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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Jihad Jane's Manifesto

This passage was taken from an online posting by Jihad Jane, aka Colleen LaRose, the Pennsylvania woman indicted this week:

Some ask us why we dont condemn the Mujaahideen. We say to them:

We will never condemn them in order to please your hearts. We speak what is good and leave that which is evil. The honor belongs to Allah, His Messenger, and the Believers and not the disbelievers.If what the Mujaahideen are doing is something not permissible under Islaamic Law, then we will stay quiet and pray to Allah for guidance (for them).

Never will we condemn them to make you happy because they are still better than the disbelievers due to their belief in Allah and His Messenger.And all the praises and thanks belong to Allah. We never have to find ourselves making supplication to Allah to guide them from their errors because they do things in accordance to the Shariah.

It is only the media that distorts their image, throws accusations upon them, and purposely lies to the public about their affairs labeling them as terrorists, fundamentalists, radicals and so on.

It is hypocritical of the media, generally speaking, to apply such labels to the Mujaahideen but fail to apply an iota of it to the American Government; she bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki and killed countless of civilians, yet people are too cowardly to call her a terrorist state. People should be remembering this extreme terrorist action for centuries upon centuries!!!

Later, she cites the work of Aburrahman Al Faqir, a jihadist thinker best known for his work online hanging around the Al Hesbah forum, an Al Qaeda-linked message board known for its relatively high proportion of jihad talkers who become jihad doers.

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