the partition of the Philippines.

The move angered Moro Islamic Liberation Front guerrillas, who went on a rampage Aug. 18, shooting or hacking to death at least 37 people in several southern towns. The violence prompted President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to suspend the autonomy talks. Full Story

China, Russia unveil boundary markersPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 8:02amChina and Russia have jointly unveiled boundary markers in a final step toward resolving a territorial dispute along their eastern border. The two Cold War rivals battled over the frontier in the '60s and '70s, but have agreed to a settlement under which Russia will reportedly return 67 square miles (174 square kilometers) of territory to China. Tuesday's ceremony that included diplomats, the military, police and local officials followed an exchange of documents affirming the border agreement, the official Xinhua News Agency said. Full Story

Dozens dead in latest Sri Lanka fightingPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 8:04amThe Sri Lankan army said Tuesday it has killed 38 Tamil Tiger rebels involved in a fierce counter-attack in the island's war-torn north. The defence ministry said its troops fought pitched battles and beat back rebel assaults along several fronts in the north on Monday. It said three government soldiers died in the fighting. There was no comment from the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), who are battling a government push to dismantle their northern mini-state. Full Story

Afghan bomb kills nine civiliansPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 8:05amA bomb blew up a small bus in Afghanistan on Tuesday killing nine civilians, two of them children, while Taliban assassinated a senior provincial government official, authorities said. Another six civilians were wounded in the bomb blast in the southern province of Uruzgan, provincial police chief Juma Gul Hemat said. He blamed the attack on the "enemies of Afghanistan", a phrase that usually means insurgents from the Taliban, an Islamic group that was in government between 1996 and 2001. Full Story

48 killed in road accidents in IndiaPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 8:07amA series of road accidents killed at least 48 people and injured another 64 in north and northeastern India on Tuesday, government officials and police said. At least 20 people were killed in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand when the bus they were traveling in fell into a 500-foot-deep (152-meter-deep) gorge, Amit Chandola, a government spokesman told Associated Press. The bus was carrying about 40 passengers and plunged as the driver tried to negotiate a turn on the curving mountain road, he said, adding that 20 people have been rescued so far. Full Story

Terror cell 'sought revenge' for Nahr al-Bared defeatPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:21amA "terrorist" cell said to have been behind three bomb attacks in Lebanon was seeking revenge for the army's victory over an extremist Islamist group last year, a security official said on Monday. Full Story

Panel endorses new law on Constitutional CouncilPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:22amParliament's Administration and Justice Committee on Monday canceled interviews with 74 candidates for the Constitutional Council and decided to endorse a draft law concerning the council recently submitted by Justice Minister Ibrahim Najjar. Full Story

Bassil says some Lebanese have helped terroristsPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:23amTelecommunications Minister Jebran Bassil on Monday accused Lebanese citizens and security officials of financing terror. Bassil, a member of General Michel Aoun's Free Patriotic Movement, told supporters in Batroun "there are Lebanese citizens who financed, through foreigners, terror in the North ... Officials with some Lebanese security agencies collaborated with [terrorists] and provided political and security cover for them under the pretext of confronting factional groups and establishing factional balance." Full Story

Arab Israeli arrested for driving on Jewish holidayPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:24amIsraeli police arrested an Arab Israeli man who drove his car during the Yom Kippur holiday in an incident which sparked four nights of rioting in the northern town of Acre, police said on Tuesday. "Tawfik Jamal was remanded in custody for three days for reckless endangerment and harming religious sensitivities," said police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld. Full Story

Israeli official says Livni closer to PM postPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:25amPrime Minister-designate Tzipi Livni's Kadima Party initialed a partial agreement Monday on bringing the Labor Party into a new governing coalition, but several issues remained to be settled before a formal pact, a Labor official said. Livni also will need to attract support from smaller parties to form a new government to replace the one headed by former Kadima leader Ehud Olmert, who resigned as prime minister under the cloud of a corruption investigation. Full Story

Israels Leading Parties Sign a Draft Agreement to Form a New GovernmentPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:27amThe main partners in Israels departing government, the Kadima Party of Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and the Labor Party of Defense Minister Ehud Barak, signed a draft coalition agreement on Monday, moving Ms. Livni an important step closer to forming a new government, representatives of the parties said. Full Story

