2003 January - March 15
Islamic Terrorism Timeline
- January 2003: As the new year dawned the United States was squandering $4.5 billion per month on a mythical war against a tactic. But this was a drop in the barrel compared to the $150 billion annually the nation would waste in a winless war Iraq. Lashing out at a tactic while ignoring the real enemy became enormously expensive.
As we make our way through the first three months of this year, pay close attention to where Muslims are not conducting acts of terrorism - Iraq. Then compare this period of quiet to the avalanche of Islamic terrorism that follows the U.S. invasion. This stark comparison will demonstrate that the war in Iraq did exactly the opposite of what it was intended to do.
- January 1, 2003: Muslims in Kashmir demonstrated why they should not be allowed to govern themselves when they abducted a lowly carpet maker from his home in Islamabad. Thinking that he had been a police informer, they slit his throat in a nearby village and then discarded his body.
The following day, the police recovered another body, this one bobby-trapped with a bomb hidden under the dead man's clothes. Both killings were perpetrated by the salafi fundamentalist group Jaish-e-Muhammad - the Army of Muhammad.
- January 2, 2003: The beaten and burned body of Massoud Makhluf Alon, 72, from Menahemiya in the Lower Galilee, was found in the northern Jordan Valley in his car. Fatah's Al-Aqsa Brigades claimed responsibility for the murder.
Israel remained ground zero for Islamic terrorism because Muhammad and Allah were anti-Semitic racists. Muhammad robbed, enslaved, raped, and murdered a higher percentage of Jews within his grasp than did Adolf Hitler. And Allah's Qur'an is more racist than Hitler's Mein Kampf. Allah even calls Jews "apes and swine." The Islamic god says that he personally "terrorizes, enslaves, and robs Jews," and then for good measure, Allah turned their "asses into their faces." Muhammad was more direct. He said: "Kill every Jew.".
- January 3, 2003: Obeying his prophet's orders a Muslim in Paris, France stabbed Rabbi Gabriel Farhi in the abdomen. We know it was a Muslim because he confessed to the crime shouting "Allah is the Greatest" in Arabic before fleeing. Sources say that Farhi had received death threats only a few hours prior to the attack, in which Islamicists vowed revenge for Palestinians. Farhi's synagogue had been targeted by Islamic militant before in May 2002.
- January 4, 2003: Fundamentalist Muslims in Kabul, Afghanistan placed a bomb in a toilet used by Zarghuna High School students. It was discovered and defused.
- January 5, 2003: Two Islamic suicide bomb attacks killed 23 and wounded 120 in Tel Aviv, Israel. Eight of the victims were foreigners. The al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, controlled by the American, European, and OPEC supported PA/PLO/Fatah organization, claimed responsibility for the mass murders and mutilations.
The carnage was the result of Islamic Imams convincing two Muslim boys to believe that if they died killing Jews Allah would give them unending sex in paradise. Thinking that god rewards mass murderers with a brothel, they both wrapped their privates in gauze to protect them, donned explosive vests laden with rat poison and nails, and then blew themselves up near the Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv.
These bombers blew themselves up within eyesight of each other - one detonating himself just after he heard the victims of the first bomber scream. Their explosive vests were covered in nails, ball bearings, and other objects designed to worsen their effect.
In Mrach 2005, an Israeli court indicted Mu'afaq Iruk, an Israeli Muslim to 42 years on prison for this attack. Iruk drove the both bombers to the site.
The Israeli victims included: Moshe Aharfi, 60; Mordechai Evioni, 52; Andrei Friedman, 30; Meir Haim, 74; Hannah Haimov, 53; Avi Kotzer, 43; Ramin Nasibov, 25; Mazal Orkobi, 20; Ilanit Peled, 32; Viktor Shebayev, 62; Boris Tepalshvili, 51; Sapira Shoshana, 46; Lilya Zibstein, 33; Amiram Zmora, 55; and Igor Zobokov, 32. Foreign workers killed by these insane Muslim murderers included: Krassimir Mitkov Angelov, 32, of Bulgaria; Steven Arthur Cromwell, 43, of Ghana; Ivan Gaptoniak, 46, of Ukraine; Ion Nicolae, 34, of Romania; Guo Aiping, 47, of China; Li Peizhong, 41, of China; and Mihai Sabau, 38, of Romania. Zhang Minmin, 53, of China died of her wounds on January 13.
- January 5, 2003: In Iran, four children were injured when a number of bombs went off in the southeastern city of Zahedan.
- January 6, 2003: Allah's Party, known as Hizballah, fired a barrage of anti-aircraft shells into Israel from Southern Lebanon.
- January 6, 2003: Allah's Helpers in Kashmir removed the heads of three men and a boy in the Hassanoor village near Islamabad. Two of the three were father and son. Sadly, the man's other son, had been murdered three months previously.
- January 10, 2003: In Kashmir, Islamic militants operating as part of the Army of Muhammad, in collaboration with Hezbul Mujahideen, shot and killed a mother and her son inside of their home in the southern Poonch. The same day they opened fire on an alleged informer, but missing him they killed an innocent bystander. Also on the tenth, another group of militants damaged a Shiv temple in a grenade attack. Later that night, the set the house of three brothers in Sargali ablaze.
The next morning, a Muslim gunman in Parigam, Kashmir kidnapped a man and then murdered him.
- January 12, 2003: In Israel, Eli Biton, 48, was killed and four people were wounded when Islamic terrorists infiltrated their community and opened fire. The Islamic Jihad was irresponsibility as their name suggests.
- January 12, 2003: Mikhail Kazakov of Jerusalem was murdered by Egyptian Muslims who had infiltrated across the Israel-Egypt border near the Negev town of Nitzana. So much for Camp David.
