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    12/10/2009 1:25:58 PM PST · by freedomyes · 88 replies · 3,606+ views
    TownHall ^ | Dec 10 09 | J. Grant Swank, Jr.
    “In a startling disclosure from an exchange at an East London mosque, Imam Abdul Makin and a leading Muslim lawyer have supported the killing and raping of non-Muslims, declaring all non-Muslims as guilty and subject to lethal abuse.”
  • When Silence Is Not Golden ...(Are we the dumbest people on Gods earth ?)

    07/02/2007 4:20:37 AM PDT · by IrishMike · 9 replies · 1,295+ views
    In the last few years more than 7,000 bomb attacks have ripped apart human bodies and buildings. Islamic extremists have perpetrated all of these horrendous acts. They are intent on sending their message of terror deep into the hearts of everyone. Have you ever wondered why the peaceful Muslims do not speak out about this? Consider: What if Jewish extremists had blown up tens of thousands of innocent people? Or what if Christian extremists had done the same thing? Wouldnt there be an angry outcry from the Jews and Christians against these madmen? Wouldnt rabbis and pastors be on national...
  • US Right Turns On Blair For Being 'Soft On Terror'

    07/24/2005 6:29:43 PM PDT · by blam · 26 replies · 835+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 7-25-2005 | Alec Russell
    US Right turns on Blair for being 'soft on terror' By Alec Russell in Washington (Filed: 25/07/2005) The American Right, for four years a fount of rapturous praise for Tony Blair, is showing signs of falling out of love with Britain over what it sees as its soft and ineffective record on terrorism. The July 7 bombings prompted outpourings of sympathy from Americans. But the media coverage of the bombings was marked by a tone of frustration at London's record of tolerance for Islamist preachers. This has intensified on the Right in the wake of Thursday's botched attacks. Two prominent...
  • David Yeagley's comments on the London Bombings

    07/07/2005 7:27:27 PM PDT · by FlyingHellfish · 42 replies · 1,000+ views
    David Yeagley's Bad Eagle Blog ^ | July 7, 2005 | David Yeagley
    No Confidence from the Bad Eagle Journal London was attacked today by murderers. July 7, 2005, the media spins the story with the usual politically correct misnomers, such as "terrorists, "suicide bombers," "Islamic extremists" (or just "religious" extremists), instead of calling them what they are--demonic murderers. These evil killers, these grotesque misanthropes, these satanic slaughterers, get a nominal press pass every time, no matter whom, where, when, or how many innocents they kill. Why, it's not slaughter, it's "terrorism." Emergence services carry a woman into an ambulance at Kings Cross Train Station after multiple explosions rocked the capital in London,...
  • (Council on American-Islamic Relations) CAIR Condemns 'Barbaric' London Terror Attacks

    07/07/2005 12:34:02 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 64 replies · 2,261+ views
    CAIR-net dot org ^ | 7-7-05 | Ibrahim Hooper
    News Releases Thursday, July 07, 2005 CAIR Condemns 'Barbaric' London Terror Attacks (WASHINGTON, D.C., 7/7/05) - A prominent national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group today condemned this morning's bomb attacks in London as "barbaric crimes." In its statement, the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) said: "We join Americans of all faiths, and all people of conscience worldwide, in condemning these barbaric crimes that can never be justified or excused. American Muslims offer their sincere condolences to the loved ones of those who were killed or injured in today's attacks and call for the swift apprehension and punishment of...
  • Blair tells world ‘we shall prevail’ after outrages

    07/07/2005 11:56:51 AM PDT · by phoenix_004 · 11 replies · 656+ views
    Financial Times ^ | July 7, 2005 | James Blitz
    Tony Blair on Thursday united with the leaders of the Group of Eight industrial nations and the world’s big five emerging economies to condemn the London bombings. The prime minister said they were “not an attack on one nation but on all nations and on civilised people everywhere”. In a declaration delivered before all the world leaders gathered in Gleneagles for the G8 summit, Mr Blair said that “all of our countries have suffered from the impact of terrorism”. Flanked by George W. Bush, the US president, on one side and Jacques Chirac, the French president, on the other, the...
  • Fifty Dead in London Attacks says France's Sarkozy

