Saturday, November 04, 2006

Texas Virtual Neighborhood Border Watch Program

Texas Virtual Neighborhood Border Watch Program is now available. As part of the Virtual Neighborhood Border Watch Program, the State of Texas has been testing video surveillance cameras in different environments along the 1240 miles of Texas/Mexico border using the internet to transmit the images. The last stage of the test is to stress the system by providing public access to numerous surveillance cameras.

  1. You must turn off any pop-up blockers for this site.
  2. You will be asked to update your computer with (active x) software that allows you to view the video
  3. Microsoft Internet Explorer is required to utilize this web site. Firefox is not supported.

It is interesting, if quite boring. You have 8 cameras to choose from, and a button to report suspicious activity


CPL David Unger

Amy Proctor has a very good post, with pictures, of the funteral for CPL David Unger

Hat tip to EIMC


4 Leading Military Papers: 'Rumsfeld Must Go'

E&P reported An editorial set to appear on Monday -- election eve -- in the four leading newspapers for the military calls for the resignation of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.

These papers are not printed by the military, and some generals don't like their boss because he pushes for the branches to work more together, and they want total control of their forces
The papers are the Army Times, Air Force Times, Navy Times and Marine Corps Times. They are published by the Military Times Media Group, a subsidiary of Gannett Co., Inc. President Bush said this week that he wanted Rumsfeld to serve out the next two years.

"We say that Rumsfeld must be replaced,” Alex Neill, the managing editor of the Army Times, told The Virginian-Pilot Friday night. “Given the state of affairs with Iraq and the military right now, we think it’s a good time for new leadership there.”

The editorial was based on a decision of the publications’ editorial board, Neill told the paper.


Six Arab states join rush to go nuclear

Times Online reported The spectre of a nuclear race in the Middle East was raised yesterday when six Arab states announced that they were embarking on programmes to master atomic technology.

The move, which follows the failure by the West to curb Iran’s controversial nuclear programme, could see a rapid spread of nuclear reactors in one of the world’s most unstable regions, stretching from the Gulf to the Levant and into North Africa.

The countries involved were named by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Saudi Arabia. Tunisia and the UAE have also shown interest.

All six are predominately Sunni Muslim. We don't know whether Armageddon will initally start with a Sunni on Shia battle, or whether one will attack Israel, or whether one will attack a Western Country, but we know the result, and it is documented in the Book of Revelations
All want to build civilian nuclear energy programmes, as they are permitted to under international law. But the sudden rush to nuclear power has raised suspicions that the real intention is to acquire nuclear technology which could be used for the first Arab atomic bomb.

Brian blogged This is a serious matter, and if we allow Iran to proceed, we could see the entire region go nuclear just for the deterrent. But as we’ve seen in the past, these people aren’t very reasonable, and they certainly don’t fear death and destruction. They very well might welcome a nuclear holocaust. The anti-war crowd may be against any action, but it’s rapidly approaching the point where we may have no choice but to take military action here. Now, I’m not a war hawk or anything of the kind (I lost a cousin in Iraq, so I know full well the cost of war), but I’m certainly pro-national security/defense. If protecting this country means going to war, then so be it.

Blue Crab blogged While our incredibly foolish internal politics, increasingly driven by an increasingly unhinged left focuses on sideshows and the carnival barkers touting the distractions fumble toward election day, the rest of the world watches and realizes we are in disarray. So they decide to go and get nuclear weapons.

Omri blogged But at least the Democratic party is committed to restoring our image with those people. So that they'll like us a little more when they sell their nuke technology, their enriched uranium, and their scientific knowledge to people who are literally - literally – the enemies of Western civilization.

Kim Priestap blogged As Allahpundit from Hot Air reminded us yesterday, Operation: Merlin which took place under Clinton's watch, actually gave Iran nuclear technology

Ahem blogged Yeah, that’s what we need: a world of Islamists with nuclear knowhow.

Debbie blogged Sometimes it’s hard keeping up with the neighbors, they get a new car so you want a new car. In the Arab neighborhood it’s no different. The Ahmadinejads are working on getting a nuke, and everybody else just has to get one too. Now six Arab states join the rush to go nuclear. A nuke — the ‘must have’ this season.