On this same day, two Israelis were wounded by three Qassem rockets which had been smuggled across the Gaza/Egyptian border. HAMAS claimed to have fired them.
- January 13, 2003: The bodies of two brothers were found by police near their Baramulla home. They had been abducted by Muslims militants who claimed that they were informers. Both men had been tortured.
The same day, militant abducted another two men, these from Sildar. One body was found the following day riddled with bullets.
- January 14, 2003:An Islamic gunman shot an killed a former Jaish-e-Mohammad spokesman at point-blank range in Srinagar. Ghulam hassan Chopan, also known as, Abu Gazali, had been linked to a pro-Pakistani group associated with Hizballah. He had been arrested by security forces and after his release he did not return to his former terrorist activities. This is one of a thousand confirmations that Islam is like the Mafia in that once you join there is only one way out.
- January 14, 2003:While Muslims did not confess to the crime, it has their fingerprints all over it. In Paris, France a homemade bomb, constructed of four propane gas canisters, four bottles of gasoline, and four bottles of another corrosive and combustible chemical, but without a detonator, was found inside the Sacre Coeur church. Sacre Coeur is one of Paris's most-visited Christian sites.
- January 15, 2003:In Kashmir today, one man was kidnapped and murdered byJaish-e-Muhammadwhile another was burned alive in his home. Then for good measure, the most popular fundamentalist Islamic terrorist organization in Kashmir, Hezbul Mujahideen, planted a massive bomb outside the Srinagar state assembly building.
- January 17, 2003: An Israeli and two Muslims were killed when Islamic terrorists following Allah's Qur'anic orders entered the Jewish man's home and opened fire. His 5-year-old daughter and her two friends were wounded by the HAMAS killer.
- January 17, 2003: In Afghanistan, one person was killed and another was injured when a bomb concealed in a radio exploded in the northern city of Balkh. The Kabul government blamed al-Qaeda, but provided no details or proof.
- January 20, 2003: We don't normally think of terrorists using "heavy artillery" but that is what fundamentalist Muslims sympathetic to the Taliban unleashed on Qandahar, Afghanistan today. Two days later, the attackers turned to a more conventional terrorist weapon and bombed the office of foreign aid workers in Pol-e Khori, Afghanistan.
- January 20, 2003: Muslim militants in Kashmir broke into a home in Rajouri, murdering a man, his wife, and their three children. Imagine believing that this was a religious duty.
The same day, the bullet-ridden body of a People's Democratic Party activist was found in the Nabal community of Islamabad. And in Sadgi Bhatta, a woman was kidnapped from her brother's home and then murdered. Based upon the target, this was probably the work of Hezbul Mujahideen.
Later in the day, six Muslim militants in a collaborative Jaish-e-Muhammad/Hezbul Mujahideen mission kidnapped two Village Defense Committee members in Bajmasta and then killed them the following day.
Next, they entered the village of Sumbar and gunned down a civilian for no apparent reason.
Two days later, Hezbul Mujahideen Muslims, resolutely opposed to freedom of choice, opened fire on the home of a Congress Block president in Gandoh. As the politician and his family fled the scene, the militants hurled a grenade ad them, injuring the Congressman's son, daughter, and two others.
It was not an isolated event. The next day a Congress leader from the Doda district encountered angry constituents who tossed a grenade at him and his children, severely wounding a family of four.
Then, not keeping up with the times, militant Muslims following Muhammad's wretched example assassinated a peaceful Congressmen who had just been defeated in the popular vote.During this time period, Muslims against democracy were killing one or more pro-choice politicians each day.
- January 21, 2003:In Kuwait, an American was killed and another was wounded when shots were fired on their Humvee while they were stopped at an intersection north of Kuwait City and and just three miles of Camp Doha - the headquarters of the U.S. military in Kuwait. The victims were both civilian contractors for the military. They worked for Tapestry Solutions, a San Diego software development company. The gunman killed him using a Kalashnikov rifle. It was Kuwait's third such attack on Americans in three months.
- January 22, 2003:In Gostivar, Macedonia today, militants who prefer guns to words, and who are opposed to choice, opened fire on the offices of the Democratic Union Party, injuring an activist named after the lone prophet of the religion named submission. One person was injureded in the attack.
Four days later these muslims used their assault rifes again, this time on the headquarters of the Democratic Union for Integration in Skopje. They also fired a rocket-propelled grenade into the building.
- January 23, 2003: Ronald Berer, 20; Assaf Bitan, 19; and Ya'akov Naim, 20, were killed by Islamic jihadists while working south of Hebron. HAMAS claimed responsibility for killing these three young men.
During this period, Palestinians were demonstrating their civility each day by firing assault rifles into cars, rockets into homes, and mortars into businesses. The fact that their aim wasn't very good is the only reason their daily attacks don't dominate this timeline.
- January 25, 2003: In Israel, a barrage of ten Qassem rockets rained down on Negev settlements today. Three landed in the town of Sederot, destroying some homes but not injuring anyone. HAMAS claimed credit. Three more rockets were launched the following day.
- January 26, 2003: In Pakistan, militants blew up the second gas pipeline in less than a week.
- January 26, 2003: In al-Khidr, Israel, a donkey laden with explosives was blown up next to an Israeli bus. HAMAS claimed credit for perpetrating the asinine assault. .
- January 26, 2003: In Afghanistan, gunshots were fired on a United Nations High Commission for Refugees convoy traveling southwest of Jalalabad. Two Afghan security officers were killed and their driver was wounded. The five-vehicle convoy carrying UN personnel and Afghani security forces came under attack after stopping beside a body of a man who had recently been killed. It was lying in the middle road, apparently an earlier victim of the same assailants and part of the ambush designed for the UN convoy. The Muslim militants directed all of their fire at the Afghani security vehicle in the rear of convoy. The likely culprits include remnants of the Taliban or Gulbuddin Hekmatyan's Hezb-e-Islam Party.
