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Tunisia, Egypt and now Libya!

Dictators are toppled one by one; the most criminal of whom faced the ultimate humiliation then death!

Dictator's Ultimate End

The people have spoken. The “western powers” were quick to congratulate and urge the same people they helped oppress through their puppets, to be mindful of democracy and “positive” change.

Excuse me?

What they really mean is that they wish for a democracy that fits the western ideologies… a sort of dictatorship that we would bless and label as a “democracy.”

What scares the West is that the Arab people want their religious values to influence their communities, eliminate usury and corruption (Sharia “Law”), build an Islamic Empire as one existed in the past during which prosperity and science flourished, poverty eliminated and the Arab/ Muslim world stood united (also Sharia “Law”).

This is when the despicable state of terrorists and pigs will vanish… and the Middle East will be Holy again.

So let the spark continue and burn the tyrants and dictators of the region (who also use what they call democracy to hide their crimes against humanity).

Today we celebrate the demise of Zine El Abidine of Tunisia, Mubarak of Egypt and Gaddafi of Libya.

Tomorrow we shall celebrate the demise of Netanyahu, Abdallah, Assad, Saleh and Al Malki

And then we shall have peace and prosperity.

 

Israel is reportedly planning to launch a new war to strengthen its position in the Middle East, following recent political reforms in regional states.

A Western diplomat in the Jordanian capital Amman said on Wednesday that Israel has decided to attack Syria and Lebanon following the downfall of Hosni Mubarak’s regime in Egypt, which served as a great loss to Tel Aviv, the Lebanese daily Assafir reported.

The diplomat reiterated that since Tel Aviv is seriously worried about consequences of the Egyptian revolution and future developments in the region, it wants to start a new war in the Middle East in order to turn the situation back in its favor.

“Israel intends to overthrow Bashar al-Assad government in Syria in a matter of weeks after a war with Lebanon’s resistance movement of Hezbollah east of Lebanon, near the border with Syria,” Assafir quoted the diplomat as saying.

He added that Israel has already informed Washington about the plan.

Egypt, which shares a long border with Israel, was the first Arab country to sign a peace treaty with Tel Aviv in 1979, following secret negotiations at the Camp David resort in the US.

For years, Egypt Mubarak helped Israel impose a deadly siege on the Gaza Strip by closing the Rafah crossing to Palestinians, keeping Gaza’s 1.5 million population trapped in the tiny coastal enclave.

The Israeli regime now fears that by the opening of Rafah, Hamas, the democratically-elected government of Gaza, will gain more power.

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Israel has informed Washington? And Washington, apparently approved! Do these morons-of-so-called-leaders learn anything from history, let alone current events?  Then the Western Powers “discuss” a No Fly Zone over Libya? Makes sense!!!

May be Israel should start a war. The last two aggressions against Palestinians in Gaza and the Lebanese resulted in humiliating defeats for the Israeli Terror Forces. Maybe we need to celebrate another humiliation of Israel.

QADDAFI’S HORRIFIC CRIMES – VERY GRAPHIC!
What are these people thinking?
Are they that dumb, deaf and blind?

They all repeat the same thing… it’s as if they have the same mother.. or father (Ramses II) for that matter!

Some Predictions for the remaining morons!

The US State Department has admitted that American military cooperation with Yemeni officials includes military aid to maintain “stability” of the Sana’a regime.

According to the State Department, military relations between Yemen and the United States are steadily improving with the resumption of International Military Education and Training assistance and the transfer of military equipment and spare parts, Press TV’s Marjan Asi reports from Washington.

However, political analysts believe that the so-called “security” and “stability” that the US has been promoting in Yemen is actually intended to keep the embattled ruler Ali Abdullah Saleh in power.

The majority of Yemenis are unhappy with the expanding US military ties with their government, especially considering the harsh crackdown on protesters in recent days. This has led to an uneasy alliance between the two governments, facing an uncertain future.

In recent days, thousands of Yemeni protesters have taken to the streets across the country, calling for the ouster of Saleh.

The Yemeni president has described the pro-democracy protesters as “elements of a coup.”

Saleh, in power for 33 years, said that he would leave power after his term expires in 2013. He has also promised not to hand power to his son.

The Yemeni incumbent president has also pledged to raise wages of government employees and to provide 60,000 job opportunities for university graduates.

The Yemeni government crackdown on protesters, inspired by revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia, has so far left at least 24 people dead.

The US also occasionally carries out drone attacks in Yemen. Despite such extraordinary measures, the country has grown increasingly unstable.

In the wake of the massacres committed by a regime more brutal than Mubarak, Hitler and Sharon of Israel, Gaddafi should not be asked to leave.

