Skip to comments.Islamist Video: First We Conquer Somalia, Then On to Conquer Spain!
Posted on 04/03/2009 6:24:24 PM PDT by Cindy
April 03, 2009
Think Islamist extremists don't have their eyes on conquering Europe? Think again.
This video produced by Ibnul Akwa links the recent successes of Shabaab in Somalia and of al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb in Eastern North Africa with the eventual reconquista of Spain.
There's nothing original here...
(Excerpt) Read more at mypetjawa.mu.nu ...
Didn’t the Muslims conquer most of Europe (and Spain)in the 8th century? They are slowly doing it again in my opinion.
They already have Spain and Britain.
And part of yugoslavia. France, germany, and BENELUX will be next.
Strategically chokes off all water entries to the Med....and thus Israel. East Africa. Gibraltar...
Muslims are reconquista spain, and the spanish are reconqista american southwest.
Dont worry a line in the sand has been drawn south of Somalia called AfriCom. It only got a blip in the press and some hell was raised by code pink when it was announced. We were worried about the influence of communist china in the region as much as they were about terrorism.
OUR TROOPS ARE THE BEST!
Indeed. Like Ben Yusef from the great movie El Cid-
I wonder if indeed the Islamification of Europe is in fact God’s justice for Europe’s secularization and rejection of Christianity. And we in the U.S. seem to be following Europe’s lead. God please have mercy upon us.
Can it really be considered "conquering" when it is just turned over to you?
Hmmm...a work accident?
“Report: Shabaab leader wounded in Mogadishu explosion”
By BILL ROGGIO
May 20, 2009 9:58 PM
SNIPPET: “The leader of Al Shabaab is reported to have been wounded and possibly killed in what appears to be an accidental explosion at a safe house outside Mogadishu.
Ahmed Abdi Aw Mohamed, the reclusive spiritual leader of the radical al Qaeda-linked terror group, was seriously wounded in the explosion on May 17. He is reportedly being treated at a hospital in northern Mogadishu, according to Garowe Online. Another source, Waaga Cusub, a Toronto-based Somali website aligned with the Hawiye clan in Mogadishu, speculated that Mohamed may have been killed, although the report has not been confirmed.
Eleven Shabaab fighters and three or four “foreign fighters” were killed in the incident. One report indicated that three Pakistanis were among those killed. After the incident, Shabaab fighters immediately cordoned the home and prevented witnesses from getting near the site, making confirmation difficult.
Mohamed, who is also known as Sheikh Mukhtar Abu Zubayr and Godane, is reported to have been hosting a meeting of senior Shabaab commanders when the explosion occurred. No other senior leaders have been reported killed or wounded.”
May 27, 2013
Special Dispatch No.5313
“Taliban Magazine ‘Azan’ Calls For Jihad To Retake Andalus*”
SNIPPET: “A new English-language magazine along the lines of Al-Qaeda’s Inspire, published by the Taliban in the Afghanistan-Pakistan border region, seeks to recruit Muslim youth to the jihadi cause with calls for assassinating U.S. President Barack Obama, appeals to Islamic hackers to defeat the drone technology, and encrypted email contact information, and seeks to turn the attention of young potential jihadis to Andalus.*
The magazine, Azan, was released through a Pakistani online jihadi forum by the “Taliban in Khurasan,” “Kurasan” denoting the Afghanistan-Pakistan region.”
SNIPPET: “*In the Islamic perception, “Andalus” refers to the Iberian Peninsula, which includes today’s Spain, Portugal and parts of southeast France.”
SNIPPET: “The magazine also presents decrees by Imam Al-Ghazzali and Imam Tartushi aimed at persuading Muslim youths that retaking Andalus in the present time and fighting against Muslim rulers who support non-Muslim governments is a religious duty.”
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