The same day, a bomb was planted in the southern city of Qandahar, killing one and injuring two. The explosion took place near Taliban leader Mullah Omar's former residence, now being used by Americans. Then the following day, Muslims preferring explosive devices to compelling words, detonated a bomb in the Action Organization offices in Kandahar City.
- January 27, 2003:In India, the Students' Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), a banned Islamist group seeking to convert India into an Islamic state, detonated two bombs which exploded in the Ville Parle suburb of Mumbai. The first was detonated near a row of grocery stores, injuring twenty-seven people. Four hours later, the second bomb exploded prematurely so the exact target is unknown. The Indian police allege that the bombings on a bus and in a McDonald's restaurant on December 2nd and 6th, were also masterminded by SIMI.
- January 27, 2003:Muslims are neither pro-choice nor pro-life. In six separate terrorist assaults in Kashmir today, militants murdered six politicians and burned several homes. Their preferred technique remained kidnapping followed by torture, decapitation, and then public display.
- January 29, 2003:Muslims wounded two Jews in an armed assault. The Israelis were inside of a car driving in the settlement of Beit El.
- January 30, 2003:Muslims militants in Afghanistan fired assault rifles into a car carrying two World Food Program employees.
- January 30, 2003:As you shall soon discover, the leading cause of death for Americans sent to Iraq to depose the secular Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein was a combination of accidents and friendly fire. Mishaps claimed over two thirds of the lives initially sacrificed in the mistaken war. Just under one third of the fallen would be murdered by Iraqi civilians - the people the nation was led to believe they were "liberating.".
I share this with you because today in Afghanistan, a helicopter accident claimed four American lives. Greg Framption, 37, of Santa Ana, California; Tom Gibbons, 31, of Edgewater, Maryland; Dan Kisling, 31, of Neosho, Missouri; and Mark O'Steen, 41, of Ozark, Alabama were killed when their Army UH-60 Black Hawk crashed near the Bagram Air Base.
- January 31, 2003:In Afghanistan, fundamentalist Muslims used an anti-tank mine to destroy a bridge outside the southern city of Kandahar, killing 18 people and injuring two on a passing bus. Trying to kill as many people as possible, the terrorists detonated the bomb while bus was crossing the bridge in Rambasa, 12 miles south of Kandahar. All of the passengers except the driver and a boy were killed.
Police, knowing that it would be a life-endining decision to hold Islam accountable, instead blamed a popori of Islamic clubs: al Qaeda, Taliban remnants, or possibly the warlord Gulluddin Hekmatyra's Hezb-e-Islam. They surmised that two of these three groups might have joined forces against the U.S. troops operating in Afghanistan and against the US-backed Karzai regime. This was the deadliest attack in Afghanistan in a year.
- January 31, 2003: Continuing their assault against all forms of freedom, Muslims in Kashmir murdered the editor of local news agency. NAFA, the News and Feature Alliance, editor Parvaz Mohammad Sultan was shot dead by unidentified gunmen at his home office in Srinagar's Press Enclave. He had been contributing to the pro-democracy newspaper Quami Awaz. NAFA had been carrying reports on the split in the ranks of the Islamic terrorist group Hezbul Mujahedin (the Party of Holy Warriors) in the weeks leading up to the murder of Parvaz Mohammed.
- February 1, 2003: Turkish Muslims placed a time bomb under some tables of a McDonald's in Istanbul. It was discovered and disarmed before it delivered its lethal message.
- February 1, 2003: Another accident claimed the life of an American soldier supporting the war in Afghanistan. Michael Barry, 29, from Overland park, Kansas was fatally injured while riding in a Humvee that was struck by another vehicle. He was a member of the Missouri Army National Guard.
- February 2, 2003: In Karachi, Pakistan, a member of the terrorist group Harakat-ul-Ansar, also known as and Harakat-ul-Mujahideen, was shot and killed by members of a rival Islamic group.
- February 3, 2003: Muslim militants on motorcycles planted a bomb on outside the Clifton Shopping Galleria in Karachi, Pakistan. In addition to destroying a dozen vehicles, and some shops, they damaged the headquarters of Pakistan State Oil company.
- February 4, 2003: Militant Muslim gunmen entered a home in Behkipora, Kashmir, kidnapped the owner, and then slit his throat with a knife once they were inside a local mosque. Muslims would go on to kidnap and murder two more people who wouldn't submit before the day was over.
- February 5, 2003:A British citizen was shot as he rode from work to his home in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Three Muslims sprayed five bullets at the vehicle, but did not injure the driver, only the employee of British Airways.
- February 5, 2003: Helge Boes, 32, an officer deployed by America's Counterterrorism Center, a part of the CIA, was fatally injured when a grenade he was holding prematurely detonated in a live-fire exercise in eastern Afghanistan.
- February 6, 2003: Amir Ben-Aryeh, 21, and Idan Suzin, 20, were killed and in a shooting attack in the area of Nablus. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and Fatah-Tanzim claimed responsibility for the murders.
- February 6, 2003: A vehicle accident claimed the life of Brian Clemens, a teenager from Kokomo, Indiana today in Kuwait. He was awaiting deployment in Afghanistan when his Humvee overturned.
- February 7, 2003: Muslims in Jalalabad, Afghanistan detonated a bomb outside of a woodworking shop, destroying it but not killing anyone.
- February 7, 2003: Sporadically throughout this period we have been reviewing, drug lords in Colombia have terrorized those who opposed them. I haven't as a rule listed their revolting acts because they don't technically fit the definition of terrorism. They are not perpetrated to advance a political or religious agenda. The drug lords are like the MAFIA and they commit these crimes simply for personal financial gain.
