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    I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant ...   
    Message 1 of 9 , Dec 31, 2008
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      I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant


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      صور المجزرة الإسرائيلية


       

       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Tawfeq Jaber (C) the general police chief in Gaza, who loyal to Hamas, lies among other bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
         
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
      An explosion is seen following an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by SEBASTIAN SCHEINER. 
       
      Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building used by the security forces of Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.
       
      Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
      Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
      Palestinians carry a wounded Hamas policeman as others lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
       
       
      A Palestinian man mourns over bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. 
       
       
      A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground as other men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      A Palestinian carries a victim of an Israeli air strike that targeted Buriej refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on December 27, 2008. At least 195 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, the head of Gaza emergency services Moawiya Hassanein said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      Palestinians carry a body after removing it from the site of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
       
      An injured Palestinain man lies on the ground outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      Palestinian men remove the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      Palestinian men and medics remove bodies from the site of the destroyed former office of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a car on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      Bodies lie on the ground as Palestinian men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
       
       
      RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
       
      A Palestinian man cries over the body of his son following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
       
       A Palestinian security force officer from Hamas reacts as he stands over others that were killed at the site of an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
       
      A Palestinian man reacts over the body of a member of the security forces of Hamas at the site of  an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
       
      Palestinians carry the body of a Palestinan from the rubble following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
       
       
      Palestinians rush a woman to the hospital after she was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      Palestinian men removes the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
       
      Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
       
      An explosion is seen during an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip on the border with Israel, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Tsafrir Abayov.
       
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of a Palestinian child lies among bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      A Palestinian Hamas policeman looks at bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
       
      Palestinians gather around the bodies of Hamas security force officers killed in Israeli missile strikes outside the morgue of Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
       
      Palestinian firefighters try to assist at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
       
       
      The body of a Hamas police officer is transported to hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israeli war planes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 140 people and prompting rocket fire from Palestinian militants that killed an Israeli, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
      Palestinians wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
       
      Palestinian children and a man wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
       
      A Palestinian girl wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
       
       
      Smoke and fire are seen after an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
      A Palestinian woman wounded in Israeli missile strikes is helped into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
       
       
      A Palestinian man wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
       
       
      Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
      Palestinians gather at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
       
      Palestinians run for cover following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
       
      Smoke rises after an Israeli bomb exploded in Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
       
      A Palestinian man gestures for help as security force officers loyal to Hamas are seen in the back of a truck after they were killed  in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
       
      Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike at  the former headquarters of  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
       
       
      A wounded Hamas policeman lies on the ground following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
      A Palestinian security force officer carries a wounded girl into the emergency room at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
       
      A wounded Palestinian is carried to a hospital following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
       A wounded Palestinian is rushed to the hospital after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
      In this image taken from APTN video, an injured man is assisted into hospital as other injured people are unload from vehicles outside the hospital after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
       
      In this image taken from APTN video young men carry a badly injured man on a stretcher to an awaiting vehicle after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
       
      Palestinian rescue personnel carry the body of a Palestinian after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
      Palestinians carry a wounded man after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
       
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  Bodies of Palestinians are laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect ruins of the presidential building; the office of president Mahomoud Abbas, after it was destroyed by an Israeli air strike on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      Palestinian Hamas policemen mourn over the body of a comrade outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel hammered Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 205 people in retaliation for ongoing rocket fire in one of the bloodiest days of the decades-long Middle East conflict. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) A wounded man is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A wounded boy is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      Palestinians rush a man to the hospital after he was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
      RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
       
       
       
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A Palestinian man cries over the body of a child in his arms, beside bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a van on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       
      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) Bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
       




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      Let  the bloody arabs go to hell ... From: mohamed radwan Subject: [Change_with_the_light] Best end of 2008 To:
      Message 2 of 9 , Jan 7, 2009
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        Let  the bloody arabs go to hell

        --- On Thu, 1/1/09, mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@...> wrote:
        From: mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@...>
        Subject: [Change_with_the_light] Best end of 2008
        To: Change_with_the_light@yahoogroups.com
        Received: Thursday, January 1, 2009, 2:14 AM

        I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant


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        صور المجزرة الإسرائيلية


         

         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Tawfeq Jaber (C) the general police chief in Gaza, who loyal to Hamas, lies among other bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
           
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
        An explosion is seen following an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by SEBASTIAN SCHEINER. 
         
        Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building used by the security forces of Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.
         
        Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
        Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
        Palestinians carry a wounded Hamas policeman as others lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
         
         
        A Palestinian man mourns over bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. 
         
         
        A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground as other men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        A Palestinian carries a victim of an Israeli air strike that targeted Buriej refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on December 27, 2008. At least 195 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, the head of Gaza emergency services Moawiya Hassanein said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        Palestinians carry a body after removing it from the site of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
         
        An injured Palestinain man lies on the ground outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        Palestinian men remove the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        Palestinian men and medics remove bodies from the site of the destroyed former office of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a car on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        Bodies lie on the ground as Palestinian men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
         
         
        RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
         
        A Palestinian man cries over the body of his son following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
         
         A Palestinian security force officer from Hamas reacts as he stands over others that were killed at the site of an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
         
        A Palestinian man reacts over the body of a member of the security forces of Hamas at the site of  an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
         
        Palestinians carry the body of a Palestinan from the rubble following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
         
         
        Palestinians rush a woman to the hospital after she was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        Palestinian men removes the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
         
        Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
         
        An explosion is seen during an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip on the border with Israel, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Tsafrir Abayov.
         
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of a Palestinian child lies among bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        A Palestinian Hamas policeman looks at bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
         
        Palestinians gather around the bodies of Hamas security force officers killed in Israeli missile strikes outside the morgue of Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
         
        Palestinian firefighters try to assist at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
         
         
        The body of a Hamas police officer is transported to hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israeli war planes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 140 people and prompting rocket fire from Palestinian militants that killed an Israeli, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
        Palestinians wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
         
        Palestinian children and a man wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
         
        A Palestinian girl wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
         
         
        Smoke and fire are seen after an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
        A Palestinian woman wounded in Israeli missile strikes is helped into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
         
         
        A Palestinian man wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
         
         
        Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
        Palestinians gather at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
         
        Palestinians run for cover following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
         
        Smoke rises after an Israeli bomb exploded in Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
         
        A Palestinian man gestures for help as security force officers loyal to Hamas are seen in the back of a truck after they were killed  in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
         
        Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike at  the former headquarters of  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
         
         
        A wounded Hamas policeman lies on the ground following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
        A Palestinian security force officer carries a wounded girl into the emergency room at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
         
        A wounded Palestinian is carried to a hospital following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
         A wounded Palestinian is rushed to the hospital after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
        In this image taken from APTN video, an injured man is assisted into hospital as other injured people are unload from vehicles outside the hospital after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
         
        In this image taken from APTN video young men carry a badly injured man on a stretcher to an awaiting vehicle after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
         
        Palestinian rescue personnel carry the body of a Palestinian after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
        Palestinians carry a wounded man after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
         
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  Bodies of Palestinians are laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect ruins of the presidential building; the office of president Mahomoud Abbas, after it was destroyed by an Israeli air strike on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        Palestinian Hamas policemen mourn over the body of a comrade outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel hammered Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 205 people in retaliation for ongoing rocket fire in one of the bloodiest days of the decades-long Middle East conflict. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) A wounded man is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A wounded boy is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        Palestinians rush a man to the hospital after he was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
        RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
         
         
         
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A Palestinian man cries over the body of a child in his arms, beside bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
        GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a van on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
         
      • mohamed radwan
        Dear Sir/Mrs Before describe Arab by bloody you must read the real history of us at that time you will know who is the bloody nation ... From: Abomoslem
        Message 3 of 9 , Jan 7, 2009
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          Dear Sir/Mrs
          Before describe Arab by bloody you must read the real history of us at that time you will know who is the bloody nation

          --- On Wed, 1/7/09, Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@...> wrote:
          From: Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@...>
          Subject: Re: [Change_with_the_light] Best end of 2008
          To: Change_with_the_light@yahoogroups.com
          Date: Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 2:20 PM



          Let  the bloody arabs go to hell

          --- On Thu, 1/1/09, mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com> wrote:
          From: mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com>
          Subject: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
          To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
          Received: Thursday, January 1, 2009, 2:14 AM

          I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant


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          صور المجزرة الإسرائيلية


           

           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Tawfeq Jaber (C) the general police chief in Gaza, who loyal to Hamas, lies among other bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
             
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
          An explosion is seen following an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by SEBASTIAN SCHEINER. 
           
          Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building used by the security forces of Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.
           
          Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
          Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
          Palestinians carry a wounded Hamas policeman as others lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
           
           
          A Palestinian man mourns over bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. 
           
           
          A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground as other men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          A Palestinian carries a victim of an Israeli air strike that targeted Buriej refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on December 27, 2008. At least 195 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, the head of Gaza emergency services Moawiya Hassanein said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          Palestinians carry a body after removing it from the site of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
           
          An injured Palestinain man lies on the ground outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          Palestinian men remove the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          Palestinian men and medics remove bodies from the site of the destroyed former office of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a car on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          Bodies lie on the ground as Palestinian men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
           
           
          RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
           
          A Palestinian man cries over the body of his son following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
           
           A Palestinian security force officer from Hamas reacts as he stands over others that were killed at the site of an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
           
          A Palestinian man reacts over the body of a member of the security forces of Hamas at the site of  an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
           
          Palestinians carry the body of a Palestinan from the rubble following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
           
           
          Palestinians rush a woman to the hospital after she was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          Palestinian men removes the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
           
          Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
           
          An explosion is seen during an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip on the border with Israel, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Tsafrir Abayov.
           
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of a Palestinian child lies among bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          A Palestinian Hamas policeman looks at bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
           
          Palestinians gather around the bodies of Hamas security force officers killed in Israeli missile strikes outside the morgue of Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
           
          Palestinian firefighters try to assist at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
           
           
          The body of a Hamas police officer is transported to hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israeli war planes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 140 people and prompting rocket fire from Palestinian militants that killed an Israeli, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
          Palestinians wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
           
          Palestinian children and a man wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
           
          A Palestinian girl wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
           
           
          Smoke and fire are seen after an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
          A Palestinian woman wounded in Israeli missile strikes is helped into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
           
           
          A Palestinian man wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
           
           
          Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
          Palestinians gather at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
           
          Palestinians run for cover following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
           
          Smoke rises after an Israeli bomb exploded in Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
           
          A Palestinian man gestures for help as security force officers loyal to Hamas are seen in the back of a truck after they were killed  in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
           
          Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike at  the former headquarters of  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
           
           
          A wounded Hamas policeman lies on the ground following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
          A Palestinian security force officer carries a wounded girl into the emergency room at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
           
          A wounded Palestinian is carried to a hospital following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
           A wounded Palestinian is rushed to the hospital after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
          In this image taken from APTN video, an injured man is assisted into hospital as other injured people are unload from vehicles outside the hospital after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
           
          In this image taken from APTN video young men carry a badly injured man on a stretcher to an awaiting vehicle after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
           
          Palestinian rescue personnel carry the body of a Palestinian after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
          Palestinians carry a wounded man after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
           
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  Bodies of Palestinians are laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect ruins of the presidential building; the office of president Mahomoud Abbas, after it was destroyed by an Israeli air strike on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          Palestinian Hamas policemen mourn over the body of a comrade outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel hammered Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 205 people in retaliation for ongoing rocket fire in one of the bloodiest days of the decades-long Middle East conflict. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) A wounded man is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A wounded boy is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          Palestinians rush a man to the hospital after he was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
          RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
           
           
           
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A Palestinian man cries over the body of a child in his arms, beside bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
           
          GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a van on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.

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        • Abomoslem Sardare khorasan
          Hi everyone. I attached a Word file which contains bloody Arabs hostory which is written by Arabs so you may learn something  about Arabs bloody prophet and
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            Hi everyone.
            I attached a Word file which contains bloody Arabs'hostory which is written by Arabs so you may learn something  about Arabs' bloody prophet and their bloody fabricated Allah by reading it.
             Hope the world get rid of those bloody creature

            Abomoslem Sardare Khorasan

            --- On Wed, 1/7/09, Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@...> wrote:
            From: Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@...>
            Subject: Re: [Change_with_the_light] Best end of 2008
            To: Change_with_the_light@yahoogroups.com
            Received: Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 2:20 PM



            Let  the bloody arabs go to hell

            --- On Thu, 1/1/09, mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com> wrote:
            From: mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com>
            Subject: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
            To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
            Received: Thursday, January 1, 2009, 2:14 AM

            I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant


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            صور المجزرة الإسرائيلية


             

             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Tawfeq Jaber (C) the general police chief in Gaza, who loyal to Hamas, lies among other bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
               
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
            An explosion is seen following an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by SEBASTIAN SCHEINER. 
             
            Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building used by the security forces of Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.
             
            Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
            Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
            Palestinians carry a wounded Hamas policeman as others lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
             
             
            A Palestinian man mourns over bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. 
             
             
            A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground as other men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            A Palestinian carries a victim of an Israeli air strike that targeted Buriej refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on December 27, 2008. At least 195 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, the head of Gaza emergency services Moawiya Hassanein said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            Palestinians carry a body after removing it from the site of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
             
            An injured Palestinain man lies on the ground outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            Palestinian men remove the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            Palestinian men and medics remove bodies from the site of the destroyed former office of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a car on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            Bodies lie on the ground as Palestinian men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
             
             
            RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
             
            A Palestinian man cries over the body of his son following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
             
             A Palestinian security force officer from Hamas reacts as he stands over others that were killed at the site of an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
             
            A Palestinian man reacts over the body of a member of the security forces of Hamas at the site of  an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
             
            Palestinians carry the body of a Palestinan from the rubble following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
             
             
            Palestinians rush a woman to the hospital after she was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            Palestinian men removes the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
             
            Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
             
            An explosion is seen during an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip on the border with Israel, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Tsafrir Abayov.
             
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of a Palestinian child lies among bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            A Palestinian Hamas policeman looks at bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
             
            Palestinians gather around the bodies of Hamas security force officers killed in Israeli missile strikes outside the morgue of Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
             
            Palestinian firefighters try to assist at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
             
             
            The body of a Hamas police officer is transported to hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israeli war planes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 140 people and prompting rocket fire from Palestinian militants that killed an Israeli, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
            Palestinians wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
             
            Palestinian children and a man wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
             
            A Palestinian girl wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
             
             
            Smoke and fire are seen after an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
            A Palestinian woman wounded in Israeli missile strikes is helped into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
             
             
            A Palestinian man wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
             
             
            Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
            Palestinians gather at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
             
            Palestinians run for cover following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
             
            Smoke rises after an Israeli bomb exploded in Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
             
            A Palestinian man gestures for help as security force officers loyal to Hamas are seen in the back of a truck after they were killed  in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
             
            Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike at  the former headquarters of  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
             
             
            A wounded Hamas policeman lies on the ground following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
            A Palestinian security force officer carries a wounded girl into the emergency room at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
             
            A wounded Palestinian is carried to a hospital following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
             A wounded Palestinian is rushed to the hospital after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
            In this image taken from APTN video, an injured man is assisted into hospital as other injured people are unload from vehicles outside the hospital after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
             
            In this image taken from APTN video young men carry a badly injured man on a stretcher to an awaiting vehicle after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
             
            Palestinian rescue personnel carry the body of a Palestinian after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
            Palestinians carry a wounded man after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
             
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  Bodies of Palestinians are laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect ruins of the presidential building; the office of president Mahomoud Abbas, after it was destroyed by an Israeli air strike on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            Palestinian Hamas policemen mourn over the body of a comrade outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel hammered Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 205 people in retaliation for ongoing rocket fire in one of the bloodiest days of the decades-long Middle East conflict. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) A wounded man is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A wounded boy is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            Palestinians rush a man to the hospital after he was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
            RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
            A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
             
             
             
             
            GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A Palestinian man cries over the body of a child in his arms, beside bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
             
          • mohamed radwan
            Dear All, Without going away in wards we do not know who write it and what pushes him to write it we can easily know the number of Muslims now all over the
            Message 5 of 9 , Jan 11, 2009
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              Dear All,
              Without going away in wards we do not know who write it and what pushes him to write it
              we can easily know the number of Muslims now all over the world in spite of the pains Islam suffers all over the world number of Muslims increasing in an unbelievable way without one drop of blood .
              It is easily to know number of Muslims in UK ,USA , Europe and other countries of world
              People there are Muslims just because they make there minds and gave there selves the chance to be justice and see the right and the wrong  


              --- On Sat, 1/10/09, Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@...> wrote:
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              Subject: Re: [Change_with_the_light] Best end of 2008
              To: Change_with_the_light@yahoogroups.com
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              Date: Saturday, January 10, 2009, 6:22 AM

              Hi everyone.
              I attached a Word file which contains bloody Arabs'hostory which is written by Arabs so you may learn something  about Arabs' bloody prophet and their bloody fabricated Allah by reading it.
               Hope the world get rid of those bloody creature

              Abomoslem Sardare Khorasan

              --- On Wed, 1/7/09, Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@ yahoo.ca> wrote:
              From: Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@ yahoo.ca>
              Subject: Re: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
              To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
              Received: Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 2:20 PM



              Let  the bloody arabs go to hell

              --- On Thu, 1/1/09, mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com> wrote:
              From: mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com>
              Subject: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
              To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
              Received: Thursday, January 1, 2009, 2:14 AM

              I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant


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              صور المجزرة الإسرائيلية


               

               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Tawfeq Jaber (C) the general police chief in Gaza, who loyal to Hamas, lies among other bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
                 
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
              An explosion is seen following an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by SEBASTIAN SCHEINER. 
               
              Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building used by the security forces of Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.
               
              Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
              Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
              Palestinians carry a wounded Hamas policeman as others lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
               
               
              A Palestinian man mourns over bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. 
               
               
              A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground as other men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              A Palestinian carries a victim of an Israeli air strike that targeted Buriej refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on December 27, 2008. At least 195 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, the head of Gaza emergency services Moawiya Hassanein said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              Palestinians carry a body after removing it from the site of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
               
              An injured Palestinain man lies on the ground outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              Palestinian men remove the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              Palestinian men and medics remove bodies from the site of the destroyed former office of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a car on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              Bodies lie on the ground as Palestinian men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
               
               
              RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
               
              A Palestinian man cries over the body of his son following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
               
               A Palestinian security force officer from Hamas reacts as he stands over others that were killed at the site of an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
               
              A Palestinian man reacts over the body of a member of the security forces of Hamas at the site of  an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
               
              Palestinians carry the body of a Palestinan from the rubble following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
               
               
              Palestinians rush a woman to the hospital after she was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              Palestinian men removes the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
               
              Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
               
              An explosion is seen during an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip on the border with Israel, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Tsafrir Abayov.
               
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of a Palestinian child lies among bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              A Palestinian Hamas policeman looks at bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
               
              Palestinians gather around the bodies of Hamas security force officers killed in Israeli missile strikes outside the morgue of Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
               
              Palestinian firefighters try to assist at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
               
               
              The body of a Hamas police officer is transported to hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israeli war planes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 140 people and prompting rocket fire from Palestinian militants that killed an Israeli, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
              Palestinians wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
               
              Palestinian children and a man wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
               
              A Palestinian girl wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
               
               
              Smoke and fire are seen after an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
              A Palestinian woman wounded in Israeli missile strikes is helped into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
               
               
              A Palestinian man wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
               
               
              Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
              Palestinians gather at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
               
              Palestinians run for cover following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
               
              Smoke rises after an Israeli bomb exploded in Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
               
              A Palestinian man gestures for help as security force officers loyal to Hamas are seen in the back of a truck after they were killed  in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
               
              Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike at  the former headquarters of  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
               
               
              A wounded Hamas policeman lies on the ground following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
              A Palestinian security force officer carries a wounded girl into the emergency room at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
               
              A wounded Palestinian is carried to a hospital following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
               A wounded Palestinian is rushed to the hospital after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
              In this image taken from APTN video, an injured man is assisted into hospital as other injured people are unload from vehicles outside the hospital after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
               
              In this image taken from APTN video young men carry a badly injured man on a stretcher to an awaiting vehicle after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
               
              Palestinian rescue personnel carry the body of a Palestinian after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
              Palestinians carry a wounded man after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
               
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  Bodies of Palestinians are laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect ruins of the presidential building; the office of president Mahomoud Abbas, after it was destroyed by an Israeli air strike on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
              Palestinian Hamas policemen mourn over the body of a comrade outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel hammered Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 205 people in retaliation for ongoing rocket fire in one of the bloodiest days of the decades-long Middle East conflict. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
               
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) A wounded man is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
               
              GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  A wounded boy is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
            • mohamed radwan
              Dear All Kindly be informed that the Palestinian problem and what is happening now in Gaza isn t a religious topic it is just related to being humans i think
              Message 6 of 9 , Jan 11, 2009
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                Dear All
                Kindly be informed that the Palestinian problem and what is happening now in Gaza isn't a religious topic it is just related to being humans i think any one of us if he or she is walking in the street and saw a dog or cat bleeding he will feel kindly and try to help that human being regardless his religion what happening in Gaza is against the humanity
                all people all over the world with there different religions refuse what happening there i have enclosed the pictures from the BBC site shows the feelings of people all over the world towards Gaza war if we thought a moment about the only and just only thing common between all those people we will find it simply that all of them are humans live on the same land with different (sex,shape,religions,customs, .......) but only common in being humans

                 --- On Sat, 1/10/09, Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@...> wrote:
                From: Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@...>
                Subject: Re: [Change_with_the_light] Best end of 2008
                To: Change_with_the_light@yahoogroups.com
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                Date: Saturday, January 10, 2009, 6:22 AM

                Hi everyone.
                I attached a Word file which contains bloody Arabs'hostory which is written by Arabs so you may learn something  about Arabs' bloody prophet and their bloody fabricated Allah by reading it.
                 Hope the world get rid of those bloody creature

                Abomoslem Sardare Khorasan

                --- On Wed, 1/7/09, Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@ yahoo.ca> wrote:
                From: Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@ yahoo.ca>
                Subject: Re: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
                To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
                Received: Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 2:20 PM



                Let  the bloody arabs go to hell

                --- On Thu, 1/1/09, mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com> wrote:
                From: mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com>
                Subject: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
                To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
                Received: Thursday, January 1, 2009, 2:14 AM

                I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant


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                صور المجزرة الإسرائيلية


                 

                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Tawfeq Jaber (C) the general police chief in Gaza, who loyal to Hamas, lies among other bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
                   
                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                An explosion is seen following an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by SEBASTIAN SCHEINER. 
                 
                Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building used by the security forces of Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.
                 
                Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                Palestinians carry a wounded Hamas policeman as others lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                 
                 
                A Palestinian man mourns over bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. 
                 
                 
                A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground as other men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
                A Palestinian carries a victim of an Israeli air strike that targeted Buriej refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on December 27, 2008. At least 195 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, the head of Gaza emergency services Moawiya Hassanein said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                Palestinians carry a body after removing it from the site of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
                 
                An injured Palestinain man lies on the ground outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                Palestinian men remove the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                Palestinian men and medics remove bodies from the site of the destroyed former office of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a car on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
                Bodies lie on the ground as Palestinian men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                 
                 
                RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
                Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
                 
                A Palestinian man cries over the body of his son following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                 
                 A Palestinian security force officer from Hamas reacts as he stands over others that were killed at the site of an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
                 
                A Palestinian man reacts over the body of a member of the security forces of Hamas at the site of  an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
                 
                Palestinians carry the body of a Palestinan from the rubble following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
                 
                 
                Palestinians rush a woman to the hospital after she was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                Palestinian men removes the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                 
                Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                 
                An explosion is seen during an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip on the border with Israel, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Tsafrir Abayov.
                 
                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of a Palestinian child lies among bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
                A Palestinian Hamas policeman looks at bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                 
                Palestinians gather around the bodies of Hamas security force officers killed in Israeli missile strikes outside the morgue of Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
                 
                Palestinian firefighters try to assist at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
                 
                 
                The body of a Hamas police officer is transported to hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israeli war planes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 140 people and prompting rocket fire from Palestinian militants that killed an Israeli, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                Palestinians wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
                 
                Palestinian children and a man wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
                 
                A Palestinian girl wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
                 
                 
                Smoke and fire are seen after an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                A Palestinian woman wounded in Israeli missile strikes is helped into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
                 
                 
                A Palestinian man wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
                 
                 
                Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                Palestinians gather at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
                 
                Palestinians run for cover following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
                 
                Smoke rises after an Israeli bomb exploded in Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                 
                A Palestinian man gestures for help as security force officers loyal to Hamas are seen in the back of a truck after they were killed  in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
                 
                Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike at  the former headquarters of  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
                 
                 
                A wounded Hamas policeman lies on the ground following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                A Palestinian security force officer carries a wounded girl into the emergency room at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
                 
                A wounded Palestinian is carried to a hospital following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                 A wounded Palestinian is rushed to the hospital after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                In this image taken from APTN video, an injured man is assisted into hospital as other injured people are unload from vehicles outside the hospital after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
                 
                In this image taken from APTN video young men carry a badly injured man on a stretcher to an awaiting vehicle after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
                 
                Palestinian rescue personnel carry the body of a Palestinian after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                Palestinians carry a wounded man after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing at least 40 people, a Hamas police spokesman and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                 
                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  Bodies of Palestinians are laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect ruins of the presidential building; the office of president Mahomoud Abbas, after it was destroyed by an Israeli air strike on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
                Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                Palestinian Hamas policemen mourn over the body of a comrade outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel hammered Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 205 people in retaliation for ongoing rocket fire in one of the bloodiest days of the decades-long Middle East conflict. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                 
                 
                GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP- DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) A wounded man is carried into the Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                 
              • Abomoslem Sardare khorasan
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                  The truth about Bloody arabs  and Gaza by an Arab Doctor
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                  Israeli Attacks in Gaza and the Arab Demagogy

                  by Dr. Sami Alrabaa

                  31 Dec, 2008

                  Once again some of us Arabs are as usual in a big mess. The Islamist extremist group Hamas, which came to power through an un-Islamic political process, namely democratic election, has since hijacked Gaza, established its rocket factories in residential areas, in bunkers under mosques, schools and hospitals. Over the past three years, the Hamas jihadis and their affiliates have frequently targeted their Kassam rockets at residential areas in Israel. Even during the ceasefire brokered by Egypt in 2008, Hamas shot their rockets at Israel. On top of all these, Hamas, like the PLO before the Oslo Accords, rejects the existence of Israel, a UN member state. Its ultimate aim is liberating all Palestine, which include Israel, by  wiping out the Jewish state from the world map and possibly by genocidal massacre or deportation of all Jewish people.
                  The “struggle” of Hamas is backed by Islamists across the globe, by state-controlled media of the Arab world, and by one-eyed anti-war campaigners in the West. Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary General of the UN, has condemned the latest Israeli military operations in Gaza as “disproportionate”.
                  All these organizations and groups have voraciously consumed the Hamas propaganda; they allege that the Israeli blockade has caused abject misery in Gaza, people there are starving. Some compare Gaza to a huge prison, to Holocaust. But who is to blame for all this calamity?
                  Israeli politicians have repeatedly stated that once Hamas stops its terrorist activities and launching of missiles, the blockade would be lifted. The Israeli cabinet even approved of aid convoys into Gaza despite Hamas' continued shooting rockets. The Hamas leadership ignored such conciliatory Israeli gestures and carried on the rocket-attacks on residential areas in Israel.
                  We Arabs are very good at twisting facts and exaggerating them, when it suits us. Mustafa Barghouthi, a Fatah activist, told CNN (28.12.2008) that “It was Israel which broke the ceasefire with Hamas.” Buthaina Sha’ban, a Syrian cabinet Minister, called the recent Israeli attacks on Hamas' military targets “the most atrocious Holocaust in the history of mankind” [London-based Saudi daily Al Shraq Al Awsat, 29.12.2008].
                  We Arabs also prefer to be mystical, wishful rather than realistic. Waleed Al Tabtaba’i, an Islamist member of the Kuwaiti parliament, hoped that Allah would come to rescue the Gazans as he did with his prophet Muhammad in all his raids against the infidels [Al Watan, 29.12.2008].
                  Yusuf Al Qaradhawi, the renowned radical Islamic cleric, told the Al Jazeera TV that “We Muslims, we are a bunch of donkeys if we do not stand up and fight the Israelis and their supporters wherever they are.”
                  Hamas and its affiliates are feeding on wishful thinking. They believe that an escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would bring them closer to their aim: Arabs and Muslims would take to the street and urge their governments to take action against Israel. Islamists in Iran and Indonesia have registered themselves to fight Jihad against the Jews, the “apes" or "monkeys” as Allah calls them.
                  We Arabs have learned nothing from the two major disastrous wars against Israel. Some of us still believe that the Israelis understand only the language of defiance and violence. Violence is the only “argument” we possess. Rational, realistic thinking has never been a part of our discourse and action.
                  Especially Islamists, they rejoice at the on-going maiming and killing in Gaza, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq. None of those Hamas-sympathizers has ever condemned the atrocities inflicted upon innocent people, arbitrarily killed in these countries by suicide bombers in the name Islam.
                  In Arabic we say, Ja’ja’a bila taheen” (It is all noise without flour). We Arabs are most boisterous, shrill people, but less effective or inclined to seeking pragmatic, workable solutions.


                  A huge anti-Israel demonstration in Jordan; protests like this in Arab
                  countries allowed only against perceived foreign enemies.

                  According to a clandestine survey by Bielefeld University conducted in Syria and Egypt (2006), over 70% of the population in these countries want peace with Israel. They are “sick and tired”, as many put it, of the belligerent discourse of the Islamists and the biased and instigatory propaganda of their national media. They, of course, don't dare say that openly.
                  Khaled, who wants to be identified by his first name only, told me, “Our leaders and their affiliates suffer from some kind of personality disorder. They keep us busy with Israel to distract from their failure to establish democracy and remove poverty. They also support radical organizations like Hamas and Hizballah as tools to keep that distraction alive.”
                  Fatima said, “Israel left South Lebanon and Gaza. Yet, for Hizballah and Hamas this is not enough. What do these people want? They are making the life of their people and ours miserable. We feel hijacked by these murderers. We want peace.”
                  In view of the fact that Kuwait and Lebanon allow relatively higher freedom of speech, columnists like Ahemd Al Sarraf, Ali Al Baghli, Hasssan El Essa, Fouad Al Hashem, and Khaleel Haidar in these countries have blasted Hamas and the Islamists for the calamity in Gaza.
                  The Arab world has never experienced any semblance of political freedom and stability. Since independence over the last half of the 20th century, the Arabs have been ruled by despots, either military or hereditary. Demonstrations are basically forbidden; calls for political reforms are ruthlessly squashed. But when people demonstrate against a foreign powers—Israel or the USA, for instancethey are then most welcome.
                  The Syrian regime even allowed a hand-picked group people to protest against the Egyptian embassy for not opening the border with Gaza. The Egyptian government also allowed demonstrations against the Israeli strikes against Hamas, while the authoritarian regime of Husni Mubarak deals with demonstrators for political reforms ruthlessly; see it here.
                  The Arab regimes have always projected the “Palestinian cause”the “Wound of all Arabs” or the “Nakba” (calamity) as some Arabs prefer to call itas a pretext to keep the people distracted from calls for political and economic reforms at home. The occupation of Iraq and the rise of Islamism have provided Arab regimes with new opportunities to defer socio-political reforms.
                  Besides, Arab regimes, such as the Egyptian, Syrian and Saudi governments, have appeased Islamists by antagonizing the same enemy, namely Israel and the USA, at least in the media. The radicals have stopped their arbitrary attacks in these countries; instead, they cross borders to wage Jihad against the foreign infidel enemy: in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.
                  Some dictators have never left a worthy legacy. Many of them have also left destruction, misery and deaths of numberless innocent people: think of Hitler, Stalin, Idi Amin, Pol Pot; the list is long. The Arab dictators are in a sense in good company.
                  All that being said, the road to democracy, freedom and liberty in the Arab world will yet be long one; the Arabs would still have to wait for decades before they can enjoy these basic rights of man.
                  In the meantime, the name of the game in the Arab world would remain demagogy, irrationalism, political schizophrenia, defiance and violence."

