Sunday, March 25, 2007

News Roundup for March 25

The Jerusalem Mufti is sounding the alarm again.
Mufti of Jerusalem, Sheikh Mohammed Hussein, warned Sunday of the Israeli plans targeting Al-Aqsa Mosque.
And what might those plans be?
He asserted that Israeli extremists have been calling for imposing new defacto inside al-Aqsa Mosque.
I do wonder, how exactly does one impose a new defacto?

Honestly, if Israel wanted to do something to that mosque, they would go right in and do it. If Israel wanted to destroy the mosque, that puppy would be nothing but a cloud of dust drifting over the Saudi peninsula. Forget about it.


Iran cries foul over UN sanctions imposed on them.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman in reaction to the UN Security Council Resolution 1747 against Iran said that the decision by the UN Security Council is a blatant violation of the UN Charter which deprives the Iranian people of the right of development and education.
According to that logic, I guess suicide bombing terror is a fundamental right of "development and education" also protected by the UN charter: better suicide bomb belts still need to be developed to more effectively kill Zionists, and it educates impressionable Palestinian children how to best liberate their homeland for the sake of Allah.

Now them's Human Rights!

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