However, on this day, a Marxist group was suspected of exploding a car bomb outside a night club in Bogotá, killing 32 persons and wounding 160. No group claimed responsibility, but Colombian officials suspected the Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) of committing the worst terrorist attack there in recent memory.
FARC allegedly struck one more time this year, perpetrating the only other terrorist attack that wasn't sponsored by Muslims. Islam now had monopoly on terror. The OPEC crude cartel at 40% dominance was now a pale reflection of the social chaos it had fueled.
- February 8, 2003: Members of Ansar al-Islam (the Helpers of the Submission) assassinated Kurdish legislator Shawkat Haji Mushir and captured two other Kurdish officials in northern Iraq. Soon these Muslim murderers would turn their attention to Americans. The "Crusaders" were about to enter their shooting gallery. But what is interesting is that this is the first and only act of terrorism in Iraq this year. Six months after the American invasion, there would be a score of terrorist killings like this, and worse, each and every day.
Shawkat Hajji Mushir, had been a member of the Kurdish parliament and he was the founder of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. A team of Ansar al-Islam gunmen deceived PUK officials by pretending to negotiate the defection of 120 Ansar jihadists to the Patriotic Union. They met with Mushir at a home in the village of Qamesh Tapa, ostensibly to finalize the terms of the defection. But Mushir was shot and killed as he finalized a letter summarizing their meeting. Two PUK officials who had accompanied him were promptly murdered outside the home.
Islam's Helpers then opened fire on the village itself, killing three civilians and injuring twelve. One of the wounded later died of her injuries. This attack was the third assassination attempt by fundamentalist salafi Islamicists against democratic Kurdish leaders in northern Iraq since 2001. At the conclusion of the bloodletting, two pro-liberty Kurds - men had previously been sent to the Ansar al-Islam to guarantee the safety of their men at the talks - were taken hostage and later killed.
Ansar al-Islam is a fundamentalist Islamic organization headquartered in the Kurdish area of northern Iraq. The Helpers of Submission was founded in December 2001 from the merger of Jund al-Islam (Soldiers of Islam) and an unnamed group of jihadists led by Mullah Krekar - an Islamic cleric. Jund al-Islam was itself a conglomerate, formed from smaller groups that had broken off from the Islamic Movement of Kurdistan in the mid-nineties. It had close ties to the Tawhid Islamic Front as opposed to the more recent Tawhid and Jihad.
Ansar al-Islam's founding philosophy called for the establishment of an Islamic theocracy under Sharia, or strict Islamic law, in the Kurdish areas of northern Iraq. Its fundamental religious position and purpose put Submission's Helpers in direct conflict with Kurdish secular and democratic parties, such as the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK).
As you shall soon see, America used $25 million dollars worth of cruise missiles to attack Ansar al-Islam's mountainous sanctuary in Kurdistan/Iraq prior to the initial invasion. As a result, many of Submission's Helpers moved south where they have grown much larger and stronger as a result of the United States occupation of Iraq. Crusaders in the land of Islam has spurred a massive infusion of new members, most of whom are foreign jihadists. The group now promotes the establishment of an Islamic state in all of Iraq. To achieve that goal, Ansar al-Islam is focused on killing American troops as well as Muslims who support them.
In a minor setback, the group's leader, Mullah Krekar who enjoyed diplomatic immunity in Norway, was finally arrested in January 2004.
- February 8, 2003: The Shi'ite militia death squads wrecking havoc in Iraq today may have gotten their inspiration from the Pakistanis. In Quetta, Pakistan today four militant Muslims entered a wine shop. They tied up the six people inside hand and foot. Then they unloaded their assault rifles into them, shooting them in the head and body.
- February 10, 2003: Islamic terrorists have massive egos, and they often clash. Today in Bangladesh, Manjurul Islam Ashru and Bappi Sinha, two former leaders of the Bangladesh Chhatra League, were shot and killed by a rival Islamic group near Dhanmondi. Authorities believe they were killed over a dispute in establishing supremacy in the area.
- February 11, 2003: Shahar Shmul, 24, of Jerusalem was killed by an Islamic sniper near the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. The PFLP and the Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the senseless act.
- February 11, 2003: Militant Muslims in Dharam, Kashmir broke into the homes of three men they suspected to be informers. They tied them up, beat them, and then murdered them. So that everyone would know why, the Jaish-e-Muhammad jihadists left a letter on their bodies.
- February 11, 2003: Muslims in Tripoli planted a bomb in the Spinney supermarket to terrorize foreigners in hopes they would leave Lebanon.
- February 11, 2003: In Afghanistan, fundamentalist Muslims sympathetic to the Taliban attacked the home of an importer-distributor in Darmal who had dealings with the United States. Their timing was off, however, as Muhammad Amin was in Kabul.
- February 12, 2003: In Turkey today, Muslims expressed their interpretation of Islam by fire-bombing two minibuses that belonged to a non-Islamic enterprise.
- February 12, 2003:A rocket was fired into the marketplace of Spin Boldak in southeastern Afghanistan during the Islamic festival of Eid al-Adha. A second rocket fell near the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Officials blamed Taliban remnants and forces loyal to warlord Gulbuddin Hekmadyar.
U.S. special forces had just finished their biggest offensive since March 2002 against rebels who had been holed up in a mountain cave network 15 miles north of the border town. They were clearly not successful - which was the point of the rocket attack.
- February 12, 2003: Muslims in Turkey bombed two targets today, the parliament and a bank. The following day the fire-bombed a public bus.
- February 13, 2003 An Islamic terrorist named after the Qur'an's first god and Islam's lone prophet (although to be accurate, Muhammad never got a single prediction right) Rahman Muhammad, from Venezuela, was arrested in London's Gatwick Airport. Authorities found a live grenade in his luggage. Rahman Muhammad had flown on a British Airways jet from Caracas before the device was found.
