Wednesday, 9 December 2009

Who Are Z-Men Who Control Zee Media?

I will say zees again: Chowq is controlled by Z-men (and Q-men) from planet Earth. But who are zay? Watch zee video.



Israel wants US to fight Iran with Twitter:

Never at a loss for words, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday told the USA to use Twitter and other social networking sites (Chowq?) to fight against the leadership of archenemy Iran.

“Iran prevents people from freely accessing the Internet,” a senior official quoted him telling parliament’s foreign affairs and defence committee.

Please bear in mind, Netanyahu and New York’s very own, Rudolph ‘Rudy’ W. Giuliani (‘911 exercise’ fame) were both in London when 7/7 (another planned exercise) just happened. Aww ma gawd!

“Using the Internet and Twitter against the Iranian regime is something extraordinary that the United States can do,” he said. Twitter was a favourite media for Iranian demonstrators who had joined opposition protests against the June re-election of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, claiming the vote was fraudulent.

On Monday, protesters gathered in Iran to mark the annual Students Day, with many chanting anti-Ahmadinejad slogans—naturally, they were paid to do just that. Ahead of Monday’s events, the Iranian authorities cut Internet connections and blocked access to several opposition websites—something that the West need not cry about because how Islamic Iran runs itself is Iran’s business.

To pay back the Iranian leadership in the same coin, Israel considers Iran its top enemy. Repeated statements by Ahmadinejad drive the points home that the ‘Jewish state is doomed to be wiped off the map’ and that ‘questioning the scale of the Holocaust’ is not abnormal behaviour.

Israel is widely considered the Middle East’s sole but undeclared nuclear power and it, along with the West suspects Iran of trying to develop atomic weapons under the guise of a civilian nuclear programme. Now, what about the Western atomic kittens selling the same WMD technology to its Christian allies? What is wrong of the Muslims wish to achieve a balance? Of course, what is wrong cannot be discussed here.

I think Yahweh gave Israel the right to obtain everything covertly, and since Allah has clearly spelled it out in:

Qur’an (3:28) LET NOT the believers take those who deny the truth for their allies in preference to the believers (Cf.19) - since he who does this cuts himself off from God in everything - unless it be to protect yourselves against them in this way. (Cf.20) But God warns you to beware of Him: for with God is all journeys' end.

Cf. 19: I.e., in cases where the interests of those "deniers of the truth" clash with the interests of believers (Manar 111, 278). Regarding the deeper implications of the term "allies" (awliya').

Cf. 20: Lit., "unless you fear from them something that is to be feared". Zamakhshari explains this phrase as meaning, "unless you have reason to fear that they might do something which ought to be guarded against" - obviously referring to situations in which "those who deny the truth" are more powerful than the Muslims, and are therefore in a position to damage the latter unless they become their "allies" in a political or moral sense.

In addition, in ...

(4:139) As for those who take the deniers of the truth for their allies in preference to the believers - do they hope to be honoured by them when, behold, all honour belongs to God [alone]? Cf.154

Cf.154: However, the term "allies" (awliya, sing. wali) does not indicate, in this context, merely political alliances. More than anything else, it obviously alludes to a "moral alliance" with the deniers of the truth: that is to say, to an adoption of their way of life in preference to the way of life of the believers, in the hope of being "honoured", or accepted as equals, by the former. Since an imitation of the way of life of confirmed unbelievers must obviously conflict with the moral principles demanded by true faith, it unavoidably leads to a gradual abandonment of those principles.

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