Pastorius blogged We must put a stop to Iran's nuclear ambitions. The only way to do this is to hit them militarily. Negotiations and sanctions will not work. Sanctions did not work in Iraq, and negotiations have not worked in North Korea, and neither of these strategies will work in Iran.

Honestly, we must also attack North Korea. We need to settle all accounts. We can not allow the world to go down this road to chaos - [slouching to Bethlehem... ed]. The Republicans have the will to do something about this problem, and the Democrats don't. Vote Republican. The future of the world depends on it.

Marc Schulman blogged Some events are eminently predictable. One of them was that, if not stopped in its tracks, the Iranian effort to join the Nuclear Club—and, thereby, to increase its regional influence—would prompt an in-kind response from the Arab world. Proliferation fuels proliferation.

A year or so ago—I can't recall exactly when—I argued that Saudi Arabia and Egypt would feel compelled to respond to Tehran's nuclear program, resulting in a Middle East in which Sunni and Shi'a states would both be armed with the ultimate weapon of mass destruction. The current sectarian violence in Iraq is suggestive how dangerous this would be.


Friday, November 03, 2006

NYT confirms Iraq was working on Atom Bomb

NYT reported Last March, the federal government set up a Web site to make public a vast archive of Iraqi documents captured during the war. The Bush administration did so under pressure from Congressional Republicans who had said they hoped to “leverage the Internet” to find new evidence of the prewar dangers posed by Saddam Hussein. But in recent weeks, the site has posted some documents that weapons experts say are a danger themselves: detailed accounts of Iraq’s secret nuclear research before the 1991 Persian Gulf war.

So the New York Times is confirming that the documents were true, and that Saddam was very close to building an Atom Bomb. What does this do to the liberal argument "No WMD, No Treat"
The documents, the experts say, constitute a basic guide to building an atom bomb.
Is this the only site on the internet with those instructions?
Last night, the government shut down the Web site after The New York Times asked about complaints from weapons experts and arms-control officials. A spokesman for the director of national intelligence said access to the site had been suspended “pending a review to ensure its content is appropriate for public viewing.” Officials of the International Atomic Energy Agency, fearing that the information could help states like Iran develop nuclear arms,
Do they think Saddam had more up to date info than A.Q. Khan gave Iran and North Korea?
had privately protested last week to the American ambassador to the agency, according to European diplomats who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the issue’s sensitivity. One diplomat said the agency’s technical experts “were shocked” at the public disclosures.
European diplomats shock easily, especailly on condition of anonymity.
Jim Geraghty blogged I'm still kinda blown away by this paragraph:
Among the dozens of documents in English were Iraqi reports written in the 1990’s and in 2002 for United Nations inspectors in charge of making sure Iraq abandoned its unconventional arms programs after the Persian Gulf war. Experts say that at the time, Mr. Hussein’s scientists were on the verge of building an atom bomb, as little as a year away.
Is this sentence referring to 1990, before the Persian Gulf War? Or 2002, months before the invasion of Iraq? Because "Iraq is a year away from building a nuclear bomb" was supposed to be a myth, a lie that Bush used to trick us into war. And yet here is the New York Times, saying that Iraq had a "how to manual" on how to build a nuclear bomb, and could have had a nuke in a year. In other news, it's good to see that the New York Times is firmly against publicizing sensitive and classified information. Unless, of course, they're the ones doing it....

They would have needed something like... um... you know... what's that stuff called? Oh, that's right. Yellowcake. But we know Iraq would never make an effort to get yellowcake. Joe Wilson had tea with officials in Niger who said so.

Glenn Reynolds blogged Kind of undercuts that whole "Bush lied about WMD" thing. Reader Eric Anondson emails: "It surely must have been a Rovian plot to somehow get the Times to admit that Iraq has a nuclear weapons program on the verge of an atomic bomb by as early as 2003... and right before an election where the Iraq War is listed as the top election concern among likely voters." (Actually, it was 1991, I believe, but this does underscore why WMD fears were reasonable, especially as Saddam was trying to restart things).