- February 14, 2003 In Macedonia today an Islamic terrorist organization calling itself "the Albanian National Army," detonated a remote-controlled bomb inside the Courthouse in Stuga. The ANA claimed responsibility, saying that it was in response to recent arrests of Albanian Muslims by colonial authorities who had turned courtrooms into hell for Albanians.
Most Albanians are Muslims because the Ottoman Empire overpowered the Balkan Peninsula in the 14th and 15th centuries. Today, neo-Ottoman propaganda is being touted to Albanian Muslims by Islamic imams. They are demanding an Islamic theocracy. While the ANA is called a "nationalist/separatist" group, it gets its funding from Teheran's theocracy and the terrorist organization is active in the slave trade - a hallmark of Islam. Further, Islamic websites routinely tout the exploits of the ANA.
- February 14, 2003 In Turkey, the Marxist Muslim Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) threw a fire bomb at a nursery school in the Van Province. During the attack the terrorist group was shouting slogans in support for their leader, Abdallah (Slave-to-Allah) Ocalan.
There were six separate fire-bombings in Turkey today that caused considerable damage but no fatalities. They included several businesses, a Turkish Telecom office, two buses, and a supermarket.
- February 16, 2003 In Karachi, Pakistan, Khalid Waleed, a former member of the Sindh Assembly and a leader in the Muttahida Quami Movement, was shot and killed in an ambush. His assailants used a cab to bring their prey's car to a stop, and then they jumped out with their Kalashnikovs, and unloaded, killing Waleed and severely wounding his driver and guard.
This is another behavior we will see replicated in Iraq. Civilian ambushes followed by fifefights will claim the lives of many hundreds of Americans.
- February 17, 2003 In Israel, a 250 pound bomb was discovered by IDF soldiers near the settlement of Morag. Bomb disposal units defused it before it accomplished its intended mission.
- February 18, 2003 In Afghanistan, two terrorist bombs rattled the city of Kunduz in the north. The first exploded near the offices of an international aid agency while the other blew up near an Afghan army division.
- February 19, 2003 In Israel, the tenth major barrage of Qassem rockets in less than two years was fired into the town of Sederot from the outskirts of Gaza City. HAMAS, who claimed responsibility, injured one Israeli civilian in the attack.
- February 19, 2003 Muslims seem to favor busses as terrorist targets. The fact that they are full of people who are the least responsible for the political and religious climate they are fighting against never crosses their mind. But then again, very little crosses a Muslim's mind. Rendering its victim unable to think is what Islam does best.
Today in Turkey, Muslims ambushed a bus in Sanliurfa, causing it to stop. The climed abord and doused the bus and its riders with gasoline and set it and them on fire. .
The same day, another Muslim threw a bomb into an Istanbul building housing the offices of the Association of Turkish Businessmen and Industrialists.
- February 19, 2003 In Israel, Palestinians demonstrated their uncivil nature by lobbing three motar shells into the Morag settlement in southern Gaza.
- February 19, 2003 In Riyadh, the capital of the Wahhabist fiefdom of Saud, a man indoctrinated by the Salafist tyranny in school, in the mosque, and by the religious media, ambushed a car in which Robert Dent, a British employee of British Aerospce Engineering was riding. He killed him. .
- February 20, 2003 In the Philippines, a Moro Islamic Liberation Front terrorist was killed when the van-bomb he was driving prematurely detonated as it passed the Kabacan market in North Cotabato. Three shoppers were injured in the blast. The suicide bomber, who was killed, became one of a multitude of Muslims who discovered that he had been duped. Allah was not God, but instead Satan. Muhammad had been a liar in addition to a sexual pervert and terrorist, making his Qur'an unreliable. Paradise was not a brothel stocked with virgins and wine, and jihad did not provide entrance. Oops.
A second MILF van-bomber was initially a little more successful, detonating his deadly religious statement outside the Cotabato Airport. Five people standing in front of the terminal were injured. But he too came to realize that he had been deceived.
- February 21, 2003 It is hard to comprehend how a religion so obviously false beguiles so many to be bad. But it does. Today in the Philippines two MILF terrorist bombs exploded outside of the Koronadal Commercial Center in South Cotabato. Two civilians were injured by the Muslim's blasts caused by mortar shells which had been attached to the exhaust pipes cars parked outside the building.
- February 22, 2003: Three Muslim militants on motorcycles fired automatic weapons into a crowd of Shia milling outside of their mambargah, or place of worship. The Sunni gunmen killed nine Shi'ites and wounded nine more.
The attack was scheduled to coincide with the beginning of Shi'ite holy month of Muharram, in which Shia observe a period of mourning. The Sunni terrorist groups, Sepah-e-Sahaba Pakistan and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi were suspected. .
There are reports that militants also opened fire on spectators watching a World Cup cricket match in Karachi on this day. Nine people were said to have died in that attack.
- February 24, 2003 In Kashmir, a gaggle of Islamic gunmen entered a Hindu shop in the village of Siot and opened fire, killing the owner and three customers. While fleeing the scene of the crime, one of the Muslim murderers hijacked a truck by shooting the driver and his associate.
- February 25, 2003 When people are indoctrinated in a morally corrupt, hateful, and destructive poligious system (a blend of politics and religion) they behave consistent with their training. Today in the Islamic fiefdom of Saud, two salafi Muslims threw and incendiary bomb into a McDonalds restaurant in al-Dammam. As one Muslim drove the car, the other got out and threw the bomb. Only one problem. It failed to detonate.
Fervent in his religion, the Islamic terrorist went in to retrieve his failed bomb. He tried to light the fuse once again, but it still failed to detonate. Making a spectacle of himself, the man was eventually arrested and no one was injured.