Sovereign Funds Now Prefer Hoarding Cash to Rescuing U.S. Financial FirmsPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:28amDont expect Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds to jump on the bailout bandwagon. Given the recent volatility in the stock markets, some large sovereign wealth funds have been hoarding cash, much like the hedge funds and institutional investment funds that have been running for cover. Full Story

Iran Interfering in U.S.-Iraq Security PactPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:29amThe commander of U.S. forces in Iraq said Sunday that American intelligence reports suggest Iran has attempted to bribe Iraqi lawmakers in an effort to derail a bilateral agreement that would allow U.S. troops to remain in Iraq after the end of this year. Full Story

Immediate measures to deal with Christians displacementPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:30amThe Iraqi Premier Nouri al-Maliki on Sunday said that his government will take immediate measures to solve problems that Christians face in Mosul city, referring that he will order to provide protection to them, but without specifying when. Full Story

Syria to open embassy in LebanonPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 9:33amThe Hamas government in Gaza said on Tuesday it will not permit thousands of protesting teachers to return to work. The West Bank-based teachers union called for a strike in Gaza in August, which was widely seen as an attempt to disrupt daily life in Gaza and weaken Hamas. Full Story

US Consulate in Mexico guarded after attackPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 10:29amAdditional police guarded the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey on Monday as investigators analyzed a security video in search of assailants who shot at the building and threw a grenade that failed to explode. Two men attacked the consulate in northern Mexico about midnight Saturday when it was closed, the consulate said in a statement. Nobody was hurt in the assault, which left the gate pockmarked. Six spent .45-caliber casings were found at the scene.

Anger over dams on Amazon tributaryPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 10:39amIt is quiet here on the wrong side of progress. Hot wind blows dust across the dry bluffs. The brown river runs wide and placid.In his painted wooden skiff, Francisco Evangelista de Abreu, a fisherman, motors up-current. Two river dolphins crest and submerge. His mind is elsewhere. The dam is coming.Full_Story

Evo Morales to Andean SummitPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 10:43amBolivian President Evo Morales leaves for the Ecuadorian city of Guayaquil Tuesday to attend a meeting of the Andean Community of Nations (CAN), which is facing one of its worst crises ever. Morales yesterday highlighted the importance of that new top level meeting for the discussion of agreements with the European Union (EU).Full_Story

Cuba looks at foods, energyPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 10:48amnder the theme "Foods and Energy in the 21st Century," the 11th edition of the International Conference on Food Sciences and Technology (CICTA-11) begins Tuesday. Parallel to this event, starting today through October 17 at the Havana's Conference Center, is the Fourth Latin American and Caribbean Meeting on Cacao and Chocolate. Full_Story

Oil Contract Scandal Snares Peru Energy MinisterPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 10:53amPeru's energy minister has resigned over allegations that key government officials were accepting kickbacks in exchange for steering lucrative oil contracts to a Norwegian-based company.Energy Minister Juan Valdivia quit Monday, one day after a local television program aired a audiotape of a conversation between Alberto Quimper, a high-ranking official in the state energy agency Perupetro, and a member in President Alan Garcia's APRA political party.Full_Story

Mexico peso strengthens, stocks go up on U.S. planPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 10:57amMexico's peso strengthened on Tuesday and stocks soared as a U.S. plan to inject $250 billion into troubled banks helped break the ice in credit markets, emboldening investors to return to emerging markets. The peso MEX01 firmed 0.83 percent to 12.3 per dollar, marking its second day of gains after being battered for eight straight sessions, while the IPC stock index .MXX jumped 3.76 percent 22,925 points.Full_Story

Journalists targeted in latest Mexico drug violencePosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 11:00amAs drug-related violence continues to worsen across the border in Mexico, journalists are being increasingly targeted. Mexico's widening war with drugs has claimed more than 3,000 lives this year alone. On Sunday, assailants opened fire on the US consulate in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey, reports the Associated Press. Nobody was injured in that attack, but on Saturday gunmen killed six young men at a family party in the gang-plagued Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez, reports AP.Full_Story