CQ blogged This is apparently the Times' November surprise, but it's a surprising one indeed. The Times has just authenticated the entire collection of memos, some of which give very detailed accounts of Iraqi ties to terrorist organizations. Just this past Monday, I posted a memo which showed that the Saddam regime actively coordinated with Palestinian terrorists in the PFLP as well as Hamas and Islamic Jihad. On September 20th, I reposted a translation of an IIS memo written four days after 9/11 that worried the US would discover Iraq's ties to Osama bin Laden. It doesn't end there with the Times, either. In a revelation buried far beneath the jump, the Times acknowledges that the UN also believed Saddam to be nearing development of nuclear weapons:

Tigerhawk blogged Wait a minute. Iraq had WMD programs?!? Iraq was "on the verge of building an atom bomb, as little as a year away"? You're 'shittin' me! And here I thought Bush lied. Seems that the New York Times owes Judith Miller an apology. Or at least a hat tip.


Muslim insurgents behead 14-year-old Christian boy

WorldNetDaily reported A website in Assyria is confirming that a 14-year-old Christian boy who was working a 12-hour shift maintaining an electric generator has been murdered by Muslim insurgents.

The "brave" Muslim insurgents could not find the courage to attack an adult.
The youth was identified as Ayad Tariq, who lived in Baqouba, Iraq, and was at work on Oct. 21 when a group of "disguised Muslim insurgents" went into the power plant shortly after his shift began at 6 a.m. The website reported the insurgents asked him for his identification and, according to other witnesses who hid and stayed alive to report on the attack, questioned his identification card's reference to him as a "Christian." Are you truly a "Christian sinner," they asked. "Yes, I am Christian but I am not a sinner," he replied. The insurgents then called him a "dirty Christian sinner," grabbed his limbs and held them while beheading him, the witnesses reported. They were shouting, "Allahu akbar! Allahu Akbar!" during the murder, witnesses said. An organization called said they are the indigenous people of Iraq, with a population that has been in the Middle East from the time of Christ.


Success with Adult Stem Cells

Kirsten Powers Yesterday's Honolulu Star Bulletin editorial demonstrates how effective the misleading Michael J. Fox ads actually have been:

Conservative radio commentator Rush Limbaugh accused Michael J. Fox of giving people "false hope" that stem cell research could lead to remedies for Fox and other victims of Parkinson's disease, but Penny Thomas of the Big Island knows otherwise. Thomas is the first known American to be successfully treated for Parkinson's disease with human stem cells.
Except, according to their own editorial (my bold):
The fact that therapy using adult stem cells was successful in treatment of Penny Thomas is encouraging because federal funds on such research are unrestricted.
That's right. A woman has been successfully treated for Parkinsons with adult stem cells. Which is NOT what the Michael J. Fox ads were about. They were about candidates who do not support expanding federal funding of adult stem cell research to embryonic stem cell research. The contortions the Star Bulletin editorial page takes to ignore the progress of adult stem cell research for the unknown possibilities of embryonic stem cell research are remarkable.
The liberals don't want to hear about successes with Adult Stem Cells, because they don't involve experimenting on human embryos, and just as they like aborting babies before they can be born, they like experimenting with embryos before they are even implanted.


Saudi court sentences rape victim to 90 lashes

Jerusalem Post A Saudi court has sentenced a gang rape victim to 90 lashes of the whip because she was alone in a car with a man to whom she was not married.

A rape victim is punished??? Well at least she was not stoned to death.

But how can she be alone in a car with someone else? If there is someone else there, she is not alone.


