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By Iyad Samareen
Edited By Rob Gibran
July 9, 2005
The name of the Islamic group responsible for the latest bombings in London is of no consequence, as long as there is an Islamist group to be blamed. Since the September 11 attacks, a new U.S.-era has begun. An era based on tyranny and arrogance over the world and its peoples. An era bent on the destruction of all morals and principles; values that the Americans have long proclaimed to hold.
The concept of a “war on terrorism,” presented to the world by President George Bush, now conceals another aspiration quite different from fighting so-called terrorism -- this while the United States has become the primary purveyor of such terrorism.
Some might wonder: Why did the
We live in a world that is controlled by
a small group of “Zionized” American right-wing fanatics. This group is totally
influenced by mythical Judaic concepts, which prompted it to declare war on
Islam under new banners, such as terrorism. It is equally funny and tragic
We are the first to declare that we stand
against attacks such as those in London. We realize that these attacks deform the image
of true Islam, and that the tunnels of the London Metro are not a proper battleground
for “Jihad” [holy war]. But our question is: Why did the whole world rise
up against these attacks, and yet remains silent to American and British terrorism
There is a rush to accuse Arabs and Muslims of terrorism. This is due to the spiteful ideological Zionist hatred of Muslims, which is rooted in the Western political subconscious.
This idea of a “war on terrorism” hatched by White House neo-conservatives, has taken numerous forms and dimensions. It starts with the premise that terrorism is a danger to the whole world, one that doesn’t discriminate between American and European targets. In this way, it transcends the traditional conception of “terrorism” held in most countries, and makes them more susceptible to manipulation. This has provided Washington with new leverage to apply to other nations -- including European ones -- as it wishes.