                  Abomoslem Sardare Khorasan

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                  Dear All
                  Kindly be informed that the Palestinian problem and what is happening now in Gaza isn't a religious topic it is just related to being humans i think any one of us if he or she is walking in the street and saw a dog or cat bleeding he will feel kindly and try to help that human being regardless his religion what happening in Gaza is against the humanity
                  all people all over the world with there different religions refuse what happening there i have enclosed the pictures from the BBC site shows the feelings of people all over the world towards Gaza war if we thought a moment about the only and just only thing common between all those people we will find it simply that all of them are humans live on the same land with different (sex,shape,religion s,customs, .......) but only common in being humans

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                  Date: Saturday, January 10, 2009, 6:22 AM

                  Hi everyone.
                  I attached a Word file which contains bloody Arabs'hostory which is written by Arabs so you may learn something  about Arabs' bloody prophet and their bloody fabricated Allah by reading it.
                   Hope the world get rid of those bloody creature

                  Abomoslem Sardare Khorasan

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                  Let  the bloody arabs go to hell

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                  I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant


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                  صور المجزرة الإسرائيلية


                   

                   
                  GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Tawfeq Jaber (C) the general police chief in Gaza, who loyal to Hamas, lies among other bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                   
                     
                   
                  GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                  An explosion is seen following an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by SEBASTIAN SCHEINER. 
                   
                  Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building used by the security forces of Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.
                   
                  Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                  Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                  Palestinians carry a wounded Hamas policeman as others lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                   
                   
                  A Palestinian man mourns over bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. 
                   
                   
                  A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground as other men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:   (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)  A Palestinian man cries beside the body of a child laid out on the ground beside bodies of other Palestinians outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                   
                  A Palestinian carries a victim of an Israeli air strike that targeted Buriej refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on December 27, 2008. At least 195 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, the head of Gaza emergency services Moawiya Hassanein said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  Palestinians carry a body after removing it from the site of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
                   
                  An injured Palestinain man lies on the ground outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  A Palestinian man weeps as he holds the body of a Hamas policeman as others look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  Palestinian men remove the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  Palestinian men and medics remove bodies from the site of the destroyed former office of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Palestinian man is brought to Shifa hospital in the back of a car on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                   
                  Bodies lie on the ground as Palestinian men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  Bodies lie outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 120 people were killed across the Gaza Strip as a result of massive Israeli air strikes today, 70 inside Gaza City and the rest elsewhere across the enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                   
                   
                  RAFAH, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27:  Palestinians inspect the site of an Israeli air strike in the southern town of Rafah on December 27, 2008 in Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 155 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                   
                  Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike outside the former headquarters of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
                   
                  A Palestinian man cries over the body of his son following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                   
                   A Palestinian security force officer from Hamas reacts as he stands over others that were killed at the site of an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
                   
                  A Palestinian man reacts over the body of a member of the security forces of Hamas at the site of  an  Israeli missile strike at the security headquarters in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Fadi Adwan.
                   
                  Palestinians carry the body of a Palestinan from the rubble following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
                   
                   
                  Palestinians rush a woman to the hospital after she was wounded in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  A Palestinian Hamas policeman mourns as he holds the body of a comrade outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                  Palestinian men removes the bodies of Hamas policemen outside their headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                   
                  Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                   
                  An explosion is seen during an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip on the border with Israel, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Tsafrir Abayov.
                   
                   
                  GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of a Palestinian child lies among bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                   
                  A Palestinian Hamas policeman looks at bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                   
                   
                  Palestinians gather around the bodies of Hamas security force officers killed in Israeli missile strikes outside the morgue of Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from Gaza pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing at least 155 and wounding more than 310 in the bloodiest day in Gaza in decades. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
                   
                  Palestinian firefighters try to assist at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
                   
                   
                  The body of a Hamas police officer is transported to hospital in Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israeli war planes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 140 people and prompting rocket fire from Palestinian militants that killed an Israeli, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                  Palestinians wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
                   
                  Palestinian children and a man wounded in Israeli missile strikes are seen in the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
                   
                  A Palestinian girl wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Khalil Hamra.
                   
                   
                  Smoke and fire are seen after an Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                  A Palestinian woman wounded in Israeli missile strikes is helped into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
                   
                   
                  A Palestinian man wounded in an Israeli missile strike is carried into the emergency area at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
                   
                   
                  Bodies of Palestinians are seen at Shifa hospital in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                  Palestinians gather at the site of a security compound used by the Islamic group Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
                   
                  Palestinians run for cover following an Israeli missile strike in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said more than 120 people were killed and more than 250 wounded. From AP Photo by Hatem Omar.
                   
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                  A Palestinian man gestures for help as security force officers loyal to Hamas are seen in the back of a truck after they were killed  in an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes demolished dozens of Hamas security compounds across Gaza on Saturday in unprecedented waves of simultaneous air strikes. Gaza medics said at least 145 people were killed and more than 310 wounded in the single deadliest day in Gaza fighting in recent memory. From AP Photo by Hatem Moussa.
                   
                  Palestinian medics carry the body of a security force officer from Hamas after an Israeli missile strike at  the former headquarters of  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by MAJED HAMDAN.
                   
                   
                  A wounded Hamas policeman lies on the ground following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
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                  A wounded Palestinian is carried to a hospital following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes and combat helicopters pounded the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing at least 155 people in the bloodiest day for Palestinians in more than 20 years. Palestinian militants responded with rocket salvoes that killed an Israeli man and wounded several others, medics said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                   A wounded Palestinian is rushed to the hospital after Israeli air force attacked Gaza City December 27, 2008. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds and killing more than 140 people, medical officials and witnesses said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                   
                  In this image taken from APTN video, an injured man is assisted into hospital as other injured people are unload from vehicles outside the hospital after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
                   
                  In this image taken from APTN video young men carry a badly injured man on a stretcher to an awaiting vehicle after Israeli aircraft struck Hamas security compounds across Gaza in Gaza City on Saturday Dec. 27, 2008. Hamas and medics reported that dozens of people were killed and that others were still buried under the rubble. The strikes caused widespread panic and confusion, as black clouds of smoke rose above Gaza. From AP Photo by AP.
                   
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                  One more Article about bloody arabs history according to their evidences. How bloody poisen minded these pathetic humans are. Muhammad: The Wise Assassin by
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                    One more Article about bloody arabs' history according to their evidences.
                    How bloody poisen minded these pathetic humans are.
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                    Muhammad: The Wise Assassin

                    by Ibn Kammuna & Ibrahim Lone

                    22 Dec, 2008

                    Introduction

                    The story of Ka’b is very well known by the Islamic historians and general Muslims alike. This man, who was a Jew, has been awarded a status of villainy and treachery by the Muslim scholars. Needless to say no matter how great the lie, a lie will always be extinguished by the truth. Even though the Muslim scholars tried to do a good job a vilifying this man as someone who hated Prophet Muhammad and planned to kill him, yet they have left traces for those with the ability to think rationally to derive the truth.
                    Prophet Muhammad was a very wise man as he was deceitful. He knew how to use the situations to his own benefit. It was his deceitful nature which led to the assassination of a man called Ka’b. His crime to cry out his woes in the face of the annihilation of his near ones.
                    However evil and piety, good and bad all of these have different meanings for a Muslim. For him these words acquire a different dimension altogether when compared with someone who is not a Muslim. So Muslims justify every act of Prophet Muhammad, and trust not us, but the history of Islam for verifying this fact. Every act of Muhammad is a holy act done with the blessings of his Lord Allah.
                    In this article, we discuss the “holy” assassination of Ka’b Bin Al-Ashraf. Understanding what made Muhammad kill this man, and how his act is considered as an act of piety by Muslims. In this journey we get to understand how Muslims justify the crimes of Muhammad and present them as a benchmark for other Muslims to follow. The story of this assassination can be found in many sources. Let us start from the “Sirat” (The Life of Muhammad – A translation of Ibn Ishaq’s SIRAT RASUL ALLAH. Translated by A. Guillaume). The full story can be found on pages 364 through 368.

                    The “Sirat” Story of the assassination of Ka’b
                    In the battle of Badr, which the Meccans lost to the Muslims, many were killed. Amongst them were some of the Meccan respected leaders (pp.364-5). When Ka’b, one of the Bani Al-Nadir leaders (A Jewish tribe that lived in Medina) heard of the news, he was very upset and saddened, especially on hearing the death of two of the Meccan leaders whom he respected and loved (Zayd and Abdullah bin Rawaha). He was saddened by the news, and went to Mecca. And stayed with Al-Muttalib bin Abu Wada’a who was married to Atika bint Abul Is. She took him in and entertained him hospitably. As a side note here we can see how the role of women in Mecca in pre-Islamic times was honorable. They were an active part of the household. Nowadays, when you go to a true Muslims house, women are hidden in the inner part of the house. You can only visit with the men if you are a male. From all that I read about the role of women in Pre-Islamic times in the Arabian peninsula was more dignified and had an active participation in the social life of the community that went staggered when Islam ruled. Moving along, Ka’b bewailed the slain of Quraysh in the battle of Badr. He composed some poetry that was mostly grieving for the dead (pp. 3657). Then he composed amatory verses of an insulting nature about the Muslim women. Does such a behavior demand a plot of assassination? Off course not. But, according to the holy prophet it does. Here is what Muhammad said:
                    • Who will rid me of Ibnul’Ashraf (Meaning Ka’b. Muhammad Just wanted him killed)

                    Muhammad bin Maslama answers the call of the prophet of doom and says:

                    I will deal with him for you, O apostle of Allah, I will kill him

                    And Muhammad answers:

                    Do so if you can (note how the holy prophet is not pushing it. He is telling him to do it if only he can! This is a good moral lesson for us good Muslims. We only assassinate when we can! The idea that assassination is morally wrong just does not exist in the mind of an evil cult leader like Muhammad.)

                    Then Muhammad bin Maslama goes on a fasting spree for three days aside from what is absolutely necessary. The prophet summoned him after that and asked him why he gave up eating and drinking. Bin Maslama tells the prophet that this assassination undertaking may be difficult to fulfill. And, again, the prophet assures Muhammad bin Maslama by saying, “All that is incumbent upon you is that you should try.” What a passionate prophet! He is just giving Bin Maslama the green light to try to kill someone, and assures him that things will be okay, even if he fails to kill Ka’b. And again, the moral predicate of killing another human being for no good reason, if a reason at all, does not come to the mind of this evil prophet. Muhammad bin Maslama, then, tells the prophet, “O apostle of Allah, we shall have to tell lies” upon which the prophet answers, “Say what you like, for you are free in the matter”.
                    So far we have two major moral dilemmas that are rejected by a decent human being, but are accepted and encouraged by prophet Muhammad: assassination and lying.
                    The story continues, and Bin Maslama and others, including a foster brother of Ka’b, go to see Ka’b and visit with him and recite poetry and talk in a negative tone about the prophet. They ask Ka’b to give them food for their families on account of paying him back later. An agreement issues that they’ll come back for this end and bring him weapons to leave as a pledge that they’ll pay him back. It was Ka’b's foster brother who suggested weapons. Ka’b accepted that. But his foster brother’s idea is not to get him, Ka’b, alarmed when he sees them back carrying weapons. The men go back and meet with the prophet. The prophet was supportive and walked with them a good distance on their night trip to go and assassinate Ka’b. Then he sent them saying, “Go in Allah’s name. O Allah help them.” As you can see, prophet Muhammad was such a supportive man. He enlisted Allah’s help to assassinate a man!
                    The story continues with these men going to Ka’b's castle. His foster brother calls him while he is in bed. Ka’b had been recently married. His wife had a sixth sense and said to him: “You are at war, and those who are at war do not go out at this hour”. Ka’b is not bothered by her comment, I suspect mainly because his foster brother was calling. Those of us who, have foster children or brothers or sisters, know that such individuals are family. It is this sense of security, I believe, that delivered Ka’b to his enemies (by the way, using a family member to kill another was utilized at least twice by Muhammad. This incident is one of them. Ali Sina mentions another interesting story about a son plotting and killing his father. This is a behavior that can be seen in cult members – see Sina’s book 2nd edition, p. 232-3).
                    Ka’b’s wife still tells him about his foster brother, “By God, I can feel evil in his voice”. Even so, her words did not get through to Ka’b and he goes out to see the men, who came to see him. They play a cheap trick of smelling the perfume on his head and complementing him on that. Bin Maslama finally gets a hold of his head and tells his companions “Smite the enemy of Allah”. To his credit, Ka’b gave out a good fight, but with many men attacking him, he was on the losing end, and died. After that assassination, the four Muslim men involved in the incident go to the apostle of Allah, prophet Muhammad, at the end of the night and salute him while he was praying! (that must have been some prayer considering the evil he had plotted that very night!). Muhammad comes out to them and they tell him that they had just killed Allah’s enemy. One of the men was wounded and bleeding from the attack on Ka’b. Muhammad spat on the wounds and all men went back to their families afterwards. The Muslim Ummah had triumphed again, by assassinating another human being.
                    One of the interesting parts of the above story is having a foster brother of Ka’b, who is really just like a blood brother, involved in the assassination incident. It is very difficult to understand this without understanding the mentality of a cult member, and how a cult transforms family members to become dreaded enemies. It is this part of the story that made Ka’b vulnerable to the Muslims. Without his foster brother involved with the Muslims, we believe, Ka’b would have been able to live longer. However, this was not to be. Prophet Muhammad’s evil intentions against him fully materialized on that cursed night.