Thursday, November 02, 2006

Martyrdom as a Weapon of Mass Destruction

Craig S. Karpel wrote on Politics Central

Iranian nuclear strategy: Heads we win, tails you lose.... The U.S. has about 10,000 nuclear warheads. Tehran cannot hope to deter retaliation by attaining numerical parity. In the grim game of nuclear strategy, will trumps numbers. The Iranians can leverage possession of a relatively small arsenal of weapons into geopolitical power by providing clearly discernible evidence that they are prepared to use them even though doing so means being themselves atomized. The mullahs read the West as being unwilling to sacrifice anything to secure its power, and as being dependent on others feeling the same way.
That means we will not use nuke's first, but if Iran does use them, it will glow in the dark.
Iran’s unstated purpose in turning Lebanon into an unstate is to display to the world’s nuclear strategists Shi’ite-and, by extension, Iranian-willingness to commit national suicide.... Iranian willingness to accept nuclear retaliation against itself as a form of martyrdom -or, if that willingness is not actually present, other countries’ belief that it is-will allow Tehran to use the implicit threat of a suicidal first strike to get its way:
We are prepared to nuke you first even though you are certain to respond by nuking us. You, in contrast, are not prepared to nuke us first because we are certain to respond by nuking you.
But we can do a lot if damage to you with conventional weapons.
Therefore we need only to possess the ability to nuke you in order to induce you to bend to our will.
The prospect of an Iran that can wield nuclear strategic power without having to launch a single missile, though not as spectacular as the Ahmadinejad - as - All - Four - Horsemen - of - the - Apocalypse scenario, is daunting. The distance from Iran to Saudi Arabia, between which lies Shi’a-populated, oil-endowed southern Iraq, is less than 200 miles. Saudi Arabia’s oilfields are in its Eastern Province, much of whose populace are Shi’ites, who are suppressed by, and hostile to, the House of Saud. The goal of Tehran’s nuclear weapons program is to enable Iran to attain hegemony over the entire littoral of the very aptly named Persian Gulf and, by exercising control of virtually all of the Mideast’s oil reserves, become a global power. Or die trying.
I prefer the latter.


Mideast terror leaders say Vote Democrat

WorldNetDaily reported The terrorists told WorldNetDaily an electoral win for the Democrats would prove to them Americans are "tired."

and the reason Osama attacked on 9/11 is because we withdrew after Blackhawk Down
They rejected statements from some prominent Democrats in the U.S. that a withdrawal from Iraq would end the insurgency, explaining an evacuation would prove resistance works and would compel jihadists to continue fighting until America is destroyed. They said a withdrawal would also embolden their own terror groups to enhance "resistance" against Israel.
They would find Israel much less likely to get "tired"
"Of course Americans should vote Democrat," Jihad Jaara, a senior member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades terror group and the infamous leader of the 2002 siege of Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity, told WND.


Democracy vs. Jihad

Democrats who help Terrorists


Vote Republican On November 7th.

Your Life Depends On It.


Youths challenge the French state

Telegraph reported Symbols of the French state, including policemen, firemen and postmen, are under intensified attack from disaffected youths

Why don't you admit they are Muslim Youths
as the country faces the worst race relations crisis in its history.
Islam is a religion, not a race. Arab is a race, but non-arab Muslims are causing problems too.
Hardly a night passes without gangs — many of them from immigrant families — attacking police cars, buses and emergency rescue teams. Yesterday, the weekly magazine Le Nouvel Observateur published a confidential report drawn up by a public service trade union, the CGT, containing scores of eye-witness accounts of brutal attacks on public servants who work in the worst suburbs, or "banlieues", from gas board workers to staff from the electricity company. Its publication follows the revelation that attacks on police have soared this year, with some 14 a day, and a growing number of incidents in which officers have been lured into ambushes.Telegraph reported Symbols of the French state, including policemen, firemen and postmen, are under intensified attack from disaffected youths
Why don't you admit they are Muslim Youths
as the country faces the worst race relations crisis in its history.
Islam is a religion, not a race. Arab is a race, but non-arab Muslims are causing problems too.
Hardly a night passes without gangs — many of them from immigrant families — attacking police cars, buses and emergency rescue teams. Yesterday, the weekly magazine Le Nouvel Observateur published a confidential report drawn up by a public service trade union, the CGT, containing scores of eye-witness accounts of brutal attacks on public servants who work in the worst suburbs, or "banlieues", from gas board workers to staff from the electricity company. Its publication follows the revelation that attacks on police have soared this year, with some 14 a day, and a growing number of incidents in which officers have been lured into ambushes.


Paris airport bars Muslim staff

BBC News reported More than 70 Muslim workers at France's main airport have been stripped of their security clearance for allegedly posing a risk to passengers. The staff at Charles de Gaulle airport, including baggage handlers, are said to have visited terrorist training camps in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

It is a good thing they checked. What about other European Airports?
One man is thought to have been a friend of Richard Reid, the so-called British shoe bomber.


Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Truck Spills 2 Tons of Pig Heads on Road

My Way News reported A truck spilled two tons of pigs' heads on a road in western Germany, giving passing drivers a shock on the night before Halloween, police said Tuesday.<

Where was it taking them?
To a local Mosque????? Hysterical


Criticizing Islam threatens peace

Yahoo! News reported A leading Turkish cleric called criticism of Islam a serious threat to world peace,

Is Islam such a weak faith that it can't stand up to a little criticism?
speaking Wednesday as Turkey prepared for a controversial visit by Pope Benedict XVI later in the month. Benedict visits Turkey — his first as pope to a predominantly Muslim country — two months after provoking widespread anger by quoting an emperor who characterized the Prophet Muhammad's teachings as "evil and inhuman." Ali Bardakoglu, head of the country's religious affairs, said "it was saddening" to see Islam being criticized while the religion's contribution to civilization is ignored.
Exactly what contributions are you talking about. The Islamists want to take us back from the 21st century to the 8th century.


Iraq's new secret police

Ralph Peters wrote in New York Post We went to Iraq to overthrow a police state. Through a combination of stubbornness, naivete and noble intentions, we've replaced it with another police state - more violent, more corrupt and less accountable.

I would not call it a police state, although it certainly is more violent, more corrupt and less accountable.
As an Army officer remarked to me, Saddam's starting to look good.
Well they have not hung him yet, should we free him?
Our greatest setback in Iraq may be that country's undoing: It has proven impossible to develop an honest, nonpartisan police establishment anywhere in the country's Arab provinces.
That says something about Arabs.
The police aren't feared by criminals, but by law-abiding citizens. The secret police are back, in the form of death squads. And the government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki looks perfectly happy with the situation.
I don't think he is happy with the situation, he is just too weak to risk offending Sadar; we need to tell him he must, or must turn the government over to someone who is not afraid of Sadar, or we need to tell him goodby.


Nearly half of Americans uncertain God exists

BREITBART reported Nearly half of Americans are not sure God exists, according to a poll that also found divisions among the public on whether God is male or female or whether God has a human form and has control over events.

This showed up as being reported in AFP (Agence France-Presse). I would be interested to see what the poll results would be if the secular French took the same poll.
The survey conducted by Harris Poll found that 42 percent of US adults are not "absolutely certain" there is a God compared to 34 percent who felt that way when asked the same question three years ago. Among the various religious groups, 76 percent of Protestants, 64 percent of Catholics and 30 percent of Jews said they are "absolutely certain" there is a God while 93 percent of Christians who describe themselves as "Born Again" feel certain God exists.
What are the rest of them doing in church?
When questioned on whether God is male or female, 36 percent of respondents said they think God is male, 37 percent said neither male nor female and 10 percent said "both male and female." Only one percent think of God as a female, according to the poll.
I don't really care whether God is male or female, both or neighter. He is God.
Asked whether God has a human form, 41 percent said they think of God as "a spirit or power than can take on human form but is not inherently human."
His only begotten son was clearly here in human form.
As to whether God controls events on Earth, 29 percent believe that to be the case while 44 percent said God "observes but does not control what happens on Earth". The survey was conducted online between October 4 and 10 among 2,010 US adults.


Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Maliki Orders Lifting of Checkpoints Around Sadr City

WaPo reported U.S. forces ended a five-day-old military blockade of Baghdad's impoverished Sadr City section Tuesday, meeting a deadline set by Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki amid tensions between U.S. and Iraqi officials and pressure from the anti-American cleric whose militia controls the sprawling Shiite slum. Maliki ordered that the security cordon be lifted hours after cleric Moqtada al-Sadr called for a civil disobedience campaign in Sadr City to protest the blockade,

If Maliki can't stand up to Moqtada al-Sadr we should withdraw our forces, and let them have their civil war.
which the U.S. military launched Wednesday in an effort to find an abducted U.S. soldier and capture a purported Iraqi death squad leader. It was the Maliki government's greatest demonstration of independence from the occupying U.S. military forces, following two weeks of increasingly pointed exchanges between Iraqi and U.S. officials. But it was also a reminder of the degree to which Maliki must cooperate with Sadr, who leads the political party that comprises one of the biggest blocs in the governing alliance and who effectively runs the Shiite Muslim stronghold named for his deceased father.