Left-leaning president's election gives hope to landless ParaguayansPosted on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 at 1:46pmOn the edge of a farm here, Rogelio Silva, a peasant organizer, looked out over the half-dozen tents where his Paraguayan compatriots were cooking soup over a campfire. Near the roadside, two banners tied between trees expressed a common sentiment in Paraguay's agricultural heartland these days."Get out, Brazilians," one read."Land or death," read another.Peasant farmers, emboldened by the election of Fernando Lugo as president in April, have been invading dozens of farms along the border with Brazil. They say that Paraguayan land is being occupied illegally by Brazilian farmers, and that corrupt officials have allowed these outsiders to acquire land for decades.Full_Story

Bomb hits school bus in PakistanPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 6:08amAt least eight people were killed when roadside bomb exploded close to a prison van and a school bus in north-western Pakistan, officials say. Full Story

Police: Blast in Pakistan's capital wounds 9Posted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 6:09amAn explosives-laden vehicle rammed an anti-terrorist squad building Thursday in a part of Islamabad that houses several police facilities, wounding at least nine people, officials said. Full Story

Sri Lanka minister survives blastPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 7:20amA suspected suicide bomber in Sri Lanka has killed at least one person in an attack apparently targeting a government minister, officials say. Full Story

Taiwan says president to meet China officialPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 8:27amChina's top negotiator on Taiwan will meet the island's president for the first time, a Taipei official said on Thursday, in what would be a further sign of improved relations between the diplomatic rivals. The two sides would also sign deals on regular flights and direct cargo shipments, P.K. Chiang, Taiwan's top negotiator on China policy, told Reuters. Chen Yunlin, head of China's Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait, would meet President Ma Ying-jeou in Taiwan at the end of October or at the beginning of November, Chiang said. Full Story

3 Asian central banks slash interest ratesPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 8:29amSouth Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong all slashed interest rates Thursday, joining in a chorus of cuts by central banks around the world aimed at fighting the global financial crisis. The moves follow Wednesday's coordinated rate reductions led by the U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank. China's central bank also cut rates Wednesday, thought did not say if it was part of the joint action. Investors generally cheered the moves, although stock market gains faded as trading progressed and investors reassessed the severe strains on credit markets. Full Story

Protesters reported beaten, detained in ChinaPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 8:30amPolice have beaten and detained protesters holding a rally in southern China to seek compensation for damaged property, an activist group said Thursday. Human Rights in China said in a statement that more than 500 police and paramilitary police clashed Wednesday with hundreds of village protesters in rural Sanjiang Town in Guangdong province's Xinhui District. It said the protest followed a typhoon which collapsed the local dam, damaging farmland, fish ponds and farm property. Villagers blamed government officials for illegally selling and removing trees around the dam, which may have caused it to collapse, the group said. Full Story

Thai court drops charges against protest leadersPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 8:32amA Thai court dropped charges of insurrection Thursday against the main leaders of a protest movement bidding to topple the government, two days after the worst street unrest in Bangkok for years. The decision by the Appeals Court opens the way for them to surrender -- as they have promised to do -- but offers no long-term solution to the political turmoil hobbling the country. It followed Tuesday's clashes between police and protesters which left two people dead and hundreds injured, and left negotiations between the two sides in tatters. Full Story

US, Vietnam reach cargo Open Skies pactPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 8:34amFormer enemies turned trade partners the United States and Vietnam have agreed to lift restrictions on air cargo routes between the two countries, the US embassy said in a statement on Wednesday. The Open Skies pact for all-freight services, initialled Tuesday during a visit by a US delegation but yet to be formally signed, removes restrictions on carrying cargo to or from third countries, the statement said. "The agreement will strengthen and expand our already strong trade and tourism links with Vietnam and provide benefits to American and Vietnamese cargo carriers and to shippers while preserving our commitments to aviation safety and security," the US embassy said. Full Story

'Yom Kippur riot' in Israeli cityPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 9:14amRiots have broken out in the mixed city of Acre, reportedly triggered when an Israeli Arab man drove his car during the Yom Kippur religious holiday. Full Story

