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"Evangelism" the Muslim way: "Islam will defeat all other religions and it will be disseminated, by Allah's will, through the Muslim Jihad fighters." [Islamic Education for Seventh Grade p. 125"]

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From: "Evn Perach" <>
Newsgroups: soc.culture.israel
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2001 5:08 AM
Subject: One (murdered) Israeli, One Minaret (Two for a Settler)

We are hearing the rhetoric over and over, "easing of restrictions on Palestinian residents who are not involved in terror". How do you decide which Arab will not in future, even a few minutes from now, be involved in terror? There are scores of examples of Arabs just getting it into their heads to murder Israelis in general, their bosses, taxidrivers, etc. Take for example the busdriver who drove into Israelis at a bus stop killing 8, after working for Egged for 5 years without any incident. In 1991 I personally arrived at a scene in Hertzel Blvd in Jerusalem where the fire brigade was washing the blood of 4 women off the street. They were all staff members of the Hadassa Hospital stabbed to death by a colleague, an Arab male paramedic. (Well taught to find the heart!)

WHY? I'm convinced it's mainly from Islamic indoctrination. It must be remembered that Islam is inherently based on the sword. The Arabs have a double dose of this disposition, first from Abraham's blessing on Ishmael, Genesis 16:12 "He will be a wild donkey of a man; his hand will be against everyone and everyone's hand against him, and he will live in hostility toward all his brothers." Secondly from it being inherent to Islam. Arafat and his co-terrorists in the PA are first of all Muslims and secondly Arabs. I heard just yesterday on the radio that a senior Rabbi (Lau) had appealed to Islamic leaders world-wide to stop preaching violence - that way he said there won't be candidates for suicide bombings. The solution therefore is to start targeting the communication system from which Islam is proclaimed over the land of the Jews and incitement is preached to kill Jews. Blow up a MINARET for each Jew killed and 2 for a Settler (Accidentally of course). The IDF can also "accidentally" hit them when they return fire - like in Beit Jala where the Muslims shoot from Christian buildings. These "accidents" will hopefully soon lead to fewer closures and suffering to Arabs who want to do what they're in Israel for and not living in Arab countries, namely to make a living.

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----- Original Message -----
From: Philip Blom
To: zionsake-at-holyland-inc
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 10:03 AM
Subject: Overindulging during the month of Ramadan

Two friends of mine who can be regarded as mature Christians, observed while they were working at the Garden Tomb in east Jerusalem, that Moslems become much more dangerous during the month of Ramadan. This they ascribe to the stirring up of spirit activity and of over indulgence. All discipline, they said, ended when the daylight ended, literally making room for darkness.

The news item below proves the point. Everything but a "holy" month.
JORDAN TIMES 28 Nov.'00: " Health Ministry urges those fasting to beware of overindulging during Ramadan" By Dina Al Wakeel

 AMMAN - The Ministry of Health has launched an awareness campaign to promote healthy eating habits during the Holy Month of Ramadan, a  ministry official said on Monday.

 The campaign, according to the chief officer of the ministry's education  department Muna Hamzeh, seeks to provide the public with information on  balanced diets, and at the same time to help them kick the smoking habit.

 "People tend to overindulge when they end their fasting, leading to indigestion," she said....  Hamzeh added that smokers should make use of Ramadan, during which  Muslims worldwide refrain from eating, drinking and smoking from dawn to  sunset, to quit smoking. The campaign also aims at helping diabetics to regulate their meals and choose what is appropriate for their diet. It is an annual campaign that is applied every Ramadan, Hamzeh said.
No Islam, no Muslim extremists, no terror

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To: zionsake-at-holyland-inc
Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 11:54 PM
Subject: Ramadan spells more security woes for Israel

The Palestinians have demanded that Israel  lift by the start of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan today its blockade of Palestinian areas imposed in the wake of recent terror attacks. Israel wanted the violence to stop first, but permitted a temporary break from the closure and allowed more goods and supplies into PA zones as a gesture to mark the start of Ramadan. Israeli authorities also are wrestling with whether to lift the ban on men under 45 attending Muslim Friday prayers on the Temple Mount during Ramadan.

The Muslim feast month, however, presents a whole new security concern for Israel. Palestinian analysts have warned that religious fury during Ramadan, which began on Monday morning, could intensify the Palestinian uprising. They said that according to Islam, a Muslim who dies in battle with the enemy during Ramadan gets even more heavenly rewards than at other times.

PA sources began threatening violence if the number of Muslim males allowed on the Temple Mount during the month of Ramadan is not increased. The PA says clashes are likely to break out at IDF checkpoints in and around Jerusalem if any limitations are enacted.

Arafat's Fatah movement also called in a statement for Palestinians to step up what it called the "popular protest" during Ramadan. And so-called "moderates" Egypt and Jordan took the unusual step of using the Muslim holiday to call for the "liberation" of the Al Aqsa mosque - the flashpoint originally used by Arafat to fuel the current uprising. ICEJ NEWS NOVEMBER 27, 2000

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Evn Perach" <>
Newsgroups: soc.culture.jewish
Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 1:55 AM
Subject: All sorts of spirits stirred up during Ramadan

Due to Israeli democratic and humanistic thinking - especially from its secular members of government, special goodwill is extended to the Moslems during the so-called holy? month of Ramadan. In their ignorance of the spiritual world, however, they don't realize that all the fasting and praying during the month stir up the spirits involved with Islam. Scholars of Islam say that one of about 64 gods that were worshiped in Medina declared himself as the only allah, but the others are still very much around! Why wouldn't they be? The crescent on the Islamic flags is, for instance, representative of the moon goddess of Roman Mythology.  This name is found in Ezekiel 8:14 in "...women weeping for Tammuz. This "weeping" was no little matter to the God of Israel because Tammuz is an abomination. (Don't think this Tammuz hasn't also crept into Judaism and Christianity!).