The Eid sexual harassment incident

Rantings of a Sandmonkey It was the first day of Eid, and a new film was opening downtown. Mobs of males gatherd trying to get in, but when the show was sold out, they decided they will destroy the box office. After accomplishing that, they went on what can only be described as a sexual frenxy: They ran around grabbing any and every girl in sight, whether a niqabi, a Hijabi or uncoverd.

Ah Islam, The religion that respects women. I wonder how many of the women can find the necessary four witnesses to file charges.
Whether egyptian or foreigner. Even pregnant ones. They grabbed them, molested them, tried to rip their cloths off and rape them, all in front of the police, who didn't do shit. The good people of downtown tried their best to protect the girls. Shop owners would let the girls in and lock the doors, while the mobs tried to break in. Taxi drivers put the girls in the cars while the mobs were trying to break the glass and grab the girls out. It was a disgusting pandamonium of sexual assaults that lasted for 5 houres from 7:30 PM to 12:30 am, and it truns my stomach just to think about it.


Monday, October 30, 2006

Pakistani attack on al-Qaida kills 80

Yahoo! News reported Pakistani troops and helicopters firing missiles killed as many as 80 militants training at a religious school used as an al-Qaida training center near the Afghan border, officials said. Local leaders said all those slain when the school, or madrassa, was destroyed were civilians.

That just means they were not the military, who were attacking. Al Qaeda pretends to be civilians
Army spokesman Maj. Gen. Shaukat Sultan said initial estimates based on intelligence sources on the ground indicated that the attack killed about 80 suspected militants, who appeared to be in their 20s and were from Pakistan and other countries.


Sunday, October 29, 2006

Muslim Offense Level

I just noticed that The Religious Policeman is discontinued posting back in June, but to let him know we miss him, here is his Muslim Offense Level

Meaning - We are slightly miffed, although we are not sure why. We think we are not as popular as we would like to be.
Non-Muslim response - Tread very carefully and do not offend us
Consequence of non-compliance - We will get very cross and stamp our feet

Meaning - We are quite offended, because people are generally picking on us.
Non-Muslim response - Stop making jokes about us
Consequence of non-compliance - We will rant on about "Islamophobia" and "Orientalism", although we don't understand what those words really mean

Meaning - We are definitely cross, because people keep blaming us for 9/11, Parisian cars getting torched, Saudi women getting stoned
Non-Muslim response - Pretend that these things have nothing to do with Islam or Muslims, tell everyone how we brought algebra to 9th Century Spain
Consequence of non-compliance - We will cause even more mayhem. Did you leave your car out in the street?

Meaning - We are extremely offended by a particular individual or country
Non-Muslim response - That individual or country must apologize
Consequence of non-compliance - Individual; Fatwa, assassination, or both. Country; Boycott (unless you export things the Saudi Royal Family are consumers of), and Saudi newspapers write a long string of boring and repetitive articles that you will never read but will drive Saudi readers to distraction.

Meaning - We have had enough of your rudeness and ridicule and have gone completely ballistic
Non-Muslim response - We demand that the Pope and President Bush go down on their knees and apologize personally for every rude thing that everyone has ever said about us over the last 1400 years, and promise that it won't happen again
Consequence of non-compliance - We will cease the export of oil, therefore depriving the numerous Saudi Royal Family of all income, we will cease the import of all cars, tanks, airplanes (military and civil), computers, building technology, infrastructure and general professional expertise, and we will stop visiting Western fleshpots like the South of France, the USA, London..... Honest. We will. We really mean it this time. Just you wait. We really will. You better believe it. We're not kidding. We're telling you. Honest. Don't make us do it.....


Dove Evolution

Don't believe everything you see


Jihad Christmas

CEven Charlie Brown has become a Jihadi


Al-Qaeda warns Canada An al-Qaeda strategist has warned Canada to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan or face terrorist attacks similar to 9/11, Madrid and the London transit bombings.

And if the do will it protect them? No, it will show they are weak. And bullies like to pick on the weak.
The threat, attributed to a member of the al-Qaeda information and strategy committee, condemns Prime Minister Stephen Harper for refusing to pull out of Afghanistan. It also refers to Canada's "fanatic adherence to Christianity"
As if they don't have a fanatic adherence to their supposed "faith".
as well as its purported attempts to "damage the Muslims" and its support for the "Christian Crusade" against al-Qaeda.

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