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calendar   Wednesday - July 08, 2009

Muslims in the news. Again. This time told by judge hey, live here .. obey the rules here.

There’s something else going on here too and it’s perhaps a side issue.

This paragraph appears later in the article below.

Mr Rynja’s publishing company, Gibson Square Books, bought the rights to the novel after Random House dropped plans to publish it, fearing “acts of violence”. The American author had insisted that her book was respectful towards Islam and Mr Rynja said he felt that its publication was part of a liberal democracy.

So I was left wondering if it was Random House, UK that backed down, or was it Random House, USA?  Way it reads to me, looks to be the USA. If that’s true,
that is not a very good sign at all.  Is the religion of piss now dictating what books shall be published in MY country?
And hey folks, we already know there has been a play withdrawn and who knows what else.

What happened here in this story is that a publisher took a book and some muzzies didn’t want it published and so they tried to burn down his house.

One of the group already has a record as having tried to kill his father.  Oh the glory of the criminal system that he was out and walking free. 

“If you choose to live in this country, you live by its rules.”
says the judge in case.

Three Islamic fundamentalists were jailed yesterday for an arson attack on a London publisher who planned to print an “offensive” book about the Prophet Muhammad.

From The Times
David Brown

July 8, 2009

The attack on the home of Martin Rynja has been compared to the campaign against the publication of Salmon Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses.

The door of Mr Rynja’s home was doused with diesel and set ablaze after it was discovered that he intended to publish Sherry Jones’s novel The Jewel of Medina, about the Prophet and his child bride.

The attack was led by Ali Beheshti, who was photographed three years ago at a London protest with his baby daughter dressed in a pink bonnet bearing the slogan “I love al-Qaeda

Undercover police followed Beheshti and the other attackers for several weeks and saw them monitoring the publisher and trying to avoid detection by changing their clothes.

Beheshti, 41, and Abrar Mirza, 23, admitted conspiracy to commit arson, being reckless as to whether life was endangered. Abbas Taj, 30, was convicted of the same offence at Croydon Crown Court in May.

Mrs Justice Rafferty, sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice, sentenced each of them to four and a half years in jail, saying: “If you choose to live in this country, you live by its rules.”

The judge described Mr Rynja as “a principled” man who had “exercised critical judgment on a literary work and stood up to be counted, knowing that publishing it put him at risk”.

Beheshti, unemployed, of Ilford; Taj, of Forest Gate; and Mirza, a mobile phone salesman of Walthamstow, all East London, planned to spend the night of the attack last September at the Regent’s Park Mosque as part of Ramadan. But shortly after they arrived at the mosque, they set out with “fire-making equipment” for the publisher’s home in Islington, North London.

Mr Rynja’s publishing company, Gibson Square Books, bought the rights to the novel after Random House dropped plans to publish it, fearing “acts of violence”. The American author had insisted that her book was respectful towards Islam and Mr Rynja said he felt that its publication was part of a liberal democracy.

Beheshti is a supporter of the convicted cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri, who is fighting extradition to the United States on terrorism charges, and took part in the demonstrations outside the Danish Embassy in London in 2006 over cartoons in overseas magazines. The protesters, who thought the cartoons disrespectful to Muhammad, brandished placards calling for the bombing of the United States and death to Jews and British soldiers in Iraq.

Beheshti, also known as Abu Jihad — meaning holy war — was pictured with his daughter and described her as “the youngest member of al-Qaeda” as protesters waved banners vowing to “Massacre those who insult Islam” and promising “Europe, your 9/11 will come!”

Pictures found on a computer at his home showed Beheshti holding a burning cross at a protest outside the US Embassy in May 2005. Other pictures showed him posing with a gun and a large sword. Beheshti, previously convicted of trying to murder his father, also set fire to his hands with petrol outside the US Embassy during the protest.

His daughter, Farisa, aged 4, is reported to be attending an Islamic school and living with her mother Hannah, a white middle-class British convert.

Andrew Hall, QC, said in mitigation for Beheshti that the arson attack was “an act of protest born of the publication of a book felt by him and other Muslims to be disrespectful, provocative and offensive.

“He wishes me to say now, publicly, that he considers his conduct to have been misguided, disproportionate and counter-productive,” he added.

The Jewel of Medina has yet to be published in Britain.

SOURCE

These people have no intention of living by the rules of any country they invade. In the case of converts who are native born, they are little more then traitors.

As for the statement; “ he considers his conduct to have been misguided, disproportionate and counter-productive “

Right.  Double speak for .... he’s damn sorry he got caught.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/08/2009 at 06:06 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - July 04, 2009

The Americans Who Risked Everything

Hello, and happy Independence Day to all you BMEWSd out there.

While casting about for something to post in honor of what could arguably be the last ‘Independence Day’ celebration under the Obammunista regime (seriously, we need regime change in the US of A NOW!), the best that I could find was this speech from Rush H. Limbaugh, Jr.

That’s right, this is father of the Rush we all know and love; or love to hate if you’re a liberal.

Face it, only liberals can engage in ‘hate’ speech or ‘racist’ speech. Conservatives don’t acknowledge the premise.

In these times, I pray I may live up to the examples of patriotism listed here…

See More Below The Fold

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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 07/04/2009 at 06:56 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - July 02, 2009

Rare copy of the U.S. Declaration of Independence found gathering dust in BRITAIN’S National Archive

Hey ... How about this.  What a find.