Roadside bomb kills senior Shiite lawmakerPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 9:17amTwo Shiite lawmakers say a senior member of anti-U.S. cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's movement has died of wounds suffered in a roadside bombing in Baghdad. Officials say Thursday's explosion occurred as Saleh al-Auqaeili's car passed about 200 yards (meters) away from an Iraqi army checkpoint in a heavily secured area near Baghdad's main Shiite district of Sadr City. Full Story

Iraq elections likely coming in early 2009Posted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 9:27amIraq's presidency council passed a critical law Wednesday to organize provincial elections that were originally scheduled for Oct. 1 and now are likely to be held sometime early next year. Approval of the law fulfills a major U.S. government benchmark and marks an important advance in the political sphere, which has lagged behind improvements in security. Full Story

Iraq offers free returns for its Syrian refugeesPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 9:27amThe Iraqi embassy in Damascus is organizing free journeys for refugees who want to return from Syria  the second such project in as many years  though two days into the campaign Wednesday, there have been no takers. A large black banner plastered on the wall of the embassy urged Iraqis to register to return home. Similar posters have been placed on religious centers and offices of Iraqi parties in Damascus. Full Story

Syria says 2 missing Americans arrestedPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 9:29amTwo American journalists who went missing during a vacation in Lebanon eight days ago were arrested Thursday in Syria after they crossed the Lebanese-Syrian border with the help of smugglers, Syrian officials said. Holli Chmela, 27, and Taylor Luck, 23 were detained after they crossed into the country, the Syrian foreign ministry said. It said the two will be handed over to the U.S. Embassy following a completion of "necessary measures." Full Story

Hamas ready to discuss electionsPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 9:31amHamas officials in Cairo say they will meet representatives of the rival Fatah movement this month to discuss the timing of fresh Palestinian elections. Senior officials from Hamas, the militant movement in control of Gaza, made the announcement after talks with Egypt's intelligence chief in Cairo. Full Story

Iraq: Bomb Kills Senior Shiite LawmakerPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 10:04amA bomb struck a convoy carrying lawmakers loyal to anti-U.S. cleric Muqtada al-Sadr on Thursday in Baghdad, killing a prominent member of the Shiite bloc, officials said. Full Story

Glasgow Doctors Planned Car-Bomb Terrorism Campaign, Jury ToldPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 10:40amTwo doctors on trial for planting car bombs in central London and later attacking Glasgow airport aimed to perpetrate a campaign of terror attacks, prosecutors told a British jury today. Full Story

Snap election called in UkrainePosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 10:41amPresident Viktor Yushchenko of Ukraine has dissolved parliament weeks after the collapse of the country's ruling pro-Western coalition. Full Story

European shares rally after interventionPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 10:42amMost global stock markets have rallied after investors absorbed news of a co-ordinated interest rate cut. Banking shares helped to push the UK's FTSE 100 index 1.7% higher while France's Cac index climbed 2.7% and Germany's Dax index added 1.9%. Full Story

German exports slump in downturnPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 10:47amGerman exports suffered their biggest annual fall for five years in August in a clear sign that the global financial crisis is hitting the real economy. The world's biggest exporter of goods saw year-on-year exports fall by 2.5%. Full Story

Alleged leaders of 6 Imperial Valley-based drug rings indictedPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 11:05amFederal authorities Wednesday announced indictments against the alleged leaders of six drug distribution rings charged with transporting cocaine and methamphetamine for one of Mexico's largest drug cartels. Thirty-five people face smuggling and conspiracy charges in what authorities described as a trafficking network based in the Imperial Valley. About $20 million in drugs and cash were seized during the 18-month investigation, according to federal prosecutors. Full Story

Spain increases security before national dayPosted on Thursday, October 9, 2008 at 11:24amSpain increased security across the country before its national day on Sunday because of the threat of an attack by Basque separatist group ETA, a top interior ministry official said Wednesday. Full Story

Courtesy Terrorism Research Center, Inc.


