Monday, October 03, 2005

Trouble in Jihadis Paradise: Zarqawi Dead in About 156 Days - Our Countdown Continues

Remember the 2002 assassination of Laurence Foley, senior U.S. diplomat in Jordan? Three suspects confessed to Jordanian authorities that they had been armed and paid by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi to assassinate Foley. That would not be one of Zarqawi's greatest crimes. Wanted for murdering Innocent women and cildren, his wanted poster says.

Zarqawi is, therefore, destined to become the lovliest virgin to welcome jihadis in 'paradise'. The Jihadis notion of paradise is as beyond polite description as their notion of peace under radical Islam.

Muslims and their enablers - our U.S. liberal apologists and appeasers scoff at the Global War on Terrorism telling us not to take the Islamist vision of a Muslim Caliphate (one government for all Moslem nations) seriously. Really, we thought the vision was actually one world under a muslim flag.

Fouad Hussein, a Jordanian journalist who spent time in prison with Zarqawi, interviewed key figures in radical Islam. His new book al-Zarqawi - al-Qaida's Second Generation is written about in © SPIEGEL ONLINE What al-Qaida Really Wants.

Hussein outlines An Islamic Caliphate in Seven Easy Steps. The next Step he calls The Third Phase. This is expected to take from 2007 to 2010. 'There will be a focus on Syria,' says Hussein, based on his sources. Attacks in Turkey and Israel are predicted. Iraq and Jordan will also be in danger.

Can their lunacy succeed? Young al-Qaedas thrive on fantasies: video games; soldier of fortune adventure; notions of erotic paradise; the global Caliphate; and, other juvenile illusions. One by one Jihadis will be eradicated, commit suicide or mature into the human race. Poor students of history, they rarely have the slightest clue why the Caliphate is doomed - human nature has never been changed.


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