                    Hadith Narrations Regarding the Assassination of Ka’b
                    Sahih Bukhari 4:52:271:
                    Narrated Jabir:
                    The Prophet said, "Who is ready to kill Ka'b bin Ashraf (i.e. a Jew)." Muhammad bin Maslama replied, "Do you like me to kill him?" The Prophet replied in the affirmative. Muhammad bin Maslama said, "Then allow me to say what I like." The Prophet replied, "I do (i.e. allow you)."
                    Sahih Bukhari 3:45:687:
                    Narrated Jabir bin 'Abdullah:
                    Allah's Apostle said, "Who would kill Ka'b bin Al-Ashraf as he has harmed Allah and His Apostle ?" Muhammad bin Maslama (got up and) said, "I will kill him." So, Muhammad bin Maslama went to Ka'b and said, "I want a loan of one or two Wasqs of food grains." Ka'b said, "Mortgage your women to me." Muhammad bin Maslama said, "How can we mortgage our women, and you are the most handsome among the Arabs?" He said, "Then mortgage your sons to me." Muhammad said, "How can we mortgage our sons, as the people will abuse them for being mortgaged for one or two Wasqs of food grains? It is shameful for us. But we will mortgage our arms to you." So, Muhammad bin Maslama promised him that he would come to him next time. They (Muhammad bin Maslama and his companions came to him as promised and murdered him. Then they went to the Prophet and told him about it.
                    Sahih Bukhari 5:59:369:
                    Narrated Jabir bin 'Abdullah:
                    Allah's Apostle said, "Who is willing to kill Ka'b bin Al-Ashraf who has hurt Allah and His Apostle?" Thereupon Muhammad bin Maslama got up saying, "O Allah's Apostle! Would you like that I kill him?" The Prophet said, "Yes," Muhammad bin Maslama said, "Then allow me to say a (false) thing (i.e. to deceive Ka'b). "The Prophet said, "You may say it." Then Muhammad bin Maslama went to Ka'b and said, "That man (i.e. Muhammad demands Sadaqa (i.e. Zakat) from us, and he has troubled us, and I have come to borrow something from you." On that, Kab said, "By Allah, you will get tired of him!" Muhammad bin Maslama said, "Now as we have followed him, we do not want to leave him unless and until we see how his end is going to be. Now we want you to lend us a camel load or two of food." (Some difference between narrators about a camel load or two.) Kab said, "Yes, (I will lend you), but you should mortgage something to me." Muhammad bin Mas-lama and his companion said, "What do you want?" Ka'b replied, "Mortgage your women to me." They said, "How can we mortgage our women to you and you are the most handsome of the 'Arabs?" Ka'b said, "Then mortgage your sons to me." They said, "How can we mortgage our sons to you? Later they would be abused by the people's saying that so-and-so has been mortgaged for a camel load of food. That would cause us great disgrace, but we will mortgage our arms to you." Muhammad bin Maslama and his companion promised Kab that Muhammad would return to him. He came to Kab at night along with Kab's foster brother, Abu Na'ila. Kab invited them to come into his fort, and then he went down to them. His wife asked him, "Where are you going at this time?" Kab replied, "None but Muhammad bin Maslama and my (foster) brother Abu Na'ila have come." His wife said, "I hear a voice as if dropping blood is from him, Ka'b said. "They are none but my brother Muhammad bin Maslama and my foster brother Abu Naila. A generous man should respond to a call at night even if invited to be killed." Muhammad bin Maslama went with two men. (Some narrators mention the men as 'Abu bin Jabr. Al Harith bin Aus and Abbad bin Bishr). So Muhammad bin Maslama went in together with two men, and sail to them, "When Ka'b comes, I will touch his hair and smell it, and when you see that I have got hold of his head, strip him. I will let you smell his head." Kab bin Al-Ashraf came down to them wrapped in his clothes, and diffusing perfume. Muhammad bin Maslama said. " have never smelt a better scent than this. Ka'b replied. "I have got the best 'Arab women who know how to use the high class of perfume." Muhammad bin Maslama requested Ka'b "Will you allow me to smell your head?" Ka'b said, "Yes." Muhammad smelt it and made his companions smell it as well. Then he requested Ka'b again, "Will you let me (smell your head)?" Ka'b said, "Yes." When Muhammad got a strong hold of him, he said (to his companions), "Get at him!" So they killed him and went to the Prophet and informed him. (Abu Rafi) was killed after Ka'b bin Al-Ashraf."

                    Sahih Muslim 19:4436:
                    Chapter 41: THE MURDER OF KA'B B. ASHRAF, (THE EVIL GENIUS) OF THE JEWS
                    It has been narrated on the authority of Jabir that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) said: Who will kill Ka'b b. Ashraf? He has maligned Allah, the Exalted, and His Messenger. Muhammad b. Maslama said: Messenger of Allah, do you wish that I should kill him? He said: Yes. He said: Permit me to talk (to him in the way I deem fit). He said: Talk (as you like). So, Muhammad b. Maslama came to Ka'b and talked to him, referred to the old friendship between them and said: This man (i. e. the Holy Prophet) has made up his mind to collect charity (from us) and this has put us to a great hardship. When be heard this, Ka'b said: By God, you will be put to more trouble by him. Muhammad b. Maslama said: No doubt, now we have become his followers and we do not like to forsake him until we see what turn his affairs will take. I want that you should give me a loan. He said: What will you mortgage? He said: What do you want? He said: Pledge me your women. He said: You are the most handsome of the Arabs; should we pledge our women to you? He said: Pledge me your children. He said: The son of one of us may abuse us saying that he was pledged for two wasqs of dates, but we can pledge you (cur) weapons. He said: All right. Then Muhammad b. Maslama promised that he would come to him with Harith, Abu 'Abs b. Jabr and Abbad b. Bishr. So they came and called upon him at night. He came down to them. Sufyan says that all the narrators except 'Amr have stated that his wife said: I hear a voice which sounds like the voice of murder. He said: It is only Muhammad b. Maslama and his foster-brother, Abu Na'ila. When a gentleman is called at night even it to be pierced with a spear, he should respond to the call. Muhammad said to his companions: As he comes down, I will extend my hands towards his head and when I hold him fast, you should do your job. So when he came down and he was holding his cloak under his arm, they said to him: We sense from you a very fine smell. He said: Yes, I have with me a mistress who is the most scented of the women of Arabia. He said: Allow me to smell (the scent on your head). He said: Yes, you may smell. So he caught it and smelt. Then he said: Allow me to do so (once again). He then held his head fast and said to his companions: Do your job. And they killed him.

                    Muslims' Apologetic Defence of Muhammad’s crime in Assassinating Ka’b Bin Al-Ashraf

                    Sami Zaatari
                    In a response to a gentleman named Silas, who raised some issues against Muhammad regarding Ka’b’s assassination, Mr. Zaatari is keen on defending the prophet no matter what. According to Zaatari, Ka’b brought that upon himself. He says:
                    the prophet Muhammad killed Kab because Kab incited people to kill Muhammad. So therefore no crime was done.
                    Before we delve into the actual situation of Ka’b and the Muslims here, a simple method of logical analysis shows that Mr. Zaatari’s defence is flawed. Let us accept what he says above. This means that person “A” is morally justified in killing person “B” if person “B” encouraged other people to kill person “A”. I suspect no one will accept this nonsense. Ahmed cannot be morally justified in killing Ali just because Ali encouraged other people to kill or go to war with Ahmed.
                    Let us now go back to Ka’b’s story and Zaatari’s defence of the prophet
                    Zaatari’s defense rests on the fact that Ka’b went to Mecca and incited people to kill Muhammad. True, Ka’b did talk negative about the Muslims camp. His Meccan friends were killed by the Muslims. He was weeping with the Meccans in Mecca for the death of their honorable men who were also his friends. What would you do if those leaders of slain Meccans were your friends? Are you supposed to go to the Muslim camp and recite the Shahada? I find Ka’b’s reaction very understandable. But at the same time, he was not conspiring to assassinate Muhammad. In fact, the story of assassinating Ka’b shows that Ka’b never talked about assassinating Muhammad. It did show his belief that those who follow Muhammad are doing themselves a disservice. But it is evident he had no “killing” claims against the Muslims. His foster brother was one of the Muslims, and he, Ka’b, was willing to give them food they requested for sustenance. That does not tell me that Ka’b had it in him to kill the Muslims. The claim that Ka’b just wanted to kill Muslims does not stand critical scrutiny. But wait, this is not the total picture here. Let us assume that Ka’b did in fact incite the Meccans to go to war against the Muslims, does that make his assassination a morally acceptable behavior? Does not a prophet of Allah need to warn Ka’b about his behavior first? Does not a prophet of Allah need to have a direct combat with Ka’b if he wanted him dead? An honorable route of killing Ka’b would be a direct face-to-face combat with the Muslims. Did Muhammad do that? No. He resorted to treachery, lying and to sending assassins in the dark of the night. Is this the hallmark of a man who claims to be the messenger of God? By doing what he did, Prophet Muhammad set an example for his Ummah (Nation) to follow. This is what Muslims are doing today and will continue to do……
                     
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                    Name: Ilham abdullah
                    Date: Sunday December 21, 2008
                    Time: 22:05:18 -0500

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                    Clearly the ' Phoney Prophet of God ' and his immediate (and later) followers were dealing with temporary mental illness brought on largely by the chaotic times in which they lived. I am an ex-muslim who happens to believe in god and has his own views on spirituality. All this stuff raises the question - How many muslims have actually considered what they are doing?.....

                    Name: Islamic Deceit
                    Date: Sunday December 21, 2008
                    Time: 23:33:36 -0500

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                    Deceit is an intrinsic quality of Islam.

                    Name: Zakir
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 00:25:47 -0500

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                    I am an ex-muslim who gave up Islam after studying it closely (ironically, because I wanted to become a cleric). Islam is an evil cult invented by Mohammed to satisfy his own ego and lust. It is really sad that so many are caught up in it. I wish I could help them all, but I can't. With this website, you guys are doing yeoman's job.

                    Name: Sean (USA)
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 00:31:48 -0500

                    Comment

                    This is the kind of article I love to read. You just got to love exposing Islam for the evil ideoligy that it is when all one needs to do is use Islamic sources.

                    Name: To Zakir
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 00:54:53 -0500

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                    People like you need to be congratulated. Kudos for renouncing the deadliest menace to humanity.

                    Name: Truth
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 01:25:36 -0500

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                    Two rats called Ibn Kammuna & Ibrahim Lone bad mouth the prophet of Islam defending a man who deserved to die and was so evil like the rest of them… maybe he is worst than Ariel Sharon the man who is now stinks on life support. The Jews in Medina knew well the prophet of Allah and they refused to accept him like they refused to accept Jesus the son of Marry. The Jews came to Medina looking for the seal of the prophet mentioned in their old testament and this is what brought them to Medina in the first place. They even tried to kill prophet Muhammad by poisoning him, the rats Ibn Kammuna & Ibrahim Lone only quote the hadeath and the sirat when they want to proof one side of their argument, the hadeath and the sirat is full of those stories. If we do not believe history just look at what their ancestors are doing to doing today in Palestine.

                    Name: truth guy u r a real liar
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 01:42:30 -0500

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                    so called truth guy,u r a real liar.why ? i will tell u. if a book is from a real god,it cant have any mistakes. but yr fake book has lots of mistakes.q-2-222 says that women who menstruate are sick,but truth is menstruation is a natural ovulation cycle nothing to do with any illness.same way quran says in same chapter,that first imaginary allah created earth then turned to the heavens to make them,ie first allah chreated earth which is 4.5 billion yrs old,and then he created universe which is 14 billion year old.how is it possible ?? there r innumerable other mistakes.it proves muhamed and his arab ftriends never received any thing from any god,they just made koran on their own.truth shall stand out from error and so truth has stood out from error,leave yr fake religion or burn in hell forever u filthy pig.THERE IS NO PIG OTHER THAN ALLAH AND MUHAMED IS HIS POOPOO.

                    Name: Just for the record and to rebut your argument.
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 02:03:04 -0500

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                    The q-2-222 says the following: [2:222] They ask you about menstruation: say, "It is harmful; you shall avoid sexual intercourse with the women during menstruation; do not approach them until they are rid of it. Once they are rid of it, you may have intercourse with them in the manner designed by GOD. GOD loves the repenters, and He loves those who are clean."*. I do not know where it says the women who menstruate are sick. Only idiots like you want to the Quran to say something it does not say. Maybe I shall say Islam and the Quran teaches physical and spiritual purity unlike those who claim civility and are like animals, they approach their women whenever and wherever. *http://www.quran-islam.org/97.html

                    Name: TO : GUY WHO CALLS HIMSELF TRUTH BUT ACTUALLY IS FALSEHOOD
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 02:03:06 -0500

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                    to : guy who calls himself truth but is actually falsehood : i was also a muslim once,and wanted to defend it,but after really reading koran/hadith i left it.the main lure for muslims like u is not god,but the lrue of 72 virgins for sex,wine and 24x7 sex,sex and more sex. this is the reason of yr belief in fake religion islam,sex and wine.even osama bin laden does not believe in this lie,that is why he himself does not die in suicide bombing bcoz he know when he dies there is no heaven or hell.

                    Name: RE:Truth
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 03:04:30 -0500

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                    So you think we are rats, very well. It shows the kind of upbringing you have had ,inorder to use such words for people who really are able to analyse the truth and get rid of a nuisance called Islam. So what are the Jewish people doing to the Palestinians. The Palestianians are in a hurry to go to Jennah, and the Israelis are merely aiding them, is that so bad. After all you Muslims give such a high status to Mujahids. Hiding behing ordinary civilians, while they fire they train their guns at the Jewish population is a trademark of these Mujahids. Incidently they also try to protect their organ by covering it in some kind of Aluminium foil so that they dont miss out on the Heavenly pleasures which they believe they are to recieve. Kill innocent Israeli children, women by exploding thyemselves, while their friends on the other side of Gaza shout Allahu Akbar. Worthless creatures who are the by products of a useless civilization calling themseves the Holy warriors. These are the people Muslims hold in high regard and you call us rats.......

                    Name: dd
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 03:19:05 -0500

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                    Name: osama knows there is no god/allah and no jannat,that is why he does not become suicide bomber
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 03:26:03 -0500

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                    osama knows that there is no god/allah and that after he dies there is no wine/houries in imaginaqry jannat,proof is : he never wants to become suicide bomber,he lets his followers go then married their widows and enjoys jannat here on earth as per reports from pakistan,and they say he is a saitn he marrie dthese widows,if he was real saitn he wud ask them to be sister,not fuck them. ANOTHER NOTE : same way all mullas all proponents of jihad,ETC KNOW THERE IS NO JANNAT OR ANY WINE/VIRGINS IN STORE THAT IS WHY THEY THEMSELF NEVER GO TO JIHAD BUT SEND YOUNG DUMB MUSLIMS BCOZ THEY WANT TO BE SAFE AND LET OPTHERS BE KILLED.if a muslim is real muslims he shud immediately stop all work and become suicide nbomber and blow himself up,so he can see forhimself there is no jannat its all a lie.the mullas and muhamed knews it now everyone shud know this.

                    Name: How evil minded this mad mohammad is?
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 03:44:18 -0500

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                    How evil minded this mad mohammad is?How can present day muslims still suppress thier rationality and conscience.Mohammad was the greatest villian in history nad more worst fellow than Hitlar.Now every one here must pledge to save humnaity and rationalise muslims.Mo just confused then arabs with prophet and revelations concept and twisted morals and rules to satisfy his animalistc desire.Even animals feel ashamed if we call Mo as animal as they do not harm any one with out any reason.

                    Name: The coward and evil assasin can be prophet?
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 03:53:34 -0500

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                    The coward and evil assasin can be prophet?Muslims are confuesed by quron and islam about the morals which are common to all humans.

                    Name: RE:The coward and evil assasin can be prophet?
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 05:24:36 -0500

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                    Muslims are not confused by the Quran and the Hadiths. This is an entirely incorrect analysis. They are actually confused by the Mullahs who claim to know better. Most of the Muslims dont even bother to read the Quran, even those who mostly dont understand what the Quran says, because they dont read the relevant Hadith without which it is impossible to understand the Quran. While the Quran on its own stands out as a stupid book, what adds to its stupidity are the relevant hadith and the Tafsir which add to its stupidity.

                    Name: RE:Just for the record and to rebut your argument.
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 05:34:32 -0500

                    Comment

                    Now where does the Quran say that it is harmful to have sexual union during the period that a woman is going through her periods? The Quran and tafsir say that a woman is unclean or physically dirty during this time of the month and men should avoid contact inorder that they may not get unclean as a result of which their Salah will not yeild them the desired rewards. A god who first arranges for women to bleed and then to add insult to injury also calls them unclean is a Psycotic personality. Moreover the word unclean in Islam is not the same as impure as understood by the Christians and the Hindus. Unlean in Islam is something physically dirty which should be avoided inorder to keep one's self away from evil. The list includes Kafirs, faeces, urine, spit,dogs, pigs etc. So Islamically speaking women during their menses are not better than pigs or dogs. You know I would have forgiven the fool who had posted this message for all to laugh at, if only he or she had been an ignorant. However this one is not an ignorant. This person fully understands what Islam is all about and hence cannot be let go without a reply that satisfies those who still retain their ability to think critically.