He must remain in Libya so that he can be tried and executed by hanging, for his crimes against Libyans. The execution should be carried out in the middle of the city of Tripoli and broadcast live on Libyan TV!

 

 

At the time of publishing this post, the news reported that one of the largest tribes in Libya, 1,000,000 strong, have joined the call for democracy and to oust this Libyan Hitler, Gaddafi.  A local witness said that a section of the troops had joined the protesters on Sunday as chaos swept the streets of the city, worst hit by the uprising against Gaddafi’s 42-year old rule.

Freedom and democracy is coming soon to Libya. The fall of this tyrant who dared call himself “The King of Kings of Africa” is eminent and his execution should be a day of celebration for all those who seek freedom and democracy.

The same should be the fate of the fat ugly Bedouin dictator in Bahrain.

Israel hopes peace accord will remain as Egypt changes to democracy – Haaretz

Don’t hold your breath!

The Arab world and People REJECT a peace treaty based on terrorizing, ethnic cleansing and uprooting Palestinians!

There’s no peace when thugs known as settlers cheerfully – supported by the Israeli Occupation Terrorists – evict Palestinians from their homes… throw them in the street and then have the audacity to bill them for the “cost of removing their belongings” from their own homes!

There’s no peace with Nazi-like government who kills and justify the killing of Palestinians through a corrupt violent Talmudic “religion.”

Long gone are the days of traitors you bought…

One by one, these dictators are falling.. and you will face the ugly truth that Arabs never supported their dictator’s “peace-treaties” with Nazi Israel.

Sooner or later you shall let Palestinians  return to their lands and homes.. else await your ultimate fall and demise. And just as the U.S. abandoned its “dictators and so-called allies,” the day will come when you, O’ Israel will be abandoned.

You’ve been served!

Next to be toppled.. soon

“He is basically your main go-to guy in Egypt,” former Deputy CIA Director John McLaughlin said. Suleiman has been “helpful in many arenas,” including the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. McLaughlin said.

 

 

A 2006 cable from the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, disclosed by the WikiLeaks website in January, called intelligence collaboration with Suleiman “probably the most successful element” of the U.S. relationship with Egypt. But that relationship is “a little like being in bed with the Mafia,” author Ron Suskind told CNN’s “Parker Spitzer.”

“If someone knocks on your door at night and you disappear, Omar Suleiman is probably behind it,” said Suskind, whose 2006 book “The One Percent Doctrine” detailed the Bush administration’s post-9/11 counterterrorism policies. “He is a feared man, and certainly not a man with any legitimacy when it comes to rule of law or any of the principles we prized in America.”

In 2002, al Qaeda captive Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi “was tortured rather dramatically” by Suleiman’s agents, Suskind said, yielding a “confession” that Iraq had trained the terrorist group in the use of chemical and biological weapons. His assertion was a key point in the Bush administration’s arguments for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but he recanted it once back in U.S. hands.

That sort of history leaves an opening for critics to question U.S. support for democratic change in Egypt, Suskind said.

“The fact is, we are allied with the people they’re trying to overthrow, and right now the United States hasn’t done much to separate those bonds,” he said.

Suleiman had long been mentioned as a possible successor to Mubarak, along with the aging ruler’s son, Gamal. A 2007 U.S. cable called his loyalty to Mubarak “rock solid,” and some analysts viewed his vice presidential appointment as a way for Mubarak to make a graceful exit.

Suleiman is even credited with saving Mubarak’s life. On a state visit to Ethiopia in 1995, Mubarak was to have traveled in a normal vehicle but Suleiman insisted that the president’s armored Mercedes be flown in from Cairo.

Accounts of an assassination attempt on Mubarak vary but it’s believed that Suleiman was sitting next to Mubarak when a hail of bullets pinged off the car. The bond forged that day cemented their relationship.

But Suleiman’s attempts at dialogue with opposition parties were derided by protesters, and the Obama administration criticized the talks for including too few opposition groups. Vice President Joe Biden told Suleiman on Tuesday that Egypt needed “immediate, irreversible progress” toward meeting protesters’ demands, and leading opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei said Suleiman and Mubarak “are twins.”

“This is an act of deception at a grand scale,” ElBaradei said.

Nathan Brown, a professor of Middle Eastern politics at George Washington University, said Mubarak’s Thursday speech did him little good. Not only was it too little, too late, he said, but his announcement that he was ceding power to Suleiman was buried in an “incredibly patronizing” speech.

“Had he done this a couple of weeks ago, it actually may have done something,” Brown said. But now, he said, “All the constitutional, legal tools are in their hands, and it doesn’t’ do them any good. So I don’t think they’re sure what to do.”

Source: CNN

 

 

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