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Moslem reaction to ‘Charlie Hebdo’ style provocations

Two very different attitudes and responses in the Moslem world to ‘Charlie Hebdo’ type insults against the founder of their religious beliefs.

The first, which is intolerant, aggressive and full of malice, revolves around a harsh and primitive interpretation of Islam preached by the Wahhabi-Salafist sect which originates from Saudi Arabia. This is the ideology that fuels the criminal head-choppers of Daesh and Al-Qaeda who have decimated Syria and Iraq, murdering and massacring other Moslems and Christians by the tens of thousands.

The second, exemplified by Iran, condemns attacks against Christians and against churches. They say that their religion forbids murder, just like Christianity, and that people who do these things are criminals, not Moslems. They point out that the criminals who do these things are brainwashed by the Wahhabi-Salafist sect which originates from Saudi Arabia and by the Moslem Brotherhood organisation that, today, centres around Erdogan’s Turkey and which wants to re-establish the Ottoman Empire.

They point out that the Enlightenment ideology that motivates France and other western countries is also anti-Christian, and that it is the ‘Enlightened’ countries which have helped fund, train, and arm Salafist terrorists to wreak havoc wherever those countries want to impose ‘regime change’. They also point out that it is the ‘Enlightened’ countries that have opened their borders to swamp once Christian countries with uncontrolled immigration and which allow Wahhabi-Salafists to act virtually with impunity within their borders.

They say do not blame ordinary Moslems for these acts, but blame western secularism and its Wahhabi-Salafist tool. A manipulated clash of civilisations between Christians and Moslems only benefits would-be Lords of the World and their sought-for New Order of the Ages.

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“The West is facing the consequences of helping Al Qaeda and ISIS in Syria under the disguise of freedom fighters. Their intelligence agencies knew who they were supporting and didn’t care. The only solution is to apologize to Syria and help it end them once and for all.”

Together for Al-Hasakah

‘Together for Al-Hasakah’ is the name of a worldwide appeal issued today by Bishop George Khoury which has the aim of bringing international pressure to bear to try and put an end to the barbaric cutting off of water supplies to civilian communities in Syria.

The Greek Melkite eparch strongly condemned ongoing war crimes directed against civilian populations in the al-Hasakah province of north-east Syria. Parts of this area of Syria are illegally occupied by Turkish and U.S. military forces, both of which collaborate and provide protection to armed groups of terrorists which aim, with the collusion of Turkey and the USA, to set-up sectarian fiefdoms independent of the Syrian government.

The Al-Hasakah region of Syria is traditionally home to large Christian populations, many whom found sanctuary in Syria during the Turkish genocide directed against millions of Christian Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks during the First World War. But the Christian population has once again been decimated by terrorist war imposed on them by foreign powers playing geo-political ‘games’ for control of regional oil and gas supplies.

The Ignored ‘Massacre of the Innocents’ in Syria

 

Massacre of the Innocents

On the 12th of May a massacre was committed in the town of al-Zara in the southern countryside of Hama, Syria. Women and children were slaughtered by Takfiri death squads branded by the Western media as ‘moderate rebels’. There was no mention of the massacre in the Western press. There was no need to mention it because it was of no use to them.

Read more at The Syria Times

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