                    Name: RE:Just for the record and to rebut your argument. 2
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 05:38:33 -0500

                    Comment

                    And for the record your Prophet, used to enjoy physical pleasure with his wives even when they were in their menses. This has been recorded in inumerable Hadith. In one Ayesha the child wife of the Prophet said that "during the period of Idah, the prophet would ask us to put on a white cloth and then FONDLE us" This prophet never practiced what he preached. Moreover I really dont understand why Ayesha would reveil something so personal to others. Especially in one Hadith when she said that "None of you could control himself (sexually) like the Prophet could" I wonder if she had other sexual encounters which gave her an insight into the libido and self control of other men?

                    Name: Prasad Rao- God Bless India
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 06:36:14 -0500

                    Comment

                    Muslims are not shy to wait for about the 72 big bosom houris or eternal virgins and rivers of wine of different flavors in jannat or paradise awaiting all devout Muslims.( a Muslim means he who adheres to and obeys the teaching of Allah, the one God ) If I live my life true, as how my creator wanted me, then I could substitute my own wife in this world who’s record I hope will be as good as mine as one of the 72 big bosom houris or eternal virgins in paradise. There will be Humans who will follow Islam and adhere to its teachings till the world ends or till they complete their term in this world, till our lord enters us to paradise, unlike most readers who are offended and blinded by the current atrocities committed by your people like in the 20th century, even after those unwanted wars and those fictional Gas chambers where 6million were supposed to have perished. The greatest menace started after 1948, when terrorist were given the power to rule a tiny created nation and now these people were able to dictate to the rest of the world about the lies of the past and how to rule by deception, and how to rule by invading and confiscating from the natives and raping and molesting the native who gave them temporary sanctuary when a fictional mad man wanted your people out of his country. These people are the Descendants who tried to confuse the God of Moses by erecting a Calf even after Moses saved them from the tyrant. These Line of Descendants are the same people who are responsible for the calling of death to the beloved prophet Jesus, but it was the creator who took him up and will send him back to mankind to warn them about the crimes that they have committed for not following the creators laws, but instead following man made laws which diverts them away from the creators path. So my dear you are the Descendants of those people who are the real murderers, rapist, plunderers, pedophiles. Beware your time is up. The world will put your crimes to the test. Its easy to say that the Quran is grossly distorted copycat of Biblical. That’s because all the Prophets were sent by the creator to warn mankind of the unjust doing and to encourage mankind to live as a community, by helping each other rather than fighting each other for personal gain. Who is the great? Is it the creator or the creations? Allah, has created everything in pairs. To account for bisexuals and Men having Nipples is like Questioning as to why there are believers and unbelievers of Allah and why people steal and like to grab from others in the name of God. Further you for got why certain animals like dogs can hear the so called dog whistle but humans cant? When God created man with a brain and some still with one who cannot use it? Its mankind’s duty to use it to Acquire knowledge for the benefits of the human race with his or her limited capacity, rather than been selfish and terminating the human race through deception. Now, I fail to understand why some people just cannot understand the above as I have come from an Unbeliever to believer of the God of Mohammad and I hope to Enter Janna by hoping to witness all these false acquisitions of Muslims labeled as terrorist and the real culprits brought to justice and the Islamic law used for there punishment so that all corruption in this world are eliminated.

                    Name: allah allah kaat de galla this is islamic ideology
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 06:50:56 -0500

                    Comment

                    allah allah kaat de galla this is islamic ideology. it means allah allah slit throat of kafirs.this is isamic ideology.IF U JOIN ISLAM U HAVE TO CUT YR PENIS [ CIRCUMCISION IF U LEAVE ISLAM THEY CUT YR THROAT...SO FROM START TO END ISLAM IS JUST VOILENCE ]

                    Name: RE:Prasad Rao- God Bless India
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 07:25:11 -0500

                    Comment

                    There is no cure for people like this one. They are incurable Islamists incapable of any sort of independenpendent or critical thinking. And yes God bless India? Isnt that supposed to be against the tenets of Islam to say something like that.... Did you consult your imam before posting that, huh! According to the guy all the problems in the World started after Jews went back to their ancestral land. How do you explain the Islamic invasion of Persia, Afghanistan, Egypt, India, Mesopotamia, Syria, Spain.... Anyway you are a dummy and the by product of a civilization which has proved itself incapable of elolving. And yes why did your God give men Nipples. Please answer my question if we are to take you even a bit seriously.

                    Name: Question to Truth from Promachos
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 09:38:55 -0500

                    Comment

                    If, and its a BIG if, Islam truely is a religion of peace then why, in contradistinction to Christ who told his followers to spread the Gospel (if you belive in that sort of thing that is), did Mohammed say the following: “Narrated Abdullah bin ‘Umar: Allah's Apostle forbade the people to travel to a hostile country carrying (copies of) the Quran”- Sahih Bukhari, 4:52, No. 233. What on earth could the peaceloving people of Islam and their peaceful humanist text the Quran have to fear from hostile countries? And why would there be hostile countries and peoples in the first place? Could it be because the lodestar of the religion of peace contains passages like the following... قَاتِلُواْ الَّذِينَ لاَ يُؤْمِنُونَ بِاللّهِ وَلاَ بِالْيَوْمِ الآخِرِ وَلاَ يُحَرِّمُونَ مَا حَرَّمَ اللّهُ وَرَسُولُهُ وَلاَ يَدِينُونَ دِينَ الْحَقِّ مِنَ الَّذِينَ أُوتُواْ الْكِتَابَ حَتَّى يُعْطُواْ الْجِزْيَةَ عَن يَدٍ وَهُمْ صَاغِرُونَ Kill those who believe neither in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jiziyya with willing submission, and are subdued (9:29)? Adolph had his Mein Kampf, Mohammed had his Quran.

                    Name: Prasad Rao shows syptoms of typical evaise Musilm Behaviour
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 10:03:44 -0500

                    Comment

                    M. Rao, I Ibrahim Lone challenge you, To prove that Islam is a peaceful religion. Give us your thesis to prove your words. Here on this Forum. Just pasting a few Suras from the Quran here and there mean nothing when it comes to proving something. Write an article in support of your beliefs, and I am sure that MR. MA Khan will publish your thoughts. If you have the guts to prove the above Challenge, well and good, if not stop spamming this site. Because this site is not a personal fiefdom of anybody (unlike your Islamic sites where people like us are not even given a choice to raise our opinions), it belongs to all those who have the courage who dare to stand up to untruth and falsehood. If you have it in you to prove that your ideology is true come forward. If you can't, it means that you converted to Islam without properly studying it and thus your conversion was out of gullibility and your apathy for your former religion. Prove us wrong and as the Challenge goes on this site, it will be closed.

                    Name: Rao the Appologist, all Rhetoric no beef!
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 10:38:07 -0500

                    Comment

                    Rao Said "Further you for got why certain animals like dogs can hear the so called dog whistle but humans cant? When God created man with a brain and some still with one who cannot use it? Its mankind’s duty to use it to Acquire knowledge for the benefits of the human race with his or her limited capacity, rather than been selfish and terminating the human race through deception" Okay you here come with circular reasoning, rather answer questions you put forward more question to counter the intended questions. This is a typical tact of the creationists, especially the Muslims. Let me answer your questions. I doubt if you will understand the answer given your level of intellect. Dogs can hear the sound of the whistle because of genetics. They dogs evolved in a way that they developed the capacity to hear sounds at very low frequencies. This is what Evolution is all about. All humans have brains, some are evil others are not. There are a variety of reasons for this, it could be upbringing, peer pressure, excessive X chromosomes, etc or "Islamicaly speaking it is the will of Allah, or Allah had put the desire to do evil in the heart of the person". Of course it is the duty of the Human race to spread truth and knowledge, and that is our aim here at Islam Watch. Perhaps it would do Muslims good if they abandon their goal of conquering the world and helping serve Humanity. However this is not possible till the time they keep serving a man, who was the worst of creation. Now then can I have the answer to my Question Mr. Rao. Because according to science nipples just the appendix is a vestigial organ in males. It has stopped serving its purpose in the due course of evolution. Sadly if your Allah had given the cure for major diseases like AIDS, cancer, etc, we would have gladly believed in Islam, rather what Muhammad created was a creed of terrorists, pedophiles, mass murderers, misogamists, ignorant, rapists, killers, lechers........the list is endless.

                    Name: RE:Just for the record and to rebut your argument. 2
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 13:23:36 -0500

                    Comment

                    funny how your to second comment already answer the first one. :) quran said during mens woman is sick,unclean,hurt,illness and other meaning. you read this as during period women should not be touch as dogs,kafir and pigs. while in second comment you said prophet touch aisyah, fondle her, BUT NOT HAVE SEX during the time. that is the true meaning of the ayaat. we can touch women,dogs and pig and of course we can touch you ( unless you dont want to :)) we just cant have sex with women during period, we cant touch dog saliva, we cant eat pig. and we cant be REAL friend with kafir( difficult when both side saying other will torture in hell :)). but think this. IF what you interpret on ayaat "Kill those who believe neither in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger" are true on all condition and not just war time, why there still kafir now? you all will be extinc hundreds years ago, when we lead the civilization of the world. think about it!!

                    Name: Non Muslim
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 13:50:16 -0500

                    Comment

                    This muslim calling himself Truth (Pravda in Russian and we know what kind of truth this was) slanders the innocent victims of the pedophile prophet by turning them into the culprits. Pray tell me Truth, what was the crime of Umm Qirfa Fatima, a very old woman, so brutally murdered by the henchmen of the pedophile mass murderer?

                    Name: Joe
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 14:29:26 -0500

                    Comment

                    "Truth" - Perhaps the Jews rejected Mohammed because he was bastardizing their own religion. Doesn't Allah say something like a person who saves a life saves the world? Well, a rabbi said that three centuries before Allah. The Old Testament does say that people should be wary of false prophets, like Mohammed for instance.

                    Name: Pathfinder
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 15:32:58 -0500

                    Comment

                    Today a friend told me that a very learned and respected Islamic scholar had recently told that nowhere in the Koran Allah permits muslims to kill innocent people, be them nonbelievers. I never wanted to argue with my friend but told him that he should check the Koran himself. So this is the kind of lies muslims are prepared to tell to fool those who do not know Islam. No wonder they do it so easily. Their prophet was their teacher.

                    Name: muslim=anti christ
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 18:28:47 -0500

                    Comment

                    jesus christ had predicted evolve of islam and muhammad antichrist.it is our duty as christians to rip muslim stomach and predate their family as ruthless as possible. we must pave jesus path to the earth . i warn you to muslim motherfuckers we give you a bad side of life and send u to hell for god consent.our group will increase every day and final war between us(christians)and muslim will occur.we clean the earth from muslims(shittest animals of world) the time is over!!!

                    Name: QWER to muslim=anti christ
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 21:58:25 -0500

                    Comment

                    If you think "Jesus is Te Greatest" or "Christian is the one and best path", so you are typical with islam. Do you?

                    Name: RE:muslim=anti christ
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 23:37:22 -0500

                    Comment

                    I dont totally disagree, with you. Love and compassion is not for those who dont understand it.

                    Name: Spiritualism
                    Date: Monday December 22, 2008
                    Time: 23:51:46 -0500

                    Comment

                    The ultimate truth is within one self.Approach a living Master who can enable one to meditate.Do meditation regularly and one can find god within one self. What is required is not to lie,steal,aspire for others wealth or women and help others in whatever little way in case the other people are willing to take your help.Otherwise be at peace with yourself.For becoming spiritual you can belong to any religion but rituals can be ignored

                    Name: Prasad Rao- God Bless India
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 00:59:14 -0500

                    Comment

                    God bless India is not supposed to be against the tenets of Islam. Muslims do not have to consult imams before posting comments! Most criminals cannot digest the saying “those problems in the World started after Jews went back to their ancestral land”. The Islamic invasion of Persia, Afghanistan, Egypt, India, Mesopotamia, Syria, and Spain.... began as these countries were plotting to destroy Islam, unlike the modern day invaders who do it to make their respective industries and corporations profitable by cheating mankind. I will answer your question about Nipples provided you give me a logical answer as to why mankind with brains do not use it, why don’t they use them eh..? Your comments about 9.29 the answer is given from 9.31 to 9.35. The Jews and Christians took their rabbis and their monks to be their lords besides Allah by obeying them in things which they made lawful or unlawful according to their own desires without being ordered by Allah, and they also took as their Lord, The Messiah, son of Mary, while the Jews and Christians were commanded in the Torah) and the Gospel to worship none but One God - Allah (none has the right to be worshipped but He). Praise and glory be to Him, far above is He from having the partners they associate with Him." (9:31) The disbelievers, the Jews and the Christians want to extinguish Allah's Light with which Muhammad has been sent - Islamic Monotheism with their mouths, but Allah will not allow except that His Light should be perfected even though the disbelievers hate it. (9:32) It is He Who has sent Muhammad with guidance and the religion of truth (Islam), to make it superior over all religions even though the polytheists, pagans, idolaters, disbelievers in the Oneness of Allah hate it (9:33) O you who believe! Verily, there are many of the Jewish rabbis and the Christian monks who devour the wealth of mankind in falsehood, and hinder them from the Way of Allah, And those who hoard up gold and silver the money, the Charity of which has not been paid, and spend it not in the Way of Allah, -announce unto them a painful torment. (9:34) On the Day when that money, gold and silver, etc., the charity of which has not been paid will be heated in the Fire of Hell and with it will be branded their foreheads, their flanks, and their backs, and it will be said unto them "This is the treasure which you hoarded for yourselves. Now taste of what you used to hoard.” (9:35) To those who have the courage who dare to stand up to untruth and falsehood. Your time in this world is only temporary. It is high time you choose from Allah’s way or the Devil path, who also disobeyed Allah. "Islamicaly speaking it is the will of Mankind, Allah has given the choice to man, if he follows the laws of Allah mankind will go to the strait path, while if he disobeys the Teachings of Allah he will go the wrong way and continuously be in error". Of course it is the duty of the Human race to spread truth and knowledge, and that is our aim to show that Allah has sent numerous prophets to mankind to guide him to the right path and so that mankind could continue the tradition of good works to human race unlike those who do not take Allah’s laws rather their own selfish laws which only benefit their own desires not Mankind’s. Muslims Never conquered lands for wealth unlike the present day administrators. Man is only the worst of creation if he disobeys his creator’s law but becomes the best of creations if he uses the laws of Allah to the benefit of all Humans. That’s why the prophet said “who ever saves a humanbeing is like he who has saved all mankind and he who destroys a humanbeing is like that who wants to destroy the world. The Jewish Leaders back then rejected Mohammed because he preaching that all life comes from Allah and in the end return to Allah. And none has the right to be worshipped but Allah. Allah has not permitted Muslims to kill innocent people, be them nonbelievers. Killing is only permitted for self-defense. The Messiah, son of Mary had predicted evolve antichrist, Even Muslims are waiting for the antichrist who they refer to Dajjal and This Dajjal will get humans to worship himself as God. The Prophet of Islam said that Allah will send Christ for the second coming to eliminate the antichrist and will rule the Muslims. The Messiah, son of Mary will continue the teachings of the Prophet of Islam end will further teach mankind that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah. Why should I write to MA Khan to give his feedback when I am trying to enlighten your errors which you are misquoting.

                    Name: christian-muslims=evil terrorist
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 01:48:48 -0500

                    Comment

                    in srimad bhagwat puran written 5000 yrs ago,lord ved vyas clearly tells that in the kaliyug-age-there will be many charlatans and liar making false claims to be the only god,messenger etc.these people will be bellite the truth,freedom,love etc principals of humanity,and instead put their own fake brand of religion based on hate for all others.jesus says bow to me alone or i burn u in hell forever.allah=muhamad says bow to me alone or i burn u in hell forever.they dont care for love,compassion,truth,karma etc...just bow to gangster-jesuis/allah=muhamed or burn in hell.this is the basic theory of christianity/islam.