1976, the FBI's Chicago Field Office prepared a summary which described the activities of the Weather Underground Organization, also known as Weathermen. This organization described itself as a revolutionary organization of communist men and women. The FBI's analysis of its motivations, beliefs, and international travels are outlined in this summary.
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1960's Michigan Coed: William Ayers 1965 Gang Rape [WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE]FrontPageMagazine & WorldNetDaily ^ 2008-10-08, 2006-01-04 Donna Run & Aaron Klein
I read occasionally of former Weatherman Bill Ayers and his wife Bernardine Dohrn, both now not only accepted, despite their bombing campaign against America in the 1960s and 70s, but successful , establishment educators whose opinions on social issues are taken seriously. Every time I see Ayers’ name I shudder with fear and rage and realize that I will never be able to erase the mark he left on my life one evening 40 years ago.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

جوانان ایران به جهانیان فریاد می زنند که:
اسلام یک دین اهریمنی است.
ما فهمیده ایم که محمد رسول الله یک دین اهریمنی و یک فرهنگ اهریمنی خلق کرده و مادر و دخترانش فاحشه بوده.
اکنون محمد رسول الله در جهنم است.
Iranian young people shout to all world peoples: Islam is a Satanic religion.We understand, "Mohammed messenger of Allah" has created a satanic religion and he has created a savagery culture .his mother was prostitute, and his girl was prostitute. Now "Mohammed messenger of Allah" is in the Hell.
صيحه الشباب الإيراني إلى جميع شعوب العالم : الاسلام هو الدين شيطانيه. ونحن نفهم ، "محمد رسول الله" قد اوجد شيطانيه الدين وقال انه قد أوجد ثقافة وحشية. والدته كانت عاهره ، وكان له فتاة عاهره. الان "محمد رسول الله" هو في الجحيم.
Ирански младежи Да за всички народи светът: Ислямът е религия сатанински. Ние разбираме, "Мохамед месинджър на Аллах" е създала в сатанински религия, а той е създал savagery култура. майка му е била проститутка, а момичето си е проститутка. Сега "Мохамед месинджър на Аллах" е в ада.
Translation: English » Chinese
伊朗的年轻人喊向所有世界人民:伊斯兰是一个撒旦的宗教。 据我们了解, “穆罕默德真主使者”创造了撒旦的宗教和他创造了一个野蛮的文化。 他的母亲是妓女,和他的女童被妓女。 现在“穆罕默德真主使者”是在地狱。
Translation: English » Chinese (Traditional)
伊朗的年輕人喊向所有世界人民:伊斯蘭是一個撒旦的宗教。 據我們了解, “穆罕默德真主使者”創造了撒旦的宗教和他創造了一個野蠻的文化。 他的母親是妓女,和他的女童被妓女。 現在“穆罕默德真主使者”是在地獄。
Translation: English » Croatian
Iranska mladih ljudi vikati na svim narodima svijeta: Islam je religija Satanic. Razumijemo, "Mohammed glasnik Allah" je stvorio satanic religije i on je stvorio savagery kulture. njegova majka bila prostitutka, i njegova djevojka je bila prostitutka. Sada "Mohammed glasnik Allah" je u Hell.

Translation: English » Czech

Íránský mladé lidi křičet, aby všechny národy světa: Islám je Satanské náboženství. Chápeme, "Mohammed posel Allah" vytvořila ďábelský náboženství a on vytvořil divokost kultury. Jeho matka byla prostitutka, a jeho dívka byla prostitutka. Nyní "Mohammed posel Alláh" je v pekle.

Translation: English » Danish

Iranske unge råbe til alle verdens folkeslag: Islam er en Sataniske religion. Vi kan forstå, "Mohammed budbringer af Allah" har lavet en sataniske religion, og han har skabt en grusomhed kultur. hans mor var prostitueret, og hans pige var prostitueret. Now "Mohammed budbringer af Allah" er i Helvede.

Translation: English » Dutch

Iraanse jongeren schreeuwen om alle volkeren ter wereld: de islam is een religie Satanic. We begrijpen, "Mohammed boodschapper van Allah" heeft een satanische religie en hij heeft een barbarij cultuur. zijn moeder was prostituee, en zijn meisje was prostituee. Nu "Mohammed boodschapper van Allah" is in de hel.

کير خر آغشته به سنده خوک تو کس ننه هرچي مسلمان نماز خوان ، هم شيعه هم سني