- February 25, 2003 Four more American soldiers were killed in a helicopter accident. Rodrigo Gonzalez-Garza, 26, of San Antonio, Texas; Tim Moehling, 35, of Panama City, Florida; John Smith, 32, of Salt Lake City, Utah; and Bill Tracy, 27, of Webster, New Hampshire were killed in Kuwait practicing the very dangerous low-altitude night flight techniques that were being deployed in Afghanistan. They were flying a Black Hawk 30 miles north of Kuwait City.
With their deaths it means that every American killed thus far this year in Afghanistan or in preparation for the invasion of Iraq, lost their life to a mishap rather than the enemy.
- February 26, 2003 When addressing the repression of the Kurds by Iraq and Turkey it is often forgotten that they are Muslims and that their oppressors are Muslims.
In Iraq today the first suicide bombing perpetrated by a Kurd killed four people. The bomber was a member of the Islamic terrorist group Ansar al-Islam. He detonated the 25 pounds of explosives he was wearing at a checkpoint in northern Iraq.
Kurdish guards stopped a taxi at the checkpoint - the last before the city of Halabja. Suspicious of the passenger, guards asked him to step out of the car. As he did so, he detonated the bomb, killing the driver and guard as well as himself. A second guard died later from the injuries he sustained in the blast.
Kurdish authorities believe that the suicide bomber intended to detonate himself in a more crowed part of Halabja, but got nervous when stopped by guards. The anti-choice Ansar al-Islam, the Helpers of Submission, and the secular pro-choice Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) had been fighting one another since late 2001.
- February 26, 2003 One of the purposes of Islamic terrorism is to make civilized life difficult, and thus make submission to Islam appear less catastrophic by contrast. In that aim, Muslims in Pakistan blew up the Parco pipeline in Khanpur. Well equipped, the Islamic perpetrators fired a rocket at it. Thousands of gallons of oil spilled and then caught fire.
- February 27, 2003 It's hard to help people who have no respect for life and who show their appreciation for charity by shooting their benefactors. In Afghanistan today, three militant Muslims on motorbikes opened fire on two trucks from the World Food Program in Jane-e-Khail. It was their second attack this month.
- February 27, 2003 Muslims did not confess to any of the following terrorist attacks in France today but they were all consistent with their tactics and targets. Militants on motorcycles used assault rifles and homemade bombs to attack a media outlet, a police station, and a courthouse.
- February 28, 2003: In Karachi, Pakistan two policemen were killed and another seven people were wounded when officers guarding the U.S. consulate were attacked by a militant Muslim. The jihadist, armed with only a pistol, took the machine gun of one of the guards and opened fire. The seven injured included five policemen, one U.S. Ranger, and one civilian passerby.
The Muslim murderer, mind irreparably twisted by Allah, stated: "I wanted to punish the policemen who were protecting the infidels who are responsible for killing innocent Muslims." Not only do Muslims murder a thousand times more "innocent Muslims" than do infidels, this man murdered innocent Muslims in his protest.
This attack directly outside of the U.S. Consulate followed a June 14th, 2002 suicide car bomb assault on the diplomatic mission it that killed 11 Pakistanis in addition to the suicide bomber. The consulate was relocated two months later and its location was kept secret for some time.
Anti-American sentiment in Pakistan was rising sharply for three reasons. First, Americans were waging war in Afghanistan, the home of the Pakistani backed Taliban. Second, America had moved al-Qaeda out of Afghanistan and into Pakistan where Osama bin-Laden and company received a hero's welcome. And third, under the guise of "the war on terror" George Bush was poised to invade Iraq.
What's interesting about Pakistan is that many of the generals who control the army and thus the country, are fundamentalist Muslims. Rather than hunt down and kill Islamic terrorists, they often assist them.
The second interesting aspect of what happens here is that the Pakistani authorities and the Pakistani press are usually in denial. This attack was clearly perpetrated by Islam but both suggested that the Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing, known as RAW, was involved in the attack.
- March 1, 2003: A police officer in Bangladesh was murdered and 10 others were wounded when three massive bombs were detonated at the International Trade Fair in Khulna.
- March 2, 2003: Trying to destabilize the economy and disrupt people's lives, Muslims in Pakistan blew up another gas pipeline, this one near the Dildar Shah village.
- March 2, 2003: A year after I wrote Tea With Terrorists, the United States intelligence community learned that the Islamic plot that I had predicted in the book based upon my understanding of Islam and current world events, was accurate. With the capture of Khalid Sheikh Muhammad in Pakistan, al-Qaeda's plan to create a "nuclear hellstorm" in the United States was confirmed. Fundamentalist Muslims are preparing to acquire, construct, deliver, and detonate radiological dispersion devices, known as dirty bombs, in America's largest cities. Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri had not only approved the mission they had acquired the talents of "Dr. X," a Pakistani nuclear scientist, to fulfill their ambitions - just as was predicted in Tea With Terrorists. And as I predicted nearly five years ago, and God predicted 2,750 years ago, within the next 20 years two or more U.S. cities will be laid to waste and become uninhabitable.
- March 3, 2003: Muslims in Gaza fired five Qassem rockets into the Israeli town of Sederot today. HAMAS claimed credit.
- March 3, 2003: In Afghanistan, two rockets were fired at the southern city of Qandahar. One hit a home, injuring two people inside. The other hit an electricity pole, but injured no one. The rockets were fired from the city's Mahrajat area. Officials were afraid to hold Islam accountable, so they blamed people loyal to al Qaeda, to the Taliban, and/or to Hezb-e-Islami, the party led by the warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyan.
- March 4, 2003: In Afghanistan salafi Muslims set fire to a school near the southern Afghan city of Qandahar. The school had been supplied by UNICEF and was attempting to accommodate boys and girls - all things Islam could not tolerate.