                    Name: koran is imperfect so also its message is hate absed
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 01:51:56 -0500

                    Comment

                    if a book is from a true-perfect god,it must be without error,but truth is that there r many scientific errors in koran,which r proven time and again,so no need for me to go through it again and again.but these errors prove that koran is false book created by arabs with limited knowledge.even 10th standard physics,biology etc books contain more accurate facts than koran.THERE IS NO PIG BUT ALLAH AND MUHAMAS IS HIS POO-POO.

                    Name: To narrow-minded fellow who can't tell Islam from Christianity
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 02:53:47 -0500

                    Comment

                    You better do a thorough research on Christianity and Judaism before equating them with Islam. Don't you know Christians and Jews are the avowed enemies of Islam? Research first before you judge.

                    Name: basic ideology of christianity is same : bow to gangster jesus or burn in imaginary hell forever
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 03:08:09 -0500

                    Comment

                    basic ideology of christianity is same : bow to gangster jesus or burn in imaginary hell forever.so even if u never sdinned,but did not bow to dead man on stick jesus, or eat his flesh or drink his blood [ cannibalism ] u go to hell.gandhi as per chrtsinaity is hell bound and bush like osama will go to imaginary heaven bound.this is essence of christianity.

                    Name: mumbai attacks and islamic jihad...an eye opening for hindus
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 03:09:48 -0500

                    Comment

                    mumbai attacks were eye opening for hindus.now more and more hindus r seeing judaism-christianioty inspired islam for what it is : raw hate for all other,they have woken up people and its sad that 300+ people had to die for ot.i hope the blood does not go in vain and islam is defeated along with its affiliated religions who have same hate based ideology.

                    Name: Volvo
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 04:13:58 -0500

                    Comment

                    I should mention that according to "tha Sword of Muhammad" Muhammad had 26 opponents murdered. Ibn Ishaq in his "life of Muhammad"(Sirat) names 10 of them. Also see www.1000mistakes.com

                    Name: RE:mumbai attacks and islamic jihad...an eye opening for hindus
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 04:35:06 -0500

                    Comment

                    How is Judaism and Christianity responsible for what Islamic terrorists do? care to explain?

                    Name: To misinformed anti-Christian
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 05:25:12 -0500

                    Comment

                    --"basic ideology of christianity is same : bow to gangster jesus or burn in imaginary hell forever.so even if u never sdinned,but did not bow to dead man on stick jesus, or eat his flesh or drink his blood."--Can you pinpoint exactly the verse that says so in the Bible. Either you are a misinformed fellow about Christianity or you are a protege of Islamic Jihad deliberately sowing discord and division among infidels.

                    Name: to: Prasad Rao from Bill
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 05:25:59 -0500

                    Comment

                    You seem to be a fair individual who is acting with good intentions. I would like to bring up several counter points to your posts. 1) Holocaust denial- i am Lithuanian christian and half of my ancenstors were gassed by the nazis. Russians brought them to the camp. It happened. 2) israel-terrorist state created? Yet you mention it was their ancestral home. Why cant it be now? Because Islam once owned it? I guess we better give spain to the moors as well! 3) islams wars were defensive-is it defensive because they were freeing people they thought were oppresses and needed to be brought into islam? Kafirs might say thats offensive war. Did you know the walls around the vatican were specifically built to repel muslim invaders in italy. Go on wikipedia and look up and look up "islamic conquests". 4). Superiority of Islam- why is over half the quran and haddith about the kafir and Allah's disdain for him. No other religion even comes close to the amount of negativity directèd to the òther. Why is Allah so worried about the òther guy? The bible's message is love for all. Allah not once said he loved the kafir only how much they should be hated. If islam is so superior why does the islamic world have one of the highest illeteracy rates, highest infant mortality rates, lowest Human developement indexs, and lowest GDP per capita in the world. Colonialism, imperialism, and the West had their negative impacts but it is noteworthy that about the time islamic expansion was brought to a halt was also the end of the 'islamic Golden Age." in addition it was also át this time that many islamic scholars were declaring philosophy(áristotle-critical thinking) as haram because it was viewed as a threat to Islam. I hope you see my statements/questiòns not as an attack but a sincere effort towards presenting a different View point. I am not an ignorant kafir but one who has read the quran, haddith, and countless òther works. Wishing you all the best.

                    Name: to : muslim i ask u,pls stick to koran and tell me is it perfect or imperfect ??
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 06:54:01 -0500

                    Comment

                    a god is supposed to be perfect and so also his book written by him to be pergect with no errors,but koran has lots of scientific errors,so its proven its written by arabs who had no true knowledge of world.u r twisting and turning things to suit yr thinking.but this is truth : gandhi the apostle of peace gets to go to hell,but killer like osama,get wine and virgins in imaginary paradise,this is totally unfair and thus it proves islam is unfair and anti truth.

                    Name: WINE IN JANNAT IS HALAL, BUT ON EARTH IS HARAM...WHY??
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 06:55:56 -0500

                    Comment

                    wine with virgins in jannat is halal,but on earth is halal.if u kill infidels u get virgins for sex in jannat.this is wrotten in koran/hadith,this proves koran is hate based.

                    Name: VERY IMPORTANT : http://www.santabanta.com/newsmaker.asp
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 06:57:37 -0500

                    Comment

                    VERY IMP : http://www.santabanta.com/newsmaker.asp..................Mumbai terrorists promised sex with virgin in heaven The lone surviving terrorist of the Mumbai terror attack Ajmal Amir Kasab has admitted that he along with his militant partners were lured into the terrorist camps by the Pakistan army officers as they were made to believe that the ‘Jehad’ in which they are going to take part will offer them a chance to put an end to their quest for ‘holy virgins’. The 10 Pakistan terrorists who attacked Mumbai were indoctrinated by the Pakistan terror establishment. Jehad-for Virgins Scam was used to cheat teenage muslims to become terrorist. During the training Pakistan Army officers and Lashkar-e-Toiba commanders repeatedly told the terrorists that the moment you are killed in the Jehad against India in Mumbai attack, your body will emit divine glow and an intoxicating fragrance, before the body rises to heaven, to enjoy sex with beautyful virgins waiting for you, The Political Party.com quoted Kasab’s confession with the Mumbai Anti-Terror Squad (ATS). Kasab now believes that Jehad is an unholy quest for sex withy virgins in heaven. According to Political Party.com Kasab was horrified to see the dead bodies of his colleagues killed in the Mumbai attacks. Kasab is now accusing the Pakistan army officers and Lashkar commanders of cheating the teenager terrorists with promise of sex with beautiful virgins in the heaven, as reported by the Political Party.com

                    Name: Religionless
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 06:58:58 -0500

                    Comment

                    After reading all these posts, I am more convinced that Man created god to explain the inexplicable. But each man believes that the god invented by his forefathers is true and all others are false. That is because his /her parents/teachers brainwash. Some at a later date due to difficulties in their religion embrace others and proclaim what they have done is correct. Remember the story of a fox which gets its tail dyed because it falls in to a paint pot and tells all should have their tails dyed. True each religion has many good thinkers to help humanity. But to kill to establish one's religion is inhuman. How could a god who is beneficent and merciful tolerate such acts? Why is this god- he she or it not protecting the innocents? All that a human being should believe is HELPING OTHERS IS VIRTUE AND HARMING OTHERS IS SIN. If only all religious fanatics understand this world could be aa better place to live. Some posts spit venom. People use brains if they can. If they cant they use their muscle or tongue. Mr. Rao, you appear to be a convert without application of mind. Converts are more dangerous than originals. Mallik Kafir distroyed more temples and killed more Hindus than any Moslem invader.

                    Name: MUMBAI JIHADI WAS PROMISED WINE AND VIRGINS BY PAKIS ARMY OFFICERS !!!!!
                    Date: Tuesday December 23, 2008
                    Time: 07:01:15 -0500

                    Comment

                    MUMBAI JIHADI WAS PROMISED WINE AND VIRGINS BY PAKIS ARMY OFFICERS !!!!! , http://www.santabanta.com/newsmaker.asp , Mumbai terrorists promised sex with virgin in heaven The lone surviving terrorist of the Mumbai terror attack Ajmal Amir Kasab has admitted that he along with his militant partners were lured into the terrorist camps by the Pakistan army officers as they were made to believe that the ‘Jehad’ in which they are going to take part will offer them a chance to put an end to their quest for ‘holy virgins’. The 10 Pakistan terrorists who attacked Mumbai were indoctrinated by the Pakistan terror establishment. Jehad-for Virgins Scam was used to cheat teenage muslims to become terrorist. During the training Pakistan Army officers and Lashkar-e-Toiba commanders repeatedly told the terrorists that the moment you are killed in the Jehad against India in Mumbai attack, your body will emit divine glow and an intoxicating frag

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                      After reading this short article you can judge do these bloody arabs worth of having our sympathy or not?

                       

                      Non-Muslims: Worse than Animals

                      by Abul Kasem/Jamie Glazov

                      04 Jul, 2008

                      Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Abul Kasem, an ex-Muslim who is the author of hundreds of articles and several books on Islam including, Women in Islam. He was a contributor to the book Leaving Islam – Apostates Speak Out as well as to Beyond Jihad: Critical Views From Inside Islam.

                      FP: Abul Kasem, welcome to Frontpage Interview.

                      Kasem: Thank you.

                      FP: We are here today to discuss how Islam views non-Muslims. What is the best way to start this discussion?

                      Kasem: Those who have not read the Qur’an in detail have very little idea about the unremitting hatred Allah has for the non-Muslims. One striking aspect of Islam’s unbound rage and hatred for the unbelievers is that Allah is obsessed with tagging the unbelievers with animals—various types, such as dogs, camels, cows, pigs, apes, goat and so on.

                      FP: Can you share some verses from the Qur’an, ahadith, and other important sources in Islam on this theme?

                      Kasem: Sure. Allah sees unbelievers as worse than animals. Let us start with verse 8:55 of the Qur’an. In essence this verse says: the unbelievers are the worst beasts (or worst animals) in the eyes of Allah.

                      According to ibn Abbas and Jalalyn, the most eminent exegetes of the Qur’an, Allah revealed this verse regarding the B. Qurayzah Jews. These Jews had unconditionally surrendered to Muhammad’s invading army. Earlier, Muhammad had asked these hapless Jews, comprising of women children and adult males, to convert to Islam if they wanted to be reprieved from the genocide that was pronounced on them by the judge appointed by Muhammad. But these Jews steadfastly refused to embrace Islam, preferring death instead. So, when they turned down Muhammad’s offer of ‘mercy’, around 700 to 900 of the adult males were beheaded right in front of Muhammad. Muhammad’s companions participated in this orgy of beheadings. This was similar to the scene of an abattoir where animals are driven to be slaughtered by Islamic swords and knives.

                      Commenting on this frenzy of slaughter of these Jews, ibn Kathir, another eminent tafsir writer, writes that the unbelievers who do not embrace Islam and break treaties are the worst moving creatures on earth; Muslims should punish them harshly and inflict heavy casualties among them.

                      In Qur’an 25:44, Allah says that unbelievers are worse than cattle and animals.

                      Ibn Kathir provides the reason why non-Muslims are worse than animals and grazing cattle: cattle only do what they were created to do, but these people were created to worship Allah alone without associating partners with Him, but they worship others with Him, even though evidence has been established against them and Messengers have been sent to them.

                      Allah hurls further insults to the Jews and Christians if they do not accept the Qur’an. Allah says in Qur’an 4:47 that the Qur’an confirms the books sent before it; the people of the book are cursed if they do not believe in the Qur’an. Because of this calumny Allah may efface their faces. According to ibn Kathir effacing means turning them blind; turn their faces backward means to put their faces on their backs and make them walk backwards, and curse them means to turn them into animals.

                      Allah says in Qur’an 6:122 that He raises the believers from the dead and provides them with light to enable them to move among the disbelievers; but the unbelievers move in total darkness.

                      Commenting on this verse Maulana Abul Ala Maududi, a modern exegete of the Qur’an writes (Tafheem ul Quran commentary number 6/88):

                      'Death' signifies here the state of ignorance and lack of consciousness, whereas 'life' denotes the state of knowledge and true cognition, the state of awareness of Reality. He, who cannot distinguish between right and wrong and does not know the Straight Way for human life, may be alive on the biological plane, but his essential humanity is not. He may be a living animal but is certainly not a living human being. A living human being is one who can distinguish right from wrong, good from evil, honesty from dishonesty.

                      Readers should note that ‘Straight Way’ means Islam. The gist of Maududi’s comment is that a human being who does not accept Islam is a living animal.


                      FP: So what should happen to these lowest of animals according to Islam?

                      Kasem: Islam decrees that they be slaughtered Islamically, just in the manner as animals are killed, that is, by beheading.

                      In Sunaan ibn Majah (hadis number 4.3126) we read that the blood of animals is very dear to Allah, and therefore, one must slaughter animals to please Allah (hadis number 4.3167). Since non-Muslims are animals it is evident that Allah has a great penchant for the blood of infidels.

                      FP: What are some of the most disturbing verses in terms of all of this?

                      Kasem: Qur’an 7:176-177 will profoundly disturb many non-Muslims. In verse 7:176 Allah says those who reject faith are like panting dogs; preaching to them is a waste of time. Maulana Maududi writes (commentary number 7/139):

                      …This is followed by a statement in which God likens the person in question to a dog. A dog's protruding tongue and the unceasing flow of saliva from his mouth symbolize unquenchable greed and avarice. The reason for likening the human character described above to a dog is because of his excessive worldliness… This metaphor of the dog highlights the fate of the worldly man who breaks loose from his faith and knowledge, who entrusts his reins to blind lust and who ends up as one wholly devoted to gratifying his own appetite.

                      What Maududi is says is quite clear: those who do not accept Islam are greedy dogs.

                      Further, in verse 7:177 Allah says: Those who reject the Qur’an, wrong themselves; they are evil. According to ibn Abbas, their example is that of a dog.

                      FP: After killing unbelievers, what does one do with their corpses?

                      Kasem: Unbelievers’ corpses are to be fed to dogs.

                      Since Allah likens the non-Muslims to dogs, it is just fair that their corpses be fed to the dogs. Thus in Ash Shifa (Ash –Shifa of Qadi ‘Iyad. Translated by Aisha Abdarrahman Bewley. Madinah Press, P.O. Box 5531. Inverness, IV5 7YA, Scotland, U.K. 2004. ISBN: 1 874216262. p.411) we read:

                      If a Jew or a Christian reviles Muhammad he is beheaded.

                      In an An Nawadir (footnote 1: A book by Ibn Abi Zayd, author of the Risala) from the version of Sahnum from Malik, we find that any Jew or Christian who reviles the Prophet in any other than normal way by which the Jews and Christians reject him is beheaded unless he becomes a Muslim.

                      If a Christian reviles Muhammad kill him and let the dog eat his corpse.

                      Abu’l Mus’ab said, “A Christian was brought to me who said, “By the One who chose ‘isa over Muhammad/.’ There was a dispute about him before me. So I beat him until I killed him, or he lived for a day and a night. I commanded someone to drag him by the feet and throw him into a dung heap and the dogs ate him.”

                      In case readers have doubt about the ‘purity’ of Ash Shifa, this is what is written at the back of this famous Islamic book:

                      Kitab Ash-Shifa bi tar’rif huquq al Mustafa (Healing by the recognition of the Rights of the Chosen One), of Qadi ‘Iyad (d. 544H/1149CE) is perhaps the most frequently used and commented upon handbook in which the Prophet’s life, his qualities and his miracles are described in every detail. Generally known by its short title, Ash Shifa, this work was so highly admired throughout the Muslim world that it soon acquired a sanctity of its own for it is said: “If Ash Shifa is found in a house, this house will not suffer any harm…when a sick person reads it or it is recited to him, Allah s.w.t. will restore his health.”

