"These acts convinced the world and the people that the American war on terrorism is just." (SOCOM-2012-0000018-HT)
What was it "liberals" said about the "war on terror?"
“terrorism doesnt go away it is a means of conducting war. There is no such thing as a war on terrorism - there can be a war on countries we dont agree with but war on a particular type of war action is silly.” (evryman69)
“Rape is not an enemy but a technique of warfare -- political intimidation through the selective breeding of unarmed non-combatants.” (Zbigview Brznutski, Obama supporter)
(Terrorized by 'War on Rape' - Washingtonpurplethrobbingpost) http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...032301613.html
"The president's strategy is absolutely clear about the threat we face. Our enemy is not terrorism because terrorism is but a tactic." http://www.middle-east-online.com/English/?id=39222
What was it "liberals" said about Jihad?
At this era, everyone knows about your unprecedented contributions and great efforts in the field of jihad, the revival of the spirit of jihad in the nation, and mobilizing its energy and cadres to carry out this obligation. You have indeed become the chief innovator in this field at this day and age." (SOCOM-2012-0000018-HT)
"jihad is holy struggle, a legitimate tenet of Islam meaning to purify oneself or one's community." http://www.middle-east-online.com/English/?id=39222:
July 1997, South Movement, "the path of Jihad and proper action": "Those who desire to face up to the Zionists conspiracies, intransigence, and aggressiveness must proceed towards the advance centers of capabilities in the greater Arab homeland and to the centers of the knowledge, honesty and sincerity with whole heartiness if the aim was to implement a serious plan to save others from their dilemma or to rely on those capable centers; well-known for their positions regarding the enemy, to gain precise concessions from it with justified maneuvers even if such centers including Baghdad not in agreement with those concerned, over the objectives and aims of the required maneuvers." (On the 29th anniversary of Iraq's national day (the 17th of July 1968 revolution). President Saddam Hussein made an important comprehensive and nation wide address) http://southmovement.alphalink.com.a...raq/speech.htm
What was it "liberals" told us about the name of our enemy?
“If terrorists are so faceless as you say how is it we know and have known who they are? How is it they have told us and continue to tell us who they are - these people have faces and they are playing by the rules of warfare - attack, kill or terrorize the opposition.” (evryman69)
"This name (Qa‟ida al-Jihad) was abridged by the people and only a few people remember this name; it has come to be known as (al-Qa‟ida) and this name reduces the feeling of Muslims that we belong to them, and allows the enemies to
claim deceptively that they are not at war with Islam and Muslims, but they are at war with the organization of al-Qa‟ida, which is an outside entity from the teachings of Islam and this is what was raised repeatedly in the past as indicated by Obama, that our war is not on Islam or on the Muslim people but rather our war is on the al-Qa‟ida organization, so if the word al-Qa‟ida was derived from or had strong ties to the word Islam or Muslims; or if it had
the name Islamic party, it would be difficult for Obama to say that. It is clear from the past also that they (the enemies) have largely stopped using the phrase “the war on terror” in the context of not wanting to provoke Muslims, because they felt that saying the war on terror could appear to most people to be a war on Islam, especially after they unjustly spilled the blood of innocent Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan. We ask God the Almighty to have mercy on our Islamic brothers." (SOCOM-2012-0000009-HT)
(“Liberals!” (Page 1))Al Quaeda or Al Quacka is just a name that can change in a breath, and that name can be just as invisible as a breath, but some of us that are not blinded by prejudice can see where such breath resides:
“Again we say that when someone feels that he is unjustly treated, and no one is repulsing or stopping the injustice inflicted on him, he personally seeks ways and means for lifting that justice. Of course, not everyone is capable of finding the best way for lifting the injustice inflicted on him. People resort to what they think is the best way according to their own ideas, and they are not all capable of reaching out for what is beyond what is available to arrive to the best idea or means.
To find the best way, after having found their way to God and His rights, those who are inflicted by injustice need not to be isolated from their natural milieu, or be ignored deliberately, or as a result of mis-appreciation, by the officials in this milieu. They should, rather, be reassured and helped to save themselves, and their surroundings. “ (Saddam Hussein Shabban 13, 1422 H. October 29, 2001.)