- March 4, 2003: In Ankara, Turkey molotov cocktails were thrown at the headquarters of the Iraqi Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP). One of the devices smashed a window and started a fire in the building. A second exploded outside. A fax, received at the KDP office in Ankara stated: "Revenge will be taken for burning of the Turkish flag (replete with Islam's crescent moon) in Northern Iraq.".
- March 4, 2003: In the Philippines today, a powerful bomb hidden in a backpack exploded at the Davao airport killed 24 people including one American. More than 100 civilians were injured including at least two Americans. The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) was suspected but investigators also believe that the bombers were associated with Jemaah Islamiyah. The MILF often used the services of Jemaah Islamiyah the way the Palestinian Authority use al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades and Hizballah uses Islamic Jihad. The strategy enables one group to negotiate political conciliations while the other creates the havoc that makes them necessary.
In June 2005, authorities arrested four fundamentalist Muslims, including Ustadz Norodin Mangelen, who they accused of perpetrating this attack. Mangelen told authorities that he acted as a local liaison for Jemaah Islamiyah.
- March 5, 2003: Biting the hand that was trying to feed them, Muslims in Jalalabad, Afghanistan bombed the World Food Program building. It was the third such attack in as many weeks.
Two hours later another bomb was detonated in front of Jalalabad's municipal electric office.
- March 5, 2003: A suicide bombing aboard a bus in Haifa, Israel, killed 13 children and 4 adults. Another 53 students were wounded by the Islamic bomber's blast of nails and rat poison. One of the dead was a U.S. citizen. The 25 pound bomb was laced with sharp metal objects.
The inhuman bomber's affiliation was not immediately known. While I'd be willing to speculate based upon prior history that he had a high probability of being a Muslim, I don't have to guess. The Islamic Resistance Group (known as HAMAS) ultimately released a public statement confirming that they were responsible for recruiting, equipping, and motivating the suicide bomber. Since HAMAS was voted into power by the "Palestinian people" by a two-thirds margin, that should give the moral and informed pause. (Incidentally, in the title chapter of Tea With Terrorists you will find that we predicted that HAMAS would win.).
It should also be noted that this Palestinian mass murderer was carrying a letter praising the 9/11 suicide bombers of the World Trade Center.
This bus which was blown up was en route to Haifa University so most of Islam's victims were young: Maryam Atar, 27; Smadar Firstater, 16; Kamar Abu Hamed, 12; Daniel Haroush, 16; Mordechai Hershko, 41; Tom Hershko, 15; Meital Katav, 20; Elizabeta Katzman, 16; Tal Kerman, 17; Eliyahu Laham, 22; Abigail Litle, 14; Yuval Mendelevitch, 13; Be'eri Oved, 21; Mark Takash, 54; and Assaf Tzur, 17. Anatoly Biryakov, 20, died of his injuries on March 8. Moran Shushan, also 20, died of her injuries on March 11.
The same day a barrage of mortars and rockets were fired by HAMAS into Israeli civilian areas.
- March 7, 2003: Rabbi Eli Horowitz and his wife Dina were killed and five others were wounded Friday night by armed Islamic terrorists disguised as Jewish worshippers. These premeditated and cold-blooded killers infiltrated Kiryat Arba, entered their home and murdered them while they were celebrating the Sabbath. HAMAS claimed responsibility for the despicable act.
- March 8, 2003: Seven children were injured when an improvised explosive device (IED) planted in a bottle detonated outside a home in Bakht Abad, in northwestern Afghanistan. The home belonged to Nasir Khan, one of Islamic warlord Amanullah Khan's commanders. Amanullah claimed the bomb blast was instigated by Tajik provincial governor Ismail Khan, who had been fighting with Amanullah for control of the area. A spokesman for the government, however, blamed the attack on remnants of the Taliban.
- March 9, 2003: A group of gunmen entered the house of a former Hezb-ul-Mujahideen (Party of Holy Warriors) terrorist in the Wanpoh village in Islamabad and shot him dead. One does not leave Islam alive.
This was made evident again the following day in Srinagar, Kashmir. A former Islamic militant from Jaish-e-Muhammad turned taxi driver was shot and killed near Gandhi College.
- March 9, 2003: Pfc. Spence McNeil, a teenager from Bennetsville, South Carolina was a long way from home when he died in Saudi Arabia. He rolled his Humvee near Riyadh six days earlier.
- March 9, 2003: In Pakistan, a lone gunman opened fire on a Sunni mosque in Faisalabad, injuring two businessmen. The Shia militant fled after the attack during the dawn prostrations and ritual prayers to Allah. Like so many Islamic murders here, the attacker road to and from the scene on a motorcycle. So rather than blame Islam for the religious carnage, the government banned motorcycle riding during the current Muslim holy month of Muhharam.
- March 10, 2003: Around the corner in the Islamic sewer of Kashmir, an explosion in a meat shop in Rajouri killed the owner and injured 13 of his customers. Jaish-e-Muhammad, or the Army of Muhammad, was suspected.
- March 10, 2003: In Afghanistan, a bomb was detonated west of Qandahar as people were leaving a meeting. Three were killed and five were wounded.
- March 10, 2003: Tomer Ron, 20, was killed and four others were wounded in Hebron on the road between the Cave of the Patriarchs and Kiryat Arba when Islamic terrorists opened fire on them as they searched the area on foot for Rabbi Horowitz's and his wife's murderers. HAMAS and Ahmed Jibril's Popular Front General Command claimed responsibility for the attack.
- March 11, 2003: Some of the most bizarre terrorist acts are carried out by secular socialists. The Earth Liberation Front firebombed three McDonalds and an Arby's restaurant in New Mexico and in California. They called them "legitimate targets because they were symbols of the United States corporate dominance and encroaching lifestyle." Idiocy comes in more than one flavor.
- March 11, 2003: Another group of socialists, the New People's Army in the Philippines, trying to establish a communist state, set fire to a number of schools.