                      Ash Shifa gathers together all that is necessary to acquaint the reader with the true stature of the Prophet, peace and blessing be upon him, with the esteem and respect which is due to him, and with the verdict regarding anyone who does not fulfill what his stature demand or who attempts to denigrate his supreme status—even by as much as a nail pairing.

                      Therefore, we should have no doubt that in Islam a non-Muslim’s corpse is worth dog food.

                      FP: I imagine that the Jews have a special category in all of these descriptions.

                      Kasem: Of course. Jews are apes and swine

                      Thanks to the power of the Internet, today the world has become aware of the extreme hatred that Islam possesses for the Jews. Islam views the Jews as monkeys and pigs—perhaps the two most despicable animals in the eyes of Allah.

                      In Qur’an 2:65 Allah say that because the Jews broke the Sabbath He transformed the them into apes and swine. Many Islamists living in the West often attempt to soften this extreme insult by saying that this transformation is just figurative, and it is not to be taken seriously.

                      This is what ibn Kathir writes about the transformation of Jews into monkeys and pigs:

                      They began using deceitful means to avoid honoring the Sabbath by placing nets, ropes and artificial pools of water for the purpose of fishing before the Sabbath. When the fish came in abundance on Saturday as usual, they were caught in the ropes and nets for the rest of Saturday. During the night, the Jews collected the fish after the Sabbath ended. When they did that, Allah changed them from humans into monkeys, the animals having the form closest to humans; the young people turned into howling monkeys with tails while the older prople were turned into swines. They lived on earth only for three days. They did not eat, drink or had offspring.

                      Ibn Abbas writes that this happened during the time of Prophet David.

                      This is what Maulana Maududi (commentary number 2/83) writes about the Jews:

                      But both the words and the manner in which this incident is recounted in the Qur’an seem to suggest that what took place was a physical transformation of certain persons into apes rather than just a moral metamorphosis. What seems plausible to me is that while their minds were allowed to remain intact, their bodies were changed into those of apes.

                      Maududi has harsher words for the Jews when commenting on verse 5:60 in which Allah says that He transformed some unbelievers into monkeys and pigs. Maududi writes:

                      This alludes to the Jews whose history shows that they were subjected, over and over again, to the wrath and scourge of God. When they desecrated the law of the Sabbath the faces of many of them were distorted, and subsequently their degeneration reached such a low point that they took to worshipping Satan quite openly. The purpose of saying all this is to draw attention to their criminal boldness while they had sunk to the lowest level of evil, transgression and moral decadence; they vigorously opposed all those who, thanks to their faith, lived a truly pious and righteous life.

                      Verses 5:78, 7:166, and 5:27 of the Qur’an repeat the same theme explained above.

                      In connection with verse 5:27 ibn Kathir writes that the Jews and their ilk are the brothers of monkeys and swine.

                      We might wonder from where ibn Kathir and other stalwarts of Islam had their exegeses. The truth is: Muhammad himself had described the Jews as the brothers of monkeys and pigs. Here is the proof (this incidence refers to Muhammad’s attack on B. Qurayzah Jews):

                      ‘When the Messenger of God had approached their fortresses, he said: “You brothers of apes! Has God shamed you and sent down his retribution on you?” they said, “Abu al-Qasim, you have never been one to act impetuously.”’ (The History of al Tabari, vol.viii, p.28).

                      Thus, according to Islam, the Jews are still considered as apes. It is a decree by Allah, and Muhammad had confirmed this in the operation for B. Qurayzah. Ibn Sa’d (Ibn Sa’d, Kitab Tabaqat al Kabir, tr. S. Moinul Haq. vol.ii, p.95) writes: Muhammad said, “O brothers of monkeys and pigs! Fear me, fear me.”

                      FP: What other animals are non-believers compared to?

                      Kasem: Cattle herd.

                      The pagans of Mecca were ardent followers of their traditional religious beliefs and customs. Despite Muhammad’s desperate attempt to lure them to his new creed, very few Meccans had shown any interest in his call. Frustrated Muhammad started to denigrate their religion, insulted their deities and used vulgar languages to mock at their rituals and customs. In verse 2:171 Allah said that to follow blindly forefathers religion is parroting; they (the unbelievers) are like a goat-herd; deaf, dumb and blind.

                      Maududi (commentary number 2/169) explains this verse in this manner:

                      This parable has two aspects. On the one hand, it suggests that these people are like herds of irrational animals, dumb cattle that always follow their herdsmen, moving on as they hear their calls without understanding what they mean. On the other hand, it also suggests that when the Truth is preached to them they show such insensitivity to it that one may as well be addressing animals that merely comprehend sounds but are incapable of understanding their meaning. The expression lends itself to both interpretations.

                      In verse 7:179 Allah says that non-Muslim jinns and humans are worse than cattle. According to Jalalyn: Because [at least] they [cattle] seek what is beneficial to them and stay away from what is harmful to them: these individuals, on the other hand, are proceeding towards the Fire, out of [sheer] obstinacy.

                      Even on the resurrection day the unbelievers will be driven to hell like thirsty cattle hastened to water (19:86).

                      FP: What else are unbelievers?

                      Kasem: Deaf, dumb, and blind.

                      Because non-Muslims are worse than animals and cattle, it naturally follows that their intelligence, knowledge, aptitude and talent are also similar to animals. Thus, Allah says that the unbelievers are deaf, dumb (stupid), and blind. In connection with verse 6:36 ibn Kathir writes that being deaf and blind is the state of the disbelievers.

                      Here are a few verses where Allah affirms this:

                      Unbelievers are deaf, dumb and blind (also see 6:39, 2:171, 7:179, 8:23, 24:40, 22:46, 46:26, 43:36 37) ...2:18

                      Allah intentionally puts veil on the hearts of some of those who listen to Muhammad. He also puts deafness in their ears because they claim that the Qur’an is the narration of old tales…6:25

                      Those who deny Allah’s revelation to Muhammad (Qur’an) are deaf and dumb, groping in darkness…6:39

                      The worst of beasts in the sight of Allah are the deaf and dumb who do not understand Islam (this verse refers to the hypocrites—both the unbelievers and the hypocrites are the same; they are deaf and dumb—ibn Kathir)...8:22

                      Unbelievers are deaf and dumb; Muhammad cannot make a deaf listen or understand…10:42

                      Muhammad’s warning is from a divine inspiration, but the unbelievers are deaf so that they do not heed Muhammad's warning…21:45

                      The unbelievers are dead, deaf, and dumb (stupid); Muhammad could never make them understand…27:80

                      It is useless to preach to the deaf and the dead…30:52

                      Dead and deaf cannot be made to hear...Sahih Bukhari, 2.23.453

                      FP: Well, suffice it to say that, according to Islam, Muslims and non-Muslims can never be equal. Perhaps it's no surprise that multiculturalism, in terms of our understanding of it, does not thrive under Islam.

                      Kasem: Indeed. This is the logical conclusion—animals (non Muslims) and humans (Muslims) can never be equal. Here are a few verses where Allah has created a permanent separation between Muslims and non-Muslims:

                      Believers (Muslims) and non believers are not equal…6:50

                      People on whom Allah has promised His blessing cannot be on par with people who enjoy material comfort (Believers and non Believers are not equal—Jalalyn)…28:61

                      There cannot be equal treatment between the believers and the unbelievers (Muslims and

                      non Muslims are not equal—ibn Kathir.)…38:28

                      Believers are not equal with unbelievers…39:9

                      Allah discriminates between the believers and the non believers. (Allah the Exalted states here that the believers and the disbelievers are never equal—ibn Kathir)…45:21

                      Unbelievers are blind; they cannot be equal to those who follow Islam, the straight path…67:22

                      Allah cannot treat equally the submitters (believers) and the rebels (unbelievers)…68:35

                      FP: So the conclusion to our discussion?

                      Kasem: Islam has very little respect for humanity, as we understand it. In the first place, it does not consider non-Muslims as human beings. Therefore, it is useless to talk with Islam about human rights, equality in the eye of law, religious freedom, and freedom of expression, democratic rights, people’s government, universal suffrage, and any universal declaration of human rights.

                      That is why it is impossible to negotiate or compromise with Islam or to secure permanent peace (like Israelis and Palestinians or Kashmir and India). Anyone having the slightest humanism, conscience, and compassion should be appalled at the Islamic theology I have presented here today. It is time that the entire humanity realizes the futility of engaging in inter-faith dialogue with Islam. As long as the unbelievers are treated as animals in Islam, it is not possible to have equal rights is Islamic societies.

                      We need the world to realize this truth and to unite together. Truly, the world is permanently divided into two warring camps: the world of humans (Islam) and the world of ‘animals’ (non-Islam). Without wasting time in endless dialogues, let us accept this reality and do what we must do to defend our freedom and civilization.

                       

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                      Name: Islam is an insult to human being
                      Date: Friday July 04, 2008
                      Time: 02:48:48 -0700

                      Comment

                      Mohammad wanted to be respected. He made Islam and taught that non-Islam are lower than animals. In fact, he was an animal bringing disgrace to the whole universe. Mohammad Laknatullah, faeces-be-upon-him.


                      Name: non-arabs are treated like animals in soudi arabia
                      Date: Friday July 04, 2008
                      Time: 05:30:36 -0700

                      Comment

                      non-arab workers irrespective whether they are muslims or kaffirs are treated like animals in soudi arabia.perhaps Nast faith Islam made them like that.Workers are treated like slsaves.International coward community including asian countries are mute spectators fro the sake oil .


                      Name: Mohammad suffered psychological prblems
                      Date: Friday July 04, 2008
                      Time: 05:40:24 -0700

                      Comment

                      Mohammad suffered psychological prblems.He was not treted nto even diagonsied of disease.Hece 1.5 billion people are suffering beahving psychic


                      Name: Is Islam blasphemic?
                      Date: Friday July 04, 2008
                      Time: 07:55:32 -0700

                      Comment

                      Consider Daoism or Zen-Buddhism. They don´t even talk about god because He or She is too superior and out of our imagination to be expressed with words. In contrast, in Islam god is a very trivial person, a guy who teaches husbands to beat their wifes, to punish with sometimes very brutal treatments. Moreover, Islam declares to have a book written by god. This can be considered blasphemic, too since there no evidence for this claim, indeed there are many contradiction in the quran, hundreds of mistakes concerning logic, science, history, grammar, mathematics, theology and common sense. If we read the quran very carefully, god is considered to be a not very intelligent person with bad manners and low education level who teaches wrong things.


                      Name: Alf Janszoon
                      Date: Friday July 04, 2008
                      Time: 11:22:30 -0700

                      Comment

                      "This is what Maulana Maududi (commentary number 2/83) writes about the Jews" Is this the same man who went to the U.S in the eighties whwn he was diagnosed with cancer? I read about it in Among the Believers by V.S Naipaul.


                      Name: Aaron
                      Date: Friday July 04, 2008
                      Time: 16:18:35 -0700

                      Comment

                      Jesus i love you. Please come back and rid us of your enemy Muhammad. Throw him into the foulest pits of Hellfire along with his rapist mates Ali, Umar, Uthman and Abu Bakr.


                      Name: taz man
                      Date: Friday July 04, 2008
                      Time: 21:10:29 -0700

                      Comment

                      hy dude: u and evry1 like u, in my opinion - is not merly brave and courageous, is a living hero: in CHRIST


                      Name: vbv
                      Date: Saturday July 05, 2008
                      Time: 03:45:20 -0700

                      Comment

                      Non-muslims worse than animals??? Well, facts prove otherwise! Arabians with their barbaric cult are worse than anything you can imagine - let's not insult the animals ,who kill only to relieve their hunger - not given to wanton killing by muslims for inane such as 'honour', infidel-butchery, stoning to death, chopping off limbs, murdering for apostasy/blaspheme,etc. This unprecedented in the Noble Religions of the East ,such as Hinduism,Budhism, Jainism,Taoism ,Shintoism,etc all of which practice tolerance ,compassion to all living beings and encourage non-violence. These creeds have co-existed with each other for centuries and no war was made to propogate them. It was done by reasoning and not by compulsion or threat like Islam. Muslims' behaviour in any society where they are in a majority smack of arrogance ,intolerance, violence against non-muslims on their person and property,wanton destruction of their culture,places of worship and imposing unimaginable difficulties ( calling them 'Dhimmies' and extracting protection money like mafia gangsters) to forcibly convert them to the barbaic cult of islam. Now who is worse than animals- Muslims ,ofcourse. As a matter of fact animals are far more reasonable and noble than the followers of the criminal mafia-like cult of Islam!


                      Name: Peter H
                      Date: Saturday July 05, 2008
                      Time: 23:10:48 -0700

                      Comment

                      Isn't there a verse in the koran which says that Jews and Christians are "filth and cannot be trusted?" --Peter. --john 3:16.


                      Name: Peter
                      Date: Sunday July 06, 2008
                      Time: 12:26:44 -0700

                      Comment

                      The religions of the east include judaism and christianity. Though christianity has most of its followers in the west it was born in the east.


                      Name:
                      Date: Sunday July 06, 2008
                      Time: 15:42:20 -0700

                      Comment

                      The Relationship Between Muslims and Non-Muslims


                      Name:
                      Date: Sunday July 06, 2008
                      Time: 15:44:07 -0700

                      Comment

                      Come on who ever you are Abul Kasim is not a mule, please have some respect for the guy, he is a donkey!!


                      Name: matthew
                      Date: Sunday July 06, 2008
                      Time: 23:03:34 -0700

                      Comment

                      Islam spread because of military conquest in most cases. That cannot be denied. India, north africa, arabia, turkey, syria, persia, were all conquered. If muslims are asked to have good relations with non muslims what does the quran ask muslims to fight and kill non believers till they submit to islam? Your quran is full of contradictions. One sentence says there is no compulsion in religion. The next asks followers to kill non believers till they all convert to islam. Thsi is not the case with jesus message. One statement does not contradict another. No logical consistency in islamic scripture.


                      Name: p.a.
                      Date: Tuesday July 08, 2008
                      Time: 03:31:04 -0700

                      Comment

                      The more I read about extremist Islam, the more I come to the conclusion that Islamists are suffering from group insanity. But there's a Biblical scripture about this: "in the end times, people will call evil good, and good evil..."


                      Name: To P A
                      Date: Tuesday July 08, 2008
                      Time: 05:08:12 -0700

                      Comment

                      Hey P A.................... Have read the entire Quran??? Do you have any sence in understanding it???/ If you cant understand it, please dont comment. You have just been brain washed.. You see only evil in Islam, you cannot understand the truth Can u understan this.... What about the Jennin city and its camp in occupied Palestine? What about the Gaza strip? What about the Egyptian soldiers who were brutally murdered by the Israeli army after they have surrendered in 1976? What about the “Israeli” war on Lebanon several times and the occupation of Lebanon several times. What about the “Israeli” gangs who roamed the Palestinian lands under the watch of the British Empire, these gangs massacred Palestinians in cold blood and caused the refugee problem? What about the French occupation of most of Africa? What about the British occupation of Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Iraq...etc? What about the Italian occupation of Libya and other parts of Africa? What about the Spanish and French occupation of Morocco? What about the British colonization of the whole world and the division they created between the same people of the same nation wherever they went? Look around you p a ?


                      Name: Say not onto Allah,except the truth!
                      Date: Tuesday July 08, 2008
                      Time: 15:08:36 -0700

                      Comment

                      Well Jamie Glazov,I think you misinterpret the verses of the Quran as well as the ahaadiith and you explain them out of context. If Islam is as intolerant as you claim it is,how come our dear prophet Muhammed (SAW) lived peacefully with the jews and polytheists of Medina? For your information, Allah,THE EXALTED and the prohet (SAW) respect non muslims and Allah orders the prophet saying" If anyone amongst the disbelievers seeks refuge with you in times of war,be kind enough to provide him/her asylum and rehearse to them the verses of ALLAH. If they willingy are not convinced by the Quran, then accompany them to a safe place" Quran chapter 9.If the wrong analogies you have drawn were correct,I think ALLAH would order the prophet to slay helpless non muslims, wouldn't HE? So please, fear ALLAH and know that the paultry financial aid you're getting from the WEST to vilify Islam will not help you the day you die and you're returned to ALLAH, the true CREATOR and compassionate SUSTAINER of both muslims and non muslims.


