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A DISPUTE NEARLY ENDS IN TRAGEDY

Posted in CRIMINAL JUSTICE & THE HORRORS OF THE ADVERSARIAL SYSTEM!, GUN CONTROL, ONLINE DEBATE with tags , , on April 14, 2017 by drjgelb

Gunfire barely misses innocent little girl!

 

A little girl plays around the waiting area of a barber-shop, when suddenly death comes bursting through the window and passes inches from her head. She’s survived this time. It could have been so very much worse.

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IMMAM OF MECCA’S GRAND MOSQUE CALLS FOR ALL-OUT-WAR AGAINST SHI’ITES AND CHRISTIANS

Posted in GUN CONTROL on April 5, 2015 by drjgelb

Muslim Cleric Calls for ‘All-Out War,’” by Riyadh Mohammed, The Fiscal Times, April 2, 2015:

…Amid the ongoing Sunni-Shiite wars, on the eve of April Fools’ Day, an audio recording was circulated online of the man who presides over the holiest site for Muslim around the world. The caption on photo accompanying the recording read, “Imam of the grand mosque in Mecca calls for all-out war against Shiites.”

“Our war with Iran, say that out loud, is a war between Sunnis and Shiites,” Sunni preacher Abdul Rahman al-Sudais says in the nearly seven-minute clip. “Our war with Iran…is truly sectarian. If it was not sectarian, we will make it sectarian… The Jews and cross” – meaning Christians – “I swear by Allah that they will have their days…The prophet said that Rome will be conquered …Our disagreement with Rafidha” – another word for Shiites – “will not be removed, nor our suicide to fight them… as long as they are on the face of the earth….”

While cursing Jews is part of Friday prayers and speeches in many parts of the Islamic world, most Muslim imams avoid calling for all-out war with Shiites and Christians. Hearing that call from al-Sudais in the grand mosque in Mecca is an unprecedented escalation of hate speech (though, for what it’s worth, Al-Sudais’ page on Facebook didn’t confirm his alleged comments).

“Remember the date of 3/31/2015, the day the Shiite-Sunni war was announced. It will last more than the crusade wars,” said Ahmed Abul Hussein, the secular editor-in-chief of an Iraqi news agency, about the cleric’s speech.”

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