Thursday, December 29, 2005

Shias still being massacred. where are the Media?

This horrific story of 'sunnis' killing an innocent family of shias just because they wouldnt move out of their predominantly sunni area makes me burn inside with a rage so intense it hurts. I actually feel like crying and my chest is actually getting tight.

And where the hell is Al-Jazeera? I sometimes wish Bush had blown this Munafiqeen piece of shit television station of the face of the Earth, because you'll be hard-pressed to find this heart-breaking story on their website.
Even the BBC runs this story. Imagine that; The "Kafir-Zionist-Freemason-crusader" broadcasting company will run the story, but the "Brave-Defender of free speech-Protector of all the muslims" bunch acts as if it hasnt happened.

The hate mongers at Al-jazeera weren't slow to report the "torture" of 120 animals at the Ministry of Interior but they will ignore human beings being massacred in such an evil way. Those dogs who were allegedly mistreated by the Interior Ministry were admittedly enemies of the democratically elected government. whats the problem?

If anything this government is being too soft on the terrorists. They are just lucky that Prime Minister Jafari is a God-fearing man, because he would be well within his rights to put down the rebellious bunch in as equally a vicious manner with which they are conducting their campign of hate.
Only unity between the Shia, Kurds and the real Sunnis can defeat this cancerous scum.

Victory to Iraq.


At 7:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would help if the "real sunnis," wherever they are and if they exist, came forward to denounce horrific atrocities such as these.

At 7:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would help if the "real Sunnis," wherever they are and if they even exist, came forward and denounced atrocities such as these.

At 4:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't regret having taken the high road.
Instead, I would recommend that Shia and Sunnis religious leaders should take every opportunity to get together to promote equality and fraternity rather than unity(which may lead to competition as to who would lead). That is the ecumenicalism that we have in the West. Many people will remain unconvinced, but others will be impressed by such examples.

Personally, I am not a big believer in the value of Iraq as a single nation and have argued for its breakup. When I have stated such, I have run into angry opposition from most every Iraqi I have spoken to, even Kurds much to my surprise. Therefore I conclude that there is even greater determination to unite than to be divided by the terrorists.
But every story of cruelty and misery by the terrorists needs to be remembered.


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