Since Islam is a religion of the sword, many of the spirits (gods) involved with it lust after blood. To think, therefore, that the intifada might be less violent during the, said to be "holy" month of Ramadan, simply betrays a lack of knowledge of the nature of Islam.
Tel Aviv
1 Chron 13:26 For all the gods of the nations are idols (demons - Living Bible), but the LORD (God of Israel) made the heavens.

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Evn Perach" <>
Newsgroups: soc.culture.jewish
Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2001 10:16 AM
Subject: What Josef Lapid said about Islam

What Josef (Tommie) Lapid of Shinui said about Islam in Jerusalem Post of June 1, 2001.
Fanatical Islam provides the Palestinians with political, financial, organizational and religious support. Militant Islam today brings bloodshed wherever it is: In Chechnya and Bosnia, Indonesia and Afghanistan, Macedonia and the Philippines,  Algeria and Kashmir, the Ayatollahs and Mullahs see Israel's defeat  not only as a realization of the Palestinian dream but as a commandment from Allah. And as if that weren't enough, Iran and Iraq are busily building non-conventional weapons with the aim of destroying Israel.
Islam stole the beauty of women and the blessing of wine from its followers

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JORDAN TIMES 21 Oct.'01:"Discrimination against women in Arab world is legally sanctioned, agree experts" By Rana Husseini

QUOTES FROM TEXT: " `My husband always beats me up and I think it is normal,
because if he did not beat me up he is not a real man.' "

" `Many Arab scientists describe our communities as `societies of obedience,' and women would usually be expected to be the most obedient to their husbands or families.' "

" more dangerous ... is the ambiguous clauses offering leniency to individuals who kill their female kin to be in `suspicious circumstances'."

"Another dangerous law ... was a `flexible clause on "scandalous conduct" which is punishable by 40 lashes. This is an elastic clause and is applied mainly to women who wear make-up, pants and shirts and who act in an "indecent manner" which is not speciified in the law,' "
AMMAN - "My husband always beats me up and I think it is normal, because if he did not beat me up he is not a real man."

Such is what one woman told him during an interview, said Hilmi Sari, sociology professor at the University of Jordan for the past 18 years, to an audience of Arab legal experts on Saturday.

"Women are always taught to be weaker and of lesser value and capability than their male counterparts. As a result, many women are unaware of their legal rights," he said.

"Many Arab scientists describe our communities as `societies of obedience,' and women usually would be expected to be the most obedient to their husbands or families," Professor Sari added.

Sari was presenting a paper on the "Social and Legal Concept of Violence" to legal experts from 10 Arab countries, including Jordan, who are meeting here for a three-day workshop to examine legislation regarding battered women in this region.

Sari said that the solution starts with improving Arab families' financial well-being.

"The key answer to women's ignorance of their legal rights is to amend discriminatory laws and introduce legal awareness courses in universities," he said.

Other Arab legal experts from Sudan, Syria and Yemen, who spoke during the morning session, found similarities in their respective countries' legislation that were discriminatory towards women.

"Our laws reduce or exempt punishment against men who kill their wives or female relatives in the name of family honour, and this encourages [men] to commit some form of violence against women," said attorney Hanan Nijmeh from Syria.

But what is more dangerous, according to Nijmeh, is the ambiguous clauses offering leniency to individuals who kill their female kin found to be in `suspicious situations.'

"It was proven that most of these women were innocent [of whatever suspicions] and their killers, who escaped with light sentences ranging from six months to two years, had hidden intentions that were never introduced in courts, such as an inheritance or other financial matters," she said.

Yemen University professor Khadijeh Haysmi said women are deprived from many decision making posts, but the most harmful discrimination towards women in Yemen is their inability to enrol in the judicial institute to become judges.

Sudani women, however, seem to face the biggest share of discrimination in comparison to other Arab countries, although Sudan's constitution stipulates that all are equal, according to attorney Nazik Mahjoub.

"The Penal Code turns a blind eye to the inhuman practice of female circumcision in Sudan. In addition, women are not allowed to leave the country unless they provide written consent from their husbands and a marriage certificate," she told the gathering.

Another dangerous law which targets mainly women, according to Mahjoub, was a "flexible clause on `scandalous conduct' which is punishable by 40 lashes."

"This is an elastic clause and is applied mainly to women who wear make-up, pants and shirts or who act in an `indecent manner,' which is not specified in the law," she told an audibly startled audience.

In addition to the legal violence against women in Arab legislation, the participants agreed that the second problem Arab women face in their plight to fight domestic violence through tougher legislation, is poor implementation of the laws by the judiciary branch in the respective countries.

"Jordan has one of the most excellent and modern laws protecting women, but the malfunction is in the implementation of these laws [in the courts]," said University of Jordan law professor Mohammad Nijm.

The event, organised by the Sisterhood is Global Institute (SIGI) and the Arab Resource Centre on Violence Against Women, was financially supported by the Heinrich Boell Foundation's Middle East office.

SIGI coordinator Asma Khader said in her opening remarks that "it is not enough to come up with comprehensive laws that guarantee equality and protection for women, but what is important is for women to know these laws and to understand them well."
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