    07/07/2005 12:17:44 PM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 4 replies · 724+ views
    Reuters ^ | July 7, 2005
    Fifty people died and 300 were wounded in Thursday's bomb attacks in London, French Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy quoted British Home Secretary Charles Clarke as telling him. "I've spoken to the British interior minister twice today, the last time half an hour ago. He told me that the provisional toll was 50 dead, 300 wounded, including 50 very seriously," Sarkozy said on France 2 television.
  • (Islamic Society of North America) ISNA Condemns the Terrorist Attacks in London

    07/07/2005 12:28:18 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 28 replies · 1,645+ views
    ISNA dot net ^ | 7-7-05 | some guy wearing a bedsheet
    ISNA Condemns the Terrorist Attacks in London 07- 7-05 10:42 ISNA July 7, 2005 Plainfield, Indiana- We note with deep sadness the unfortunate events of this morning in London, England. We condemn such acts of mindless violence that violate the standards of Islam, as well as, of all faiths. It is regrettable to note that a short-lived website has allegedly claimed responsibility for this reprehensible act and that website purported to link itself with a so-called Muslim group. Such a situation does not bode well for Britain's Muslims who maintain positive relations with their government and are active participants in...
  • Pope Deplores 'Barbaric Acts' In London

    07/07/2005 12:31:33 PM PDT · by areafiftyone · 32 replies · 742+ views
    WCBS 88 ^ | 7/7/05
    VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Benedict XVI said Thursday he deplored the “terrorist attacks” in London, calling them “barbaric acts against humanity,” and said he was praying for the families of the victims. In a telegram sent to Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor, archbishop of Westminster, Benedict said he was deeply saddened to learn of the news and was spiritually close to all those who were grieving. “Deeply saddened by the news of the terrorist attacks in central London, the Holy Father offers his fervent prayers for the victims and for all those who mourn,” the telegram said. “While he deplores these...
  • I thought I was going to die

    07/07/2005 1:26:36 PM PDT · by MCH · 3 replies · 740+ views
    The Guardian ^ | Thursday, July 7 2005 | Eyewitness Accounts
    Accounts from people who witnessed the explosions in central London today.. ..."I was on the bus in front and heard an incredible bang, I turned round and half the double-decker bus was in the air ... It was a massive explosion and there were papers and half a bus flying through the air...
  • London blasts can't sink markets

    07/07/2005 1:27:02 PM PDT · by Steven W. · 7 replies · 400+ views
    CNBC ^ | 7/7/05
    Wall Street manages to eke out gains and European bourses trim sharp losses seen after London explosions. Experts say investors are starting to focus on fundamentals again. Oil falls after a wild morning of trading. If there's a word for stock markets today, it's "resilience." One word that doesn't apply is "panic." A series of explosions in the London subway system and a blast that destroyed a double-decker bus left at least 37 dead and 700 injured, reported. But while the explosions, described by Prime Minister Tony Blair as an apparent terrorist attack, scared investors at first, equity markets...
  • Bloggers and Photographers Chronicle Chaos in London

    07/07/2005 1:37:13 PM PDT · by WmShirerAdmirer · 5 replies · 1,433+ views
    Online WSJ (Wall Street Journal) ^ | July 7, 2005 | Vauhini Vara
    (Go to original article for highlighted links, eg. MetroBlogging London, and others, etc.) As journalists scrambled to cover the London bomb blasts, ordinary citizens went online to share pictures snapped by cameraphones and reports of what they saw. At, a search engine for blogs, eight of the top 10 searches Thursday were related to the blasts. Here's a round-up of the accounts and photos. Check back throughout the day for updates. The British newspaper The Guardian solicited firsthand accounts of the blasts from those who were there. Responses poured in from people like Matina Zoulia, who wrote, "As I...
  • CCTV footage may help track bombers

    07/07/2005 2:19:21 PM PDT · by WmShirerAdmirer · 45 replies · 2,130+ views
    The Sydney Morning Herald ^ | July 8, 2005 | Staff
    Almost everywhere Londoners go in public, chances are they're being tracked by cameras. Now officials say the British capital's ubiquitous closed-circuit TV cameras may help police determine who was behind the attacks. Thousands of them watch the Underground system alone, and investigators have used the footage in the past to solve crimes. London's train stations are monitored by 1,800 cameras, and there are more than 6,000 watching the capital's Tube network. Cameras also have been installed on some London buses. On top of that, more and more people carry pocket-size digital cameras and camera phones, and some footage from such...
  • 'Freedom' Is Target of London Terrorist Attacks (German papers)

