Friday, February 16, 2007

Drenched in blood, despair, wipe out, atrocities

No-one's died yet, so for that small mercy, we should be grateful. But how long will it be? Judge for yourself from the tone of moderation exhibited below.


Kashmir on Friday shut in protest against Israel's excavation and repair work around Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. The strike was called by radical Islamic terrorist group Jamiatul Mujahideen.

All shops and business centres remained closed. Transport also remained off the roads, thinning people's movement. The impact of the strike looked complete as the government offices were closed due to holiday on the eve of Hindu festival Maha Shivratri.
The head of the northern branch of Israel's Islamic Movement on Friday called for an intifada (uprising) to save the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Israel Radio reported. In a fiery speech at his protest tent in the East Jerusalem, Sheikh Raed Salah accused Israel of attempting to build the Temple on al Aqsa while drenched in Arab blood, according to the report.

"Israeli history is drenched in blood," Israel Radio quoted Salah as saying. "They want to build their Temple while our blood is on their clothing, on their doorposts, in their food and in their water."
Mr Amil said that the region had been “thrown into despair” by the Israeli actions in and around the Haram al Sharif compound.
"Now the Zionists want to wipe out this chapter in history and judaise the gate," he told Al-Attajdid newspaper in an interview. "This is the battle of all people from the Arab Maghreb," he said.
Iran at the UN
An Iranian official here Tuesday strongly condemned Zionist atrocities in occupied Palestinian lands, particularly the recent acts of profanity on the al-Aqsa Mosque in Al-Qods' old city.
The Zionist regime not only continues to flout 16 UN Security Council resolutions denouncing its expansionist policies but also continues its savage crimes on Palestinians, the Iranian envoy reiterated.
Russia demanded the Israeli occupation Wednesday to stop digging around al-Aqsa mosque and end the siege imposed on the Palestinian territories.

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