Sunday, April 23, 2006
- It was also confirmed by an authentic source that prophet Muhammad said
In other words, Osama admits that the following bloodthirstiness isn't Koranic.
no one could be faithful until he loves me more than he loves his parents, his sons and all other people. Therefore, the Umma has reached a consensus that he who offends or degrades the messenger would be killed. Such offence is regarded as kufr (infidelity).
We ask Allah to give his blessings to whoever decried the behaviour of the infidels who have offended the prophet in every part of the world, and blessings to those who have died in the process, while we vow to Allah to avenge for those whose blood have been spilled.
The West is incapable of recognising the rights of others. It will not be able to respect others' beliefs or feelings.
The conundrum is that the "rights" and "beliefs" and "feelings" are the right to slaughter anyone "who offends or degrades the messenger." Here once again Osama echoes another favorite lefty criticism of Bush and the Bush docrtine: That America wants to go to war with anyone "who's not like them," a red herring formulation as irrelevant as it is childish. There are plenty of people in the world that "aren't like us" that the USA hasn't gone to war with and has no intention of going to war with. The problem that we have is with countries who insist that they have the right to incinerate their neighbors, and, yes, people who insist that they have the right to murder infidels. "Being like us" is not the issue; Being avowedly incapable of living in the same world with us, that's the problem.
The West still believes in ethnic supremacy and looks down on other nations. They categorise human beings into white masters and coloured slaves.
Again playing a familiar tune from the lefty songbook, this time right out of the Noam Chomsky/Frantz Fanon school.
This is why they established institutions and enacted laws to maintain their supremacy by creating the United Nations and the veto power ... . They regard jihad for the sake of God or defending one's self or his country as an act of terror. US and Europe consider jihad groups in Palestine, Chechnya, Iraq and Afghanistan as terrorist groups, so how could we talk or have understanding with them without using weapons?
The word "terrorist" has no meaning if what Osama and his friends do isn't terror.
On their part, the rulers of our region consider the US and Europe as their friends and allies while looking at the jihad groups that fight against the Crusaders in Iraq and Afghanistan as terrorist groups as well. So how can we reach understanding with those rulers who deny us the right to defend ourselves and our religion without carrying arms?
The net result of their thinking is for us to abandon jihad and acquiesce to remaining as their slaves. This is impossible, God willing.
The Palestine question is a manifestation of such injustices when the allied forces of the Crusaders and the Zionists decided to hand over Palestine to the Zionists to establish a state after committing massacres, displaced the indigenous Palestinians and brought Jews from all over the world to settle in Palestine.
The ongoing injustice and aggression did not stop in the last nine decades, while all attempts to reclaim our rights and exact justice on the Israeli oppressors, were blocked by the leadership of the Crusaders and Zionists' alliance by using the so-called veto power.
Such attitudes were also reflected by their rejection of the Hamas movement and its victory in the elections ... . Their rejection to Hamas has reaffirmed that they were waging a crusade against Islam.
The US sought to reach southern Sudan, recruited an army of southerners, supported them with weapons and funding and directed them to seek separation from Sudan. Then it exercised pressure against Khartoum government to sign an unjust agreement which permits south Sudan to gain independence from the north within six years.
[Sudanese President Omar] al-Bashir and [US President George] Bush should have been aware that this agreement is not worth the ink by which it was written, and we do not accord the least concern to it. Nobody, whoever he was, has the right to accede an inch of the land of Islam and the south will remain an inseparable part of the land of Isalm, God willing, even if the war continued for decades.
The US was not satisfied by all the sedition and crimes, but went on to incite sedition, the largest of which was the west Sudan sedition by exploiting some disputes between the tribes and sparking a savage war between them that will spare nothing, prior to sending in Crusader troops to occupy the region and steal its oil wealth under the pretext of peacekeeping.
This is a continuous Crusader-Zionist war against Muslims. In this respect I am inviting the mujahidin and their supporters in the Sudan and other countries around, including the Arabian peninsula in particular, to prepare all that is needed for a long-term war against the Crusaders and thieves in western Sudan.
This part mystified me a bit--it sounds very much like a tacit admission of defeat in Iraq and Afghanistan--but I appreciate that it will cause consternation among the Left, since Darfur, the area in Western Sudan to which Osama is referring, is one of their pet causes. It also undercuts his previous Fanon-esque whining about "white masters and coloured slaves." In Darfur Osama's buddies, the comparatively lighter skinned Arabs, are bringing slavery and genocide to the black Africans of Darfur.