    07/07/2005 2:51:48 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 17 replies · 1,178+ views
    German newspaper editorialists reflect on the July 7 terrorist attacks in London, while looking back at March 11 and Sept. 11 and looking forward to the curbing of civil liberties the alleged al-Qaida attacks are expected to cause.Die Zeit is an influential weekly newspaper. "The attacks are getting closer. First, in the 1990s terrorist bombs exploded in Arabia, then in 2001 in New York and Washington, last year in Madrid and now in London. What's next? An attack on Germany at next year's World Cup soccer championships? German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder is right: The attacks on London were also an...
  • Foxnews: Hunt Intensifies for London Terrorists ~~ Timing devices found and two unexploded devices

    07/07/2005 2:54:37 PM PDT · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 121 replies · 4,081+ views
    Foxnews ^ | Thursday, July 07, 2005 | staff
    LONDON — With England's capital city reeling from Thursday's terrorist attacks on its public transportation system, the focus turned to the hunt for who was responsible. An organization calling itself the "Secret Group of Al Qaeda's Jihad in Europe" (search) claimed it carried out the coordinated series of four explosions, three on the subway and one on a double-decker bus during the morning rush hour.
  • London bombings toll rises to 37

    07/07/2005 1:26:57 PM PDT · by anonymoussierra · 17 replies · 545+ views
    Home TV Radio Talk Where I Live A-Z Index Low Graphics version | Change edition Contact us | Help Printable version London bombings toll rises to 37 Passengers evacuate an underground train at Kings Cross (Photo: Alexander Chadwick) A series of bomb attacks on London's transport network has killed more than 30 people and injured about 700 others. Three explosions on the Underground left 35 dead and two more died in a blast on a double-decker bus. UK Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said the bombings had "the hallmarks of an al-Qaeda-related attack". Prime Minister Tony Blair promised the "most intense police and...
  • The Anticipated Attack Don't blame Iraq for the bombings.

    07/07/2005 1:47:48 PM PDT · by WmShirerAdmirer · 31 replies · 1,674+ views
    Slate ^ | July 7, 2005 | Christopher Hitchens
    The remains of a London bus destroyed by a bomb near Tavistock Square "My son flew in from London at the weekend, and we were discussing, as we have several times before, why it hadn't happened yet. "It" was the jihadist attack on the city, for which the British security forces have been braced ever since the bombings in Madrid. When the telephone rang in the small hours of this morning, I was pretty sure it was the call I had been waiting for. And as I snapped on the TV I could see, from the drawn expression and halting...
  • Terror on the dole (4-22-04)

    07/07/2005 2:35:12 PM PDT · by libertarianben · 105 replies · 2,279+ views
    Evening Standard ^ | 4-22-04 | David Cohen
    Four young British Muslims in their twenties - a social worker, an IT specialist, a security guard and a financial adviser - occupy a table at a fast-food chicken restaurant in Luton. Perched on their plastic chairs, wolfing down their dinner, they seem just ordinary young men. Yet out of their mouths pour heated words of revolution.
  • U.S. Muslims Condemn 'Barbaric' London Terror Attacks

    07/07/2005 11:16:46 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 112 replies · 2,376+ views
    class=ar>WASHINGTON, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- A prominent national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group today condemned this morning's bomb attacks in London as "barbaric crimes."In its statement, the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) said:"We join Americans of all faiths, and all people of conscience worldwide, in condemning these barbaric crimes that can never be justified or excused. American Muslims offer their sincere condolences to the loved ones of those who were killed or injured in today's attacks and call for the swift apprehension and punishment of the perpetrators."The Muslim Council of Britain and other British Islamic groups issued similar...
  • London bombs: Experts examine Al-Qaeda claim

    07/07/2005 7:45:08 AM PDT · by Wiz · 48 replies · 1,523+ views
    AKI ^ | 2005 Jul 7
    London, 7 July (AKI) - Terrorism experts are analysing the claim of responsibility for Thursday's London bombings by a group claiming to be al-Qaeda's European arm. A formation calling itself the Group of the Secret Organisation of al-Qaeda in Europe issued a brief statement posted on the Internet saying it was behind the blasts. Some important Islamist forums, often used for the posting of terrorist group claims, have removed the message, asking members not to spread "this sort of false statement" and some subscribers have also judged it unreliable because of various grammatical and theological errors in the text. It...