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Sunday, November 13, 2005

Hey Muslim Skeptic!-This is your Wake up call


When September 11 happened lot of Muslims refused to accept the fact that Osama bin Laden was behind the attacks and started propounding conspiracy theories. Same is happening again.

Anger, confusion in al-Zarqawi's home town - International Terrorism - MSNBC.com: "Conspiracy theories Some voiced anger of al-Zarqawi's attack on fellow Jordanians, but others were unsure that he was involved at all, saying it could have been a bogus claim."

OK MUSLIM SKEPTICS! This is enough! This time Allah has provided the proof as well. These people Al-Zarqawi and Mr. Laden and Al-Qaida are just mercenaries and are not following the true spirit of Islam. This is a wake-up call for every Muslim to follow skeptics. Bush and his administration may be bad and mislead the world towards Iraq war but these Muslim extremists are not good either.

AMMAN, Jordan - Strapped with a disabled explosives belt, an Iraqi woman arrested Sunday confessed on television to trying to blow herself up with her husband in one of three suicide attacks earlier this week that killed 57 people.
The 35-year-old woman "the sister of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's right-hand man who was killed by U.S. forces in Iraq" appeared on Jordanian state TV hours after she was captured by security forces who were tipped off by an al-Qaida claim that a husband-and-wife team participated in Wednesday's bombings.
Looking nervous and wringing her hands, Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi, 35, described how she failed to blow herself up during a wedding reception at the Radisson SAS hotel on Wednesday night after struggling with the cord on her explosives belt.

What did thinnocentcent Muslims do that this self styled interpreter of Islamic codes of justice started taking their lives?

Shame on yBothboth skeptics and the followers of hardline interpretations of Islam.


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