- March 12, 2003: In Afghanistan, a bomb was detonated near a vehicle carrying foreign journalists and Afghan guards as they traveled to Tora Bora.
- March 13, 2003: A "non-combat related injury in Kuwait" claimed another American's life today. Pfc. James Dillon's death, like all but one of the who had died in the region in January and February, was in preparation for the invasion of Iraq. But because that war was not yet declared, the death of the 19-year-old from Charlestown, Indiana was attributed to the war in Afghanistan. .
- March 13, 2003: In Kashmir a bomb placed on a bus killed four passengers and wounded more than 20 others in a bus station in Rajouri. It was most likely the work of the Army of Muhammad in consort with Hezb-ul-Mujahideen.
- March 13, 2003: Two Jews were wounded when a Palestinian opened fire on their car in Jerusalem. The gunman retreated to the Old City section of the ancient city following his crime. .
- March 13, 2003: In India, Muslims celebrated a hideous anniversary with a bombing. Detonating their weapon in the first class carriage of a commuter train in Mumbai, these Islamic terrorists killed 11 people and injured 70 more. Authorities believe that the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and the Jaish-e-Muhammad (JM) organizations were responsible for the blast and subsequent mass murder. It marked the anniversary of previous attacks on trains in Mumbai and was similar in style and substance to the December 2nd, 2002 attacks perpetrated by the Pakistani delegation of SIMI.
The Army of Muhammad operates under a number of telling names like the Army of the Prophet Muhammad and the Army of Holy Warriors, or Jaish-e-Mujahideen. Headquartered in Kashmir and in Pakistan they were established in 2000 by a former General Secretary of the Harkat-ul-Ansar and the Maulana Masood Azhar. They are a salafi fundamentalist Islamic organization. They are not however, Kashmir's most popular terrorist group. That distinction belongs to Hezb-ul-Mujahideen, the militant arm of Kashmir's largest political party - the Jamaat-i-Islami.
While a member of Harakat-ul-Ansar, Maulana Masood Azhar was captured during a 1994 raid in Jammu and Kashmir. He was incarcerated for several years, but his release was secured in exchange for 155 hostages on an Indian Airlines plane hijacked in December 1999. During his imprisonment, his terrorist club had been added to the U.S. list of Terrorist Organizations, leading the Masood Azhar to rename his religious gang the Harakat-ul-Mujahideen. But since competitive jihadists took control of his terrorist organization while he was in prison, when Masood Azhar was freed, he simply formed a new outfit, the Army of Muhammad, and left the HA, now HM, to other brainwashed and bloody morons.
It is troubling to report that Masood Azhar received assistance in setting up the JM from Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence Agency, the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda, and several Sunni clerical organizations based in Pakistan. His new terrorist club was endorsed by the heads of three religious schools: Mufti Nizamuddin Shamzai of the Majlis-e-Tawan-e-Islami, Maulana Mufti Rashid Ahmed of the Dar-ul Ifta-e-wal-Irshad, and Maulana Sher Ali of the Sheikh-ul-Hadith Dar-ul Haqqania. He also received an endorsement and support from the Pakistani political party known as Jamiat-i Ulema-i Islam Fazlur Rehman (JUI-F).
Soon after his release from jail, Azhar traveled to Afghanistan where he met with other mujahideen like bin Laden. He organized recruitment rallies across Pakistan that called for jihadists to fight in Kashmir, now that the Soviets were no longer a foe. Masood Azhar's recruitment rallies were promoted extensively on Pakistan's state-owned television station. But then displaying amazing duplicity, in December 2002, the Army of Muhammad leader was placed under house arrest in Pakistan after the country's dictatorial general, President Pervez Musharraf, banned the JM and froze its assets.
The Army of Muhammad's primary aim is to overthrow Indian rule in Kashmir and integrate the province with Pakistan. Then they want to overthrow the military government in Pakistan and replace it with an Islamic theocracy.
Jaish-e-Muhammad seeks to force a withdrawal of Indian security forces from Jammu and Kashmir. They intend to use their offices in Pakistan as jihad schools. Delivering speeches at various cities and towns in Pakistan after his release, Masood Azhar declared that his militants would eliminate Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, whom he termed "Abu Jahl" in reference to a Meccan mentioned in the Qur'an that Muhammad didn't like.
Jaish-e-Muhammad is funded primarily through Islamic charities. One of its founders, Sheikh Omar Saeed was charged with the beheading of American reporter Daniel Pearl.
- March 13, 2003: Jaish-e-Muhammad was active in Kashmir today. Working in collaboration with Hezb-ul-Mujahideen, their reign of terror began when they assassinated a building contractor who was a activist in the People's Democratic party. Next, they planted a bomb in a bus in Rajouri, killing seven innocent people and injuring 50 more. Then they kidnapped, tortured, and murdered a civilian in the Shajru village.
- March 14, 2003: In Afghanistan, the Sunni sect of Muslims bombed rival Muslims, detonating an explosion at the grand mosque of Lashkargah City. Four were injured.
- March 14, 2003: In Israel, a Jew was wounded by a Palestinian gunman who has set a roadside ambush near Adora, 7 miles west of Hebron.
- March 15, 2003: In Kyrgyzstan, Muslims ambushed a bus and took sixteen Chinese businessmen and four Kyrgyztanis captive. All twenty kidnap victims were murdered when a ransom was not paid quickly enough.
- March 15, 2003: Back on the warpath Jaish-e-Muhammad in consort with Hezb-ul-Mujahideen set 20 homes ablaze in Nerojal, Kashmir that had been previously occupied by Hindus. Later this day they shot and killed a pro-choice politician in Budgam. The following day they murdered a Kashmiri Sikh and then lobbed a number of grenades into the home of a People's Democratic Party supporter.