Here’s some reader comments from The Mail.

Contrary to what many think, the declaration was not signed on July 4. The first public reading was on July 8. It was not engrossed until 7/19, and ordered to be signed. The signing did not start until Aug 2. Happy 233rd birthday!

- Marlene, Alexandria, VA, 02/7/2009 15:47

Please preserve that copy for us just in case ours goes missing. The idiots in Washington don’t seem to remember what it says or why it was written.

- Terrie, Houston, USA, 02/7/2009 15:15


Declaration of Independence found gathering dust in BRITAIN’S National Archive

By Tom Kelly
Last updated at 4:45 PM on 02nd July 2009

An original first print of the United States Declaration of Independence has been discovered gathering dust in Britain after nearly 250 years.

The poster size proclamation, which is in perfect condition and is said to be worth £5million, is one of only 26 surviving initial copies of the document that changed the course of history.

It was found by complete chance by an American antiquarian bookseller carrying out unrelated research in the National Archives in Kew, West London.

The manuscript was hidden among files of correspondence from U.S. colonists that had been intercepted by the British in the 18th century.

The Declaration of Independence was mainly written by the U.S. Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, and is described by historians as ‘America’s birth certificate.’

It was adopted by the Continental Congress in 1776 which announced that the thirteen American colonies that were at war with Great Britain were now independent states, and no longer a part of the British Empire.

It includes the then extraordinary assertion: ‘We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal,’ which sent shockwaves through the hereditary European monarchies, and paved the way for the French Revolution 13 years later.

The document was finalised and approved in Philadelphia on July 4 1776 and the 200 first copies were made by printer John Dunlap that night and distributed throughout the colonies the following morning to be read aloud to the colonists and their militia.

It is not certain how the newly discovered copy came into British hands, but it is likely to have been captured by the Royal Navy during the American Revolutionary War which continued for seven years after the Declaration of Independence was signed.

The last discovery of a Dunlap print was at a flea market in 1989, and it sold at auction in 2000 for £4.94million.

Despite its value, the National Archives said it will not be selling the print, although it might be loaned to former foes in the U.S.

‘The Americans are very excited by it,’ said a spokesman.

‘We do often loan out our key documents and I’m sure if an American institution wanted to borrow it, we would consider lending it to them.

‘It’s amazing that it has been lying here for so long undetected. It just shows how many documents we have.’

Edward Hampshire, the diplomatic and colonial specialist at the National Archives, said it was an incredibly exciting find.

‘It is likely that only around 200 of these were ever printed, so uncovering a new one nearly 250 years later is extremely rare, especially one in such good condition’.

The National Archives already has two other copies of the Declaration of Independence, one of which it keeps on display.

The Declaration was signed by 56 delegates from the colonies including two future presidents, Jefferson and John Adams, prompting church bells to ring over Philadelphia.

In the U.S. July 4 is marked by a public holiday, known as Independence Day.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/02/2009 at 05:28 PM   
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calendar   Monday - June 29, 2009

Cuba Condemns Honduran Coup…

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Cuba condemns Honduras coup as “criminal, brutal”
Sun Jun 28, 2009 6:48pm EDT

HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba on Sunday condemned the military coup in Honduras as “criminal, brutal” and demanded the immediate return to office of deposed leftist President Manuel Zelaya.
The Honduran army ousted Zelaya and exiled him on Sunday in Central America’s first military coup since the Cold War, after he upset the military by proposing an extension of his four-year term in office.

“I denounce the criminal, brutal character of this coup,” Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez told a news conference in Havana.

Zelaya is viewed by Cuba’s communist leadership as a leftist ally and former Cuban leader Fidel Castro had expressed backing for his efforts to hold an unofficial public vote on Sunday to gauge support for his plan to hold a November referendum on allowing presidential re-election.

“This coup has removed a legitimate and constitutional government simply for wanting to carry out a consultation ... in Honduras there is only one constitutional government, one constitutional president who should return immediately without conditions to the palace,” Rodriguez said.

The Cuban foreign minister also denounced what he called the violent treatment by Honduran troops of several foreign ambassadors in Tegucigalpa, specifically those of Cuba and Venezuela.

Earlier, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Honduran soldiers took away the Cuban ambassador and left the Venezuelan ambassador on the side of a road after beating him during the coup. The Cuban ambassador was later released.

Rodriguez said the Cuban, Venezuelan and Nicaraguan ambassadors in Tegucigalpa had been seeking to give diplomatic shelter to Zelaya’s Foreign Minister Patricia Rodas when a band of Honduran soldiers, their faces hooded, had tried to take her away. He said he was extremely concerned for her safety.

Chavez on Sunday put troops on alert over the coup in Honduras and said he would respond militarily if his envoy to the Central American country was kidnapped or killed.

Rodriguez said there were 84 people, including diplomats, women and children, at the Cuban embassy in Tegucigalpa and said Cuba was “ready to defend the integrity of our embassy”.

(Reporting by Marc Frank, Editing by Pascal Fletcher and Philip Barbara)

I’m sorry but Cuba has and the Castro’s have lost the ability to judge anything as criminal and Brutal.. everything points that while military rule may be bad, considering the currently ousted Honduran President was aligned with Chavez and Castro, anything is better then him staying in power.....


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Posted by Infinity   United States  on 06/29/2009 at 12:11 AM   
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