                      Name: Good post "Say not onto Allah,except the truth"
                      Date: Tuesday July 08, 2008
                      Time: 19:53:36 -0700

                      Comment

                      ALLAH has taught us in the Qur'an that all other `religions' and ways of life are unacceptable to Him if a person is aware of Islam. The Qur'an states (translation), [3:85] And whoever desires a religion other than Islam, it shall not be accepted from him, and in the hereafter he shall be one of the losers. However, even though the ALLAH The Creator of the Worlds has clearly specified that no other way of life is acceptable to Him except Islam (i.e. submission to Him as embodied in the Qur'an and Sun’nah), He has also commanded the Muslims to be tolerant of people who espouse other creeds. From the Sunnah, specifically in the study of the Sunnah called Al-Awsat by Al-Tabarani, we find regarding those non-Muslims living in the Islamic state, The Messenger of Allah (saas) said, "One who kills a non-Muslim person under protection will not even smell the fragrance of Paradise." Also from the Sunnah, specifically in a report from Al-Khatib, we find that the Messenger of Allah (saas) also said: Whoever hurts a non-Muslim person under protection, I am his adversary, and I shall be an adversary to him on the Day of Resurrection. In short, Islam is intolerant of false ideas, however it is tolerant of the people who hold to those ideas. One historical example of Muslims living up to the standard of Islam can be found from the time of the Spanish Inquisition. During that disaster sprung by misguided Catholics, some Spanish Jews fled to Muslim Turkey and to this day, there is a community of Spanish-speaking Jews in Turkey. Another example may be found during one of the Crusader invasions from Western Europe. Some of the the Catholic Western European knights were so likely to rape, murder, and pillage the Jews and Orthodox Christians, that when the Muslims won, they were treated as a liberating force by those non-Muslims. [2:136] Say (O Muslims): We believe in Allah and that which is revealed to us and that which was revealed to Abraham, and Ishmael, and Isaac, and Jacob, and the tribes, and that which Moses and Jesus received, and that which the prophets received from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and to Him we have surrendered.


                      Name: Violence against non muslims is justified by quran
                      Date: Thursday July 10, 2008
                      Time: 08:32:31 -0700

                      Comment

                      "Then fight in the cause of Allah, and know that Allah Heareth and knoweth all things." Sura (2:216) - "Fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knoweth, and ye know not." seize them and slay them wherever ye find them; and (in any case) take no friends or helpers from their ranks." Sura (4:95) - "Not equal are those believers who sit (at home) and receive no hurt, and those who strive and fight in the cause of Allah with their goods and their persons. Allah hath granted a grade higher to those who strive and fight with their goods and persons than to those who sit (at home). Unto all (in Faith) Hath Allah promised good: But those who strive and fight Hath He distinguished above those who sit (at home) by a special reward,-" This passage not only criticizes "peaceful" Muslims who do not join in the violence, but also demolishes the modern myth that "Jihad" doesn't mean holy war in the Qur'an, but rather a spiritual struggle. Not only is the Arabic word used in this passage, but it is clearly not referring to anything spiritual, since the physically disabled are given exemption. (The Hadith reveals the context of the passage to be in response to a blind man's protest that he is unable to engage in Jihad). This proves that fightiing by muslims is not just for self defense but as a means to spread islam


                      Name: EVIDENCE THAT MUHAMED THE ISLAMIC PROPHET IS A TERRORIST
                      Date: Thursday July 10, 2008
                      Time: 11:07:42 -0700

                      Comment

                      The following is eveidence that muhamed is a terrorsit Bukhari (52:256) - The Prophet... was asked whether it was permissible to attack the pagan warriors at night with the probability of exposing their women and children to danger. The Prophet replied, "They (i.e. women and children) are from them (i.e. pagans)." In this command, Muhammad establishes that it is permissible to kill non-combatants in the process of killing a perceived enemy. This provides justification for the many Islamic terror bombings. Bukhari (52:220) - Allah's Apostle said... 'I have been made victorious with terror' Muhamed admits he is a terrorsit


                      Name: Arent you bored??
                      Date: Friday July 11, 2008
                      Time: 08:33:09 -0700

                      Comment

                      If this is what the Koran teaches any Christians can you confirm!!!


                      Name: Christian verifies
                      Date: Friday July 11, 2008
                      Time: 14:55:50 -0700

                      Comment

                      You have just confirmed that verses from the quran encourage violence and terror against non muslims.


                      Name: PROOF THAT QURAN ENCOURAGES TERRORISM
                      Date: Friday July 11, 2008
                      Time: 15:03:26 -0700

                      Comment

                      This is evidence that quran encourages terrorism Sura (8:12) - "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them" Sura (9:5) - "So when the sacred months have passed away, then slay the idolaters wherever you find them, and take them captives and besiege them and lie in wait for them in every ambush, then if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, leave their way free to them." Sura (9:14) - "Fight them, Allah will punish them by your hands and bring them to disgrace..." What more proof is required? THe quran says terrorise non muslims till they convert.


                      Name: Jacob
                      Date: Sunday July 13, 2008
                      Time: 08:41:56 -0700

                      Comment

                      ALLAH has taught us in the Qur'an that all other `religions' and ways of life are unacceptable to Him if a person is aware of Islam. The Qur'an states (translation), [3:85] And whoever desires a religion other than Islam, it shall not be accepted from him, and in the hereafter he shall be one of the losers. However, even though the ALLAH The Creator of the Worlds has clearly specified that no other way of life is acceptable to Him except Islam (i.e. submission to Him as embodied in the Qur'an and Sun’nah), He has also commanded the Muslims to be tolerant of people who espouse other creeds. From the Sunnah, specifically in the study of the Sunnah called Al-Awsat by Al-Tabarani, we find regarding those non-Muslims living in the Islamic state, The Messenger of Allah (saas) said, "One who kills a non-Muslim person under protection will not even smell the fragrance of Paradise." Also from the Sunnah, specifically in a report from Al-Khatib, we find that the Messenger of Allah (saas) also said: Whoever hurts a non-Muslim person under protection, I am his adversary, and I shall be an adversary to him on the Day of Resurrection. In short, Islam is intolerant of false ideas, however it is tolerant of the people who hold to those ideas. One historical example of Muslims living up to the standard of Islam can be found from the time of the Spanish Inquisition. During that disaster sprung by misguided Catholics, some Spanish Jews fled to Muslim Turkey and to this day, there is a community of Spanish-speaking Jews in Turkey. Another example may be found during one of the Crusader invasions from Western Europe. Some of the the Catholic Western European knights were so likely to rape, murder, and pillage the Jews and Orthodox Christians, that when the Muslims won, they were treated as a liberating force by those non-Muslims. [2:136] Say (O Muslims): We believe in Allah and that which is revealed to us and that which was revealed to Abraham, and Ishmael, and Isaac, and Jacob, and the tribes, and that which Moses and Jesus received, and that which the prophets received from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and to Him we have surrendered.


                      Name: To jacob
                      Date: Monday July 14, 2008
                      Time: 08:02:02 -0700

                      Comment

                      You have not denied that verses encouraging violence and slaughter of non muslims to convert them to islam exist in the quran. Are such verses acceptable to you? Say yes or no? The violence is not in self defense but clearly for conversion of non muslims to islam? Sura (2:244) - "Then fight in the cause of Allah, and know that Allah Heareth and knoweth all things." Sura (2:216) - "Fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knoweth, and ye know not." Sura (48:29) - "Muhammad is the messenger of Allah. And those with him are hard (ruthless) against the disbelievers and merciful among themselves" Sura (61:4) - "Surely Allah loves those who fight in His way" Sura (9:5) - "So when the sacred months have passed away, then slay the idolaters wherever you find them, and take them captives and besiege them and lie in wait for them in every ambush, then if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, leave their way free to them." Sura (9:14) - "Fight them, Allah will punish them by your hands and bring them to disgrace..." Sura (9:29) - "Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued." The violence is not in self defense but clerly for conversion of non muslims.


                      Name:
                      Date: Friday July 25, 2008
                      Time: 10:43:31 -0700

                      Comment

                      No, Islam does not teach hate, it is those who misinterpret and distort the religion that make it seem as if Islam taught hate. The Prophet, peace be upon him, said "You shall not enter paradise so long as you do not affirm belief; and you will not believe as long as you do not love one another. Should I not direct you to a thing which, if you do, will foster love amongst you: give currency to as-salamu alaykum."Reported by Abu Hurairah: Sahih Muslim How can a religion who's 3rd pillar is to give to the poor, foster hate? Let go of your anger, radical Islam is not Islam, Muslims that try to live the religion well do not by any means support terrorism and they do tolerate other religions. I am not Muslim but your hatred towards this religion is out of proportion, i have lived in Saudi Arabia more than 10 years and i have received nothing but kindness. Lets stop wasting our time criticizing Islam and try and understand the true essence of any religion, to love and prevent hate. =D


                      Name: NAJI BENNAJI
                      Date: Sunday August 10, 2008
                      Time: 18:46:50 -0700

                      Comment

                      We are here today to discuss how Islam views Non-Muslims... "Here I have the best way to start this discussion"... "The Holy Quran" ,Read Surah 17, verses 104 to 110.... Reference Site: http://www.islamicity.com/mosque/QURAN/17.htm Read these verses of "The Holy Quran" provided here ,and then tell me Muslim's are supposed to hate all others outside of Islam! ... This is an Ignorant and uneducated statement!... HERE IT IS FOR YOU:... Surah 17. Isra', The Night Journey, Children Of Israel... 104. And We said thereafter to the Children of Israel, "Dwell securely in the land (of promise)": but when the second of the warnings came to pass, We gathered you together in a mingled crowd...... 105. We sent down the (Qur'an) in Truth, and in Truth has it descended: and We sent thee but to give Glad Tidings and to warn (sinners)...... 106. (It is) a Qur'an which We have divided (into parts from time to time), in order that thou mightest recite it to men at intervals: We have revealed it by stages...... 107. Say: "Whether ye believe in it or not, it is true that those who were given knowledge beforehand, when it is recited to them, fall down on their faces in humble prostration,..... 108. "And they say: 'Glory to our Lord! Truly has the promise of our Lord been fulfilled!'"..... 109. They fall down on their faces in tears, and it increases their (earnest) humility..... 110. Say: "Call upon Allah, or call upon Rahman: by whatever name ye call upon Him, (it is well): for to Him belong the Most Beautiful Names. Neither speak thy Prayer aloud, nor speak it in a low tone, but seek a middle course between." ..... HAHAHA! THIS JEW KNOWS AND READS YOUR "HOLY QURAN"!..... AND KNOWS THE QURAN'S TRUTHS BETTER THAN MOST MUSLIM'S!..... BETTER GO BACK TO YOUR BIBLE SCHOOL AND GET RE-EDUCATED IN QURAN! BEFORE YOU WANT TO CUT OFF EVERYONE ELSES HEADS,AND BLOWING THE OTHERS UP, OR YOU MAY FIND NO VIRGINS FOR YOU IN HELL, RATHER THAN GOING TO LIVE IN HEAVEN WITH ALLAH....... Alhumdullilah...... NAJI BENNAJI, Mecca,SA.

                      Abomoslem Sardare Khorasan

                      --- On Sun, 1/11/09, mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@...> wrote:

                      From: mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@...>
                      Subject: Re: [Change_with_the_light] Best end of 2008
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                      Received: Sunday, January 11, 2009, 11:39 AM

                      Dear All
                      Kindly be informed that the Palestinian problem and what is happening now in Gaza isn't a religious topic it is just related to being humans i think any one of us if he or she is walking in the street and saw a dog or cat bleeding he will feel kindly and try to help that human being regardless his religion what happening in Gaza is against the humanity
                      all people all over the world with there different religions refuse what happening there i have enclosed the pictures from the BBC site shows the feelings of people all over the world towards Gaza war if we thought a moment about the only and just only thing common between all those people we will find it simply that all of them are humans live on the same land with different (sex,shape,religion s,customs, .......) but only common in being humans

                       --- On Sat, 1/10/09, Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@ yahoo.ca> wrote:
                      From: Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@ yahoo.ca>
                      Subject: Re: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
                      To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
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                      Date: Saturday, January 10, 2009, 6:22 AM

                      Hi everyone.
                      I attached a Word file which contains bloody Arabs'hostory which is written by Arabs so you may learn something  about Arabs' bloody prophet and their bloody fabricated Allah by reading it.
                       Hope the world get rid of those bloody creature

                      Abomoslem Sardare Khorasan

                      --- On Wed, 1/7/09, Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@ yahoo.ca> wrote:
                      From: Abomoslem Sardare khorasan <nancy_hat3000@ yahoo.ca>
                      Subject: Re: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
                      To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
                      Received: Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 2:20 PM



                      Let  the bloody arabs go to hell

                      --- On Thu, 1/1/09, mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com> wrote:
                      From: mohamed radwan <ozo_smily@yahoo. com>
                      Subject: [Change_with_ the_light] Best end of 2008
                      To: Change_with_ the_light@ yahoogroups. com
                      Received: Thursday, January 1, 2009, 2:14 AM

                      I found that no word can describe what i want to say or what i feel just pictures can describe how much Palestinian people suffer under Israel tyrant


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                      صور المجزرة الإسرائيلية


                       

                       
                      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The body of Tawfeq Jaber (C) the general police chief in Gaza, who loyal to Hamas, lies among other bodies of Palestinians laid out on the ground outside Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                       
                         
                       
                      GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP - DECEMBER 27: (EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT) The Body of Tawfeq Jaber, the general police chief in Gaza, who was loyal to Hamas, is wheeled into Shifa hospital on December 27, 2008 in Gaza City, Gaza. Israel's air force fired about 30 missiles at targets along the Gaza Strip on Saturday, destroying several Hamas police compounds, killing more than 200 people and wounding hundreds. From Getty Images.
                      An explosion is seen following an Israeli missile strike in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of air strikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by SEBASTIAN SCHEINER. 
                       
                      Palestinians inspect the rubble of a building used by the security forces of Hamas following an Israeli missile strike in Gaza City, Saturday, Dec. 27, 2008. Israeli warplanes retaliating for rocket fire from the Gaza Strip pounded dozens of security compounds across the Hamas-ruled territory in unprecedented waves of airstrikes Saturday, killing more than 200 people and wounding nearly 400 in the single bloodiest day of fighting in years. From AP Photo by HATEM MOUSSA.
                       
                      Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                       
                      Bodies of Hamas policemen lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                       
                      Palestinians carry a wounded Hamas policeman as others lie on the ground of their destroyed police compound following an Israeli air strike in Gaza December 27, 2008. Israeli air strikes in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on Saturday killed at least 195 Palestinians, health officials in Gaza said. From Reuters Pictures by REUTERS.
                       
                       
                       
                      A Palestinian man mourns over bodies removed from the sites of Israeli air strikes in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. At least 155 Palestinians were killed across the Gaza Strip today in massive Israeli air strikes on the Hamas-run enclave, Hamas radio reported. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images. 
                       
                       
                      A wounded Palestinian policeman gestures while lying on the ground as other men look for survivors outside the Hamas police headquarters following an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on December 27, 2008. Israel launched a massive wave of air strikes on Hamas targets in Gaza today, killing at least 140 Palestinians after warning of a fiery riposte to ongoing rocket fire, officials said. Israeli military spokesman Avi Benayahu told army radio the massive bombardment of Gaza was only just beginning. From Getty Images by AFP/Getty Images.
                       
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