4th May 10:49
Goal of Islam ==> to rule the world?
Playing the messenger, not the message again 1STRAWMAN4ALL, I see. Just what you
accuse others of doing when they attack Mohammad. Address the issue - are the
reports in this article true or not?
6th May 21:46
Goal of Islam ==> to rule the world? (human nature time)
Like I said before, I'd have more sympathy with your point of view if,
every time Abu Alwafa and others more or less repeat every allegation
made here by 'Abdullah al-Araby' from an Islamic perspective, you took
him on in debate.
We can all take for granted moderate Islam predominates because
moderation is part of human nature, but it would be nice to see it
17th May 12:46
Goal of Islam ==> to rule the world? (time)
How do you feel if you watch Palestinians being slaughtered, their land
invaded and reinvaded, and for years witnessing the US Regime block any
attempt to punish those who aggressed upon the people
whom I call "my people".
Not only have the US Regime' vetoes at the United
Nations Security Council suffocated any initiative to
deploy even unarmed observers to provide badly needed
protection for Palestinians, but, thanks to billions
of annual US funds, "Israel" manages to expand illegal
settlements and provide its army with the greatest
killing machines of all time.
17th May 12:47
Goal of Islam ==> to rule the world?
So, what, like a child caught with his hand in the cookie jar, you
have been threatened, so you now are going to start posting and
replying like a normal person and you expect everyone to receive you
as such? Is that the idea?
19th May 05:20
Goal of Islam ==> to rule the world? (history control time way)
In the history of the world, an expanse that covers Genghis Khan and Adolf
Hitler and other despots both past and present, there is no shortage of absolute
rulers whose human rights records compare with that of today's designated
pariah, Saddam Hussein.
There may never have been a sports official, though, as brutal as his son, Uday.
As president of the Iraqi National Olympic Committee, Uday allegedly tortures
athletes for losing games. He sticks them in prison for days or months at a
time. Has them beaten with iron bars. Caned on the soles of their feet. Chained
to walls and left to stay in contorted positions for days. Dragged on pavement
until their backs are bloody, then dunked in sewage to ensure the wounds become
infected. If Uday stops by a player's jail cell, he might urinate on his bowed,
shaven head. Just to humiliate him.
This is the picture that emerges of Uday Saddam Hussein from ESPN.com interviews
in the United States and England with former Iraqi national team athletes in
several sports. Some of them claim they were personally tortured. All of them
say they lived in fear that they would be punished at Uday's whim.
"You may find (his brutality) absurd or disgusting," said Issam Thamer al-Diwan,
former coach of Uday's personal club volleyball team and a national team player
before that. "Well, Uday thinks this is legitimate."
Human rights monitors for the United Nations have amply do***ented the savagery
of Saddam Hussein. His eldest son and a possible successor, Uday, reportedly
grew up watching his father punish political opponents as a way to control a
large, diverse country. Uday, now 38, has earned his own reputation for violent
behaviour. In an Amnesty International report, Uday reportedly ordered that the
hand of an Olympic committee security guard, accused of stealing sports
equipment, be cut off. The missing equipment was later found. Similar incidents
tied to Uday later became part of a United Nations report on human rights in
But far less is known about Uday's treatment of Iraqi athletes, whose accounts
suggest they were tortured for reasons that are not always apparent -- but had
nothing to do with politics or crime.
Some athletes say he does it to encourage better performances. Others say he
does it just for fun.
"The word that suits him is sadist," said Latif Yahia, who as Uday's former body
double and a member of his entourage claims to have witnessed the punishment of
about 10 athletes. "I think Saddam's more human than Uday."